Four Turkish citizens detained one month ago by Greek coastguards while sailing in the Aegean Sea have taken to Twitter to demand help from Turkish officials.
One Turk is under arrest in Greece and the three others have been released on probation. The three released fishermen cannot leave the country due to a ban by the court.
Authorities launched an investigation Tuesday after a suspected migrant smuggler from Turkey was shot dead during an operation by the Greek coast guard off the island of Kos in the southeastern Aegean.
The predawn incident occurred after the 29-year-old victim dropped off seven Syrian migrants on the island, the coast guard said in a statement.
Police on the Dodecanese island of Kos in the southeastern Aegean were investigating the circumstances surrounding the death of a 43-year-old woman on Monday.
The victim, a Romanian national, was discovered in a pool of blood by her partner, an Albanian national, in her home in the village of Platani.