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] Talks to reunify Cyprus collapsing on Friday and the UN says that's the end of road for now. A two-year peace process that was seen as the best chance for a deal in generations grinding to a halt.
At talks in the Swiss Alps, Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders seemed unable to overcome their differences. The last session dissolving into yelling drama, sources say. Cyprus was split in 1974 by a Turkish army invasion triggered by a Greek Cypriot coup, they wanted union with Greece. Greek Cypriots seeming ready at the talks to meet Turkish Cypriot demands for a rotating presidency.
But they want Turkish troops to leave the island and Ankara didn't yield. With no fallback plan, the peace process seems for now to have hit a dead end.