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Second cell phone antenna burned down in Cyprus

Wednesday 29 April 2020 | 11:21 CET | News
Cyprus' telecoms authority CyTA said a second mobile telephone antenna was set ablaze in Limassol by a group of unknown citizens despite the local government's efforts to change opinions in social media linking 5G to the human weakened immunity. The authority said the new criminal act against communication is a threat to stability and undermines the collective effort to return to normalcy.

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