The Turkish foreign ministry has strongly condemned the "unjust decision" of the European rights body to put it on notice.
Sulukule is one of Istanbul’s oldest neighbourhoods.
Business Line looks at the economic case for the proposed changes to Turkey's constitution and its implications.
The role of Turkey's Supreme Electoral Council is coming in for criticism for breaking its own rules and allegedly ceding too easily to ruling party pressure during Sunday's referendum.
No campaigners keep up pressure on Turkish government after referendum vote and political scientist warns AK should beware falling support in cities.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan faces call for referendum on death penalty after Ankara crowd hails his win on enhanced presidential powers.
The victory of the yes vote in Turkey’s referendum on new presidential powers is hardly a surprise given Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s overwhelming support.
The outcome of the constitutional referendum appears to have been much more clear-cut among Turks living abroad than for those living in Turkey.
Turkey's biggest cities have rejected the presidential referendum, and people in Izmir, Ankara and Istanbul appear dubious about the result or what it means for Turkey.
Crowds in Istanbul took to the streets against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and the result of Sunday's constitutional referendum.
Jubilant Erdogan supporters took to the streets of Istanbul waving flags of victory.
The main Turkish CHP opposition claims the referendum result is fraudulent, and that the vote should be abandoned.
Everything you need to know about the constitutional referendum in Turkey. What are the changes to Turkey's current constitution?
As Turkey prepares to vote in a referendum that may see some of the nation's founding principles scrapped, an old song praising modern Turkey's founding father Kemal Ataturk gets a revival.
By Ruhi Açıkgöz, AK Party Brussels representative
Under the leadership of the President of Turkey, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, the pioneering of the
On the 16th of April Turkey’s political system may change from its current parliamentary-based model.
A meeting has taken place in Ankara between the new US Secretary of State and Turkish leaders
Turkish expats cast their ballots in early voting in a referendum on whether to give more power to their country's president
Erdoğan is pressing for a constitutional reform, to be decided by a referendum in mid-April, that would move Turkey from a parliamentary to a presidential system. If the reform passes, Erdoğan will acquire powers exceeding even those held by Mustafa Kemal Atatürk, the venerated “father” Turkey
It comes after the Turkish president accused Chancellor Angela Merkel of 'applying Nazi methods' against Turks and Turkish officials carrying out referendum campaigns in Germany.
Turkey has accused Germany of supporting a US based cleric it blames for last year’s coup.
Turkey has increased its verbal attacks on Europe following the Dutch election, warning that the continent is on the verge of collapse into “religious war”.
This is the Brief from Brussels, a round-up of the daily news stories from Europe’s de facto political capital.
The Turkish government is seeking the support of its nationals in Europe for a referendum over enhanced powers for its president.
By Gülistan Gürbey, Adjunct Professor, Department of Political- and Social Sciences, Free University Berlin
The harsh tone of President Erdogan and
Meeting his Turkish counterpart in Berlin on Wednesday, Germany’s Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel has tried to defuse the diplomatic crisis between the two…