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Greeks, Turks Consider Reuniting Cyprus

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Greeks, Turks Consider Reuniting Cyprus

Greeks, Turks Consider Reuniting Cyprus

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Greek and Turkish communities on Cyprus will decide whether to accept a U.N. plan to reunite their island, divided since the 1970s when Turkish troops invaded. Three decades later, the Cyprus question gains urgency as the island prepares to enter the European Union in 2004. John Psaropoulos reports.

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