So far, more than 20 suspects in the coup investigation have been found dead in Turkish prisons.
According to the UN, Iraqi health facilities have treated more than 1,000 cases of suffocation in the area south of Mosul.
Almost 'normalized' but not quite: Israel completes its part of the deal, but Turkey's court refuses to dismiss the case against IDF soldiers and officers.
An Arab-Israeli couple has been indicted on accusations of visiting an enemy country and joining ISIS.
Russia's President Putin tells his people to prepare for nuclear war; US President Obama threatens a "massive cyber attack" on the Kremlin. Half the world hangs between.
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz and his Turkish counterpart met while at the World Energy Conference in Istanbul; the two explored the possibility of a natural gas pipeline from Israel to Turkey.
Neither Republican nor Democratic candidate offered realistic solutions for the escalation of the Syrian civil war, just north of Israel's border.
Energy Minister Yuval Steinitz travels to Turkey after Yom Kippur to attend an international conference and meet with President Erdogan.
There's a massive blast when an explosive-laden motorcycle detonates outside an Istanbul police station near Ataturk Airport.
Israel and Turkey will appoint new ambassadors to each other's countries on the same day.
Syria's northern city of Aleppo is now officially a "besieged" city under UN criteria.
Turkey is building a huge, concrete, razor-wire topped wall along its 900-kilometer border with Syria.
The White House has been watching helplessly as Putin suspended the treaty with Washington on cleaning up weapons-grade plutonium.
Israel has reportedly transferred the agreed-on $20M compensation payment to Turkey.
"Israeli tourists by now have figured that every place is dangerous, which is why economic considerations overcome security concerns."
The area outside the embassy was cordoned off and Police examined the bag the attacker was carrying and it either did not contain explosives, or the explosives were not activated.
Ishak Alaton was one of the founders of the Turkish Economic and Social Studies Foundation (TESEV) and the Open Society Foundation.
It's that time of year again, when pro-Gaza groups get antsy and they just have to launch a flotilla. This time, it's the women.
The official request claims that the July 15 coup attempt was carried out under Gülen's "command and control."
Russia and the United States have agreed to work together to impose a cease-fire in Syria, again. Almost no one believes it will last: even their own allies.
Gaza-based Hamas PM Ismail Haniyeh is traveling to Mecca for the annual Hajj pilgrimage -- and then to Doha and Ankara.
Senior German lawmaker Johannes Kahrs says a Law of Integration would solve the Jewish community fears being fed by recent events escalated by incoming Muslim refugees.
Last month, the Turkish government launched Operation Euphrates Shield with Moscow's approval and in coordination with the US Special Forces who are operating in the area.
The prime minister of Turkey has announced on national television that the long-time ruler of Uzbekistan has died.
The UK-based Jewish relief organization has helped thousands of refugees in Greece and Turkey, including thousands of children, over the past year.