Besir Atalay, deputy chairman and spokesman of Turkey's ruling party said Central Bank governor Basci was very succesful
Deputy Prime Minister Akdogan believes Turkey's 'solution process' on Kurdish issue and terrorism would reach better stability ahead of June 7 general elections
Public servants must submit their resignations by Feb. 10 to be able to run in June 7 general election
Country to be divided into 85 election districts, from where 550 MPs will be elected
HDP co-chairman Demirtas calls bill 'package of insecurity.'
Turkey's opposition accuse government of 'covering up corruption allegations against former ministers'
Birgul Ayman Guler submitted resignation letter to parliament's presidency
Kemal Kilicdaroglu says CHP lawmakers will put minority groups’ problems on Turkish parliament’s agenda
Selahattin Demirtas gathered some 30 Muslim figures in Istanbul
Kemal Kilicdaroglu says unemployment is at the 'highest level' in Turkey
The draft law, which gives enhanced powers to police and modifies domestic security procedures, is expected to make it to parliament later next week
Turkish PM says 'no MPs forced to vote a certain way' in parliamentary decision not to send four former ministers to top court in graft case
A secret parliamentary vote in Turkey has decided not to send ex-ministers Bayraktar, Bagis, Guler and Caglayan on trial to face alleged graft charges
An inquiry commission’s report into alleged involvement of four ex-ministers in an alleged graft scandal has been submitted to the speaker’s office
The Turkish parliamentary speaker says he is not allowed to intervene in parliamentary commission’s investigation into graft accusations against four ex-ministers
Ahmet Davutoglu has cancelled his scheduled program for Friday and Saturday
Kemal Kilicdaroglu called attacker 'man who has a mental problem' and told reporters he did not know cause of protest.
The Grand National Assembly of Turkey will now give its final decision over the trial of four former ministers accused of corruption
Erdogan said that the president can use the powers granted to him by the Constitution to empower the goverment
Turkish deputy PM says there has been significant progress in Turkey’s "solution process" with the help of Turkish society
Turkish Deputy PM Arinc has reiterated Turkey's part in international fight against Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant
The biggest share of the 2015 budget was allocated to ministries of education and health with each getting $38B.
On Jan. 5, Turkish parliament's inquiry committee will vote yes or no for the trial of four former ministers accused of corruption
Pro-Kurdish HDP politicians meet Turkish deputy prime minister to push solution process forward, but claim many issues remain unresolved
Former Turkish foreign minister takes new CHP role; tells reporters: 'Solving Istanbul's problems is a ladder that leads to solving Turkey's problems.'
In phone conversation with EU's enlargement chief, Volkan Bozkir, says executive branch was not involved in Sunday's police operation
Arinc says the operation against the 'parallel state' is not a political move but part of a natural judicial process
While senior government ministers have backed the ongoing police crackdown in 13 cities across Turkey, the opposition parties have slammed the move.
While senior government ministers have backed the ongoing police crackdown in 13 cities across Turkey, the main opposition party has slammed the move
MP from Turkey's main opposition party elected as vice president of Socialist International
Turkish foreign policy also came under criticism when Turkey recently lost its vote to sit among five non-permanent members of United Nations Security Council
Suheyl Batum, a key Republican People's Party deputy, is first MP to be expelled from the party under the current leadership
Turkish-Azerbaijani media chiefs came together in a conference in Azerbaijani capital of Baku
Parliament Speaker Cemil Cicek said all countries in the region should collaborate in combatting the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant.
Republican People's Party lawmaker warns Turkey's reputation will suffer if action not taken
The MPs will work until the approval of the remaining articles of the 150-article 'bag of bills'
Following disappointing results in Sunday's presidential elections, the chairman of the Republican People's Party has agreed to hold a congress to discuss his leadership
Turkish president elect Recep Tayyip Erdogan said his party's Central Executive Board will decided who will replace him as prime minister on August 21
Turkey's main opposition party says President-elect Erdogan's duties will end after the announcement of official results on Friday.
President-elect Erdogan says it is "natural" for outgoing President Gul to come back to ruling AK Party - which Gul and Erdogan helped found - after his term ends this month
European Union Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu admonished 'unnecessary arguments' within the Justice and Development Party after a Twitter spat between lawmakers
"Gul accepted our invitation to return to the party without any hesitation," says Deputy PM Arinc
A group of lawmakers from the Republican People's Party have called for their party chairman to stand down following defeat in Sunday's presidential election
Following the election of Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the presidency, the ruling party will elect his replacement as prime minister on August 27
World media reports on Prime Minister's win in Turkey's first-ever presidential election to be decided by popular vote
The party goes through a healthy process. The ones who expect any troubles in our party will be disappointed as usual, says Bekir Bozdag
Ousted Egyptian President Mohamed Morsi among those hailing PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan's victory in Turkey's first directly elected presidential vote
Parliamentary Assembly of Turkic-Speaking Countries' delegation reports on election findings.
After Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan's victory in the presidential election held on Sunday, ruling Justice and Development Party are gathering to determine their new leader