Suspect Confesses in Istanbul Terror Attack: Police
The alleged gunman has been identified as Abdulkadir Masharipov, a citizen of Uzbekistan who received training in Afghanistan, according to Turkish officials.
Brawl Erupts in Turkey's Parliament Over Constitutional Reform
Lawmakers from opposing parties clashed during a tense session on a controversial set of constitutional reforms.
Turkish Mayor Imports Trucks of Snow to Coastal City for Kids
Schoolchildren in a coastal city in Turkey, many of whom had never seen snow, enjoyed playing in snow trucked in from the mountains.
5 Detained in Turkey New Year's Eve Terror Attack Investigation
Officials detained five additional people overnight in the search for the suspect accused of gunning down 39 people in a New Year's Eve attack at the Reina nightclub in Turkey.
New Images Allegedly Show Istanbul Terror Suspect Minutes Before Attack
Turkish authorities are studying the newly released images that allegedly show the suspect getting into a taxi with a large backpack, which may have contained the weapons used in the attack.
Manhunt Intensifies for Turkey Nightclub Terrorist
Authorities have released new photos of the man who allegedly gunned down 39 people on New Year's Eve in Turkey.
Investigators Release Video Revealing the Face of the Alleged Killer in the New Year's Massacre in Turkey
The manhunt continues as chilling video is released showing the suspected terrorist's face; officials suspect he changed clothes and limped while fleeing to blend in with the crowd.
Manhunt Underway After Shooting Attack at Istanbul Nightclub
ABC News' Alex Marquardt reports outside the scene of the Istanbul nightclub attack with the latest on the investigation and ongoing manhunt for the assailant.
Drone Shows Scene of Turkey Nightclub Attack
Turkish police continued to investigate Istanbul's Reina nightclub on Monday, the scene of the New Year's attack which left 39 people dead.
Manhunt Continues for Shooter in Istanbul Nightclub Attack That Killed 39
ISIS put out a statement claiming responsibility for the attack because it's "where Christians celebrate their apostate holiday."