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23 August, 2019


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61. Hellenic Bank’s Economic Review

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

63. Two women arrested in Limassol prostitution bust

Two Russian women in Limassol were detained on Friday during a police raid in connection with illegal prostitution and suspected human trafficking...

64. Greek government to issue operation licenses for old houses of worship

The Ministry of Education, Research and Religion will grant licenses to all houses of worship operating in Greece since 1955, according to a cyclical issued on Wednesday. ...

65. Shriners commit to stronger cooperation with Cyprus

The Shriners are expanding their charitable work in Cyprus with a new agreement signed with the government and the Paraskevaides Foundation, boosting cooperation in medical care for children but also training and research...

66. Turkey to drill in its own waters

67. There is no economic bubble says Finance Minister

68. House President addresses UK Cypriots

69. Turkey ups ante in Eastern Med over oil and gas

70. President of the House to deliver first four volumes of 'Cyprus File' to President Anastasiades

71. Exxon Mobil is placing big bets on China’s soaring liquefied natural gas demand

72. Nobel Prize in Economics awarded to Nordhaus and Romer

73. Opium found in Ancient Cyprus vessel

74. 'Imagine' project brings together G/C and T/C schoolchildren

75. Physics Nobel prize winners include first female laureate in 55 years

76. 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....

77. Indonesian quake toll jumps to 832 dead as rescuers struggle

78. Co-working spaces and Entrepreneurship

79. Tusk: EU must end migration blame game

80. Deloitte: 2nd Cyprus Open Data Hackathon

81. 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...

82. 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...

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

84. 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...

85. 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...

86. 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....

87. 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....

88. 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. ...

89. 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....

90. 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....