An EU official warns that the continental bloc could rethink its relations with Turkey.
The news of the S-400 negotiations between Ankara and Moscow surfaced in November 2016.
Erdogan's lawyer lodges a complaint against a former French diplomat for inciting assassination of the Turkish leader.
Turkish protesters in Istanbul vow to stay on the streets until the recent constitutional referendum’s result is annulled.
The Turkish defense minister says Ankara is at the final stage of talks with Moscow to purchase Russia's S-400 defense system.
Turkey's main opposition party files an appeal at the country's highest administrative court against the result of the recent referendum.
Turkey’s justice minister says the European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) has no jurisdiction to rule on appeals against the result of a recent referendum in the country.
Turkey’s main opposition party says it will use all the democratic means to ensure a rerun of the country’s controversial referendum.
The head of the left-wing ODP movement said in a message on Twitter that he was being detained for demonstrating against the 'Yes' victory.
Italy calls for the release of an Italian journalist, who has been held in custody in Turkey for more than a week.
Russian President Vladimir Putin congratulates his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan over his victory in a referendum that boosts the Turkish presidency.
Turkey's minister for European Union affairs ruled out accusations against the national electoral board over unstamped ballots.
At least 14 people are killed in a copter crash involving senior officials southeast of Turkey.
US President Donald Trump has called his Turkish counterpart, Recep Tayyip Erdogan, to congratulate him on victory in a referendum.
Turkey extends a state of emergency in the country for another three months just one day after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan wins a referendum extending his executive powers.
Turkey's main opposition party calls for the annulment of Sunday's constitutional referendum.
Top European officials call on Ankara to seek broader national consensus as results show the population is bitterly divided over the reforms.
Turkey's president says the 'Yes' campaign has won a constitutional referendum which grants him vastly increased executive powers.
The 'Yes' vote leads with 51.20 percent as 99.99 percent of ballots are counted in Turkey's referendum on constitutional reforms.
Over 55.3 million Turks are eligible to vote in the referendum, over 1 million of them first-time voters. The results are expected on Sunday evening.
The controversial probe investigates the possible involvement of former US officials in the coup attempt of July 2016.
The Turkish president has slammed a report by the OSCE election monitor on campaign environment of upcoming referendum.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says Ankara could re-evaluate or suspend the EU migrant deal without visa-free travel.
UN rights experts condemn Turkey’s dismissal of up to 134,000 public servants, including teachers, in a post-coup purge.
A poll shows that 51.3 percent of Turks will vote in favor of constitutional changes in an upcoming referendum, while another 48.7 would vote ‘No.’
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accuses Germany of supporting terrorists and reviving Nazism.
A powerful explosion hits a police headquarters in the Kurdish-majority city of Diyarbakir.
The Turkish president says the EU leaders have gone “crazy” at Turkey’s growing economy, raising doubts about Ankara’s EU membership drive.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu claims Moscow has not taken necessary steps in the face of ceasefire breaches in Syria.
Turks, armed with knives and clubs, stormed into a makeshift housing and set fire to Syrian refugees’ tents in Izmir province.
The Turkish president says ‘Europe is no longer a center of democracy’ after some EU states cancelled Turkish referendum campaign rallies there.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara would welcome a US military action in Syria.
Dubbed Tigris Shield, Turkey's mission in Iraq will reportedly involve thousands of tanks, vehicles and artillery pieces.
Australia warned terrorists could target Anzac Day commemorations on the Gallipoli Peninsula in Turkey this month.
Syria's ambassador to Russia questions Turkey's claim about the end of its military campaign on Syrian soil.
A German deputy foreign minister calls for the immediate release of a German-Turkish journalist as a litmus test for Berlin-Ankara ties.
President Erdogan warned the Kurds hoisting the flag in Kirkuk could put the ties at great risk.
Turkey’s state-run Anadolu Agency says the latest dismissal brings to 4,000 the total number of the members of the judiciary purged so far.
The surprise announcement comes after Turkey announced the end of the country's seven-month long military campaign in northern Syria.
Turkey's main opposition leader accuses Ankara of conducting a ‘controlled coup’ in mid-July 2016.
More than 260 Turkish diplomats and government employees have applied for asylum in Germany since a failed July coup.
Turkey's inflation in March hit its highest annual rate in over eight years, official data say.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan refers to himself as a "guardian of peace" while calling on Kurds to vote “Yes” in the April 16 referendum.
The Turkish defense minister says his country may conduct other military operations in Syria as long as “threats” persist against Ankara.
The indictment needs to be approved by an Ankara court before a trial date is determined.
The co-leader of HDP, Turkey’s main pro-Kurdish party, is to start a hunger strike to protest prison conditions.
The remarks are a significant departure from the position of the former US government, which made any resolution of the Syria crisis conditional on President Assad stepping down.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announces the end of Turkey’s Euphrates Shield operation on Syrian soil.
The Turkish foreign minister has slammed a decision by a group of legislators in Iraq's Kurdistan to fly the Kurdish regional flag over government buildings.
A German state minister accuses Turkey of spying on the purported supporters of exiled opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Nearly 5,000 Turkish academics have been sacked by the government since last summer’s failed coup, Turkey's main opposition party says.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says German authorities are fascists because they tolerate swastikas being drawn on mosques in the country.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says a referendum may be held over the continuing of EU accession talks.
Some 250 people, including PKK supporters, staged a rally in Bern, calling for a 'No' vote in Turkey's April referendum.
There were five children among those killed after the inflatable dinghy sank on Friday.
Ankara calls in the Norwegian ambassador to protest Oslo’s decision to grant refuge to four Turkish asylum seekers involved in the failed July 2016 coup.
The Turkish president warns that Ankara may review its ties with the EU after the country's upcoming referendum.
The European Union says the death penalty is its red line for Turkey's EU membership bid.
The German ambassador was summoned and the Frankfurt rally was condemned in the strongest way, Ankara said.
The president's spokesman raises the possibility of another campaign rally in Germany despite recent cancellations in Europe.
Turkey voices support for Ukraine’s sovereignty and territorial integrity.
Some 30,000 pro-Kurdish demonstrators rallied in the German city of Frankfurt on Saturday calling for “democracy in Turkey.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says he will immediately reinstate the death penalty after an upcoming constitutional referendum.
The German foreign minister says the prospect of Turkey’s accession to the EU has never been so low.
Thousands of Kurdish protesters in the German city of Frankfurt rally against the Turkish president.
The Turkish president says Turks living in Europe should have five children to control the continent.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says the EU could "forget about" the refugee deal.
The Turkish opposition leader warns that Turkey can be taken over in one day if the proposed constitutional amendments are enforced.
Germany's defense minister warns about Turkey leaving NATO.
Ankara threatens to reevaluate its migration deal with the bloc, as Turkish and European officials engage in back-and-forth rhetoric.
Turkish novelist Asli Erdogan expresses deep disappointment at the court ruling to uphold her travel ban.
The Turkish president threatens the Netherlands with further sanctions, claiming the Dutch were responsible for the Srebrenica massacre.
President Erdogan calls the German chancellor a ‘terrorist supporter’ as a diplomatic row between Ankara and EU governments intensifies.
The EU and NATO call on Turkey to deescalate current tensions with the Netherlands, which began after a ban on Turkish ministers to attend rallies in Rotterdam.
Ankara formally complains to the Netherlands about the treatment of Turkish diplomats and demonstrators.
Turkey's president describes as 'shameless behavior' Dutch authorities' move to ban two Turkish ministers from holding pro-Ankara rallies in Rotterdam.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Ankara will respond in kind to the recent unacceptable behavior of the Dutch government.
Turkey seals off the Dutch embassy in Ankara for “security reasons” as the diplomatic row picks up between the two countries.
A group of Turkish journalists and opposition lawmakers protest the government's crackdown on the media.
Ankara summoned the Dutch diplomat after the Netherlands canceled the Turkish foreign minister’s flight permit.
The Netherlands has barred a plane carrying the Turkish foreign minister from landing, triggering pledges of retaliation by President Erdogan.
The Council of Europe censures a plan by Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to change the Turkish parliamentary ruling system to a presidential one.
Turkey has slammed as "biased" a UN report on human rights violations allegedly committed by its military in the country's southeast.
The Sikorsky S-76 helicopter came down shortly after takeoff from Istanbul's Ataturk airport.
The UN has accused Turkey of committing serious rights violations in the troubled southeastern regions of the country.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan accused Germany of “Nazi practices” last week after several Turkish ministers were denied permission to hold rallies in Germany.
Turkish PM Binali Yildirim says Turkey will not be part of any mission that includes the Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG).
Mercy Corps said it had been ordered by Ankara to immediately halt operations in Turkey.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has addressed supporters from a balcony in Hamburg after Germany cancels rally.
The chiefs of the general staff of the Turkish, Russian, and American armed forces reportedly meet in Antalya to examine regional crises.
Turkeys says it will not plan an attack on Syria’s Manbij without the coordination of US and Russia.