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alive and surrendering, but the Turks decided to murder anyways.

and we get the likes of Guy who defends Turkish murder, theft and rape of the GCs.

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alive and surrendering, but the Turks decided to murder anyways.
and we get the likes of Guy who defends Turkish murder, theft and rape of the GCs.
Greeks are not human
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Greeks are not human
......is that the reason cursy you steal greek cities from the greeks because you were not human enough to have your own,,,,,,,,

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<quoted text>......is that the reason cursy you steal greek cities from the greeks because you were not human enough to have your own,,,,,,,,
Istanbul is now Turkish
It used to be Greek for a little while, but not anymore.
If you want to call it stealing by my guest. you can still come back if you miss the cities.

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<quoted text>......is that the reason cursy you steal greek cities from the greeks because you were not human enough to have your own,,,,,,,,
even non-human greeks can move back to these cities, no-one is stopping you.
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<quoted text>a. thats a Hellenic site .b.Gat still has to provide evidence of UNTIL THAT TIME IT IS A CROCK OF COMPLETE SHITE.3RD TIME GAT PROVE ME WRONG.HAVE YOU NO BALLS?
Cyprus Mystery Solved After 35 Years
2009-08-13 19:37:48
By Nathan Morley
Nicosia, Cyprus
11 August 2009

Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 A mystery that has engaged the people of Cyprus for 35 years has been solved after the identification of the remains of five Greek Cypriot soldiers. The soldiers are among hundreds of others who have been missing since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974.

In what became an iconic picture, five Greek Cypriot soldiers were photographed surrendering to invading Turkish troops in 1974. They were never seen again. The grainy black and white photograph became a symbol of the long fight by Greek and Turkish Cypriots to discover the fate of loved ones who went missing during the conflict.

Officials said Monday the remains of the five soldiers have been identified and their families have been notified. Their remains and those of 14 other people were exhumed from an abandoned well in late 2006 in the Turkish-Cypriot north.

The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons is charged with discovering the fate of those missing after the 1974 Turkish invasion of northern Cyprus, which followed a military coup backed by the Greek government. Missing Persons Committee assistant Xenophon Kallis said this case had proved to be very emotional for the families.

"It is very emotional because if you have a photograph and they were seen alive, and unarmed, so they had some hopes, if you know what I mean," said Kallis. About 1,500 Greek Cypriots and 500 Turkish Cypriots vanished during the invasion and ensuing violence in the early 1960s.

Since starting exhumations in 2006, the U.N.-backed program has discovered 537 sets of remains from 269 burial sites across this island. The committee has identified 162 individuals, 119 Greek Cypriots and 44 Turkish Cypriots, and returned their remains to their families.

Kallis says his team still has much work to do.

"It is a full time operation, it comprises of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, but we still have a long way to go, unfortunately," said Kallis. Cyprus has been divided since 1974 when Turkey invaded the northern part of the island.

Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004.
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Cyprus Mystery Solved After 35 Years
2009-08-13 19:37:48
By Nathan Morley
Nicosia, Cyprus
11 August 2009
Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 A mystery that has engaged the people of Cyprus for 35 years has been solved after the identification of the remains of five Greek Cypriot soldiers. The soldiers are among hundreds of others who have been missing since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974.
In what became an iconic picture, five Greek Cypriot soldiers were photographed surrendering to invading Turkish troops in 1974. They were never seen again. The grainy black and white photograph became a symbol of the long fight by Greek and Turkish Cypriots to discover the fate of loved ones who went missing during the conflict.
Officials said Monday the remains of the five soldiers have been identified and their families have been notified. Their remains and those of 14 other people were exhumed from an abandoned well in late 2006 in the Turkish-Cypriot north.
The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons is charged with discovering the fate of those missing after the 1974 Turkish invasion of northern Cyprus, which followed a military coup backed by the Greek government. Missing Persons Committee assistant Xenophon Kallis said this case had proved to be very emotional for the families.
"It is very emotional because if you have a photograph and they were seen alive, and unarmed, so they had some hopes, if you know what I mean," said Kallis. About 1,500 Greek Cypriots and 500 Turkish Cypriots vanished during the invasion and ensuing violence in the early 1960s.
Since starting exhumations in 2006, the U.N.-backed program has discovered 537 sets of remains from 269 burial sites across this island. The committee has identified 162 individuals, 119 Greek Cypriots and 44 Turkish Cypriots, and returned their remains to their families.
Kallis says his team still has much work to do.
"It is a full time operation, it comprises of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, but we still have a long way to go, unfortunately," said Kallis. Cyprus has been divided since 1974 when Turkey invaded the northern part of the island.
Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004.
The only beings that kill POW's are BARBARIAN ANIMALS.
They surrender, they lay down their shotguns against your nato weapons, their mothers are waiting for them. They did what they had to do to defend their country from the barbarian invasion.
and YOU SHOT THEM in cold blood.... Fxxxxxg bloody thirsty barbarians.
you are NOT humans...
You belong with teh likes of taliban, arab radicals, muslim filth radicals, rats of the world.
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<quoted text> AND THE LINK?
Cyprus Mystery Solved After 35 Years
2009-08-13 19:37:48
By Nathan Morley
Nicosia, Cyprus
11 August 2009

Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 A mystery that has engaged the people of Cyprus for 35 years has been solved after the identification of the remains of five Greek Cypriot soldiers. The soldiers are among hundreds of others who have been missing since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974.

In what became an iconic picture, five Greek Cypriot soldiers were photographed surrendering to invading Turkish troops in 1974. They were never seen again. The grainy black and white photograph became a symbol of the long fight by Greek and Turkish Cypriots to discover the fate of loved ones who went missing during the conflict.

Officials said Monday the remains of the five soldiers have been identified and their families have been notified. Their remains and those of 14 other people were exhumed from an abandoned well in late 2006 in the Turkish-Cypriot north.

The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons is charged with discovering the fate of those missing after the 1974 Turkish invasion of northern Cyprus, which followed a military coup backed by the Greek government. Missing Persons Committee assistant Xenophon Kallis said this case had proved to be very emotional for the families.

"It is very emotional because if you have a photograph and they were seen alive, and unarmed, so they had some hopes, if you know what I mean," said Kallis. About 1,500 Greek Cypriots and 500 Turkish Cypriots vanished during the invasion and ensuing violence in the early 1960s.

Since starting exhumations in 2006, the U.N.-backed program has discovered 537 sets of remains from 269 burial sites across this island. The committee has identified 162 individuals, 119 Greek Cypriots and 44 Turkish Cypriots, and returned their remains to their families.

Kallis says his team still has much work to do.

"It is a full time operation, it comprises of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, but we still have a long way to go, unfortunately," said Kallis. Cyprus has been divided since 1974 when Turkey invaded the northern part of the island.

Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004.
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Alive and well in these photos, taken Alive by the Turks to be murdered.

But we get pieces of shite like Guy who defends these senseless killings.

shame on you, you lowlife scum

http://www.youtube.com/watch...

The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons confirmed that the families of the five soldiers in the photographs, which have become synonymous with the struggle of Greek Cypriots to discover the fate of hundreds of missing people, had been informed of the results of forensic tests.

The remains of the five soldiers, named as Antonakis Korellis, aged 30, from Kythrea; Panicos Nikolaou, aged 26, from Achna; Christoforos Skordis, aged 25, from Dhali; Ioannis Papayiannis, aged 23, from Neo Horio, Kythrea; and Philipos Hatzikyriakos, aged 19, from Ammochostos, were found in a well along with the relics of 14 others, also thought to be Christian Cypriots.

"It is a cold-blooded execution", said Andreas Chatzikiriakou, the brother of one of those killed on August 14, 1974. "I can never accept this."

The Turkish government had not commented on the findings.
Saturday, 8 August 2009
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<quoted text>Hmmmn!!! a Video in Greek!!!.Hardly non biased then?.There is no mention of this on the UN database .Why is that I ask??.Not kidding but I find it curious that NO ONE can provide a credible link to these "alledged" incidents.Surely were they real.the western media would take an Interest? IF! as I suspect It is a propaganda exercise by the Greeks.then.they should hang their heads in shame
Alive and well in these photos, taken Alive by the Turks to be murdered.

But we get pieces of shite like Guy who defends these senseless killings.

shame on you, you lowlife scum

http://www.youtube.com/watch ...

The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons confirmed that the families of the five soldiers in the photographs, which have become synonymous with the struggle of Greek Cypriots to discover the fate of hundreds of missing people, had been informed of the results of forensic tests.

The remains of the five soldiers, named as Antonakis Korellis, aged 30, from Kythrea; Panicos Nikolaou, aged 26, from Achna; Christoforos Skordis, aged 25, from Dhali; Ioannis Papayiannis, aged 23, from Neo Horio, Kythrea; and Philipos Hatzikyriakos, aged 19, from Ammochostos, were found in a well along with the relics of 14 others, also thought to be Christian Cypriots.

"It is a cold-blooded execution", said Andreas Chatzikiriakou, the brother of one of those killed on August 14, 1974. "I can never accept this."

The Turkish government had not commented on the findings.
Saturday, 8 August 2009
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"Gift And a Curse88"
Greeks are not human.

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If Ducks could talk!!
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<quoted text>SO YOU THINK YOUTUBE SPEAKS THE TRUTH???/ YOU SAD WAAAAAAAAAAAANKER!!!
Cyprus Mystery Solved After 35 Years
2009-08-13 19:37:48
By Nathan Morley
Nicosia, Cyprus
11 August 2009

Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 Five Greek Cypriot soldiers are pictured surrendering to advancing Turkish troops near Kiados village during the second phase of Turkey's invasion on 14 Aug 1974 A mystery that has engaged the people of Cyprus for 35 years has been solved after the identification of the remains of five Greek Cypriot soldiers. The soldiers are among hundreds of others who have been missing since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974.

In what became an iconic picture, five Greek Cypriot soldiers were photographed surrendering to invading Turkish troops in 1974. They were never seen again. The grainy black and white photograph became a symbol of the long fight by Greek and Turkish Cypriots to discover the fate of loved ones who went missing during the conflict.

Officials said Monday the remains of the five soldiers have been identified and their families have been notified. Their remains and those of 14 other people were exhumed from an abandoned well in late 2006 in the Turkish-Cypriot north.

The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons is charged with discovering the fate of those missing after the 1974 Turkish invasion of northern Cyprus, which followed a military coup backed by the Greek government. Missing Persons Committee assistant Xenophon Kallis said this case had proved to be very emotional for the families.

"It is very emotional because if you have a photograph and they were seen alive, and unarmed, so they had some hopes, if you know what I mean," said Kallis. About 1,500 Greek Cypriots and 500 Turkish Cypriots vanished during the invasion and ensuing violence in the early 1960s.

Since starting exhumations in 2006, the U.N.-backed program has discovered 537 sets of remains from 269 burial sites across this island. The committee has identified 162 individuals, 119 Greek Cypriots and 44 Turkish Cypriots, and returned their remains to their families.

Kallis says his team still has much work to do.

"It is a full time operation, it comprises of Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots, but we still have a long way to go, unfortunately," said Kallis. Cyprus has been divided since 1974 when Turkey invaded the northern part of the island.

Cyprus joined the European Union in 2004.
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<quoted text>SO YOU THINK YOUTUBE SPEAKS THE TRUTH???/ YOU SAD WAAAAAAAAAAAANKER!!!
alive and surrendering. But the Turks decided to kill them.

Guy tell us why they were killed by Turks?

The pictured Greek Cypriot soldiers have been identified as follows:
1. Korellis Antonakis, of Michael, 30 yrs old, from occupied Kythrea, Cyprus.
2. Nicolaou Panicos, of Chrysostomos, 26 yrs old, from occupied Achna, Cyprus.
3. Skordis Christophoros of George, 25 yrs old, from Idhalion, Cyprus.
4. Papayiannis Ioannis of Charalambos, 24 yrs old, from Aglantzia, Cyprus.
5. Hadjikyriacos Ioannis, of Charalambos, 19 yrs old, from occupied Famagusta, Cyprus.
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<quoted text>Is that embroidered on your wanksock too?.PLEASE PROVIDE A CREDIBLE LINK
Thirty-five years after iconic photographs were taken of a group of five Greek-Cypriot soldiers surrendering to Turkish troops on Cyprus, authorities have confirmed that their remains have been identified, prompting accusations they were executed.

The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons confirmed that the families of the five soldiers in the photographs, which have become synonymous with the struggle of Greek Cypriots to discover the fate of hundreds of missing people, had been informed of the results of forensic tests.

The remains of the five soldiers, named as Antonakis Korelli, Panayiotis Nikolaou, Yiannis Papayianni, Christoforos Skordi and Filippos Chatzikiriakou, were found in a well along with the relics of 14 others, also thought to be Greek-Cypriot soldiers.

“For the soldiers to be discovered the way they were, in a well, proves they were murdered,” said Cypriot government spokesman Stefanos Stefanou, who urged Turkey to investigate what happened.

“The discoveries confirm the crimes and flagrant breach of international law and human rights during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus,” said Greek Foreign Ministry spokes-man Grigoris Delavekouras.

“It is a cold-blooded execution,” said Andreas Chatzikiriakou, the brother of one of those killed on August 14, 1974.“I can never accept this.”

The Turkish government had not commented on the findings by last night.

Since starting exhumations three years ago, the UN-sponsored program has unearthed the remains of 537 people and has returned those of 119 Greek Cypriots and 44 Turkish Cypriots to their families.
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<quoted text>THE LINKS MISSING DOUCHE BAG........AND WHAT A C@NT YOU LOOK
BELLAPAIS 11 DEGREES ( TURKISH CYPRIOT) OLIVE WOOD KEEPING THE HOUSE TOASTY
Thirty-five years after iconic photographs were taken of a group of five Greek-Cypriot soldiers surrendering to Turkish troops on Cyprus, authorities have confirmed that their remains have been identified, prompting accusations they were executed.

The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons confirmed that the families of the five soldiers in the photographs, which have become synonymous with the struggle of Greek Cypriots to discover the fate of hundreds of missing people, had been informed of the results of forensic tests.

The remains of the five soldiers, named as Antonakis Korelli, Panayiotis Nikolaou, Yiannis Papayianni, Christoforos Skordi and Filippos Chatzikiriakou, were found in a well along with the relics of 14 others, also thought to be Greek-Cypriot soldiers.

“For the soldiers to be discovered the way they were, in a well, proves they were murdered,” said Cypriot government spokesman Stefanos Stefanou, who urged Turkey to investigate what happened.

“The discoveries confirm the crimes and flagrant breach of international law and human rights during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus,” said Greek Foreign Ministry spokes-man Grigoris Delavekouras.

“It is a cold-blooded execution,” said Andreas Chatzikiriakou, the brother of one of those killed on August 14, 1974.“I can never accept this.”

The Turkish government had not commented on the findings by last night.

Since starting exhumations three years ago, the UN-sponsored program has unearthed the remains of 537 people and has returned those of 119 Greek Cypriots and 44 Turkish Cypriots to their families.
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The only beings that kill POW's are BARBARIAN ANIMALS.
They surrender, they lay down their shotguns against your nato weapons, their mothers are waiting for them. They did what they had to do to defend their country from the barbarian invasion.
and YOU SHOT THEM in cold blood.... Fxxxxxg bloody thirsty barbarians.
you are NOT humans...
You belong with teh likes of taliban, arab radicals, muslim filth radicals, rats of the world.
BARBARIANS ARE THE GREEKS THAT DONE THIS

http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maratha,_Santala...
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Thirty-five years after iconic photographs were taken of a group of five Greek-Cypriot soldiers surrendering to Turkish troops on Cyprus, authorities have confirmed that their remains have been identified, prompting accusations they were executed.
The United Nations-led Committee on Missing Persons confirmed that the families of the five soldiers in the photographs, which have become synonymous with the struggle of Greek Cypriots to discover the fate of hundreds of missing people, had been informed of the results of forensic tests.
The remains of the five soldiers, named as Antonakis Korelli, Panayiotis Nikolaou, Yiannis Papayianni, Christoforos Skordi and Filippos Chatzikiriakou, were found in a well along with the relics of 14 others, also thought to be Greek-Cypriot soldiers.
“For the soldiers to be discovered the way they were, in a well, proves they were murdered,” said Cypriot government spokesman Stefanos Stefanou, who urged Turkey to investigate what happened.
“The discoveries confirm the crimes and flagrant breach of international law and human rights during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus,” said Greek Foreign Ministry spokes-man Grigoris Delavekouras.
“It is a cold-blooded execution,” said Andreas Chatzikiriakou, the brother of one of those killed on August 14, 1974.“I can never accept this.”
The Turkish government had not commented on the findings by last night.
Since starting exhumations three years ago, the UN-sponsored program has unearthed the remains of 537 people and has returned those of 119 Greek Cypriots and 44 Turkish Cypriots to their families.
i can comment on these five that went missing

After a witness came forward and questioning them they was found to be murderers of Turkish cypriots

and the justice was given to these malaka greeks
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i can comment on these five that went missing
After a witness came forward and questioning them they was found to be murderers of Turkish cypriots
and the justice was given to these malaka greeks
where did you hear this? Prove it?! did they shot ur uncle lol?

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