The facts on the Turkish intervention in Cyprus.
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Published by Committee for Peace in Cyprus .
Written in English


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Pagination23p.
Number of Pages23
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Open LibraryOL14070675M

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On 20 January , the Turkish military began an intervention in the Afrin region of Syria, In , Greek Cypriot Intelligence Agency chief said that people in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus could be helping members of the ISIL militant group travel between Europe and Syria. He added that the Greek Cypriot Intelligence Agency had Location: Syria. The “Cyprus problem” of ongoing conflict between the Greeks and Turks on the Mediterranean island of Cyprus came to a head in July when a Greek-backed coup d’état on July 15 prompted a Turkish intervention five days later. In the spring of , President of Cyprus Archbishop Makarios III learned of plans for a coup against him. Languages: Greek, Turkish, English Monetary Unit: 1 Cyprus pound = cents; Turkish lira used in north Area: 9, sq km (of which 3, sq km are in the Turkish Cypriot area) - about times the size of Connecticut Climate: Temperate; Mediterranean with hot, dry summers and cool winters Population: , (July est.). A Turkish armada of 33 ships, including troop transporters and at least 30 tanks and small landing craft, has landed on the northern coast. Airlifted to safety. The bulk of the Greek fleet put to sea last night from the island of Salamis. There are reports of clashes between Greek and Turkish warships near Paphos, a port in south-western Cyprus.

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