Turkish president tells millions at pro-government rally he would approve return of capital punishment
In his third presidential decree since the failed July 15 military coup, President Erdogan announces plans for sweeping changes across Turkish armed forces
The implementation of Mr Erdogan’s long-desired presidential system based on Islamic values is beginning to look inevitable, says Patrick Cockburn
Protestors have taken to the streets demanding the death penalty be reinstated in the wake of the failed coup
The Turkish president has long accused Gulen, a former ally, of trying to overthrow the government
Turkey has a long history of military coups, and its president has been overstepping the mark in recent years
Coup never likely to succeed once it had lost advantage of surprise
Turkish foreign minister Mevlut Cavusoglu demands return of seven military personnel and one civilian
Dutch Metro columnist has been detained for allegedly insulting Turkish President Erdogan
Co-operation between Western powers and Turkey is seen as vital in preventing other similar attacks by those linked to Isis
Dozens of activists, politicians and academics have been detained in Turkey as discussions continue over the refugee crisis
Our continued inaction on the refugee crisis is a betrayal of Britain's history and our values
Losing Turkey as an ally could make life more complicated for the US, but Turkey is no longer the asset it once was. Instead, it has become a liability and a destabilising actor in the region
After director Peter Jackson dismissed the creature as Gollum.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan: 'We have the proof in our hands. We will reveal it to the world'
Turkish President reveals Vladimir Putin refused to take his phone call after the incident on Tuesday morning