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Turkey ratchets up pressure on Greece in wake of extradition ruling
Greece is having to contend with a more aggressive stance from Turkey in the aftermath of Greece's Supreme Court decision not to extradite eight Turkish soldiers who Ankara wants to put on trial for their alleged role in the failed coup last July.
It is not only the incendiary rhetoric emanating from Ankara that is causing concern in Athens but also the increase in Turkish violations in the Aegean over the last few days. The most prominent incident involved Military Chief of Staff General Hulusi ...
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