State Of The Union
Good Morning Europe
The Global Conversation
Top News Stories Today
Hacker Hunter Next Level
Women Beyond Borders
Farm To Fork
Green In The City
Low Impact Living
Cry Like A Boy
Meet The Locals
Melting Pot Culture
Depth Of Field
Here We Grow: Spain
The New Uzbekistan
Digital Garden City Nation
Under The Hood
More about this topic
Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Putin looks to score economic deal with Turkey in meeting with Erdogan
More about this topic
Fidgety Putin kept waiting for Erdogan ahead of talks
Russian President Vladimir Putin was left waiting and fidgeting for 50 seconds by Turkish counterpart Tayyip Erdogan ahead of talks in Tehran on Tuesday.
What was discussed at the Russia-Turkey-Iran summit?
Iran's Supreme Leader endorsed the Ukraine war at the trilateral summit between Russia, Iran and Turkey, while Ankara sought support for its own goals.
Putin to visit Tehran amid Iranian drone purchase allegations
Kremlin spokesman Dmitry Peskov said on Tuesday that the Russian president will meet with his Iranian and Turkish counterparts to partake in Syria peace talks.
Finland hasn't received deportation lists from Turkey, says minister
Finland's foreign affairs minister told Euronews he had low expectations for a breakthrough on possible NATO membership upon his arrival at the summit.
Turkey is now Türkiye: What other countries have changed their name?
Throughout history, many countries have chosen to re-baptise themselves, but not every new name has stuck.
Saudi crown prince visits Turkey for first time since Khashoggi murder
Talks between Mohammed bin Salman and President Erdogan are aimed at normalising ties between Ankara and Riyadh, which were strained after the journalist's killing.
state of the union
Europe's week: Hungary and Turkey block Western efforts against Russia
Analysis from Euronews' Brussels bureau on the key issues dominating the agenda in the Belgian capital this week.
Ukraine war: Why Turkey's Erdogan wants to be the main peacemaker
Ankara is in an awkward position: it is a NATO member but has deep economic and military ties with Moscow.
Erdogan meets Crown Prince as Turkey and Saudi Arabia try to mend ties
The Turkish president's visit to the Gulf Arab state represents a major reset of relations between two regional heavyweights following the Saudi columnist's killing in Istanbul in 2018.
Turkey jails nephew of cleric Fethullah Gülen on terrorism charges
Selahaddin Gülen was imprisoned on Tuesday for "belonging to a terrorist organisation."
Turkish opposition parties vow return to parliamentary democracy
Turkey's opposition blames the economic downturn and an erosion of rights and freedoms on Erdoğan’s presidential system they say has imposed a "one-man rule".
Turkey opposition leaders debate how to end Erdogan's 'one man rule'
The opposition wants to find a way to reform the 2017 executive presidential system, which greatly expanded Erdogan's powers at the expense of the PM and parliament.
Former Olympic swimmer wanted for Erdogan's COVID infection 'insult'
The Turkish President announced on Saturday that he and his wife were suffering from "mild" COVID-19 symptoms.
Turkey's Erdogan tests positive for COVID, has 'mild symptoms'
Erdogan said on Saturday that he and his spouse tested positive for COVID-19, but that both have mild symptoms "due to the Omicron variant".
Turkey's inflation surges to highest level since 2002 at nearly 50%
Turkey has suffered from persistently high inflation for years, experiencing two currency crises since 2018.
Erdogan says TV must reflect family values after Masked Singer outcry
President Erdogan says Turkish culture and children must be protected from unspecified messages and symbols.
President Erdogan issues order to media to "protect Turkish values"
A circular from Erdogan published in the Official Gazetter states that all precautions would be taken against productions that negatively affect the family, children and youth.
Turkish pop star targeted by Islamist group for 'offensive' lyrics
Sezen Aksu is a popular singer but has attracted the ire of religious groups and the Turkish government because of her provocative lyrics.
Four on trial over poster at Swiss rally saying 'Kill Erdogan'
Erdogan referred to the poster in 2017 while campaigning for constitutional changes to grant him sweeping new powers.
How Turkey's alcohol and cigarette tax is devastating cultural life
All alcohol and tobacco products in Turkey became up to 30 per cent more expensive overnight on January 1. How is this drastic increase is discouraging people from dining and drinking out?
Why is Turkey trying to change its name to 'Türkiye'?
A genuine cultural shift or just flogging a dead bird? What's happening to the spelling of Turkey?
'Shopping like crazy': Inflated lira sees neighbours flock to Turkey
As lira hits an all-time low against the euro in late December, shoppers from Turkey and Greece arrive in Turkey in droves to capitalise on it.
Turkey's Erdogan announces moves to encourage lira savings
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Monday announced a series of measures to encourage lira-denominated savings, easing the pressure on the beleaguered Turkish currency.
Thousands in poverty protest in Turkey as lira hits record lows
Turkey's net monthly minimum wage of 2,825 lira amounted to €337 in January 2021. Last Wednesday it was the equivalent of €197.
Turkey's Erdogan says social media a 'threat to democracy'
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan described social media on Saturday as one of the main threats to democracy.
Turkish court extends activist's detention despite pressure
Kavala, 64, is accused of funding nationwide anti-government protests in 2013 and helping orchestrate a coup attempt three years later.