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Archives May 26, 2012 posted by

Biker killed in Limassol

SAVVAS Theodosiou, 28, died yesterday afternoon from injuries suffered earlier in the day after losing control of his motorbike in Limassol.

Theodosiou was riding his bike in Polemidia going southwards at around 9am when eyewitnesses saw him overtake a bus, and return to his lane. His bike’s rear wheel went wobbly however and he lost control.

The bike overturned and then continued “on an uncontrolled trajectory to the right, hitting the pavement and forcibly colliding with a parked car, which was shifted by a metre or two,” head of Limassol traffic police, Michalis Katsounotos said. 

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Archives May 12, 2012 posted by

Tsalikidis wants to stand trial in Greece

ATTORNEY-GENERAL Petros Clerides yesterday confirmed that the National Guard (NG) chief Stylianos Nasis sent a letter on Thursday relaying the desire of his predecessor, Petros Tsalikidis, to stand trial for the charges he faces in relation to the Mari naval base blast last July. 

Clerides said that he had refused to comment on ongoing procedures because “it is not useful” but was forced to confirm the accuracy of information leaked by daily newspaper Phileleftheros.

He said that Nasis asked in writing whether the Republic of Cyprus would consent to Tsalikidis standing trial in his native Greece where he is currently residing. 

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Archives November 28, 2011 posted by

Cyprus to host Middle East Council of Churches

16: 53 THE Church of Cyprus will be hosting the 10th general assembly of the Middle East Council of Churches in Paphos tomorrow and Wednesday.

The focus of this years’ assembly will be on finding a more decisive role for the Council in respect of human rights, religious freedom and the unity of Christians in the Middle East.

Delegates will also review the actions of the Council over the past few years and will elect a new secretary-general.

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