Farmagusta, Cyprus Newswire

Farmagusta, Cyprus Newswire

Comprehensive Real-Time News Feed for Farmagusta, Cyprus.

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    14 hrs ago | The Cyprus Weekly

    A fight between two grannies in Tala, Paphos saw one end up in hospital and the other wanted by police after a disappearing act. The senior citizens row centred over the right to use water to irrigate a field - after strong words were exchanged it then turned physical.

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    14 hrs ago | The Cyprus Weekly

    Executive Director of the European Asylum Support Office Jose Carreira is in Cyprus to beef up support for Nicosia. Carreira discussed EASO's operational support with Minister of Interior Constantinos Petrides and with the Head of the Cyprus' Asylum Service and Acting Head of the Civil Registry and Migration Department Makis Polydorou.

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    Monday Sep 11 | The Cyprus Weekly

    During the period 2013-2016 a total of 32.2 million euros was spent on projects in the Famagusta district, while the amount provided for projects in the 2017 budget is 23.3 million. President Anastasiades said that through the cooperation and the sacrifices of the people of Cyprus, "we are able to restore the prestige and the credibility of the state, the financial system, and create stability conditions and growth rates which today are among the highest in the EU".

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  4. In search of Famagusta: Wandering in a beautiful Mediterranean island, CyprusRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Sep 10 | The Indian Express

    The mass of land appeared out of nowhere in the Mediterranean waters below as I woke up from a nap and raised the window shield. It was time to land, though I was hoping to see some of Cyprus on my way to the capital city Nicosia, a good 50-odd km away from the Larnaka airport.

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    Saturday Sep 9 | The Cyprus Weekly

    President Nicos Anastasiades has reiterated the Greek Cypriot side's determination to return to the negotiating table after good preparation and within the framework set out by the UN Secretary General Antonio Guterres. Anastasiades also revealed he has sent letters to that effect to the UN Secretary-General, as well as the permanent members of the Security Council, and foreign governments.

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  6. Apartheid rules in the northRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Sep 1 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Access to a beach near the fenced-off town of Varosha is open only to Turkish nationals and Turkish Cypriots showing identification. Under a "protocol" signed by the Turkish Military with the Famagusta council the beach will open annually from May to October.

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    Thursday Aug 31 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Cyprus takes on Bosnia Herzegovina in its seventh game in the World Cup qualifying rounds at Nicosia's GSP Stadium on Thursday night. Newly appointed Cyprus manager Ran Ben Simon who took over from Christakis Christoforou on July 5, expects his team to face a formidable foe that is eager for the point advantage a win will bring them in order to proceed into the next round of the competition.

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  8. Coach Levy mulling over Israel lineup versus MacedoniaRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 30 | Jerusalem Post

    Israel is coming off two straight defeats, dropping to fourth place on goal difference in Group G following June's 3-0 loss at home to Albania. Maccabi Haifa goalkeeper Omri Glazer is fighting for a place in Israel's starting lineup in Saturday's 2018 World Cup qualifier against Macedonia in Haifa.

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    Tuesday Aug 29 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Turkish-Cypriot newspaper Yeni Duzen reported that access to a beach near the fenced-off town of Varosha is open only to Turkish nationals and Turkish Cypriots showing identification. The beach is open from May 15 - October 29 is a result of a "protocol" signed by the Turkish Military with the Famagusta Municipality.

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  10. Anti-migrant crew members land in Malta, ending troubled missionRead the original story w/Photo

    Sunday Aug 27 | Channelnewsasia.com

    A picture taken on Jul 27, 2017 shows the C-Star vessel, hired by far-right activists from a group which calls itself "Generation Identity" to prevent would-be migrants from reaching Europe, anchored in the Mediterranean port of Famagusta. VALLETA: Crew members of the C-Star, the ship chartered by far-right group Defend Europe, came ashore Sunday in Malta in the final chapter of a fraught effort to disrupt the flow of migrants from across the Mediterranean.

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  11. Mikel, Ighalo lead Super Eagles squad for CameroonRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 23 | Vanguard

    Super Eagles' Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr has named team captain Mikel Obi, forward Odion Ighalo and Israel-based marksman Anthony Nwakaeme as squad members ahead of the battle against Cameroon on 1 September. Nwesmen report that Rohr, on Tuesday, released his list of players for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying duels with Cameroon's Indomitable Lions.

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  12. Live football burning through Cytavision pocketsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Aug 23 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Audit inspectors say the continued losses of Cyprus' biggest digital television service provider, Cytavision, is attributed to the amount of money spent on obtaining TV rights for Cypriot football games. Despite operational planning aimed at pulling Cytavision on a profitable course for 2011-2016, the Cyprus Audit Services believe that this is highly unlikely and forecast further losses for the coming years.

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  13. Ola Aina: England youth international earns Nigeria call-upRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 22 | Newsday

    Chelsea's Ola Aina, currently on loan at Championship club Hull City, has been named in Nigeria's squad for next month's 2018 World Cup qualifiers against Cameroon. Captain John Mikel Obi and Chelsea wing-back Victor Moses are both back after missing June's 2019 Nations Cup home defeat against South Africa with injury.

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  14. Rohr names Mikel, 22 others for Cameroon battleRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Aug 22 | Vanguard

    Super Eagles' Technical Adviser Gernot Rohr has named team captain Mikel Obi, forward Odion Ighalo and Israel-based marksman Anthony Nwakaeme as squad members ahead of the battle against Cameroon. The News Agency of Nigeria reports that Rohr, on Tuesday, released his list of players for the 2018 FIFA World Cup qualifying duels with Cameroon's Indomitable Lions.

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  15. Near tragedy for family holidaying in ParalimniRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Aug 21 | The Cyprus Weekly

    A four and a half year-old boy is in a critical but stable condition at Nicosia's Makarios Hospital after suffering head injuries that occurred as his 12-year-old sister rescued him from the bottom of a swimming pool. According to the police, at around 5pm on Monday the girl spotted her little brother at the bottom of the swimming pool at the apartments they and their parents were staying at in Paralimni.

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    Aug 19, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Hursit Gunes, who is the son of Turan Gunes, is Turkish politician and professor of Economics who was 17-years-old when the war took place in Cyprus. Gunes gave a podcast interview to the BBC's Louise Hidalgo this week about how he saw the events surrounding the invasion and how his father and then prime minister Bulent Ecevit went about ordering the Turkish troops to be sent to Cyprus.

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  17. Alcohol is too easily available to minors in CyprusRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Cyprus children rank third in alcohol consumption and binge drinking in Europe according to a 2016 study by the European School Survey Project on Alcohol and Other Drugs . A similar study in 2011 ranked Cyprus 5th among 36 countries in the purchase of alcohol and 2nd in consumption of alcoholic beverages in bars, clubs etc The findings were presented to the House Education Committee by the Cyprus Anti-drugs Council which discussed the availability and consumption of alcoholic beverages among minors as well as the measures which should be taken to combat the phenomenon.

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    Aug 19, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    Alki Oroklini's Chafik Tigroudja scored the first goal of the 2017-2018 CYTA Championship season on Saturday after the French midfielder scored the winner in a 1-0 famous victory over Ethnikos Achnas. Alki - who were previously Alki Larnaca before going into liquidation and re-emerging as Alki Oroklini - went joint top of the standings with AEL who had Ismail Sassi to thank for his injury time winner in the derby thriller against Aris.

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  19. Son of ex-Turkish FM recalls Cyprus invasionRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    The son of Turkey's foreign minister, during the time of the 1974 Turkish invasion, has given an interview to BBC about the events surrounding the partition of the island 43 years ago. Hursit Gunes, who is the son of Turan Gunes, is Turkish politician and professor of Economics who was 17-years-old when the war took place in Cyprus.

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  20. A loyal and resilient heartRead the original story w/Photo

    Aug 19, 2017 | The Cyprus Weekly

    I was born in Frenaros, Famagusta and I left Cyprus on the "Corsica" when I was 18 years old. I was not getting on with my father and I decided that I wanted to come to Australia to try my luck here.

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