Merkel backs end to EU-Turkey membership talks
German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she would seek an end to Turkey’s membership talks with the European Union in an apparent shift of her position during a televised debate weeks before a German election.
Hundreds go on trial over failed Turkey coup
Nearly 500 suspects including military generals and pilots went on trial in Turkey on Tuesday, many of them accused of commanding last year's failed coup attempt from an air base in the capital Ankara.
In shadow of crackdown, Turkey failed coup
Turkey marking the first anniversary Saturday of the attempted overthrow of President Tayyip Erdogan -- even as the country remains in a state of emergency.
Turkey says U.S. laptop ban on flights lifted
A three-month-old ban on taking electronic devices such as laptops onto aircraft cabins on flights from Turkey to the United States was lifted on Wednesday, according to Turkish media.
Trump approves arming Kurds to fight Islamic State
U.S. President Donald Trump approves supplying arms to Kurdish fighters, part of an effort to retake the Syrian city of Raqqa from Islamic State, despite fierce opposition from NATO ally Turkey.
U.N. rights boss concerned at due process in Turkey purges
U.N. human rights boss voices deep concern at mass arrests and sackings in Turkey.
Turkey EU migration deal in jeapordy
Turkey's European Union Affairs Minister says it may be time to reassess the country's immigration deal with the EU in a row over visa-free travel.
Diplomatic dispute growing between Turkey, Netherlands
The dispute between Turkey and the Netherlands over Ankara's political campaigning among Turkish emigres worsened Saturday as a Turkish official was reportedly detained while the Dutch embassy in Istanbul was sealed off.