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January 21, 2019

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KAR issue urgent advice to cat lovers

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Warning for ALL cat owners and those feeding cats in the community. We are receiving, on a daily basis, reports of cats being diagnosed with Feline Panleukopenia virus (also referred to as FELINE DISTEMPER). Many cats do not survive the illness and die a very painful death.. It is ” is a...
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Greek side deports Israeli tourists

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By Ahmet Salih Alacaci The Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus on Wednesday warned that it will take action against the Greek Cypriot administration if it continued to stop travellers from crossing their mutual border. The statement by Lefkosa’s Foreign Ministry came after a group of Israeli tourists intending to make...
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Çavuşoğlu: “We need to protect our interests”

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Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlüt Çavuşoğlu stated that they are doing what is needed to protect their interests especially on the issue of hydrocarbon reserves both in the Eastern Mediterranean and the Aegean. He also touched upon the Cyprus issue at the conference organized by the Presidency of Gendarmerie and the...
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Cyprus denounces Turkish drilling activity

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Cyprus denounced Turkish seismic surveys in the island’s exclusive economic zone in a letter to UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres, saying it violates the country’s sovereignty. In a December 12 letter, published on December 31 and circulated as a UN Security Council document, Cyprus’ permanent UN representative, Kornilios Korniliou, described the...
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2019 will be a milestone year for the Cyprus issue

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Maria Koniotou Cypriot Foreign Minister Nikos Christodoulides is convinced that 2019 will be a milestone year for the Cyprus issue, underlining that the current status quo cannot constitute a solution to the problem. In an interview with the Cyprus News Agency (CNA) Christodoulides said he considers 2019 will be “undoubtedly...
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Heavy rainfall washes away roads in North Cyprus

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North Cyprus suffered severe damages to its infrastructure due to the heavy storms lashing Cyprus over the past few days. Roads and bridges have collapsed, cutting off the flow of traffic especially in the area of Karpaz (Karpasia). The main artery road between Iskele (Trikomo) and Dipkarpaz (Rizokarpaso) was closed...
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Aydın Denktaş admitted to hospital

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Aydın Denktaş, the wife of the late founding President of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus Rauf Denktaş and mother of Finance Minister Serdar Denktaş is undergoing treatment for pneumonia after having chest pains. Mrs Denktaş who was admitted to the Lefkoşa Burhan Nalbantoğlu State Hospital on Tuesday night is currently...
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TRNC: Ninety-three traffic accidents in one week

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A report issued by the TRNC Police General Headquarters stated that between the dates of the 24th and 30th December 2018, there were ninety-three road traffic accidents. Nineteen people were also injured. The reasons given for those accidents were broken down as the following: 30 – driving too fast, 25...
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Opinion — Why is tension in Cyprus rising again?

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By Tionenji Lishomwa   Tionenji Lishomwa is a Conservative Party activist and studying at Lancaster University. She writes for Alt News Media and for Tory Social. For much of the international community watching, ‘Ayşe will go on holiday again’ means very little. Especially if 1974 is before your time, you...
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TRNC discussion on East Med Energy Policies

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A panel discussion entitled the “Energy Policies in the Eastern Mediterranean” has been held at the Cyprus International University in Lefkoşa. The Turkish Ambassador to Lefkoşa Ali Murat Başçeri and the Deputy Prime Minister and Foreign Minister Kudret Özersay attended and addressed the event. Speaking first, the Turkish Ambassador to...
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Turkish delegation due in Russia to discuss Syria

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Foreign, Defence Ministers, Intelligence Chief, Presidential Aide are expected to discuss Syria in Moscow on Saturday. By Mehmet Tosun A high-level Turkish delegation including the foreign and defence ministers is to pay a visit to Russia this weekend to discuss recent developments in Syria, according to the country’s ruling party...
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Turkish project earmarks water for TRNC irrigation

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By Murat Demirci The ground-breaking ceremony for a Turkish-sponsored irrigation project in Northern Cyprus was held on Wednesday. The project — which consist of a 5.7-kilometer (3.5 miles) tunnel for supplying water to farmlands — is being added to current water supply facilities from Turkey to the Turkish Republic of...
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Al-Aqsa imam slams Israeli PM’s anti-Turkey remarks

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‘Israel doesn’t want any country to support the Palestinian cause,’ Sheikh Ekrima Sabri tells Anadolu Agency By Abdelraouf Arnaout JERUSALEM Sheikh Ekrima Sabri, the imam at East Jerusalem’s Al-Aqsa Mosque, has condemned criticisms of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan leveled recently by Israeli Premier Benjamin Netanyahu. Speaking to Anadolu Agency,...
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Israeli Justice Minister’s support for PKK

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Justice Minister Ayelet Shaked attempts to undermine Turkey’s planned operation in Syria, President Erdogan By Turgut Alp Boyraz JERUSALEM An Israeli minister has made disgraceful remarks to undermine Turkey’s expected anti-terror operation in Syria and Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. “I hope that they (Kurds) will win in their battle...
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Turkey: Prehistoric fossils unearthed

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Fossils include giraffes, rhinos, horses, hyenas, and elephant dating back to Miocene Epoch some 5-23M years ago By Mustafa Dermencioglu DENIZLI, Turkey A treasure trove of over a dozen fossils of animals who lived 2 to 9 million year ago has been found in southwestern Turkey, according to researchers. Turkey’s...

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