Turkish police were targeted by terrorists for the second time in two days; this time in a town near the Syrian border.
Terrorists have again attacked Istanbul, killing 11 people and wounding 36 more on the first day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan.
Foreign Ministry Dir.Gen. Dore Gold Inaugurates Israeli Pavilion at World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul
Dr. Dore Gold cut the ribbon on the first Israel exhibit in five years at the World Humanitarian Summit in Istanbul.
Pres. Erdogan says Turkey will mend ties with Israel if Jerusalem agrees to allow Ankara to repair water, energy and infrastructure in Gaza.
ISIS declares a state of emergency in its self-declared capital of Raqqa -- but its reasons are not yet clear.
The Iranian pilot was flying for Turkish Airlines.
It is not clear how the resignation of Turkey's Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu will affect the talks between Israel and Ankara.
NATO invites Israel to open a permanent office at its headquarters in Brussels - a major diplomatic upgrade for the Jewish State.
A Muslim German national was startled to discover he was landing in Tel Aviv when he had booked a vacation flight to Dubai.
Two terror attacks in Turkey on Sunday left dozens wounded and two cops dead; Turkey continues to attack the PKK. But Israel shouldn't blockade Gaza?
Israeli military technology saved the lives of Turkish soldiers in Mosul when their tank was attacked by Da'esh.
PM Netanyahu flew to Russia to meet with Russian Pres. Putin on crucial security issues, the last day before the start of Passover.
In early February, Turkish president Recep Erdogan sought an audience with President Vladimir Putin, but he is yet to receive an invitation.
Two people are dead and more than a dozen wounded after 3 days of rockets fired at Turkey by ISIS in Syria.
Another bombing attack in Istanbul, this time at a bus stop in a central Istanbul business district, but on a Saturday night.
Israel and the U.S. are both warning their citizens to leave Turkey immediately due to concrete terror threats.
Negotiations for Israel and Turkey talked until midnight Thursday; they may be able to close a deal next time around.
Turkish President Erdogan's security team sadly proved the barbaric names his administration has earned.
US Secy of State John Kerry met "briefly" in Washington with his Egyptian counterypart and with Turkey's president, but said little of substance.
Turkish intelligence is warning that ISIS is actively planning to target Jewish children in an "imminent" attack.