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What the papers say Nov 29

What the papers say Nov 29In the news report published on Turkish Cypriot press on Friday, Kibris newspaper carried out the extremely poor standards of meat hygiene to the headline with the obtained pictures. The headline of “Look What They Are Feeding Us With” revealed that a butcher cutting a cow that claimed to have inflamation in a place completely out of required hygiene standards.
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In the news report published on Turkish Cypriot press on Friday, Kibris newspaper carried out the extremely poor standards of meat hygiene to the headline with the obtained pictures. The headline of “Look What They Are Feeding Us With” revealed that a butcher cutting a cow that claimed to have inflamation in a place completely out of required hygiene standards.

In Yeniduzen, the the prices of flight tickets that extremely rised after the collapse of Atlasglobal Airlines highlighted in the front page. Pointing out that a ticket to Istanbul from Ercan rised up to 2700TL, the news report also emphasized that a person need to pay around 7200TL in order to travel to London.

With the headline “Unemployment is the another substantial problem for women” Havadis drew attention to the high number of unemployed women in Turkish Cypriot community. Providing statistical data from a report published by Ministry of Labour, the news report emphasized that even the registered unemployed people indicating the increasing danger.

Emrullah Turanlı, the owner of private Turkish Company Tasyapi which hold the management rights of Ercan Airport tendency to not pay the required tax to the state carried to the headline in Kibris Postasi on Friday. “Eye of Turanlı at Tasyapı amnesty” title informed the readers that Mr. Turanlı awaiting for the amnesty decision of coalition government to avoid the insurance payments of his employees that amounts to round figures.  


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