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More US raids as ISIL advances in Syria
Efforts continue to repel Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant fighters as they advance within 2km of Kobane.
Last updated: 01 Oct 2014 18:51 GMT
How a women-only beach split Turkish society
The debate on the women-only beach in Antalya hints at the extreme poliarisation within Turkish society.
Riada Asimovic Akyol
Last updated: 31 Aug 2014 14:53 GMT
The internet bill: Is freedom of expression under threat in Turkey?
What will remain of Turkey's freedom of expression in light of the new internet bill?
Last updated: 08 Feb 2014 09:38 GMT
EU links Turkey's accession talks to rights
Bloc says Turkey has failed to protect fundamental rights, but urges 28-member group to reopen stalled membership talks.
Last updated: 16 Oct 2013 17:54 GMT
US concerned over Turkey-China missile deal
US reacts with alarm to news that Turkey chose Chinese company, slapped with US sanctions, to build air defence system.
Last updated: 01 Oct 2013 04:25 GMT
Turkey shoots down Syrian helicopter
Mi-17 helicopter shot down after it entered Turkish airspace, but Syrian army says Turkey acted in haste.
Last updated: 16 Sep 2013 22:21 GMT
Analysis: Turkey's divisive Ergenekon trial
Conviction of alleged coup plotters seen by many as Islamists' revenge against the army.
Last updated: 12 Aug 2013 14:59 GMT
Analysis: Turkey tumult and its consequences
Weeks of demonstrations could benefit AKP's grip on power - or be a game-changer.
Last updated: 17 Jun 2013 17:26 GMT
Turkey protesters refuse to leave Gezi Park
Protesters say they will continue "struggle" despite PM's pledge that park's redevelopment will depend on court ruling.
Last updated: 15 Jun 2013 10:15 GMT
Turkey protesters ponder reply to park delay
Demonstrators hold talks on how to respond to PM's decision to delay redevelopment of Gezi Park amid arrests in Ankara.
Last updated: 15 Jun 2013 07:28 GMT
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