Turkey's Coup Puts Europe in an Awkward Spot
The flood of migrants entering Europe from the Middle East has slowed to a trickle since Turkey began enforcing its deal with the European Union. But the failed coup in Turkey has complicated other aspects of the agreement.
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Despite concerns about the rule of law in Turkey, the Continent wants to avoid setting off a crisis it hoped it had left behind....
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