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Cyprus policemen to join Bosnia force

THE FIRST Cypriot police officer to join the European Police Force (EPF) in Bosnia Herzegovina, which will replace the UN police force there, will leave the island later this month.

Cyprus is contributing four officers to the EPF. All four will be in place by the end of January.

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Denktash to stay longer in New York

TURKISH Cypriot leader Rauf Denktash will stay in New York for at least another ten days as doctors wait for him to be well enough to travel, reports from New York said yesterday.

Denktash, who recently underwent heart surgery followed by a second operation after complications arose, went to the Presbyterian Clinic of New York on Friday for a checkup.

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Over the Moon: ring lost in Cyprus turns up in Bristol

A BRITISH woman has been reunited with the engagement ring she lost more than 20 years ago while on holiday in Cyprus, after it turned up at an antiques market in Bristol, one of the city’s local newspapers reported yesterday.

Christina Moon, 67, lost the ring her former tea-planter husband Terence, 70, bought when the couple were on honeymoon in Darjeeling, India, in 1958.

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UN inspectors set up office in Larnaca

TWO OFFICIALS from the United Nations Monitoring Verification and Inspection Commission (UNMOVIC) are due in Cyprus this weekend to set up an office at Larnaca for UN inspectors assigned to monitor Iraq’s weaponry, the Agence France Presse (AFP) reported from Washington yesterday.

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