A policy that British nationals who fought for the Islamic State group should instead face justice in the region is under review.
At least nine people are believed to have been killed and 46 injured after a high-speed train crashed in the Turkish capital of Ankara.
A farmer who received death threats for offering a service allowing consumers to meet, name and raise their Christmas turkey before slaughter, has said he "didn't expect to cause so much offence".
The Economist’s Turkey Correspondent, Piotr Zalewski has said that Saudi Arabia’s explanation of Jamal Khashoggi’s murder was “an insult to the intelligence of people”.
Turkish president, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, has said Saudi officials planned to murder the journalist Jamal Khashoggi just days before his death in Saudi Arabia's Istanbul consulate.
Theresa May will meet with Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and says she will raise human rights issues with him
Aweys Shikhey secured a five-figure loan to fund his jihadi mission before eventually being arrested by Counter Terrorism officers as he prepared to board a flight to Turkey.
It was feared some may cause unrest over Turkey's treatment of the YPG
The woman's husband has claimed the prison sentence is not severe enough
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has accused the US of creating a 'terrorist force' on Turkey's border
We're taking Tesco to task after customer Kirsten Shore told us her entire Christmas dinner had to be dinned due to the turkey
Turkey has claimed LGBT events could cause tensions between different groups and damage rights and freedoms
Germany has also reduced the number of surveillance jets as it says the strength of the terror group has lessened
Martyn Frampton, the co-head of security and extremism at Policy Exchange, spoke to Julia Hartley-Brewer about the think tank's report
Human Rights Watch says problems of getting Syrian refugees into education are magnified by lack of funds
The Turkish president reacted furiously to the decision to charge three security guards with assault relating to an incident involving Kurdish protestors in May
The military coup of 2016 has seen thousands of people arrested or sacked in its wake
The event was to do with the Kurdish region, which is a semi-autonomous area in Iraq, and its independence referendum
The attack occurred shortly after 9pm on Sunday, and the assailants were killed by security forces
Many of those protesting waved Palestinian and Turkish flags and chanted 'Istanbul and Jerusalem are arm-in-arm'
Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said Turkey 'cannot tolerate' Muslims being restrained during Friday prayers at the Al-Aqsa Mosque
A earthquake with a magnitude of 6.5 hit Greece and Turkey in the early hours of the morning and at least two people have died
Some people have had to swim to safety whilst others have been rescued by boats
Our host didn't hold back on the former Prime Minister in his opening monologue
Five lawmakers from Left and Green parties signed the complaint, thought to be the first of its kind in Sweden
Last year a failed coup took place in Turkey, now the anniversary is marked by Democracy and National Unity Day and some will be celebrating in Austria
Right-wing Parliament members Rabbi Yehuda Glick and Shuli Maalem have called for a meeting of the foreign affairs and security committee
Diyanet oversees religious activity in Turkey, and it says the Ibn Ruschd-Goethe mosque is incompatible with Islam because men and women mingle
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said he will fight 'politically and judicially' against the arrest warrants
Alparslan and Mutlu Surucu were acquitted of the killing of their younger sister Hatun in 2005
French authorities announced on Tuesday they had seized a large amount of Captagon in January and February
The pro-government agency Anadolu reported the 57 had been planning an operation against the Istanbul Stock Exchange
Donald Trump has authorised the weapons and military support of Kurdish forces fighting Isis in Syria
33-year-old Aine Davis had been arrested in 2015 in Turkey, and is understood to be part of the cell which included 'Jihadi John'
Specific criteria for human and labour rights, as well as anti-corruption measures, will be a deciding factor for who wins the hosting gig
The people were apprehended in raids on suspicion of being a part of a movement loyal to cleric Fethullah Gulen, who the government claims organised the coup
There's growing unrest as a number of bodies are claiming voting irregularities in how the ballots in Turkey's referendum were counted
At least four people have been reported to be wounded in the blast in Turkey
More than 70 people died in two attacks on the rebel-held town of Khan Sheikhun, and a Turkish minister has confirmed the use of chemical weapons
The BBC presenter's new BBC Two series, 'Turkey with Simon Reeve', explores the country in a series of instalments
Major Chris Hunter, a former bomb disposal officer who served in Iraq, spoke to Paul Ross about the new electronics ban on inbound UK flights from six Middle East and North African countries
President Erdogan has called on countries to respect democracy, human rights and liberties, whilst talking at an event for local journalists
The move comes after America implemented a similar policy via Donald Trump's executive order on Tuesday
There's been tension between Turkey and a number of EU member states after several rallies supporting him in the upcoming election
Rutter hit out at Wilders during a live TV debate, after he claimed the Dutch borders should be closed