Of the 1,035 people injured in the 7.0 magnitude quake, 137 remained hospitalised on Wednesday, Turkey’s Disaster and Emergency Management Presidency said
France to ban Grey Wolves: Why Macron regime is targeting Turkish group, potential impact on relations with Ankara
France's decision to ban the far-right Turkish group comes after a memorial to the Armenian genocide near Lyon was defaced with pro-Turkish slogans
Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s positioning as the first responder to protect the Muslim at large is first and foremost about geo-politics and the Turkish State’s interests
Freedom of speech's biggest enemy is government overreach, but there aren't that many countries outside the Muslim world that would behead you for drawing a cartoon
Recep Tayyip Erdogan vows legal, diplomatic action against Charlie Hebdo's 'disgusting' caricature of him
Turkish officials on Wednesday railed against the French satirical magazine, accusing it of sowing 'seeds of hatred and animosity'
The Turkish president, meanwhile, said he has not seen the controversial cartoon even as his office criticised the magazine on Twitter
Besides the ‘all weather friendship’ of China with Pakistan, Turkey has emerged as the only country that brazenly supports Pakistan at all multilateral forums.
'Everyone wants a flag': Turkey support lifts spirits in Aizerbaijan as Ankara reaffirms backing of Baku
Azerbaijani president Ilham Aliyev has repeatedly thanked Turkey for support analysts have described as a 'game-changer' in the current conflict
The fighting between Azerbaijani and Armenian forces began 27 September and left hundreds of people dead in the biggest escalation of the decades-old conflict over Nagorno-Karabakh
Clashes between Armenia and Azerbaijan over disputed Nagorno-Karabakh region continue; toll rises to 95
Tensions between the countries have been growing for months over the Nagorno-Karabakh region, an enclave which has been run by ethnic Armenians since it declared independence in 1991
India slams Turkey president Recep Tayyip Erdogan's remarks on Kashmir at UNGA, calls it 'gross interference'
On day two of the General Assembly, Erdogan dubbed the Kashmir conflict 'key to the stability and peace of South Asia', calling it a 'burning issue'
Today’s Turkey is a far cry from the mighty Ottoman Empire, and its wannabe caliph is a deluded man adding to himself an imaginary flowing beard and nothing more.
Serkan Golge was held in a general prison in southern Turkey, alongside high-ranking military officers, judges and prosecutors, some of whom said they were held without any evidence
Recep Tayyip Erdogan revives talk of turning Hagia Sophia into a mosque again, to international dismay
Hagia Sophia, one of the oldest and architecturally one of the most impressive cathedrals in the world, commands pride of place on the historical peninsula
Resurrection: Ertuğrul, currently on Netflix, far exceeds its reputation as a ‘Turkish Game of Thrones'
Resurrection: Ertuğrul glorifies valour and bravery, but also warmth and tenderness.
US military accuses Russia of sending warplanes to Libya in support of anti-govt mercenaries; Kremlin denies claim
The deployment of the fighter jets appeared to confirm Russia's deepening role in the sprawling proxy war, where its Libyan ally, commander Khalifa Hifter, suffered a series of major losses last week that dealt a heavy blow to his campaign
Turkey's president Recep Tayyip Erdogan said Saturday that his country's borders with Europe were open, as thousands of refugees gathered at the frontier with Greece
29 Turkish soldiers killed in airstrike by Syrian forces in Idlib; offence marks escalation in direct conflict between both countries
An airstrike by Syrian government forces killed 29 Turkish soldiers in northeast Syria, a Turkish official said Friday, marking the largest death toll for Turkey in a single day since it first intervened in Syria in 2016.
6.8 magnitude earthquake rocks two provinces in eastern Turkey leaving 18 dead, over 500 injured; 30 buildings reduced to rubble, says environment minister
A 6.8-magnitude earthquake rocked a sparsely-populated part of eastern Turkey on Friday, killing at least 18 people, injuring more than 500 and leaving some 30 trapped in the wreckage of toppled buildings, Turkish officials said