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In today’s episode, there was a strong police presence in Lara in the Akamas peninsula on Sunday in efforts to prevent the residents of Ineia from digging turtle nests on Lara beach. In other news, “the status quo in Cyprus and Turkish activity in Varosha are unacceptable and contrary to the resolutions of the UN Security Council,” the president of the US Senate Foreign Relations Committee, Robert Menendez said. And the summer hunting season kicked off on Sunday, and according to the Game and Fauna Service, more than 19,000 hunters were expected to venture out.

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