Greeks and Turks Move Toward a Cyprus Solution


U.N. personnel in Cyprus patrol the buffer zone that divides the Greek side from the Turkish-controlled areas of the capital Nicosia. Alex Mita/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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For nearly 25 years, Cyprus has been divided — Greeks in the south and Turks in the north. But leaders on both sides have agreed to open a crossing, which reporter Mike Theodulou says is a step toward reuniting the island.



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