17.08.2017

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Turkish occupied Pyroi Council hands over petition to Government and Parliament

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The petition at the Presidential Palace was received by the Presidential Commissioner for Humanitarian Affairs and Overseas Cypriots Photis Photis and at the House by the Acting President of the Parliament Adamos Adamou. A delegation of the Community Council headed but its President Constantinos Adamou met with Commissioner Photiou and asked him to convey to President Nicos Anastasiades the message that 43 years of Turkish occupation are too many and the refugees want to return to their homes.

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Morphou concerns over EU funds for Turkish Cypriots

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The mayor of Morphou said on Wednesday that EU funds to the Turkish Cypriot community must be carefully granted so as to avoid irreversible changes on the ground. Handing a petition to EU representatives on the 43rd anniversary of the occupation of Morphou by the Turkish army, Victoras Hadjiavram urged the EU to play a substantive role in efforts to reunite the island but added that cash to the Turkish Cypriot community could make things harder. “The EU must play a substantive role in the pr

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Akinci: We should learn from painful past experiences

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Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said on Monday Cypriots should learn from the atrocities committed in the past. Akinci addressed a commemoration ceremony in northern Cyprus for the dozens Turkish Cypriots from Maratha, Santalari and Aloa killed by Eoka B paramilitary organization in August 1974, following Turkey’s invasion on the island. During the ceremony the remains of four female victims were laid to rest, after they were identified by the Committee of Missing Persons. The Turkish

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Akinci: Greek Cypriots have not learned from past mistakes

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Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said on Monday that there was no need to blame the entire Greek Cypriot community for the atrocities committed against the Turkish Cypriots in the past, but that those who committed the atrocities should definitely bear the brunt. Akinci addressed a commemoration ceremony in the north for 126 Turkish Cypriots from Aloa, Santalari and Maratha villages in the Famagusta district, who were killed by Eoka B paramilitary organisation in August 1974 following Tur

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Cyprus marks second wave of 1974 invasion

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Cyprus was on Monday marking the 43rd anniversary of when the Turkish military launched its second offensive occupying the best part of Mesaoria, Famagusta, Karpasia and Morphou. The president and the government call on Turkey to put an end to the occupation and to abandon its intransigent positions that are not conducive to a settlement. “This day evokes dark memories” says Deputy Government Spokesman Viktoras Papadopoulos, in a written announcement. Papadopoulos said the president and the

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Cyprus marks second Turkish invasion

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Most of Cyprus was on Monday marking 43 years since the second invasion of the island by Turkish Armed Forces. Most Greek Cypriots and Greece consider Turkey’s actions as a military invasion and a violation of human rights while most Turkish Cypriots and Turkey consider the intervention as a peace operation aimed at protecting the Turkish Cypriots. In July 1974, Turkish forces invaded and captured 3% of the island before a ceasefire was declared. The Greek military junta collapsed and was re

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Mavroyiannis: conditions for new talks should be created by September

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Conditions for a resumption of the Cyprus talks should be created by September to have negotiations back on, well before the presidential elections in February next year, Greek Cypriot chief negotiator Andreas Mavroyiannis has said. In an interview with Politis, Mavroyiannis said a resumption of the talks must happen “the sooner the better” because otherwise everything that has been discussed is in danger of being lost. The process that collapsed in Crans-Montana, Switzerland in early July h

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Serious silly season subjects

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By Alper Ali Riza It is not obligatory to be silly during the silly season. The reason for silly news stories in the summer months is that most journalists and politicians are away on their summer holidays. Events however are not seasonal. They occur and gather momentum regardless. The likelihood of a nuclear exchange is gathering momentum across the Pacific rim in the northern hemisphere that may blow if the war of words on North Korea between Trump and Kim Jong-un gets out of hand. An apoc

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Retailers lose out if crossing points close

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By Fiona Mullen January-July this year, Turkish Cypriots spent €14.7 million using plastic cards south of the Green Line, while Greek Cypriots spent €5.1 million in the north, according to data from JCC Payment Systems. Another €1.8 million was spent by Greek Cypriots in Turkey. JCC has been producing statistics on card spending across the Green Line for 10 years: enough to see some patterns. Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot card spending is my shorthand for JCC’s “use of Turkish credit c

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Maronites ponder their return home

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When the first crossings opened in 2003, Antonis Emmanuel thought long and hard about the options he might now have. Despite the surge of hope that greeted the announcement, it was by no means clear where the decision to open the crossings might lead. Born in 1956 in the Maronite village of Ayia Marina, what Antonis did know was that he wanted to go back there while his mother, 90-year-old Vasilou Solomi Ahmeti, was still alive. But the village, located 24 kilometres north-west of Nicosia, h

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