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Ireland toughens up its measures to help stop the spread of the new coronavirus, whilst Russia sends out mixed messages.
This Friday, the disinfection process began in the places most frequented by tourists in the Turkish city of Istanbul.
The news may be saturated by COVID-19 and new areas of society it is affecting, but other news is still out there.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said there was "no difference" between the Nazis and the Greek authorities forcibly repelling migrants.
The migrant crisis on Europe's doorstep is no closer to resolution. Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has met with the EU's top officials to demand more support for his country 'without any further delay'. EU Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said the meeting had been 'constructive'.
Monday marks 100 days of Ursual von der Leyen's team in office, and while they set clear goals in terms of climate, digital and gender, events regarding migration, COVID-19 and foreign policy have overtaken the European Commission.
In 2016, Turkey was promised up to 6 billion euros in aid for the more than 3.5 million Syrian refugees it hosts, as well as fast-tracked EU membership. Now, the EU and Turkey will review the deal.
The migration deal is "dead because Turkey has decided to completely violate the agreement because of what happened in Syria," says Greek PM Mitsotakis.
Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to fly to Belgian capital Brussels for talks on Monday.
President Erdogan will visit Brussels on Monday for a one-day trip, his office said, amid a row between Turkey and the EU over migrants and refugees.
An international security expert believes Turkish President Erdogan may have overplayed his hand in the ongoing conflict in Syria.
Turkey said it would open the gateway to Greece, an apparent attempt to pressure the E.U. into taking more responsibility for Syrian refugees.
Turkey has called for more help with migrants after 'opening the door' and causing increased movement on the Greek border. Meanwhile, NGOs slam the EU for what they see as a lack of humanitarian response.
It was the Russian and Turkish presidents' first meeting since at least 33 Turkish soldiers were killed in an airstrike near Idlib, sparking a NATO crisis.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s cynical move to open his western EU borders to allow refugees and migrants to leave - while keeping his southern border to Syria shut to asylum seekers desperate to escape the onslaught there - poses an enormous challenge to Greece and the European Union.
Turkish parliamentarians got into a physical fight over Turkey's military involvement in Syria.
Migrants waded across the Evros River in northwestern Turkey on Wednesday as they attempted to reach the land border with Greece.