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In today’s episode, we hear that Cyprus’ first crematorium is set to begin operations by 2024, six years after the relevant law was first passed.
Elsewhere, Police said they will carry out a risk assessment on security issues to his person, raised by state medical examiner Panicos Stavrianos in connection with the death of national guardsman Thanasis Nicolaou.

There’s also the news that eight vultures were released into the wild on Wednesday after being sent to the island from Spain to help boost the population in Cyprus.

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