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Man charged with two burglaries in Potters Bar

A 25 year old man has been arrested and charged following two incidents of burglary in Potters Bar.

Alexandru Dranga, of Fisher Road in Harrow, was arrested on Thursday, January 10 following burglaries at two properties in Potters Bar.

The …

CCTV images released after assault in McDonald’s – London 

Do you recognise this young man?

 

Officers would like to identify him after a man was left with a fractured eye socket following an assault in McDonald’s, Waterloo station.

On 4 October at approximately 12.10am, the victim was ordering food …

Burst main in Primrose Hill, Camden causes flooding

Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters were called to a flooding on Avenue Road, Primrose Hill.

A 15 inch water main burst flooding the basement and underground car park of one block of flats to a depth of around …

Deputy Minister of Tourism in Cyprus pledges support for Famagusta district coastal resorts

Deputy Minister of Tourism Savvas Perdios has said that the Agia Napa marina, under construction, will upgrade the tourist product in the Famagusta district and beyond.

In statements after touring the site, accompanied by Mayor Yiannis Karousos and the project’s …

The East Mediterranean Gas Forum brings Cyprus closer to its goal, Energy Minister says

Energy Minister Yiorgos Lakkotrypis has said that the decision to set up the “East Mediterranean Gas Forum”, an international organisation, was of enormous importance for Cyprus and its citizens.

Cyprus, Greece, Egypt, Italy, Israel, Jordan and Palestine participate in the …

EU fines Greece more than 200 mln euros over Chinese tax fraud network

The European Union’s Anti-Fraud Office (OLAF) has issued a fine of more than 200 million euros to Greece for failing to stop a wide-scale tax fraud by Chinese criminal gangs importing ultra-cheap goods through the country’s largest port of Piraeus, …

Greek PM set to win confidence vote with support from opposition

ATHENS (Reuters) – Greece’s Alexis Tsipras appeared set to win a confidence vote after winning the support of an opposition centrist lawmaker who broke ranks with his party on Tuesday, giving the prime minister the final vote he needs to …

Cyprus’ top court hits back at favourable rulings, collusion claims

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Cyprus’ supreme court says allegations by the attorney general’s brother that a web of familial ties between judges and lawyers has resulted in favorable rulings are an unfounded and “blatant attack” on the judicial system.

The …

Card payments in Cyprus increase significantly in 2018 

The use of cards in Cyprus, both local and foreign, recorded a significant increase in 2018, according to the latest statistics provided by JCC.

Payments with local cards in Cyprus reached €3,53bn, up by 33% compared with 2017. Payments and …

Man murdered in Limassol, Cyprus

Police are still investigating the murder of since named 44 year old Christos Michail who was found dead in his car today Monday the 14th of January 2019 in the area of Kato Polemidia the forensics Nicholas Charalambous and Angeliki …