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Enfield detectives Appeal two weeks on to trace dangerous absconder

Detectives in Enfield are renewing their appeal for urgent information to trace a violent absconder from a Mental Health Unit.

The public are advised not to approach Aaron Moore, 31 (08.09.87) as he is considered as extremely dangerous. He has …

Fire at pub with flats above – Tottenham

Four fire engines and around 25 firefighters were called to a fire at a pub with flats above in West Green Road, Tottenham.

Part of the roof of the building was damaged by the fire. There were no reports of …

Theresa Villiers MP raises Cyprus missing persons and Morphou issues with the Foreign Office

Theresa Villiers, the pro-Cyprus north London Conservative MP has received answers to written questions she had submitted to the UK Foreign Secretary on aspects of the Cyprus issue.

On the matter of the missing persons, Ms Villiers had asked the …

Cyprus not in a warzone, clarifies Defence Minister, projectile crash in the north was an isolated incident

Cyprus is not in a war zone nor in the middle of the Syrian crisis, said Defence Minister Savvas Angelides, adding that the projectile that crashed in the Turkish occupied areas of Cyprus on Sunday, was an isolated incident.

A …

Justice for Cyprus sought by Melbourne rally for freedom and human rights

The justice for Cyprus Coordinating committee (SEKA Victoria) is organising events to show support for human rights in Cyprus following the illegal invasion of the island by Turkey in 1974 and the continued occupation of the island since then.

Though …

Funds green-lighted for Aegean surveillance system

The European Internal Security Fund has green-lighted the disbursement of 50 million euros to Greece for the development of an integrated maritime surveillance system in the Aegean.

The new system will allow the Greek coast guard to monitor activity in

What the Turkish side says about Famagusta violates both agreements and resolutions of the UN on the issue

It is evident that Turkey is once again exploiting the prolonged deadlock that exists on the Cyprus problem, along with the fact that it is itself, unfortunately, relieved of any responsibilities to create new serious fait accompli on the ground.…

Those creating refugees are the criminals, not those helping refugees


Those creating refugees are the criminals, not those helping refugees

AKEL C.C. Press Office, 1 July 2019, Nicosia

The action by Carola Rachete, activist and captain of the Sea-Watch 3 boat, to defy the threats and bans issued by …

Resumption of the Cyprus negotiations

Between substance and communication games the government choose communication tricks for internal consumption purposes

It has been nearly a week since the Foreign Minister’s revelation that the President of the Republic has sent a letter to the UN Secretary General …

​Death of man believed to have fallen from aeroplane

Officers are working to establish the identity of a man believed to have fallen from the landing gear compartment of an aeroplane.

Police were called at 15:39hrs on Sunday, 30 June to a residential address in Offerton Road, Clapham after …