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Turkey Suspends Migrant Deal with Greece

ANKARA, Turkey (AP) — Turkey has suspended a bilateral agreement with Greece allowing Athens to return migrants to Turkey, in retaliation for Greece’s failure to extradite eight Turkish officers who fled to Greece after Turkey’s failed 2016 military coup.

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EU to Hand Turkey Billions More to Extend Migrant Deal

The unelected European Commission is set to approve an additional three billion euros in funding for Turkey, the second part of a deal whereby they make efforts to stem the flow of migrants from the Middle East.

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Vienna Threatens To Veto Turkey Joining EU

Austria’s increasingly hard-line Foreign Minister Sebastian Kurz has made it known that unless Turkey reforms on issues of freedom and human rights, Austria will block any European Union membership negotiations. The Foreign Minister announced his intentions to block Turkish membership talks

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Austrian Foreign Minister: Europe has ‘Lost Control’ Of Borders

Austrian Foreign Minster Sebastian Kurz claims that Europe has “lost control” of its borders and proposes harsher measures toward people smugglers and migrants. Speaking at a meeting of European Union (EU) officials in Luxembourg on Monday, Mr. Kurz said: “We have

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Three Million Migrants in Turkey Waiting to Enter EU

The European Union Commissioner for migration has admitted that there are three million migrants in Turkey waiting to enter Europe. European Union (EU) Migration Commissioner Dimitris Avramopoulos admitted that while on a visit to Athens on Monday there are approximately three million migrants waiting

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Defence Minister Prepares for Failure of Turkey Migrant Deal

As Turkey threatens yet again to end the migrant deal with the European Union, Austria prepares for the worst. Turkey has made yet another threat toward the migrant deal negotiated between Ankara and the European Union (EU) that has significantly decreased the number

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Turkey Sends Europe Sick and Least Qualified Migrants

A new report claims that Turkey is only sending the least qualified and the sick to Europe while preventing the highly skilled and academics from leaving. A new report has come out from several member nations of the European Union (EU)

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan gestures as he arrives to meet and speak with mukhtars or local village and town leaders at the Presidential Palace in Ankara, on May 4, 2016.

Turkey Threatens To Unleash Migrant Wave On Europe

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has once again threatened that migrants will resume crossing into Europe if visa-free travel demands are not met. It has been a turbulent week in Turkey after the resignation of Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu, and the

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Warning Over Visa-Free Entry for Millions Of Turks Into European Union

German Deputy Chancellor Horst Seehofer has warned against the proposed visa-free entry for Turkish citizens, saying Turkey will only bring its problems to Europe. Seehofer, who is the head of the Bavarian Christian Social Union (CSU) and coalition partner of German

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Turkey Threatens EU Over Armenian Genocide Art Project

The European Union (EU) has bowed to pressure from Turkey over an EU funded art project on the Armenian genocide. The government in Turkey has sought to force the European Commission to cancel funding to the art project “Aghet.” The

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Greece Postpones Deportations From Large Migrant Camps

The landmark EU-Turkey migrant summit deal may already be failing as Greece decides to postpone deportations in large migrant camps. There were no deportations of migrants from the Greek island of Lesbos on Tuesday because, according to the Greeks, there

A Turkish officer registers a deported migrant from Greece after the arrival of a small Turkish ferry carrying migrants who are deported to Turkey, on April 4, 2016 at the port of Dikili district in Izmir.

Greece Deports First Batch of Migrants Back to Turkey Under New Deal

The Greek government deported more than 200 migrants back to Turkey early Monday morning, the first enactment of a recent agreement between the European Union (EU) and Turkey meant to curb migration via the “Balkan route” into Europe. European police