Despite pressure from European Union leaders, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan offered no answers to a long list of concerns from Brussels over Turkey’s intervention in Syria and the jailing of dozens of journalists at home.

Meeting at a summit in the Black Sea coastal city of Varna on Monday- which host Bulgaria described as "charged with a great deal of tension, - the EU vowed to keep funds flowing for a refugee deal with Ankara, but fended off Turkish demands for deeper trade ties an...


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