Turkey launches airstrikes against Kurdish rebels after Ankara bomb attack
The Turkish airstrikes targeted the PKK bases in Gara, Hakurk, Metina and Qandil, Xinhua news agency reported, citing a statement issued by the ministry on Sunday evening.
1 terrorist killed, another dies in explosion near parliament buildings in Ankara
The blast was the first in the Turkish capital since 2016 and took place less than a mile from the parliament building, hours before lawmakers were due to return for its reopening after a three-month summer break, the Guardian reported.
Turkey: Two officers injured in blast near parliament
Two attackers arrived in a commercial vehicle around 09:30 (06:30 GMT) and carried out the attack, Yerlikaya added.
Turkey neutralises 605 'terrorists' in Operation Claw-Lock in Iraq
In Operation Claw-Lock, 605 "terrorists" were "neutralised," and 670 caves and shelters of the "terrorists" were destroyed, the report quoted sources from the Turkish Defence Ministry as saying on Sunday.
Turkey condemns 'attacks' against Quran in Netherlands
"We condemn the spread of these provocative attacks, which aim to humiliate our religion and its believers, in European countries where they are tolerated, and these acts of hatred are allowed under the guise of freedom of expression," the Ministry said on Saturday in a statement.
Turkey may part ways with EU if necessary: Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Turkey would make its own assessment on a recent report adopted by the European Parliament, in which the EU criticized Ankara for failing to make progress in several areas to revive its membership talks, the Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan added. "After these evaluations, we may part ways with the EU if necessary," Erdogan warned.
Turkey condemns Quran desecration in Denmark
"The Danish authorities must act within the framework of their international responsibilities and take the necessary measures to prevent these heinous acts that fuel hatred against the religion of Islam and its billions of followers," the Turkish Foreign Ministry said in a statement.