Cyprus' religious leaders unite against violence to women

Maronite Archbishop Youssef Soueif, left, Turkish Cypriot Muslim Grand Mufti Talip Atalay, center, and Cyprus' Greek Orthodox Archbishop Chrysostomos II attend a first statement condemning any and all forms of violence against women and girls in Ledras Palace inside the UN buffer zone in divided capital Nicosia, in the eastern Mediterranean island of Cyprus, Wednesday, March 8, 2017. The heads of Cyprus' Muslim, Orthodox, Armenian and Maronite Christian communities, issued a first-ever joint sta





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