Police seize 800-year-old Bible
Turkish police seized 800-year-old historical Bible and a Hebrew-embroidered edict on leather in an operation in Diyarbakir, a province in the south-east of Turkey.
Drone attack on two refineries of Saudi oil giant Aramco
Two refineries of Saudi Arabia's oil giant Aramco have been extinguished following an attack by drones.
Minister Soylu attends funeral of those killed in PKK attack
Turkey's Interior Minister Süleyman Soylu attended the funeral of those who lost their lives after an explosive detonated on the road by PKK members in Kulp, Diyarbakir.
Davutoğlu resigns from AK Party
Turkey's Former Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoğlu has announced Friday his resignation from his AK Party membership.
Friday khutbah in Turkey: The inviolable right to life
The khutbah read before the Friday prayers held throughout Turkey drew attention to the immunity of life and emphasized that the right to live is one of the values protected by Islam.
One more family joins sit-in protest: We want our child dead or alive
The number of families taking part in the sit-in protest outside HDP office in Diyarbakır has risen to 26 on Friday demanding their kidnapped children back.
US provides residential and land training to YPG
The United States has released footage of military training it has given to the PKK/YPG, which continues to tunnel and establish positions at Turkey's border.