Archive for February, 2014

Anguish and Fear for the 150,000 Greeks Living in Ukraine

Anguish, unrest and fear prevails in the ranks of the 150,000 Greeks who live in Ukraine and particularly in Crimea since the neo-Nazi Right Sector controls the situation there. According to the Russian agency Interfax, armed men seized the regional …

Cows shot in Paphos

Police have launched an investigation after two cows were shot on Thursday.
The incident was reported to the authorities at 2.00pm by their owner – a farmer in the agricultural area near Asproyia village. Police said they arrived at the …

Cyprus parliament rejects privatizations’ bill

Cyprus Parliament rejected on Thursday a draft bill concerning the privatization of semi-state organisations.

Following a heated debate at the plenary of the House of Representatives, the bill was rejected with 25 votes against, 25 in favor and 5 abstentions.…

Hot Spurs in Europa comeback, Porto and Napoli win

Eintracht Frankfurt’s Carlos Zambrano (L) challenges Porto’s Nabil Ghilas during their Europa League soccer match

Emmanuel Adebayor scored twice in four minutes as Tottenham Hotspur overturned a two-goal aggregate deficit to beat 10-man Dnipro Dnipropetrovsk 3-2 over two legs on …

Limassol buses to strike

Drivers from Limassol bus company EMEL have decided to go on an indefinite strike from Wednesday, March 5 after they did not receive their full salary for February.

It was decided during a meeting of the local committees on Thursday.…

Haringey Borough back on track

BOWERS & PITSEA  1     HARINGEY BOROUGH  5

Thursday 27th February 2014    –     Essex Senior League

 

Borough made a confident return to action after their weather induced two and a half month lay-off and dominated the first half of …

England squad for Denmark game

England coach Roy Hodgson named a 30-man squad on Thursday for next week’s friendly with Denmark but told the players not included they still had a chance of making his final 23-man squad for the World Cup finals.

West Ham …

Marcos beaten in Acapulco

Marcos’ Abierto Mexicano Telcel campaign ended in defeat in the second round as he was beaten 6-1, 6-4 by fourth seed Grigor Dimitrov.

Dimitrov, who is enjoying the best form of his career after reaching his first Grand Slam quarter-final …

Beard transplants latest fad for Brooklyn’s hip young men

Young men wearing pork-pie hats, knitted snoods and stylishly drab clothing are crowding doctors’ waiting rooms in a burgeoning trend: Brooklyn hipsters seeking beard transplants.

Toting photos of perpetually scruffy-faced actors like Jake Gyllenhaal and Ryan Gosling, an increasing number …

Cyprus is the first country in Europe to offer McDonalds delivery services

McDonalds fast food restaurants have launched a delivery service that will be implemented in 14 of its branches around the island by the end of 2014, it emerged yesterday.
Cyprus is the first country in Europe to offer McDonalds delivery …