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In today’s episode, around 70 ground staff at Paphos Airport staged a lightning two-hour strike on Saturday night over possible redundancies, affecting a total of eight flights where passengers could not collect their luggage. In other news, the annual Pride Parade kicked off on Sunday with a focus on marriage equality as well as raising awareness on issues the local LGBTI+ community faces; and dozens of Greek Cypriots protested in front of the Iranian embassy in Nicosia in support of the struggle for freedom in Iran and the protests that have been taking place there following the death of Mahsa Amini.

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