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Manchesters united in Champions League improvement

THE two Manchester clubs have applied everything they learnt in last month’s stunning derby to getting themselves on track for the Champions League knockout stage with City continuing to attack relentlessly and United tightening up at the back.

The 6-1 mauling by City at Old Trafford showed up United’s defensive frailties and Sir Alex Ferguson’s side have since strung together three successive wins with clean sheets, including Wednesday’s 2-0 European win over Otelul Galati.

The victory lifted them to the top of Group C and within touching distance of the last 16, while City’s 3-0 win at Villarreal in Group A put them one victory away from the next round as both clubs have recovered from indifferent starts.

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Greek PM not resigning, awaits talks with opposition

GREEK Prime Minister George Papandreou has no plans to resign while he awaits the outcome of talks with the opposition, a minister who took part in a cabinet meeting said. 

“The prime minister is not resigning. We are awaiting the results of talks with New Democracy (the main conservative opposition),” the minister, who did not want to be named, told reporters. 

 

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Security stepped up for Peres visit

POLICE have taken what they called ‘draconian” security measures in preparation for the official visit of Israeli President Shimon Peres who arrived in Cyprus last night.

Police spokesman Michalis Katsounotos said the force had mounted an operation spearheaded by the special anti-terrorist squad MMAD.

The squad will be working with other branches, including the presidential guard and Israeli security officials who will accompany Peres on his visit.

A police helicopter will be monitoring the Israeli president’s movements and intervene if necessary, the police spokesman said. 

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Our View: Ban’s change in talks format, January deadline all rational steps

 

LOCAL reaction to the three-party meeting in New York and the UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s subsequent statement, setting a deadline for the talks, was the expected one. All the opposition parties felt that inadequate progress had been made, expressed deep concerns about the idealised picture of the talks presented by Ban and were angered by his view that the end of the negotiations was approaching.

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Fears mount over dwindling Turkish Cypriot population

 

TURKISH Cypriot opposition parties continued efforts in the north’s ‘parliament’ yesterday to block proposed changes in the social security and immigration laws which they say will lead to further mass immigration from Turkey and emigration of indigenous Turkish Cypriots. 

Efforts to block the bill were yesterday being led by Communal Democracy Party (TDP) leader Mehmet Cakici who sought filibuster the proposed amendments by delivering a record-breaking 13-hour speech that began on Tuesday and ended early yesterday morning. 

Yesterday, Cakici’s place had been taken by other deputies who said they too would seek to filibuster the bill. 

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Murdered woman called out for help

 

A NUMBER of people have been questioned in a case involving the murder of a 50-year-old Latvian woman, Irina Vosnoka, who was found dead after being knifed on Tuesday night on Olympou Street in Palouriotissa.

According to police spokesman Michalis Katsounotos, her 43-year-old Moroccan husband has also been questioned. Despite the fact that significant evidence has been collected from the scene, nothing concrete has been found to determine motive.

The 50-year-old, who was a physiotherapist at a nearby clinic, was found injured in the street by a passer-by. She was then taken to Nicosia General Hospital where her death was confirmed.

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Talat denied entry to Australia

 

FORMER Turkish Cypriot leader Mehmet Ali Talat has been denied entry into Australia because his Turkish diplomatic passport read “former president of the TRNC,” it was reported yesterday.

According to Turkish Cypriot news portal Kibris Postasi, the Australian embassy in Nicosia refused to grant a visa for him to travel to Sydney and Melbourne where he was scheduled to give lectures.

Kibris Postasi said Talat had travelled to many countries with the same passport when he was the leader of the Turkish Cypriots while Australia had granted him a visa in the past despite it saying “former TRNC president.”

The report said efforts were made by the Turkish foreign ministry to change the decision but to no avail.

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