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    69 year old dies from West Nile virus in North Cyprus

    A 69-year-old man from North Cyprus Yesilkoy (Ayios Andronicos) has died after contracting the West Nile virus, the Turkish Cypriot newspaper Kibris Postasi reports. It said that the...

    Family cries foul over post mortem

    The family of an elderly woman, who died in the Emergency Room at Larnaca General last week, is preparing to sue the government for negligence and obstruction...
    James O'Brien,  WW2 Veteran On Brexit: "I'm Hearing Voices Which We'd Seen The Back Of In 1945"video

    James O'Brien, WW2 Veteran On Brexit: "I'm Hearing Voices Which We'd Seen The...

    James O'Brien, WW2 Veteran On Brexit: "I'm Hearing Voices Which We'd Seen The Back Of In 1945". This poignant caller told James O'Brien the words of his...

    Turkey calls on EU to overcome obstacles together

    Turkey's foreign minister on Wednesday stated that the failures of integration policies have been among Europe's most discussed issues both within itself and within the Council of...

    US missile test raises ‘new threat’ for Russia: Putin

    Russia considers the U.S.’s missile test a “new threat” that the country has to respond accordingly, Russian President Vladimir Putin said on Wednesday. On Monday, the Pentagon announced...

    Dancing with the Stars row over Sean Spicer casting

    The host of Dancing with the Stars has voiced his opposition to the casting of Donald Trump's former press secretary, Sean Spicer, for the upcoming series. Tom Bergeron...

    The perfect consistency in Turkey’s troubled economy

    Recent economic figures on Turkey show a clear positive correlation between the rule of law and economic growth. This means that a country with higher legal standards,...

    A look inside Turkey’s most promising new political party

    The forces rallying around Ali Babacan as he prepares to launch his new party have been the subject of great discussion in Turkish political circles of late,...

    Turkish arms producer Aselsan reports record $10 billion order book

    Turkish defense firm Aselsan reported a record $10.2 billion order book, Sabah newspaper said, in another milestone for the country’s arms industry. Aselsan, which specializes in defence electronics, has signed...

    Local nun dies after car plunges off cliff

    A local nun was killed in a road accident on Wednesday and her biological sister was critically wounded after their vehicle veered off the road and plunged...
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