The U.S. has increased its military presence in the region as Iran has been blamed for attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf
Erdogan and his political rivals are not separated by an ideological disagreement, but by insatiable personal ambition
By cancelling the Istanbul elections, Erdogan has annulled a core tenet of democracy in Turkey. But it’s not an act of power: it’s an act of weakness, over-reach and exposes his increasing vulnerability
While European politicians have slammed decision to hold new vote after Erdogan's party lost power in Istanbul, State Department only says it 'takes note' of development
Last week Turkey sparked another crisis by starting drilling in Cypriot waters. That’s a problem not just for Cyprus but for Israel, too
Turkey's dollar-denominated government bonds logged their biggest selloff in months on Tuesday, with longer-term debt leading the fall
Republican People's Party calls ruling 'plain dictatorship,' after series of recounts showed Erdogan's party lost major city for the first time in 25 years
Washington has said the S-400s could compromise the capabilities of its F-35 fighter jets and warned of possible U.S. sanctions if Ankara pushed on with the Russian deal
Erdogan's ruling party has filed an appeal to annul and re-run the election in Istanbul due to what it calls 'irregularities'
Turkish authorities have not commented publicly on the hunger strikes
'Work done by some people from inside is hard to swallow,' Turkish president says and vows to 'call them to account'
Kemal Kilicdaroglu, head of the secularist Republican People's Party (CHP) that pulled off upset local election victories on March 31 was attacked by dozens of shouting and fist-pumping men
Loss is especially hard for Erdogan, whose AK Party (AKP) and its Islamist predecessors have been governing Istanbul for 25 years
Turkish FM Cavusoglu reiterates Ankara's opposition to sanctions, says will keep working with Iran to raise their bilateral trade to a target of $30 billion, around triple current levels
As the effects of last year’s Lira crisis continue to weigh on workers, the number of unemployed people reaches 4.67 million in three months and is expected to keep rising
Turkish president says his ruling party would continue to use its right to appeal and would track alleged irregularities 'until the end'
The disagreement between Turkey and the U.S. over the F-35 is the latest of a series of diplomatic disputes between Washington and Ankara
The unidentified attacker reportedly told police he attacked the synagogue to protest Israel
The rift between Turkey and America could reach the point of no return with the U.S. threatening sanctions after Turkey's refusal to void Russia deal
His party may have won, but the Turkish president took two very personal hits