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Opinion & Analysis
17 Jun 2011 12:30 GMT
In a society still marked by deep gender inequalities, Erdogan's rhetoric about women's choices has real consequences.
14 Jun 2011 10:13 GMT
It remains to be seen whether Erdogan's good intentions on tolerance and inclusiveness translate into concrete policies.
12 Jun 2011 20:03 GMT
Election result obstructs Erdogan's plans to change the face of Turkey, says Al Jazeera's senior political analyst.
13 Jun 2011 13:24 GMT
Prime Minister Erdogan's victory brings aspirations of unity and increasing regional power for Turkey.
Programmes
16 Jun 2011 11:01 GMT
One of the fastest-growing economies in the world, Turkey gazes in many directions to become the superpower it once was.
14 Jun 2011 10:18 GMT
The AKP has won a third term but has fallen short of the majority needed to make unilateral constitutional changes.
News
Turkish media hails prime minister's third straight election triumph as columnists urge him to reach out to opposition.
Turks went to the polls on Sunday to give the ruling party a third term in office.
Prime Minister Erdogan's party however fails to get enough seats to unilaterally rewrite country's constitution.
The AKP's success may signal a new dawn for Turkey, but challenges remain before Erdogan can take his place in history.
As elections loom, Turkish parties are trying to tap the political power of the country's youth.
Turkey's vote is less about who wins and more about if they will secure the majority needed to amend the constitution.
String of government sites compromised by 'hacktivist' group in protest against online censorship, authorities say.
Many voters in Sunday's poll will look no further than surging economy when casting their vote.
For Turkish expats, voting is already under way at polling stations set up at airport custom gates. But some complain the system makes it difficult for those living abroad to exercise their right to vote.
Turkey's leaders must face up to Kurdish concerns, or risk provoking Middle East-inspired civil unrest.
Turks to vote in an election defining the political, economic, and cultural global space of their country.
Turkish PM says his party would have executed separatist Abdullah Ocalan if it had been in power.
Turkey ranks 138th in a global press freedom index, with hundreds of journalists in jail and many websites banned.
Kemal Kilicdaroglu has moved the CHP leftwards in a bid to broaden its appeal, and says the ruling AKP can't be trusted.
Prime minister goes into Sunday's election with "political stardom" in his favour, according to analysis for Al Jazeera.
An endorsement for Turkey's opposition from the prestigious publication draws an angry response from prime minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his supporters.
Turkish nationalists rally against self-rule for Kurds in main Kurdish city.
Hundreds of thousands turn out in Istanbul for Erdogan and his main opponent as election campaign enters final week.
The result of Turkey's vote is not in doubt but the parliamentary arithmetic holds crucial consequences for the country.
Parliament seat breakdown

Election in pictures