Following the murder of Burcu Okumus, 25, which took place on Tuesday, many NGOs, women and human rights organisations, and activists took to the streets. They first demonstrated in Famagusta on Wednesday against the rise of violence against women in Cyprus, Turkey and across the world.
Little did they know that just 48 hours later they would have to demonstrate against one more killing of a woman by her husband.
On Thursday afternoon, Gamze Pehlivan, 37, was murdered by her jealous husband Suat Asir following a heated argument.
On Friday morning groups and activists gathered outside the Labour office in the north, demonstrating against the murders and against violence against women in general.
Demonstrators carried banners...