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British Woman Who Accused Israelis of Rape in Cyprus Is Spared Prison
The woman, who will be allowed to return home, said she had been pressured to retract her statement after telling the police that a dozen young men had attacked her.
Woman Who Accused 12 Men of Rape Is Guilty of â€˜Public Mischiefâ€™ in Cyprus
The British woman said that a dozen Israeli men had raped her in a resort town, and then retracted her statement. She could face up to a year in prison.
Cyprus Rape Case That Roiled Israel Falls Apart, With 12 Suspects Freed
A dozen Israeli teenagers accused of raping a British tourist in a Cyprus resort have been freed, and the accuser was arrested on charges of making a false accusation.
E.U. Punishes Turkey for Gas Drilling Off Cyprus Coast
The measures stopped short of all-out sanctions against Turkish companies, but they come as the countryâ€™s economy is struggling.
Dimitris Christofias, 72, Cyprus President for One Ill-Fated Term, Dies
Elected amid hopes he could reunify the divided island, his tenure was marked by financial crisis and a devastating munitions accident.
Domestic Workers Are Killed in Cyprus, and Authorities Face a Reckoning
At least seven women and girls are believed to be victims of a Cyprus serial killer. The case raised questions about the treatment of domestic workers.
Don McCullin Is a War Photographer. Just Donâ€™t Call Him an Artist.
His camera has captured conflict from Northern Ireland to Vietnam. An exhibition at Tate Britain in London shows some of his finest work.
Billionaire Backer of Maria Butina Had Russian Security Ties
Konstantin Nikolaev, the oligarch who helped finance Ms. Butina, has been an investor in projects linked to the Russian government.
With Weddings in Cyprus, Israelis and Lebanese Bridge a Divide
Cyprus has developed a cottage industry in weddings for couples from Israel and Lebanon, where only religious leaders are authorized to perform marriages.
Putin, or the World? Sanctions May Force Oligarchs to Choose
The ramifications of the latest U.S. measures will be widespread, isolating some Russian companies from Western markets and leaving others with damaging uncertainty.
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