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Turkish Cypriot leftist incumbent concedes defeat in runoff to hardliner who favors stronger ties with Turkey
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Turkish Cypriot leftist incumbent concedes defeat in runoff to hardliner who favors stronger ties with Turkey

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NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Turkish Cypriot leftist incumbent concedes defeat in runoff to hardliner who favors stronger ties with Turkey.

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