Europe

Austrian Muslims denounce government mosque clampdown

The Austrian government has decided to shut down seven mosques and expel Turkish-funded imams.

Austrian Muslims denounce government mosque clampdown

Syria's War

What's next for Syria?

International actors, intra-rebel violence and tribal affiliations complicate prospects for peace in Syria.

What's next for Syria?

Middle East

Finest young talent on show at Istanbul music festival

This festival liaises with sponsors to support young talent while ensuring their educational needs are met.

Middle East

Declining levels in Iraq's Tigris raise fear of water crisis

Iraqis blame their government over water shortages, and Turkey decides to delay filling upstream Ilisu Dam.

Declining levels in Iraq's Tigris raise fear of water crisis

Middle East

Turkey's Yildirim says Turkish forces are 30km inside Iraq

Prime minister says Ankara will not hesitate to escalate offensive against the PKK fighters across its southern border.

Turkey's Yildirim says Turkish forces are 30km inside Iraq

Middle East

Turkey snap election: Europe-based Turks begin voting

Eligible Turkish voters living across Europe have begun to cast their ballots in Turkey's general election.

Turkey

What keeps Erdogan in power?

Circumstances of AK party's initial rise have helped it remain a dominant power 16 years later.

What keeps Recep Tayyip Erdogan in power?

Greece

Turkey halts migrant re-admission deal with Greece

Days after Greece released Turkish soldiers from prison, Turkey suspends migrant return deal.

Turkey halts migrant re-admission deal with Greece

Turkey

Turkey's presidential candidate looks to mend relations in region

Muharrem Ince says Turkey should have a role in promoting harmony across the troubled Middle East region.

Turkey's presidential candidate looks to mend relations in region

Syria's War

YPG announces withdrawal after US-Turkey deal

The move, long sought by Turkey, comes after top diplomats discussed the armed group's Syrian presence in Washington DC.

YPG confirms withdrawal from Syria's Manbij after Turkey-US deal

Turkey

Why Turkey’s military is not what it used to be

After several corrective measures after the 2016 failed coup, the military is enjoying better ties with the government.

Why Turkey's military is not what it used to be

Turkey

Turkey: Why did Erdogan call early elections?

June 24 elections take place during a state of emergency, economic concerns, and Turkey's regional interventions.

Turkey: Why did Erdogan call early elections?

United States

Turkey and US agree on plan to remove YPG from Syria's Manbij

Ankara says NATO allies decided on a timetable and method for withdrawal of Kurdish fighters from the city.

Turkey and US agree on plan to remove YPG from Syria's Manbij

Middle East

Turkey's Erdogan seeks voter support in Diyarbakir

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has sought to persuade voters in the predominantly Kurdish city to vote for him in June 24 polls.

Counting the Cost

Erdogan's currency woes: What's next for Turkey's lira?

Economist Charles Robertson discusses the issues behind Turkey's currency turmoil.