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Cyprus remains split between Greek and Turkish Cypriots. Its violent past casts a shadow over the island. Now unification is on the horizon, with issues of economy and security driving negotiations.
For the first time in the financial crisis, bank accounts are being raided and people's savings are being seized. We look at the fallout of the EU's cruel gamble, exposing the human cost that's devastating Cyprus.
Following a succession of droughts in Cyprus, water has become a rare luxury for many residents. Is the water being shipped from Greece enough to significantly tackle this problem?
Are tourists buying homes in Northern Cyprus purchasing stolen property? Title deeds for holiday flats are at the centre of a property dispute that goes back to the time the island was partition.
Cyprus proves to be one of the most difficult problem regions in Europe - yet it must be addressed in order for Cyprus to be part of the EU.
For more than 30 years the United Nations have been keeping a fragile peace on the divided island of Cyprus. Since the Turkish army occupied the North in 1974, Greek-Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots have occupied separate parts of the island.