Physically divided, the Greek and Turkish Cypriots have learnt to share an island. While high diplomacy changes the gears of peace talks, ordinary people bear the consequences of crossing the only UN border in the European Union, and living in the only city in the world that’s a capital city of two states. Traditionally seen as a graveyard of diplomacy, Cyprus might have just taken on an undiscovered route towards a reunified island. But how easy is this journey of change?
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