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Forensic examination on injured infant inconclusive, more tests to be done

A forensic examination by a state pathologist on Sunday on an infant girl hospitalised with a skull fracture on Saturday was unable to determine the cause of the injury, CNA reported on Sunday.

The 13-day-old baby was taken by her parents to hospital in Limassol on Saturday from where she was transferred to the Makarios children’s hospital in Nicosia for specialised care. She is in stable condition.

She was examined on Sunday by state pathologist Angeliki Papetta who ordered more tests as she was unable to state a definite cause for the injury through a single forensic examination.

Further testing will be carried out on Monday.

Police are investigating the case.

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