Two Greek-Cypriots arrested by Turkish-Cypriot military in UN buffer zone
Two Greek-Cypriots were arrested on Saturday afternoon by the occupying Turkish-Cypriot forces of the northern part of the island when they passed through the UN buffer zone.
Local police said a 47-year-op man and his 25-year old son were arrested as they were attempting to visit their family home located in Strovilia near the occupied city of Amochostos.
The wife of the arrested man said she was contacted by her husband and told they would be taken before the Amochostos “court” on Monday. The UN was informed of the incident
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