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23 September, 2020


Displaying results 181-210 of 323 matches for query exchange.

181. Cyprus Digital Security Authority meets amid Chinese data breach

182. NYT: Chinese hackers infiltrated Cyprus Ministry of Foreign Affairs systems

183. United States - Greece strategic dialogue joint statement

184. Budget 2019 goes to parliament

185. Pakistani murder suspect’s detention extended

A Pakistani male, who is wanted in the north for murder, has been ordered by a Limassol judge to remain in jail up to three months, pending immigration or political developments...

186. Gunman kills three in Strasbourg Christmas market

187. UN envoy likely to meet President on Sunday

188. Moscow attempts to sway Cypriot foreign policy

189. An uncomfortable meeting

190. Man orders car torched over breakup with teen girl

Two 23-year-old men have been remanded in custody in a Nicosia arson attack against a vehicle, whose owner says one of the suspects had an affair with his teenage daughter...

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

192. False start in Strovolos double murder trial

The Strovolos double murder trial has been pushed back following a hold up with the lawyer of one of the suspects who said charges against his client were not clear...

193. Strovolos double murder trial continues

The trial in the Strovolos double murder continues on Wednesday, with prosecution and defence trying to agree on a list of witnesses and asking for a bigger courtroom...

194. Suspects remanded in Ayia Napa highway murder

After a long and dramatic hearing in the Ayia Napa highway murder and alibis presented before the Famagusta district court, the four suspects were remanded for eight days on suspicion of being the main culprits in the crime...

195. Government: There is no secret deal with Turkey on gas

196. Fund Management a 'new beginning' for Cyprus

197. 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...

198. Sleight of hand con artists arrested

Three men were arrested on Wednesday in connection with a series of con jobs where they are accused of defrauding currency exchange tellers by sleight of hand...

199. US and Cyprus sign statement of intent on security cooperation

200. Zygi divided over refugee facility

A recent protest in Zygi by local residents, who object to having a refugee centre for unaccompanied minors in the area, has deeply divided the community and sparked debate beyond village boundaries...

201. Two con artists wanted for pulling a fast one

Two male suspects are wanted by police for allegedly stealing money from unsuspecting currency exchange tellers by doing a magic trick...

202. UK and EU agree deal on financial services

203. Anastasiades: Dherynia and Lefka Crossings to open 12 November

204. Averof and Ozdil meet to talk about a common future

205. More agencies sign up under new golden visa rules

Over four hundred agents in Cyprus are seeking a permit to be golden visa providers as criticism from the EU and stricter terms introduced by the government point to fierce competition among them...

206. CySEC: Financial crime has no place in Cyprus

207. Shaket seeking to 'nationalize' orthodox church land

208. Injured man in Limassol knife attack speaks out

A Romanian national says he was the victim of a knife attack by a discourteous driver in Limassol, while a 64-year-old man who gave a different story to police has been remanded in custody for seven days...

209. Nigerian 'doctor' and co-conspirators make bail

Three suspects have been released in the Spanish prisoner scam against where a retired teacher who was swindled out of €117,000, with the main suspect and two other women facing trial in January...

210. 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....