Second from left: Transparency International chair Jose Ugaz.
Follow the money behind the likes of Transparency International and a picture starts to emerge.
EU leaders are to send refugees back to Turkey.
If this cruel proposal is all EU leaders can produce in response to mass human suffering, perhaps it's not a union worth saving.
Welcome to 'Erdoğanistan', where the government knows how to change a newspaper's tune.
Academic freedom is under threat in Turkey.
Academics and Kurdish areas have been targeted – but the backlash has begun.
With a deadly bombing in Istanbul and a furious roundup of dissident academics, the atmosphere in Turkey is as poisonous as ever.
Heightened security in Istanbul after the attack.
Tensions at home and abroad make the latest attack by Islamic State particularly difficult to bear.
Riot police prepare to move in on a protest against terrorism and espionage charges laid against two journalists who reported on Turkish weapon deliveries to Syria.
Firmly back in control after winning snap elections, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his AKP government are reducing democratic process to a rubber stamp for their undemocratic project.
These two powers have lurched between friendship and war for centuries.
Russian jet shot down on November 24.
In the wake of Paris and the Russian jet incident, Europe is facing the mother of all challenges over security and refugees. Where does it go from here?
The Turkish Embassy in Moscow under siege.
The downing of Russia’s plane by Turkish military forces over the skies of the Syrian-Turkish border has added yet another layer of complexity to the vortex of conflict in the Middle East. Most of the…
Ready to go.
At an incredibly sensitive moment, the world's leaders are gathering in an incredibly sensitive country.
AKP supporters cheer Turkey’s president, Recip Tayyip Erdogan.
After being humiliated at a summer election, Turkey's ruling party set about winning over the population with fear. It seems to have worked.
Picturing the victims of the Ankara bombing at an anti-government protest.
Only radical change can prevent civil war in a country fractured by the actions of its own government.
Protesters hold placards reading ‘we know who the killer is’.
Beleaguered president may about to receive an unequivical message from voters.
The shoes of a street vendor who died mark the site of the Ankara attack.
During the unrest of the 1990s, mysterious networks were said to have assassinated Kurdish fighters. Some believe they are still in operation.
Mourners demand answers in Ankara.
With a high-stakes election just weeks away, any number of suspects are in the frame.
Turkey's already illiberal democracy shows all the signs of slipping towards dictatorship. A civil war between its livid political factions could be next.
Tempers flare after the Ankara bomb attacks.
After a terrible summer of violence and political deadlock, things only seem to be getting worse for Turkey. Why?
Things are going from bad to worse in Turkey. Why – and where will it end?
Up in arms.
Turkey's political factions, hardly friends at the best of times, are more divided and mutually suspicious than ever.