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Cyprus rescue teams set to return to the island (with video)

Beirut as Cyprus rescue teams go to work

The Cyprus rescue teams sent to Beirut to help sift through rubble in the search for survivors will return to the island on Monday after the Lebanese authorities on Sunday called off the search.

Teams from the police unit Mmad and the fire service Emak left the island on Wednesday and started work in the rubble on Friday morning.

The teams took trained dogs with them from the K9 unit.

Speaking to the Cyprus News Agency, fire service spokesman Andreas Kettis said Lebanese authorities had decided to call off the search.

He said all members of the Cyprus team are in good health.

Ολοκληρώθηκαν οι έρευνες για ανεύρεση επιζώντων στη Βηρυτό από την Αστυνομία Κύπρου

Ολοκληρώθηκαν οι έρευνες για ανεύρεση επιζώντων στη Βηρυτό από την Αστυνομία Κύπρου.Τη δική τους μάχη στα συντρίμια της Βηρυτού έδωσαν τα μέλη της ΜΜΑΔ και της ΕΜΑΚ και οι σκύλοι διασώστες, για ανεύρεση επιζώντων από την πολύνεκρη έκρηξη στον Λίβανο.

Δημοσιεύτηκε από Αστυνομία Κύπρου στις Κυριακή, 9 Αυγούστου 2020

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