Turkish authorities detained journalists, a politician and a pollster on Wednesday and issued arrest warrants for another 105 people over suspected links to a US-based Islamic cleric blamed for a failed coup on July 15.
The European Union's top diplomats met Saturday with Turkish Europe Minister Omer Celik in an effort to reset the strained relationship between the two sides ...
Turkey, cracking down after a failed coup, applied pressure on two political fronts Tuesday as police raided 44 companies in Istanbul and a court ordered shut Ozgur Gundem, a major pro-Kurdish newspaper.
Turkey's ruling party on Friday ordered a purge from its ranks of supporters of US-based Islamic preacher Fethullah Gulen, accused of plotting last month's failed coup.
Turkey's top military commanders met on Thursday to replace almost half of their generals in a radical shake-up after the failed coup, as authorities shut down dozens of media outlets in a widening crackdown.
The number of foreigners visiting Turkey plummeted more than 40% in June, official data showed on Thursday, marking the biggest drop in at least 22 years as tensions with Russia and a series of deadly bombings kept tourists away.
Two Turkish generals serving in Afghanistan have been detained in Dubai on suspicion of links to the July 15 failed coup against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, a Turkish official said on Tuesday.
Turkey's state-run Turkish Airlines fired more than 100 employees, including management and cabin crew, as part of a purge at state institutions to root out supporters of an abortive coup, Turkish media reported on Monday.