Two Women Attacked Police With Guns and a Grenade in Istanbul, as 13 Die in Southeast Turkey
The two female attackers were killed by officers after they fired shots and threw a grenade at a police bus. Meanwhile, three soldiers and 10 Kurdish militants have been killed in southeast Turkey.
Hundreds of Turks Flee Deadly Violence As City Curfew Lifted
Hundreds have fled their homes amid violence still raging in Turkey's southeast. In another city, six people out of a group trapped in a basement for nearly two weeks are reported to have died.
Truck Bomb Attack Kills Six in Turkey's Southeast, Blamed on PKK
Authorities said Kurdish militants were responsible for the blast at a police station, which is one of the biggest such attacks since conflict flared in the region last July.
Protests Erupt in Turkey as Military Campaign Intensifies in Country's Southeast
Police fired tear gas and rubber bullets to disperse crowds in Istanbul and Diyarbakir protesting clashes that have reportedly killed at least 110 Kurdish militants.
At Least 69 Kurdish Fighters Reported Dead After Clashes in Southeast Turkey
Two members of the Turkish security forces were also reported killed during four days of clashes, and Turkish jets reportedly bombed PKK camps in northern Iraq.
Thousands Gather in Turkey for Funeral of Slain Kurdish Lawyer Tahir Elci
The prominent attorney and human rights activist was gunned down on Saturday in the southeastern city of Diyarbakir along with two policemen.
Protests Erupt Across Turkey After Killing of Kurdish Lawyer Tahir Elci
Riot police in Istanbul used tear gas, rubber bullets, and a water cannon to quickly disperse a demonstration over the killing one of Turkey's most prominent human rights lawyers.
Prominent Kurdish Lawyer Tahir Elci Gunned Down in Southeast Turkey
An unidentified gunman killed Elci in what the pro-Kurdish HDP Party called a "planned assassination," urging people to take to the streets in protest.
On The Line: Jake Hanrahan Discusses his Detention In Turkey, And Why Mohammed Rasool Must Be Released
VICE News journalist Jake Hanrahan joined On The Line to discuss reporting in Turkey, his detention, and why Mohammed Rasool must be released.
Turkish Airstrikes in Iraq Said to Kill at Least 55 Kurdish Militants
Turkish warplanes reportedly hit PKK camps in northern Iraq overnight in a conflict that shows no signs of easing up ahead of a November 1 election.
Turkey Is Investigating a Major Media Group for Alleged 'Terrorism Propaganda'
Turkish prosecutors have launched an investigation into Dogan Media Group, a partial owner of CNN’s partner network in Turkey and the newspaper 'Hurriyet.'
Curfews, Commandos, and a Car Bomb: Nine Dead as Fighting Escalates in Turkey
After a bombing by Kurdish militants killed two police officers in southeast Turkey, the government imposed a curfew and killed six fighters in retaliatory attack.