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The heightened tension between Athens and Ankara, after the Greek Supreme Court rejected the extradition of eight Turkish military officers and reciprocal provocations over the Imia islets in recent days, are casting a shadow over the Cyprus negotiations.
The United Nations and the two leaders on Cyprus are struggling to keep the momentum of the talks going but everyone involved realizes that Athens and Ankara are not likely to engage in a constructive dialogue over security and guarantees in Cyprus at t...
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