A state of emergency lasting three months has been declared by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The evisceration of elements of Turkish society continues unabated following last Friday's failed coup attempt.
Turkey has stepped up its purge following Friday’s coup attempt, now targeting universities and schools.
Turkey prepares extradition request for Gulen US says any extradition will be conducted according to treaty Gulen denies involvement in coup Turkey is sending an extradition request to the US for t
The moment when the Turkish parliament was hit by the first of several bombs during Friday’s nights abortive coup attempt was captured by one MP on his mobile…
The round of purges continues in Turkey, as the government vows to root out supporters of the exiled cleric it blames for Friday’s attempted coup.
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Turkey’s education ministry has revoked the licences of 21,000 teachers working in private institutions, Reuters news agency reported on Tuesday, citing a ministry…
Turkey says eight of its soldiers who fled to Greece after Friday’s attempted coup are “traitors” who must be handed back.
Turkey’s prime minister says he has sent evidence to the United States to support an extradition request for the exiled cleric Ankara says was behind Friday’s failed…
The Turkish president has vowed to approve the restoration of capital punishment if parliament votes for it, in defiance of EU warnings.
Former Turkish air force chief Akin Ozturk has denied being being one of the the orchestrators behind Friday’s failed coup attempt.
Few would doubt Turkey’s strategic importance: straddling Europe and Asia it is a key player in Middle East stability at a time of unprecedented volatility.
Turkish private broadcasters announce ex-Air Force chief denies role in plotting attempted coup - NTV, Haberturk in conflict with state-run Anadolu news agency report
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Emotions continue to run high in Turkey after Friday’s failed coup, not least for the prime minister.
Leaders from the EU, US and Germany have warned Turkey over its response to a failed coup attempt last Friday The US secretary of state has warned Turkey that any undemocratic response to the movement
Following the failed coup attempt in Turkey, Euronews spoke to Marc Pierini, a visiting scholar at Carnegie Europe in Brussels, whose research focuses on developments in the Middle East and Turkey fro
A clean-up after the coup, in more senses than one.
In Turkey, up to 8000 police officers have been removed from their posts on suspicion of being linked to Friday’s failed coup.
Turkey's failed coup attempt is likely to further undermine the country's tourism industry, already hit by repeated suicide bombings over the past year.
The US secretary of state John Kerry has joined EU foreign ministers at a meeting in Brussels on Monday.
Seven Turkish soldiers and one civilian who fled to Greece in an army helicopter following the failed military coup have been accused of entering the country…
President calls for Turks to stay on streets until Friday Number arrested in army and judiciary hits 6,000 France calls for Turkey act according to rule of law Turks continue to fill the streets of
Turkey has reopened its Incirlik air base to US military aircraft, the Pentagon has confirmed.