The Larnaca Criminal Court has handed down a landmark verdict, sentencing a 34yearold man to nine years in prison for sexually abusing his partner’s daughter. In a distressing turn of events, the child’s mother also received a 16month sentence for domestic violence, emphasizing the court’s zerotolerance stance on child abuse.
The gathering in Famagusta for earthquake victims was a solemn march demanding justice for the 24 children who tragically lost their lives in a collapsed hotel in Turkey. The community members called for the architects to face charges of intentional killing, emphasizing the use of substandard materials and unauthorized alterations in the hotel’s construction.
The trial of Sefer Bugra Altundag, accused of murdering Zehie Helin Reessur, a Turkish Cypriot girl, has been postponed again due to his lawyer’s request for more time to consult. This delay, which marks almost a year since the proceedings began, is causing mounting concerns over timely justice as the community and the grieving family anxiously await closure.
The families of the 24 Cypriot children who died in the Isias hotel collapse in Turkey are demanding justice and stricter legal action. They are seeking accountability for structural flaws in the building and challenging the adequacy of expected legal repercussions for those responsible for its construction and maintenance.