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Travel Warning - Libya

Announcement from the foreign ministry below:

The citizens of the Republic of Cyprus are advised against all travel to Libya, as the security situation continues to deteriorate. All Cypriot citizens who reside in the country, are advised to inform the Cypriot competent Authorities (see below for contact details) on their current status, and are advised to leave the country as quickly and safely as possible.

MOKAS Freezes FBME Accounts in Anti-Money Laundering Probe

The anti-money-laundering unit MOKAS has frozen a number of accounts in the Federal Bank of the Middle East (FBME), amid the Central Bank's measures to wind down the branch in Cyprus.

Bank of Cyprus Increases Capital by One Billion Euros

Bank of Cyprus has announced a successful increase in its capital by one billion euros, or 15.1 percent, and significant changes in its ownership structure.

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Thought for Today - Let Your Light Shine

You only possess things when you can let go of them, otherwise they possess you.

Huge, Multinational Concert for Peace - Curium Amphitheatre

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The Hadjiloizou Benevolent Foundation for the Arts Culture & Peace and the Cyprus Academy of Music present the monumental Cyprus Peace Concert 4: Maestro & Friends.

Troika Gives Fifth Green Light on Cyprus Bailout - Risks Remain

The ECB, IMF and EU troika group has given its fifth green light on Cyprus' bailout progress, releasing a further 436 million euros in loans to the government, but warning that risks still remain.

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Challenging the Old Order to Set New Frontiers in Nanoscience & Nanotechnology

OMICS Group takes pleasure in announcing the 4th International Conference and Expo in Nanotek with the aim of tracking the most recent advancements in nanotechnology and Nanoscience, including Pharmaceutics, Nanomedicine, Applications of Nanotechnology in Materials Research, Synthesis, and Fabrication during December 01-03, 2014, at San Francisco, USA.

Energy Regulator Calls on EAC To Separate into Four Entities

The Cyprus Energy Regulatory Authority (CERA) has called on the Electricity Authority of Cyprus (EAC) to separate into four entities in preparation for privatisation measures.

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