Turkey says bomber trained with Syrian KurdsNo group has claimed credit for Ankara blast that killed 35, but Turkey says female suicide bomber was linked to YPG in Syria.
Netanyahu condemns Ankara attackIn what some see as a sign that relations with Turkey are improving, Netanyahu expresses solidarity with Turkey following Ankara bombing.
Erdogan vows to defeat terror after Ankara attackTurkish President says he will "bring terrorism to its knees" after deadly car bomb in Ankara.
Turkey blocks social media following Ankara attackTurkish court bans access to Facebook and Twitter after images from Ankara attack were shared on them.
Watch: Car bomb in Turkish capital kills 32Camera catches huge explosion in Ankara that left 75 wounded, a month after Kurdish militants staged near identical attack.
Kurdish group claims Ankara bombingThe Kurdistan Freedom Falcons claim the suicide car bomb attack that killed 28 people in Turkey's capital.
Abbas condemns terrorism...in TurkeyWhile he refuses to condemn attacks against Israelis, PA chairman is quick to condemn terror attack in Ankara.
Erdogan vows to fight 'pawns' carrying out attacksResponding to Ankara attack, Turkish President says his country’s fight against "terror will grow more determined.
Turkey Continues to Reprimand IsraelTurkey once again rebuked Israeli charge d'affaires on Monday, days after meeting with her on the Turks denied entry to Ben Gurion Airport.
U.S. Envoy Dyes Hair Blonde in Response to MayorAmbassador John Bass hits back at mayor of Ankara who referred to State Department spokeswoman as "dumb blonde".
Ankara Mayor Attacks 'Dumb Blonde' Marie HarfMayor of Turkey's capital city Ankara attacks US State Dept. spokeswoman in bizarre Twitter outburst over Baltimore riots.
Mayor Arrested for Building Robot StatueCriminal complaint filed against Turkish mayor Melih Gökçek for using taxpayers money to erect a 6-meter robot statue in Ankara.
Turkish Election Board Rejects Request for RecountAnkara's provincial election body rejects opposition's appeal against the results of the local election.
3,000 Protesters Aim at Istanbul’s Taksim SquareOnce again, protesters tried to mass in Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square and were stopped by police with water cannon and tear gas.
Istanbul Protests Continue in Taksim SquareThousands gathered again at Istanbul’s iconic Taksim Square to express their discontent with the Turkish government's attitude.
Strikes, Demonstrations Continue Across TurkeyDemonstrations continued across Turkey Monday but slowly came under police control as thousands protested against the Erdogan government.
Turkish Gov't vs. Twitter, FacebookA spokesman for Turkey’s ruling AK Party on Wednesday labeled the Twitter social media website to be "deadlier than car bombs."
Tensions Rising, Turkish Police Attack ProtestersPrime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan orders police to "intervene" with protesters across the nation.
Turkish Diplomat Underlines Need for PeaceA veteran Turkish diplomat underscores the importance of renewing ties and maintaining peace with Ankara's former ally, Israel.
Israel, Turkey Discuss Possible Strike on Iran?Israeli envoy Yaakov Amidror begins to raise the issue of Iran in delicate talks in Ankara Sunday as negotiations discuss the Mavi Marmara.
Turkey Assigns Ambassador to 'Palestine'Turkey has become the “first state with an ambassador recognized by Palestine,” according to a headline in a Turkish newspaper.
Turkey's New Syrian Camps for Christians, KurdsTurkey is building new Syrian refugee camps for two minority groups, the Christians and the Kurds.
Kerry Meets with PA's Fayyad, Israel's LeadersUS Secy of State John Kerry met Monday with PA Prime Minister Salam Fayyad in Jerusalem ahead of ongoing talks with Israeli officials.
Israeli, PA Officials Meet in IstanbulAfter Turkey's leader calls Zionism a “crime against humanity,” Israeli and Palestinian Authority officials quietly meet in Istanbul.
Turkish PM Labels Zionism ‘Crime Against Humanity’Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan has again verbally attacked Israel in a public forum, this time at a UN conference in Vienna.
Israel Agrees to Let Turkey Ship Materials to GazaIsrael allows Turkey to ship materials and experts to Gaza despite Ankara's attempts to undermine the Jewish State in NATO.
Turkey, Iran to Unite in Joint University?Iran has announced plans for a joint university with Turkey to expand scientific and technological cooperation.
Outlawed Turkish Group Claims Ankara AttackThe Revolutionary People's Liberation Party claims responsibility for the attack at the U.S. Embassy in Ankara.
White House: Ankara Bombing a Terror Attack"A suicide bombing on the perimeter of an embassy is by definition an act of terror," says White House spokesman Jay Carney.
Netanyahu Condemns Ankara Terror AttackPrime Minister Binyamin Netanyahu sends a letter to U.S. President Barack Obama, condemns the attack on the U.S. Embassy in Ankara.
Turkish Bomber Was Member of Outlawed GroupSuicide bomber who killed one person in an attack on the U.S. Embassy in Ankara is a member of an outlawed leftist group.
Explosion at US Embassy in TurkeyTwo people have been killed and several people wounded in an explosion, likely a suicide bomb, outside the US embassy in Ankara.
Turkey to Ask NATO for Patriots on Syrian BorderTurkey is planning to ask NATO for Patriot missiles to help defend its southern region from Syria, said a highly-placed Ankara source.
Turkey to Return 3 Israeli DronesTurkey plans to return three tactical drones to Israel, allegedly due to "poor performance."
Turkey Rejects Israel 'Invitation' for Syria TalksTurkey has rejected an invitation by Israel to discuss the situation in Syria, according to Turkish media.
Turkey Grounds Armenian Plane for Security CheckAnkara ordered an Armenian plane to land in the city of Erzurum for inspection before allowing it to leave Turkish air space Monday.
US Warned Turkey of Weapons on Syrian PlaneThe US warned Turkey there was military cargo aboard a Syrian aircraft intercepted by Ankara Wednesday night – correctly.
Report: Kurds, Tehran Unite Against TurkeyA Turkish newspaper reports the Iranian branch of the Kurdistan Workers' Party terror group has struck a deal with Tehran to fight Turkey.
Turkey Authorizes Incursion to Syria 'If Needed'Turkish parliament has authorized cross-border military action, if deemed necessary by the government.
Turkish PM Again Rejects Ties with IsraelTurkish PM Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeated his refusal to heal his breach with the State of Israel.
10,000 Syrian Refugees Wait to Enter TurkeyMore than 200,000 Syrians have fled the savage civil war ripping apart their homeland this year. Now 10,000 are waiting to enter Turkey.
Turkey: Assad Gave Heavy Weapons to PKKTurkey's ruling AK Party accuses Syrian President Bashar al-Assad of “heaving heavy weapons” for Kurdish PKK terrorists in northern Syria.
Analysis: Can Israel, Turkey Climb Down the Tree?An Israeli delegation is quietly welcomed to Turkey to discuss finding ways for the two nations to climb down the diplomatic tree.
Israeli, US Navies Finish 'Reliant Mermaid' DrillThe Israeli and US Navies have completed a joint maritime safety drill once held together each year with Turkey.
Israeli Blogger Detained Near Syria-Turkey BorderA blogger with dual Israeli-US citizenship was detained in Turkey Saturday while reporting on Syria near the border in the Kurdish region.
Syria Shoots at Second Turkish AircraftSyria has attempted to shoot down a second Turkish aircraft searching for missing pilots, Ankara announced Monday.
Turkey Fears Syrian Conflict Spilling Over BorderTurkey has expressed fears the growing civil war in Syria is beginning to spill over its border. About 2,000 refugees arrived in 48 hours.
Protesters Call for Masses to March to JerusalemDozens demonstrate outside against the Israeli Embassy in Ankara, call for participation in Global March to Jerusalem.
Arab League Adds 17 Syrians to Travel BanThe Cairo-based Arab League has tightened its sanctions on Syria, listing 17 high-ranking officials on a travel ban to other Arab nations.
Turkey Hits Syria with SanctionsTurkey has struck Syria with a list of economic sanctions designed to break the regime of President Bashar al-Assad.
EU Adds More Sanctions Against SyriaOne day after the Arab League imposes sanctions against Syria, the European Union adds to those it has already levied on Damascus.
David Meidan is New Israeli Envoy to TurkeyFormer Mossad operative David Meidan has been appointed Israel's new envoy to Turkey in an effort to bring back warm relations with Ankara.
David Meidan's Next Mission: Israel-Turkey Talks?Israeli negotiator David Meidan may be heading to Ankara to work on thawing relations between the Jewish State and Turkey.
Counter Terror Group: IDF List is Turkish BluffA counter terrorism group says an alleged list of names of IDF commandos involved in the Mavi Marmara raid, published by Turkey, is bogus.
3 Dead in Terror Attack on Turkish CapitalAt least three people were killed and more than a dozen wounded after terrorists struck in a car bomb attack near a high school in Ankara.
Rishon Lezion Accepts Invitation to TurkeyIsraeli Sephardic Chief Rabbi accepts an invitation to visit Istanbul-based theologian Adnan Oktar in hopes of restoring diplomatic ties.
Report: Other Turkish-Israeli Ties Still StrongDespite diplomatic tensions, Turkey's business and pacifist community maintains that ties remain strong.