By STEPHEN GROVES and DAVE KOLPACK Associated Press ISTANBUL (AP) — Turkey's president has taken aim at France's leader, following French criticism about Turkish maritime activities in the eastern Mediterranean that have ignited tensions with Greece and the European Union. In a speech Saturday, Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan claimed that French President Emmanuel Macron was targeting him. 'You will have many more problems with me,' Erdogan said, adding, 'don't mess with the Turkish nation and Turkey.' On Friday, Marcon said that Europe needed to be 'clear and firm' with Erdogan's government over its actions. France and Turkey, both NATO […]
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