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Four sentenced for £500K fraud

[Four men convicted and sentenced for fraud]

Four fraudsters who conned 100 victims out of approximately £500,000 have been jailed.

The men were sentenced at Harrow Crown Court on Wednesday, 24 July after being convicted of conspiracy to commit fraud

Keeping London safe over summer

As schools across London break up for the summer holidays and the Capital attracts more visitors, the Met along with key partners will be carrying out pro-active operations and engagement activity to ensure the public can safely enjoy everything this

Man stabbed to death in Hampstead

An urgent investigation has been launched following the fatal stabbing of a man in South Hampstead.

Police were called at around 2345hrs on Thursday, 25 July, to Boundary Road, NW8.

Officers attended and found a 20-year-old man and a 22-year-old …

UN Security Council adopts resolution for renewal of United Nations Peacekeeping Operation in Cyprus.

Τhe UN Security Council on Thursday unanimously  adopted resolution 2483 renewing for another six months, until January 31, 2020, the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Operation in Cyprus.

In the resolution, ia the UNSC expresses regret at the lack …

Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot educators and activists speak about building peace 

Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot educators and activists shared their efforts to build peace in Cyprus in the context of an open day plenary meeting of the 43rd International Institute for Peace Education which is taking place in the Nicosia …

MP Charalambides appointed OSCE parliamentary assembly special representative for corruption matters in Cyprus 

Cyprus parliamentarian Irene Charalambides, head of the country`s delegation to the Parliamentary Assembly of the Organization for Security and Co-operation in Europe (OSCE) has been appointed Special Representative of the OSCE Central Committee for combating corruption.

In a letter to …

Turkish Cypriots have began to do an inventory study for reopening of Famagusta

Turkish Cypriot spokesman Kudret Özersay said they have started an inventory study of Famagusts on July 25 to examine the possibility of reopening the ghost town. Before the split of Cyprus 45 years ago, Famagusta  was a popular holiday destination.…

George Michael’s ex boyfriend Fadi Fawaz arrested for smashing late singer’s house

George Michael’s Australian ex-boyfriend has been arrested for smashing up the late singer’s palatial London house, with video showing him being detained by four police officers.

Fadi Fawaz, who was left out of the late Wham! singer’s $172 million will, …

The renewal of the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping in Cyprus (UNFICYP) 

Statement by AKEL C.C. Spokesperson Stefanos Stephanou in relation to Resolution 2453 (2019) on the renewal of the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping in Cyprus (UNFICYP) AKEL

The Draft Resolution 2453 of the Security Council of the UN proposes …

9th August will be a critical day for Cyprus

9th August will be a critical day for Cyprus The two leaders’ meeting will determine whether the current deadlock on the Cyprus problem can be broken

The meeting between the two leaders will determine whether the current deadlock surrounding the …