Archive for July, 2017

Phone snatched at Green Park London Underground station

Officers are releasing CCTV images of a man they wish to speak with in connection to a mobile phone snatch.

The theft happened at 11.30am on Monday 10 July. The 36-year-old woman was walking through the station and listening to …

Turkish jets violate Greek air space during president’s tour

A pair of Turkish F4 fighter jets entered the Athens Flight Information Region at 10 a.m. on Wednesday between Lesvos and Lemnos and flew over the Fournoi islets at 8,900 feet.

The violations occurred as Greek President Prokopis Pavlopoulos is …

No ifs, no butts, just stop launched by Potters Bar schools

A campaign urging people to keep Hertsmere’s play areas smoke free has launched with the unveiling of a new poster.

Young people from across the borough were invited to take part in a competition to design the poster aimed at …

Hertfordshire commits to modern slavery pledge ‘important first step’

A pioneering pledge to help end modern slavery and human trafficking and raise awareness locally of a ‘hidden crime’ has been endorsed by all of our 39 members.

The motion, the first of its kind to be endorsed by a …

Cyprus Peace Council elections

Election of the leadership, new General Council and formation of the new CPC Secretariat

Nicosia, 13th July 2017


On Saturday 8th July 2017, the Regular Congress of the Cyprus Peace Council convened in Nicosia under the slogan “Peace with

Hellenic Air Force visits the UK

The 2017 Royal International Air Tattoo that takes place at RAF Fairford near Swindon, from 14th to 16th July saw the participation of the Hellenic Air Force with a mission of two Phantom F4E’s  of  ‘338 Moira’ from the Hellenic …

When Turkey lifts its intervention/guarantee rights, Cyprus talks can resume,

Cyprus’ Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides said that the Greek Cypriot side is ready to resume talks for a solution to the Cyprus problem from the point that convergences were achieved but only when Turkey is willing to accept lifting its

The UN are monitoring closely energy developments in Cyprus

The United Nations are monitoring closely developments regarding the issue of gas exploration in Cyprus.

The remark was made by Deputy Spokesman for the Secretary-General Farhan Haq when asked to give the UN’s position to Cyprus’ decision to go forward …

92 year old Cypriot from Cheshunt stabbed in broad daylight in park

Officers investigating an alleged assault that occurred in Hertfordshire are appealing for information and witnesses.

At around 1.30pm  (Thursday, July 6) the victim – a Cypriot man from Cheshunt aged in his 90s – was sitting on a bench in …

Mass meeting Cyprus to denounce black anniversaries of fascist coup and the Turkish invasion

Get rid of Makarios, even if it means I get to see Nicosia on fire behind prison bars”. So said the Greek junta officer to Lagakos[1] as a popular song being played on state radio was interrupted by the …