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Inside a gallery on the divided Mediterranean island of Cyprus, Selma Bolayir draws a large yellow sun on a black-and-white picture of a South Vietnamese soldier who appears to be crying.A Turkish Cypriot, Bolayir is in Paphos to take part in an art therapy session, more than 40 years after fleeing the coastal town following a Turkish invasion of the island's north in 1974 .In a population swap, Turkish Cypriots fled to the north and Greek Cypriots fled to the south.At Paphos' Old Power House, sculptures of Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot artists are exhibited side by side.Sculptor Baki Bogac, a Turkish Cypriot, saved the works Hadjiadamos left behind.Years after looking after the works, Bogac searched out the artist to return his works, but Hadjiadamos had died in 1990 .
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