You’d think this was negotiated by the same people who accomplished the Iran nuclear deal, but no; it’s the EU

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Turkish riot police clash with supporters at Zaman daily newspaper headquarters in Istanbul on March 5, 2016. An Istanbul court on March 4, 2016 ordered into administration a Turkish Zaman daily newspaper that is sharply critical of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, amid growing alarm over freedom of expression in the country. / AFP / OZAN KOSE

Turkey agrees to accept the return of Syrian refugees it sent to Greece if Europe will take refugees presently in Turkey on a one-to-one basis.

The deal would operate under a one-for-one principle in which EU countries would take Syrian refugees from camps in Turkey for every Syrian refugee Turkey takes back from Greece.

In return, the EU agreed to speed up its work on Turkey’s EU membership application and Ankara’s bid for visa free access for its citizens to the bloc. The EU is also set to increase the €3 billion ($3.3 billion) it had already committed to help Turkey cope.

Is the entire western world incapable of reason?

Another rhetorical question.

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