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I was in a taxi on way to my motel in Nicosia, Cyprus, when I peered out the window and saw a scrappy tent encampment under olive trees and, oddly enough, a large and tattered Iraqi flag. I immediately asked the driver to stop, and got out with my video camera, ran across the street, and I was suddenly in the United Nations (UN) “green zone” that separates the Greek Cyprus from the Turkish Cyprus. UN security towers hovered over me, the deflated tents, broken chairs, and four Iraqi men. I introduced myself and they told me their story on mini-DV tape. They had smuggled themselves here and were camping out, protesting for asylum or a work visa.
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