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Mother, Five Children's Lives Endangered Due To Lack of Electricity

A 35-year-old unemployed mother and her five children almost burned to death in their Limassol apartment because their electricity had been cut off for two months and they were using candles to light and warm their bedroom, reports Sigmalive.com.

Controversial Iranian Justice Minister Visits Cyprus

iranian minister of justice cyprusAlleged human rights abuser and Iranian Justice Minister Dr Mostafa Pourmohamadi, is arriving to Cyprus on November 20th for a two-day official visit, according to information from a government announcement.

Dr. Pourmohamadi was invited by Minister of Justice Ionas Nicolaou.

The Iranian Minister will have talks Mr. Nicolaou and sign cooperation agreements for the extradition of fugitives and the transferring of sentenced convicts.

He will also have meetings with the Acting President of the House of Representatives, the Attorney General, the President of the Supreme Court and the Minister of Foreign Affairs.

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Sunday morning with fairies, mooncats and unicorns

Sunday’s art exhibit with Kate Fensom was an event I’d been looking forward to for so long, and an event that we’d been ‘meaning to’ organize for even longer. In the end it of course worked out the way it was ‘meant to be’ - perfectly. I had been admiring Kate’s work online ever since we’d met at an exhibition in her hometown Paphos several years ago and was ecstatic at the thought of her beautiful fairytale work gracing my walls.
 
The artist arrived in Limassol  early to give us time to get ready for the event, schedule for 11:00 a.m. - 3:00 p.m. It was a gloriously warm morning that felt more like spring than autumn as we started what was to be a most perfect day, happily chatting and arranging my bright and sunny living room - Kate in charge of the paintings, sets of cards, puzzles.... me of the tables, coffee cups, cake plates...

EU Boosts Ebola Response Amid Great Suffering in West Africa - Stylianides

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The EU is boosting its response to the Ebola epidemic in Sierra Leone, Liberia and Guinea, amid great suffering in the West African countries, said Ebola Coordinator and Commissioner for Humanitarian Aid Christos Stylianides after visiting the affected areas.

Α new corporate identity for CYPROMAN. From CYPROMAN to CPM.

Announcement from Cyproman - fiduciary service.

On Wednesday 12 November 2014, at a press conference held at The Centre of Visual Arts & Research in Nicosia, Cyproman announced its new brand and corporate identity, which was presented by its General Manager, Mr Costas Christoforou.

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Bach flower remedies, human resources and art

And yet another weekend of a wonderfully eclectic selection of events. On Friday we learned about the benefits of using homeopathic, plant essence based Bach flower remedies, on Saturday we got tips on a healthy working environment and on Sunday we got to dwell in wonderfully mystical art.

17-Year-Old Remanded in Larnaca on Murder Allegations

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A 17-year-old boy has been remanded for eight days in Larnaca on allegations he murdered English-Cypriot Michael Anthony Louis Mina, aged 22, on November 16th.

The suspect reportedly stabbed the victim to death for harassing his girlfriend, and police said he had exhibited violent behaviour in the past. The 17-year-old has denied it was a premeditated murder.

According to a police spokesman, the boy had been in trouble in the past for stealing a car.

President Anastasiades To Undergo Heart Surgery

President Nicos Anastasiades will undergo surgery for a blocked artery in his heart, said government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides. The operation will happen soon, and the blocked artery was discovered after a routine checkup, he said. During a recent visit to Brussels, the president was taken ill after suffering nosebleeds connected with high blood pressure.
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