By Justin Ling
Americans will now be fighting alongside both the Turkish military and Kurdish militias in its bid to push the Islamic State further south.
Islam Karimov's death was revealed by the Turkish prime minister on Friday, hours after the Uzbek government acknowledged Karimov was seriously ill.
The countries are both claiming responsibility for the airstrike in Syria that killed Mohamed al-Adnani, the Islamic State's chief spokesman.
The US is now facing a splintering of what was already a shaky coalition of forces who hold wildly varying priorities.
The Turkish forces are part of a coalition that includes Syrian rebels and American aircraft aimed at pushing ISIS from the Syrian border town of Jarablus.
By Tess Owen
Turkey's president says a boy as young as 12 carried out a deadly bombing near the Syrian border in the southeastern Turkish city of Gaziantep.
Three soldiers were killed and six others were wounded when a bomb hit a military vehicle in southeastern Turkey on Thursday, the latest incident of bloodshed.
By VICE News
Ankara is not compromising on its request that the United States extradite Islamic cleric Fethullah Gulen, who is in Pennsylvania, and who Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan and his allies blame for orchestrating last month's attempted coup.
"This visit seems to me a new milestone in bilateral relations," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said before touching down in St. Petersburg.
By Tess Owen
The Turkish president isn't done cracking down on the armed forces for the failed coup attempt, and now wants civilians to control them.
The rally came as rights group Amnesty International said it had received credible evidence of detainees being subjected to beatings and torture, including rape, since the coup attempt.
The decree comes after Erdogan declared a state of emergency on Wednesday, saying it would enable authorities to swiftly and effectively root out supporters of the July 15 coup attempt.
Professors are being fired or arrested for allegedly helping plot a failed coup. Now they live, they say, in terror of a crackdown — and even of their students.
After praising Turkey's Recep Tayyip Erdogan for his response to last week's failed coup, Donald Trump signaled that he would be willing to break with decades of US policy.
By Alberto Riva
The president didn't say what countries he suspects of trying to topple him. Now, he has the power to bypass parliament, for at least three months.
By Kayla Ruble
In the latest move against Turkey's academics and various state institutions, the ban was reportedly enacted to keep any coup plotters involved in academia from leaving the country.
The aftermath of the failed coup swirls with possible explanations of who tried to topple the president — who, in the meantime, is purging thousands of people.
By Justin Ling
The mystery of who is behind the plot to overthrow the government of Recep Tayyip Erdogan is deepening. Was it an attempt to preserve democracy and secularism, or a putsch from a Islamist conspiracy?