CYPRUS: Bitter Hatred on the Island of Love

Determined to get by force what it could not get at the Geneva negotiating table, Turkey last week again broke the unsteady Cyprus truce. With as much ease as a surgeon wielding a scalpel across the dusky Cypriot plain, Turkish forces supported by tanks, jets and ar tillery moved out of their previously held strongpoints around Kyrenia and Nicosia and within 40 hours crossed to the other side of the island at Famagusta, neatly taking control of the northeastern third of the island in what well may be a permanent division line...

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