Archive for May, 2019

Enfield Woman guilty of perverting the course of justice

A woman has pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice in relation to a teenager who was murdered in Enfield and concealed in a loft for eight months.

Stacey Docherty, 28 (09.08.90), of Hartmoor Mews, Enfield, pleaded guilty to …

Armed burglars thwarted by off-duty cop in underwear

A newly qualified police officer who stopped armed burglars wearing only his underwear has been praised for his quick-thinking and heroic actions.

The 29-year-old officer was off-duty when he was awoken by a disturbance near his home in Barnes High …

Lobbyist Manatos registers as foreign agent for Cyprus in the US

Greek-American lobbyist Andy Manatos of the firm Manatos & Manatos has responded to a US Justice Department act aimed at cracking down on violations of lobbying rules by registering as an agent acting on behalf of Cyprus’ government, Politico has …

Turkish Cypriot MEP Niyazi Kızılyürek: “I will work to bring the two communities closer together

The newly elected AKEL MEP Niyazi Kızılyürek stressed today his intention to work to bring the two communities closer to each other, but also closer to the EU, clarifying that in the European Parliament he would not represent the Turkish …

Brothers from Enfield jailed for public nuisance and criminal damage

Two brothers have been jailed following an incident in Camden.

Billy Watson, 20 (26.12.1998), of Tile Kiln Lane, Enfield was sentenced to 15 months in prison for public nuisance, affray and two counts of criminal damage.

Charlie Watson, 18 (31.12.2000)

Turkey beat Greece in friendly

A rather experimental Greece team lost 2-1 to Turkey on Thursday at a friendly game in Antalya, showing manager Angelos Anastasiadis has plenty of work to do to gear the national team up for the Euro 2020 qualifiers against Italy

Turkey pondering deployment of S-400 missiles on southern coast across from Cyprus

Turkey may deploy a long-range S-400 missile-defense system it is expecting to receive from Russia along the southern Turkish coast, across from Cyprus, Bloomberg reported on Thursday.

Citing confidential sources, Bloomberg said that Ankara is considering deploying the battery, which

Cyprus ready and willing to act as “safe transfer hub” in the Middle East, Cypriot foreign minister says

The Government of the Republic of Cyprus is willing and ready to assume a responsibility of a safe transfer hub in the complex region of the Middle East, Minister of Foreign Affairs Nikos Christodoulides.

Addressing the final phase of the …

Cyprus Government to intensify efforts to lift Turkish embargo on shipping, says President

President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades said Thursday that efforts of the government to remove the illegal restrictions imposed by Turkey on Cyprus flag ships, would be intensifying, pointing out that the Turkish embargo was a clear violation

Cyprus Tourist arrivals for summer 2019 to record a slight decrease

Tourist arrivals in Cyprus for summer 2019 are expected to record a slight decrease, remaining however around the same levels as last year, according to the President of the Association of Cyprus Travel Agents (ACTA).

Vasilis Stamataris told CNA that …