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Reader comment on item: Forty Years after the Invasion of Cyprus
in response to reader comment: Why do you allow convicted criminals to live in Turkey?

Submitted by servet cevik (Turkey), Mar 3, 2015 at 01:50

turkey is a country of 80 million people.

are you expecting me to have information about every single individual living here and their life stories.

i have no idea about this guy and havent ever heard of him either nor do i care any bit...

my personal agenda is mostly electronics, physics, space exploration, gourmet food and wine, a lot of sex, travelling the world, ios and android code development, and some politics.

Submitting....

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