US President Donald Trump has said he will "totally destroy and obliterate the economy of Turkey" if the country does anything he considers "off-limits" in northern Syria.
When the Turks are “just passing through” a territory, sometimes they stay 500 years. Just ask the Bulgarians, who spent 500 years under violent Ottoman rule.
The epicentre of the quake was around 70km west of Istanbul in the Marmara Sea, south of the town of Silivri.
Four hundred and forty pairs of high heel shoes hung on the walls of a building in central Istanbul to raise awareness against domestic violence
Russia, Iran and Turkey will meet in Ankara on Monday to discuss how to improve the situation in north-west Syria
It is important to understand what has been implemented since we took office last year, when a currency attack, unprecedented in scale, compounded by a host of other financial fragilities was underfoot.
Erdogan opponent in Istanbul sentenced to nine years in jail for crimes including insulting Turkey’s president
Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Turkey will "open the gates" for migrants to Europe if international support for a refugee safe zone in northern Syria fails to materialise.
Three mayors have also been dismissed over suspected links to the banned Kurdish Workers' Party (PKK), the country's interior ministry announced on Monday.
Shopkeepers were in ankle-deep water trying to clear the water from their stores in Istanbul's Grand Bazaar.
Turkish collage artist Uğur Gallenkuş has created an innovative photography project — juxtaposing two different worlds within a single image.
Why is Turkey threatening to make new incursions in northern Syria? What are the implications for Syrian Kurds, the fight against the so-called Islamic State, and already strained US-Turkish relations?
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will launch a military operation in a Kurdish-controlled area of northern Syria.
Euronews spoke to Amjad Tablieh's brother Ahmad who alleged he was taken instantly taken to a detention centre after a police control in Istanbul found he didn't have his ID with him.
The new British leader's great-great-grandfather was born in Kalfat, in central Turkey, in 1813.
Ekrem İmamoğlu’s election as Istanbul’s Metropolitan Mayor in June, following an increased margin of votes in a second poll, highlights the unfaltering determination of the Turkish people to live in a fully democratic state.
It's the conversion that puts a fresh twist on aeroplane food.
Despite repeated warnings from the United States, Turkey began receiving the initial parts of the defence system on June 12.
Archaeologists have estimated that the city was probably built in the late Byzantine period, 600-800 years ago.
More than 250 journalists have been arrested since that long summer’s night in 2016. Mahir Zeynalov is one of the lucky ones.
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.
A union of Turkish journalists filed a legal complaint over a report that accuses journalists in foreign news media of anti-government bias while covering Turkey.
President Erdoğan has dismissed the governor of Turkey's central bank in a move that has prompted concerns about the bank's independence
A bomb inside a vehicle exploded in the Turkish town of Reyhanli on Friday, killing three people - two of which were Syrian passengers.
After a whopping 100,000 people marched for Gay Pride in 2014 in Istanbul, authorities prohibited the march from taking place in subsequent years.
Skirmishes broke out between police and Istanbul's gay and transgender community on Sunday (June 30) after the city's governor banned a planned annual march for the fifth consecutive year.