Turkish authorities committed human rights abuses "on a massive scale" while trying to quell anti-government protests over the summer, Amnesty International says.
BBC: October 2, 2013
The European Court of Human Rights says Turkey must pay 5 million euros in damages to two Greek nationals who sought to acquire three buildings in Istanbul bequeathed to them by their late sister.
The State: October 1, 2013
Turkey's PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan has announced major political reforms, including new Kurdish rights and a reversal of the headscarf ban.
BBC: September 30, 2013
The Turkish government is voicing increasing frustration over its stalled bid to join the European Union. Ankara is now warning that the country’s future does not necessarily lie with the EU.
September 28, 2013
(Reuters) - Four children began classes this week at a Greek school on a remote Turkish island, becoming the first students to enrol here in almost 50 years and giving their tiny community hope of enduring in its ancient homeland.
Reuters: September 18, 2013
Clashes between anti-government demonstrators and Turkish police continued into the early hours of Monday in Istanbul.
September 16, 2013
Turkey's army has deployed anti-aircraft missile batteries along the country's southern border with Syria and the Turkish government has held crisis meetings to discuss the potential fallout from a possible U.S. attack on Syria.
September 11, 2013
Turkey plans to buy a share of the Adriatic Pipeline (TAP) project using its state pipeline company, Botas, the minister of energy and natural resources old the Sabah newspaper Monday.
International Business Times: September 3, 2013
Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has been at the forefront of condemnation of the overthrow of Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi, which he has blamed on an international conspiracy.
August 28, 2013