Turkey's biggest cities have rejected the presidential referendum, and people in Izmir, Ankara and Istanbul appear dubious about the result or what it means for Turkey.
Crowds in Istanbul took to the streets against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the result of Sunday's constitutional referendum.
The prime minister vowed a strong reprisal to what he called the 'unacceptable treatment' of Turkish ministers who were prevented from speaking in the Netherlands.
Turkish media say the helicopter was carrying senior business executives
Turkey’s pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) has launched a campaign to urge people to vote ‘no’ in an upcoming referendum on changing the constitution.
Officials say municipal ferry services have been affected, as well as flights at Sabiha Gokcen Airport.There was also poor visibility at Ataturk Airport but flights were not affected.
In the biggest round-up in Turkey's efforts to thwart ISIL, close to 450 people are detained nationwide in an overnight operation.
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Media reports in Turkey say an Uzbek gunman who is said to have killed 39 people in a nightclub in Istanbul at New Year has told police he changed his target at the last moment.
The main suspect in the New Year attack on an Istanbul nightclub has been arrested.
In Ankara, hundreds protest proposed changes to the Turkish constitution, which would expand the president's powers.
Turkish police say they are closing in on the man alleged to have killed 39 people in an attack on an Istanbul nightclub on New Year's Day.
In Turkey, lifestyle differences are being touted as a motivation for Saturday's massacre in a nightclub in Istanbul.
Turkish police arrest 27 in overnight swoops in Izmir as hunt for Reina nightclub killer continues.
As police in Turkey extend their manhunt for the gunman who attacked a nightclub, details have emerged about some of the 39 people killed that night.
Turkish police continue their hunt for the killer of 39 people in a New Year's ISIL nightclub attack in Istanbul and state of emergency to be extended.
ISIL says the attack was an "act of revenge" for Turkish involvement in Syria. Ankara arrests eight, says it is close to finding the alleged attacker.
The Istanbul New Year's nightclub shooting is yet another major blow to Turkey's tourism sector with tourist revenue down by around a third from 2015.
People have also been laying flowers outside the nightclub, which has been covered over with curtains.
Some survivors of the Istanbul nightclub shooting rampage say they were lucky to escape
Revellers at the Reina club, one of Istanbul’s best known nightspots, had no idea of the horror that was to follow as they counted down to 2017.
A statement about the attack, which killed 39 people, appeared on a social media site used in the past by ISIL to claim attacks
A massive security operation is underway in Turkey as police hunt for the gunman who opened fire on New Year revellers in an Istanbul nightclub.