Istanbul member of ruling AKP party says failed coup is a "turning point" in history.
Ankara was not pleased that Kurdish images were displayed in Brussels.
The Foreign Ministry spokeswoman lashed out at a parliamentary report.
The Conservative leadership frontrunner said the U.K.'s stance must be clear before negotiations.
Women in the top jobs would send a powerful message about who is fit to lead—and not just in times of crisis.
Even after 12 shadow cabinet resignations, Corbyn is standing firm against a challenge to his leadership.
Lawmakers have called for Corbyn's leadership to be debated Monday.
Parliament will be forced to consider the measure although Prime Minister David Cameron has said there won't be a second vote.
Parliamentary chairman Andrey Parubiy said NATO membership is "a matter of time."
Turkish members of parliament under investigation can now be charged.
The Ukrainian presidential envoy suggests that Russia uses hostages like Somali pirates or ISIS militants.
The German parliament on Thursday voted to class the Armenian massacre as "genocide."
Turkey had strongly warned against the decision in advance of the vote.
A symbolic vote would classify the 1915 massacre as a "genocide."
Twenty-eight politicians out of 32 said they had experienced harassment.
Upon her release, Savchenko is no longer just a symbol.
The pilot also said another world war could return Crimea to Ukraine.
A new draft demands state employees brief bosses on information they have shared online.
The law was drafted after a controversial case in the wake of the Ukraine crisis.
Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi wants to replace some ministers with technocrats in order to combat corruption.
Alexey Navalny has announced his Party of Progress will not run alongside the Parnas party.
The Kursk local politician could face two years in jail after a public act of defiance.
Over the past weekend alone, 11 people of the Attawapiskat First Nation in Ontario tried to kill themselves.