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Friday, 04 November 2016 09:35

In Cyprus News FEED

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    The captain of the U.S. aircraft carrier Theodore Roosevelt, in a blunt letter, has called on Navy leadership for stronger measures to save the lives of his sailors and stop the spread of the coronavirus aboard the huge ship. The[…]

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  • in-cyprus.com

    Famagusta district court on Tuesday handed down fines of between €150 and €450 to seven individuals for violating decrees to contain the spread of coronavirus. Overall, the fines amounted to €2200 the Cyprus News Agency reported. They were all charged[…]

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  • in-cyprus.com

    The Central Bank of Cyprus in a circular issued on Tuesday called on Cypriot banks to provide swift credit to companies, self-employed persons and natural persons affected by the coronavirus epidemic in a bid to avoid a “credit crunch.” “The[…]

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  • in-cyprus.com

    Ambassador of China to Cyprus Huang Xingyuan has announced the arrival of the first batch of China-donated medical supplies to Cyprus. Huang Xingyuan said in a post on Twitter that he was “happy to announce that the 1st batch of[…]

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  • in-cyprus.com

    The Embassy of Cyprus in Madrid is in contact with around 30 Cypriots in Spain, mainly students as well as their families in Cyprus, in an effort to support them as the number of confirmed cases and deaths due to[…]

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Friday, 04 November 2016 09:35

Famagusta Gazette News FEED

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Friday, 04 November 2016 09:35

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Friday, 04 November 2016 09:35

Cyprus Mail News FEED

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    Police investigating attempted murder in Lythrodontas Police were on Tuesday investigating a case of attempted murder after a man was shot in his Nicosia district home with a hunting shotgun. The man was rushed to hospital and his condition was reportedly not life threatening. The shooting[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    Coronavirus: Paphos haemodialysis patients to be moved to private sector In a bid to decongest the unit and reduce the risk of infection, patients of the Paphos general hospital haemodialysis unit will be transferred to private clinics, it was announced on Tuesday. Head of the hospital Iosif Moutiris said the[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    New Greek coronavirus cases include ship crew and migrant mum Greece reported 102 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, including 20 people on a ship and a female asylum seeker who recently gave birth in hospital in Athens, the first recorded case among thousands of migrants kept in overcrowded camps. Authorities[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    Coronavirus: State health services to spend €20 million to treat patients The state health services (Okypy) will spend €20 million to buy equipment, services and diagnostic tests to combat the spread of the coronavirus, Okypy head Marios Panayides announced on Tuesday. The amount was approved by the board of Okypy on[…]

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  • Cyprus Mail

    Revenue from tourism up in January 2020 Revenue from tourism amounted to €40.2 million in January 2020, an increase of 1.5 per cent over the same month in 2019, data published by the Cyprus Statistical Service showed on Tuesday. According to Cystat’s passenger survey, the expenditure per[…]

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Friday, 04 November 2016 09:35

Ekathimerini News FEED

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    Greece reported 102 new coronavirus cases on Tuesday, including 20 people on a ship and a female asylum seeker who recently gave birth in hospital in Athens, the first recorded case among thousands of migrants kept in overcrowded camps.

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  • ekathimerini.com

    National Bank of Greece (NBG) on Tuesday reported sharply lower net profit in the fourth quarter compared to July-to-September on the back of weaker trading and net interest income and higher provisions for impaired loans. 

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  • ekathimerini.com

    Cyprus and seven other member-states have asked the European Union to support road transport firms hit by the coronavirus outbreak and halt work on reforms to truck drivers’ working conditions, which they said would leave vulnerable companies worse off. 

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  • ekathimerini.com

    The port of Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest, is evolving into a key gateway for the entire Balkan peninsula’s supply chain, while constantly becoming a more important part of China’s maritime trade plans.

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  • ekathimerini.com

    The gesture made Monday by Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis, who called upon the deputies of his ruling New Democracy party as well as ministers and deputy ministers to donate half their salary for the next two months to a[…]

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