""The ocean is a horrible, horrible place for anything manmade. The engineering has been a challenge.""
Winner European Entrepreneur of the Year
" "The creativity and ingenuity of these outstanding women and men helps to improve our daily lives and strengthens the competitiveness of the European economy.""
President, European Patent Office
""The sting of sanctions will be painful if the regime does not change its course""
US Secretary of State
"We have to look at what the choice entails. What are we saying we have the choice to do?"
'No' campaigner in Irish abortion referendum
""My daughter is no more in the world""
Abdul Aziz Sheikh
Father of Sabika Sheikh
""My very best wishes to Prince Harry and Meghan Markle on their wedding day. To all of those joining the national celebration with street parties and other events, have a wonderful day.""
UK Prime Minister Theresa May
(who was not invited to the wedding)
""If humanity ever captures the energy of love it will be the second time that we have discovered fire.""
Most Reverend Michael Curry
Sermon at Royal Wedding
"After meeting Ms. Waight Keller... Ms Markle chose to work with her for her timeless and elegant aesthetic, impeccable tailoring, and relaxed demeanour."
Since last year's failed coup, authorities have jailed more than 50,000 people over suspected links to President Erdogan's archenemy.
Turkish authorities issued detention warrants for 115 people across 15 provinces over alleged links to last year's failed coup attempt, the state-run Anadolu news agency said on Friday.
Turkey's parliament have voted to extend the authorisation to deploy Turkish troops in Iraq and Syria.
Protesters refuse to allow body of mother of detained politician to be interred in Ankara
Protesters in Brussels on Tuesday called for the release of human rights activists arrested in Turkey, as foreign minister Cavusoglu met with EU foreign affairs chief Federica…
Euronews speaks to two men exiled by Turkey's government about the impact on their lives.
A year ago, the Armed Forces attempted a coup in Turkey. Hundreds died, it lasted less than a day, and many face lengthy prison sentences as a result.
Hundreds of thousands of people rallied in Istanbul on Sunday at the culmination of 25-day march that has grown into the biggest protest against a government crackdown following last July's failed military coup.
'Casting off a shirt of fear': Turkish opposition leads thousands to end of 450km Ankara-Istanbul anti-government march.
Amnesty International has branded the detention of eleven people near Istanbul including its local director a “grotesque abuse of power”.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has become the first president to lead a party since 1950. He took over the reins from Binali Yildirim, who will remain as Turkey's prime minister until elections set for 2019.
Turkish EU affairs Minister Omer Celik's visit to Brussels aims to put the country's EU membership back on top of the agenda.
MEPs have called for jailed journalists in Turkey to be freed.
Turkey's president Erdogan urges the EU to cooperate, or lose the country's membership bid.
It appears to be the latest crackdown linked to last July's failed coup, after the government announced the officials had been fired for suspected links to 'terrorist organisations and structures pres
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.
The Turkish foreign ministry has strongly condemned the "unjust decision" of the European rights body to put it on notice.
Sulukule is one of Istanbul’s oldest neighbourhoods.
Business Line looks at the economic case for the proposed changes to Turkey's constitution and its implications.
The role of Turkey's Supreme Electoral Council is coming in for criticism for breaking its own rules and allegedly ceding too easily to ruling party pressure during Sunday's referendum.