CYPRUS: The Counter-Terror

In their terrorist war against the British, the Cyprus EOKA (Union-with-Greece underground) has shot innocent people in the back, killed unarmed captives and committed other crimes. On their side, the Cypriot police and Britain's Special Branch have gradually stepped up their campaign against EOKA until, even many Britons are beginning to feel, it is close to being a counterterror. Last October the Cyprus Bar Council, a respected association of Cypriot attorneys trained in the British Inns of Court, set up a Human Rights Commission to investigate complaints of ill treatment under...

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