Turkey and Syrian rebels have launched a joint operation against Syrian Kurdish forces, putting the U.S. and Russia in a difficult position.
Turkey's relationship with the U.S. has been strained for months.
There are now more journalists imprisoned in Turkey than in any other country in the world.
The United Nations will vote on whether to draft a motion to condemn Trump's Jerusalem announcement. Trump said he'll be watching and taking names.
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.
As Syrian Kurds build ties with the government to cement their stake, Turkey's role could threaten their leverage.
Trump lamented "the mess" he inherited in Afghanistan, Iraq, Syria and beyond, but promised "to get it all done."
The Russian leader simply walked away, but social media users cast doubt on whether he was the one to blame for the incident.
"Singing the national anthem in a disturbing way" is one of the latest prohibitions to hit the Turkish capital, as President Recep Tayyip Erdogan consolidates power.
For a long time it was wrongly assumed that activism, feminism and human rights were only threatened in only in non-Western countries, but what happened in Turkey could happen anywhere.
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.
Turkey boasts the second largest army in NATO but its government is growing ever closer to Russia.
Once assembled, the zombies began to dance and shake off their grey clay coverings to reveal colourful clothing or their naked bodies.
Transportation Minister Ahmet Arslan says new security measures will lead the U.S. to lift the ban.