Three fires in Paphos

The fire service said on Sunday it was investigating the causes of three fires that erupted in the Paphos district, two in the same village, earlier in the day.

The first two fires were in Ayia Varvara, the one on a pile of garbage, the other in a different part of the village burned down a small area of wild vegetation.

Another fire erupted in Emba, and burned down a small area of wild vegetation.

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