Turkish Cypriots, who vote on Sunday, say their culture is being threatened by Ankara’s tightening grip When Turkish Cypriots go to the polls on Sunday, they will do so under the shadow of the giant Hala Sultan mosque. Before its foundation stone was laid in a remote spot on the road to Famagusta barely four years ago, there was little else towering over the Mesoria plain that engulfs northern Nicosia. Now, its monumental domes and minarets are by far the biggest in the eastern Mediterranean. Related: Cyprus presidential race begins as nine candidates submit bids...
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