Amnesty International says Turkey is struggling to meet even the most basic needs of hundreds of thousands of Syrian refugees.
A report by the
A supermarket chain in Turkey has, for the first time, started printing the faces of missing children on the millions of plastic grocery bags it
“Let them tear it down if they can. They ordered its suspension, yet they can’t stop this building. I’ll be opening it; I’ll be moving in and using
If you thought everything grinds to a halt near a war zone, then perhaps this will make you reconsider.
Initially the footage is a scene witnessed
NATO will defend Turkey if the country is ever attacked, the alliance’s new chief Jens Stoltenberg said on Wednesday, amid increased instability on
Turkey and Azerbaijan have begun to work on an oil pipeline project which, it is claimed, will have a big impact on global energy markets
Immediately after his inauguration, Recep Tayyip Erdogan went to Ataturk’s mausoleum in Ankara to lay a wreath.
The new president is arguably the
Recep Tayyip Erdoğan was the unsurprising winner in Turkey’s first direct election for president; a post previously chosen by parliament.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be Turkey’s next president after being declared the winner of the country’s presidential election. With more than 50% of
On August 10 and 24 Turks will, for the first time, be able to vote directly for their president. The result could represent an historic turning
Long before announcing his intention to run for the presidency, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan was wooing diaspora voters.
In southern Turkey anger is growing against Syrian refugees who have been streaming across the border since their country erupted into bloody civil
Since 1974 at an airport in Nicosia, time has stood still. It is a stark reminder of the fighting which led to the division of Cyprus 40 years ago
European Court of Human Rights has ordered Turkey to pay 90 million euros to Cyprus over the 1974 invasion of the island and its subsequent
An angry Turkish Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan heckled the head of the country’s bar association on Saturday, accusing him of rudeness for speaking
Greece’s Lailapas football club and Karsiyaka from Turkey have scheduled to meet on Saturday 10th of May, to play a game that started 84 years ago
Turkish police fired water cannon and tear gas on Thursday to prevent hundreds of protesters from defying a ban on May Day rallies and reaching
We begin this edition of ‘The Corner’ with celebrations in the Netherlands and Turkey where Ajax and Fenerbahce enjoyed title winning weekends
‘Where Sport Meets’ was the slogan for the 12th annual SportAccord Convention held in Turkey. It brought together the 108 sports federations that
The local election board in the Turkish capital Ankara has rejected a call from the main opposition CHP party to recount the results of Sunday’s
A Turkish court on Friday ruled that a blanket ban of social-media website YouTube violated human rights and ordered most of the restrictions be
Despite mass anti-government protests last year, accusations of authoritarianism and corruption, and the banning of some social media sites, Recep
Turkish voters are preparing for Sunday’s local elections which are seen as a test of Prime Minister Erdogan and his leadership.
They come on the
Turkey blocked YouTube as a precaution after voice recordings purportedly of senior officials discussing a potential military operation in Syria
An Ankara administrative court has issued a ‘stay of execution’ order on the controversial Twitter ban in the country.
The temporary injunction
Turkish Internet users were quick to come up with ways around the Twitter block.
The hashtag #TwitterisblockedinTurkey quickly became one of the