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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 'set to announce Mediterranean gas find' amid EU energy dispute
A source in the presidential palace has told Euronews' Turkish service that President Erdogan will be announcing the discovery of a new natural gas source in the Mediterranean on Friday.
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.
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.
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.
Greece faces fresh calls to probe migrant deaths at its Turkish border
It comes after a report from research group Forensic Architecture which described as "highly probable" that the Syrian man was shot by Greek soldiers.
Two dead and dozens injured in explosion at Turkish fireworks factory
There were believed to be around 150 workers at the factory in northwestern Turkey at the time of the explosion.
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.
EU-Turkey refugee deal 'in serious danger' after Ankara move
"The agreement from March 2016 is seriously damaged," said former diplomat Marc Pierini.
Turkey blocks Twitter, Facebook after deadly airstrike
Turkey blocked access to Twitter, Facebook and Instagram after an airstrike killed at least 33 of its troops in Idlib, according to internet monitoring groups.
EU will attempt to force arms embargo as Libya effort refocuses
The EU wants to be part of that process and might be ready for some sort of military mission to monitor the agreement, the bloc's foreign policy chief Josep Borrell said.
Wikipedia restored in Turkey after being banned for over 2 years
Wikipedia restored in Turkey after being banned for over 2 years | #TheCube
The Brief: EU on Libya-Turkey maritime border
All eyes were on Josep Borrell to see what ideas he had up his sleeve. He is the EU's new foreign affairs chief and will be chairing these meetings for the next five years.
Greece: A safe haven for Turks threatened over Gülen movement links
Many Turkish teachers, public servants and entrepreneurs, unable to return home because of fears of arrest and with no belief in the independence of the Turkish justice system, are trying to start a new life in the northern Greek city of Thessaloniki.
Denmark to strip suspected ISIS fighters of consular assistance
Denmark has already announced plans to strip dual nationals of their citizenship if they have travelled abroad to fight with militant groups.
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The Brexit saga continues in this week's State of the Union
In the State of the Union, we look at the delay to Brexit that Boris Johnson promised wouldn't happen, the call from MEPs for EU sanctions for Turkey and the farewell to Tusk and Juncker.
Syrian boy dies after migrant dinghy collides with coastguard boat
The incident took place in the night of Tuesday and Wednesday near Kos, a Greek island off the coast of Turkey.
Turkish players repeat controversial military salutes in France match
Turkish players have celebrated international goals with military gestures twice within a few days, after Turkey launched military operations in Syria against Kurdish forces.
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Talking tough or tough talks
Brexit enters a new urgent phase, while the EU slammed Turkey's offensive in Northern Syria, we round up the week in Brussels and beyond.
MEPs condemn Turkey offensive, call for action over security and humanitarian concerns
As Turkish troops advanced into North East Syria, MEPS debated with the EU foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini to see what's at stake for Europe.
UK-based Turks take government to court over immigration policy change
"We feel vulnerable and insecure. What if the Home Office changes the rules again?," Esra Candan Saginc, a Turkish national established in the UK, told Euronews.
The Brief: Von der Leyen's path back to Brussels, Macron in Serbia
Even though Ursula von der Leyen is considered to lack EU experience by some, her life began in Brussels. Find out how her path led her back to the EU capital, as well as the latest political news, in the Brief from Brussels.
Turkey acquires Russian defence system despite US sanction threat
It comes just two days after the US warned again that sanctions could be imposed on Turkey if the country went ahead with the delivery of Russian equipment.
Imamoglu, Turkey's quiet force challenging President Erdogan
Running under the slogan "Everything will be fine", Ekrem Imamoglu confirmed his victory as Istanbul mayor on Sunday. His supporters already see him challenge Erdogan in the 2023 presidential election.
Eight migrants drown at sea off the coast of Turkey
Eight migrants drown at sea off the coast of Turkey after boat overturns
Germany tightens travel advisory to Turkey
"Statements, which are covered by the German freedom of expression laws, can lead in Turkey to occupational restrictions and criminal proceedings," it warns.