Turkish military jets have bombed PKK rebel targets in southeastern Turkey, immediately following the deaths of three Turkish soldiers, in two separate attacks in a neighbouring province.
At least two Turkish soldiers have been killed, and a further four wounded, following a car bomb and the use of homemade explosives in the southern Turkish city of Diyarbakir.
Turkish fighter jets have reportedly struck Kurdish militant camps in northern Iraq, as Turkish ground forces fought Kurdish and Islamic State fighters in northern Syria.
At least 28 people have been killed, and dozens were injured, following a suspected Islamic State suicide bombing outside a cultural centre, in a Turkish town, near the border with Syria.
One crew member aboard a Turkish cargo ship has been killed when the Libyan military shelled the vessel, after it was reportedly warned not to approach.
Massive power cuts have been reported across a number of major cities in Turkey, with some cities’ electricity being restored but many areas still without power.
Turkish border authorities have reportedly detained at least 16 Indonesian citizens, believed to be three families, attempting to cross into Syria.
Two pilots of a Turkish fighter jet have been killed after the plane they were piloting crashed in central Turkey during a routine training flight.
Following a military operation in Syria, the Turkish government has began construction on a new tomb for the remains of Ottoman Empire founder Suleyman Shah closer to the Turkish-Syria border.