(source, I don’t think a translation is really necessary here)
In 1960 the Greek and Turkish communities formed a mosaic. After more than 25 years of Turkish occupation of the north of the island and the forced transfer of populations, the two communities – Turkish in the north and Greek in the south – are now strictly separated by a demarcation line. Read the story about the Greek and Turkish interventions in Cyprus here and more specifically here.
- Cyprus is not at peace with Turkey (cnn.com)
- Brigadier General Dimitrios Ioannidis: Soldier who served life imprisonment after leading coups in Greece and Cyprus (independent.co.uk)
- Human Rights Maps (110): Ethnic Cleansing in Europe After WWII (filipspagnoli.wordpress.com)