Turkish President Erdogan's lawyer lodges a complaint against Dimokratia, which ran a headline targeting the leader with foul language in Turkish and English.
Greece says high-level talks between aides to Turkish President Erdogan and Greek Prime Minister Mitsotakis raise the possibility of direct engagement between the leaders over the eastern Mediterranean maritime zone conflict.
Turkish President Erdogan lashes out at French President Macron, who has blamed Turkey for problems in Syria, Libya, and the eastern Mediterranean, in the latest verbal salvo between the two leaders.
Top American diplomat praises German efforts to reduce tensions via opening a door for dialogue and hopes "the military assets that are there will be withdrawn" for communication.
Emmanuel Macron is mistaken in thinking that Turkish people will prioritise domestic politics over the country’s national interest.
Turkey and Iran emphasised their commitment to developing new economic cooperation areas to turn around declining bilateral trade volume, according to a joint declaration issued by both countries after their High-Level Cooperation Council meeting.
NATO chief confirms technical talks have started at a military level to reduce risk of conflict in the eastern Mediterranean after Athens said it never agreed to any talks.
France’s aggressive military actions in the eastern Mediterranean have not been supported by Germany, which seeks mediation between Turkey and Greece.
President Erdogan, government and military officials and opposition leaders laid a wreath at Anitkabir, the mausoleum of Turkish Republic’s founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk in the capital Ankara, to mark the 98th anniversary of the Victory Day.
"We welcome the Turkish role to help us achieve reconciliation and end the division," head of Hamas resistance group Ismail Haniyah tells media in Istanbul. Meanwhile, Israel continues to target besieged enclave almost daily since August 6.
"Turkey has no designs on any other country's lands, sovereignty, or interests, but it will never make concessions on what rightfully belongs to it," Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said.
Ankara warns Athens not to raise eastern Mediterranean tensions or it'll not hesitate to do "what is necessary", though it said it wants to solve differences through talks and expects EU to act as "honest" mediator.
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