NPR - World News:Turkey's LGBT Community Pushes Ahead With Plans For Pride Parade
On Sunday, members of Turkey's LGBT community are to hold a pride parade — if the authorities let them. The parade has been canceled for the last two years, reportedly due to security concerns.

NPR - World News:Washington, D.C., Police Charge Turkish Security Guards For Beating Protesters
Washington, D.C., authorities announced charges against members of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's security detail who allegedly attacked protesters outside the Turkish embassy last month.

NPR - World News:State Media In Iran Report Multiple Attacks In Tehran
Steve Inskeep talks to Scott Peterson, a correspondent with the Christian Science Monitor in Istanbul, Turkey, and who has traveled in and written extensively about Iran.

NPR - World News:U.S.-Turkey Dispute Over Washington Protest Heats Up
Turkey is calling for a full investigation of "aggressive" actions taken by American security personnel following a protest-turned-brawl outside the Turkish Embassy in Washington, D.C.

CNN - World:Video shows Erdogan watching DC brawl
New video footage has emerged that shows Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan looking on as Turkish security officials beat up protesters outside the country's embassy in Washington earlier this week.

NPR - World News:Pentagon To Detail Plans For Arming Syrian Kurds Fighting ISIS
Defense Secretary Mattis is expected Friday to detail the weapons the U.S. will begin supplying to Syrian Kurds fighting ISIS — over the objections of Turkey.

NPR - World News:Video Appears To Show Erdogan's Guards Clashing With D.C. Protesters
Video taken outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington, D.C., shows what looks like President Erdogan's security forces pushing past police and violently breaking up a protest.

CNN - World:Turkish security involved in DC protester assault
Turkish security officials were involved in Tuesday's assault of protesters against President Recep Tayyip Erdogan outside the Turkish ambassador's residence in Washington, two law enforcement sources tell CNN.

NPR - World News:Erdogan's Security Team Violently Clashes With Kurdish Protesters In Washington
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Ishaan Tharoor, a foreign affairs writer for The Washington Post, about Turkish President Erdogan's visit to Washington, D.C. His bodyguards violently clashed with Kurdish protesters outside of the Turkish Embassy.

NPR - World News:Turkish President Criticizes U.S. Arming Of Kurds In Syria
NPR's Audie Cornish speaks with Denise Natali, distinguished fellow at the National Defense University, about the trans-border Kurdish issues in Turkey, Iraq and Syria.

NPR - World News:Turkish Leader Calls Trump His 'Dear Friend,' Despite Decision To Arm Syrian Kurds
Presidents Trump and Erdogan exchanged warm statements about the future of U.S.-Turkey relations, even after a decision by the U.S. to arm a group in Syria that Turkey considers terrorists.

CNN - World:Trump welcomes Erdogan amid US-Turkey strains
President Donald Trump, in hosting Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the White House Tuesday, extended his latest warm welcome to an authoritarian-style leader who had a strained relationship with the previous US administration.

CNN - World:
Footage emerges of a protest that turned violent just hours after Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan met with President Donald Trump at the White House.