It is not yet clear whether Ankara has requested the diplomats be extradited by German authorities.
Turkish army says around 180 Kurdish militants killed in over 20 airstrikes, highlighting the conflicting agendas of NATO allies Ankara and Washington.
Orhan Buyruk was interrogated by Shin Bet and deported back to Turkey without charges. Turkish diplomats say detention was result of 'misunderstanding.'
Pointing at surging tensions between Washington and Moscow, Ankara's Deputy prime minister says world is 'on the brink of a large regional or global war.'
Syrian opposition forces capture Dabiq with Turkish military support, saying ISIS put up 'minimal' resistance despite prophecy of an end-of-time battle between crusaders and the caliphate.
Israeli Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz makes first Israeli ministerial visit to Turkey in six years to discuss the entrance of Turkish business into the Israeli energy market.
Half of jihadists killed while entering village held by Turkey-backed rebels, other half in Turkish and U.S.-led airstrikes as violence in area escalates.
Perpetrators with suspected links to Kurdish PKK were planning a car bomb attack, say local reports.
Islamic State group has claimed responsibility for attack launched by suicide car bomber in the village of Atmeh.
Turkey's parliament voted last week to extend military presence in Iraq for a year to take on 'terrorist organizations', aiming at Kurdish rebels and ISIS.