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EU divided over naval mission in Mediterranean
EU divided over naval mission in Mediterranean The EU states are divided over the continuation of a naval mission meant to monitor the arms embargo in Libya, EUs top diplomat said Monday.
Four people seriously injured in Ayia Napa shooting
Four people seriously injured in Ayia Napa shooting Four people were critically injured during a shooting in Ayia Napa on Sunday, with reports saying the actual target was a businessman who had just left the area moments earlier.
Troops deployed as Storm Dennis rips through Britain
Troops deployed as Storm Dennis rips through Britain Heavy rain and winds have swept across Britain and France, causing some airlines to ground flights. In Wales, a number of residents were told to evacuate their homes after a month's rain fell in the space of 48 hours.
Northern Ireland excluded from UK emergency terror bill
Northern Ireland excluded from UK emergency terror bill Emergency legislation introduced to the parliament by the British government to end the automatic early release of terrorist offenders will not extend to Northern Ireland, provoking criticism from unionist politicians...
UK Finance Minister quits as PM Boris Johnson reshuffles cabinet
UK Finance Minister quits as PM Boris Johnson reshuffles cabinet Just weeks after Britain finally left the EU as part of the Brexit process, UK finance minister Sajid Javid resigned from his post. Boris Johnson's cabinet reshuffle comes as post-Brexit negotiations with the EU heat ...
Athens drafts package to ease tension with Ankara
Athens drafts package to ease tension with Ankara Athens plans to present a package of proposals to ease Aegean tensions in talks with Ankara on confidence building measures on February 17-21.
Britain to make social media platforms responsible for harmful content
Britain to make social media platforms responsible for harmful content Britain said it would force social media companies such as Facebook, Twitter and Snap to do more to block or remove harmful content on their platforms.
Letter bombs hit two Dutch buildings, motive was extortion, police say
Letter bombs hit two Dutch buildings, motive was extortion, police say Two letter bombs went off in the Netherlands on Wednesday, one in the postal-sorting office of Dutch bank ABN Amro and another in the post room of Japan's Ricoh, police and Dutch broadcaster RTL reported.
Storm Ciara continues to batter Europe
Storm Ciara continues to batter Europe The worst of Storm Ciara has abated in parts of central European after near-hurricane winds battered the region from Sunday night into Monday.
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Greek EU lawmaker sanctioned over tearing Turkish flag
Greek EU lawmaker sanctioned over tearing Turkish flag EU lawmaker Ioannis Lagos, who ripped apart a Turkish flag, was penalized, the European Parliaments President David Sassoli announced on Tuesday.
Irish election: Fianna Fail wins most parliament seats
Irish election: Fianna Fail wins most parliament seats With counting completed in Irelands election held Saturday, Fianna Fail has won the most seats followed by Sinn Fein and Fine Gael.
Greece to deport 200 asylum seekers to Turkey per week
Greece to deport 200 asylum seekers to Turkey per week Greece announced Monday that it will begin building closed camps for migrants on its Aegean islands in March and is aiming to send 200 rejected asylum seekers back to Turkey each week.
Merkel's heir gives up on chancellor role after vote fiasco
Merkel's heir gives up on chancellor role after vote fiasco Annegret Kramp-Karrenbauer, the leader of German Chancellor Angela Merkel's conservative Christian Democrats (CDU) and her protegee, will not run for chancellor in next year's federal election, a source in her party s...
Ciara presses east as storm ravages coast overnight
Ciara presses east as storm ravages coast overnight In what hurricane-level conditions have been, Storm Ciara has walloped the northwestern part of Europe.
Sinn Fein leads Ireland election as counting continues
Sinn Fein leads Ireland election as counting continues As nearly half of the 160 seats are filled in Dail, the Irish parliament, Sinn Fein has won 29 of them, as counting of the votes is still underway on Monday.
7 arrested for planning to attack migrants on Greek island
7 arrested for planning to attack migrants on Greek island Police on the Greek island of Lesbos on Friday arrested seven people on suspicion of planning attacks on migrants in the wake of anti-camp demonstrations this week.
Turks in Europe sue Greek MEP for ripping Turkish flag
Turks in Europe sue Greek MEP for ripping Turkish flag Turks living in Europe have filed a criminal complaint against a Greek member of the European Parliament for ripping up a Turkish flag, their union said Thursday.
Northern Irish police find truck bomb timed for Brexit
Northern Irish police find truck bomb timed for Brexit Irish Republican Army (IRA) dissidents planted a bomb on a truck that intended to explode on the day Britain left the European Union last week, police in Northern Ireland said Thursday.
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Coronavirus: Four checkpoints to close for seven days as part of G/C officials' increased measures Coronavirus: Four checkpoints to close for seven days as part of G/C officials' increased measures
Four checkpoints on the Green Line will close for seven days as part of Greek Cypriot officials increased measures to prepare for a possible coronavirus outbreak.

TRNC officials extend condolences to Turkey

Fire at Lefkoa state hospital

PM Tatar condemns Khojaly massacre

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President Aknc hopes 'mistake of closing checkpoints will be corrected' President Aknc hopes 'mistake of closing checkpoints will be corrected'
President Mustafa Aknc has described Greek Cypriot cabinets decision to close four checkpoints as part of measures to prevent an outbreak of coronavirus as a mistake and expressed the hope it will be reversed.

President Aknc: Checkpoint decisions should be taken jo...

Minister Baybars announces new Public Housing project

Technical Committee going ahead with restoration of Orund...

Greek Cypriot leader calls for bi-communal committee on f...

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Turkey launches military operation against Syrian regime Turkey launches military operation against Syrian regime
The Turkishmilitary launched Operation Spring Shield in Idlib in response to the Assad regime attack on Feb. 27, Defense Minister Hulusi Akarsaid on March 1.

Russia should stay out of Turkey's fight against Assad re...

Ankara calls EU sanctions on Turkish citizens over East M...

Turkish opposition calls parliament for urgent meeting af...

Turkey carries out airstrikes on regime targets in Syria

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Wall Street posts biggest weekly fall since 2008 crisis amid coronavirus fears Wall Street posts biggest weekly fall since 2008 crisis amid coronavirus fears
Wall Street stocks suffered another downbeat session on Friday to conclude the worst week since the 2008 financial crisis amid worries that the coronavirus will derail global economic growth.

Astronomers detect biggest explosion since Big Bang

Iranian Vice President Masoumeh Ebtekar tests positive fo...

More than 300 people nominated for Nobel Peace Prize

Climate activists win Heathrow airport legal battle

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Banksy plays with violence and innocence in Valentine's Day graffiti Banksy plays with violence and innocence in Valentine's Day graffiti
A piece of street art showing a young girl firing a slingshot of flowers at a building in Bristol is by Banksy, the elusive artist has confirmed.

'Parasite' makes Oscars history with stunning best pictur...

'Friends' reunion: Will all the cast gather?

Study claims iPhone 11 Pro radiation level more than safe...

Taika Waititi does it again: Down we go Jojo's rabbit hol...

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OPINION: Access to justice for all is not yet a reality  but there are ways forward OPINION: Access to justice for all is not yet a reality but there are ways forward
By Patricia Scotland, Commonwealth Secretary-General

ANALYSIS - Turkey and Russia: Back to where we left off 1...

West too quick to damn Turkey over Syria op: Columnist

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Former Negotiator Osman Ertug informs young diplomats on Cyprus problem at EMU Former Negotiator Osman Ertug informs young diplomats on Cyprus problem at EMU
Under the auspices of the Eastern Mediterranean University (EMU), Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus (TRNC) Vice Presidency and Ministry of Foreign Affairs a conference on the Cyprus Problem was organized for Republic of Turkey Minist...

A Federal Solution in Cyprus Discussed at EMU

22nd EMU Orientation Days Continue

EMU Attends the 13th Pan-European Conference on Internati...

EMU Faculty Of Pharmacy Students Complete Their Internshi...

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