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1. Tusk: EU must end migration blame game

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/tusk-eu-must-end-migration-blame-game

2. Deloitte: 2nd Cyprus Open Data Hackathon

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/deloitte-2nd-cyprus-open-data-hackathon

3. On this Day on 17 September 1625

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/life/on-this-day-on-17-september-1625

On 17 September 1625, Pietro della Valle, a Roman traveler of patrician birth, made an entry in his journal about the church of Saint Lazarus in Larnaca, Cyprus...

4. August tourist arrivals highest ever

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/august-tourist-arrivals-highest-ever

The Cyprus Tourism Organization says tourist arrivals on the island have never been better for the month of August until this year, as new countries are filling the void created by bigger markets...

5. Green Sea Turtle rescued in Limassol returns to the sea

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/green-sea-turtle-rescued-in-limassol-returns-to-the-sea

6. Cyprus picks up the pace in search of missing

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/cyprus-picks-up-the-pace-in-search-of-missing

More exhumations are in the works by the Committee of Missing Persons, starting on Monday on both sides of the island, including areas inside military zones in the north...

7. Remains of seven people identified in Athalassa

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/remains-of-seven-people-identified-in-athalassa

The Republic of Cyprus has identified seven bodies that were buried in 1974 and recently unearthed during excavations of human remains at Nicosia’s Athalassa hospital...

8. Stephen Lillie: There is only plan A for Cyprus

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/stephen-lillie-there-is-only-plan-a-for-cyprus

There is a clear plan A for Cyprus, that of a bi-zonal, bi-communal federation solution, and there is no plan B, UK High Commissioner in Nicosia, Stephen Lillie, has told the Cyprus News Agency (CNA), stressing that “for plan A to succeed the negotiations need to be well prepared, and the public opinion needs to be well prepared” as well....

9. Britain’s Cypriot dialect under pressure

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/britain-s-cypriot-dialect-under-pressure

London, 1990. Six-year old Skevi, of Cypriot background, was late for class at her Greek community school, which left her unable to find somewhere to sit....

10. Probe hones in on fire service, regional authority officials

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/probe-hones-in-on-fire-service-regional-authority-officials

A judicial investigation into the causes of the disastrous wildfires on the outskirts of Attica last month points to major shortcomings and mistakes by members of Greece’s fire service and regional authorities, Kathimerini understands. ...

11. Struggle for survivors of fire trying to return to normalcy

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/struggle-for-survivors-of-fire-trying-to-return-to-normalcy

Survivors of last month’s deadly blazes on the outskirts of Attica are struggling to cope while experts are warning of the public health risks posed by toxic ash in the afflicted areas, Kathimerini has learned....

12. Experts warn of pollution in areas hit by Attica wildfires

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/experts-warn-of-pollution-in-areas-hit-by-attica-wildfires

As a judicial investigation into last month’s catastrophic wildfires in parts of Attica gathers pace, experts have warned of toxic pollution in the areas affected by the blazes....

13. Lack of early warning, town planning led to high death toll, study finds

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/lack-of-early-warning-town-planning-led-to-high-death-toll-study-finds

Authorities’ failure to issue a timely warning about the approaching wildfire that scorched the town of Mati, a popular tourist resort 17 miles east of Athens, left “almost zero time between realizing the danger and reacting to it,” according to a preliminary inquiry into the deadly inferno released Tuesday by the University of Athens. ...

14. Investing in knowledge

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/comment/opinion/investing-in-knowledge

A growth rate of 1.9 percent is way too small for a country like Greece, especially as the rest of Europe’s performance is so much more robust. This is, after all, a country that shed 25 percent of its gross domestic product (GDP) in the course of a decade. What we should be seeing, therefore, is the effect of a tightly wound spring, whereby a virtuous cycle of growth begins and only gets faster with time. Instead, we’re hobbling along at 1.9 percent, the slowest rate an economy can achieve after hitting rock bottom....

15. NETFLIX is king

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/life/netflix-is-king

The complete list of nominees for the best in television released for the 70th annual Primetime Emmy Awards reflects the new age of entertainment by streaming...

16. July is tequila month

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/life/july-is-tequila-month

National Tequila Day is fast approaching, on July 24, and Kathimerini’s WIZ Urban Guide thought it would be cool to couple a few tips together on what people ought to know about this popular drink, just in time before taking their next sip...

17. Dozens of Attica beaches found unfit for swimming

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/dozens-of-attica-beaches-found-unfit-for-swimming

Seventy-one out of 323 beaches inspected by the Panhellenic Center for Ecological Research in the Greek capital’s Attica region were found unfit for swimming, with low cleanliness scores going to popular spots like Loutsa, Oropos and Schinias....

18. Woman returns €10,000 she stole from breast cancer society

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/woman-stole-€10-000-from-breast-cancer-society

An employee at the Europa Donna Cyprus, a breast cancer awareness society, was arrested for stealing over €10,000 from the charity...

19. Baby jellyfish stings on the rise in Limassol

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/baby-jellyfish-stings-on-the-rise-in-limassol

The number of swimmers stung by jellyfish at Lady’s Mile beach has gone up in recent weeks, with authorities saying incidents were specific to the area due to underwater currents...

20. AG names investigators to comb though co-op

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/ag-names-investigators-to-comb-though-entire-co-op

A former judge, an economist, and a banker will make up the executive committee that will investigate any suspicious dealings that took place in the troubled Cypriot co-op...

21. Turkey: Even birds need our consent to fly in the Aegean

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/turkey-even-birds-need-our-consent-to-fly-in-the-aegean

With Greece featuring prominently in Turkey’s election campaigning, Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu raised the tension a notch again Thursday, warning that not even a bird will fly over the Aegean without Ankara’s permission....

22. Korean-Hellenic ship forum to highlight ties

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/korean-hellenic-ship-forum-to-highlight-ties

The “Korean-Hellenic Maritime Cooperation Forum,” to be held on Wednesday, June 6, in the context of the Posidonia 2018 shipping fair next to Athens International Airport, is expected to draw quite a crowd and will highlight the long-standing cooperation between the two nations in the maritime sector....

23. Search for 'lost brides' of Cyprus digs up painful past

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/life/search-for-lost-brides-of-cyprus-digs-up-painful-past

Those who witnessed it said a sobbing Fetine Menish had to be physically dragged by each arm to meet her fate; the 14-year-old was being married off to a Palestinian merchant searching Cyprus for a suitable Muslim wife to take back home...

24. Mediterranean diet is falling out of favour with southern Europeans

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/life/mediterranean-diet-is-falling-out-of-favour-with-southern-europeans

Recent data found that in Italy, Cyprus, Spain, Malta, Greece and San Marino, one in five boys were obese...

25. UNHCR: Asylum seekers in Cyprus lack decent housing

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/unhcr-asylum-seekers-in-cyprus-need-decent-housing

With less than 10% of asylum-seekers accommodated at the reception centre, decent housing is a major problem thousands of asylum seekers face, a UNHCR report said...

26. 'Bonfire of the Vanities' author Tom Wolfe dead at 88

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/life/bonfire-of-the-vanities-author-tom-wolfe-dead-at-88

Tom Wolfe, an early practitioner of “new journalism” who captured the mood and culture of America across five decades with books including “The Bonfire of the Vanities,” “The Right Stuff,” and “The Electric Kool-Aid Acid Test,” has died at the age of 88...

27. Eastern Mediterranean faces 'security threat' from Cyprus

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/eastern-mediterranean-faces-security-threat-from-cyprus

The eastern Mediterranean region will face a sustained security threat if Cyprus continues unilateral operations there, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said...

28. Are Britons really bothered about royal wedding?

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/life/are-britons-really-bothered-about-royal-wedding

There is no doubt that the wedding of Prince Harry, Queen Elizabeth’s grandson and sixth-in-line to the throne, and Hollywood actress Markle, star of TV drama “Suits”, has the media transfixed...

29. Experts says Cyprus economy to grow by 3.8% this year

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/business/experts-says-cyprus-economy-to-grow-by-3-8-this-year

The Cypriot economy will pick up momentum in 2018, the University of Cyprus’s Economic Research Centre predicts, upgrading its growth forecast to 3.8% compared with its previous projection of 3.6%. ...

30. Breast cancer screening failure may have shortened 270 lives in England

http://knews.kathimerini.com.cy/en/news/breast-cancer-screening-failure-may-have-shortened-270-lives-in-england

As many as 270 women’s lives may have been shortened after an IT failure in England’s breast cancer screening programme meant 450,000 patients were not invited for appointments...