October 5 Daily News Briefing

By Cyprus Beat

In today’s episode, the Cyprus presidency has said that there is nothing objectionable attributed to Anastasiades in the Pandora Papers. In other news, hundreds of people attended the funeral of prominent lawyer, businessman and owner of the Cyprus Mail, Andreas Neocleous, on Monday; Israel has accused Iran of orchestrating an attempted attack against Israelis in Cyprus, and a secondary school teacher has been remanded in custody as police investigate a complaint he sexually abused an underage female pupil.

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