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16 November, 2018
 

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EU officials call Greece for stability amid pension debate

EU officials call Greece for stability amid pension debate

European officials are urging the Greek government to focus on maintaining financial and political stability even as political parties ratchet up their rhetoric ahead of general elections next year....

Politician accused of racism in the wake of sibling murder

Politician accused of racism in the wake of sibling murder

A Cypriot MP candidate found herself in the hot seat on Wednesday for comments she made on social media where she appeared to link the horrific sibling murder in Larnaca to multiculturalism...

Refugees land in Tilliria region early morning

Refugees land in Tilliria region early morning

A group of refugees arrived in Cyprus on Wednesday morning in a coastal village in the Tilliria region of north-western Cyprus...

Murder suspect wanted in the north faces deportation

Murder suspect wanted in the north faces deportation

A Pakistani male, who is wanted in the north for killing a Turkish Cypriot artist, remains locked up in the south on illegal entry violations, while previous reports of a possible murder investigation by CID Limassol have been retracted...

Food for Thought

Food for Thought

Zygi divided over refugee facility

Zygi divided over refugee facility

A recent protest in Zygi by local residents, who object to having a refugee centre for unaccompanied minors in the area, has deeply divided the community and sparked debate beyond village boundaries...

Boy kills little sister in Larnaca

Boy kills little sister in Larnaca

A little girl has been stabbed to death by her own brother in the old part of town in Larnaca, where the siblings lived with their father...

Forensic evidence leads to arrests in forgotten weapons stash

Forensic evidence leads to arrests in forgotten weapons stash

A long and forgotten cache of weapons discovered seven years ago is back in the headlines, as two men have been arrested based on new forensic evidence...

Woman beaten, left unconscious in Paralimni

Woman beaten, left unconscious in Paralimni

A man was arrested on Tuesday morning for beating a woman and leaving her unconscious on a public road in Paralimni...

Chances of rain looming over clear horizon

Chances of rain looming over clear horizon

Mostly clear weather conditions are set to continue this week, while afternoon clouds could bring local showers and even thunderstorms...

Indian student gets two years for opioids

Indian student gets two years for opioids

An Indian man has been sentenced to two years by a Larnaca court after pleading guilty to importing over 2000 opioid pills back in June 2018...

Two con artists wanted for pulling a fast one

Two con artists wanted for pulling a fast one

Two male suspects are wanted by police for allegedly stealing money from unsuspecting currency exchange tellers by doing a magic trick...

Confessed killer remanded in brutal Kioneli murder

Confessed killer remanded in brutal Kioneli murder

A man in the north suspected in the gruesome murder of his former lady friend was remanded in custody for eight days, while two others accused of providing cover for him went free on bail...

Greece to continue importing oil from Iran

Greece to continue importing oil from Iran

Greece will continue to import oil from Iran after it was – along with seven other countries – granted a temporary exemption from the sanctions Washington re-imposed on the Islamic republic on Monday....

Nicosia plays down Russian tourist airport incident

Nicosia plays down Russian tourist airport incident

Nicosia is playing down reports over detentions of Russian nationals at the airport who say they plan to visit the northern part of the island, vowing to look into a specific airport incident while giving assurances that the overall crossing experiences are positive...

Democracy or nightmare

Democracy or nightmare

Free press and democracy in the age of fake news is a subject of paramount importance and so we decided to address this at Kathimerini Cyprus as we mark our ten year anniversary since our first publication on 2 November 2008...