Airlines are cutting back on flights to some destinations in Turkey so they can switch aircraft to more lucrative destinations, especially in Spain
It was the latest reported attack on refugees after months of alleged violence at the border
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
'As civilians flee Isis fighters, Turkey is responding with live ammunition instead of compassion'
The comedian Jan Böhmermann is accused of insulting Recep Tayyip Erdoğan on German television
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
Kashmira Gander talks to the women behind a Hackney restaurant offering not only employment but a creative outlet
Officials said public squares and docks in Istanbul and Antalya were at particular risk
‘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'
Ankara has not managed to shut down migration flows in the past, and there is nothing to prevent the Turkish President, Recep Tayyip Erdoğan, asking for more concessions
Obama had voiced criticism of Turkey's media clampdown
He is prosecuting wars on all sides - and losing allies as a result
Azerbaijan’s defence ministry has announced a unilateral ceasefire against the Armenian controlled region of Nagorno-Karabakh