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Turkey and Israel: Barking, biting, but still doing business

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Image result for israel-turkey relationsBy Cengiz Candar, Al-Monitor

While the recent diplomatic rift between Israel and Turkey indicates a further deterioration in relations, the Turkish government has avoided taking concrete steps that could directly hurt Israel, whereas the Israeli response to Turkey's rhetoric was more detrimental and bitter.

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Albania Must Choose Between the EU and Turkey

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Turkey’s President views the Balkan countries as easy prey. A close-up look at Albania’s future path.

By Alon Ben-Meir, The Globalist

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Netanyahu: Many in Middle East, Not Just Israel, Appreciate Trump's Leadership on Iran

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Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on May 6, 2018.At International Air Force conference, Netanyahu praises Trump and the Israeli air force while reiterating his demands on Iran
 
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Turkish General Explains Why US Wants to Relocate Its Nukes to Greece

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Araxos airbase, Greece (File)By Erdogan Karakus, Sputnik

Commenting on reports about the US military's plans to use Greek bases to store its nuclear weapons, retired Turkish Air Force General Erdogan Karakus told Sputnik that all this reflects Athens' push to develop its ties with Washington.

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Turkey’s foreign ministry condemns Greece for granting asylum to pro-coup ex-soldier

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The eight Turkish soldiers, who fled to Greece in a helicopter and requested political asylum after a failed military coup against the government, are escorted by police officers as they leave Supreme Court in Athens, Jan. 23, 2017. (Reuters Photo)By Daily Sabah

Turkey's Foreign Ministry on Thursday condemned a decision by the top court in Greece granting asylum to ex-Turkish soldier Süleyman Özkaynakçı, who Ankara accuses of involvement in the 2016 coup bid.

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Why are US drones being based in Greece for the first time?

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By: Aaron Mehta, DefenseNews. 

For the first time, American military drones are operating from a Greek airfield. But don’t expect a permanent stay.
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Turkey condemns Greece for granting asylum to putschist

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Turkey condemns Greece for granting asylum to putschistSuleyman Ozkaynakci among 8 ex-soldiers seeking asylum in Greece after July 2016 coup bid

By Satuk Bugra Kutlugun, Anadolu Agency

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USA applauds Greece on its pro-active foreign policy

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Greek FMBy Greek City Times

US national security advisor John Bolton, praised Greece’s active foreign policy in promoting  stability and peace through the strengthening of regional cooperation during his meeting yesterday with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias, at the White House.

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Pyatt: Turkey’s imprisonment of Greek soldiers unacceptable

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US Ambassador to GreeceBy Greek City Times

The US Ambassador to Greece Mr Geoffrey Pyatt said on Wednesday that Turkey’s continued detention of the two Greek soldiers was ‘unacceptable’.

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