I can't comment on the case beyond that," his lawyer Morten Engesbak said, quoted by the Aftenposten newspaper.Policing in Cyprus is complicated by the island's decades-old division.
An unexpected sexual curse has been uncovered by archaeologists at Cyprus's old city kingdom of Amathus, on the island's south coast near Limassol."A curse is inscribed in Greek on a lead tablet and part of it reads: 'May your penis hurt when you make love'," Athens Archaeological School head Pierre Aubert told the English language Cyprus Weekly.
He said the tablet showed a man standing holding something in his right hand that looks like an hour glass.
Giorgos Eleftheriou, president of the local Lindos community in Rhodes, made the decision to bar foreign weddings after the snap went viral.
He told The Times: “I have hundreds of soon-to-be brides from Britain and all over the world calling me today in tears because of this decision.
The girl is now with her father, media in Norway reported, but their whereabouts are unknown.
"My client has indicated that he has been reunited with his daughter and that they are fine.Speaking to the Sun Online, Samantha said the pic was her idea, saying: "I just thought it was a funny photo. It's not for the kids or grandkids, but it's a bit of a laugh." She added: "It's not one for above the mantelpiece, it's just a light-hearted photo." Samantha said she was shocked to see the controversy around the other similar photo, shot in Greece, saying: "It's not everybody's cup of tea but it's just a photo." The mum-of-two said her own mother and grandmother had seen the pic - and thought it was hilarious.The 29-year-old said the photo had been taken at their destination wedding, with the sun setting and no one around.Authorities issued a European arrest warrant for the child's Norwegian father who is separated from the girl's Greek Cypriot mother with whom he has been engaged in a bitter custody battle.Police said that they had found a vehicle at the home of one of the four people arrested which they believe was used in Thursday's kidnapping in the capital Nicosia.Cyprus is an island country in the east Mediterranean which is populated by a majority of Greek and a minority of Turkish people.