Turkey’s president has accused followers of US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen of being involved in the latest bombings to hit the country.
Nearly a dozen people have been killed and more than 200 wounded in Turkey following multiple blasts in the south east of the country.
Turkish prosecutors are seeking five-year jail sentences for the head of the People’s Democratic Party (HDP), Selahattin Demirtas and another pro-Kurdish MP Sirri Sureyya…
Bomb blasts in two cities in southeast Turkey killed nine people and wounded 38 on Wednesday. Security sources are blaming the Kurdistan Workers Party known as the PKK.
Turkish security sources said three soldiers have been killed and ten others wounded in the country’s southeastern Uludere district, reports Reuters news agency.
For the first time since last Friday's failed coup, state media says Turkish warplanes have carried out air strikes against the PKK in northern Iraq.
The outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party or PKK has said it carried out Thursday’s car bombing in the Turkish city of Diyarbakir that killed seven police
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
Turkey has partially lifted a strict curfew that has been in force in the southeastern city of Cizre for the past two and a half months
France calls on Turkey to halt assaults on Kurdish militia Saudi Arabia prepared to participate in Syrian ground offensive Obama and Putin agree