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Erdogan attempts worldwide censorship on social media & blogs

The lawyers of Turkish President Recept Tayyip Erdogan sent a Turkish Court decision to Twitter and demanded that Greek Graphic designer @JoDiGraphics removes a graph of Erodgan he has created and uploaded on Twitter in October 2015! Stop killer Erdogan #Ankara #AnkaraBombing "Δολοφόνε Ερντογαν" φωνάζουν οι διαδηλωτές στην Αγκυρα pic.twitter.com/dCLSaIGEqc …

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Greece describe Turkish threats as “contemptible statements”

The Spokesperson for the Ministry of Foreign Affairs, A. Yennimatas, stressed the following in response to a journalist’s question concerning statements made, regarding Imia, by an advisor to the Turkish President: “Contemptible statements such as these that came from the advisor to the Turkish President are foreign to European political …

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Official schedule of Turkish President Erdogan during visit in Greece

The Greek Presidency published on Wednesday the full schedule of the official two-day visit (Dec. 7-8) of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and his wife Emine Erdogan to the country, following an invitation by Greek counterpart Prokopios Pavlopoulos. According to athensnewsagency Erdogan’s schedule in Greece is as follows: THURSDAY -Erdogan …

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Erdogan says he wants “borders change” and angers Greece before setting foot in Athens

Just hours before setting foot in Athens for a historical visit as the first Turkish President to come in 65 years, Recep Tayyip Erdogan angered Greece. In an interview, diplomatically unacceptable towards his host, Erdogan reiterated the steadfast Turkish claims to revise the Treaty of Lausanne and change the bilateral …

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Police bans protests, closes central metro station all day due to Erdogan visit

Greek police has banned all demonstrations and rallies in central Athens and along the route from and to airport on Thursday and Friday, December 7 and 8 2017 as part of the tight security measures due to the visit of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan in Greece. The ban is …

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Fortress Athens: Police on high alert due to Grigoropoulos marches and Erdogan’s visit

Thousands of policemen are being deployed in downtown Athens, metro stations will close to public, public transport means change their routes and tight security measures will be implemented for the next three days. Reasons for the high security are rallies and marches that will mark the 9th anniversary of the …

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Local organizations oppose Erdogan’s visit in Thrace, hang posters in Komotini

Several posters opposing the upcoming visit of  Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan were seen on walls, trees and power columns in Komotini in Thrace, home of the Muslim minority in Greece. The posters were reading “Unwanted – No to Erdogan visit in Thrace” and below was the coordination body of …

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Greece sets restrictions to Erdogan’s visit in Thrace

With a small “army” of 200 to 250 bodyguards, security personnel and very trustworthy aides, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan is expected to arrive in Athens airport next Thursday.  for a tw0-day official visit on December 7th and 8th. In his luggage there is a heavy agenda of issues he …

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Huge anti-terror operation in Athens, nine people linked to “foreign organization” detained

A huge operation of Greek anti-terror police in at least two suburbs of Athens has been taking place since early Tuesday morning. At least nine foreign nationals have been detained. The case is linked to ‘terror organization outside Greece’, police sources told media. According to first information: The huge anti-terror …

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Erdogan will be the first Turkish president to visit Greece in 65 years

Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be the first Turkish president to visit Greece in 65 years. The visit originally scheduled for 7. and 8. December has not been officially announced yet. Reason for the delay is that the Greek side is still considering about the possible impact of such a visit …

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UPD Children bodies washed ashore of Lesvos belonged to Turkish family fleeing Erdogan persecution

The bodies of two children and one adult male that were washed ashore on the island of Lesvos ten days ago belonged to a Turkish family fleeing persecution by the Erdogan regime, claim a Turkish lawmaker and a human rights activist. The claim comes by Turkish opposition MP from the …

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