Tsunami warning issued ■ Rising sea levels and parts of tourist strip flooded on island of Kos ■ Power outages affecting parts of Turkish province of Mugla
Crowds chant: 'If you don't let us into our places of worship, we won't let you into yours'
Rivlin Discusses Temple Mount Crisis With Turkey's Erdogan, Despite Israeli Foreign Ministry Opposition
Foreign Ministry opposed the Israeli president's call taking place, saying Turkish president shouldn't be involved in de-escalation efforts
'We can't continue as we have done until now,' the German foreign minister says following the arrest of rights activists
Analysis 'A Democracy of Fear': One Year After Turkey Coup Attempt, Erdogan Aims to Craft New Narrative
President Erdogan won't make do with ceremonies on the first anniversary of the failed coup. He wants to create a new narrative. Meanwhile the rift between Turkey and the West widens
Idil Eser and five other activists are the latest victims of Ankara's widespread crackdown after last year's failed coup
Country's religious schools will also teach concept of jihad – the real meaning of which is 'loving your nation,' says education minister
By deploying commandos and artillery in Qatar, Erdogan further entrenches its position in the Saudi-Qatar diplomatic rift
With over 150,000 civil servants, security personnel, journalists and academics sacked over the past year, and 50,000 people arrested, Erdogan’s attempt at national solidarity feels elusive
Thousands are expected at 'national unity marches' in the two cities, and speeches are planned in parliament and at an iconic Istanbul bridge
This week, one million people in Istanbul demanded civil rights, law and justice. As Erdogan's purges intensify, can a fragmented opposition sustain that momentum?
If local prosecutors decide to launch a probe as a result of the suit, Turkey's president may face an arrest warrant in Sweden
Erdogan declares the emergency rule 'will finish when this business is completely out the way'
Turkey had refused to allow German lawmakers to make what they saw as a routine visit to the base, saying that Berlin needed to improve its attitude toward Ankara first
Main opposition leader draws huge crowds at culmination of 425-kilometer walk from Ankara to protest 25-year sentence given to fellow politician
Turkish and Emirates airlines accepting passengers with electronic devices on America-bound flights, as are flights from Abu Dhabi
Foreign ministry says such a speech by Erdogan 'would be an affront to the clearly expressed will of the government and a violation of German sovereignty'
Report warns that countries such as Turkey, Russia and China have planted 'ticking time-bombs' that could cause serious setbacks for German infrastructure
In Turkey’s schools, creationists are now far ahead of their American peers. And there's a characteristic anti-Jewish twist
The BuzzFeed website claims to have seen evidence that Turkish businessman Kamil Ekim Alptekin was retained by Israeli energy firm Ratio Oil Exploration, but the company denies it