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EDEK awards veteran T/C journalist Sener Levent

EDEK awards veteran T/C journalist Sener Levent

Turkish Cypriot journalist Şener Levent has been awarded the ‘Doros Loizou prize’ in recognition of  his contribution to Cyprus, in an event organised by the socialist EDEK party. Receiving the prize from EDEK President Marinos Sizopoulos and honorary party leader Vasos Lyssarides on Thursday night, Levent expressed the wish “not to die before we witness the

Where Cyprus is, that is the question: Cyprus, ISIS & our willful blindness

By Argyro Nicolaou This past July, I submitted a proposal to the Commonwealth Writers for a commissioned piece on Cyprus and ISIS. Here is an excerpt from it: ”In January 2015, online videos showing ISIS jihadists in Syria driving pickup trucks with Cypriot license plates became a source of embarrassment for local law enforcement. Shrugged

The Turkish occupation army opened a file against Afrika

Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika newspaper (30.08.15) reported that the Turkish occupation army in Cyprus has opened a file against the paper on the ground of various publications of Afrika against “the army and the flag”. According to the paper, both the editor in chief of the paper Sener Levent and Mahmut Anayasa, who shared on

“The Cyprus problem after the election of Mustafa Akinci” June 24, 7:45 pm

Presentation of Sener Levent in NICOSIA on Wednesday! The Cyprus Research Center and “Free United Karpasia” invite you to an open discussion on the subject: “The Cyprus problem after the election of Mustafa Akkintzi in the leadership of the occupation regime” Speakers Sener Levent Journalist – Editor of the newspaper “AFRIKA” Ibrahim Aziz Journalist, Christos Iakovou Director

Afrika criticizes Akinci for participating in Demirel’s funeral

Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika newspaper (19.06.15) criticizes Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci for participating in the funeral of the 9th President of Turkey, Suleyman Demirel. The paper writes that the “officials” of the breakaway regime are participating in the funeral in the “highest level” , since Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci, “prime minister” Ozkan Yorgancioulu

Sener Levent:We still not find out who committed the “crime of the bathroom”

Writing in his column in Turkish Cypriot daily Afrika newspaper (04.01.15), Sener Levent continues a series of articles regarding the murder of the wife and the three children of a Turkish army major in a house at Kumsal area of Nicosia in [December] 1963. Levent reports that we have not been able to definitely find