May 17, 2016

Turkey's top diplomat rules out reforming its terror laws | News OK

MAY 17, 2016 - ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey's foreign minister insists his country will not revise its terrorism laws and says EU pressure on Turkey over the issue is tantamount to "support for terrorism."The European Union says Turkey must meet several conditions, including narrowing its legal definition of terrorism, in order for Turks to enjoy visa-free travel to Europe's passport-free Schengen...

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