Nicosia, Cyprus: the last divided capital in the world | Divided Cities



Nicosia, Cyprus: the last divided capital in the world | Divided Cities

It is 45 years since Turkey and Greece came to blows in Cyprus, and the island remains physically and politically divided – not least by a wall that cuts through the capital, Nicosia. But a new generation of conscientious objectors are risking prison – and the scorn of their elders – by refusing to take up arms against each other
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