Case of conscript’s death reopened

Attorney General George Savvides said Monday his office would be handing over the report into the 2005 death of a soldier to his family while ordering the police to reopen the incident

Teachers want anti-bullying police

Educators are concerned over the alarming rise of bullying at schools, asking authorities to step up efforts like extending security to secondary education. Secondary education teachers’ union OELMEK has asked the Education


Five arrests after 37 Syrian migrants saved

Cyprus police arrested five Syrians on suspicion of people trafficking after a police patrol boat plucked them and 32 of their compatriots from the sea when their rickety boats sank close to

Police busy chasing illegal golden passports

Cyprus police have their hands full with suspect golden passport cases, as the heat is on government officials and politicians who allegedly facilitated dubious foreign investors with Cypriot citizenship. According to reports,

Traffic cameras at ‘high-risk’ junctions

Cyprus will increase its traffic camera network, with mobile and fixed cameras installed at accident blackspots and frequent speed limit violations. In comments to Phileleftheros daily, the assistant director of the Police

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