Pegasus Airlines flight with 162 passengers on board overshot the runway in Trabzon, Turkey
Ankara warns Turks travelling to the US that they could face arbitrary detentions and terror-related violence in the country.
An Isis soldier who was shot in the head has been refused emergency surgery by Austria's interior ministry.
A man has fallen to his death while trying to take the perfect holiday photo at a Turkish landmark, Urfa Castle.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's administration is set to recruit about 43,000 military personnel in 2018.
The issue has also been raised at the Turkish parliament with the main opposition party claiming the photographs from the event show the children have been abused.
Isis fighters fleeing Iraq and Syria are thought to have headed towards Turkey, the route many British travelled to join the group.
The objects include a 3,000-year-old Mycenaean sword, a golden crown with an inscription of the ancient Greek sun god Helios and a bust of Alexander the Great.
Ismael Watson, formally Jack Watson, from Walsall, has been jailed for planning to join Isis before his pregnant wife told the authorities.
Hundreds of felines are set to live in their very own cat village situated in the northwestern Turkish province of Çanakkale, a local governor as announced.
Researchers found that American poultry is washed in up to four chemical disinfectants that do not meet EU safety standards.
Heads of state and top representatives of the Organisation of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) gather in Istanbul over Jerusalem.
The United States will cut off its supply of arms to Kurdish fighters in Syria.
The alternative energy source could help to curb fossil fuel use, as well as providing a method to safely dispose of poultry excrement.
Movie screenings, exhibitions and more by gay, lesbian, trans and intersex groups prohibited in Ankara.
The fortress, which once belonged to the Iron Age Urartian civilisation, was built at a time when water levels were much lower than they are today.
Ayhan Uzun filmed himself firing a gunshot into his head whilst broadcasting on Facebook Live. It was reported that his family and friends begged him not to kill himself.
Iraq's dramatic move against the Kurds came soon after they had fought side by side to rid the country of Islamic State (Isis/Daesh).
Archaeologists have discovered a 5,000-year-old toy chariot and rattle while digging at the site of Sogmatar city in Turkey
Director of Amnesty Turkey, İdil Eser, has already spent 100 days behind bars. Turkey has been accused of "frequent attacks on human rights".