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Do you know anyone staying at Cyprus hotel?

The Anastasia Beach Complex hotel in Protaras. Credit: Thomas Cook

British holidaymakers have been moved after a child-snatching gang trying to lure youngsters into cars allegedly struck at a Thomas Cook resort in Cyprus.

Around 50 people were put in different hotels following the incident at the Anastasia Beach Hotel in Protaras on June 16.

The tour operator said they were now working closely with police who are investigating.

Are you in Protaras? Get in touch with us by emailing centralnews@itv.com

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Martin O'Neill and Roy Keane in motorway crash

The Republic of Ireland football club's management team has been involved in a motorway crash - with manager Martin O'Neill and his assistant Roy Keane on board at the time.

Republic of Ireland's Manager Martin O'Neill (left) and assistant Roy Keane are reported to have been involved in the crash Credit: PA

The country's Football Association tweeted that their vehicle was rear-ended on the M50 in Dublin, and said everyone involved had returned to their hotel after being seen by the team doctor.

A spokesman said O'Neill and Keane were accompanied by coaches Seamus McDonagh, Steve Guppy and Steve Walford at the time of the accident.

The worst any of the five suffered were minor injuries, the FAI confirmed, with the team doctor able to look after their scrapes.

The accident comes ahead of the Republic's Euro 2016 qualifying match against Scotland at the Aviva Stadium in Dublin on Saturday.

The M50 motorway in Ireland runs in a C shape around much of Dublin.

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Ant Eddies-Davies sepaking to those affected by the April's earthquake Credit: Ant Eddies-Davies

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