More Fears for EU-Turkey Migration Deal as Ankara Hits Out at 'One-Way Road'
There is more concern over the EU-Turkey migration deal, with Turkish Prime Minister Binali Yildirim accusing the EU of not holding up its end to the deal, labeling the situation a "one-way road."
23 August, 2016
Amid ongoing tension between Ankara and Brussels over the migration agreement, Yildirim took aim at Brussels over a series of alleged failures to meet earlier promises made to Turkish authorities.
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