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The EU has called on Turkey to restart political dialogue with opposition groups and protect its democracy, and described recent developments as ‘extremely…
Federica Mogherini has encouraged the European Union and Turkey to “talk more to each other and a little bit less about each other.
Could hundreds of thousands of migrants and refugees Turkey is currently preventing from crossing into Europe be on the move westwards again soon?
The deal to send back to Turkey the migrants reaching Europe's shores is a house of cards falling apart, according to Austria's foreign minister.
Leaders are concerned by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan's crackdown on suspected dissidents after the coup attempt in July.
Few would doubt Turkey’s strategic importance: straddling Europe and Asia it is a key player in Middle East stability at a time of unprecedented volatility.
Turkey defied pressure from the European Union on Thursday to amend its anti-terrorism laws, saying that a suicide bomb attack at Istanbul airport
Recep Tayyip Erdogan says if talks do not proceed according to plan, Turkey may hold its own referendum on EU membership.
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EU Ministers have agreed on an ‘emergency brake’ for visa waiver programmes for some countries.
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In this edition of Europe Weekly: The EU stands ready to give Turkey visa-free travel, warnings of “high risk” for the EU and Eurozone economy in
The Brief from Brussels brings all the latest news and headlines from Europe’s capital. In this edition: Turkey faces questions over a planned visa
Greek Cypriots will no longer require visas to visit Turkey under a new deal agreed between the EU and Ankara. The move is be part of a wider
There was hope garnered with a smile of satisfaction as German Chancellor Angela Merkel, European Council President Donald Tusk and Turkish Prime