NICOSIA, Cyprus – Two Cameroonians were reportedly kidnapped by “bounty hunters” in Cyprus after being accused of murdering a 35-year-old woman. This incident has sparked international interest and concern for the safety of migrants in the country.
The “bounty hunters” are said to have lured the two men to a location under the pretense of providing work. Once at the location, they were kidnapped and are believed to have been taken to the Turkish-occupied north of the island.
The men in question were allegedly involved in the murder of a 35-year-old woman. The details of the case remain unclear, but it has raised questions about the treatment of migrants in Cyprus and the actions of those taking justice into their own hands.
There have been widespread calls for the Cypriot authorities to investigate the situation and ensure the safety and fair treatment of all individuals within their borders. The incident has also shone a light on the challenges faced by migrants and the lengths to which some may go to seek retribution outside of the justice system.
The two men accused of the murder of a 35-year-old woman in Cyprus were reportedly kidnapped by “bounty hunters” and taken to the Turkish-occupied north of the island. The incident has prompted concerns about the treatment of migrants and the pursuit of justice outside of legal channels.