Amount of refugees makes it a domestic issue for Turkey, says prime minister.
His obsession with a Kurdish threat hampers more urgent attention to the terrorist menace emanating from Syria and Iraq.
The one concrete measure that is likely to have an effect is the announcement that tour agencies are now banned from selling holidays to Turkey.
Russian president Vladimir Putin has said the shooting down of its jet would have “significant consequences, including for Russia-Turkish relations”.
From pasha's palaces and minarets to genocide memorials, the ancient Silk Road route is a compelling mess of contradictions.
A floating sculptural zoo and work by Aboriginal artists are the highlights of this year’s strange, ever-surprising Istanbul Biennial.
Over four million refugees have fled the conflict in Syria. The UN has described it as the world's largest refugee crisis in nearly a quarter of a century.
Turkey is preparing for a return to coalition government, hoping there will be no chaos and uncertainty that dogged such alliances in the past.
In a surprise victory for the opposition, the tables have been turned on the president's plans.
Ahmet Davutoglu is expected to hold discussions with the country's opposition party in the hopes of forming a coalition, after losing in the polls.
Turkeys political uncertainty has caused the lira to drop to a new record low, losing 4.0% in value against the dollar.
Instability could take root in Turkey's Parliament after President Recep Tayyip Erdogan failed to retain his majority in Sunday's general elections.
Will the country's voters have the power to clip the wings of their enthusiastic president?
A crisis looms as the prime minister opposes Recep Erdogan's desire to be a superpresident.
Hundreds of armed Turkish forces have entered Syria to evacuate troops guarding an Ottoman tomb.
A looming bloodbath is spurring a Kurdish revolt in Turkey that could spin out of control.
Erdogan is often categorised as a Western ally. This is a misperception. His vision of Turkey is of an emerging great power and regional leader.
Desperate women are seeking refuge from war in arranged marriages, despite reports of abuse.
Many Turks view the prime minister’s attack on a shopper as an acceptable part of Turkish culture