More than two dozen Turkish-backed militants have been killed in a powerful bomb blast that ripped through their gathering in Syria’s northern province of Idlib on Thursday.
The imprisoned leader of a separatist Kurdish militant group in Turkey has reportedly invited the Turkish government back to the negotiating table.
The Turkish government has sent an official request to the United States demanding the arrest of Pennsylvania-based opposition figure Fethullah Gulen on charges of “ordering” the failed July 15 coup d'état in Turkey.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has expressed his country’s readiness to join forces with the US in an operation allegedly aimed at retaking the Syrian city of Raqqah, the self-declared capital of the Daesh Takfiri terrorist group.
Press TV has interviewed with Soraya Sepahpour Ulrich, an independent researcher from California, and Michael Lane, with American Institute for Foreign Policy in Washington, to discuss Turkey's ongoing incursion into Syria and its purported goal of establishing a buffer zone along the joint border.
Press TV has talked to Stewart Brennan, a political commentator from Montreal, to get his take on Turkey's military offensive on Syrian territory.
Press TV has conducted an interview with James Jatras, a former US Senate foreign policy analyst, about Turkey saying its troops will stay in Syria as long as there are “threats” against the Turkish state.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan says Ankara will not allow any manner of terrorist activities on or close to its borders.
Kurds have staged a protest rally in the Syrian town of Kobani to warn Turkey against a potential military incursion into the town.
At least 35 civilians have reportedly been killed and 75 others wounded in fresh Turkish artillery fire and airstrikes on northern Syria.
Three Turkish soldiers have sustained injuries in an armed attack against a military vehicle in the country’s southwest, national media say.
The United States says it will provide air cover for what Turkey calls operation against Daesh in Syria, according to Reuters.
Press TV has conducted an interview with James Fetzer, a professor at University of Minnesota Duluth, about Turkish forces entering Syrian territory in what they say is an operation against the Daesh terrorist group in a Syrian city near the Turkish border.
One Turkish soldier has been killed and three police officers injured in clashes with militants of the Kurdistan Workers’ Party (PKK) in southeastern Turkey.
Turkey has once again threatened to scrap a refugee deal it has struck with the European Union (EU) unless the bloc grants visa-free entry into Europe to Turkish citizens by October.
Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim says Washington’s attitude to the extradition of Fethullah Gulen has improved since the abortive coup of July 15 in Turkey.
Turkey has rejected allegations of rights abuse made by the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights, criticizing him for the unacceptable remarks.
Turkey says it wants to increase the volume of natural gas it is currently purchasing from Iran in what could be a serious sign from Ankara that it wants to enhance economic ties with the Islamic Republic.
Turkey’s Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu said Friday Ankara has received "positive signals" from Washington over the demand for the extradition of Fethullah Gulen, the top US-based Turkish opposition figure.
Iranian Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif is set to pay an official visit to Turkey to hold talks with high-ranking officials of the neighboring country, which is still reeling from an abortive military coup.
The Turkish foreign minister says the parliament will in the near future ratify a recent agreement struck with Tel Aviv to normalize ties following a six-year stalemate brought about by a fatal Israeli attack on a Gaza-bound aid vessel.
Turkey says its views are concurrent with those of Russia regarding the need for a political solution to the crisis in Syria.
Turkey says it has formally placed upwards of 16,000 people under arrest on the suspicion that they played a role in the failed coup in the country last month.
Turkey has summoned Germany’s envoy to Ankara over Berlin’s move to prevent Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan from addressing his supporters during a rally in the German city of Cologne via video conference.
Turkey sacked nearly 1,400 military personnel suspected of having links with US-based opposition cleric Fethullah Gulen, whom Ankara blames for the recent botched coup in the country.