Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan attends a join news conference with Bulgarian Prime Minister, European Union President and European Commission in Varna on March 26, 2018. / AFP / DIMITAR DILKOFF
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A Turkish court Tuesday ruled that two Greek soldiers charged with espionage and illegally entering the country would remain in jail, in defiance of European Union pressure for their release, reports said.A local court in Edirne ruled after its latest hearing Tuesday the two soldiers would remain behind bars, the private Dogan news agency reported, without providing any details.The Turkish lawyers of the two men had asked for their release.The longstanding foes have also clashed over Turkish demands that Greece extradite eight Turkish troops wanted over the July 2016 attempted coup aimed at unseating Erdogan.
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