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13 December, 2018


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1. Spehar: Cyprus should engage with Lute in a creative and constructive manner

2. Volunteers to help restore Agios Panteleimonas Monastery

3. Child molester bill heads to Cabinet

A new tough bill on sex offenders is in the works that would give judges more leeway in setting terms for convicted child molesters who get out of jail, including where they can live and whether they can access online porn...

4. Two worlds in conflict

5. US must reassess Turkey policy, analyst says

The US should reassess its Turkey policy as the two NATO allies no longer share common interests and values, according to a report published by the Council of Foreign Relations (CFR) think tank....

6. State chemist unable to check for rat poison

A dog owner is raising questions over the test capabilities at the state’s chemistry labs, following a case where one of his employees might have also been affected by rat poison...

7. Others ready to host kids, if Zygi won’t

Two communities have stepped up to the plate to signal their readiness to welcome refugee unaccompanied minors following recent protests in Zygi, but state officials insist on original location due to approved funding...

8. Interview with Jaap Winter professor of international and corporate law at Vrije University

9. The end of political totems

10. NGO says trafficking victims lack support

Recent law enforcement operations against human and sex trafficking in Cyprus drew attention to a number of additional problems, including waning state support and landlords refusing to rent homes to trafficked women...

11. Weak Greek economy threatened by world unrest

12. Religious leaders welcome meeting between Anastasiades and Akinci

13. Spehar: Anastasiades-Akinci meeting a significant step

14. Persuasion and force

15. Cyprus police bet on behavioural science

Cyprus police is betting on behavioural sciences in another effort to combat crime, drawing on experts and techniques reminiscent of CSI shows on television...

16. United against racism Germans stage mass protest against far right

17. Nobel Prize in Economics awarded to Nordhaus and Romer

18. Ticking bombs

19. Opium found in Ancient Cyprus vessel

20. Brilliance and deprivation in journalism

The kidnapping of the two school boys in Larnaca has put our reflexes to the test, those of the authorities, the media and society at large...

21. Lessons from Northern Ireland

22. New details emerge in Larnaca abduction

Larnaca investigators have learned that the suspect in Tuesday’s kidnapping had carefully laid out an elaborate plan to divert attention from police moments before snatching the two school boys...

23. Reality in the face of wicked politics

24. Institutions are testing the resilience of Cypriot society

25. Co-working spaces and Entrepreneurship

26. OSCE praises Cyprus efforts to combat human trafficking

Following the unprecedented disruption of a sex trafficking ring in Cyprus, OSCE’s Combating Trafficking in Human Beings praised the country for its progress in combating human trafficking and urged agencies to seek ways for even better coordination...

27. Government scrambles to counter teacher strike

The government is putting together measures to minimise the impact of next week’s teacher strike, with the education minister saying he is willing to pick things up with the unions from where they were left off at the last handshake...

28. Education crisis at end of tether

Difficult days lie ahead in public education, with state teachers unions saying a last-minute proposal by ruling party Disy, at least at face value, is no different than the latest government measures already rejected...

29. Elderly woman defrauded by own flesh and blood

Police have arrested a married couple following a complaint by an 84-year-old woman, saying her daughter and son-in-law were beating her and stealing her monthly pension...

30. Come back, support Greece

We are caught between celebrations over Greece’s “clean exit” from the bailout programs on one hand and, on the other, allegations that the country has effectively signed up to what can be considered a “fourth memorandum” and is headed to economic disaster....