Almost 2,750 migrants are known to have died while trying to cross the Mediterranean. AFP / Alessio Paduano
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The defense ministers of Cyprus, Egypt and Greece agreed Thursday to step up cooperation in combating drug, weapons and people trafficking in the east Mediterranean and to share information on countering the threat of terrorism.The Egyptian official said intelligence-sharing between the three countries is also a key element of cooperation aimed at heading off potential threats to security.Kammenos added that this trilateral cooperation could expand to include other neighboring countries.
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