Turks prefer a solution for the decades-long problem that would be provided by full EU membership.
Both have caused violence and instability in the border region, they say.
The public has become more accepting of LGBTI people, advocates say.
Rights activists and experts say there is an urgent need to take action against the rising number of domestic violence cases that result in deaths.
The Visa Information System is the first step to visa-free travel for Turkish citizens.
An independent judiciary is crucial to EU membership, they say, but Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan rejects the criticism.
Ankara decides to maintain troop deployment despite regional turmoil.
For the first time in 13 years, a Turkish foreign minister met with his Uzbek counterpart to improve strained ties between countries.
An international project is helping women from Turkey and Armenia break down stereotypes and promote solidarity.
Among the highest ranking places in the world for cultural heritage, Turkey is increasingly becoming an attractive destination for religion tourism.
The EU is determined to address potential security threats from jihad returnees from the Middle East.
A new report calls attention to the experiences of women as the statute of limitations on some cases approaches.
The once-banned language is thriving amid the peace process and democratic reforms.
The prime minister is urging lower interest rates, but officials at the Central Bank exert their independence.
Experts highlight the importance of a transparent financing process during the campaign.
New investments are stimulating the rural economy, agriculture officials said.
Istanbul's Besiktas Municipality will send a large delegation to Hakkari for World Peace Day.
Turkey's religious affairs directorate is organising religious leaders and experts to fight rising extremist threats.
Muslims across the world oppose groups like al-Qaeda and ISIL, survey finds.
The two countries agreed to focus on energy, construction and tourism sectors to deepen their economic ties.
A peaceful sit-in in Diyarbakir puts attention on mothers who are eager to see their children again.
Legal accountability for police violence remains elusive, victims say.
ISIL terrorists kept Turkish hostages in bad conditions and stole their trucks, drivers tell SES Türkiye.
The government is taking additional steps to try to stop the flow of foreign fighters through Turkey into Syria.
Germany and Turkey agreed to continue their "strategic dialogue" and close co-operation in the fields of foreign policy and security, despite some differences.
Analysts welcome the law's legal protections while calling for continued work on the new constitution.
Citizens from different countries in the region said they belong to Europe.
A new newspaper, Gazetem 8 Nisan, focuses on the Roma community. Proceeds will be used for the educational needs of Roma children.
Fourteen provinces are set to benefit from a programme offering grants for livestock.
Turkey commits itself to the protection of ruins in Izmir, Bursa and Cumalikizik by entering them in the World Heritage List of UNESCO.
ISIL's release of truck drivers vindicates the government's low-key approach, they say.
Deepening its partnership with the United Nations, Turkey steps up its development assistance on a global scale.
The newly ratified agreement will help Turkey move closer to full EU membership while opening a way for visa-free travels to Europe.
Opening the long-closed border would benefit Turkey's economy, business leaders say.
The transformation of Budak's police station to a middle school made it possible for more students to receive education.
Istanbul's Okmeydani district is the latest flashpoint in a long-running debate.
Government and international partners work to provide support as security conditions deteriorate.
Soap operas and health are the two most attractive topics for Arab tourists despite the political turmoil in the surrounding countries.
With European support, local organisations seek solutions to problems facing Roma people.
As members of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) continue their push in Iraq, media reports claim the group's leader Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi is planning to become the head of a caliphate.
Documents seized by Turkish police reportedly reveal ISIL's wish to conquer Istanbul, prompting a denunciation from the Presidency of Religious Affairs.
Turkey and Turkmenistan pledge co-operation on the delivery of Turkmen gas to Europe through Turkey in an attempt to break Russian hegemony.
A new project in Hakkari teaches local women the art of beekeeping.