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02 April, 2020


Displaying results 151-180 of 445 matches for query Peace.

151. Garber: US deeply concerned by Turkey's intention to drill off Cyprus

152. US Deputy Assistant Secretary Palmer holds meetings in Nicosia

153. World leaders mark the 75th anniversary of D-Day

154. It takes two to tango US official says

155. British PM opposes Turkey’s planned drilling activities

156. FMs of Cyprus, Greece and Armenia meet in Nicosia

157. Israel to hold new elections after Netanyahu fails to form coalition

158. US lawmaker: East Med cooperation to counter Russia

159. Monnet or Orban?

When a vision ceases to create prosperity for the great masses it suddenly becomes a nightmare...

160. Loizidou presents photo evidence to Strasbourg to counter Turkish efforts to close her case

Cypriot applicant Tititna Loizidou insists on getting back her property in the Turkish-occupied part of Cyprus and repeats her objection to the closure of her case at the Committee of Ministers of the Council of Europe. In a letter on Friday to the Strasbourg-based human rights organization, Loizidou also attaches photo evidence of her 10 immovable properties, in an effort to counter the Turkish demand to close the individual measures at the Committee’s next meeting, in June....

161. Trump’s bimonthly report on Cyprus sent to Congress

162. The yellow lake

In the last decade of the nineteenth century in America, two influential newspapers - New York World and New York Journal – went all out in a fierce competition that adopted sensationalized news reporting, prompting New York Press affiliates to coin the term yellow journalism...

163. KOGAS investment in Cyprus a 'new horizon' for economic ties

164. New IRA 'apologizes' for killing of Northern Ireland journalist

165. Unruly teens cause mayhem in Limassol

A male teenager was arrested during an overnight operation in Limassol, where juveniles were lighting fires and throwing rocks at the police...

166. MAPFinTech and oneZero announce partnership

MAP Fin Tech and one Zero announce partnership to collaborate in research and development for integration of their systems...

167. Two worlds on a collision course

When Nicos Anastasiades was campaigning in 2013 for the presidency in the Republic of Cyprus under the banner “leadership in times of crisis” many people bought into the idea that the leader on the right would recognize the gravity of the situation and had a plan ready to get the country out of a tight spot...

168. Political Will

169. Guterres report: Low expectations for real progress

170. 'Whole new day' for Cyprus' relationship with US, says senator

171. Changes and romantic conceit

With the United States under Trump’s protectionism, moves on the geostrategic playing field seem to be altering the landscape considerably...

172. Cyprus and Lebanon to negotiate natural gas agreement

173. US senators introduce legislation to reshape East Med strategy

174. Aegean accident a permanent danger, military chief says

Referring to what Greece sees as deliberate escalations of tension by Turkey, the chief of the Hellenic National Defense General Staff (GEETHA), Christos Christodoulou, expressed concern Monday about “the permanent danger” of an accident in the Aegean. ...

175. Parties voice support for Sevgül Uludağ's Nobel nominationğ-s-nobel-nomination

176. Bus strike in Limassol ends for now

Bus drivers in Limassol got behind the wheel on Friday, suspending a strike following a meeting between trade union representatives and the ministers of labour and transport...

177. New Greek Cypriot CMP representative named

There is a new Greek Cypriot representative on the Committee on Missing Persons, with media reports saying his predecessor had raised a number of questions prior to his departure...

178. President Anastasiades: Political cost preferable to letting go of Finance Minister

179. Greek PM arrives in North Macedonia for 'historic' visit

180. US Senator Menendez: Closer to lifting Cyprus arms embargo