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Comment – Where is Bush environmental policy leading the rest of us?

As America’s president ignores nature for the sake of business, PAUL E HARDISTY outlines the global impact of his (in)action IN GEORGE Orwell’s apocalyptic vision of a future controlled by the all-seeing, all-powerful Big Brother, war was peace and slavery was freedom. It seems that for the environment Orwell’s prediction for 1984 was about twenty years too early.

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Greek Press

ALITHIA: “He gave both what they wanted” The daily reported that the revised UN plan caused concern to the Greek Cypriot side in relation to the contents and the approach on certain issues. The UN stressed that they gave both sides what they had asked for during the negotiations.

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Five-year-old boy injured in fire

A five-year-old boy yesterday suffered serious burns during an afternoon blaze at his home in Nicosia. Police said the boy was rushed to hospital with third-degree burns all over his body after a fire at his Ayios Dhometios home. His condition was said to be critical. The fire, which was put out by the fire service, caused extensive damage to the house.

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Anger at delay in releasing tourism study

DISY DEPUTY Lefteris Christoforou yesterday condemned the government for failing to publish the results of a study carried out by Irish experts on the effects of a solution on tourism. The study was expected to be presented at the House of Representatives this Friday, but the government decided to delay the presentation due to the intensification of the talks in Burgenstock.

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Patients’ charter before the House

AN all-encompassing bill on patients’ rights will be passed once it gets the go-ahead from the Attorney-general, the House Human Rights Committee heard yesterday. The bill sets out the rights of patients of hospitals, clinics, doctors, dentists, pharmacies and laboratories, both in the public and private sector.

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