Migration and Diaspora in the Age of Information and Communication Technologies

Migration and Diaspora in the Age of Information and Communication Technologies
Pedro J. Oiarzabal a & Ulf-Dietrich Reips ba Institute of Human Rights, University of Deustob University of Deusto in Bilbao
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Cyprus serial killings

‘It’s hard to take in’: how Cyprus serial killings left country reeling

https://www.theguardian.com/world/2019/may/12/its-hard-to-take-in-how-cyprus-serial-killings-left-country-reeling

a Greek Cypriot army captain, who – authorities maintain – has admitted to preying on women in low-paid household jobs in a 10-page handwritten confession.

The scale of the crimes and alleged cynicism of the suspect has increasingly left people reeling, and, say campaigners, confronting uncomfortable truths about the way foreign workers are treated on a tourism-dependent island where domestic household workers are invariably from the Indian subcontinent and south-east Asia.