Varosha move puzzles amid low expectations on Cyprus
UN steers clear of Cyprus blame game as focus moves to hydrocarbons
Movement on name issue but Athens keeps expectations low
Blame game follows collapse of Cyprus reunification talks
Cyprus talks fail to deliver result, leave concerns about future ties
Some optimism for Cyprus talks but complex issues remain
Latest EU plan to tackle refugee crises poses new, bigger challenges for Tsipras
Greece has agreed to provide the facilities needed to host 50,000 refugees while they wait for reallocation as part of a new EU agreement brokered on Sunday.
The deal struck in Brussels will see Athens find spots to accommodate 30,000 people and the UNHCR provide shelter for another 20,000. This represents a marked change in the kind of demands being made of Greek authorities.
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