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In today’s episode, Turkish Cypriot ‘Prime Minister’ Unal Ustel on Tuesday told the media that two people have been fired over the use of the wrong photo on lottery tickets. In other news, four people are set to appear in court in September in the ‘golden passports’ case, and have been handed the charge sheets, the police said. And travellers are in for a treat, as efforts are underway so that the Larnaca and Paphos airports will become showcases of the island’s culture.

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