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Greek Cypriot driver held in north after hitting and killing pedestrian

File Photo: Morphou area

A Greek Cypriot aged 59, was remanded into custody for three days by a court in the north on Saturday after he hit and killed a man on the Kyrenia–Morphou road, reports said.

According to Turkish Cypriot media, police arrested the driver who hit the pedestrian, 65 on Friday night while heading towards the Morphou area.

The pedestrian was taken to hospital and died later from his injuries.  His burial was held on Saturday.



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