Daily Archives: June 14, 2001

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Development Bank strike could spread to all banks

MAJOR disruption looms for the banking sector as the bank workers union ETYK meets today to discuss further industrial action to protest at a government decision to sell off a chunk of the Development Bank.

Protesting Development Bank employees stayed away from work yesterday and were set to do the same today.

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Gun-toting Israeli guards questioned

TWO Israeli security guards were hauled into a Limassol police station for questioning yesterday, after being spotted carrying two walkie-talkies and two air guns in the new Limassol port.

The guards were employees of the Israeli ship Magic, which docked at the port yesterday morning, bringing busloads of Israeli visitors to Cyprus.

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Anastassiades travelling to Sweden to tell EU leaders Christofias is not a Stalinist

DISY chief Nicosia Anastassiades yesterday left Cyprus for Gothenburg, where he said he would be trying to convince European leaders that new House President Demetris Christofias was not a Stalinist.

Anastassiades left on the same plane as KISOS leader Vassos Lyssarides. Both are travelling to the EU’s summit, which starts in Gothenburg in Sweden tomorrow.

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Temperatures to cool off

THE CURRENT heat wave is expected to taper off gradually with a slight decrease in temperatures tomorrow and at the weekend, by which time they should fall to the low 30s, according to the extended outlook from the National Weather Service.

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