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Daily News Briefing

EU Health and Food Commissioner Stella Kyriakides

In today’s episode, the EU has agreed on a “coordinated approach” to the changing Covid situation, adding that included implications for increased travel from China.

There’s also the strange case of dozens of kilos of cannabis washing ashore along Famagusta beaches, in both the government-controlled areas and the north.

Elsewhere, the police announced that over 100 people have been arrested in Paphos in the past year for offences related to domestic violence while six more remain wanted.

Finally, the labour minister said that a meeting between all sides has been set for next week in a bid to clinch some arrangement staving off strike action threatened by trade unions of the Electricity Authority.

All these and more in your Daily News Briefing, brought to you by the Cyprus Mail.

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