Turkey blocked YouTube as a precaution after voice recordings purportedly of senior officials discussing a potential military operation in Syria
Turkey’s under-fire prime minister has warned his government could ban Facebook and YouTube.
Tayyip Erdogan, speaking to Turkish broadcaster
Mahir Zeynalov, an Azerbaijani journalist working for English-language newspaper Todays Zaman, was deported from Turkey on Friday morning, apparently
For the outside world the recent events in Turkey are hard to understand, so euronews talked to Professor Talip Kucukcan from Marmara University. How
In a sign of the times in Turkey, four MPs from the Islamist-rooted ruling AK party have worn Islamic head scarves in parliament.
The former Chief of Staff of Turkey’s military, Ilker Basbug, has been sentenced to life behind bars for his role in a plot to overthrow the
Turkish riot police have been clearing Istanbul’s Taksim Square of its last protestors.
The unrest began after a police crackdown on an
“They’re only trees!” the protester shouted. But, in Turkey, four protesters became 4,000 – and then the effort to stop trees from being cut down in
As the election campaign winds down in Turkey, euronews spoke to some of the main figures involved in Sunday’s historic poll.
The election is not
This week The Network talks to three newsmakers to explore the issue of Turkey’s accession to the EU.
The contrast between the two sides is