A Turkish citizen who joined the Islamic State in September and was captured in early June by Syrian Kurds explained IS' induction process with chilling clarity
For the first time in half a century...newly elected parliamentarians who are open about the fact their heritage is neither Muslim nor Turkish
The AKP can no longer continue deriding its critics as it has previously done. But what options are now open to the party? By Cigdem Akyol in Istanbul
Erdogan's AKP has lost its absolute majority in Turkey's parliamentary poll. Michael Martens sends this analysis from Istanbul
The enmity between Erdoğan and Peres dates to Israel's murder of civilians during Operation Cast Lead and subsequent attack on the Mavi Marmara.
Pro-Islamic State groups ramp up their propaganda in Turkey and issue their first online periodical.
Two remarkable developments in Turkey on May 29 have increased concern of growing Islamization in the economy and society.
Two young men who exchanged marriage vows found that Turkey remains a long way from accepting same-sex marriage.
The minielection for the the Supreme Board of Judges and Prosecutors (HSYK) had a clear result: The government won, the Gulen movement lost.
Commentators have raised questions over Turkey’s participation in a US-led coalition, while polls show Turks split on their country's role in fighting IS.