19.02.2018

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Heavy traffic heading towards Limassol as carnival wraps up

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Police said on Sunday that traffic on the Nicosia-Limassol highway in the direction of Limassol was heavy as visitors headed towards the final day of carnival. “Drivers are required to be particularly careful, drive at low speeds and maintain a safe distance from vehicles in front,” police said.

Cyprus Mail

Troodos roads open but slippery

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Police announced on Sunday that all roads leading to Troodos were open but slippery. They said that on the Platres – Trooditissas – Prodromos road there wasarocslide, while on the Phnios – Ayios Dimitrios road there was a large rock that would be moved within the day. Police called on drivers to be particularly careful, to drive at low speeds, to maintain safe distances from the vehicle in front and to keep their lights on. See updates at www.cypruspolicenews.com and the social media page o

Cyprus Mail

Agree or disagree, anti-radar site popular with many drivers

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By Annette Chrysostomou HAVE you ever been tempted to use Facebook to be warned of spots where police lie in wait to detect speeding drivers? Facebook page CY Police Checkpoints where people can post and find police traffic radar detection locations, now has more than 100,000 members, but why was it created, what do members think and how does it affect police work? According to information on the page it was launched to provide timely and accurate information to drivers about where police

Cyprus Mail

Asylum seekers set fires, cause ruckus at Kofinou (updated)

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Protesting asylum seekers torched rubbish bins, smashed windows, and hurled stones and other objects at police at a reception centre in Kofinou overnight, reportedly because they want to be moved to Italy. Police arrested two individuals from Eritrea and were seeking two others who are believed to be the instigators’ of the rioting. The asylum seekers were also protesting for not receiving their monthly stipend, reports said. Police said the trouble started at 9.40pm on Friday. Initially,

Cyprus Mail

Torrential rain causes floods in Limassol

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Motorists were trapped and dwellings flooded in Limassol in the early morning hours, as torrential rain fell in the district, police said on Saturday. Around 10 cars were left stranded on the Spyros Kyprianou and Paphos Street junction, eventually freed with the help of police officers and civil defence personnel. Two other drivers were stuck on Marinos Gerolanos Street, part of which was closed for traffic. A large number of drivers were also left stranded between the hospital flyover and

Cyprus Mail

Our View: Loizidou email probe smacks more of media suppression than hacking concerns

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IN AN indignant front-page comment, under the headline, ‘Stop this parody immediately’, the Phileleftheros editor-in-chief attacked the police for calling in the newspaper’s writers to question them about comments they had published in relation to the emails of senior state attorney, Eleni Loizidou. There is a police investigation underway because Loizidou’s personal email account was hacked and its contents posted on a website. Apart from the theft, the police, supposedly, were also investigati

Cyprus Mail

AG says media persecution claims are just hype

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By George Psyllides and Peter Michaels Attorney-general Costas Clerides on Friday rubbished claims by some media that the police probe into the leaked emails of senior state attorney Eleni Loizidou was a witch hunt against them. The statement came a day after reports that journalists other than those of Politis, which first published the content of the leaked emails, were being hauled in for questioning by police. The moved had sparked outrage in the media, which accused the authorities of t

Cyprus Mail

Police arrest shoplifter

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Police arrested a man in Limassol on Thursday in connection with theft and illegal possession of property. The suspect, 24, entered a Limassol bookshop at around 12.30pm and stayed there for around half an hour. The shop’s manager discreetly watched him when he detected that some objects were hidden under the customer’s clothes. When the man left he followed him while a colleague informed him that items had been stolen from the premises. The 24-year-old soon realised that he was being fo

Cyprus Mail

Police hauling in journalists over Loizidou’s leaked emails

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POLICE have been questioning reporters from Phileleftheros newspaper over the leaked emails of a senior state attorney who used her personal account to correspond with the Russian attorney-general’s office regarding extradition cases. The email account had apparently been hacked and her correspondence was published by a Russian website and reproduced by daily Politis last November. The published emails showed Eleni Loizidou’s excessive zeal in pursuing extradition requests against Russian na

Cyprus Mail

Founder of police checkpoint Facebook page being sued by officer

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A police officer is suing the founder of popular Facebook page CY Police Checkpoints, a place where people can post and find police traffic radar detection locations, for violating his personal data, it emerged on Thursday. The dispute evolved after the officer commented on the creation of the anti-radar Facebook page on another page, “Where we went”. When the founder of the original page, Christodoulos Pogiatzi, saw the comment and reposted it on his own site, the police officer saw this as

Cyprus Mail

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