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Turkish authorities battle wildfire near resort town of Marmaris
Around 30 homes have been evacuated due to the blaze, according to media reports.
Turkey detains 16 Kurdish journalists over alleged 'terrorist' links
The media workers are all accused of working for a mouthpiece of the banned Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
What is Turkish Airlines' new name and what's behind the rebrand?
Turkey's national carrier is changing its name. Here's why it matters.
Five people killed in floods and storms in central Turkey
Some areas recorded rainfall of up to "30 litres per square metre" over the weekend.
Turkey asks UN to refer to it as 'Türkiye'
Turkey sent a letter to the UN formally requesting the country be referred to as 'Türkiye', in a bid to avoid associations with the bird.
Turkey warns of 'security risks' if Finland & Sweden join NATO
Turkey's president wrote Finland and Sweden's entry into NATO would endanger his country and the "organisation's future".
Why does Turkey want to block Finland and Sweden from NATO?
NATO envoys failed to reach a consensus on Wednesday on whether to start membership talks with Finland and Sweden, as Turkey renewed its objections.
Ukraine war: Why Turkey's Erdogan wants to be the main peacemaker
Ankara is in an awkward position: it is a NATO member but has deep economic and military ties with Moscow.
Inflation in Turkey rises to 70%, a 20-year high
Russia’s invasion of Ukraine -- and the resulting surge in gas, oil and grain prices -- has compounded the situation in Turkey, a country reliant on imports.
Police detain May Day protesters in Istanbul
Turkish police prevent demonstrations and detain dozens of protesters in Istanbul on International Workers’ Day, also known as May Day.
Germany summons Turkish ambassador to protest Osman Kavala's sentence
Berlin has urged other EU countries to challenge Turkey over the philanthropist's conviction.
Turkey: a city bus burns in the city of Izmir
On Thursday, a city bus driving in the north of Izmir caught on fire on Caher Dudayev Boulevard. After noticing the smoke, the bus driver pulled the vehicle to the side of the road and evacuated the passengers.
Working on wind turbines and skyscrapers despite fear of heights
Meet Hazel Kaya, one of the few female technicians in Turkey, who works in high-rise buildings using practical rope systems and cleans wind turbines.
Turkish philanthropist Osman Kavala given life sentence
The businessman is accused by Turkey of financing anti-government protests in 2013, while human rights groups have continually called for his release.
Turkey cuts power to opposition leader’s home after protest
Kemal Kilicdaroglu vowed not to pay his electricity bills until the Turkish government withdrew the price increases.
Man given suspended sentence for filming burned Grenfell Tower model
The 49-year-old man admitted filming an "offensive" video and sharing it on WhatsApp.
'Hand-made bomb' explodes on prison vehicle in Turkey
A remote-controlled explosive device has been detonated as a bus carrying prison guards passed by in Turkey, killing one and wounding four others.
Turkey: flamingos bring colours to the Lake Eber
Lake Eber, one of Afyonkarahisar's (Turkey) most important natural wealth, was recently coloured by flamingos, whose numbers have recently increased.
World-famous Turkish dish kebab attempted to be sent into space
A Turkish restaurant owner tried to send a plate of Adana kebab, one of the Turkish dishes listed as one of the best traditional dishes in the world, into space with a helium balloon.
Turning Turkey’s coal mines into solar farms would power 7m homes
Converting open-cast coal sites would significantly lower energy costs, which are surging due to Russia's invasion of Ukraine.
Turkish court transfers Khashoggi murder case to Saudi Arabia
Khashoggi, a Washington Post columnist, was killed on 2 October 2018 at the Saudi consulate in Istanbul.
Saudis will cover up Khashoggi murder if case is sent there | View
As Russia's war in Ukraine causes the tectonic plates of geopolitics to shift, Agnes Callamard argues that we must not allow justice for Jamal Khashoggi to fall through the fault lines.
Antalya Day 3: World Champions succeed in Turkey
The Antalya Grand Slam concluded with the last five categories showing great judo and great sportsmanship
Day 2 of Antalya Grand Slam showcases the talent of the Judo World
The second day of the Antalya Grand Slam saw local children fill the stadium in anticipation of another great day of Judo.
Prosecutor asks Turkish court to halt Jamal Khashoggi murder trial
The Saudi dissident is believed to have been killed inside the Saudi consulate in Istanbul in 2018.
Why is Turkey being given a green loan of €300 million?
Turkey is the fastest growing OECD economy with rapidly increasing greenhouse gas emissions, but a green loan could make a big difference to the environment.