The young refugees shooting hoops in Cyprus
11 February 2023 | 5:05 pm
On the Mediterranean island of Cyprus, the situation for many African refugees is dire. Even after they're granted asylum, they have a hard time integrating into society due to the island's lack of political will. But Joshua Kambala and his friends are channeling their frustration in a positive way: On the basketball court.
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In Turkish-controlled Northern Cyprus, education has become the leading economic sector. No less than 23 universities are concentrated in the small self-declared state recognised only by Turkey, which has occupied it since 1974.
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