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Iranian Terrorist Suspect Faces Deportation After Court Ruling

An Iranian national, known as KR, is facing deportation after a court ruling due to his suspected ties to a terrorist group and involvement in criminal activities, despite having lived as a selfemployed plumber in Larnaca since 2002. The rejection of his asylum appeal led to this decision, following evidence of fake passports and plotting against Israeli interests, marking a significant development in international security measures.

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North denies hosting terrorists plotting to attack Israelis

Turkish Cypriot leaders strongly deny Israeli claims that Iran is using Northern Cyprus to plan terrorist attacks against Israelis, maintaining that the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) stands against terrorism and has tight security measures in place. The TRNC views Israel’s accusations as unfounded and diversionary, asserting its commitment to peace and security within its jurisdiction.

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New Police Terrorism Unit Established

In response to the escalating conflict in Gaza, the Cyprus Police Force has established a new Terrorism Unit to prevent terrorist activities targeting Palestinian and Israeli communities on the island. The unit’s mission includes recording and analyzing data related to aggression, preempting potential terror events, and ensuring citizen safety by implementing enhanced security measures and focusing on operational security.

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