February 22, 2013

The Persistence of the 'Cyprus Problem'

Louise Osborne, The Atlantic

AP Photo

Leaving plates on tables and books open on desks, residents of the western coastal town of Famagusta fled quickly as thousands of Turkish troops advanced on their homes almost four decades ago.

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