Istanbul’s new mayor Ekrem Imamoglu — a potential major new opponent to President Erdogan — was being sworn it at a ceremony on Thursday.
Thousands of supporters of Turkey's Republican People's Party filled the centre of Istanbul to celebrate Ekrem Imamoğlu's election as the new mayor of Istanbul
An expert on Turkish politics has told Euronews that the AK Party's defeat in Istanbul's mayoral election could be the beginning of the end of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan congratulated opposition candidate Ekrem Imamoglu on Sunday for winning Istanbul's re-run mayoral election according to unofficial results.
Saudi Arabia had knowledge of and is responsible for the murder of journalist Jamal Khashoggi, according to a UN special investigation into the killing. The report says Saudi Arabia's Crown Prince, Mohammed bin Salman, should be investigated over the brutal death of the journalist in October 2018.
The three-hour event debate between AKP candidate Binali Yildirim and the opposition's Ekrem Imamoglu was one of the first of its kind in Turkey in nearly two decades.
Euronews took to the streets of Istanbul to ask residents what they thought about officials ordering a re-run of mayoral elections in the city.
Euronews found in our analysis of video views on social media that opposition parties and candidates came out ahead of the ruling Justice and Development Party (AK Party).
After officials on Monday ordered a re-run of elections in Istanbul, several municipalities took to Twitter urging people from the city not to come on holiday in June, but to stay and vote.
Turkish President Erdogan said the decision for a re-run of local elections in Istanbul, where his party suffered defeat, will strengthen democracy
Istanbul's ousted mayor gave an uplifting message to supporters as his CHP party pledged to defeat Erdogan a second time.
Turkey’s main opposition accused authorities of “plain dictatorship” after officials ordered a re-run of elections in Istanbul where President Tayyip Erdogan's party suffered a surprise defeat.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan on Friday (May 3) condemned deadly attacks in places of worship as he inaugurated the country's largest mosque, Camlica in Istanbul.
A man suspected of spying for the United Arab Emirates has been found dead in his prison cell in Turkey. Authorities say the suspect was arrested on the 19th of April and had allegedly confessed to spying on Arab nationals. Turkish state media reported his death as a suicide.
The leader of Turkey’s main opposition party was attacked at a soldier’s funeral in Ankara but was led away to safety by security guards.
Turkish Airlines has completed a huge exercise to transfer operations to Istanbul’s brand new airport over the weekend.
The move to the vast new transport hub - simply called Istanbul Airport - began early on Friday.
Today marks the official opening of the new airport
Ekrem Imamoglu is calling for the country's election board to confirm him so he can get down to business.
An electoral upset for Erdogan's ruling party shows that for all its faults, Turkey is a strong, working democracy - and it is the kind of friend Europe needs right now.
The trial of the eleven, including Taner Elic, the Head of Amnesty in Turkey, resumes in Istanbul today.
Turkey's biggest mosque opened its doors to worshipers on Thursday on the Camlica hill on the Asian side of Istanbul.
The governor's office for Istanbul said 10 people were killed in a building collapse and 13 were injured.
Khashoggi: Turkish TV shows images of man carrying bag on day journalist went to Saudi consulate
Sixteen crew members have been rescued from a cargo ship after heavy winds forced the vessel to run aground off of Istanbul's coastal district of Sile on Wednesday (December 19).
Saudi Arabia has announced that the death penalty is being sought against five suspects in the murder of columnist Jamal Khashoggi.
The airport, which will be fully operational in January, is set to take in 90 million passengers a year, with plans to expand to 200 million per year.
An abandoned diplomatic vehicle belonging to the Saudi consulate in Istanbul has been found by Turkish authorities. The vehicle is a black Mercedes sedan that matches one seen in security camera footage outside the consulate building around the time that Khashoggi was murdered.