Armenia says 1.5 million people were massacred by Ottoman forces starting in 1915 - but Turkey disputes their claim
His successive election victories led to Turkey being held up as a beacon for Islamic democracy. Now Erdogan has become impregnable
'The Kurds will defend themselves to the end' - PKK leader Cemil Bayik
The actor marked the 101st anniversary of a massacre of Armenians carried out by Ottoman Turks
The Queen might keep her political cards close to her chest but Her Majesty has occasionally let her guard drop
Israeli-born geneticist believes the Turkish villages of Iskenaz, Eskenaz and Ashanaz were part of the original homeland for Ashkenazic Jews
The dozen refugees taken to the Vatican will stand as an example to leaders and governments to do the right thing
A German law which prevents citizens insulting a foreign head of state could come into conflict with European human rights legislation, which values freedom of political expression
The report found the UK lags behind other rich countries in reducing inequality in child well-being
Andreas Scheuer argues 'political Islam' undermines efforts to integrate people in Germany
An individual who distributed video of the 'citizen arrest' has now been arrested.
The barrier is being built as a response to the anticipated flow of refugees trying to enter Austria from Italy
‘They aren't taking me back. I will escape. What would you do?’
'A dark day for the Refugee Convention, a dark day for Europe and a dark day for humanity'
'What I'm about to read is not allowed,' the young comedian says before reading
Luxembourg, with a population one hundredth of the UK, has committed itself to supply seven people