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'NATO membership train is moving': Hungary, Finland leaders in Turkey
The governments in Ankara and Budapest are the last two hold-outs to approve NATO membership bids for Sweden and Finland.
Paris holds musical benefit for victims of Turkey and Syria earthquake
The concert will take place at the iconic Olympia venue on Tuesday (14 March) and is part of a worldwide effort to help victims of the tragedy
Turkey opinion poll tracker: Erdoğan vs Kılıçdaroğlu
Follow our opinion polls tracking election success chances of the main Turkish presidential candidates.
Turkey earthquake: Lawyers race to glean evidence of building errors
The race to preserve evidence of destroyed ‘earthquake-proof’ buildings in Turkey begins as pressure mounts on contractors and the government to provide answers
Who is Kemal Kılıçdaroğlu and can he beat Turkish President Erdoğan?
Kılıçdaroğlu’s campaign will likely focus on promoting democracy, human rights and the rule of law after years of increasingly centralised power under President Erdoğan.
Erdoğan announces elections will take place on 14 May
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan announces elections will take place on May 14th. He said that "we want to turn May 14 into a good race that will erase the traces of February 6 destruction"
ECHR condemns Turkey over famous actress’ ‘kiss video’
European Court of Human Rights rules that Turkey has violated the European Convention of Human Rights by throwing out actress Berrak Tüzünataç's domestic legal complaints
Passenger survey reveals Europe's best airports
Budapest, Tallinn and Istanbul are among the frontrunners.
'No foreigners': Discrimination allegations mar Turkey quake response
While millions of Turks are also in need of shelter and supplies, some asylum seekers say they were denied basic help after the deadly disaster.
Turkish opposition picks presidential candidate to run against Erdogan
A six-party alliance has nominated Kemal Kilicdaroglu as its common candidate to challenge President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Turkey’s presidential elections in May, ending months of uncertainty and bickering that had frustrated their supporters.
Aid is still lacking in Turkey and Syria a month after the earthquake
The International Rescue Committee said 'displacement sites really just don't have the capacity to host that many people,' as millions of people lose their homes in Turkey and Syria.
Between Ukraine, Russia and the West: Turkey's balancing act
Ankara has deep political, economic, and military relations with the West, but is also a close partner of the Kremlin and supplies weapons to Ukraine.
Ex-Islamic State fighters still pose a risk in Turkey, finds report
Numerous foreign nationals with links to ISIS have come to Turkey since the terror group was defeated in Syria and Spain.
Turkish football fans donate thousands of toys for quake victims
Turkish football will never forget the day Beşiktaş fans threw thousands of toys onto the pitch in support of children made homeless by the earthquake.
At least one dead as new quake strikes Turkey, toppling buildings
More than 100 people were injured as a result of Monday's quake which was centred on the town of Yesilyurt in Malatya province.
NATO: Turkey says talks over Sweden and Finland's membership to resume
Ankara, which has been hostile to Swedish membership of NATO in particular, halted negotiations in January after anti-Turkish demonstrations in Stockholm.
Türkiye stays open for tourists despite earthquake tragedy
Turkish authorities encourage tourists to keep visiting, despite the devastating earthquakes that struck the southeast of the country
Contractors and building owners have been arrested
More than 600 people are under investigation in Turkey in relation to buildings which collapsed during the earthquake earlier this month
Earthquake response proved that Greeks and Turks can be united as one
My hopes are that the youth in both countries will grow up seeing their neighbours as sisters and brothers who just happen to speak a language different that their own, Marcos Moschovidis writes.