Recep Tayyip Erdogan
Turkey nixes Istanbul Convention on prevention of violence against women. Why and what does this mean?
"Only 17% of respondents are against, and the president cannot overturn parliamentary decisions" - Turkey withdrew from the Istanbul Convention, commentary by opposition MP for JAMnews
Erdogan criticizes the West following the US statement that "participation in the escalating violence by external parties would be deeply unhelpful" and the call of the Armenian Prime Minister "to contain Turkey"
86 years later, the Hagia Sophia, one of the main symbols of Istanbul, is deprived of the status of a museum and is open for worship as a mosque
Turkish President Erdogan wants to ban Youtube, Twitter, and Netflix after social media users offended his daughter. 16 people who posted comments have been detained, another 15 are on the wanted list.
After the talks of the presidents, it became known that Turkey will provide military assistance to Ukraine
The document still has to go through the Senate, only then will it be signed by the US President
The anniversary summit is dedicated to supporting small and medium-sized businesses
The Turkish authorities deny there is inflation in the country and say that the price hike is the result of ‘businessmen sabotaging the market’
The recent expulsion of Turkish teachers from Moldova is but one of the numerous examples of Ankara’s growing influence in the country
President Recep Tayyip Erdogan spoke about the Nagorno-Karabakh conflict and the continued closure of the Armenia border
Since August, the US has implemented new economic sanctions against Iran, Russia and Turkey. JAMnews looked into the details of the sanctions and the reasons behind them
Erdogan, the current leader, has a strong rival. Everything you need to know about the candidates and their odds of success.
The supposed subject of the talks was Syria and support for its territorial integrity and independence
The cleric is now being charged with organising the murder of the Russian ambassador to Turkey in Ankara in 2016
Crucial information for the South Caucasus regarding the situation in the country - a war of clans or a battle for democracy?
JAMnews reports from Istanbul on a fateful choice by its mighty neighbor
Some say this is because the Turkish foreign minister called on Moscow to cut off its support for Syria’s Assad
BBC reports: as a constitutional referendum approaches, Turkey is in for its biggest political shake-up ever