• cyprus
    in: Politics  | 

    Cyprus To Report Turkey for Harassing Oil Exploration Ship

    Cyprus is set to report Turkey to all the relevant international organisations for harassing its oil exploration vessel just off Paphos, said government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides. It happened on August 27th, when a Turkish navy frigate threatened a Cyprus-flagged research ship. Turkey’s answer to Cyprus’ offshore oil and gas exploration is clear, said the spokesman. […]

  • schlumberger cyprus
    in: News  | 

    Schlumberger Blackmailed into Bribing Cyprus Officials – Reports

    Paphos Mayor Phedonas Phedonos alleges that French oilfield services company Schlumberger was blackmailed into paying tens of thousands of Euros in bribes to get its operating license in Aradippou, Larnaca, report the Cyprus Mail and Phileleftheros (in Greek). “Schlumberger is committed to operating in strict compliance with local and international laws. During our presence in Cyprus this has […]

  • george low murder
    in: Crime  | 

    George Low Murder: Suspects Confess – Report

    The Cyprus authorities have submitted a request to the UN for the return of two men suspected of murdering UK national George Low in Ayia Napa. In the latest developments, the suspects have confessed to the killing, and are in custody in the Turkish-held north of the island. The deputy head of the UN-led Bicommunal […]

  • cyprus
    in: Cyprus Politics, Politics  | 

    Cyprus Talks: No Guarantees from Third Countries – President

    President Anastasiades has once again drawn the line against guarantors from third countries for Cyprus’ security, said Government Spokesman Nicos Christodoulides in comments to the state broadcaster. Turkey, the UK and Greece were written into the 1960 founding constitution as guarantors, which gave them the right to intervene short-term if either the Greek-or-Turkish Cypriots tried […]

  • german warplanes cyprus
    in: Regional Politics  | 

    German Warplanes Moving from Incirlik to Cyprus? Report

    Germany may move its Tornado warplanes currently stationed at Incirlik base in Turkey to Cyprus or Jordan, if relations continue worsening, reports Der Spiegel, citing security experts. In the aftermath of the attempted coup in Turkey, German officials were banned from visiting German troops in Turkey, raising concerns from the government. The Turkish state is keeping them […]

  • turkey syria
    in: Regional Politics  | 

    Turkey Invades Syria, Opens Second Front Against Kurds

    Five weeks after an attempted military coup in Turkey, Turkish ground troops have crossed the Syrian border into the ‘soft target’ town of Jabulus, opening a second front against regional Kurds, while claiming to help Syrian rebels fight off ISIS terrorists. Damascus is incensed, condemning the move as an invasion of sovereign territory. With ‘Euphrates […]

  • drugs cyprus
    in: Crime  | 

    Kilos of Marijuana Found During Limassol Police Pull Over

    A 57-year-old man is under arrest after Limassol traffic police found three kilos of marijuana in his car during a pull over on the night of August 23rd, reports the state news agency. In more signs that drug dealing is big business in Cyprus, another 14 kilos of cannabis was found in his possession. Earlier this […]

  • cyta privatisation
    in: Economy  | 

    National Security Protected In CYTA Privatisation Plan – Justice Minister

    National security is protected by measures in the privatisation plan for the Cyprus Telecommunications Authority (CYTA), says Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou. The government’s plan is supported by thorough recommendations from technical experts and is not at a superficial level, he adds in response to concerns from MPs. Issue not closed The issue of privatising CYTA is […]

  • cyprus
    in: Human Rights  | 

    Cyprus Talks: Security of One Should Not Threaten the Other

    The security of one side should not threaten the other, says President Nicos Anasasiades, commenting on his latest meeting with Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci. A meeting between the Greek-and-Turkish Cypriot leaders and the UN Secretary-General in New York this autumn is not ruled out, said the president. “If there is such progress that permits for a […]

  • blogging cyprus
    in: Blogs, News  | 

    CNR News Club: Blogging Tips for Businesses

    Blogging for branding and influence In the digital age, marketers have the additional challenge of creating blogs that are persuasive and show expertise without putting people off with the hard-sell approach. Finding this balance is what makes a successful blog, and promoting it correctly is what makes a blog popular and ultimately more influential. Over time, […]

  • how and why to blog with cnr news club
    in: CNR News Club  | 

    How to Blog with CNR News Club to Build Your Reputation

    Watch this video to see what’s inside CNR News Club! A blog can build your reputation and create more opportunities for your future. CyprusNewsReport.com started in 2009 with a simple idea; making the mainstream media more accessible to writers, activists and everyday people who need exposure for their ideas and work. The competition in most […]

  • attracts
    in: Motivation  | 

    Vibrate Higher with Venetia – Like Attracts Like

    When you talk about yourself or others, that story’s vibration comes into existence within you. The vibration then releases itself into the universe and attracts matching vibrations back to you. Life doesn’t just happen to you; life responds to your attitude; this means happiness will attract happiness. Joy will draw joy. Sadness will bring sadness. […]

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