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Articles from Cyprus Mail (Cyprus) (September 11, 2020)

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'Food's got to be fun'. CM Guest Columnist 837
2020 Lemesos DocFest: Unexplored aspects of our world. Eleni Philippou 960
Anastasiades welcomes MED7 support. Annette Chrysostomou 498
Arson probe opened into deadly Oregon wildfire. Reuters News Service 579
Audit boss says state subsidies for media defeats notion of free press. George Psyllides 279
Ayia Napa band storm iTunes charts with songs recorded in lockdown. Bejay Browne 602
Ayia Napa Marina awarded ISO 13687-1:2017 certification. Press Release 358
Back to the 70s as Liverpool face Leeds in PL opener. Reuters News Service 393
Bahrain follows Emirates and normalizes ties with Israel. Reuters News Service 341
Brexit talks still going nowhere, says Barnier. Andrew Rosenbaum 318
China, India agree to disengage troops on contested border. Reuters News Service 578
Colombia defence minister asks forgiveness after second night of protests. Reuters News Service 366
Conscripts' UK studies in the balance awaiting House vote. Nick Theodoulou 354
Coronavirus: 40 per cent of Covid cases asymptomatic when diagnosed. Staff Reporter 526
Coronavirus: Free testing in Kyrenia as 'cabinet' meets. Peter Michael 419
Coronavirus: Guidelines reissued as cinemas set to open. Staff Reporter 162
Cyprus and Israel to promote East Med as top cruise destination. Andrew Rosenbaum 361
DP World Limassol welcomed the Ambassador of Israel to Cyprus to the New Passenger Terminal. Press Release 380
ECB's Lagarde takes benign view on growth, euro strength. Reuters News Service 618
F1 celebrates Ferrari's past with a fresh challenge. Reuters News Service 532
Footballers Association concerned over playing games in heat. Kyriacos Nicolaou 284
Group of Syrian migrants sent back to Lebanon, report Cyprus to ECHR. Peter Michael 377
Half million Oregonians evacuate as death toll in West wildfires rises to 16 (Update). Reuters News Service 678
Holiday scheme for low-income pensioners extended. Peter Michael 154
K Cineplex is back in action on September 17. Press Release 387
Koala chaos ends as Australian state leaders reach truce over habitat law. Reuters News Service 288
Larnaca district office defends lifeguarding policy. Staff Reporter 350
Lloyd's of London to pay Au2.4 billion in the first-half for COVID-19 claims. Reuters News Service 333
Maltese FM says situation in East Med needs to be resolved. Staff Reporter 496
More road works for Nicosia this weekend. Annette Chrysostomou 281
Moria migrants stuck on Lesbos island, locals oppose shelter plans. Reuters News Service 415
Our View: there is no sense of measure in this culture of entitlement. CM: Our View 477
Passenger traffic reached close to 300,000 in August. Staff Reporter 351
Pound hammered, euro whipsaws, dollar rises. Reuters News Service 340
Pupils to be given environmentally-friendly utensils on return to school. Staff Reporter 347
Rio Tinto exits seen reverberating across boardrooms. Reuters News Service 470
Russia and China dismiss Microsoft allegations of bids to hack Biden and Trump camps. Reuters News Service 381
Russian Double-Tax Treaty won't drive companies from Cyprus -- Tax Expert. Andrew Rosenbaum 593
Second demo against Covid measures being held on Saturday. Nick Theodoulou 415
Serena Williams falls to Azarenka in U.S. Open semi-finals. Reuters News Service 254
Spain sentences Salvadoran ex-officer to 133 years in jail over priests' massacre. Reuters News Service 308
Time for a walk to blow away the boredom. CM Guest Columnist 760
Turkish court sentences pro-Kurdish MP to jail on terrorism charges. Lara Benjamin 304
TV shows we love: One Day At a Time. Gina Agapiou 312
Two more arrested after drugs smuggled into prison (updated). Annette Chrysostomou 306
UK and Japan strike Britain's first post-Brexit trade deal. Reuters News Service 333
UK economy extends recovery from COVID crash, growth seen fading. Reuters News Service 500
What's Eaten Where: Palau. Alix Norman 339
Who drafted the Withdrawal Agreement that is meant to respect UK sovereignty? CM Reader's View 256
Works on the Zouhouri mosque complex begin, despite imam's complaints. Peter Michael 384

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