The terrorist organisation threatens regional peace, conference participants say.
The European Commission's latest progress report on Turkey is considered balanced but joining the Union by 2023 may not be possible.
The two members of the international anti-ISIL coalition pledge to step up military and intelligence co-operation.
Turkey increases its security measures against possible ISIL attacks inside the country.
Local residents and officials search for solutions as hundreds of thousands pour across the border.
Turkey's modernisation of Pakistan's air force is seen as positive for stability.
The new strategy will be followed by an action plan to ensure reforms take place in areas key to the accession process.
Racist attacks on Kurds draw outrage from the public.
Spain's decision to deploy missiles and troops at Turkey's southern border demonstrates the Alliance's support for Turkey's security, experts said.
Turkey's first Hemsin magazine aims to revive the long-neglected language in written form.
A recent survey revealed that while most Turks support an international operation against ISIL, only half want Turkey to be involved directly.
The siege of Kobane threatens the peace process in Turkey and underlines the need for a solution to the Kurdish issue, experts said.
The proposal has been welcomed as an effort to increase cultural diplomacy between the two countries.
Kurdish schools refocus public attention on long-running controversy.
Organising mass protests and marches has become a routine part of women's lives in Hakkari as they start to practice their democratic rights.
Refugees from Syria and Iraq accuse ISIL of mass killings and cultural vandalism.
Using information provided by a NATO ally, Turkey apprehended a jihadist returning to Europe from Syria.
With the release of 49 hostages, questions linger about Turkey's role in the anti-ISIL coalition
Prosecutors are pursuing a coup indictment against the members of Besiktas football club's iconic Carsi fan group, but lawyers say the case has no merit.
Tourism can reduce stereotypes and nourish a peaceful future, officials say.