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Greece Withdraws from International Children’s Games Event, Turkey

Every year on April 23rd, Turkey’s National Sovereignty and Children’s Day is marked by an International Children’s Games Event held in Ankara.  It is...

Turkish PM confused about Greece

Criticized by European Commission about press freedom issues in Turkey, Prime Minister Recep T. Erdogan said (they) should be concerned about Greece first. Erdogan...

Turkey Should Reconsider Nuclear Plans, Greek President Says

Greek President Karolos Papoulias urged neighboring Turkey to reconsider plans to build atomic power stations after a March 11 earthquake and tsunami damaged Japan’s...

European Parliament Members Detained in Northern Cyprus

Authorities in the breakaway Turkish Cypriot north on Saturday, detained some members of the European Parliament who had gone there to make a survey...

Papandreou Postpones Planned Visit to Cairo

George Papandreou's visit to Cairo is postponed because of the current riots in Egypt. According to an announcement of the Prime Ministers' Press Office,...

Turkish Plan “Suga” Wanted to Exploit Greek & Turkish Friction

The plan "Suga" was devised by the Turkish Navy as part of operation "Sledgehammer". The plan included landing on Oinousses, Fourni and Leros, combined with...

Papandreou Criticizes Turkey Over Air Violations

Greek and Turkish Prime Ministers met for a closed-door session that lasted four hours. The meeting begun at 10 a.m. and around a quarter...

Greek-Turkish Talks Focus on Immigration

Greek Premier George Papandreou has received an unusually warm welcome in Turkey (photo), despite a host of awkward issues between the two neighbours. As...

Papandreou Attends Turkish Ambassador Conference, Erzurum

Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou will attend a Turkish ambassadors’ conference in the northeast Anatolia city of Erzurum this week, following a formal invitation....

Armenian Genocide Not Recognized by 2010 U.S. Senate

This year the Resolution on Armenian Genocide (H Res 252) was not included in the U.S. Congress plenary session agenda. The resolution characterizing the massive...