Father of Kanter apologizes to President Erdogan "for the shame of having such a child."
Turkey expects solidarity from its allies after the failed coup, writes Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu.
Friends of Sankari said he had been threatened by gangs because of his sexuality.
The arrests in the southern city of Adana come after the Istanbul airport attack.
Turkish president said that EU has paid only two million of the promised three billion euros ($3.3 billion).
Berlin and Vienna urged Turkey to show restraint after coup attempt.
Turkey's prime minister also announced that the country would suspend the European Convention on Human Rights.
Erdog`an is on the warpath. He believes he has a carte blanche to target enemies at home and perhaps abroad as well.
More than 260 people died during the attempted coup.
Istanbul member of ruling AKP party says failed coup is a "turning point" in history.
The Islamic State militant group has called on its followers to commit attacks during the Muslim holy month.
Ankara meanwhile says it won't negotiate with the party.
The bombing happened in a central shopping district in Turkey's largest city.
The Turkish prime minister said Europe is ignoring the threat, "as if dancing in a minefield."
The Kurdistan Freedom Falcons warns it will strike again in the country.
Air strikes come after Kurdish Militants blamed for killing 37 people in Ankara car bombing.
Security officials said first findings suggested the PKK or an affiliate group was responsible.
The country's largest newspaper ran pro-Erdogan stories after the government raided it on Friday.