Turkey and the United States agreed to train Syrian rebels to fight against ISIL, but experts say there could be challenges ahead.
Opinions are strong as citizens across Turkey discuss the nature of religious instruction for school children.
Iraqi Turkmen who fled from ISIL want protection for those they left behind, and political support from Ankara.
Amid the increasing threat of an assault by ISIL, Ankara moved soldiers and a historic mausoleum from a Turkish enclave to a Kurdish-controlled region of Syria.
Turkey and Armenia should look beyond recent tensions and re-engage in diplomatic relations, experts say.
A brutal murder has prompted calls for capital punishment, but experts say Turkey must educate citizens on gender issues in order to prevent violence.
Life in Kobane after ISIL is full of challenges as residents clear explosives left behind by the terror group.
Experts agree that Turkey's decision to extend its mandate in NATO's operation in the Gulf of Aden is strategically important.
Religious affiliation and other personal data will be stored on Turkey's new biometric ID cards, but some say the cards will improve security.
The announcement of Kobane's liberation from the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) was welcomed and cheered by the world.
Turkey has increased security measures in an effort to crack down on foreign fighters joining violent extremist organisations in neighbouring countries.
Finance ministers and central bank governors of the world's 20 leading economies say they will co-operate to freeze the assets of terrorist organisations.
The results of a new opinion poll raise questions about political speech, Islamic identity and the causes of violence.
Residents of the war-torn town feel more secure now that the fighting ended, but they are in urgent need of basic supplies from the international community.
For Turkey, investment in Somalia today means better African and international security tomorrow.
Opening new customs gates between Turkey and Iraq will contribute to better relations and co-operation on major issues, such as terrorism, experts say.
Turkey is increasing its facilities to house refugees from Syria and Iraq who have fled war and extremist violence in their home countries.
Turkey and the EU will share intelligence on airline passengers in an effort to keep foreign fighters from crossing into Syria and Iraq.
Ankara opens the doors to energy-hungry Europe to supply the continent's demand by co-operating with Azerbaijan.
Turkey and Nigeria should boost ties against the increase of terrorist attacks from radical Islamists, experts say.
The nation continues its effort to complete a comprehensive modernisation of its air force by replacing older aircraft with cutting-edge fighter jets.
The two Patriot missile batteries in Turkey will stay one more year along with German troops as part of a NATO decision to protect Turkey against an attack from Syria.
Journalists decry attacks on freedom of expression while Prime Minister Davutoglu warns against "insults."
The rising profile of Turkey in Africa makes it a frequent target of terrorist organisations, experts say.