By Charlie Charalambous
Two weeks ago, a little girl went missing after she was taken from her mother in broad daylight in front of a Nicosia nursery.
Apparently she is doing fine and with her Norwegian dad.
This is a relief because if the four-year-old was in any real danger, then I wouldn’t put money on our police saving her.
Marie appears to be at the centre of a bitter custody battle between her Norwegian father and Greek Cypriot mother – and like many cases of this kind, each parent has a story to tell.
Nevertheless, it is always the children that suffer, no matter who is right or wrong when it comes to deciding on custody.
Every lawyer will tell a different story to make the other side look bad, and when the going gets tough, the mum or dad can simply run off with the kid to…
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