Cyprus

Turkey drilling complicates peace efforts

July 10, 2019 admin 0

Nicosia has told the United Nations (UN) on Wednesday that Turkey is hindering the reunification process on the eastern Mediterranean island by engaging in natural gas drilling near its coasts. President Nicos Anastasiades met with […]

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Serial killer given seven life sentences

June 25, 2019 admin 0

A self-confessed serial-killer received seven life sentences on Monday after he pleaded guilty to killing five foreign women and the children of two of them in a murder spree that went undetected for three years. […]

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Cypriot tennis star Marcos Baghadatis to retire

June 25, 2019 admin 0

TENNINS star Marcos Baghadatis said on Monday that he will quit professional tennis after the Wimbledon tournament Bagdhatis rose to a career-high number eight in the world rankings in 2006, having reached the Australian Open […]

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Police pull in migrant boat

May 29, 2019 admin 0

Marine police have rescued nine unregulated immigrants, who were spotted drifting off the most northwestern spot of the island. The statement said their boat, which had set off from the Turkish port of Mersin days […]

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Economic prudency must continue following bailout

May 27, 2019 admin 0

European Stability Mechanism (ESM) chief economist Rolf Strauch has urged the government to continue applying prudent economic policies and keeping fiscal buffers to safeguard against external risks that could affect the growth of its small […]