147 others have been injured in the attack
Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said it opened the way for possible Israeli gas supplies to Europe via Turkey
A video posted to social media by a human rights observer shows the moment police open fire on LGBT activists
Pontiff veers off prepared speech to directly refer to the massacre as a genocide
‘Our duty is to support the leader in this country’
'To try and suggest that there is a link between criminality and Turkish communities – it is scaremongering'
Authorities had reportedly banned the march this year as it coincides with the holy month of Ramadan
Syrian groups condemn 'massacre' – but Turkey denies reports
Politicians of Turkish origin warned not to travel to Turkey or risk personal security
Diplomatic ties between Turkey and the EU continue to worsen
In countries such as Finland, the sun sets for as little as 55 minutes a day at this time of year
There is no arcane historical legal argument but an embarrassing political case, in which three named Armenians – who are full US citizens – will assert their rights to land under the Incirlik Nato base in Turkey
The Turkish leader has also raised eyebrows by attempting to outlaw abortion and adultery
Soraya Bouazzaoui told the Prime Minister: 'I'm an English literature student, I know waffling when I see it'
Notably Angela Merkel – who still prays that Erdogan will keep back the refugees from the EU – chose to stay absent from the vote
Historians have estimated more than a million Armenians were killed by Ottoman forces between 1915 and 1917