Ankara's decision follows a decision by a Greek court to release eight soldiers suspected of being involved in the July 2016 coup attempt
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Turkish opposition agrees election alliance deal ahead of parliamentary elections
Playing rubbish containers with brooms, bin men in the Turkish capital Ankara have formed a music group called 'Tin Band'.
Ankara wants the handover of eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after a failed military coup in 2016
Dozens of fighters killed in a Turkish air strike in Afrin
Saleh Muslim was detained in Prague at the request of Turkey, but later released by a Czech court
Turkey is reporting two casualties after rockets were fired at its border from northern Syria according to private Turkish broadcaster NTV.
Dozens of suspected ISIL militants arrested following crackdown across Turkey.
The United States says it will resume visa services in Turkey after an earlier diplomatic row over local employees.
Turkey will open an embassy in East Jerusalem, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said, days after leading calls at a summit of Muslim leaders for the world to recognise it as the capital of Palestine.
Ankara is furious over the US trial at which gold trader Reza Zarrab is appearing as the prosecution's star witness
Turkish prosecutors have issued detention warrants for 360 people in an operation targeting supporters of U.S.-based cleric Fethullah Gulen within the army.
Turkey bans all events by lesbian, gay, bisexual, trans and intersex rights groups in its capital Ankara.
Turkey is holding its largest trial ever over the July 2016 coup attempt
A protest in Ankara in support of two imprisoned hunger striking teachers turned violent as Turkish police used pepper spray and water cannons on demonstrators
Turkish police detained 47 protesters in capital Ankara on Sunday (July 23) demonstrating in support of two teachers arrested for going on a hunger strike
Germany has warned its citizens to be more careful when visiting Turkey, saying some Germans have been detained by the authorities without access to consular services.
Vienna said economy minister Nihat Zeybekci's visit would represent a "danger for public order and security".
'Casting off a shirt of fear': Turkish opposition leads thousands to end of 450km Ankara-Istanbul anti-government march.
Turkish opposition leader launches European court appeal over Erdogan referendum
Melih Gökçek the mayor of Ankara in Turkey has implied that yesterday’s 6.2-magnitude earthquake in the Aegean Sea, off the coasts of Greece and
Hundreds of people have taken to the streets of Ankara and other Turkish cities for a second night of protests against the result of the constitutional…
Turkey's biggest cities have rejected the presidential referendum, and people in Izmir, Ankara and Istanbul appear dubious about the result or what it means for Turkey.
Everything you need to know about the constitutional referendum in Turkey. What are the changes to Turkey's current constitution?
The prime minister vowed a strong reprisal to what he called the 'unacceptable treatment' of Turkish ministers who were prevented from speaking in the Netherlands.