Κραυγή οργής από τους πάντες στην Κύπρο για τις λαικίστικες, ανιστόριστες, ανεύθυνες και απαράδεκτες δηλώσεις προέδρου Χριστοφιά!!!!!

Ελληνο-αμερικανικό τηλεοπτικό πρόγραμμα και Κυπριακός Τύπος για την επίσκεψη Χριστόφια στις Ηνωμένες Πολιτείες Αμερικής.
Για άμεση κυκλοφορία: 29 Σεπτέμβριος  2010

Η Ελληνοκύπρια ερευνήτρια/συγγραφέας από το Λονδίνο  κα Φανούλα Αργυρού ήταν η φιλοξενούμενη σήμερα στην εκπομπή του κ. ‘Άγγ. Αγγελάτου, η οποία μίλησε για τις τρέχουσες εξελίξεις στο Κυπριακό, την επίσκεψη προέδρου Δημήτρη Χριστόφια στην Αμερική και τις δηλώσεις που έκανε και για την ιστορία του Κυπριακού και απάντησε σε ερωτήσεις από ακροατές. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

320 Greek Cypriot prisoners of war were killed with a sword bayonet

 New mass execution revealed

(Cyprus Weekly) – NICOSIA – Another mass execution of Greek Cypriot POWs by the Turkish army comes to light 35 years after it took place during the Turkish invasion of the island in 1974.

The Turkish Cypriot daily “Afrika” quotes an eye witness, who kept his anonymity, that eight busloads of POWs were bayoneted and hacked to death as they waited to be shipped to Turkey.

The massacre took place towards the end of August 1974 when about 320 Greek Cypriot POWs were driven in buses to the Kyrenia coast to board a ship for their transport to Turkey.

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Cypriot POWs’ DNA identified in mass grave in Cyprus – Turkish war crimes in the foreground

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The remains of five Greek Cypriot POWs of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, were found in a mass grave. The five prisoners of war, all of them soldiers of the Cypriot National Guard, reservists that had beel called up to active duty, all wearing their battle dress uniforms, had been photographed alive by a Turkish journalist at the time of their capture by the Turkish invasion forces; their remains were found during the excavations conducted by the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP, functioning under the auspices of the United Nations) at the occupied village of Tziaos, and identified using the DNA method. Διαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »

WHY WE FIGHT:Pictures and Videos of Cypriot Vigils and Demonstrations in Washington DC and Nicosia. ΓΙΑΤΙ ΑΓΩΝΙΖΟΜΑΣΤΕ: Φωτογραφίες και βίντεο από αγρυπνίες και διαδηλώσεις για την Κύπρο στην Ουάσινγκτον και την Λευκωσία.

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NEW YORK–The Cyprus Action Network of America (CANA) is pleased that the fervor for justice is growing stronger with each passing year, as much as the Greek and Cypriot establishment and lobby groups with their political ineptitude and personal agendas would like to bury this issue of memorialising 20th of July with muddled messages and talks (to the tune of bouzoukia and baglamades) on so-called «solutions» that involve so-called «federations» with the very criminals who perpetrated a HOLOCAUST on Greek-Cypriots,we say NEVER AGAIN. We will not be silent , and we are not going away.

Photos taken during our 18 hr Cyprus Vigil outside the Turkish Ambassador’s residence in Washington DC at Sheridan Circle/Park on July 19-July20 ,2009 are available for download at the ‘Pictures’ page on our website:

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EXCLUSIVE: Religious artifacts in Cyprus in ‘great peril’

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The Washington Times
By Julia Duin

Originally published 04:45 a.m., July 21, 2009, updated 06:22 a.m., July 21, 2009

Religious artifacts on the divided island of Cyprus are in «great peril,» according to a U.S. Helsinki Commission document to be released Tuesday afternoon.

Thousands of Orthodox icons, manuscripts, frescoes and mosaics have been looted from churches, chapels and monasteries in northern Cyprus, ending up on international auction blocks, says the document, the result of a lengthy investigation by the Helsinki Commission and titled «Destruction of Cultural Property in the Northern Part of Cyprus and Violations of International LawΔιαβάστε τη συνέχεια του άρθρου »