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What the papers say Nov 30

What the papers say Nov 30

In Kibris newspaper headline on Saturday, paper pointed out to the extremely poor standards of a butcher who accused to sell inflamated meat in his shop. Following their headline news published on Friday, Kibris newspaper highlighted that after the publication of a news report, the officials shut down the butcher shop due to the lack of required hygeine standards.

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In Kibris newspaper headline on Saturday, paper pointed out to the extremely poor standards of a butcher who accused to sell inflamated meat in his shop. Following their headline news published on Friday, Kibris newspaper highlighted that after the publication of a news report, the officials shut down the butcher shop due to the lack of required hygeine standards.

A rape case of a 40 years old to his 12 years old cousin that caused a public indignation in Turkish Cypriot community carried out the headline of Yeniduzen on Saturday. With the headline Disgusting, paper underlined that rapist uncle has been exploited his cousin for more than three years.

In the same line with Yeniduzen, Havadis newspaper also preffered to focus on the rape case in their headline. Using Relatives asked for a death sentence headline, the news report reflected the severe reactions of relatives and residents of the region who staged a protest in front the court.

In Kibris Postasi headline on Saturday, the remarks of Minister of Finance Olgun Amcaoglu on Emrullah Turanli, owner of Turkish company TasYapi who holds the management rights of Ercan Airport carried to the headline.

In the face of the revealed tendency of Emrullah Turhanl to avoid to pay the insurance tax of his workers, paper highlighted Minister Amcaoglus statements that the state will obtain all reqired payments from Tasyapi company.

Turkish Cypriot daily Yenibakis newspaper also focus on the details of a rape case in their front page. Highligting the headline Be raped repeatedly for more than 2 years, the news report gave voice the requests of the relatives and residents of the region.


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