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The Turkish Cypriots, persecuted as they are by the settlers and the occupation army, are themselves also victims of this policy.
All four were murdered in the most brutal manner by the Turkish occupation army.
In the context of this policy, of the 502 churches and 17 monateries and other religious sites in the occupied areas, hundreds have been desecrated, converted into depots of the occupation army or even into stables.
Owing to the narrow width of the buffer zone where the Nunciature is located, its northern face is in the area under the control of the Turkish occupation army.
In that connection, we mention in particular the suffering of the children in the occupied Palestinian territories, who are subject to oppression, intimidation, displacement and degrading treatment by the occupation army.
In the meanwhile, the Israeli occupation army sealed off the West Bank and Gaza Strip rather hermetically, confining the Palestinians to their immediate towns, villages and hamlets.
It's the only occupation army in the history of Naples... that had the courtesy of knocking on our doors... before coming in.
Mass arrests were conducted, as illustrated by the Friday, 29 March 2002 raid on Al-Bireh, where the occupation army assembled all male residents aged 15 to 45 in a school yard.
No amount of external assistance could have inspired the Kashmiri people to sacrifice the lives of 80,000 of their youth and to sustain their struggle for decades against India's occupation army.
Pakistan honours the 80,000 Kashmiri heroes who have been killed by an occupation army of 700,000 in their decade-long struggle for self-determination.