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Daily News Briefing

jun 28 23

In today’s episode, with tankers blocking central roads in Nicosia, the association of petrol station owners on Tuesday protested unfair competition from illegal imports of fuel from the north as the finance ministry said the protest served no purpose.

Meanwhile, No evidence of criminal wrongdoing has come up in the case of the 2005 death of national guardsman Thanasis Nicolaou, and therefore the state will be taking no more action, the attorney-general said.

Elsewhere, the tourism industry faces “important environmental and economic challenges ahead,” President Christodoulides warned on Tuesday addressing the Cyprus Hoteliers’ Association’s (Pasyxe) general assembly in Nicosia.

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

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