Cyprus Mail

Daily News Briefing


In today’s episode, an investigation team has been set up to identify those involved in throwing stones and Molotov cocktails on Sunday during a fight that broke out in Limassol during a memorial service for Eoka leader Georgios Grivas Digenis. In other news, “One of the priorities of the existing government was to create the conditions for the provision of high quality medical and pharmaceutical services to society,” President Nicos Anastasiades said on Sunday opening a new wing at Famagusta hospital. And the foundation stone of a “cutting edge” project to transform the picturesque Liopetri harbour has been laid.

All these stories and more in your Daily News Briefing, brought to you by the Cyprus Mail. Subscribe to Cyprus Beat for daily news updates delivered directly to your inbox:

Related Posts

Pelekanos announces his candidacy for Disy vice-president

Katerina Nicolaou

Meet the Hallouminati: celebrating Cyprus’ past

Alix Norman

Kurds protest Germany’s extradition request of politician in Cyprus (Updated)

Jonathan Shkurko

Woman remanded over church thefts following arrest of husband

Iole Damaskinos

State doctors call for action to ensure public hospitals’ viability

Iole Damaskinos

Daily News Briefing

Paul Lambis