Turkey's PM Steps Down as President Erdogan Tightens His Grip
Ahmet Davutoglu confirmed his departure on Thursday, saying that he wouldn't continue to lead the party if there was no consensus. A close Erdogan ally is likely to be elected in his place.
Rockets From Syria Strike Turkish Border Town in Wake of Merkel Visit
The attacks killed one person and injured 26 people on Sunday in Killis, where 110,000 Syrians have taken refuge from the war in Syria, just after senior European and Turkish officials visited the region to address the refugee crisis.
Turkey Blames Syrian Kurds for Ankara Attack and Vows Retaliation
The deadly bombing in Ankara was carried out by Syrian Kurdish militia with help from the PKK, Turkey said, as another bomb exploded in the southeast of the country.
Turkey Suddenly Remembers It's Part of NATO and Decides Not to Buy Chinese Weapons
A multibillion-dollar deal that would have put China firmly on the global arms market goes belly up, but China and Turkey are still friends.
Erdogan Expected to Tighten Grip on Turkey After Party's Unexpectedly Decisive Victory
Turkey’s increasingly authoritarian president and his ruling party won enough seats to form a comfortable majority in the country’s parliament in a snap election on Sunday.
Erdogan and His Party On Course for Huge Victory in Pivotal Turkish Election
Early results from Turkey’s second general election in less than six months suggest a major surge in support for President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his ruling party.