Turkish College Shooting Incident Leaves 4 Dead

At least four people were shot dead in a gun attack at a university in central Turkey on Thursday. Local media report that one person...

Putin Extends Support to Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew

Ecumenical Patriarch Bartholomew spoke on the phone with Russian President Vladimir Putin, who was visiting Ankara, and exchanged good wishes for Easter. The Russian president...

Russia, Turkey Deepen Strategic Ties with Nuclear Plant

Work has begun on a huge nuclear power plant in Turkey which could deepen strategic and political ties between Ankara and Moscow. Turkish leader Recep...

EU Member States Object to Immigration Deal with Turkey

EU Member States raised objections over the immigration deal signed with Turkey, a Spiegel report says, citing confidential EU documents. The European Union has promised...

Turkish PM Takes Swipe at Greece, Cyprus over Sovereignty

Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim has said the country will "never tolerate certain circles which violate our sovereignty in the Mediterranean and Aegean" --...

Erdogan Recites Prayer, Honors Ottomans in Hagia Sophia

Turkish leader Recep Tayyip Erdogan recited a verse from the Quran in honor of Istanbul's Ottoman conquerors in the Hagia Sophia on Saturday, describing...

Turkish Drones to Patrol Aegean, Mediterranean (video)

It has emerged that a Turkish drone being used by the country's armed forces in Syria will fly spy missions in the Aegean --...

Turkey Rejects EU Leaders’ Condemnation

A statement by EU leaders decrying Turkey's "illegal actions" in the Aegean and eastern Mediterranean was rejected by Ankara on Friday. Turkish Foreign Ministry spokesman...

Experts Work to Restore Ancient Greek Theater of Laodicea

A 2,200-year-old theater located in the ancient Greek city of Laodicea will be restored with the support of the Denizli Metropolitan Municipality in Turkey. Laodicea...

Turkish Media Group Sale Sparks Press Freedom Fears

One of Turkey's largest collection of media titles is to be sold, sparking fears of a further erosion of the country's press independence. Reports in...