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Judge names children believed to have been removed to Cyprus

A judge in family proceedings has ordered that two young children, who are believed to have been abducted to Cyprus, may be identified in the hope that the publicity will help to locate them.

BBC News reports that HHJ Sir Gavyn Arthur said he had "grave concern" for the welfare of Charlie Clift, five, and Kaiton Warnes, who is two years old. It is believed that the children, who have been missing since January 2014, are with their mother, Amelia Warnes.

They have been missing since January 2014, but details of their disappearance have only just been revealed.

The children are wards of court.

For the full report, see BBC News.