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Greece Intercepts Libya-Bound Arms-Loaded Ship Heading From Turkey

Greek authorities intercepted a Tanzanian-flagged ship bound for Libya and carrying materials used for producing explosives, according to Reuters. The…

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Foreign Affairs

Greek Court Freezes Asylum Granted to Turkish Soldier

A Greek court in Athens issued an injunction freezing asylum granted to a Turkish military officer who fled to a…

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Foreign Affairs

Turkey Slams Greece for Granting Asylum to Coup-Plotting Soldier

Turkey expressed dismay and outrage after Greece granted political asylum to one of the eight troops who fled to a…

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Foreign Affairs

Despite Visit Tension, Turkey and Greece Agree on Return of Migrants

Presiden Recep Tayyip Erdogan‘s visit to advance cooperation between two allies produced the opposite of the desired effect after the…

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In-Depth

In Landmark Visit, Erdogan Calls for Revising Turkey-Greece Border

In a landmark visit to Greece to resolve contentious issues and lasting disputes that bedeviled a not-so-smooth relationship between two…

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Foreign Affairs

Greek Police Finds Explosives in Raids, Arrests 9 Turkish Leftist Militants

Ten days before President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s scheduled high-profile visit, the Greek police found bomb-making material and arrested nine Turkish…

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Foreign Affairs

Erdogan to Become First Turkish President to Visit Greece Since 1952

In a groundbreaking move, President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will visit Greece and will become the first top Turkish leader to…

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International

Convicted Murderer Back in Greek Prison After 2-Day Furlough

Athens, AP — Dimitris Koufodinas, a convicted gunman for an extreme left-wing group who once was Greeceā€™s most-wanted terrorist, returned…

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Foreign Affairs

Turkey, U.S. Denounce Furlough for Greek Extremist Serving Life

A convicted gunman for an extreme left-wing group who once was Greece’s most-wanted terrorist was granted a 48-hour furlough from…

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