There were ugly scenes in Ankara on Monday on the anniversary of a suicide bombing that left more than 100 people dead.
Turkey may have to build new courthouses to cope with the thousands of prosecutions over July’s failed coup, the country’s Justice minister has said.
An Israeli official said an attacker who tried to storm the Israel embassy in the Turkish capital has been captured.
The moment when the Turkish parliament was hit by the first of several bombs during Friday’s nights abortive coup attempt was captured by one MP on his mobile…
Emotions continue to run high in Turkey after Friday’s failed coup, not least for the prime minister.
In Turkey, up to 8000 police officers have been removed from their posts on suspicion of being linked to Friday’s failed coup.
Turkey's failed coup attempt is likely to further undermine the country's tourism industry, already hit by repeated suicide bombings over the past year.
Seven Turkish soldiers and one civilian who fled to Greece in an army helicopter following the failed military coup have been accused of entering the country…
President calls for Turks to stay on streets until Friday Number arrested in army and judiciary hits 6,000 France calls for Turkey act according to rule of law Turks continue to fill the streets of
Turkish politician Ayşe Sula Köseoğlu was broadcasting live on Periscope the moment an explosion rocked the Grand National Assembly of Turkey (TBMM) in Ankara in the early hours of July…
Police clashed with protesters outside Turkey’s parliament on Tuesday, amid outrage at a call for the secular country to adopt a religious
Iran has come in for criticism from leaders of more than 50 Muslim nations at a summit in Istanbul
A Kurdish militant group has claimed responsibility for Sunday’s (March 13) Ankara car bombing. The Kurdistan Freedom Hawks (TAK) say the attack
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has visited some of those injured in Sunday night’s deadly bomb attack in Ankara. Thirty seven people were
Everyday life resumed on Monday close to the scene of Ankara’s latest bombing. But understandably there is fear on the streets of the Turkish
Turkey has been quick to target Kurdish rebels in the southeast of the country and in Iraq, in the wake of Sunday’s deadly car bomb in Ankara that
As Ankara’s hospitals struggled to cope with the casualties, the walking wounded began telling reporters what they had seen. One witness had been
A car bomb has caused carnage in the centre of the Turkish capital Ankara. The authorities now say at least 37 people have died and some 75 have been
*NB An updated version of this story taking account of Monday’s events is available here.* A large explosion – thought to have been caused by a car
As the funerals for the 28 soldiers who died in Wednesday’s suicide bomb attack in Ankara take place, Turkey is on the offensive. The Turkish
There is widespread agreement across the Turkish press that the Ankara bombing was a direct attack on the country and that so-called "foreign powers" are to blame.
Turkey’s Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu has accused the Syrian-based Kurdish YPG militia of being behind Wednesday’s deadly bombing in Ankara
As its military appears to be the target of two attacks in as many days, Turkey arrests nine people in connection with the Ankara bombing.
A bomb attack in the heart of the Turkish capital Ankara – apparently targeting the country’s military – killed at least 28 people and injured more
The explosion which targeted an army convoy was witnessed by an Ankara resident. Noury had only seconds before driven past the scene of the blast and
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan reacted immediately to the bombing, issuing an “official statement condemning the
A bomb attack in the heart of the Turkish capital Ankara – apparently targeting the country’s military – has killed nearly 30 people and injured more