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ANKARA (AFP) - A resumption of stalled Cyprus peace talks appears imminent after the divided islands leaders made progress in resolving a standoff, a Turkish official said on Thursday.Hopes were high that the negotiations would resume last month but they have stuttered over the wording of a joint statement due to be made by the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities outlining...
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