Every Saturday morning, as tourists at the Greek Cypriot checkpoint walk past coils of barbed wire into the Turkish-Cypriot–controlled sector of Cyprus, Rita Mantoles is out pleading for help. On a small placard are the testimonies of her grief: faded black-and-white photos of her
husband, father, uncle, and three other relatives arrested twenty-three years ago by Turkish soldiers who invaded the island a few days after a
coup by Greek Cypriots bent on union with Greece.
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