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A woman who says she was raped on holiday in Cyprus has told BBC News she was "discouraged" by Police Scotland from pursuing the case. She said a Scottish man had spiked her drink at a beach party and then raped her in Ayia Napa two years ago. But when she had told police back home, they had been "dismissive", saying it would be hard to find the man and she had decided not to take further action. The force said she had been interviewed by specially-trained officers. Her story comes after a separate British woman was given a suspended sentence earlier this month for lying about being raped by a group of young men. 'TOUCHING MY BOOBS'. Sophie - not her real name - told the BBC's Victoria Der... Full story

10 January

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