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A Turkish Cypriot man eats a meal provided as part of the food aid program launched by Limassol’s bishop Athanasios for people in need on February 12, 2013 at the Bishopric Church of Panagia Katholiki in Limassol, Cyprus. The number of people benefiting from the daily food distribution program has substantially increased for the last months, due to the Mediterranean island’s economic crisis. Cypriots will vote in a presidential election on February 17, 2013 more worried about securing an international bailout for the crisis-hit economy than choosing a leader to bridge the island’s decades-old divide. AFP PHOTO/BARBARA LABORDE

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