Statue of the founder of modern Turkey, Mustafa Kemal Ataturk, through a hole in a window at the damaged Ankara police headquarters after it was bombed during the failed July 15 coup attempt.
Cypriot soldiers are silhouetted with the crosses marking the graves of Greek and Cypriot soldiers killed in the 1974 Turkish invasion of Cyprus, at the Tymvos Macedonitissas military cemetery in Nicosia, Cyprus,
Gurcan Ozturka/AFP/Getty Images
A woman lays her head on the coffin of a victim of the failed July 15 coup attempt, at his funeral in Istanbul, Turkey
A tourist dives into the water at a resort in Antalya, Turkey
Friends and relatives of Habibullah Sefer, who was killed in Tuesday’s attack at Istanbul airport, carry his flag-draped coffin during his funeral ceremony in Istanbul, Turkey
Ruling AK Party and pro-Kurdish Peoples’ Democratic Party (HDP) lawmakers scuffle during a debate at the Parliament in Ankara, Turkey
Chris McGrath/Getty Images
Tourists ride hot air balloons near the town of Goreme in Nevsehir, Turkey.
Gulsum Elvan, mother of slain Berkin Elvan, mourns at her son’s grave during a rally marking second anniversary of his death in Istanbul, Turkey. Berkin Elvan, 15 years old, died on 11 March 2014 after 296 days in a coma as a consequence of injuries suffered when he was hit by a gas canister during the police crackdown on protesters at Gezi Park in June 2013.
Young girls walk next to ruined houses and shops in Cizre, Turkey. Residents of Cizre began returning home after authorities partially lifted a curfew
A Kurdish man walks past a destroyed shop front, the day after clashes between Turkish special forces and PKK militants broke out in south-east Cizre district in Sirnak, Turkey.
Yasin Akgul/AFP/Getty Images
A woman reacts while walking among the ruins of damaged buildings following heavy fighting between government troops and Kurdish fighters in the Kurdish town of Cizre in southeastern Turkey, near the border with Syria and Iraq.
A boy jumps between sofas in his ruined house in Cizre, Turkey. Turkish authorities scaled down a 24-hour curfew imposed on the mainly Kurdish town of Cizre in southeast Turkey, nearly three weeks after declaring the successful conclusion of military operations there
A police officer gestures as he walks at the site of an explosion while firefighters try to extinguish flames after an attack targeted a convoy of military service vehicles in Ankara
Volunteers of an NGO direct refugees and migrants arriving in a dinghy from Turkey to the coast of Mytilini, on the island of Lesvos, Greece
Chris McGrath/Getty Images
People enter the Eminonu Mosque in Istanbul, Turkey
A migrant, identified as a 20-year old Pelen Hussein from Syria, stands on top of a capsized boat as he waits for being rescued by the members of Turkish Coast Guard Air Command in the Aegean Sea off the waters of Edremit bay, Turkey
Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu and German Chancellor Angela Merkel gesture as they look from a balcony during their meeting in Ankara, Turkey
A resident gestures as she as she stands on the rubble of a destroyed house in the mostly-Kurdish town of Silopi, in southeastern Turkey, near the border with Iraq. Turkey’s prime minister announced on Tuesday that military operations against Kurdish rebels have ended in one mainly Kurdish southeastern town