An outbreak of hostilities would drive a stake directly into the heart of NATO.
There are now more journalists imprisoned in Turkey than in any other country in the world.
Fifteen universities, 1,000 schools, 28 TV channels, 66 newspapers, 19 magazines, 36 radio stations, 26 publishing houses, and five news agencies have been shut.
The latest visa move targets a key NATO ally and undermines an already tense relationship.
Erdogan is holding Brunson hostage in hopes the US will turn over a Muslim cleric living in Pennsylvania.
Erdogan was speaking near Times Square when pro-Kurdish protesters got into a scuffle with men in suits.
The messages were printed in a hotel in the Taksim district of Turkey's largest city.
Transportation Minister Ahmet Arslan says new security measures will lead the U.S. to lift the ban.
Police said that nine people were injured and one is in a critical condition.
The warning came a week before Turkey's president is due to visit Washington.
The ban came after two site entries accused Turkey of links to Islamist militant groups.
The Turkish leader earlier urged more Muslims to visit the city to support the Palestinians' claim to contested site.
The white and marmalade kitten was rescued by Turkish soldiers in al-Bab.
The Netherlands drama is inspired by Erdogan's perpetual quest for enemies.
The CIA has not confirmed the visit, but officials and media expect Pompeo Thursday.
Relations between the two countries soured after the Israeli commando raid on the Mavi Marmara in 2010.
The alleged gunman confessed to the mass murder after police captured him late Monday.
If the bill receives final approval from lawmakers, a referendum is expected in the spring.
A suicide bomb attack on a military bus in the central city of Kayseri last month killed 14 soldiers.
President Erdogan's state of emergency risks destroying the very fabric of Turkish society.