Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders launched talks in what is seen as the best chance in decades to reunite their divided island. The rival leaders held the 90 minute historic meeting in their divided capital, Nicosia. Cyprus has been divided since 1974, and it is hoped the talks between the two moderate statesmen can end a conflict which threatens Turkey’s EU membership hopes.
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