Archive for February, 2014

Ukraine crisis: ‘Russians occupy’ Crimea airports

Ukraine’s interior minister has accused Russian naval forces of occupying Sevastopol airport in the region of Crimea.

Arsen Avakov called their presence an “armed invasion”.

But Russia’s Black Sea Fleet has denied that Russian servicemen are taking part.

The other …

British man charged with hacking Federal Reserve computers

A British man has been charged with hacking into computer servers belonging to the U.S. Federal Reserve, and then widely disclosing personal information of people who use them.

Thursday’s charges against Lauri Love were announced four months after he was …

Canadian women’s soccer team looking for success in Cyprus

Canadian women’s soccer coach John Herdman will be thinking more about style-building than team-building when his squad competes in the upcoming Cyprus Cup.

Personal matters, injuries, and educational commitments have left Herdman with what he calls a “disjointed” lineup for …

Russian medal winners rewarded with luxury cars

Russia rewarded the athletes who helped the Winter Olympics hosts top the medals table in Sochi by presenting the 13 gold medal winners and 20 other podium finishers with luxury SUVs on Thursday.

“If we put it straight, there has …

Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America Donates to Cephalonia and Cyprus

The Greek Orthodox Archdiocese of America offered 25,000 dollars for the earthquake victims of Cephalonia, western Greece.

According to the Archdiocese of America, the Archbishop Demetrios of America sent the financial assistance of 25,000 dollars to the Holy Metropolis of

Wettest winter in England, Wales, for almost 250 yrs

This winter has already been the wettest for almost 250 years in England and Wales, Britain’s national weather service the Met Office said on Thursday.

Around 435 millimeters (17 inches) of rain was recorded up to February 24 in England …

Greek jokes came thick and fast after Man Utd’s defeat versus Olympiakos

The jokes came thick and fast on Twitter after Manchester United’s 2-0 first leg Champions League defeat by Olympiakos in Athens: “The greatest Hellenic triumph since George Michael’s Careless Whisper.”

Wednesday’s media headlines tightened the tourniquet.

Tabloid newspaper the Sun …

KOPA Football League Fixtures for this Sunday

Fixtures

Sunday March the 2nd 2014

First Division

New Salamis v Aradippou

2pm Broxbourne FC, Goffs Lane, Cheshunt, EN7 5QN

Cetinkaya Cinar v Omonia

10.30am Tottenhall Recreation Ground Tottenhall Road, Palmers Green N13 6LH

Olympia v Rizokarpasso

12.00pm Aylands Open …

Birthday boy Peter Andre admits he wants another baby in a couple of years

Peter Andre who enjoyed his 41st birthday yesterday  is loving life as a doting dad at the moment, as he spends his paternity leave bonding with new baby daughter Amelia.

Pete is already a proud father to Junior and Princess …

Cabinet to review privatizations’ bill rejection by House today Friday

The Cabinet will examine the situation, following the rejection of the privatizations’ draft bill by the Parliament, during Friday’s extraordinary Cabinet meeting, Government Spokesman Christos Stylianides says in a written statement.

According to Stylianides, the ultimate goal is to reverse …