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Fifty years later, we still don’t accept what we did in 1963

Fifty years later, we still don’t accept what we did in 1963

By Loucas Charalambous YESTERDAY was the 50th anniversary of the blackest day in the modern history of Cyprus. If we Greek Cypriots realised the role the events of December 21, 1963, played in our history, every year on this day we should go to the moat that surrounds the Venetian wall in Nicosia (which we

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