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In today’s episode, Deputy attorney-general Savvas Angelides delivered a stinging verbal attack on the auditor-general, whom he accused of a deliberate and concerted campaign to blacken his name, vowing that he would no longer put up with this situation. In other news, Medical experts and cancer patients alike hope to see new and innovative diagnostic and therapeutic approaches to the disease on the island with the inauguration of the Nicola David-Pinedo Cyprus Cancer Research Institute (CCRI) on Monday. And President Nikos Christodoulides will meet with German Chancellor Olaf Scholz in Berlin later this week where they will discuss the Cyprus problem and the proposal for greater EU involvement in the process.

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