The operation is the largest in months and comes weeks after Turkey’s controversial referendum
Expect US-Turkey tensions to rise after the Turkish air force attacked Kurdish militants in Iraq’s Sinjar region and northeastern Syria just as the US-led coalition presses its offensive against IS in Raqqa
Trump’s no-questions embrace of Sisi doesn’t just color U.S.-Egyptian relations, Malinowski said: The rest of the world has noticed, and comes up when the United States tries to discuss human rights
A journey through villages in the war-torn southeast shows the story of last weekend's vote is anything but simple
While the Trump administration so far has failed to present a well-defined policy on Libya, the administration seems to be sending mixed signals
A violinist has given his first public performance in the Iraqi city of Mosul since so-called Islamic State took control there nearly three years ago
Jakarta’s first Christian governor in generations lost his reelection bid Wednesday, according to unofficial results, after a heated sectarian campaign that underscored the influence of hard-line Islamists in the world’s most populous Muslim nation
Opposition parties had objected to the decision to accept unstamped ballots in the referendum.
The Trump administration is quickly rekindling Washington’s once-ailing relationship with Saudi Arabia, and it’s on full display this week
Voting begins in runoff between Chinese Christian incumbent Ahok and Anies Baswedan, who analysts say courted Islamic vote to gain support
A new book argues that conversations about Muslims in America and Europe are about more than rights and freedoms.
For some, the French presidential election will alter the course of a troubled nation steeped in economic and social turmoil. For others, it will alter the course of a troubled continent, challenging the very existence of European integration.
Well farewell then Turkey. Or at least, farewell the Turkey of Kemal Ataturk.
A ‘little union’ with Kosovo is possible should Brussels turn its back on the region, Edi Rama tells POLITICO.
On Sunday, Erdoğan declared himself the winner of a nationwide referendum that all but brings Turkish democracy to an end.
With the battle over Turkey's constitutional referendum, state-paid imams have become Erdogan’s best advocates for the 'yes' campaign.
The vote may bring the biggest change in the system of governance since the modern Turkish republic was founded.
Dozens of buses arrive early on Friday in operation that will move tens of thousands of people out of four towns
Tehran and Moscow have boosted support for the Taliban, Afghan officials say.
Biographies of ‘homegrown’ European terrorists show they are violent nihilists who adopt Islam, rather than religious fundamentalists who turn to violence