Is Turkish coup a sign that Erdogan has lost his grip?
George Friedman, Geopolitical Futures international affairs strategist, comments on the coup in Turkey. He speaks with Bloomberg's Mark Crumpton and Matt Miller.
Turkey's Erdogan says those behind coup to pay heavy price
Sections of the Turkish army have officially declared a coup, saying they have 'taken control of the country' as major bridges and Istanbul's main airport were closed and fighter jets were seen in the skies.
Dozens reportedly killed in Idlib airstrikes
Airstrikes in the Syrian city of idlib have reportedly killed dozens of people including children, with Turkey accusing Russia and Syria of responsibility.
Syria talks collapse: Deadly attacks continue
As those UN brokered talks break down again in Geneva, it's the civilians in Syria who are suffering. More than 60 people have been killed in deadly attacks across four provinces in the past few days. Andrew Simmons reports from Kilis on the Turkey
First migrants returned to Turkey from Greece
Greece deports the first group of migrants to Turkey as a landmark EU deal to stop the influx into Europe kicks in.
Syrian forces push deeper into ISIL-held Palmyra
Al Jazeera’s Omar al-Saleh reports from the Syrian-Turkish border on the latest from Palmyra.
Istanbul suicide attack kills 4, wounds 20: governor
A suicide bombing rocked a major shopping street in Istanbul on Saturday, killing four people and wounding 20 others just six days after a deadly attack in Ankara, Turkish authorities said.
Turkey mourns Ankara bomb victims, woman identified as attacker
Turkish security officials say one of two suspected perpetrators in a bomb blast that killed 37 people on Sunday was a female member of the outlawed PKK. The revelation comes as grieving families claim their loved ones at the morgue.