The move to strip parliament members Tugba Hezar and Faysal Sariyildiz of their parliamentary status was pronounced in the parliament on Thursday.
Amnesty International calls on the EU to pressure members to get Turkey “back into line” and halt its human rights crackdown.
The suspects including writers, cartoonists and executives from opposition mouthpiece Cumhuriyet will go on trial at the imposing palace of justice in Istanbul.
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan arrived in Kuwait after visiting Saudi Arabia as part of a regional tour to help resolve a dispute among several Arab countries in the region.
At least 61 people are arrested in Ankara after taking part in demonstrations held in support of two teachers arrested as part of the country’s post-coup crackdown.
President Erdogan seeks to defuse the diplomatic rift between Qatar and the so-called siege states.
A court in Turkey reissues arrest warrants for four rights activists previously released on probation.
The Turkish president criticizes German officials for scaring off investors as tensions escalate between the two countries.
Germany has frozen all arms shipment to Turkey after Ankara arrested several human rights activists, including a German national.
A powerful earthquake has rocked Greece and Turkey, leaving two people dead and over a hundred injured in the former country.
Germany says it would review state guarantees for foreign investment in Turkey and would urge businesses against putting their money there.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim announces a cabinet reshuffle, replacing or swapping 11 of the country’s 26 ministers.
A Turkish court decides to continue the detention of six activists over alleged links to terrorists and coup plotters.
Amnesty International slams a decision by a Turkish court to remand six rights activists in custody on terror-related charges.
The Turkish parliament approved government proposal to extend Turkey’s state of emergency for another three months.
The Turkish government asks parliament to extend by three more months the post-coup state of emergency.
At least 17 Turkish soldiers have been wounded when a roadside bomb planted by PKK terrorists was detonated in Turkey's southeastern province of Hakkari.
Turkish authorities issue arrest warrants for 127 more people on suspicion of links to the attempted military coup a year ago.
NATO's secretary general calls on Turkey and Germany to put an end to their dispute over MPs visiting Turkish air bases.
Turkey's main opposition party says the government is blocking a full investigation into last summer's failed coup attempt.
Turkey’s President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has unveiled a memorial statue honoring those killed during the country’s failed July 15, 2016 coup at the end of a paroxysm of patriotic gestures meant to mark a year since the putsch.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan warns that he will chop off the heads of traitors while the country marks the first anniversary of a failed coup.
Tens of thousands of people march in Turkey’s Istanbul to remember the failed coup of July 2016.
The Turkish ambassador to the US says Washington should help prove an Ankara government narrative that a US-based Turkish dissident was to blame for a failed coup in Turkey last year
Turkey has dismissed more than 7,000 people from their duties over alleged links to last year’s failed coup.
The Turkish foreign minister says Gulenists will greatly harm relations between Ankara and Washington.
Turkey is willing to pay $2.5 billion to Russia in order to buy the S-400 missile defense systems and the technology required to produce them, an official says.
A German court jails a Kurdish militant from Turkey amid tensions with Ankara.
Turkish police arrest a prominent film director who has made a controversial movie on Erdogan.
Turkey detains 44 people suspected of planning terrorist attacks in Istanbul last year.
A large fire has reportedly erupted at a military zone in Turkey’s southern province of Kilis, near the Syrian border, triggering small blasts.
Turkish President Erdogan has ruled out an immediate end to the year-old state of emergency.
Special police forces kill five suspected terrorists in a raid on their hideout in the central province of Konya.
Turkey extends the detention of a member of Amnesty International and other activists.
Nearly a dozen Kurdish militants die as Turkish warplanes strike PKK positions near the Syrian and Iraqi borders.
A group of Swedish lawmakers file a lawsuit against the Turkish president, accusing him of committing “war crimes.”
Turkey’s Erdogan warns energy companies against oil and gas deals with Cyprus.
Vienna denies entry to the Turkish economy minister over his plan to attend an event marking the 2016 failed coup against Ankara.
The Turkish president says he may travel to Saudi Arabia, Kuwait, and Qatar to help resolve a dispute between Doha and its Arab neighbors.
Turkey’s opposition leader addresses a massive crowd after ending the so-called Justice March in Istanbul.
The brutal double murder amid a groundswell of public hatred and racist attacks has raised new worries about the safety of refugees in Turkey.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan that Ankara will never permit a Kurdish state to be established close to its borders.
Amnesty International urges world leaders at the G20 summit to stand up to human rights violations in Turkey.
Turkey rejects any proposals to drop European Union accession talks, Turkish EU Affairs Minister Omer Celik said on Thursday.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country will remain loyal to Qatar.
Ankara slams a German art installation offering a car as a reward for killing Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan.
Turkey’s main opposition leader signs an appeal to a European court against the results of April 16 referendum.
A Turkish freighter comes under fire from Greek coast guard after it fails to comply with a stop order.
Government sources say suspected Kurdish militants have killed two officials from the governing Justice and Development Party (AKP).
A Turkish presidential spokesman says Ankara sees signs for finding a solution to the Qatari crisis.
President Erdogan slams Turkey's CHP opposition leader for a justice-seeking march.
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu has dismissed a request to withdraw all Turkish troops from Cyprus.
The Turkish president says US arming of the YPG in northern Syria is a mistake and Washington tries to trick Ankara.
The Turkish defense minister says Ankara wants a “joint mechanism” with Washington to collect arms from Syrian Kurdish YPG forces.
Turkey arrests five suspected would-be bomb attackers near the border with Syria.
The US defense secretary says the Pentagon will take back weapons supplied to Kurdish PYD militiamen after Daesh defeat in Raqqah.
Turkey deploys military reinforcements, including soldiers, vehicles, and equipment to northern Syria, says a UK-based monitoring group.
Turkey’s top opposition leader challenges the president to resign if it is proven that he is influencing the Judiciary.
Turkey’s opposition chief says he is undeterred by prosecution threats from Erdogan.
Mass food poisoning affects at least 731 soldiers at a military barracks in the western Turkish province of Manisa.
Saudi Arabia arrests two reporters of Turkey’s TRT TV channel during the Turkish foreign minister’s visit to Mecca.
Turkish authorities free the top adviser to Prime Minister Binali Yildirim detained on suspicion of links to the Gulen movement.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan calls on Saudi Arabia and the US to join the political process in Kazakh capital, Astana, aimed at ending the Syria crisis.
The Turkish foreign minister has arrived in Saudi Arabia to end a growing row between Persian Gulf Arab states with Qatar.
The Turkish president slams US arrest warrants against his security aides for assaulting protesters in Washington.
Russia's State Atomic Energy Corporation wins approval to go ahead with building a nuclear power plant in Turkey.
Turkey's main opposition party starts a 400-km protest march from the capital Ankara to an Istanbul prison.
A top UN court condemns Turkey’s jailing of a senior judge of the tribunal over links to last year's coup.
A Turkish court has convicted a prominent lawmaker from the main opposition party to 25 years in prison over revealing state secrets.
Turkey sends a military team to Qatar to assess deployment of troops in the country, amid embargoes against Doha.
A Turkish columnist has said the United Arab Emirates spent $3 billion to finance the coup attempt in Turkey.
An earthquake with a preliminary magnitude of 6.2 has shaken western Turkey and the Greek island of Lesbos, scaring residents and damaging buildings.
The protesters held up banners depicting US President Donald Trump and leaders of Saudi Arabia and Egypt, in which they were seen placing their hands on a globe during a ceremony last month.
The head of Amnesty International in Turkey is indicted for alleged links to opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says his country will continue to support Qatar in a dispute between Doha and several other Arab countries.
Ankara slams a decision by Iraq’s semi-autonomous Kurdistan region to hold a referendum on dependence from the mainland.
The Turkish president approved legislation to deploy troops to a Turkish base in Qatar one day after the bill was rushed through and passed in the parliament.
The Turkish parliament approves the deployment of troops to Qatar amid widening rifts in the Persian Gulf region.
Taner Kilic, along with 22 other lawyers, have been arrested over their alleged links to the Gulen movement blamed for the 2016 coup attempt.
Turkey says Germany’s removal of its troops from the Incirlik air base will be of little consequence.
Turkey says it will strip citizenship from 130 overseas nationals over terror charges unless they return to the country.
Turkey says it still bans German MPs from visiting Incirlik military base, while Germany seeks to relocate troops.
Turkish security forces have killed at least eight PKK militants in the Kars province.
German Foreign Minister Sigmar Gabriel says he will attempt to “normalize” ties with Turkey during his upcoming trip to Ankara.
The Turkish premier's chief adviser is detained over suspected links to the Gulen movement.
Turkish people have marked the seventh anniversary of a deadly Israeli attack on a flotilla carrying humanitarian aid to the besieged Gaza Strip.
Demonstrators rallied in the Turkish city of Istanbul to mark the fourth anniversary of the 2013 anti-government rallies that became known as the Gezi Park protests.
Thirteen Turkish troops are killed in a helicopter crash in the country’s southeastern Sirnak province.
Ankara says one or several foreign spy services aid the followers of President Erdogan’s archenemy, Fethullah Gulen.
The EU has proposed a one-year timetable to Turkey to renew relations between the two sides.
Turkey arrests two employees of the opposition newspaper Sozcu over their alleged links to US-based opposition figure Fethullah Gulen.