Nine mine workers were trapped underground after a landslide at a gold mine in Turkey's eastern Anatolia region.
This week Turkey marked one year since the earthquake that killed more than 53,000 people in the country and left over 3 million homeless. Critics say the government hasn't met its promise to rebuild.
Turkish legislators endorsed Sweden's membership in NATO, lifting a major hurdle on the previously nonaligned country's entry into the military alliance.
The cost of a traditional Thanksgiving feast is slightly lower this year than last, thanks in large part to falling turkey prices. Overall grocery inflation has eased significantly in the last year.
The majestic gobble of the wild turkey no longer echoes as loudly through Georgia’s Piedmont region as it once did.
She came to the U.S. for grad school. She was lonely. Then came an invitation for Thanksgiving — no turkey (strictly vegan) but a spirit that touched her soul. And her mango lassi was a hit!
It's a tradition that ironically features an American president sanctioning an event sponsored by a lobbying group, which advocates the opposite of what actually takes place at said event.
Turkish warplanes carried out airstrikes on suspected Kurdish militant targets in northern Iraq after a suicide attack on a government building in the Turkish capital, Turkey's defense ministry said.
Experienced caver Mark Dickey, 40, suddenly became ill during an expedition with a handful of others, including three other Americans, in the Morca cave in southern Turkey's Taurus Mountains.
In talks in Sochi, Russia, President Vladimir Putin rejected efforts by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to revive a United Nations-backed deal to allow the safe passage of grain from Ukraine.
The multistory, below-ground structures in Diyarbakir — ID'ed by using ground-penetrating radar — may have sheltered some 10,000 people during wartime many centuries ago, archaeologists believe.
The Feb. 6 earthquake and its aftershocks left nearly 3 million displaced and in need of shelter. In the hard-hit city of Adiyaman, families wait for promises of new homes to be fulfilled.
Russian President Vladimir Putin says a part of the agreement that would have eased similar exports from his country has not been satisfied.
NATO's expansion is the exact opposite of what Russia wanted, says Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg. He spoke to NPR about its NATO's newest members, and when Ukraine might join them.
NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg says Turkey's leader has agreed to have Turkish parliament vote on Sweden's bid to join the defense alliance.