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Supporters of President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan and his ruling Justice and Development Party (AKP) flocked to the streets across Turkey late June 24 to celebrate their victory. Click through for the story in photos...
The Kurdish-issue focused Peoples' Democratic Party (HDP) managed to get more than 10 percent of the votes in Turkey's June 24 elections, passing the national election threshold.
Azerbaijani President İlham Aliyev became the first national leader to congratulate Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdoğan for "his success" in the June 24 presidential elections, state-run Anadolu Agency reported.
Should President Recep Tayyip Erdogan be re-elected, he will serve until 2023, whereby he will have governed Turkey for 20 of the 100 years since the modern Turkish state was founded. Whether he is re-elected or not, however, Erdogan has already radically changed Turkey and the country's future depends on these elections.
Some of the 56 million registered voters across Turkey took their pets to the polling stations in the landmark snap presidential and legislative elections. The pets certainly helped put smiles on the faces of fellow voters and personnel on duty.
Hürriyet Daily News is covering the Turkish election results of a historic vote as polls are closed across Turkey. We have live results, snap analyses and latest news about Turkey's crucial elections.
Turkish military personnel deployed in Syria's northern district of Afrin have cast their votes in Turkey's southern border province of Hatay.
The one-time world's tallest teenage girl voted in Turkey's elections on June 24, local media reported.
Millions of citizens will be voting today until 5 p.m. local time at 180,065 ballot boxes in all 81 provinces of Turkey and live results will be here at Hürriyet Daily News after the first ballots are counted.
Thousands have filled the terminals of Istanbul's Atatürk Airport on June 24, the day of Turkey's landmark snap presidential and parliamentary elections.
Some 17,258 disabled and elderly voters in Turkey cast their votes from their houses and hospitals via mobile ballot boxes on June 24, a first in Turkish election history.
Political leaders have begun casting their votes at various polling stations around Turkey on June 24 in the country’s landmark snap presidential and parliamentary elections that are taking place under an ongoing state of emergency.
Voting began in Turkish Cyprus for local elections on June 24. The voting is taking place as Turkey hits the polls around in all 81 provinces across the country in landmark presidential and parliamentary elections.
Turks began voting on Sunday for a new president and parliament in elections that pose the biggest ballot box challenge to Tayyip Erdogan and his Islamist-rooted AK Party since they swept to power more than a decade and a half ago.
The elections will also usher in a powerful new executive presidency long sought by Erdogan and backed by a small majority of Turks in a 2017 referendum.
The elections were scheduled as politically-divided Turkey was facing a growing economic and social crisis, a widening rift with the West, the ongoing migrant crisis and continuing involvement in military operations in Syria and Iraq.