LAWS AGAINST MATCH-FIXING BADLY NEEDED, POLICE CHIEF SAYS

Legislation against match-fixing in Cyprus is badly needed, Police Chief Kypros Michaelides said on Wednesday, calling for greater surveillance powers for the force as the phenomenon is most often linked to organised crime. Michaelides was speaking at the official launch of a three-day project aimed at raising awareness on the... The post Laws against match-fixing badly needed, Police Chief says appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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