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Cyprus Announces Action Plan for Ebola Epidemic in W. Africa

The health ministry said it has prepared an action plan for tackling epidemics and is ready for any problems with the Ebola hemorrhagic fever. The plan is ready to be activated if and when necessary, said the ministry.

Cyprus Condemns Disproportionate Use of Force By Israel, Hamas Tactics in Gaza

The foreign ministry said it unequivocally condemns Israel's disproportionate use of force, and Hamas' disregard for the life of civilians which resulted in the tragic loss of many lives, mainly children.

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Thought for Today - You Are So Much More

You are so much more than you think you are, can do things you never have done so far, are able to think different and act in unexpected ways. No one knows exactly your thoughts and is able to know your power as you are unique!

UN Highlights Evidence for War Crimes in Gaza

The United Nations (UN) has pointed to two serious incidents in the recent outbreak of violence in Gaza, saying there is significant, credible evidence that the parties in the conflict are violating international humanitarian law in actions that amount to war crimes.

July Jobless Falls to 46,727 from 48,001 y/y

The number of jobless people fell to 46,727 in July 2014, compared to 48,001 in July 2013, said the Cyprus Statistical Service.

Learn to write your first blog! Workshop and Talk by Editor, Journalist Sarah Fenwick

journalist sarah fenwickI'm thrilled to have the opportunity to share my blogging experience with you at Art Bistro Agora in Limassol on Wednesday, September 20th at 7pm.

Soon you will be writing your very own blog.

I will take you step-by-step through the process of writing a blog, including tips on structure and style.

What are the practical benefits you can expect from taking part in the workshop?

Jazz in Cyprus – Interview with Saxophonist Charis Ioannou

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To begin our series on Jazz in Cyprus, I interview the incredibly talented Charis Ioannou, who is considered one of the most active performers, educators and mentors of the live music scene on the island.

SF: How do you see the current state of the jazz scene in Cyprus?

Gazan Child Death Toll Rises to 373 Killed in Shelling - 2,744 Injured - UN

The UN and other humanitarian missions in Gaza report that the child death toll has risen to 373 with 2,744 injured in Israeli military attacks. The latest one was on August 3rd, when nine died after Israeli artillery shell landed outside the gate of a school in Rafah, in UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon described as a criminal act and a moral outrage.

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