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14 October, 2019


Displaying results 91-120 of 215 matches for query Justice.

91. Supreme Court President irreparably exposed

92. Bank of Cyprus: Developments create toxic atmosphere

93. Attorney General: Supreme Court wrongly acquitted Bank of Cyprus

94. Supreme Court condemns 'unprovoked' accusations

95. Chryssafinis & Polyviou rejects nepotism allegations

96. Right to dignity

If we agree with Sigmund Freud that “the first requisite of civilization is that of justice” and assume that half of attorney Nicos Clerides’s allegations are true based on his January 11 letter to the Cyprus Bar Association, then you realize that we live in a state where civilization is on a dangerous decline...

97. Supreme Court meets amid allegations

The Supreme Court is scrambling to address bombshell allegations of bias and special interests, while the government says it does not want to interfere out of respect of separation of powers...

98. Relations of Injustice: Nepotism in Supreme Court

99. Woman fined for racist and xenophobic comments on Facebook

100. UK, European officials discussing possible Brexit delay

101. Slain Briton’s parents want fair trial

The parents of murder victim George Low, who was fatally stabbed in Ayia Napa two years ago, are left with more questions than answers as another Christmas holiday goes by without any sign of a criminal trial...

102. Explain this to an outsider

Andreas Paraschos writes about the state of impunity in Cyprus, where private citizens, the media, and politicians all beat around the bush on issues of impunity that are spectacularly clear to outsiders...

103. Elias Neocleous & Co LLC strengthens its presence in Western Europe

104. May: Does this house want to deliver Brexit?

105. Huawei CFO bail hearing to resume as Beijing piles pressure

106. Woman wins case against Cyprus

The European Court of Human Rights has ruled against Cyprus in a case where a Vietnamese woman had complained about the conditions of her detention back in 2012, awarding €10,500 in total damages...

107. Private sector is the key to Greece’s recovery

108. Outspoken attorney slams judge

High-powered attorney Loukis Loucaides is calling on a Larnaca judge to step down, questioning her competence and accusing her of taking irregular steps when she handed him a four month suspended sentence...

109. President Anastasiades presents his vision for a new model for the economy

110. Israeli minister urges Airbnb boycott, talks up rival service

111. In setback for Trump Democrats seize US House control

112. 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...

113. Charlie Riddington awaiting flight to UK

Charles ‘Charlie’ Riddington, the UK murder suspect who was arrested in Cyprus in August, is awaiting extradition to the United Kingdom to face justice...

114. Fiscal Council: Construction sector growth will not continue indefinitely

115. Erdogan says journalist murder planned in Saudi Arabia

116. Shaket seeking to 'nationalize' orthodox church land

117. More drivers get high behind the wheel

Cyprus police officers are bit more than they can chew this year as they found three out of four tested drivers were under the influence of drugs...

118. 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...

119. 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...

120. Cyprus lays down wild card in Browder case

Cyprus says state authorities won’t hand over information on Bill Browder’s companies to Russia, despite a court ruling giving the green light amid international pressure...