List of massacres in Cyprus
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|Jewish massacre of Greeks.||117 CE||mainly Salamis||240,000||Jewish rebels||After the revolt had been fully defeated, laws were created forbidding any Jews to live on the island. See Kitos War|
|Massacre in Nicosia||September 9, 1570||Nicosia||16,000-20,000||Ottoman army||The city was looted following its fall to Ottomans, the figure is an estimation.|
|9 July Massacre||July 9, 1821||Nicosia||470||Ottoman army||100s of prominent Cypriots including Archbishop Kyprianos are executed by the Ottomans.|
|Massacre in Gönyeli||June 12, 1958||Gönyeli||8||Turkish Cypriot militia||Greek Cypriots were massacred by militia in a cornfield near the village|
|Massacre in Agios Vasileios||December 26, 1963||Agios Vasileios||21||Greek Cypriot militia||Turkish Cypriots of the village were killed and buried in a mass grave|
|Massacre in Alaminos||July 20, 1974
||Alaminos||13 or 14
||Greek Cypriot militia|
|Massacre in Sysklipos||August 3, 1974
||Turkish Cypriot militia and Turkish army||14 Greek Cypriots were killed in a house and buried in a mass grave on August 3, and those who remained at the village disappeared on August 26, they are still missing|
|Maratha, Santalaris and Aloda massacre||August 14, 1974||Maratha, Santalaris and Aloda||126||Greek Cypriot militia||Almost all Turkish Cypriot inhabitants of the villages were killed and their bodies battered, see the relevant article|
|Tochni massacre||August 14, 1974||Tochni||85||Greek Cypriot militia|
|Massacre in Sysklipos||August 26, 1974||Sysklipos||21||Turkish Cypriot militia and Turkish army||14 Greek Cypriots were killed in a house and buried in a mass grave on August 3, and those who remained at the village disappeared on August 26, they are still missing|
|Massacres of the people of Asha||August, 1974||Unknown, Sinta||83-84||Turkish Cypriot militia and Turkish army||17-18 men taken as prisoners of war to Sinta and shot there. Other villagers were deported in two buses and shot on the way back from the police headquarters in Nicosia. Total number of missing from the village is given as 83-84.|
|Massacre in Eptakomi||August, 1974||Eptakomi||12||Turkish Cypriot militia and Turkish army||12 Greek Cypriots found in a mass grave executed with their hands tied|
|Massacre in Angolemi||August, 1974||Angolemi||5||Greek Cypriot militia||A family of three (father, mother and teenage daughter) and two men killed|
|Bloody Christmas||December 21–31, 1963||Nicosia||497||Greek Cypriot militia||18,667 Turkish Cypriots from different villages abandoned the island.|
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- US Library of Congress Federal Research Division,Library of Congress.
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- The Outbreak of Communal Strife, 1958 The Guardian, London.
- Uludağ, Sevgül. Stories from Agios Vasilios, Shilloura and Sysklipos… (published in Politis newspaper on 10 February 2013).
- Purcell, Hugh Dominic. Cyprus, Praeger, 1969, p.327
- Documents Officiels, United Nations Security Council, p. 82: "Alaminos village has already been in the news because a massacre of 13 Turkish Cypriots was discovered there"
- Impact: International Fortnightly, Volumes 4-6: Fourteen Turkish Cypriots were murdered at the village of Alaminos on 20 July.
- Massacre of Turks alleged (St. Petersburg Times, 29 July 1974)
- Paul Sant Cassia, Bodies of Evidence: Burial, Memory, and the Recovery of Missing Persons in Cyprus, Berghahn Books, 2007, ISBN 978-1-84545-228-5, Massacre&f=false p. 61.
- Uludağ, Sevgül. "The story of Assia (Pasakoy) and Afanya (Gazikoy)". Hamamböcüleri Journal.
- "European Parliament resolution on mass graves of the missing persons of Ashia at Ornithi village in the occupied part of Cyprus (2015/2551(RSP))". European Parliament. Retrieved 23 April 2015.
- "Protest for the missing of Assia". Cyprus Mail. 10 December 2014. Retrieved 23 April 2015.
- Guardian, Bones don't speak.  (published in Guardian newspaper).
- Records: Volume 1, Part 1-Volume 3, Part 1, UNESCO, p. 319