By Esra Aygin But calls for tougher security raise concerns over greater police powers A series of recent murders, robberies and other crimes in the northern part of Cyprus is creating fear among Turkish Cypriots and prompting demands for stricter security measures. One justice official said this week that in the last year alone criminal […] The post Rising crime rates in the north appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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