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Australia asks people to isolate more even as coronavirus spread slows
Australians were asked on Sunday to further isolate themselves from the public to keep the coronavirus from spreading even as ...
Coronavirus: Famagusta hospital treating 28, three could be discharged Sunday
Twenty-eight coronavirus patients are currently hospitalised at Famagusta general. Four patients are being treated in the ...
Two women remanded in Paphos after claim they made threats
Two women aged 39 and 33, were both remanded by the Paphos court on Sunday for three days for allegedly making threats against a ...
Coronavirus: An enforced stay in the mountains
Many of the 1,200 people still in mandatory quarantine are complaining about their living conditions, but for one man it’s not ...
Qatar Airways will have to seek state support, warns cash running out
Qatar Airways will have to seek government support eventually, Chief Executive Akbar al-Baker told Reuters on Sunday, warning the ...
Coronavirus: health workers offered hotel stays close to hospitals
The minister of health has arranged for a number of healthcare workers who expressed interest in an alternative solution to ...
UK’s Johnson warns on coronavirus: Things to get worse before they get better
Prime Minister Boris Johnson is warning Britons in a letter to 30 million households that things will get worse before they get ...
Oil and gas companies on the retreat
By Charles Ellinas The combined effect of the massive decline in global oil and gas demand due to Covid-19 depressing the global ...
China guards against second wave of coronavirus coming from abroad
The growing number of imported coronavirus cases in China risked fanning a second wave of infections at a time when ...
Sunday, March 29: Coronavirus global update
As of 11.15 today more than 664,891 people have been infected across the world and over 30,893 have died but at the same time ...
Police still looking for missing 28-year-old man
Police are still looking for a missing 28-year-old man, Demetris Antoniou, in the Akamas peninsula area, where he was reportedly ...
Coronavirus: Cyprus and Israel reference hospitals to exchange info on virus
Famagusta Reference Hospital and Sheba Medical Centre in Israel, will cooperate and exchange expertise amid the Covid-19 pandemic. ...
Coronavirus: foreign ministry announces special platform coming Tuesday for students abroad
The foreign ministry announced has announced that as of Tuesday, a special online platform will be launched on which all Cypriot ...
Malaria drug is biggest hope against coronavirus, says Novartis CEO
Novartis Chief Executive Vas Narasimhan said his Sandoz generics unit’s malaria, lupus and arthritis drug ...
Coronavirus: Over 350 more people booked for violating movement ban
In the last 24 hours 370 people were booked for violating the ban on unnecessary movement, police said on Sunday. According to a ...
Coronavirus: Two arrivals and departures at Paphos airport on Sunday
Two arrivals and two departures are expected Sunday at Paphos Airport. All of the flights are two and from Gatwick An easyJet ...
N.Korea fires more missiles than ever amid coronavirus outbreak
North Korea fired what appeared to be two short-range ballistic missiles into the ocean off its east coast on Sunday, the latest ...
Five arrested on suspicion of dealing cannabis
Five men in their early twenties have been arrested on suspicion of drug dealing after police said they found 1.2kg in Nicosia on ...
Why 150% is the new 100% for public debt/GDP
Swaha Pattanaik When it comes to age, 70 is supposed to be the new 50. A similar rethink is on the cards for public debt. ...
Sunshine interspersed with isolated showers expected Sunday
Sunshine for most of Sunday will be interspersed with some isolated showers in the afternoon, the met office said. There could be ...


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