Pavlos Anastasiades, Cyprus's new high commissioner to Canada, was displaced from his hometown when he was 21 years old and says he hasn’t been able to go back since. He was born in the eastern coastal city of Famagusta and lived there with his family until it was invaded by Turkish troops in 1974. It has been occupied ever since, and one of the main parts of the city with the “golden sands” is now known as a ghost town. Mr.
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