22 arrested in connection to Ataturk Airport attackTurkey arrests 22 after Istanbul airport attack, blames ISIS. ISIS angry at Turkey for supporting Syrian Kurds. Is a border war imminent?
Peres: My heart is with the Turkish peoplePresident Shimon Peres responds to the attack in Istanbul that left 41 dead.
Trump on Turkey attack: When will the world learn?Republican presidential candidate condemns Istanbul attack, says terrorism must be prevented in the United States.
'Everyone was fleeing and stepping on one another'David, an Israeli who was at the scene of the Istanbul terrorist attack, describes what he saw.
Istanbul bomber did not deliberately target IsraelisSuicide bomber claims he was trying to harm tourism in Turkey in general - not kill 3 Israeli victims.
Three wounded in Istanbul explosionPolice intentionally blew up suspicious bag, injuring two, only hours after US released warning about 'credible threats' in Turkey.
'Terrorist Israel' scrawled on Turkish synagogueAnti-Israel vandals target synagogue in historic Jewish quarter of Istanbul.
Turkey arrests three Russians as suspects in Tuesday's bombingTurkey has arrested three suspects, all of whom are Russian and allegedly have ties to ISIS.
Suicide bombing rocks central Istanbul squareTen reported dead in explosion attack near Sultanahmet Square; Erdogan says attack work of Syrian suicide bomber.
Five wounded in Istanbul metro station blastMayor says bomb caused blast that shut down subway system, after initial reports indicated one dead.
Gunmen Fire on US Consulate in IstanbulGunfire reported after bomb attack at a police station in Istanbul that injured at least five officers.
Seven Wounded in Bomb Attack in IstanbulBomb attack at a police station in Istanbul wounds five police officers and two civilians.
ISIS Jihadists Arrested in Istanbul for First TimeTurkey, after scandal of state smuggling arms to Syrian jihadists, nabs 21 ISIS members nationwide in major crackdown.
Turkish Police Turn Tear Gas, Water Cannons on Gay ParadeGay pride? Not in Istanbul, where liberal EU leanings clash with Erdogan's religious tone in central square.
Jewish Flight Lesson 101: No Connections Before ShabbatJewish passengers stranded in Istanbul without kosher food after flight delay from New York forced them to miss connection to Israel.
Turkey: Armed Men Seize Office of Erdogan's AKP PartyTwo intruders burst into district office of AKP in Istanbul, day after prosecutor taken hostage and killed in the city.
Istanbul Suicide Bomber was 'Widow of Norwegian ISIS Jihadist'Russian, Norwegian couple joined ISIS; widow returned to Turkey illegally and carried out suicide bombing in Istanbul.
Armed Attacker Arrested Outside Turkish PM OfficeMan armed with automatic weapon hurls grenade at police outside Dolmabahce Palace in Istanbul, where prime minister office is housed.
Watch: Turkish Mob Attacks US Sailors, Place Bags on Their HeadsVideo footage shows US Navy sailors surrounded by anti-American mob in Istanbul in shocking assault.
Istanbul Store Bans Entry to 'Jew Dogs'Rampant anti-Semitism on display in Turkish capital as centrally located store posts sign dehumanizing Jews; local Jews slam world apathy.
Six Killed as Turkish Government Accused of Vote-RiggingLocal election candidates battle it out with knives and clubs, as opposition activists say Erdogan rigging the polls.
Protests Rage in Turkey over Internet Censorship, CorruptionTurkish police use tear gas and water cannon to disperse protesters demonstrating against invasive Internet laws.
Turkish Court Orders Release of Lawmaker After 4 YearsJailed Turkish journalist and lawmaker released after more than four years in prison over his alleged involvement in a coup plot.
Israeli Mother, Child Stuck in Istanbul with Bad VisaAn Israeli doctor and her daughter are stuck in Turkey with a bad US visa, while five children are without their mother.
3,000 Protesters Try to March in 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 Iconic 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 Police Clear Taksim Square Using Tear GasWithin an hour of a warning from Erdogan, riot police clear Istanbul protesters with tear gas.
Erdogan: Israel is Happy About Taksim ProtestTurkish premier issued a final warning to protesters in Istanbul’s Taksim Square, giving them 24 hours to leave.
Turkish Gov't on the Warpath Against Twitter, FacebookA spokesman for Turkey’s ruling AK Party on Wednesday labeled the Twitter social media website to be "deadlier than car bombs."
Turkey: Police Use Tear Gas as Riots ContinueRiot police fire tear gas and rubber bullets at protesters in Istanbul; Erdogan says there will be "no more tolerance" for demonstrations.
Tensions Rising, Turkish Police Attack Protesters OvernightPrime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan orders police to "intervene" with protesters across the nation.
Exclusive: World’s Only Ladino Monthly Flourishes in IstanbulIstanbul’s Sephardic Center has just produced the 100th issue of the world’s only Ladino monthly newspaper in the city's ancient heart.
Erdogan on Protests: I'm No DictatorTurkish PM rejects claims that he is a dictator, points an accusing finger at the opposition and social media.
Two Killed in Violent ‘Arab Spring’ Rallies in TurkeyTwo people killed, 1,000 wounded as Turkish protesters clash with police.
Istanbul: Violence in Large Protest; Erdogan DefiantLargest anti-government protest in years hits Taksim Square; anger over "Islamization."
US Secy of State Returning to Israel, PAUS Secretary of State John Kerry is set to return to Israel immediately following a brief visit to Istanbul. He will also visit Ramallah.
US Secy of State Kerry to Visit Turkey Following Israel ApologyUS Secy of State John Kerry is set to visit Turkey on Sunday in the wake of an apology to Ankara by Israel over the Mavi Marmara incident.
Western-Backed Syrian Opposition Leader ResignsSyrian opposition leader Moaz Al-Khatib, head of the Syrian National Council, has resigned his post.
Syrian Nat’l Council in Istanbul to Choose Gov’t-in-ExileThe Syrian National Council began meeting Monday in Istanbul to choose a new government-in-exile.
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 Police Raid Dorms, Arrest Marxist Student ProtestersTurkish police raided university dorms and arrested 12 students last week following protests against PM Erdogan at a university event.
Turkey Begins 'Mavi Marmara' Flotilla Trial of 4 IDF CommandersAn Istanbul court is set to begin the trial of four top IDF commanders blamed by Turkey for a deadly 2010 clash on a Turkish flotilla ship.
Analysis: Can Israel, Turkey Climb Down From the Tree?An Israeli delegation is quietly welcomed to Turkey to discuss finding ways for the two nations to climb down the diplomatic tree.
Greece's 'Fuhrer' Wants Istanbul BackThe leader of Greece's neo-Nazi Golden Dawn Party said that Istanbul could be restored to Greek control.
70 Foreign Nations Meet in Istanbul Over SyriaAs regime forces continue to slaughter Syrians, foreign ministers debate if and how to arm rebel fighters against gov't troops in Syria.
Terrorist Bombing Injures 10 in IstanbulAt least 10 were injured when terrorists carried out an attack near the offices of Turkey's ruling party in Istanbul Thursday morning.
Report: Other Turkish-Israeli Ties Still StrongDespite diplomatic tensions, Turkey's business and pacifist community maintains that ties remain strong.
Trouble for Israel in the Skies Over Turkey?Turkish charter airlines cut back their weekly flights to and from Israel, and El Al is monitoring Israel's diplomatic crisis with Turkey.
Hizbullah Aimed at Israel in IstanbulA bombing attack in Istanbul two months ago turns out to have been aimed at Israel – by the Lebanese-based Hizbullah terror group.
Turkish Rabbi Assumed to Fear Defending IsraelTurkey’s Chief Rabbi publicly condemned Israel’s action vis-à-vis the Gaza-bound flotilla – proof, some say, that Turkish Jews feel at risk.