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
Slow pace of returns and relocations leaves refugee crisis finely balanced
The refugee crisis is back in the spotlight, and for reasons that indicate Greece still finds itself in a precarious position that could deteriorate rapidly if the agreement between the European Union and Turkey falls apart in the coming months.
A number of refugee-related developments this week served as a reminder that despite the lull in arrivals over the last few weeks (90 percent down in April compared to March), Greece still faces significant challenges.
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