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Families of jailed Turkish journalists shaken but determined

"We at least have the chance to see or hear them without a window between us, to hear their voice directly without using a telephone," said Yonca Sik, the wife of Ahmet Sik, one of Turkey`s most famous investigative journalists who is also jailed.

 

Istanbul police detain 26 suspected Islamic State members

Anti-terror officers in Istanbul detained 26 suspected members of the Islamic State jihadist group, Turkish media reported on Thursday.

India rejects Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir, terms them 'misleading'

India rejects Organisation of Islamic Cooperation's resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir, terms them 'misleading'

India on Tuesday reacted strongly to OIC resolutions on Jammu and Kashmir during its foreign ministers' meet recently.

Germany reviews arms shipments to Turkey amid row

In the months after the July 2016 coup attempt, Germany already blocked 11 separate arms export shipments to Turkey, including handguns, ammunition or weapons components.

Nearly 360 hurt in Turkey by earthquake: Health Minister

Ahmet Demircan said 358 people were hurt, of whom 272 were taken to hospital in ambulances. The rest went on their own.

Turkish PM Binali Yilidirm dismisses Berlin criticism, says Turkey as safe as Germany

Turkish PM Binali Yilidirm dismisses Berlin criticism, says Turkey as safe as Germany

Yildirim's comments to reporters after Friday prayers, came after Berlin warned its citizens that traveling and working in Turkey carried security risks.

Strong quake off Turkish and Greek coasts kills two, injures dozens

A powerful earthquake killed two people on the Greek holiday island of Kos in the early hours of Friday, also causing disruption in the Turkish tourist hub of Bodrum.

Nearly 80 injured in Turkey by earthquake: Report

Nearly 80 injured in Turkey by earthquake: Report

Many of the injuries were caused by people jumping out of building windows and falling after reacting in panic to the overnight quake, NTV broadcaster said.

Turkey minister accuses Berlin of harbouring terrorists, as disagreement heats up

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu on Thursday accused Germany of harbouring terrorists, comments likely to ratchet up the disagreement between Berlin and Ankara after Turkey jailed some rights activists.

Britain tells Turkey it will lift ban on in-flight electronics: Sources

Britain tells Turkey it will lift ban on in-flight electronics: Sources

Major airlines flying from Turkey to Britain include Turkish Airlines and British Airways, which is owned by International Consolidated Airlines Group.

Germany's Angela Merkel backs Foreign Minister's measures against Turkey

Germany's Angela Merkel backs Foreign Minister's measures against Turkey

Earlier, Gabriel cast doubt on Turkey's aspirations to join the EU.

Turkey PM Binali Yildirim warns Cyprus on 'untimely and dangerous' energy moves

Turkey PM Binali Yildirim warns Cyprus on 'untimely and dangerous' energy moves

Ankara has said it will take measures against Cyprus for engaging in gas and oil exploration around the divided island, arguing it has no jurisdiction to explore for hydrocarbons.

United Kingdom to lift electronics ban on Turkey flights

A source, who spoke on condition of anonymity, told state-run Anadolu news agency that British Foreign Minister Boris Johnson had phoned his Turkish counterpart Mevlut Cavusoglu over the issue.

Turkey slams German statements on arrested rights activist

In a statement published on Thursday, Turkey's foreign ministry said they have kept Germany's charge d'affaires in Ankara informed of Peter Steudtner's case, adding 'the independent Turkish judiciary must be trusted.'

US complains to Turkey after map of posts in Syria published

The US military says it has raised concerns with Ankara over the publication of what Turkey's state-run news agency says is a map of US military posts in Syria.

Berlin summons Turkish envoy over detention of German human rights activist

Berlin on Wednesday summoned Turkey's ambassador over the detention of a German human rights activist.

Saudi Arabia's airline says US laptop ban lifted

Saudia, also known as Saudi Arabian Airlines, was the last carrier to have its ban lifted.

Angela Merkel blasts arrest of German activist by Turkey as 'unjustified'

German Chancellor on Tuesday sharply criticised Turkey`s detention of German human rights activist Peter Steudtner.

Turkish government extends state of emergency rule for another three months

The extension followed weekend ceremonies to mark the anniversary of the abortive coup in which around 250 people, mostly unarmed civilians, were killed.

Turkey extends state of emergency for another 3 months

The Turkish Parliament on Monday approved a bill to extend the state of emergency for another three months, the fourth such extension since last July's failed coup attempt.