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70 Years

Three-power Geneva accord on Cyprus ceasefire: The first issue of the Cyprus Mail since the coup and first wave of the Turkish invasion focused on the talks between Greece, Turkey and Britain in Geneva. Photos show the damage to Nicosia airport – August 1, 1974

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