Related Rule
Cyprus
Practice Relating to Rule 157. Jurisdiction over War Crimes
Cyprus’s Geneva Conventions Act (1966), referring to Article 50 of the 1949 Geneva Convention I, Article 51 of the 1949 Geneva Convention II, Article 130 of the 1949 Geneva Convention III and Article 147 of the 1949 Geneva Convention IV, provides for the prosecution and punishment of “any person who, in spite of nationality, commits in the Republic or outside the Republic, any serious violation … of the [1949] Geneva Conventions”. It further states:
In case an offence provided by this Article has been committed outside the Republic, a person may be prosecuted, charged with the offence, be tried and punished anywhere within the territory of the Republic, as if the offence had been committed in this territory; for all purposes relative or relevant to the trial or punishment, the offence is considered being committed in this territory. 
Cyprus, Geneva Conventions Act, 1966, Section 4(1) and (2).
Cyprus’s Additional Protocol I Act (1979) states with respect to “any serious violation of the provisions of the [1977 Additional Protocol I]”:
In case an offence provided by this Article has been committed outside the Republic, a person may be prosecuted, charged with the offence, be tried and punished anywhere within the territory of the Republic as if the offence had been committed in this territory; for all purposes relevant to the trial or punishment, the offence is considered being committed in this territory. 
Cyprus, Additional Protocol I Act, 1979, Section 4(1) and (2).