Murder suspect sought

Police are looking for Malkit Singh, 26, from India, in connection with a murder and are asking the public for help in locating him. The killing took place on Sunday morning in Ayios Dhometios in Nicosia after a stabbing victim later died in hospital. According to Cybc, a man and a woman, both non-Cypriots aged […]

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APS aims at reducing Hellenic’s NPLs to 15% over the medium-term

APS Holdings aims at reducing the ratio of Hellenic Bank’s delinquent portfolio to a quarter of current levels possibly in the medium-term, and sees “opportunities” in the recovering real estate sector even as the current legislative framework to reduce bad loans requires improvement, a director said. “Reducing the non-performing loan ratios below 15 per cent […]

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Republic born child of Turkish father denied a passport

  The child of a Greek Cypriot mother and a Turkish father has not yet been issued a passport, even though the child was born in Cyprus, its parents are married and the family live in the Larnaca region. A letter Child Commissioner Leda Koursoumba sent on behalf of the parents to Interior Minister Constantinos […]

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How we might help to shift an asteroid

By Jean Christou Cyprus appears to be on track to help save the planet… at some point in the future, maybe… if the Earth is ever in danger of being hit by a wayward asteroid… and if the cryptic words of George Danos, the head of the Cyprus’ Space Exploration Organisation (CSEO) lead to ‘something’ […]

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Drunk man who threatened his brother arrested in Aradippou

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A 31-year-old man was arrested on Sunday in Aradippou in Larnaca for alleged offences including intoxication, resisting arrest and assault on police. According to police, around 9.30am they received information that a man went to his 35-year-old brother’s home with the aim of “killing him”. Officers went to the house and found the 31-year-old drunk […]

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Turkish arrogance renders Cyprus settlement even more difficult, Syllouris says

A provocative, cruel and arrogant Turkey with imperialistic intentions renders the task of the Greek Cypriot side to bring about a settlement to the Cyprus problem even more difficult and arduous, President of the House of Representatives Demetris Syllouris said on Sunday. Addressing a ceremony to commemorate the members of the community of Aheritou who […]

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Police investigating murder in Nicosia, suspect sought (Updated)

Police were investigating a murder on Sunday morning in Ayios Dhometios in Nicosia after a stabbing victim later died in hospital. According to Cybc, a man and a woman, both non-Cypriots  aged 40, were attacked in their apartment around 4am by a man with a knife. The perpetrator stabbed both of them and fled. The […]

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Former ministers lash out at Paphos mayor over property claims

  Former interior minister Socratis Hasikos accused the mayor of Paphos on Saturday of being a publicity seeker with nothing new to say after he named individuals and businesses who have allegedly been misusing Turkish Cypriot properties for decades. His scathing comments were echoed by another former interior minister, Eleni Mavrou, though in a much […]

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Man remanded for gun and drug possession

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A 37-year-old man was remanded for six days on Saturday after police, following a tip off from Europol, found guns, bullets and drugs in his Limassol home. According to the police, the man, who is from the Netherlands country but lives in Cyprus, was arrested after officers found two loaded pistols, an arrow riffle, a […]

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Turkey reported for EEZ violations

Government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides said on Saturday that the government has already reported Turkey for issuing marine advisories (Navtex) reserving parts of the island’s exclusive economic zone (EEZ). Following media reports that Turkey issued two new Navtex concerning parts of Cyprus’ EEZ, Christodoulides said that the government has already taken all necessary action with international […]

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