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Cyprus: Why One of the World’s Most Intractable Conflicts Continues

Cyprus: Why One of the World’s Most Intractable Conflicts Continues

LONDON — It is home to the longest-serving peacekeeping mission in United Nations history. It has been called a diplomatic graveyard, having frustrated generations of negotiators. It has been compared — in complexity and duration, not bloodshed — to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. Read full article at NewYorkTimes.  

Beekeepers shun island divide to breed Cyprus’ own queen bee

By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS November 4, 2016 AGILLAR, Cyprus — For Cyprus beekeepers Soteris Antoniou and Kutret Balci, the imported Caucasian queen bee just doesn’t have what it takes. Despite its reputation as copious honey producer, they say the widely used bee simply can’t cope with their island’s long, scorching summer and tends to die off in the

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