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Turkish-EU relations: Why won't the bloc take a hard line on Turkey?
Another EU summit has passed without tough sanctions being imposed on Ankara. When it comes to foreign policy, the national interests of individual EU member states triumph.
Turkey withdraws contentious research ship to port ahead of EU summit
The Oruç Reis has been conducting exploratory research in the eastern Mediterranean since the summer, despite protests from Greece
Turkey's Erdogan visits North Cyprus and calls for two island states
The Turkish president's comments came during a controversial visit to the north of the island, occupied by Turkey since 1974 and not recognised internationally.
Calls for EU sanctions against Turkey over Eastern Mediterranean
The threat of sanctions is looming over Turkey, as calls grow within the EU for the country to face measures for its increasingly aggressive actions in the East Mediterranean and Northern Cyprus.
Turkish ship at centre of Greece drilling row returns to Mediterranean
The move is likely to reignite tensions with Greece over the sovereignty of waters in the eastern Mediterranean and ownership of natural resources.
Macron: Europe must have a 'more united and clear voice' with Turkey
Europe must be more united against Turkey, French President Emmanuel Macron said, emphasising that the country is "no longer a partner".
Med7 Summit: Leaders working to avert crisis between Turkey and Greece
The navies of Turkey and Greece are both at sea and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis are blaming each other for the worsening relations.
Why Erdogan won't start a war with Greece over Mediterranean drilling
Ankara is currently facing off against Greece over oil and gas drilling rights in the eastern Mediterranean.
Turkey launches new military drills in eastern Med as tensions rise
Greece accused Turkish jets of an incursion as the two sides come to blows over a longstanding dispute of maritime rights and gas resources.
Turkey-Greece dispute: Why are the two countries fighting over gas?
The dispute over drilling rights is just the latest episode in over four decades of tensions between the neighbours and NATO allies.
Turkey announces discovery of large natural gas reserve in Black Sea
Erdogan made the announcement on Friday. The plan is for it to be functional by 2023, the centenary of the Turkish Republic.
Turkey 'set to announce Mediterranean gas find' amid EU energy dispute
A source in the presidential palace has told Euronews' Turkish service that President Erdogan will be announcing the discovery of a new natural gas source in the Mediterranean on Friday.
Turkey's Erdogan makes surprise Tunisia visit to discuss Libya
Erdogan reiterated that Turkey would send soldiers to Libya if invited by Tripoli — a promise that infuriated the rival Libyan government in Benghazi.
Libya forces ship with Turkish crew into port as Greece slams sea deal
Greek foreign minister Nikos Dendias has visited Benghazi, the seat of Libya's eastern administration that is opposed to the UN-backed government.
Watch: Food initiative tackles Cyprus' lionfish invasion
With the invasion of lionfish in the eastern Mediterranean reaching worrying levels, an EU-funded initiative is promoting the fish as food in Cyprus.
Warming waters see a concerning increase in lionfish off Lebanon's sea
"It's like genocide," says fisherman Atallah Siblini. “Now it is like 30 to 50 of them in one place. They started to scare away the other fish including sea bass which we depend on and they eat everything.”