Germany on Friday rejected demands to halt Turkey’s bid to join the European Union, even as some EU states said Ankara’s membership dream was dead after Turks voted to grant President Recep Tayyip Erd
Coastguards say all 78 personnel on board the "Liman" have been evacuated to safety.The Russian naval intelligence ship sank off Turkey's Black Sea coast after colliding with a freighter carrying live
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Local media say arrest warrants have been issued for more than 3,000 people in total. It's one of the biggest post-coup purges in months.
President Erdogan also dismissed a Council of Europe warning over his crackdown on dissent.
The Greek appeals court has rejected Ankara's request for the extradition of three Turkish soldiers. The cases of a further five soldiers will be decided in the coming weeks.
In Sydney thousands gather for the annual ANZAC day march, whilst in Turkey, a dawn ceremony is held at ANZAC Cove on the Gallipoli peninsular.
The first fatalities of the summer sailing season when Europe's seas swallow up thousands of migrants, many of them refugees fleeing conflict, has begun
Gabriele del Grande was detained in Turkey two weeks ago while doing research for a book He has been released and has flown straight back to Italy.
A demonstration has been held in Rome for the release of an Italian journalist and human rights activist arrested in detained in Turkey.
Main picture above: Sorbian men dressed in black tailcoats ride decorated horses during an Easter rider procession near Panschwitz, Germany.
Turkey's high electoral board has rejected appeals to annul the referendum granting President Recep Tayyip Erdogan sweeping new powers.
An Italian journalist has gone on hunger strike in Turkey after over a week in detention without charge or access to legal representation.
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The European Commission wants Turkey to investigate “alleged irregularities” in Sunday’s referendum boosting the power of President Erdogan.
No campaigners keep up pressure on Turkish government after referendum vote and political scientist warns AK should beware falling support in cities.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has addressed crowds at Ankara’s presidential palace to celebrate his victory in Sunday’s constitutional referendum.
Turkey's main opposition parties have rejected the result and called for the vote to be annulled.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan faces call for referendum on death penalty after Ankara crowd hails his win on enhanced presidential powers.
The victory of the yes vote in Turkey’s referendum on new presidential powers is hardly a surprise given Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s overwhelming support.
International election observers criticise the handling of Turkey's constitutional referendum.
The outcome of the constitutional referendum appears to have been much more clear-cut among Turks living abroad than for those living in Turkey.
Crowds in Istanbul took to the streets against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the result of Sunday's constitutional referendum.
Jubilant Erdogan supporters took to the streets of Istanbul waving flags of victory.
The main Turkish CHP opposition claims the referendum result is fraudulent, and that the vote should be abandoned.