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Police seek assailant who injured compatriot in row over €35 debt  

A warrant has been issued for a 41-year-old man in Paphos who injured a compatriot with a knife over a €35 debt.

According to CNA, the altercation took place on Saturday outside an apartment in the town centre when the suspect went to demand the money back from the 33-year-old who borrowed the €35 from him.

The argument turned physical and the 41-year-old reportedly pulled out a knife, injuring the other man who also fell and fractured his leg during the assault.

The injured man was taken to Paphos General Hospital where he was admitted for treatment. His condition is not life-threatening.

Police issued an arrest warrant for the assailant.

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