Turkey isn't pleased even though Trump didn't say the word 'genocide'
Turkish defense minister says NATO allies did not offer financially viable alternative
At least 38 people were rounded up after being accused of protesting the outcome of Sunday's referendum, N.Y. Times reports
The announcement comes after the U.S. president called the Turkish leader to congratulate him on the referendum results
It’s too easy to conclude that Israel and Turkey are like two oxen pulling the same plow
Despite calls from the prime minister to respect the results, opposition leader demand that the referendum be voided due to alleged voting irregularities
'Turkey is sliding toward a semi-authoritarian system under one man rule,' EU official says
Turkey has been massaging the data and unwitting Turkish voters have just undone the democracy that had enabled prosperity
Erdogan claims a win in a Turkey that is split down the middle ■ Surprising pro-Erdogan results in country's Kurdish regions raise questions
Analysis Sham or Not, Turks Resigned to Erdogan's Win: 'Yes, the Referendum Was Stolen, but We’re Not Surprised'
Even Turkey's opposition doesn't believe there's a chance of changing the result, even if voter foul play proven
Erdogan slams West's 'crusader mentality' after monitors criticize referendum ■ Thousands march through Istanbul, chant 'Thief, Erdogan' ■ President tells critics 'talk to the hand'
An unprecedented decision to accept as valid ballots that didn't bear the official stamp has led to outrage among Turkey's opposition parties
This is not a sweeping victory, no matter how Turkey's president spins it
'I am not happy at all. Almost half the country says no to the referendum'
Turkey Referendum: Erdogan Declares Victory in Bid to Expand Powers, but Opposition Contests Results
With 98% of ballots opened, 51.3% vote to greatly expand Erdogan's powers ■ Turkish opposition criticizes electoral board's decision to accept unstamped ballots
Despite their fondness for conspiracy theories, Turks believe that the results of elections and referendums are hard to fake. For the most part, anyway
In a conversation in Iraqi Kurdistan, Bese Hozat repeatedly decries Turkish 'fascism,' but Ankara notes it's facing a group considered a terror organization by the U.S. and EU as well
Turkey's future now rests on whether the president's popularity outweighs the fear of an all-powerful dictator
If the Turkish President loses Sunday's referendum, he might declare new elections to obtain the majority needed to enact constitutional amendments
Sunday's referendum could potentially replace Turkey’s parliamentary system with an executive presidency, which would substantially increase Erdogan’s authority.