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Turkey is 'more assertive' on the world stage but also 'more isolated'
Turkey has become militarily involved in Libya, Syria and Iraq and drawn the ire of the EU by ramping up patrols in the eastern Mediterranean
Turkish law tightening rules on social media comes into effect
Critics say the restrictions are a part of a government crackdown on freedom of expression.
Families of Greek refugees who fled Turkey in 1922 tell their stories
The descendants of Greek refugees who fled Turkey nearly a century ago tell Euronews their stories
Why Erdogan won't start a war with Greece over Mediterranean drilling
Ankara is currently facing off against Greece over oil and gas drilling rights in the eastern Mediterranean.
Greece to extend territorial waters amid drilling row with Turkey
The two NATO allies have come to blows over energy resources in the disputed Mediterranean Sea and are both set to carry out rival navy drills.
Severe flash floods in northern Turkey kills seven people
A massive search and rescue operation is underway in Turkey's Black sea region after flooding washed away roads and buildings.
Turkey is converting another former Byzantine church into a mosque
As with the Hagia Sophia, the decision is seen as being geared to consolidate the conservative and religious support base of Erdogan's ruling party at a time when his popularity is under strain.
Hagia Sophia opens for first Muslim prayers in 86 years
The former Byzantine cathedral, which was until this month a museum and Istanbul's top tourist attraction, will open for the first time in 86 years for Friday prayers.
Netflix 'told to drop gay character' to get Turkey's green light
The series' creator, screenwriter Ece Yorenc, said the streaming giant cancelled the drama on the eve of filming after the government blocked the project.
Turkey's decision to remove Hagia Sophia's universal status is a new provocation of Europe ǀ View
The controversial decision to strip the Hagia Sophia of its status as a symbol of interfaith and intercultural co-operation is yet another hammer blow to EU-Turkish relations.
Stripped, jailed, exiled: Turkish soldier shares story of 2016 'coup'
An exiled Turkish soldier tells us what happened to him 4 years ago, during an attempted military coup in Turkey.
Hagia Sophia: Church body appeals for mosque decision to be reversed
The head of the World Council of Churches has appealed to the Turkish president to reversed the decision to turn the former Orthodox Christian cathedral from a museum into a mosque.
Turkey converts Istanbul’s Hagia Sophia museum back into a mosque
The move sparked celebrations outside Hagia Sophia but dismay among Orthodox Christians.
Court to rule if Istanbul's Hagia Sophia should be a mosque again
Regular religious services have not been held there since 1934 when modern Turkey's founding president Mustafa Kemal Atatürk signed an order converting the building into a museum. But a legal challenge claims the signature was forged.
President Erdoğan vows to curb social media in Turkey
Alleged insults were directed to his daughter and son-in-law when they announced the birth of their fourth child on Twitter.
Five stories you may have missed because of the coronavirus pandemic
The news may be saturated by COVID-19 and new areas of society it is affecting, but other news is still out there.
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Erdogan demands EU chiefs in Brussels support Turkey 'without delay'
The migrant crisis on Europe's doorstep is no closer to resolution. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has met with the EU's top officials to demand more support for his country 'without any further delay'. EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the meeting had been 'constructive'.
The Brief: Erdogan's ultimatum, coronavirus concerns and migration
Monday marks 100 days of Ursual von der Leyen's team in office, and while they set clear goals in terms of climate, digital and gender, events regarding migration, COVID-19 and foreign policy have overtaken the European Commission.
EU and Turkey agree to review 2016 migration deal
In 2016, Turkey was promised up to 6 billion euros in aid for the more than 3.5 million Syrian refugees it hosts, as well as fast-tracked EU membership. Now, the EU and Turkey will review the deal.
Erdogan to visit Brussels amid Turkey standoff with EU over migrants
President Erdogan will visit Brussels on Monday for a one-day trip, his office said, amid a row between Turkey and the EU over migrants and refugees.
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Security expert believes Erdogan may have 'overplayed hand' over Syria
An international security expert believes Turkish President Erdogan may have overplayed his hand in the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Turkey calls for EU help as bloc scrambles for Greek border solutions
Turkey has called for more help with migrants after 'opening the door' and causing increased movement on the Greek border. Meanwhile, NGOs slam the EU for what they see as a lack of humanitarian response.
Turkey warns Russia to 'get out of our way' in northern Syria
The warning came after 33 Turkish soldiers were killed by airstrikes in northern Idlib province on Thursday. Turkey has blamed Russia.
Turkey and Russia on a collision course in Idlib
Turkey says it will not back down in a stand-off with Russia over the northern Syrian region of Idlib.
A EU-Turkey trade pact is a better solution to deal with the Syrian refugee crisis than aid ǀ View
The EU could pursue a track focused on mutual economic benefits, creating attractive trade incentive programs in exchange for Turkey continuing its difficult task. Direct aid is helpful, but perhaps the most sustainable and realistic approach is for Europe to set a new higher mutual trade volume.
Erdogan warns Syrian regime against further attacks
The Kremlin hit back at Ankara, accusing it of disregarding its commitment under the agreement to stabilise the region.