Turkey issue arrest warrants for more than 400 people in connection with the failed July 15 coup.
A Human Rights official says the Turkish constitutional changes leave no place for any checks on presidential powers.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Ankara primarily expects the Trump administration to extradite US-based Turkish opposition figure Gulen.
Turkish lawmakers have voted in favor of a controversial constitutional reform bill that would grant additional executive powers to President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkish lawmakers engage in physical fighting over a controversial bill on constitutional amendments.
Turkish lawmakers give their support to more articles of the draft constitution, which would give sweeping powers to the president.
The arrest warrants are issued as part of Ankara’s crackdown on those suspected of having links to coup plotters.
The United States vows to step up support for the Turkish forces by conducting airstrikes in Syria’s al-Bab.
Selahattin Demirtas, the Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) co-leader, has been held in custody for over two months.
The bomb attack occurred in Turkey’s southeastern province of Diyarbakir.
Turkish authorities announce the capture of the New Year Istanbul attack gunman, saying he has confessed to staging the massacre.
Turkish lawmakers approve the first reading of a constitutional amendment package aimed at boosting the country’s president.
Suspects Omar Asim and Abuliezi Abuduhamiti were arrested on Friday.
Turkish officials arrest the ex-chief of President Erdogan's security over links to the failed July 15 coup attempt last year.
The parliament in Tukey approves more articles of a constitutional reform package sought by President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The decline is attributed to multiple terrorist attacks in the port city.
"There is no difference between the terrorist who has a weapon… and the terrorist who is using the dollar," Erdogan said.
A brawl breaks out in the Turkish parliament amid debates on the ruling party’s proposed bill on executive presidency.
Israeli and Turkish officials are reportedly set to hold talks in the coming weeks on a ‘roadmap’ they are drafting to promote their relations.
Back in May 2015, Cumhuriyet posted on its website footage showing Turkish arms delivery to parts of Syria held by terrorists.
Opposition leader slams the potential ratification of constitutional changes endorsed by President Erdogan as a “betrayal” of the nation.
Tuesday's incident came on the heels of a series of attacks in Turkey over the past few says.
"We will not use our vote for this illegitimate reform while our deputies are unjustly under arrest and prevented from carrying out their duties," said an HDP lawmaker.
MPs vote to press ahead with debates on a new draft constitution, which would give executive powers to the president.
Turkey calls on the EU to resume halted talks on Ankara's membership of the 28-member bloc.
Clashes erupt between Turkish police and protesters over constitution changes that would expand the powers of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
The debates on the new draft constitution, which would give sweeping executive powers to the president, will last about two weeks.
The man was reportedly identified by police as a 34-year-old Uzbek.
Hundreds of flights are canceled as the Turkish city of Istanbul is blanketed with heavy snow.
Turkey has expelled over 6,000 more government workers over suspected links to the abortive mid-July 2016 coup.
The Cyprus talks are scheduled from January 9 to 11 at the United Nations Palais des Nations in Geneva, Switzerland.
Turkish prosecutors issue arrest warrants for 380 businessmen suspected of having links to Fethullah Gulen.
A fatal explosion has been reported near a court in the western Turkish city of Izmir.
Police said special operations teams conducted an operation in the Silivri district in the city's outskirts, detaining several people at a housing complex early on Thursday.
Turkish Defense Minister Fikri Isik makes a veiled threat over the US’s use of its Incirlik airbase.
The Daesh-affiliated assailant, who went on a shooting rampage at an Istanbul club, had reportedly entered Turkey via Syria.
Turkey approves the three-month extension of the country’s state of emergency.
Turkey declared a state of Emergency a few days after the abortive putsch last summer.
The two suspects were arrested on Tuesday after they entered the Ataturk International Airport.
The Turkish currency was thrashed earlier by an unanticipated sharp rise of inflation back in December.
Turkey has been the target of numerous attacks by different groups, including Daesh, in recent years.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim will be traveling to Iraq on Thursday, in a first visit by a high-ranking Turkish official since a dispute started in December 2015.
Turkish police release still images and selfie video of the suspect in the deadly attack on a nightclub in Istanbul.
Turkey’s deputy PM says the recent deadly attack in Istanbul won’t affect Ankara’s military drive in Syria.
Turkey detains eight people suspected of having links with the Istanbul’s nightclub massacre.
The Daesh terror groups claims responsibility for the attack on the upmarket nightclub market in the Turkish city that claimed 39 lives.
The first terror attack of 2017 killed 39 and injured scores of New Year's revelers as they were celebrating at the club in the Turkish city.
Turkish Foreign Minister Cavusoglu tacitly criticizes US provocation vis-à-vis Russia.
Turkish forces have arrested five senior members of the Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK) during separate operation in the southern part of the country.
A Turkish parliamentary committee approves a bill seeking changes to the constitution, including a switch to a presidential system of government.
A court in Istanbul orders the release of prominent novelist Asli Erdogan and linguist Necmiye Alpay.
Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu says there is no joint operation between Turkey and Russia in Syria's northern city of al-Bab.
Ankara says there is ‘no clear information’ to verify the authenticity of a Daesh video purportedly showing Turkish soldiers being burned.
Turkey says it has evidence that the US-led coalition is supporting Daesh and other terrorist groups in Iraq.
Of the officers on trial, 24 are under arrest, one on the run and the rest on bail.
A cook from a Turkish opposition newspaper is remanded in custody for 'insulting' Erdogan.
Turkey arrests a senior official of the pro-Kurdish Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) in Ankara.
Hundreds of people have recently been detained by Turkish authorities for questioning over suspected links to a failed coup or militant groups.
Turkey beefs up its forces along the border with Syria amid a fierce battle to capture the town of al-Bab.
Turkey arrests hundreds for posts on social media over the past six months.
Dozens of civilians, including women and children, fall victim to Turkish air raids in northern Syria in a single day, a monitoring group says.
Turkey has deployed its soldiers to the Bashiqa military camp on the outskirts of
Mosul, a move Iraq sees as a violation of its sovereignty.
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan defends police killing of the Russian envoy’s assassin.
An official from the Turkish Ministry of Education said 1,980 teachers and school employees had been placed under suspension.
Kremlin spokesman, Dmitry Peskov, says Moscow does not believe that the gunman acted on his own.
A Turkish paper says the police officer who murdered the Russian ambassador to the country was as a member of Erdogan’s security team.
Ankara makes arrests in connection with Monday's assassination of the Russian ambassador, as Moscow sends a team of investigators to Turkey.
Turkish and Russian presidents say the shooting dead of Moscow's ambassador to Ankara was meant to destabilize their ties.
The ambassador was speaking at the opening of an art exhibition in the Turkish capital.
Angry Turkish protesters attack the HDP office in the central Turkish city of Kayseri after a car bomb attack killed 13 people.
More than 50 high-ranking officers are arrested in Turkey as part of the large-scale crackdown in the wake of the July coup attempt.
Explosives planted in a car exploded outside a university in the Turkish city of Kayseri, also injuring at least 55 other people.
The New York-based rights group said in a report on Thursday that Turkey’s “assault” on critical journalism had accelerated after the putsch.
The EU has opened 16 out of the 35 chapters required for Turkey to join the bloc, but only one of them has so far been concluded.
Turkish media said two women were held as part of an anti-terror investigation.
A Turkish fighter jet on a training mission crashes near an airport in Diyarbakir.
Turkey arrests nearly 240 people over alleged links to Kurdish militants.
US military officials are concerned about more attacks by Turkey against Kurdish forces fighting to push Daesh Takfiri terrorists out of their de facto capital, Raqqah, in northern Syria.
Turkey’s Erdogan vows the fight against terrorism would continue “until the end.”
Twin bomb attacks rip through the Turkish city, killing 38 people and wounding 155 others.
Turkish authorities issue arrest warrants for 55 people on charges of affiliation to the Gulen movement.
The casualties were caused by Turkish airstrikes in the Gara region of northern Iraq.
A court in Turkey ruled that litigation must be dropped against four Israeli military officials over a commando raid that killed 10 Turkish humanitarian aid workers in 2010.
Europe’s leading human rights organization says Turkey has gone “too far” with emergency measures adopted after an abortive mid-July coup.
Turkish prosecutors order the arrest of 87 people linked to Istanbul University amid the ongoing post-coup crackdown.
Turkey is sending 300 more troops to northern Syria to reinforce the so-called Operation Euphrates Shield.
A top Erdogan advisor claims foreign chefs featured in Turkish TV shows are undercover spies.
Turkey demands the immediate extradition of all the eight Turkish soldiers seeking asylum in Greece.
Ambassador Martin Erdmann was summoned to Turkey's Foreign Ministry on Wednesday.
Amnesty International on Monday urged Turkey to facilitate the return of 24,000 displaced people to the Kurdish-majority city of Diyarbakir.
Israel’s first ambassador to Turkey since a severing of ties six years ago has taken office in Ankara.