Turkey has vowed to step up drilling for gas off Cyprus, in defiance of the threat of European Union sanctions.
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A second Turkish drillship has dropped anchor off the northeast of the Karpasia panhandle (pictured) of Cyprus, triggering condemnation from
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Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has said Turkey’s drilling for gas Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone (EEZ) is a sign of
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The European Council’s discussion of sanctions against Turkey over its “illegal drilling” for natural gas in the Republic of Cyprus’
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The pariah state of Turkish Cyprus and Turkey have both said they will defend their “legitimate rights” as the Republic
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French President Emmanuel Macron has called on Turkey to halt its “illegal” gas drilling in the Cypriot exclusive economic zone.