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What the papers say Dec 13

What the papers say Dec 13

The headline “Have you ever lost your kids?” in Kibris Manset front page on Friday drew attention to the report of traffic accident that resulted the death of 4 young citizens last year at Ciklos area due to the flood. 

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The headline “Have you ever lost your kids?” in Kibris Manset front page on Friday drew attention to the report of traffic accident that resulted the death of 4 young citizens last year at Ciklos area due to the flood. 

Pointing out to the fact that the report of sub-committee of parliament that formed to research the reasons of the terrible loss will be announced on Dec. 23, the news report questioned if the report really elicit the truth about the terrible accident at Ciklos.

“The same floods, the same fear” headline in Kibris newspaper highlighted the floods occured at  Magusa, İskele and Karpaz areas due the lack of the conveninent infra-structure.

Emphasizing that two houses hit by the thunderbolts and several houses and shops remained unfunctional with the accumulation of large amount of rain waters, the news report touched upon the damages of the flood in the region.

In the headline of Yeniduzen newspaper, the “Young Hill” project that announced by four party coalition government earlier carried out to the headline. Highlighting that the coalition government officials tend to postpone the park project that expected increase the potential of social activities in Lefkosa, the news report also provided expert information about the matter.

The ongoing action of debt between Municipality of Lefkoşa and Near East University higlighted by Havadis newspaper in their headline on Friday. Using the title "Municipality of Lefkoşa is after its debt owed” the news report informed their readers that the if the conflicted sides could not reach an agreement, the court will be the determinant to resolve the case.


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