Turkey's energy minister says his country won't allow Cyprus's government to carry out a "unilateral" gas search off the east Mediterranean island.
Greece Letter: Links with Alexander the Great and fears of a land grab behind dispute
Turkish Foreign Ministry has strongly condemned the Dutch parliament's motion of recognizing Armenian "genocide" under Ottoman Empire in 1915, a term Ankara has all along rejected to describe this controversial event.
Questions are being asked about what Berlin may have offered in exchange for Deniz Yucel's release last week
By Suraj Sharma, Middle East Eye
Turkey’s incursion into northwestern Syria to attack the Kurds is another example of the ruthless and callous power games emerging in the war-torn country, writes Kersten Knipp for Deutsche Welle.
Turkey flatly refused U.S. requests that Kurdish groups be represented at talks in Geneva aimed at bringing an end to the civil war in Syria, Sabah newspaper reported.