Around 5,000 police officers are expected on the streets of Berlin to provide security during a visit by Turkey's President Erdogan
Russian President Vladimir Putin announced during a meeting with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan the creation of a "buffer zone" in Syria's Idlib province. It will be a demilitarized area in between Syrian government forces and rebel forces during the looming battle for the territory.
Russian and Syrian warplanes have kept up their assault on Idlib after a summit failed to agree on a ceasefire.
The key challenge for Turkey is not the form of its relationship with the EU, but the fact that it crucially needs EU markets, funds, and investment to prosper. This in turn requires the rule of law, not the rule of the arbitrary. Choices will have to be made in Ankara.
The statue was removed on Wednesday, with authorities saying it had become a security risk.
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The 4-metre-tall golden statue was erected on Monday evening as part of the Wiesbaden Biennale art festival.
Erdoğan: Currency crisis an "attack" on Turkey
The Christian pastor’s appeal to be released from house arrest has been rejected by a court in Izmir, but an upper court has yet to rule.
Ankara is raising tariffs on cars, alcohol and tobacco imports from the US as the row between the two NATO allies intensifies.
As the lira plunges, President Erdogan says Turkey needs to look for 'new friends' because of long-standing differences with the US.
The Turkish government has announced an action plan as the country's currency continues to slide, and an escalating row with the US threatens a full-blown economic crisis.
Erdogan blames "plot against Turkey" for plunging lira
Erdogan said those who plotted against Turkey in a failed coup attempt in July 2016 were now trying to target the country through its economy.
Turkey's President defended his country's financial health, insisting people should look at the "big picture" instead of focussing on foreign exchange prices.
Turkey’s President has hit back at the United States after Washington imposed sanctions on two Turkish ministers over the detention of a US clergyman accused of supporting terrorism.
Turkey has vowed to retaliate against US sanctions imposed over the trial of a US pastor accused of backing terrorism.
A man has appealed to the Greek authorities not to stop the mission to find his wife and three children after their boat capsized on the Evros River on the border with the Turkey
The nationwide State of Emergency was imposed two years ago after a failed coup attempt
Erdogan’s new grip on power 'could increase Turkish business migration'
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has acted swiftly to put his new sweeping powers into practice, following his inauguration on Monday.
Turkey's President Erdogan has been sworn in amidst controversy over constitutional reforms that have enhanced his powers
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Ece Temelkuran, Turkey's "most-read political columnist", says the election is sending an important message to the EU and the rest of the world.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan addressed his supporters gathered in front of AKP headquarters in Ankara, Turkey. Here are the key takeaways from his speech.