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).
An attack in the southeast that killed 44 at an engagement party was rooted in a blood feud.
The Habur Gate – a dusty two-lane checkpoint – may be one of the best routes out.
The small-town mayor of Batman, Turkey, is threatening to sue filmmaker Warner Bros. for using his locale's name without permission.
Amid daily fighting, including an clash Thursday that killed 10, unprecedented public criticism is mounting over an Oct. 3 attack.
Oil-pipeline routes, market leverage make struggle a 'battle for energy.'