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In today’s episode, we hear that AEL football club lashed out at police yesterday over the decision to postpone a derby with Apollon citing safety reasons after football fans started throwing rocks and firecrackers on the pitch.

In other news, the injury of a six-year-old during an attempted murder in Oroklini over the weekend has ignited fears there may be heavy payback, while the charge against the 74-year-old Briton that admitted to killing his wife in their home in Tremithousa, near Paphos, in December 2021 will change from pre-meditated murder to manslaughter.

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