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In today’s episode, Larnaca criminal court erupted into chants of “filthy rapist” after former Kitiou bishop Chrysostomos was handed a 12-month suspended prison sentence for three years.

Elsewhere, Health Minister Dr Popi Kanari said that Covid-19 prevented the adoption of quality checks within the national health scheme, an issue the new government plans to tackle.

In other news, the family of a 17-year-old who died in a car accident has accused the police of lying to the public saying that no justice has been served, 11 years after the teen’s death.

All this and much more in today’s News Briefing brought to you by the Cyprus Mail.

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