Fighting rages in northern Syria
Syrian government forces and allies lay siege to rebel-held eastern Aleppo, as Turkish-backed fighters drive IS from all the areas along its border, in two significant but separate developments in the multi-sided conflict.
Turkey launches fight against IS and Kurdish militia
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan announces first co-ordinated offensive into Syria against Islamic State and Kurdish militia on Wednesday.
Vote ends Turkey-Israel rift
The Turkish parliament has approved a reconciliation agreement signed with Israel in June, bringing a six-year rift to an end.
Turkey’s failed coup strains relations with the West
Turkey's relations with the West are becoming increasingly tense following last month's failed coup. Ankara is pushing Washington for the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, the man it blames for the coup attempt.
Massive Erdogan rally a show of strength after failed coup
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan tells over a million supporters at a rally in Istanbul that July's failed coup only makes their country stronger, while a Turkish sense of nationalism also hits his supporters in Washington D.C.
Turkey's President Erdogan defends government action
Turkey's president has told the US and European Union to 'mind their own business'. Recep Tayyip Erdogan was reacting to Western alarm about large-scale action against people suspected of being involved in the failed coup.