Recep Tayyip Erdogan's Turkey is not a U.S. ally.
Nadir Salifov was shot dead at point blank range while he was dining in the Boğazkent District of Serik, Antalya.
U.S. and Syrian forces were involved in a clash that the latter say killed one of their troops, while a joint Russia-Turkey patrol was targeted by a blast.
The Iraqi military said a "Turkish aggression" conducted by an unmanned drone killed two Iraqi Border Guard commanders and their driver.
Turkey is a very destabilizing presence in the Eastern Mediterranean region.
The U.S. must pressure Turkey to get out of Syria.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan is an Islamist dictator with neo-Ottoman regional ambitions.
The West must do a better job of deterring Erdogan's hegemonic ambitions.
Blast reported at Sakarya fireworks factory in the northwestern Sakarya province.
An amendment proposed by the Senate majority whip would allow the U.S. Army to buy Turkey's Russian-made S-400 defense system.
Turkey has persisted in its military campaigns in Iraq and Syria, targeting a Kurdish militia it has accused of training members of the left-wing, international antifa movement involved in protests across the United States.
"He was one of the worst administrators I've seen pass through here in three and a half years," Peter Navarro said.
"A president may not misuse the national government's legitimate powers by defining his own personal interest as synonymous with the national interest," John Bolton writes in his new book.
James Jeffrey said that the U.S. must stay the course in Syria and that it was not the same kind of large-scale, costly deployment as Afghanistan or Vietnam.
Throughout history, there have been various claims of people being struck and killed by meteorites.
Turkish and Turkey-backed forces targeted Kurdish positions in northern Iraq and Syria, even as the United Nations and French President Emmanuel Macron called for a global truce.
The social network took action yesterday after multiple researchers flagged over 9,000 profiles that appeared to be spreading content promoting the political interests of the UAE and Saudi Arabia.
U.S.-backed Syrian Democratic Forces have been sidelined by all sides dealing over their war-torn country's future, now the mostly Kurdish group hopes the Damascus government will grant them a leading role in the fight against a common foe.
Presidents Vladimir Putin of Russia and Recep Tayyip Erdogan of Turkey have reached a new settlement on the insurgent-held province of Idlib, Syria.
Brutal clashes have unfolded at the Turkish-Greek border as thousands of migrants, asylum seekers and refugees seek to enter Greece.
Russia accused Turkey of embedding its troops with outlawed militants in Syria's Idlib as both sides accuse their adversaries of plotting chemical attacks.
Turkish forces "mainly use our equipment, we want to make sure the equipment is ready when they need to use it," according to Turkey's state-run Anadolu Agency.
The Greek government has branded the claim "fake news."
After Ankara suggested it would not prevent migrants and refugees from leaving Turkey, thousands of refugees have headed toward the border with Greece.
Two Black Sea Fleet frigates passed the Turkish Straits carrying Kalibr-NK cruise missiles, as Syria's seemingly intractable war grew even more uncertain.
The conflict in northwestern Syria is in danger of spilling over after a Syrian airstrike killed 33 Turkish soldiers on Thursday.
Turkish Hatay province Governor Rahmi Dogan said that at least 33 Turkish troops were killed in airstrikes blamed on the Syrian government against their positions in the country's northwestern province of Idlib.
Syrian regime forces are pushing into the northwestern region of Idlib, the last significant area still under rebel control.
The insurgent-held province of Idlib is witnessing a surge in violence involving factions in the country's civil war and the international powers backing them.