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Turkish authorities say the rockets hit a school and two buildings in the town of Karkamis.
Turkey attacks in northern Syria and Iraq after Istanbul bombing
Turkey has attacked Kurdish targets in northern Syria and Iraq in retaliation for Istanbul bombing that killed six people and injured more than 80.
Turkey detains Syrian suspect in deadly Istanbul bombing
Turkish police have released a video of the arrest of a woman they claim has confessed to Sunday's deadly bomb attack in Istanbul. They identified the woman as Ahlam Albashir, a Syrian national.
Kurdish groups deny involvement as dozens held over Istanbul blast
The Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) and Kurdish-led Syrian Democratic Forces (SDF) both said they played no part in Sunday's explosion in Turkey's largest city.
Doctor arrested after calling for Turkish army chemical weapons probe
Ankara has denounced allegations of chemical weapons as a campaign of "disinformation".
Sweden lifts Turkey arms embargo as NATO membership inches closer
Turkey’s parliament has yet to ratify Sweden and Finland’s membership in NATO, and Friday's step was widely seen as aimed at securing Ankara’s approval.
Turkish police officer killed in suspected Kurdish militant attack
Two women are believed to have opened fire on Turkish police before detonating explosive devices.
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).
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".
Turkey launches new military offensive in northern Iraq
Turkish jets and artillery struck targets belonging to the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in northern Iraq, while commandos - supported by helicopters and drones - crossed into Iraqi territory.
Turkish court to hear case for Kurdish minority party's dissolution
A Turkish prosecutor is demanding that the 40,500-member party be dissolved and about 450 members barred from office over alleged links to outlawed Kurdish group the PKK.
Turkish troops find bodies of 13 citizens in cave in northern Iraq
Turkey says the 13 people, whose names have not been revealed, had been abducted by militants and taken to a cave complex in Iraq.
Turkey slams Belgium court ruling that PKK are not 'terrorists'
Belgium's Foreign Ministry maintains that they are committed to their relations with Turkey, and will continue to work with international partners to fight terrorism.
Calls grow for release of French academic who is being held in Turkey
Calls are growing for the release of a French academic who has been held in Turkey for nearly a month after protesting against the conflict between the Turkish government and the Kurdistan Worker’s Party (PKK).
Turkish opposition leader attacked at soldier's funeral
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.
Fear of clashes during Erdogan visit to Turkey
Around 5,000 police officers are expected on the streets of Berlin to provide security during a visit by Turkey's President Erdogan
Iconic British street artist Banksy has unveiled a 21 metre mural, calling attention to the detention of Turkish artist Zehra Dogan
European far-left fighters in Syria: Take them seriously: View
It is naïve, if not disingenuous, to claim foreign fighters who have joined Kurdish militants in Syria will not set their sights on Western targets, says the European Foundation for Democracy's Demir Murat Seyrek.
Turkey warns of 'grave consequences' in Afrin
Turkey warns of grave consequences across the border in Afrin after pro-Syrian government forces move into the Kurdish region.
Germany moves to ease tension with Turkey
Germany moves to calm the storm with Turkey's leader and talks tough on the outlawed PKK.