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Articles from Cyprus Mail (Cyprus) (September 26, 2019)

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Anastasiades decries Turkey's gunboat diplomacy in UN speech. Evie Andreou 1053
Anastasiades has impromptu exchange with Guterres. Staff Reporter 202
Australia's most populous state revamps law on abortions. Reuters News Service 294
Ayia Napa to stage 35th International Festival. Eleni Philippou 339
Bank of Cyprus presents workshop on archival research skills. Press Release 342
Bar review: Helicon, Larnaca. Andreas Nichola 335
Bases swear in new Commander British Forces Cyprus. Staff Reporter 337
Cash bonds to cover foreign workers being 'held hostage' in banks. Lizzy Ioannidou 557
Celine Dion Nicosia concert slated for August 2020. Staff Reporter 230
Cyprus to host final phase of U17 EURO 2021. Source: Cyprus News Agency 143
Dead body thought to be that of homeless Romanian. Staff Reporter 121
Democrats cheer impeachment probe despite political risk. Press Association 859
Deposits in Cyprus banks reach highest level in 11 months, loans historically low. Source: Cyprus News Agency 406
Disy to table eight bills to incentivise loan repayments. Staff Reporter 310
Earthquake shakesTurkey's Istanbul, no reports of casualties. Reuters News Service 184
Economic sentiment up for September. Annette Chrysostomou 196
Emirates Flight Catering announces major investment in solar energy. Press Release 698
EXPLAINER- How could UK PM Johnson avoid delaying Brexit? Reuters News Service 923
Former French president Jacques Chirac dies, aged 86. Reuters News Service 465
FuryofBrexit'inferno' lays bare a divided United Kingdom. Reuters News Service 850
Greek doctors show interest in hospital vacancies. Lizzy Ioannidou 239
Green taxes could be introduced by 2021. Evie Andreou 341
How Ukraine got caught up in Trump's impeachment battle. Reuters News Service 908
IMF concerned over government wage bill. Source: Cyprus News Agency 440
Limassol murder suspects deny charges. George Psyllides 185
Liopetri council will merge with Ayia Napa and Sotira. Evie Andreou 316
Man arrested for illegally working at hotel, fake EU ID. Annette Chrysostomou 128
McDonald's joins Beyond Meat bandwagon with Canada tests. Reuters News Service 296
Moody's: Thomas Cook's liquidation credit negative for Bulgarian, Cypriot and Greek banks. Source: Cyprus News Agency 450
New cricket season starts in Cyprus. CM Guest Columnist 504
Open call for InterSpace. Eleni Philippou 299
Opposition changes to foreclosures law undermine financial stability, IMF says. George Psyllides 436
Our View: Level of hysteria over school abductions is uncalled for. CM: Our View 462
Plant of the week: Plant used by Druids to pacify a treatment for poisoning. Alexander McCowan Medical condition overview 424
Ports Authority strike averted. Gina Agapiou 129
President expected to express readiness for resumption of talks during UN speech. Source: Cyprus News Agency 203
President lauds teen climate activist Greta Thunberg. Evie Andreou 398
Public debt grew ,e1/42.6bn in 2018 due to co-op collapse. Staff Reporter 383
Seven-try Italy overwhelm Canada 48-7 in Fukuoka. Reuters News Service 192
Shipping Chamber celebrates World Maritime Day. Source: Cyprus News Agency 318
Steps being taken to ease economy bottlenecks says minister. Annette Chrysostomou 565
Teachers' pay remains above the EU average. Lizzy Ioannidou 560
The most powerful Porsche Cayenne is a plug-in hybrid. Press Release 992
Twenty scholarships offered by Hellenic Bank. Press Release 241
Two youngsters complain police shot at them. Annette Chrysostomou 127
UK to repatriate 16,000 people on 4th day of Thomas Cook collapse. Reuters News Service 119
UNic conference focuses on Middle East politics. Press Release Conference news 238
US sanctions Cuba's Castro for supporting Venezuela's Maduro. Reuters News Service 471
What's eaten where: Prince Edward Island. Alix Norman 372
What's going on at Rialto this October? Eleni Philippou 467

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