Still divided

Cyprus used to be just one of the many military and political divisions in Europe. Now the split between the Greek-Cypriot south and Turkish-Cypriot north of the island is one of the few remaining. Its significance extends to the question of Turkish accession to the European Union.

The Economist reports on the prospects of reunification.

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