North Cyprus News | Cyprus Today – 21/6/2014

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No Plans to Tax Ex-GC Property – The government has rejected claims that it is planning to make people with former Greek Cypriot properties pay tax on their value.

Quakes Rock TRNC – Five earthquakes rattled North Cyprus in as many hours on Thursday evening but experts have assured the public there is no cause for alarm.

Police Hunt Killer of Senior Officer – Police in the sleepy Karpaz village of Kuruova are examining local registered shotguns as they hunt the killer of a senior police officer blasted to death on his mother’s verandah. Detectives are also studying records of a woman with whom deputy inspector Mehmet Bayraktar was believed to be having a relationship.

MBE honour for Fellows – A long term ex-pat resident of north Cyprus has been awarded the MBE in recognition of services to the community in north Cyprus.


TC’s ‘claim record compensation’ – A group of Turkish Cypriots are reported to be claiming a record 20 million euros in compensation over properties they left behind in Limassol in 1974

Be on guard against fake euro banknotes – People have been warned to be on their guard against fake euros, after the seizure of more than a quarter of a million euros-worth said to have been brought into the country from the South.

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