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Tension near Imia after Greek, Turkish coast guard boats collide


A Greek and a Turkish Coast Guard boat collided near the rocky islets of Imia in the Aegean Sea on Wednesday morning when the Turkish vessel rammed the Greek one which was patrolling the area, according to the Greek Coast Guard on Wednesday. The Greek newly-built Rafnar type speedboat suffered some damages, according to sources that did not specify their extent. The Greek Coast Guard said the boat was operating inside Greece’s territorial waters. On Thursday, the Turkish Coast Guard presented a different version of the events, arguing that two Greek fishing boats entered Turkish territorial waters near Kardak, as the…

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