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CYPRUS-BLAST/
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September 12, 2019
Workers repair the shattered windows in a hotel room following a blast in a military ammunition depot...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Workers repair the shattered windows in a hotel room following a blast in a military ammunition depot...
Workers repair the shattered windows in a hotel room following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town of Kyrenia in nothern Cyprus, September 12,2019. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-BLAST/
RTS2Q9E3
September 12, 2019
Shattered windows are seen in a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Shattered windows are seen in a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town...
Shattered windows are seen in a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town of Kyrenia in nothern Cyprus, September 12, 2019. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY
CYPRUS-BLAST/
RTS2Q9DI
September 12, 2019
Guests board a bus at a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town of Kyrenia...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Guests board a bus at a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town of Kyrenia...
Guests board a bus at a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town of Kyrenia in nothern Cyprus, September 12,2019. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-BLAST/
RTS2Q9DH
September 12, 2019
Shattered windows are seen in a hotel room following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Shattered windows are seen in a hotel room following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the...
Shattered windows are seen in a hotel room following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town of Kyrenia in nothern Cyprus, September 12,2019. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-BLAST/
RTS2Q9D4
September 12, 2019
Guests walk outside the main entrance of a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Guests walk outside the main entrance of a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near...
Guests walk outside the main entrance of a hotel following a blast in a military ammunition depot near the town of Kyrenia in nothern Cyprus, September 12,2019. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-FLOODS/
RTS295NP
December 06, 2018
People watch a flooded area of Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
Kyrenia, Cyprus
People watch a flooded area of Kyrenia
People watch a flooded area of Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-FLOODS/
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December 06, 2018
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-FLOODS/
RTS295L9
December 06, 2018
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-FLOODS/
RTS295L7
December 06, 2018
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS-FLOODS/
RTS295KY
December 06, 2018
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia
Divers search a swollen river in Kyrenia, north Cyprus, December 6, 2018. REUTERS/Yiannis Kourtoglou
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE4X6
April 19, 2009
An election official gestures as a Turkish Cypriot man (R) prepares his ballot to cast his vote at a...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
An election official gestures as a Turkish Cypriot man prepares his ballot to cast his vote at a polling...
An election official gestures as a Turkish Cypriot man (R) prepares his ballot to cast his vote at a polling station in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE4X5
April 19, 2009
An election official gestures as a Turkish Cypriot man (R) prepares his ballot to cast his vote at a...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
An election official gestures as a Turkish Cypriot man prepares his ballot to cast his vote at a polling...
An election official gestures as a Turkish Cypriot man (R) prepares his ballot to cast his vote at a polling station in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE4WN
April 19, 2009
A Turkish Cypriot woman holds a ballot as she gets ready to cast her vote at a polling station in Kyrenia,...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
A Turkish Cypriot woman holds a ballot as she gets ready to cast her vote at a polling station in Kyrenia...
A Turkish Cypriot woman holds a ballot as she gets ready to cast her vote at a polling station in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE4WC
April 19, 2009
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat (C) and his wife Oya Talat (L) chat with a voter outside of a...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya Talat chat with a voter outside of a polling...
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat (C) and his wife Oya Talat (L) chat with a voter outside of a polling station in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE4W4
April 19, 2009
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat casts his vote in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat casts his vote in Kyrenia
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat casts his vote in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE4W0
April 19, 2009
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat talks to media after he cast his vote in Kyrenia, in the Turkish...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat talks to media after he cast his vote in Kyrenia
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat talks to media after he cast his vote in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE4VO
April 19, 2009
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya Talat (R) cast their votes in Kyrenia, in the...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya Talat cast their votes in Kyrenia
Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya Talat (R) cast their votes in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS)
CYPRUS/NORTH ELECTIONS
RTXE52P
April 18, 2009
Turkish Cypriot men at phone boxes make phone calls near a polling station in Kyrenia, in the Turkish...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot men at phone boxes make phone calls near a polling station in Kyrenia, in the Turkish...
Turkish Cypriot men at phone boxes make phone calls near a polling station in Kyrenia, in the Turkish administered northern part of Cyprus, April 19, 2009. Turkish Cypriots held general elections on Sunday in a vote likely to boost hardliners and complicate efforts to resolve the long-running division of Cyprus, a threat to Turkey's European Union accession bid. REUTERS/Murad Sezer (CYPRUS POLITICS ELECTIONS IMAGE OF THE DAY TOP PICTURE)
TALAT
RTXNEKP
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat leaves a polling station in...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat leaves a polling station .....
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat leaves a polling station in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots.
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CUB
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat leaves a polling station in...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister Talat leaves a polling station in Kyrenia.
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat leaves a polling station in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas FS/MAD
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CKK
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya Talat stand...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya Talat ......
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya Talat stand behind cabinets to cast their votes. Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat (R) and his wife Oya Talat stand behind cabinets to cast their votes at polling station no. 84 in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Turkish Cypriots went to the polls on Sunday to replace outgoing veteran politician Rauf Denktash during presidential elections in northern Cyprus. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CIT
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot PM and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat looks on as his wife Oya Talat receives...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot PM and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat looks on as his wife Oya Talat ...
Turkish Cypriot PM and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat looks on as his wife Oya Talat receives her ballot in Kyrenia. Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat (C) looks on as his wife Oya Talat (L) receives her ballot from a polling station official in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CHZ
April 17, 2005
A police officer stands next to ballot box number 84 before Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
A police officer stands next to a ballot box in Kyrenia.
A police officer stands next to ballot box number 84 before Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat and wife Oya arrived to cast their votes in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas FS/KS
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CHF
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat pulls a boy's ears after casting...
Kyrenia, United Kingdom
Turkish Cypriot PM and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat jokes with a boy in Kyrenia.
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat pulls a boy's ears after casting his vote in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas FS/KS
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CGI
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot PM and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat kisses a supporter after casting his vote...
Kyrenia, United Kingdom
Turkish Cypriot PM and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat kisses a supporter after casting his ......
Turkish Cypriot PM and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat kisses a supporter after casting his vote in Kyrenia. Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat kisses a supporter after casting his vote in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CEO
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat leaves a polling station number...
Kyrenia, United Kingdom
Turkish Cypriot PM and presidential candidate Talat leaves a polling station in Kyrenia.
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat leaves a polling station number 84 after casting his vote in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas FS/KS
CYPRUS ELECTIONS
RTR8CC3
April 17, 2005
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Talat and his wife Oya cast their votes in...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Talat and his wife Oya cast their votes in...
Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Talat and his wife Oya cast their votes in Kyrenia. Turkish Cypriot Prime Minister and Presidential candidate Mehmet Ali Talat and his wife Oya cast their votes in Kyrenia April 17, 2005. Talat is favoured to win Sunday's presidential election in his tiny enclave and is expected to push for a revival of stalled peace talks with rival Greek Cypriots. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
CYPRUS
RTRI5WN
April 25, 2004
A lone Turkish Cypriot man on the waterfront fishes as Turkish Cypriot and Turkish flags hang from a...
Kyrenia, Cyprus - Republic of
LONE TURKISH CYPRIOT FISHES WHILE TURKISH CYPRIOT AND TURKISH FLAGS HANG FROM BALCONY IN KYRENIA.
A lone Turkish Cypriot man on the waterfront fishes as Turkish Cypriot and Turkish flags hang from a balcony of an apartment overlooking the Mediterranean in Kyrenia, northern Cyprus, April 25, 2004. Greek Cypriots rejected a United Nations peace plan on Saturday that would have reunited the Turkish and Greek sides of the island, while Turkish Cypriots approved it. About 65 percent of Turkish Cypriots approved the United Nations plan in the hopes of ending their international isolation and shaking off the effects of a 30-year economic embargo. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas FS/CRB
CYPRUS
RTR8QZ9
December 13, 2003
TURKISH CYPRIOTS SUPPORTING THE OPPOSITION REPUBLICAN TURKISH PARTY (CTP) MARCH THROUGH THE MAIN STREET...
Kyrenia, Cyprus - Republic of
TURKISH CYPRIOTS SUPPORTING THE OPPOSITION REPUBLICAN TURKISH PARTY (CTP) MARCH THROUGH THE MAIN ...
TURKISH CYPRIOTS SUPPORTING THE OPPOSITION REPUBLICAN TURKISH PARTY (CTP) MARCH THROUGH THE MAIN STREET IN KYRENIA. Turkish Cypriots supporting the opposition Republican Turkish Party (CTP) march through the main street in Kyrenia December 13, 2003, as they campaign for the Sunday's general elections in northern Cyprus. REUTERS/Fatih Saribas
CYPRUS
RTR6GQ2
July 19, 2000
Turkish Cypriot soldiers parade on the quay next to a coast guard boat anchored during a ceremony in...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
TURKISH NAVY PRESENTS A COAST GUARD BOAT TO THE TURKISH CYPRIOTS.
Turkish Cypriot soldiers parade on the quay next to a coast guard boat anchored during a ceremony in the port of Kyrenia in north Cyprus July 19. The boat, built by Turkish navy, was given to the Turkish Cypriot security forces following a ceremony held in Kyrenia, in which Turkish Cypriots' leader Rauf Denktash attended.

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CYPRUS
RTR56AP
June 11, 2000
Venezuela's Joan Chopite (Centre, kneeling) waves after being crowned Miss Globe at a beauty pageant...
Kyrenia, Cyprus
VENEZUELAN BEAUTY WINS MISS GLOBE IN NORTHERN CYPRUS.
Venezuela's Joan Chopite (Centre, kneeling) waves after being crowned Miss Globe at a beauty pageant held June 10 in northern Cyprus along with runners up (from left, standing) third placed Daniele Maraes of Brazil, fourth placed Zlata Sivanicova of Slovakia, fifth Katerina Kocurova of the Czech Republic, second place Olja Dudinskaja of Belarus. The contest was overshadowed by a row over the presence of Miss Greece at the pageant in breakaway Turkish Cyprus.

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CYPRUS
RTR567G
June 11, 2000
Venezuela's Joan Chopite gestures after being crowned Miss Globe at a beauty pageant held June 10 in...
Kyrenia, Turkey
VENEZUELAN BEAUTY WINS MISS CLOBE IN NORTH CYPRUS.
Venezuela's Joan Chopite gestures after being crowned Miss Globe at a beauty pageant held June 10 in northern Cyprus. The competition was overshadowed by a row over the attendance of Miss Greece in the breakaway Turkish Cypriot enclave. Miss Greece Katerina Delli withdrew from the pageant and returned to Greece.

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TURKEY CYPRUS
RTRJJ2F
November 18, 1998
Ships from the Turkish Navy head towards the port of Kyrenia in northern Cyprus November 18. The Turkish...
Kyrenia, Turkey
TURKISH NAVY SHIPS PARTICIPATE IN A MILITARY EXERCISE OFF NORTH CYPRUS.
Ships from the Turkish Navy head towards the port of Kyrenia in northern Cyprus November 18. The Turkish navy anchored off Kyrenia to participate in a joint military exercise involving Turkish Cypriots and Turkish forces in the northern part of island.

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