Source: BBC News
The latest talks aimed at reunifying Cyprus have ended without a deal.
The Greek- and Turkish-Cypriot communities have been split since conflict erupted in 1974. A UN buffer zone separates the two sides.
A round of UN-backed talks in Switzerland, which began in January, were seen as the best chance to move towards a two-state federation.
But despite some signs of progress, the negotiations were deadlocked and called off early on Friday.