Cyprus commemorates people killed in mammoth...
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(Photo: Famagusta Gazette) Cyprus on Saturday marked the ninth anniversary of a mammoth explosion of conventional explosives in 2011, which killed 13 people and injured 62 more. Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades attended a memorial service for those killed, including Captain Andreas Ioannides, the commander of the Cyprus navy, and Lambros Lambrou, the commander of the Florakis Naval Base, where the explosion occurred. Most of the dead were navy personnel and fire fighters who were trying to put out...
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