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Greek Cypriot Mother and Daughter Arrested in the Occupied North

File photo of the occupied town of Morphou

A Greek Cypriot woman and her daughter were arrested in the occupied north on Sunday for taking photos in the town of Morphou and are expected to appear before a military court on Monday.

According to Turkish Cypriot reports, the 52-year-old woman entered the garden of the house in which she lived before 1974 with her 20-year-old daughter where an army officer now resides and took photos.

Turkish Cypriot authorities also issued a statement regarding the incident, saying the mother and daughter were arrested at 10 am on Sunday for taking photos and videos in a military zone.

The Cyprus government has reportedly been informed of the arrest. The Morphou municipality on Monday morning strongly condemned the incident.

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