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Cyprus v. Turkey

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The Court found continuing violations of numerous rights protected by the Convention in respect to the following subject-matters: Greek-Cypriot missing persons and their relatives; the home and property of displaced persons; the living conditions of Greek Cypriots in northern Cyprus; and the situation of Turkish Cypriots living in northern Cyprus. Turkey's responsibility under the Convention could not be confined to the acts of its own soldiers and officials operating in northern Cyprus but was also engaged by virtue of the acts of the local administration (“the TRNC”), which survived by virtue of Turkish military and other support.


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