On Sunday, Turkey's foreign minister wrapped up a three-day official visit to Kosovo, the first leg of a Balkan tour that includes stops in BiH, Serbia and Romania.
Having fled violent oppression in Syria, thousands find themselves in refugee camps on the Turkish border.
Violence and political deadlock between the Turkish state and the Turkish-Kurd nationalist movement reaches a tipping point.
A large explosion on a Turkey-Iran gas pipeline halted supplies last week for the second time since the end of July.
Going into its second year, the KCK trial has advanced little, while it has spawned several political crises that have brought efforts to resolve the Kurdish issue to a standstill.
In one of the birthplaces of Christianity, worshippers continue to practice their religion side-by-side with their Muslim "brothers".
Scenes of Ramadan in Turkey include the usual public tents that give away free food to the poor, to the much-debated fast breaking at five star hotels and the protest reactions against them.
Analysts question internal divisions within the CHP.
Can women attend Friday prayer? This question is rising as more women attend service.
The Turkish government is preparing for what promises to be a heated debate on the constitution this fall.
Turkey has one of the highest rates of juvenile marriages in the world.
Turkey's current prison population tops 124,000, the highest in recent years, according to Justice Ministry data.
Turkish bloggers discuss whether the resignation of top generals represents an advancement or digression for Turkish democracy.
Due to weak official support for migrants and asylum seekers, NGOs and activists try to provide help, while the EU demands stricter border control.