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Greek Navy Patrols Cyprus Waters Continuously - Defence Minister

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The Greek navy continuously patrols Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) amid forays into the island's oil-and-gas fields by Turkey, said Defence Minister Christoforos Fokaides after his visit to the 'Lieutenant Roussen' warship, which docked in Limassol over the weekend.

The patrols are 'without fanfare' and are part of the recent deal signed with Greece and Egypt to fight terrorism and increase energy security in the Eastern Mediterranean, said the minister.

Cyprus Calls for Independent Probe into Palestinian Ziad Abu Ein's Death

The Foreign Ministry has called for an independent investigation into the death of Palestinian official Ziad Abu Ein, amid conflicting autopsy findings from Israeli and Palestinian pathologists.

According to the Israeli medical team, Mr. Abu Ein died of a heart attack due to a blocked artery. This finding is contradicted by the Palestinian doctors, who said there was evidence he was beaten by an Israeli soldier, which could have led to the heart attack.

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A good reason for a party - launching a network

Saturday featured another almost ‘spur-of-the-moment event’. I had not spent a lot of time planning the launch party of Mary’s Network - simply because I didn’t know when I was going to be ready for it logistically. My network as such had been ready for a long time... for years actually as it has been growing steadily, drawing in more and more old and new friends connecting with each other.
 
Many other things have also been pointing me into the direction of creating this more formal framework. My new, much larger home for one has proven to be a perfect move - literally - opening the doors to many more new people and events, providing spare rooms which I am able to make available to members whenever needed.

Turkey Take Note - Human Rights Are Integral to the EU

Human Rights Week starts today, December 10th, and the Cypriot people are still under the gun from Turkey, which has occupied Cyprus since 1974 with armed troops, barbed wire, and ongoing human rights abuses.

Traffic Snarls in Limassol, Nicosia Amid Taxi Driver Strike

taxi driver strike cyprusNicosia and Limassol experienced gridlock traffic during the morning rush-hour, as taxi drivers went on a four-hour work stoppage and blocked central roads.

There was no warning about the strike, which started at 6.30am, and so far, no clear demands from the taxi drivers, with some reports that they want cheaper diesel fuel.

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Weighing gains in FOREX trading instead of cooking ingredients

This Friday saw an event that had been suggested only a short while ago by dinner club regular Oliver who has recently started offering his services as ‘Trading coach Oli’ online and has been getting great feedback from traders.

Davutoglu Trying To Interfere with Cyprus-Greece Relations - Spokesman

davutoglu cyprus oil gasIt is obvious that Turkish Prime Minister Ahmet Davutoglu is trying to create problems between Greece and Cyprus by suggesting joint committees run by Athens and Ankara to 'govern' Cyprus' hydrocarbon reserves, said government spokesman Nikos Christodoulides.

Turkey refuses to recognise any of the bilateral agreements made between Cyprus, Greece, Israel and Egypt, and Mr. Davutoglu said it would be 'impossible' to develop the East-Med Corridor, to transport natural gas from Israel and Cyprus to the EU. 

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