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17 July, 2019


Displaying results 91-120 of 201 matches for query Environment.

91. Exxon Mobil to start drilling this week

92. Prince Charles celebrates his 70th birthday

93. Interview with Isfandyar Zaman Khan, lead specialist for finance and innovation at the World Bank

94. Dijsselbloem: Cyprus is still in search of a new economic paradigm

95. A good day for Hellenism in America

96. Brexit – Deal or No Deal?–-deal-or-no-deal

It seems that you can’t read the news today without some mention of Brexit. The referendum that took place took place in 2016 it now nearing the deadline and Europe as a whole is at the edge of their seats...

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

98. Cyprus signs dairy product export protocol with China

99. The end of political totems

100. Exxon Mobil drillship arrives in Limassol on November 12

101. Weak Greek economy threatened by world unrest

102. Activists dismantle illegal bird trapping site

Environmental activists in Cyprus came across an illegal bird trapping site on Wednesday, managing to save 200 birds while poachers had already killed some before running away...

103. Persuasion and force

104. Fitch Ratings upgrades Cyprus to investment grade

105. Turkish court sentences Cypriot jihadist

A Londoner of Cypriot origin and his wife have been sentenced to six years and three months in Turkey after they were convicted on terrorism charges...

106. Female poacher armed to the teeth

Two environmental activists, who were monitoring illegal bird trapping activities in Larnaca, were assaulted last week by a female poacher who also bit them before wildlife officers could arrive...

107. Cypriot among fracking protesters to go to jail

A Cypriot anti-fracking activist in Britain will spend over a year in prison along with three others for their part in blocking the way for trucks outside an energy company base...

108. Ticking bombs

109. Female tourists pelted with paintballs in Paphos

At least two female tourists were targeted Sunday evening in an apparent paintball ambush, with unknown suspects managing to pelt one of them with the glittery splat...

110. Primary schools to beef up security

The premises of public primary schools and kindergartens in Cyprus could soon be surrounded by taller fencing and gates, based on discussion among officials in the aftermath of the Larnaca abduction case...

111. Cyprus marks World Animal Day

People around the globe are observing World Animal Day on Thursday and Animal Party Cyprus is leading the effort in a number of Cypriot towns to help raise awareness...

112. Opium found in Ancient Cyprus vessel

113. Nobel Prize in Chemistry awarded to scientists who harnessed the power of evolution

114. Banks have their recovery work cut out

The bank stock slump has gone on for too long and valuations are now exceptionally low, say senior credit sector officials in Athens. However, analysts questioned on the issue by Kathimerini say the problems that Greek lenders are facing will not be overcome quickly, justifying the pounding the sector has sustained on the Athens stock exchange....

115. Fitch Ratings upgrades Bank of Cyprus

116. Co-working spaces and Entrepreneurship

117. Anastasiades: Investment fund registrations up 18%

118. Cyprus energy deals draw EU support

The Secretariat-General of the European Commission has expressed the EU’s full support for the Republic of Cyprus’ energy plans and agreements, including the second and final bilateral deal between Cyprus and Egypt on a natural gas sub-sea pipeline...

119. Deloitte: 2nd Cyprus Open Data Hackathon

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