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Explosion at clinic in Aradippou (Update)

cordoned police
Photo source: CNA

There was an explosion at the entrance of a medical clinic in Aradippou in the early hours of Thursday morning.

According to police, the explosion took place at around 1am. No injuries were reported, but the building was slightly damaged.

Police cordoned the area off, and fire brigade technicians arrived at the scene to carry out investigations to determine what caused the explosion.

Later on Thursday, they determined that a high-powered improvised explosive device had been left in the clinic’s doorway and detonated.

The police added that one of the clinic’s owners had been called to give a statement, while CCTV footage from the area is also being examined.

The police’s investigation into the matter is ongoing.

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