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Turkey and Greece resume talks over eastern Mediterranean after five-year hiatus

Turkey and Greece resumed talks on Monday after a five-year hiatus, in an attempt to end a long-running dispute over maritime borders in the eastern Mediterranean.

Ankara and Athens are at odds over who owns energy rights in the region, airspace and status of some islands in the Aegean Sea.

But little progress has been made, despite 60 rounds of talks between 2002 and 2016.

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