Cyprus uses high-tech tools to speed search for its missing
June 23, 2017
NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — With glue gun in hand, Turkish Cypriot anthropologist Sinem Hossoz meticulously pieces together tiny fragments — the pulverized skull of a child, one of the youngest victims of conflict on ethnically divided Cyprus.
Paul-Henri Arni, the U.N.-appointed member to the Committee on Missing Persons, says such things must be done.
"It's for the dignity of the dead," he says, but also to spare relatives the shock of seeing a smashed skull when the remains are returned to them.
"The skull in all cultures, including here, is the center of the human person, it's the soul,"...