This is highly unlikely to impinge on regular blogospheric radar sets across the spectrum, but that doesn't mean that it's not of interest: Cyprus vote leaves island split.
More than three-quarters of Greek Cypriots have voted against a UN plan to reunite the island in a referendum.
Turkish Cypriots, in contrast, endorsed the plan with a 65% majority, according to official results.
But both sides had to approve the proposals for Cyprus to be reunified in time for EU membership on 1 May
A Fistful of Euros (who I cheerfully admit is more up to speed on this sort of thing than I am) doesn't know what's going to happen next; as it stands, the Greek half of the island is slated to enter the European Union while the Turkish half will not. That will... complicate matters, since as far as I know the Turkish half of the island doesn't have an internationally recognized government. Hey, I told you that I'm not up to speed on this sort of thing: I merely pass along the story and an encouragement to click the link.