The former Trump official is being investigated over a bizarre alleged plan to snatch up an enemy of the Turkish government and send him away on a private jet.
VICE News invited Enes Kanter over for dinner to talk about his fight with Turkey’s president—and play a basketball video game.
Ankara is not compromising on its request that the United States extradite Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is in Pennsylvania, and who Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and his allies blame for orchestrating last month's attempted coup.
Turkey, Enes Kanter's homeland, is having a tempestuous summer. If his online screed—and new last name of Gülen—is any indication, it hasn't been easy for him, either.
President Erdogan’s authoritarian purge has now spread to Turkish football.
Government critics are terrified that they'll be removed from their jobs, imprisoned, or worse.
The Turkish president isn't done cracking down on the armed forces for the failed coup attempt, and now wants civilians to control them.
The decree comes after Erdogan declared a state of emergency on Wednesday, saying it would enable authorities to swiftly and effectively root out supporters of the July 15 coup attempt.
The mystery of who is behind the plot to overthrow the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan is deepening. Was it an attempt to preserve democracy and secularism, or a putsch from a Islamist conspiracy?
Turkey's presdient said those behind the coup would pay a heavy price, but that it was "a gift from God" because it "will be a reason to cleanse our army."
President Erdogan has long accused exiled cleric Fehtullah Gülen of plotting against him, and he's going after people he says are Gülen loyalists.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses one-time ally Fethullah Gulen of conspiring to set up a parallel state, and has been engaged in a crackdown against his movement or anyone associated with it.