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14 October, 2019


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91. US Senate votes to lift Cyprus arms embargo

The US Senate on Thursday voted to lift a decades-old arms embargo against Cyprus and to cut Turkey off the American F-35 fighter jet program if it proceeds with the acquisition of the Russian S-400 missile defense system...

92. Galanos on Famagusta: Now the time for government to take action

93. Cyprus strongly protests to UN over airspace and sea violations by Turkey

Cyprus has strongly protested to the UN the violations of its national airspace, the infringements of international air traffic regulations in Cyprus’s flight information region and the illegal use of closed ports and airports in Cyprus by Turkey...

94. Taxi drivers go on strike

City taxi drivers went on strike Thursday morning to protest a number of issues including city permits, social security, and the traffic code...

95. Apple Pay now available to Bank of Cyprus customers

96. US bill calls for end to Russian military vessels refueling in Cyprus

The Eastern Mediterranean Security and Energy Partnership Act of 2019 would allow the U.S. to fully support the trilateral partnership of Israel, Greece, and Cyprus through energy and defense cooperation initiatives...

97. US Senate Foreign Relations committee advances East Med Act

98. Sex offender fined for flipping the bird

A pardoned sex offender has been fined €700 for flipping off the parents of his victim after getting out early...

99. Winds of War

100. Missing Romanian teen gets married in Cyprus

A tip from Interpol about a concerned family in Romania over their teenage daughter led to the arrest of a male suspect at Larnaca airport in a possible human trafficking case...

101. Nicosia, Athens seek specific measures at EU summit

102. Chinese Ambassador to Cyprus: No one stands to win in a trade war

103. The only settlement option left

Workers in Chicago got their eight-hour day in 1888, followed by decades of labour strife but also drawbacks due to war that eventually made way for working people in the wake of the new century to enjoy a comfortable standard, with living wages and a good standard of living at least in the developed countries...

104. Motive behind tanker attacks unclear

105. Don’t mess with the US Congress

106. Over the coming weeks

Andreas Paraschos tries to read between the lines following statements in Washington regarding a little bit more action over the next few weeks and months...

107. Palmer: Ankara has been repeatedly advised to change course

108. Greek-American leaders: AKEL's Kyprianou wrong about US' east Med policy

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

110. Ahrweiler: History that teaches only one solution is a dangerous thing

111. EastMed Act to boost ties with 'real allies' says Menendez

112. British PM opposes Turkey’s planned drilling activities

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

114. Trump welcomed to Buckingham Palace by Queen Elizabeth

115. Eurobank Cyprus selects TEMENOS for its digital transformation

116. Trump wades into Britain's 'interesting' Brexit crisis

117. 35th PSEKA Conference to take place in Washington on June 4-6

118. Investment fund assets under management rise to €6.7 billion€6-7-billion

119. Bicycle patrol ready for another hot summer

The bicycle patrol is getting high praise from officials and the public after two years of service, as police officers hit the road every single day to prevent and combat crime...

120. Foreigners left out of GESY registration

Thousands of foreign nationals are unable to enroll in the General Healthcare System known as GESY set to be launched on Saturday, with reports pointing fingers at incompatible databases...