Turkish Vice President Fuat Oktay says the tariff hikes were ordered 'within the framework of reciprocity in retaliation for the conscious attacks on our economy by the US administration'
The dispute between the US and Turkey raises questions over the future of their partnership and fans fears of a looming economic crisis in Turkey
(UPDATED) Meanwhile, Iran also slams Washington for its 'addiction to sanctions and bullying'
Trump on Twitter: 'I have just authorized a doubling of Tariffs on Steel and Aluminum with respect to Turkey as their currency, the Turkish Lira, slides rapidly downward against our very strong Dollar!'
Four people were rescued by the Turkish coast guard after the boat destined for Greece and carrying mostly Iraqi migrants sank off the Turkish holiday resort town of Kusadasi
It is Turkey's tit-for-tat response to Washington's sanctions on the Turkish interior justice ministers over the detention of an American pastor on terror-related charges
The boat was illegally on its way to Lesbos when it sank off Ciplak island overnight
'The change of attitude is Trump's problem, not mine,' Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan tells journalists during a visit to South Africa, calling the US threats 'psychological warfare'
Andrew Brunson's detention is a symbol of the problematic relationship between NATO allies Turkey and the US. News news of his release into house arrest boosts the Turkish lira, which gained almost 1% in value against the dollar.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claims there is 'no difference between Hitler's obsession with the Aryan race and Israel's understanding that these ancient lands are meant only for Jews'
Germany's foreign ministry also remove a warning on its website about its nationals facing a high risk of arrest when visiting Turkey
In a joint statement, the two countries say their foreign ministers met on the sidelines of last week's NATO summit in Brussels and 'agreed to normalize the diplomatic relations' between the Netherlands and Turkey.
Ukrainian authorities confirm journalist and blogger Yusuf Inan had been handed to the Turkish authorities after Kiev received a request to extradite him last October
But the opposition is angered by the government's submission of new legislation to parliament that apparently seeks to formalize some of the harshest aspects of the emergency
Recep Tayyip Erdogan, who has already transformed Turkey in 15 years of rule, takes his oath of office in parliament under the new presidential system denounced by opponents as a one-man regime
Turkey's transport ministry says the train was carrying 362 passengers when it derailed as recent heavy downpours caused the ground beneath the track to erode away
The Official Gazette says 18,632 people had been sacked including 8,998 police officers over suspected links to terror organizations that 'act against national security'
Erdogan will be sworn at the parliament, a presidential source, who asked not to be named, tells AFP. State media reports said the oath ceremony would be at 1300 GMT (9 pm, Manila time).
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(3rd UPDATE) Recep Tayyip Erdogan defeats his nearest rival Muharrem Ince with an 'absolute majority' of more than half the vote without needing a second round, saiys the chief of Turkey's election authority, Sadi Guven
(UPDATED) Analysts say the opposition's performance is all the more troubling for the authorities given how the campaign has been slanted in favor of Erdogan, who has dominated media airtime
High security is expected across the country for Sunday's snap twin presidential and parliamentary elections
'Our Prime Minister made the announcement. We have our system of taxis,' adds the Turkish President
Built at the end of the 19th century, this unique 6-storey structure once served as a home for Greek Orthodox orphans until it was shut down in the early 1960s
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(UPDATED) Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov says the 3 countries 'must help the Syrians finish cleansing their country of terrorists'
European Union President Donald Tusk says improved relations would depend on progress on issues, including the rule of law and press freedom as well as Syria
(UPDATED) The report cautions that the extraordinary powers handed to the authorities following the failed coup attempt had caused 'a continued erosion of the rule of law and deterioration of the human rights situation'
Meanwhile, Ankara-backed rebels advance against the Kurdish People's Protection Units in the enclave of Afrin in northwestern Syria
'Turkey's problems are not resolved just because we are set free. As journalists, our mission is to do our job fearlessly as we did before,' says Sabuncu
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The Ankara prosecutor says 12 suspects had been detained after it issued 20 arrest warrants as part of an operation against ISIS, state news agency Anadolu reports
The Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says the strikes on Kafr Janna were the third such raid on loyalist fighters in the enclave in less than 48 hours
The court in the southern province of Adiyaman convicted the janitor after it was found he raped children and would sneak into some of the pupils' beds, Hurriyet daily says
Ankara says the decision showed the US does not hear, 'and worse still, does not care about the voice of the international community’s conscience'
At least 250 civilians have been killed since the escalation began on Sunday, February 18, among them dozens of children, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights says
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'We are not going to act alone any longer, not US doing one thing, Turkey doing another,' US State Secretary Rex Tillerson says after the talks. 'We will work together... we have good mechanisms on how we can achieve this,' he adds.
The plane's debris and the bodies of the pilots are found by search and rescue teams 3 kilometers (less than two miles) from the base
76 countries, numerous international funds and global organizations and hundreds of investors have made pledges
The fatalities follow Turkey sending troops and launching air strikes against Kurdish militia in Northern Syria
Erdogan: 'We want full membership [in the EU]. Other options are not satisfactory.'
But there needs to be a 'political transition in Syria', leading to a new constitution and elections, says President Erdogan's spokesperson
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has threatened to expand the offensive against the Syrian Kurdish People's Protection Units (YPG) to Manbij, east of Afrin
Those detained are accused of making propaganda for the Syrian Kurdish Peoples' Protection Units (YPG) militia, deemed a terror group by Ankara and the target of Turkey's operation
The launch comes despite warnings that the operation could be militarily tough against an already battle-hardened foe and complicate relations with both Washington and Moscow
Russia said its troops were withdrawing from the area "to prevent potential provocation and exclude the threat to the life and wellbeing of Russian military"
Turkey has sent dozens of military vehicles and hundreds of troops to the border area amid repeated threats from top officials that an operation could be launched soon
Turkey accuses the YPG of being the Syrian offshoot of the Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) which has waged a rebellion in the Turkish southeast for more than 3 decades