Turkey has warned the UN it may need help if the flow of refugees from Syria continues at its current rate.
BBC: April 6, 2012
Turkey anticipates that a meeting on April 26 with the European Union’s Internal Affairs Commission will yield progress on visa liberalization.
April 6, 2012
The two surviving leaders of Turkey's 1980 military coup go on trial charged with overthrowing the government.
BBC: April 4, 2012
Eastern Mediterranean tensions have risen since late 2011, when Greek Cypriots unilaterally began drilling in their rich offshore hydrocarbon reserves and Turkey responded with tough criticism and threatening naval manoeuvres.
International Crisis Group: April 2, 2012
Turkey’s Greek Orthodox citizens living on the island of Gökçeada (Imbros) in the north Aegean cannot buy property on the island, the Taraf daily claimed on Sunday.
April 1, 2012
Turkish lawmakers have approved a controversial education bill that allows middle school students to attend religious courses.
March 30, 2012
Turkey continues to show an arrogant and ever more harsh stance towards the solution of the Cyprus problem and at the same time she threatens the EU over Cyprus' Presidency of the Council of the EU the second half of 2012
Famagusta Gazette: March 28, 2012