Cyprus Mail

Daily News Briefing

jan 19 23

In today’s episode, David Hunter’s daughter begged him over the phone to stay alive in the minutes after he killed his terminally ill wife Janice and then attempted suicide.

Paphos court on Wednesday was shown video footage between Hunter and his daughter in which she sought to focus the 74-year-old on staying alive.

Meanwhile, Peo trade union said on Wednesday that about three out of four workers are estimated to participate in a nationwide strike next week to demand the full restoration of cost-of-living allowance.

Elsewhere, a massive bust on untaxed tobacco products led to the arrest of two suspects in Limassol, as customs officials found 390,640 smuggled cigarettes.

All this and more in the Cyprus Beat briefing brought to you by the Cyprus Mail.

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