Days before an election, Turkey is cracking down on companies linked to a US-based cleric Fethullah Gulen. After today's raids, brawls broke out and police sprayed water cannon to disperse dozens of people.
Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu said that both the Islamic State and Kurdish rebels "are likely to have played an active role” in Saturday's suicide bombings.
Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu also said today that investigators are close to identifying one of the suspects that killed at least 97 people in the country's capital Ankara on Saturday.
Crowds gathered in Turkey’s capital Ankara on Sunday to mourn the victims of a bombing at a peace rally that killed at least 95 people and injured nearly 300 others.
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.
Security forces will lift a 24-hour curfew on the predominantly Kurdish town of Cizre, in southeast Turkey, after eight days of violence that have killed at least 19 people.
Members of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democracy Party attempted to reach Cizre after a police and military crackdown on the town. They were stopped in the early hours of Thursday morning.
Tensions are running high ahead of snap November elections following the collapse of a ceasefire between the Turkish government and Kurdish insurgents.
Photos of the naked, bloodied corpse of a Kurdish fighter killed by Turkish police have prompted calls for revenge and further complicated the struggle to defeat the Islamic State.
It is as yet unclear how so many IS militants were able to infiltrate Kobane, even under disguise, and avoid the many YPG checkpoints on its fringes.
Polls have closed in the Turkish election, with initial results indicating that the president's plans for constitutional change will not be successful.
Turkey will go to the polls on Sunday in a general election that could make or break President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's plans to vastly increase his own powers and further shape the country to his vision.