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14 Cypriots were tortured by British forces during the 50s

The Guardian presented shocking revelations about the torture of 14 Cypriot members of EOKA by British forces during the uprising of Cyprus in the 50s.

After a book was published with stories from both veterans of the United Kingdom Armed Forces and EOKA, the shocking news came out.

According to the testimony of one of the people who speak in this book, the torture of Nikos Georgiou is described.

14 Cypriots were tortured by British forces during the 50s - Nikos Georgiou

One of them states, according to Guardian:

“I saw the soldiers pull Nikos Georgiou out of his cell, almost unconscious, with foam coming out of his mouth. He made a horrible sound like a lion growling as he lay dying. They let him die in the cement outside “

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