100 cancer patients to be evacuated from Gaza into Turkey

Turkey is spearheading a humanitarian mission to evacuate over 100 individuals from the conflict-ridden Gaza Strip.

Turkey’s stock market experienced a drop after the President shared criticism of Israeli and its allies

Turkey's stock market experienced a shock on Wednesday as President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan heightened his criticism of Israel and its allies.

Threats to LGBTQ media freedom in Turkey

Velvele, the Turkish LGBTQ online magazine, courageously confronts censorship and bigotry, amplifying voices and fighting for media freedom

Erdogan embarked on a three-state Gulf tour to strengthen trade and bilateral relations

Turkish President Erdogan's Gulf tour focuses on business and investment, strengthening economic ties and exploring new opportunities.

Turkish Lira hits record lows as Erdogan secures third decade in power

Lira hits record lows as Erdogan secures third term, raising concerns about Turkey's economy and his unorthodox policies.

Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s resounding victory as he extends his 20-year rule

Recep Tayyip Erdogan re-elected for a historic fifth term, extending his 20-year rule as Turkey's longest-serving leader.

Turkey-Pakistan relations: An evolving friendship

Recent Turkey elections have captured international attention, how this will affect the long-standing relationship with Pakistan?

Turkey’s historic election runoff: Erdogan vs. Kilicdaroglu

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan prepares for a closely contested second round against secular rival Kemal Kilicdaroglu.

Putin may visit Türkiye – Erdogan

The Turkish president hopes his Russian counterpart will attend the opening of a nuclear plant

Flash floods kill at least 14 in Turkish quake zone

Several more people were swept away by the rushing water, which turned streets into muddy rivers in areas hit by last month’s 7.8-magnitude quake, officials said.

Turkish earthquake survivors reconsider election loyalty to Erdogan

The deadliest disaster in Turkey's modern history devastated cities and towns and killed tens of thousands of people a month ago, mostly in a conservative stronghold that has heavily backed Erdogan and the AKP for two decades.

Ankara begins to rebuild for homeless by earthquakes as Turkiye-Syria death toll crosses 50,000

More than 160,000 buildings containing 520,000 apartments collapsed or were severely damaged in the Feb 6 earthquakes that killed tens of thousands in Turkiye and neighboring Syria.