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Notorious Turkish criminal arrested in Athens

Greek police has arrested a 29-year-old man, a notorious Turkish criminal involved in manslaughter, homicide migrants smuggling, arms and drugs trafficking. He was arrested in downtown Athens on Friday, May 10, on an international warrant and in cooperation between Greek and Turkish intelligence services EYP and MIT, with the latter …

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Turkish nationals arrested for espionage in Navy station on Poros

Two Turkish nationals were arrested for espionage after they were seen flying a drone over a Navy station on the island of Poros, south of Athens, last Saturday, police sources said Monday. The two suspects then left the island but police located and arrested them in Monemvasia, a town in …

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Samos: Turkish man arrested for hit-and-run Swiss tourist

A Turkish man has been arrested on the island of Samos and faces felony charges as well as for abandoning his victim over a hit-and-run that took place on Wednesday afternoon. His severely injured victim, a Swiss tourist, died a few hours later in the hospital. The victim was a …

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+++Emirates “suspect” located in Athens: He is a Turkish national

The “terrorism suspect” wanted by Greek and US authorities on two Emirates flights on Thursday has been identified and located in Athens, media report on Friday afternoon. He is a Turkish national of Arab origin. Despite the thorough security checks of the passengers bound to Dubai and New York, the …

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Turkish citizen arrested in Thessaloniki over phone fraud in Germany

A Turkish citizen was arrested in Thessaloniki, in execution of a European warrant issued by German judicial authorities, on charges of participating in telephone fraud in Germany. Sources said the suspect is a 22-year-old man who has already been taken to the Appeals Prosecutor’s Office of Thessaloniki to initiate procedures …

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Turkish Coast Guard harasses rescue boat inside Greek territorial waters (video)

The captain of a Turkish Coast Guard vessel carried out dangerous maneuvers within Greek territorial waters around a Greek rescue boat near Leros island, the Shipping and Island Policy Ministry said on Wednesday. The incident occurred on Monday (July 25) off Farmakonissi, North-East of Leros in the East Aegean Sea, …

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Hagia Sophia “mosque” to decorate new Turkish passports

The new generation of Turkish passports will feature an updated design, including a drawing of the 1,500-year-old Hagia Sophia, the Byzantine cathedral-turned-mosque,  President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has said in an address to the nation. Erdogan formally converted Istanbul’s crowing architectural jewel from a museum into a mosque in 2020, in …

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Turkish nationals seek political asylum in Greece after sailing boat damaged

Eight Turkish nationals, among them members of the Turkish Armed Forces, sought political asylum in Greece after their sailing boat was damaged due to weather conditions off the south of the island of Crete. The passengers sent an SOS signal around 10 o’ clock on Monday morning,  while the boat …

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Turkish fishing boat collides with Greek tanker: 5 dead

Four people died and one is missing after the collision of a Greek tanker with a Turkish fishing boat in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. The accident took place 15 nautical miles from Karatas, off the port of Adana in the Turkish South-West coast at 05:50 on Wednesday morning. Following the …

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Unknown perpetrators set two Turkish diplomatic cars on fire

Unknown perpetrators have set on fire two cars belonging to members of the Turkish diplomatic mission in Thessaloniki, Northern Greece. The two attacks took place in neighboring areas the early morning hours of Monday and damaged also four other vehicles parked next to the targeted ones with Turkish diplomatic plates. …

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“Agathonisi is Turkish island under illegal Greek occupation” claims Ankara

Turkey has …lost it. Trying to find an excuse for the inexcusable it claims that Greek prime Minister Alexis Tsipras flew to a Turkish island Agathonisi on Monday and therefore its fighter jets harassed his helicopter. The official Turkish position on the unprecedented incident is that “there was no harassment.” …

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