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EU, US, UK Condemn Turkey’s Aggressive Actions on Cyprus

The EU, UK and US have condemned Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan’s announcement to re-open and re-settle the formerly invaded area of Varosha in Cyprus.

Turkey Provokes EU with Varosha Actions, May Face Sanctions

Turkey may face sanctions if it does not stop all illegal activity in Varosha, Cyprus, EU lawmakers warn.

State of Emergency Declared on Samos after Earthquake Hits Aegean Sea

Eastern and Western Samos have been declared in a state of emergency following a strong earthquake that struck off Turkey's Aegean coast, north of the Greek island.

Cyprus Condemns Turkish Move to Reopen Varosha

Turkey said it would support a decision by the self-proclaimed Turkish-Cypriot government to reopen a section of the beach in the Turkish-occupied northern Cyprus city of Varosha.

Erdogan and Tsipras Agree to Disagree

A series of "touchy" bilateral issues topped the agenda of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s meeting with Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in Athens on Thursday.

US-Turkey Ties in Jeopardy Amid Diplomatic Spat, Tourism on Hold

The United States and Turkey are playing power games as both countries have suspended visa services, amid a volatile period in view of growing terrorism threats.

Russia PM Putin Lifts Turkey Travel Ban

Russians can once again resume travel to Turkey after President Vladimir Putin announced that he was lifting a ban on tourism there following recent phone talks with his Turkish counterpart Recep Tayyip Erdogan.