A Turkish court declared the ban unconstitutional, in another blow to Prime Minister Erdogan's Internet-censorship efforts
Istanbul correspondent detained while on air as Turkey remains starkly divided
They may face 3-15 year sentences; 19 suspects are still in custody following a deadly mine explosion last week that killed more than 300 people
Although Turkey's prime minister has survived a string of controversies, the coal mine disaster in Soma carries specific risks to his populist image
Turks are demanding answers as the death toll from Tuesday’s explosion in a coal mine in the country’s west reaches 284
ISTANBUL — Three people were arrested on charges of negligence in the Turkish mining disaster that killed 301 people, a prosecutor said Sunday. The suspects were...
At least 151 workers were killed when a coal mine in western Turkey caught fire on Tuesday. Energy Minister Taner Yildiz said 787 people were inside at the time...
From under 200,000 at the start of 2013, Turkey is now home to over 700,000 Syrian refugees—and with no end in sight for the conflict in Syria, that number is...
Alleged recordings of conversations between Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan and his son were leaked on Monday
The Turkish leader’s authoritarian streak is the most important issue ahead of key elections
According to a new study
Tayyip Erdogan bill broadens authority over judiciary after anti-corruption investigation
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan escaped from a sweeping graft probe at home to visit Iran in hopes of easing tensions over the region's handling of...
Official denies report an alleged bomber tried to divert the flight to Sochi
Web restrictions come amid a government corruption scandal
The massive corruption scandal that has rocked the Turkish government, may be bad for its Prime Minister, but good for Turkey in the long-term
Tayyip Erdogan said he believes he's been targeted in a power struggle
Growing response to sweeping public corruption probe
An astonishing series of arrests this week hint at a power struggle between Turkey's Prime Minister and the Gulenists, an influential Islamist movement, that was...
(ANKARA, Turkey) — Two Cabinet ministers whose sons have been arrested in Turkey's corruption and bribery scandal have resigned. Economy Minister Zafer Caglayan...