In-depth: In the wake of his re-election, Erdogan is faced with the urgent issue of tackling Turkey's ongoing financial crisis, with no indication of which economic route he will opt for in the near future.
In-depth: Residents have voiced anger at the Armenian Patriarch for alleged land sales to Israeli investors in East Jerusalem, which they say could dramatically impact the historic character of the Armenian Quarter.
Analysis: With much of the Kurdish electorate throwing their support behind Erdogan's rival Kilicdaroglu, Turkey's largest minority group could sway the outcome of the crucial run-off election amid frustration with Erdogan's 21-year-long rule.
Following the twin earthquakes, grassroots feminist organizations in Turkey swiftly provided crucial aid and relief to those impacted by the disaster. Through their tireless efforts, they have been able to provide assistance to the most vulnerable.
In-depth: The run-up to the 14 May elections, which take place in the shadow of February's earthquake, sees the governing AKP pitted against the opposition on issues such as governance and the economy, amid widespread anti-Syrian refugee rhetoric.
In-depth: The Tunisian president's racist remarks about African migrants, which echo a far-right demographic conspiracy theory, have sparked panic within the community and unleashed a wave of arrests, social violence, and hate speech.