US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will attend the Zurich signing that moves the neighbors toward opening their border. They have long been at odds over the issue of the Armenian genocide.
Seeking to expand its role on the Mideast stage, it promised Tuesday to send more water to drought-stricken Iraq, which faces its lowest harvest in a decade.
The 2006 antiterror law makes it a crime to take part in demonstrations supporting the outlawed Kurdistan Workers' Party (PKK).
The president fielded questions on Iraq before heading to Baghdad for an unannounced visit.
US president discussed Armenian massacre, democracy, and EU membership.
The US president's public backing of Turkey's bid to join the European Union irked France and Germany, but will help boost ties with a key Muslim ally.
Was it TV magic or intelligent diplomacy? A month before Obama's visit, Hillary charms Turkey in a talk- show stop.
Last week's arrest of senior military officers and the discovery of several weapons caches deepens the investigation into a suspected secularist coup plan.
Despite its secular roots, a major Kurdish political party is fighting to regain conservative Kurdish votes from the ruling party.
The country's courts and governments have banned 850 websites this year, including YouTube and Blogger.
Prime Minister Erdogan's party escaped being banned by only one vote. Now, say analysts, he must work quickly to bridge the divide between religious AKP supporters and secularists.
Seventeen people are killed and over 150 wounded in attacks that occurred hours before the country's highest judicial body rules on whether the governing AK party should be banned.
Since giving up his butchering business 10 years ago, Sait Sanli has helped settle 446 disputes – some stretching back decades.
Court will hear arguments on whether to shutter Turkey's Islamic-rooted ruling party.
The country's highest court is weighing whether to allow a motion to shut down the party, saying its Islamic initiatives cross a constitutional line.
Theologians are revisiting the collections of the prophet Muhammad's sayings that Muslims use as a guideline for daily life.
The country's leading secular opposition party has vowed to appeal this weekend's decision to lift a head-scarf ban to Turkey's top court.