At least 95 people were killed after suspected suicide bombers targeted a peace rally organized by pro-Kurdish groups in the country’s capital.
At least 86 people were killed when twin explosions hit a rally of hundreds of pro-Kurdish and leftist activists outside Ankara's main train station.
An email sent to Clinton in 2011 reveals that the State Department tried to prevent the Washington Post from publishing details about the US sharing intelligence with Turkey about Kurdish militants.
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.
The Turkish military responded with airstrikes after an attack that could be the bloodiest assault since the collapse of a ceasefire in July.
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.