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Arrested fishermen due to appear in court in the north  

Four fishermen, one Greek Cypriot, 33, and three Egyptian crewmen, were due in court in the north on Friday after being arrested off the north western coastline on Thursday.

The court hearing is due to take place in Morphou, the Cyprus News Agency reported.

The men were fishing off Kokkina in the St Raphael trawler when they were approached by Turkish Military in a small vessel and arrested for entering ‘Turkish Cypriot waters illegally’.

They were taken to Kokkina and later to Limnitis and interrogates at a police station. The UN has been informed, CNA said.

 

 

 

 



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