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TURKISH CYPRIOT PRESS AND OTHER MEDIA
No. 83/01 -- 4.5.01
[A] NEWS ITEMS
[A] NEWS ITEMS
 Bomb explodes near Eroglu/s house in occupied Nicosia KIBRIS (4.5.01) reports that a bomb has exploded near the house of theso-called Prime Minister of the occupation regime Dervis Eroglu. There were no casualties.
According to information obtained from the so-called Police a bomb believed to have been placed in a garbage bin near Eroglu/s house exploded around 2:00 hours this morning.
The windows of the ``Police'' booth in front of Eroglu/s house were shattered and a car was damaged in the explosion.
 The pseudostate is seeking for recognition through the sale of Cyprus Credit BankAccording to illegal Bayrak Radio (2.5.01) Mustafa Akinci so-called state minister and deputy prime minister, has said that the illegal Council of Ministers has not reached a decision yet about the transfer of the Cyprus Credit Bank to a foreign company, and that he cannot support the transfer without an agreement.
Akinci issued a statement to clarify the press reports on his stand on the Cyprus Credit Bank. He said that he is aware of the content of the first letter sent to the ``Ministry of Economy and Finance'' in connection with the bank and that he attaches importance to three issues. One of them is the transfer of the bank/s capital into the ``country in legal ways'', the other is have the ``judicial mechanism'' operate regarding this issue as in similar cases, and the third is to refrain from asking for privileges.
Akinci said: Of course it is the ``Ministry of Economy and Finance'' that will conduct the necessary work and inform the ``Council of Ministers'' on the conclusions. This procedure has not been concluded yet. I cannot support the transfer since an agreement has not been reached yet.
American investors with Ralf Estep as their representative have offered 50 million dollars to purchase the bank.
 Threatening letter against Kutlu Adali/s wife YENIDUZEN (4.5.01) reports that Mutlu Ilkay Adali, the wife of assassinatedTurkish Cypriot writer and journalist Kutlu Adali, has received a threatening letter posted from Diyarbakir, south Eastern Turkey, in which it threatens Ilkay Adali and her family.
YENIDUZEN reports that Mrs. Adali received this letter following her testimony at the ad-hoc Investigation Committee of the so-called ``Assembly'' on 19-26 April 2001 regarding her slain husband.
The letter, which is anonymous and bears the signature of ``Heroes of the exalted Turk'', is as follows:
``O Impudents Mr, Mrs Mutlu and Ilkay Adali,
While we are in a befitting manner to a Turk struggling heroically against the pseudo-Armenian beastlike Kurds with extended coccyx (Tr. Note: Fascist Turks and nationalists in order to disgrace and belittle the Kurds `brand them as people with tail - that is extended coccyx-which implies genetic disorder) in the East and south-east Anatolia (Turkey), you are engaged in the daughterland (yavruvatan) as hasband and wife, through press, pro-Greek Cypriot activities against Turkey and Turks.
Had your blood been Turkish blood, you would not have engaged in such activities.
How easily and quickly you have forgotten perfidious Greek Cypriots, rapes, oppression? Who saved you from the Greek Cypriot boots? You shameless, you misbegotten, do not forget that one Turk is worth the whole world!
Anatolia and Cyprus belong to the exalted Turkish nation. If you do not carry Turkish blood, get lost and go to perfidious Greeks. Behave yourself and redress your activities.
Heroes of the exalted Turk.''
YENIDUZEN reports that the letter was posted on 28 April 2001 to the paper/s address.
Ilkay Adali said that the Adali Family/s struggle will continue and such threats do not scare them.
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