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Turkey has said it will release two Greek soldiers it has imprisoned once eight of its own servicemen are returned home from Greece, where they fled after a failed coup attempt. Athens says this amounts to "blackmail".
Turkish authorities accuse Brunson of links to both an outlawed Kurdish insurgent group and the network of the U.S.-based Muslim cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Those killed were all academics and included the assistant dean and a lecturer at Osmangazi University in Eskisehir some 250 kilometres west of Ankara
The Turkish president promises Ramush Haradinaj "he will pay" for sacking senior officials after six Turks working in Kosovo were hunted down and deported back to Turkey.
The Prime Minister of Kosovo has dismissed the interior minister and the secret service chief after the arrest and extradition to Turkey of six Turkish nationals
The European Court of Human Rights says Turkey violated the rights of two journalists to liberty, security and freedom of expression, after they were detained for alleged terrorist links.
Ankara wants the handover of eight Turkish soldiers who fled to Greece after a failed military coup in 2016
He was tortured for being a traitor of Turkey, says a human rights group, and denied dignity even in death. Now authorities say he is innocent and have reinstated him as a teacher.
A Turkish asylum-seeker describes the moment the flimsy vessel carrying him and others capsized while crossing the Evros River to Greece.
Fatih Yasar is the only known survivor of a capsized boat fleeing Turkey.
A resolution before the European Parliament in Strasbourg calls for EU accession funds to be withheld until criteria are met.
A court in Istanbul has ruled to release the head of Amnesty International in the country after nearly eight months in jail.
Ankara says it needs to continue with the measures to combat security challenges
Athens has not ruled out extradition to a third country.
The Greek government's move came hours after Turkey criticised a local panel's decision to accept a helicopter pilot's asylum request
The United States says it will resume visa services in Turkey after an earlier diplomatic row over local employees.
Tahsin and his family were forced to flee Turkey. Their crime? Being accused of supporting the Gülen movement
To make the journey to Greece easier, Tahsin told his children their escape was 'a game'.
A courtroom in New York is hearing testimony from a Turkish-Iranian gold trader, amid claims that top Turkish officials helped Iran get around U.S. sanctions
A family of five fleeing Turkish authorities has drowned after their boat capsized in the Aegean Sea. Their bodies washed up on the Greek island of Lesbos.