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  1. Turkey says it wants to resolve dispute with Greece through dialogue

    Turkey wants to resolve a dispute with Greece over energy exploration in the eastern Mediterranean through dialogue, Defense Minister Hulusi Akar said on Wednesday, but added that Ankara would defend its “rights and interests” in the region.

  2. Turkey says Greece violating rights of Muslim minority

    Turkey has accused Greece of oppressing the members of its Muslim community in western Thrace, while slamming the European Union for allegedly tolerating the “systematic violation of human rights” in the country.

  3. Dendias meets with Israeli ambassador

    Bilateral relations between Greece and Israel and Turkey’s illegal actions in the Eastern Mediterranean were at the center of talks between Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias and Israel’s ambassador in Athens, Yossi Amrani, the former said in a tweet Wednesday.

  4. Bahceli lashes out against ‘hostile’ Greece

    Devlet Bahceli, the leader of Turkey’s Nationalist Movement Party (MHP) which is an ally of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s AK Party, has accused Greece of displaying an “hostile behavior” amid tensions in the Eastern Mediterranean.

  5. Relief package for Evia unveiled

    The government on Tuesday announced a relief package for the island of Evia, which suffered extensive damage during powerful rainstorms and floods last Sunday which cost the lives of eight people.

  6. Pedestrian dies after being hit by cars several times

    A man was killed after being run over several times near Thessaloniki in northern Greece.

  7. Borrell calls extraordinary Foreign Affairs Council meeting

    European Union foreign policy chief Josep Borrell has called an extraordinary Foreign Affairs Council meeting Friday afternoon.

  8. Turkey plans to lay two cables for seismic research by Aug. 23, energy minister says

    Turkey plans to lay two cables, totaling 1,750 km in length, for seismic research for energy resources in the Mediterranean Sea by August 23, the country’s Energy Minister Fatih Donmez tweeted on Wednesday.

  9. Dendias to meet Pompeo in Vienna on Friday

    Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will meet with US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo in Vienna on Friday, Kathimerini understands.

  10. Greece pushes back bid deadline for offshore gas storage facility

    Greece has pushed back by a month a deadline for investors to bid for a contract to run an underground gas storage facility in the northern Aegean Sea.