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President Anastasiades To Undergo Heart Surgery

President Nicos Anastasiades will undergo surgery for a blocked artery in his heart, said government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides. The operation will happen soon, and the blocked artery was discovered after a routine checkup, he said. During a recent visit to Brussels, the president was taken ill after suffering nosebleeds connected with high blood pressure.
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Not your typical Sunday afternoon coffee chat

 

Sunday afternoon’s event was very busy and greatly  enjoyed by all - even though it was not your typical light-hearted coffee & cake conversation. We had Eva-Lena Hellmark, the manager of RightHere Cyprus Second Hand Shop, and several of her team members/volunteers telling us about the work they do under the umbrella of Wellspring Association to support victims of human trafficking.
 
RightHere is a second hand shop in the center of  Limassol (corner Anexartisias - St. Andrew’s Street) that is different. It is also a shop that wants to MAKE a difference. RightHere is part of Wellspring Association, a non-profit organization that is working for the support and restoration of individuals dealing with crises in their lives (due to prostitution, human trafficking, or other abusive and difficult situations) or who are in vulnerable/at-risk situations. Text taken from their Facebook page.
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Meditation, Art, Charity and Cakes...

mary's dinner clubsLast weekend saw yet another unusual yet highly successful mix of events: A pranic healing prosperity meditation, an art exhibit and a charity afternoon tea.
 
Friday’s pranic healing prosperity meditation was simply beautiful and I was honoured to get to host it! It was lead by Chiara Perfetti who was visiting from Greece to give a pranic healing course at Glorious Cycles.

Cairo Declaration Is Under International Law - Spokesman

nicos christodoulidesThe 'Cairo Declaration' boosting oil-and-gas cooperation between Cyprus, Greece and Egypt is being conducted under international law, in contrast to Turkey's illegal incursions into Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone, said government spokesman Nicos Christodoulides.

A new strategic alliance has formed between Cyprus, Egypt and Greece, amid discoveries of offshore oil and gas fields, and maritime border agreements between the countries' governments.

Rules of engagement

Right after the summit this weekend, Turkey made statements to the effect that its navy has been given instructions to stay nine kilometres away from the ENI-KOGAS drilling platform - which has the Republic of Cyprus' permission to explore for hydrocarbons.

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New Strategic Alliance Between Cyprus, Egypt and Greece

A new strategic alliance has formed between Cyprus, Egypt and Greece, amid discoveries of offshore oil and gas fields, and maritime border agreements between the countries' governments.

Hydrocarbons Are A Prerogative of a Cyprus Federation - UN

barton eide cyprusUN Special Advisor Barth Eide said that after his talks with all sides, it is clear that hydrocarbons are a prerogative of a future Cyprus federation state, and that he is working hard to bring the Greek-and-Turkish Cypriots back to the negotiating table.

The envoy said it is too early to comment on a formula for the negotiations on hydrocarbons, and that his main message is that both leaders “ agree that hydrocarbons will be a part of the shared future of a united Cyprus and it will be a federal level competence."

Cyprus Unemployment Falls to Annual Low in October 2014

The number of unemployed persons fell to an annual low of 41,334 in October, from a record high of 53,204 in February 2014, said the Cyprus Statistical Service (CySTAT).

According to Finance Minister Haris Georgiades, unemployment is on a declining course, and the recession has completed its cycle due to economic reforms and stricter control of public finances.

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