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13 Syrian migrants found in Oroklini

File photo: the reception centre in Kokkinotrimithia

Thirteen migrants from Syria were picked up shortly after midnight in Oroklini, where they had travelled to from the north.

The men reported to police they had walked from Syria to Turkey where they remained for four days after which they travelled to the north by boat. They said they paid $5,500 for the trip.

After they arrived they walked for about four hours to reach Oroklini police station.

They were taken to Larnaca police station where they were questioned and were then transferred to the reception centre in Kokkinotrimithia.

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