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A members of the Cyprus national police stands guard at the entrance of the headquarters of local broadcaster Sigma TV in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)

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Burnt vehicles of local Cypriot broadcaster Sigma TV are seen outside the headquarters of the television station in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)

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Burnt vehicles of local Cypriot broadcaster Sigma TV are seen outside the headquarters of the television station in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)

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Members of the Cyprus national police inspect the headquarters of local broadcaster Sigma TV in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)

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Members of the Cyprus national police inspect the headquarters of local broadcaster Sigma TV in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)

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Members of the Cyprus national police inspect the headquarters of local broadcaster Sigma TV in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)

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A burnt vehicle of local Cypriot broadcaster Sigma TV is seen outside the headquarters of the television station in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)

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A man stands by a woman sitting in a room at the ransacked lobby of the headquarters of local Cyprus broadcaster Sigma TV in the capital Nicosia on July 18, 2021 after protesters against coronavirus measures attacked the premises late in the evening. - Police confirmed the incident at Sigma TV and said around 2,500 protesters went to the network after a larger protest outside the presidential palace against a Covid "Safepass" and force vaccination. (Photo by Etienne TORBEY / AFP)