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- 06/13/17--05:35: Order to kill Russian ambassador in Ankara ‘came from the north’
- 06/14/17--11:15: Call for resignations in north amid corruption claims
- 06/22/17--04:58: Man kills wife and then himself in the north
- 06/22/17--12:02: Two arrested in north as part of Gulen probe
- 06/24/17--02:13: Syrians sent back to Turkey
- 06/24/17--05:46: Two women die in separate road collisions in the north (updated)
- 07/17/17--05:43: Reports say plans to repopulate northern village abandoned
- 07/26/17--03:33: Maronites to return to villages in the north (Updated)
- 07/27/17--05:58: Far-right group’s ship briefly held in north (Updated)
The green light for the assassination of the Russian ambassador to Ankara Andrei Karlov in December last year was given in the north, reports said on Tuesday. According to Turkish newspaper, Sabah online, citing the Ankara Office of the Chief Public Prosecutor, which was investigating the murder, the off-duty officer Mevlut Mert Altintas took the “green […]
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Cyprus Turkish Teachers Union (Ktos) has said there are 160 schools compared to 190 mosques in the northern part of Cyprus, complaining that more money was being poured in religious affairs at the expense of education. The union issued a statement after learning that the authorities were preparing to shut down two elementary schools, one […]
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Two parties have called for the resignation of a Turkish Cypriot official responsible for transportation after claims that he forced a company to pay some $225,000 per month for the inspection of construction work at Tymbou (Ercan) airport, which could have been conducted for free, media reports in the north said. YDP and HP demanded […]
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A mother of one in Akanthou, in the north, was shot dead by her husband who then turned the gun on himself but didn’t die immediately, the Turkish Cypriot press reported on Thursday. Ayse Yalcin, 41, was shot several times on Wednesday evening by her husband Kemal Yalcin, 43, who is a police officer working […]
Authorities in the north have arrested two men as part of a police operation to track down persons with ties to Fetullah Gulen, a US-based Turkish cleric believed to be behind last year’s attempted coup in the neighbouring country. The detained men were named as Osman Adsiz and Selcuk Genc. Turkish Cypriot media reported that […]
Twelve Syrian nationals tried to enter Cyprus hidden inside cargo containers shipped to Famagusta port in the north, from Turkey, Turkish Cypriot newspaper Kibris reported on Saturday. The 12, including two women, were found on Friday afternoon following a tip off. They were hiding in containers carried by two lorries. They were sent back to […]
Two Turkish Cypriot women, aged 24 and 26, died in separate car accidents in the north early on Saturday, Turkish Cypriot media reported. Seda Bertan, 26, from Elia, was severely injured after her car collided head on with another vehicle on the Lefka to Nicosia road at around 1.50am. She died later in hospital. Reports […]
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Turkish Cypriot authorities have said that residents of a village in the north that had to be abandoned after it was included in a military zone won’t be going back before a settlement of the Cyprus problem, Turkish Cypriot media reported on Monday. Yeni Duzen reported in March that the Turkish military had begun clearing the […]
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Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said on Wednesday the Greek Cypriot side’s main objective was to become the sole ruler of the island instead of equal partners with the Turkish Cypriots. In a speech marking the 43th anniversary of the Turkish invasion of the north of the island, Akinci blamed the Greek Cypriot side for […]
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Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci announced on Wednesday that a decision had been made to allow Maronites to return to all their villages in the north of the island. The decision to open the villages for settlement by its former inhabitants was taken at Akinci’s office on Wednesday morning. Akinci’s office said it work […]
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A ship an anti-migrant group planned to use as part of its campaign to protect Europe from mass migration was detained in Cyprus and then turned away with its crew, after discrepancies emerged in the status of a group of Sri Lankans on board. Members of the Identarian movement, which says it wants to protect Europe’s identity […]
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