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Turkey compensates Cyprus refugee

Turkey has paid more than $1m compensation to a Greek Cypriot woman whose property was seized when Turkish forces invaded northern Cyprus in 1974. Titiana Loizidou won her case at the European Court of Human Rights in 1998 after filing it 24 years ago. She had been forced to leave her home in Kyrenia, northern Cyprus, and move to the southern part of the island. But Turkey had resisted the decision, saying it would jeopardise attempts to settle similar claims. Full Story

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