Anti-government protesters in Turkey are defiant despite the police sweeping through a camp in Istanbul. They're vowing to keep up the pressure on Prime Minister Erdogan, who has largely dismisssed their demands.
Turkey's president has warned Moscow it will face "consequences" after Ankara reported a Russian jet had entered Turkish territory. Russia has dismissed the claims as "baseless propaganda."
Against the backdrop of the Republican People’s Party (CHP) congress which starts on Friday, Turkey is grappling with the aftermath of a series of terror attacks. Anna Lekas Miller reports from Istanbul.
Suppression of the Gezi Park protests, press censorship, erosion of the constitution. But Erdogan and 'his' AKP party are still popular in Turkey ahead of Sunday's elections. Daniel Heinrich reports from Kayseri.
More than 20 people with injuries remain stuck in a basement in Cizre, as the government denies emergency amublance access. Turkey's Constitutional Court even rejected a petition to evacuate the building.
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