Daily Archives: February 14, 2004

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It’s a deal

TALKS between Greek and Turkish Cypriots will resume next Thursday in Nicosia but if they fail, both sides will allow UN Secretary-general Kofi Annan to fill in the blanks in his settlement plan and send it to separate referenda.

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UN chief ‘s statement on Cyprus talks

Following is a statement from UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan on agreement by Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots to revive talks on unifying the island: “NEGOTIATIONS resumed on 10 February at United Nations Headquarters in New York between the two parties in Cyprus, in my presence.

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News Briefs

Have you seen this man? POLICE are searching for a 39-year-old Syrian man in connection with the theft of £9,800. Tamir Kannan Al Molhem is described as being thin, approximately 1.80m in height, of Middle Eastern complexion with dark hair and brown eyes.

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Special Feature – Valentine messages

Prince Charming, At home with you and the boys is my favourite place, S.W. When you’re in love with someone it inspires you and gives you hope. You have faith that even if you can’t be with them on earth, that if God’s will, you will be with them one day in heaven! ç3 = EmC To Sir Lhucy, Happy Birthday and Happy Valentine, May God bless you always. We love you.

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Spilling the beans

I HAVE a confession to make: for the last two weeks I have been glued to my TV set every evening watching a mainstream, mindless, meaningless yet entertaining reality show called I’m a celebrity… get me out of here!.

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Greek Press

PHILELEFTHEROS “Government won’t give a cent for Pavarotti concert” The government will not give any money towards the organisation of the Pavarotti concert for July 9. Nicosia mayor Michalakis Zampelas had said the CTO would grant £100,000, but the CTO said no final decision had been made.

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Annan’s master stroke

AFTER three days of bargaining, stalling, manoeuvring and posturing, President Tassos Papadopoulos and Rauf Denktash yesterday agreed to the procedure proposed by the UN Secretary-general that could lead to the solution of the Cyprus problem by April 21. It is the first real breakthrough in the peace process since negotiations between the two sides began some 40 years ago.

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Microchip your pet

THE VETERINARY Services yesterday confirmed that electronic animal identification would be compulsory for animals brought in the country from July. Microchipping has been going on for some time on the island already, but local vets told the Cyprus Mail the method was used mainly for animals being sent to EU countries, where animal identification was a prerequisite for entry.

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Prepare to freeze

TORRENTIAL rain and heavy winds hit the island again yesterday morning, with experts warning weather conditions would worsen over the weekend. Weather Service director Kyriacos Theofilou said the region was being affected by low pressure and cold atmospheric masses that would cause temperatures today to drop to seven degrees inland and -2 in Troodos.

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