Greece Stops Over 1,100 Migrants Arriving From Turkey in Boats


Greece’s coast guard on Monday said it stopped more than 1,100 migrants and refugees crossing to its islands in boats from the coast of neighboring Turkey over the past three days, Greek newspaper Kathimerini reported. Officials turned back boats in 24 separate incidents involving some 1,130 people near five Greek eastern Aegean Sea islands, it said. Most of the interceptions occurred off the island of Lesbos in the northeast Aegean. Migrants and refugees are among the string of issues that have long-plagued Ankara-Athens relations. Ankara has frequently blamed Greece of engaging in violent and unlawful pushbacks against refugees, saying the…

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