Make Thanksgiving last all week.
There’s ALWAYS room for dessert.
Recep Tayyip Erdogan made the remarks to a group of women activists during a conference on women in democracy.
Thanksgiving? More like Angstgiving.
“We’re at a stage in Syria where our principles aren’t going to help us.”
When turkey carving and seldom seen relatives come together, things can get weird.
There no evidence of “meaningful recruitment” by ISIS in UN camps, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees said on Thursday. But previous reports show that recruitment is definitely taking place in other camps.
Nobody will ever know that butter isn’t on the table.
For this ice cream, we give thanks.
Give thanks. You can make a great Thanksgiving dinner without the entire turkey.
Shouting “Yankee go home,” the members of the Turkish Youth Union tried to place plastic bags over the sailors’ heads. Twelve nationalists were arrested, but were released on Thursday.
Forget the old bird. These veggie-heavy mains will get YOU clucking.
Don’t forget to put yogurt on EVERYTHING.
Sugar doesn’t make kids hyperactive and turkey doesn’t make you sleepy.
An exclusive ground-level look at the illicit oil trade that has made ISIS the world’s richest extremist group. BuzzFeed News’ Mike Giglio reports from the Turkey–Syria border.
Can we find someone who isn’t from the US to take us to lunch?
The accident is will raise more safety concerns in the country, where more than 300 people died in a mining disaster in May.
“Every year that passes is worse and worse for us.”
Press TV calls the death of their reporter in Turkey “suspicious” but offered no evidence backing its claims.
It’s not bribery if everyone is doing it.
“I feel something inside me calling me to go.”
The conflict against ISIS militants is in danger of spilling into Turkey.
Updated: Multiple sources in the Kurdish city of Syria say ISIS has taken over the Kurdish headquarters and government buildings. Developing…
Kurdish fighters say their forces clashed with ISIS militants in Kobani, a day after Turkish lawmakers authorized military incursions against the extremist group.
Photographer Dirk Emmerich was on the scene as they fled from Syria into Turkey.
The 46 Turks and three Iraqis were captured in Mosul, Iraq, during an ISIS attack on the Turkish Consulate back in June. The Turkish government denies they paid a ransom or agreed to any demands from ISIS.
“They took women, girls, small children and youths as hostages but we cannot count them,” a Kurdish fighter told Reuters.
“They hug me, and I hug them back.” BuzzFeed News’ Mike Giglio reports from the Syrian border.