Turkish nationalist Sedat Peker has suggested Turkey should kill the presidents of European countries that defy Erdogan.
The Turkish leader has repeatedly lashed out at European countries while campaigning for votes in a referendum to increase presidential powers.
Will this all end with no deal, no EU reform and an independent Scotland?
Demonstrators in Bern held up a sign reading "Kill Erdogan with his own weapons."
Europe-Turkey relations have soured following the president's crackdown on opponents and spats over referendum rallies.
Prime minister criticizes Britain's Theresa May for standing in the way of a new independence referendum.
Demonstrators fear the April referendum will give the Turkish president license to go after Kurds if voters approve it.
Diplomatic rows could have serious consequences for one of the EU's most important policies.
The Netherlands became the latest European country to restrict campaigning for Erdogan's drive for sweeping new powers.
Scotland's First Minister has warned another independence vote may be "inevitable."
The Kremlin's military holiday coincides exactly with the day that pro-Russian forces took control of Crimea.
A series of trials of Catalan politicians should shock the democratic soul of any European.
The Supreme Court ruled that Edinburgh's devolved assembly did not need to be consulted on triggering Brexit.
The Russian president's spokesman took a swipe at claims Moscow interfered in the U.K. vote.
Renzi resigned on Wednesday after his referendum defeat.
Ousted PM insists he was right to call Brexit referendum that ended his career.
It is time for liberals everywhere to battle to defend their ideals.
Prime minister may resign if Italians reject the measure to reduce the size of the Senate.
Despite recent evidence, most referendums do not end in victories for populist solutions.
'The public discourse on the migrant issue has crossed the line into hate speech.'
Turnout for the vote was lower than the 50 percent threshold for a binding referendum.
Hungarian government denied the referendum turnout was low, despite falling under 50 percent.
Comments by Mark Rutte follow a bruising referendum result in April.