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Turkish Coast Guard Rescues Stranded Migrants by Helicopter

Dozens of migrants were rescued by the Turkish Coast Guard after their dinghy became stranded on a rocky outcropping in the Aegean Sea.
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No Turkish President Had Gone to Greece in 65 Years. So Why Now?

A guide to what’s behind Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s visit, why it matters, and what might happen next.
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Erdogan, on Landmark Visit to Greece, Sets Diplomacy Aside

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan quickly deflated hopes for improved ties during the first official trip to the country by a Turkish head of state in 65 years.
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Erdogan Going to Greece Next Week in Groundbreaking Visit

President Recep Tayyip Erdogan will be the first Turkish head of state to visit in 65 years. He is expected to discuss transport between the countries.
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Greece, Looking to Move Past Bailouts, Unveils Ambitious Budget

The country is trying to wean itself off the international assistance that it has relied on in recent years, and is projecting strong economic growth for next year.
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Why the Greek Bailout Went So Wrong

In “Adults in the Room,” the former finance minister Yanis Varoufakis describes Greece’s economic crisis from the inside.
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Greece Offers Bond Swap in a Charge Toward Financial Freedom

The proposed bond conversion could help ease a staggering debt burden that at one point threatened to push Greece out of the eurozone.
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Croatia and Switzerland Clinch World Cup Berths

Both teams earned scoreless draws in the second legs of their playoff series to earn spots in next summer’s tournament in Russia.
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Disputed Penalty Kick Gives Switzerland a Win in World Cup Playoff

Switzerland was awarded a penalty kick after a ball appeared to hit the shoulder of a Northern Irish player and converted it for a 1-0 victory.
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Can the E.U.’s Weakest Link Hold?

This is a difficult time for liberal democracy.
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Cyprus

World news about Cyprus. Breaking news and archival information about its people, politics and economy from The New York Times.

Investigations of Manafort in New York Are Beyond Trump’s Power to Pardon

Indicted on federal charges, Mr. Trump’s former campaign chairman is also under investigation in New York for his real estate and business activities.
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Manafort Was in Debt to Pro-Russia Interests, Cyprus Records Show

Business records from the secretive tax haven of Cyprus suggest that Paul J. Manafort owed millions to pro-Russia interests before joining Donald J. Trump’s campaign.
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Cyprus Reunification Talks, ‘Close, but Not Close Enough,’ Fail

The deal breaker for the ethnically split island nation was a disagreement of what would happen to the more than 35,000 Turkish troops in the north.
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House’s Inquiry Into Russia Points a Congressman to Cyprus

Representative Mike Quigley of Illinois visited the island nation as part of intelligence committee’s investigation into Moscow’s involvement in the American election.
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Cyprus Fears Russian Meddling in Its Settlement Talks

Russia’s possible support for anti-establishment forces in Europe have Cypriots wondering whether it is determined to thwart a settlement between Greek and Turkish partisans.
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Erdogan Says Turkish Troops Will Stay in Cyprus ‘Forever’

After peace talks among Turkey, Greece and Britain, the Turkish president said soldiers would not leave Cyprus unless Greek troops pulled out.
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Erdogan Says Troops Will Be in Cyprus ‘Forever,’ Complicating Hopes of Reuniting

The Turkish leader, however, often takes a firmer line with domestic audiences than with foreign ones, and diplomats said they remained cautiously optimistic.
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‘Symbol of Hope’: U.N. Chief Says Deal to End Cyprus Divide Could Be Near

At talks in Geneva, representatives of Britain, Greece and Turkey met with Cypriot leaders from both sides of the island nation, which has been divided since 1974.
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As the E.U.’s Language Roster Swells, So Does the Burden

The European Union spends about $1 billion a year on services related to its 24 official languages. Some want to add Turkish — and perhaps drop English.
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Cyprus Peace Talks End With Each Side Blaming the Other

Negotiations to end a decades-old division between Greek and Turkish Cypriots broke down Tuesday, and no date was set for a new round of talks.
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