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The Green Line Regulation

The Green Line Regulation

  This is an event organised by AHDR: “Don’t miss this great opportunity to understand the basics of the Green Line Regulation and find out more about your rights. Join the free information session at the Home for Cooperation this Wednesday from 16.00 – 17.00. This information session being organized by Europe Dierct Europe Direct

@efenosis- Closed response to the Cypriot Puzzle: “We are all refugees.”

The following is a translation of Enosis’ response to our one. We saw, with reserved pleasure that the Cypriot Puzzle website replied to an article that we published in the February edition of the “ENOSIS” (union) newspaper. In that article we articulated an initial criticism on their approach. We believe that the majority of readers on

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The People of Cyprus

We often talk about the 2 communities of Cyprus. Each of these 2 communities receives an education heavily oriented towards the so called “mother country”, often neglecting our common history. But in this way, not only is the history and background of the other community not taught, we also ignore a great number of other,

Cyprus What if – A joint declaration by Chambers of Commerce

Made by  The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce with Working Together for Economic Interdependance Joint statement: The Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry and the Turkish Cypriot Chamber of Commerce, being the leading business representative organisations on the island, strongly believe that a comprehensive solution of the Cyprus

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The English School Case Study

  By Andromachi Sophocleous I was present at the English School when Turkish Cypriots enrolled in the school for the first time after 1974 and the election of a Turkish Cypriot as the Head Boy in 2015 did not surprise me but filled me with hope.  I remember those heated moments at the school when,

Patriots Punished in Northern Cyprus

Source Huffington Post Koray Basdogrultmaci and Cinel Senem Husseyin, a Turkish-Speaking Cypriot couple, were charged for hanging the Cyprus Republic’s flag outside their home and shop in Famagusta in June 2013. They were arrested and put in jail on June 21st 2013 and their original trial was postponed until June 11th 2014. “Northern Cyprus is legally