POLICE DENY DRAGGING THEIR FEET IN PROBING FOOTBALL CORRUPTION

Police on Friday denied accusations made in daily Haravghi that they dragged their feet over a football corruption case that they were aware of as far back as 2016. Responding to the newspaper's report, police said they had carried out their work at the time and investigated the case as... The post Police deny dragging their feet in probing football corruption appeared first on Cyprus Mail.

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