KASTELLORIZO, Greece — In the narrow Mediterranean strait between the easternmost islands of Greece and the shoreline of western Turkey, Kostas Raftis steered his fishing dinghy along the invisible maritime border dividing the two countries. Usually, this is a placid spot where Raftis fishes for red mullet and snapper. Now it is unexpectedly becoming a geopolitical flash point.
"Tiny Islands Make for Big Tensions Between Greece and Turkey" is from the April 21, 2018 World section of The New York Times. It was written by Patrick Kingsley and narrated by Keith Sellon-Wright.