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Turkey accuses Greece of ‘inhumane practices,’ ‘annihilation’

Turkey’s Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hami Aksoy has accused Greece of “inhumane practices” against Turkish minorities and of “taking sides” with “hostile circles against Turkey.”

Reportedly responding to comments made by Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos on the Armenian Genocide during a …

Bad quality loans in EU halved since 2015, but Greece and Cyprus stockpile still large

The stockpile of bad bank loans in the European Union has halved over the past four years but remains hefty at lenders in Greece and Cyprus, the bloc’s banking watchdog said on Friday.

So-called non-performing loans or NPLs, where repayments …

Charity dinner in loving memory of Maria Nicolaou Adamou

Parikiaki newspaper with the Cypriot Women’s League is organising a charity dinner in memory of Maria Nicolaou Adamou,

Maria Adamou wife of Adam Adamou of Nostalgia Band, and daughter of Neophytos and Evoulla Nicolaou sadly passed away on Saturday 15th …

Show your support for a free, united Cyprus on 15 November

On the appalling anniversary of the ‘Unilateral Declaration of Independence’, and given Turkey’s recent illegal invasion of northern Syria, the National Federation of Cypriots in the UK is demonstrating outside the Turkish Embassy to call on Turkey to end its …

AKEL cancels meeting with Cyprus president after comment that party supports Turkey

AKEL leader Andros Kyprianou on Monday cancelled a scheduled meeting with President Nicos Anastasiades on economic reforms after the party said the palace practically accused them of taking the Turkish side’s position.

Kyprianou was due to meet with Anastasiades on …

Happy name day to all Michaels’, Michelles’, Michaelas’, Angelo, Angelas’ Gabriels’ and Gabriellas

Happy name day to all Michael’s, Michelles, Michaelas, Angelos, Angelas Gabriels, Gabriellas and Raphaels who are celebrating their name day today November the 8th.

St Michael  gave the care of their sick, and he was first venerated as a healer …

More Enfield Council owned homes in radical estate renewal scheme

Enfield Council has agreed to plans that will transform two adjacent Edmonton estates, dramatically improving residents’ lives.

Both Joyce Avenue and Snells Park have been earmarked to be redeveloped as part of a multi-million pound regeneration scheme.

At Enfield Council’s …

Appeal: Violent burglary that led to death of man in Enfield

One year on from the violent burglary of 98-year-old war veteran, Peter Gouldstone, that ultimately led to his death, detectives continue to appeal for help to identify the suspects.

Detective Chief Inspector Mark Wrigley,  said: “At this time of …

Two men plead guilty to attempted robbery of Arsenal players Ozil and Kolasinac in Hampstead

Two men have pleaded guilty following an attempted robbery in Hampstead.

Ashley Smith, 30 (15.08.89) of Cardinals Way, N19, appeared at Snaresbrook Crown Court on Thursday, 3 October where he pleaded guilty to attempted robbery and possession of Class B …

Ceiling collapse at theatre – Piccadilly

Three fire engines and three fire rescue units were called to a ceiling collapse at the Piccadilly theatre.

A section of plaster ceiling fell onto the third floor seating area in the six storey building.

Approximately 1,100 people evacuated before …