Nato summit: Turkey pushes Finland and Sweden on extradition after deal It calls for the handover of 33 "terror" suspects after a deal to let Finland and Sweden join Nato.
Who are 'terrorists' Turkey wants from Sweden and Finland?
The BBC speaks to three people sought in return for support of Swedish and Finnish Nato membership.
Erdoğan warns Turkey could still block Finland and Sweden’s accession to Nato
Turkish president stressed the countries must meet Ankara’s demand to extradite terror suspects
Erdogan: Nordic NATO bid could still be nixed if vows unkept
Just two days after agreeing to lift deal-breaking objections to Sweden and Finland’s NATO accession, Turkey’s leader has threatened that Ankara could still block the process if the two countries fail to fully meet his expectations
Turkey says it will renew extradition requests to Finland, Sweden after NATO deal
Turkey will renew a request for Sweden and Finland to extradite individuals it considers terrorists after the countries reached a deal over the Nordic nations' NATO membership bids, Justice Minister Bekir Bozdag said on Wednesday.
Turkey demands Sweden, Finland extradite 'terrorists' after NATO deal
The country is asking the NATO hopefuls to hand over some 33 people sought on terrorism charges, Turkish justice minister said on Wednesday.
Turkey to seek extraditions from Finland, Sweden under NATO deal
Turkey’s justice minister says Ankara is seeking extradition of 12 suspects from Finland, 21 from Sweden: State media.