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In today’s episode, the Akamas development plan is gearing up to take centre stage amid allegations of backroom deals, electioneering and illegal procedures, while no one can agree anything: not even when the plan will be ready. In other news, a bitter fallout following a divorce appears to be the central cause of the murder-suicide arson attack that unfolded in Pyrgos, Limassol, in a chilling case which shocked the island, and by unanimous vote, the House on Thursday passed legislation aiming to fast-track the return of at least part of the moneys that ex-Laiki’s depositors lost when the bank went into administration in 2013.

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