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A young British woman, who recanted her claim that she was raped by a group of Israeli men in a Cyprus hotel, was given a four-month suspended sentence for what a local court termed ‘public mischief’.
Cypriot police are deepening their probe into a high-tech ‘spy van’ spotted on the island, owned by an Israeli surveillance firm and capable of hacking into any smartphone from a kilometer away. Its exact purpose remains unknown.
Multiple explosions have rocked an arsenal on the northern coast of Cyprus, injuring several people, while a huge blaze has been ravaging the facility.
Ankara’s aspirations regarding oil and gas discovered off the coast of Cyprus will not be hindered by newly imposed EU sanctions, it has vowed. Turkey claims it has a right to explore resources laying off Turkish-Cypriot lands.
An object which caused an overnight explosion in the Turkish-recognized Northern Cyprus could be a “Russian-made” air defense missile that missed its target during an Israeli raid on Syria, local authorities claimed.
An unidentified object crashed and exploded in Northern Cyprus at the same time as Israeli jets were carrying out overnight strikes on Syria. Local authorities believe it could have been a misfired missile or a downed combat jet.
A leading Turkish opposition leader has threatened to warm up the frozen conflict in Cyprus after declaring that the entire island belongs to Turkey and could even be reinvaded if necessary.
Ankara will not allow any “sea bandits” to roam free and tap the disputed natural gas reserves off Cyprus, Turkey’s president has vowed, while commissioning a new warship to challenge competitors militarily, should the need arise.
Cypriot authorities suspect that ISIS fighters posing as refugees may have entered their country, a local daily reported, amid appeals to the EU to help with an influx of asylum seekers overloading the small island nation.