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Turkey's Erdogan: Arab Demands on Qatar Unlawful

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By Voice of America

President Tayyip Erdogan on Sunday dismissed calls for Turkey to close a military base in Qatar and said a wider list of demands issued by four Arab states was an unlawful intervention against the Gulf emirate's sovereignty.

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Anastasiades rallying support in Brussels

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By In-cyprus.com

President Nicos Anastasiades is set to hold separate meetings with EU leaders on Thursday as he attempts to bolster support ahead of the second Conference On Cyprus in Crans-Montana next week.

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Eide’s common document refers to new security blueprint

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he common document prepared by UN Cyprus envoy Espen Barth Eide deals primarily with security and can be considered as a new security blueprint.

By in-cyprus.com

The document was handed the divided island’s two chief negotiators as a first draft ahead of the Cyprus problem Conference in Crans-Montana, Switzerland on June 28.

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Turkey and Qatar in the tangled geopolitics of the Middle East

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By William Armstrong, Hurriyet Daily News

The diplomatic siege of Qatar by Saudi Arabia-led Arab Gulf states has cemented ties between Turkey and the small but superrich petro-state. The Ankara-Doha alliance is among the most significant stories of recent years and it has come under renewed focus with the Saudi-led campaign. The two countries have increasingly solid diplomatic, economic, and security relations – often putting them at odds with neighboring Gulf states. 

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