2 hrs ago | The Washington Post
In this photo released by the Turkish Prime Minister's Press Office, Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan, right, seen during a meeting with Khalid Mashaal, the Hamas chief in exile, center, and Gaza's prime minister Ismail Haniyeh in Ankara, Turkey, Tuesday, June 18, 2013.
5 hrs ago | The Toronto Star
Performance artist Erdem Gunduz has become the new symbol of anti-government protests in Turkey after his eight-hour vigil in Taksim Square on Monday earned him the nickname “the silent man.” Images of Gunduz standing quietly in the large, open square, the cradle of three weeks of often violent unrest, have struck a chord with ... (more)
6 hrs ago | The Epoch Times
A protester raises her fist and shouts a slogan during a demonstration on June 9, 2013, on Gundogdu Square in Izmir.
10 hrs ago | Sofia News Agency
Turkey has seen tireless civil unrest sparked by a police crackdown on a local protest over an Istanbul park.
14 hrs ago | WHBF-TV Rock Island
New airborne laser scanning data has uncovered a network of roadways and canals, illustrating an entire bustling ancient city linking Cambodia's famed Angkor Wat temples complex.
The anti-government protests taking place across Turkey have not bypassed Antakya, down near the Syrian border.
When Yanos Gramatidis, the president of the American-Hellenic Chamber of Commerce, looks west from his homeland, he sees an economically ravaged European Union.
Former NSA contractor Edward Snowden's leaks to the Guardian newspaper have thrown back the curtain on the world of diplomatic espionage, revealing - in explicit detail - how British spies monitor enemies and allies alike.
Labor unions and political foes of Prime Minister Recep Erdogan rallied by the thousands across Turkey Monday, hoping to capitalize on weeks of initially small-scale protest to register broader discontent.
Police fire tear gas as riot police spray a water canon at demonstrators who remained defiant after authorities evicted activists from an Istanbul park, making clear they are taking a hardline stand against attempts to rekindle protests that have shaken the country, near city's main Taksim Square in Istanbul, Turkey, Sunday, June 16, 2013.
German Chancellor Angela Merkel said on Monday she was shocked at Turkey's tough response to anti-government protests but she stopped short of demanding that the European Union call off accession talks with the candidate country.
Trade group Wines of Turkey is showing off the country's top reds and whites at a packed tasting at VinExpo fair in Bordeaux this week while heavy-handed regulations are making it harder than ever for them to sell at home.
The fourth person, aged 18, was arrested later that day. He remains in custody and will appear in court Monday.
The 2009 surveillance of the new Turkish finance minister, Mehmet Simsek, and the possible targeting of up to 15 members of his delegation to London, laid out in a GCHQ document seen by the Guardian, is a startling illustration of how far the UK's appetite for electronic eavesdropping has strayed beyond traditional cloak and dagger.
Along with the sunscreen, book, toys and snacks we haul to our waterside of choice this summer, we need a beach towel or two.
Riot police fired occasional bursts of tear gas in Istanbul on Sunday after a night of unrest to try to prevent anti-government demonstrators from regrouping ahead of a rally by Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan's ruling party.
Turkish riot police on Sunday sprayed tear gas and water cannons at demonstrators who remained defiant after authorities evicted activists from an Istanbul park, making clear they are taking a hardline against attempts to rekindle protests that have shaken the country.