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In today’s episode, the two firefighting planes sent by the Cyprus government on Wednesday to help fight the big fire in the northern part of the island were back in action at dawn today. In other news, DISY leader and presidential candidate Averof Neophytou visited Varosha on Wednesday and warned that if the city, of derelict, collapsing buildings was lost, then Cyprus, too, would be lost; and Cyprus exports up to 5,000 stray dogs and cats every year, deputies heard at the house environment committee on Wednesday.

All these stories and more in your Daily News Briefing, brought to you by the Cyprus Mail. Subscribe to Cyprus Beat for daily news updates delivered directly to your inbox: www.cyprusbeat.com

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