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Articles from Cyprus Mail (Cyprus) (September 13, 2020)

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'Shocking': Blair, Major chide UK plan to breach international law. Reuters News Service 381
Al Jazeera passport claims 'a far cry from reality' says expert. Andrew Rosenbaum 737
At least 100,000 Belarus protesters flood streets to demand end of Lukashenko. Reuters News Service 458
Brexit trade talks have window before contentious UK law can take effect -- Ireland. Reuters News Service 235
Britain not acting in breach of international law. Alper Ali Riza 1118
Coronavirus: Policymakers fly blind on economic health. CM Guest Columnist 887
Coronavirus: three new cases announced on Sunday (Updated). Staff Reporter 197
Crucial asylum reform dismissed as a 'damp squib'. Elias Hazou 1120
Cyprus film industry gets cameras rolling again. Kyriacos Nicolaou 868
Cyprus happy with outcome of Pompeo visit, FM says. Source: Cyprus News Agency 525
Days of terror spent at sea. George Eid CM Correspondent 1258
EU plans major revamp of carbon market. Reuters News Service 361
Europe's economy better than we feared - German Finance Minister. Reuters News Service 322
Everton break Tottenham jinx, Leicester hit 3 past West Brom. Reuters News Service 443
Fed-up Lesbos islanders, migrants stuck waiting for Europe to decide. Reuters News Service 566
Gilead nears $20 billion deal to buy Immunomedics - WSJ. Reuters News Service 328
Gunning for a Grand Slam, Thiem hopes fourth time's the charm. Reuters News Service 543
Hamilton takes 90th win in red-flagged Tuscan GP. Reuters News Service 278
Highest approval rating for health minister, lowest for education -poll. Jean Christou 455
Israeli top model Bar Refaeli sentenced in tax evasion case. Reuters News Service 311
Keeping up with shifting alliances. Kyriacos Iacovides 1124
Macron calls Lebanese politician as cabinet deadline looms. Reuters News Service 331
Mitsotakis promises permanent migrant centre after fire. Reuters News Service 457
Moody's downgrades Turkey's ratings to B2 and maintains negative outlook. Andrew Rosenbaum 455
New dementia day care centre overcomes virus challenge. Annette Chrysostomou 624
Oman welcomes Bahrain-Israel normalisation decision. Reuters News Service 206
Oruc Reis leaves the area, returns to Antalya. Jean Christou 459
Our View: Securing sanctions against Turkey has become an end in itself. CM: Our View 796
Parties welcome Pompeo visit, with reservations. Jean Christou 718
Plans to spruce up Polis' archaeological sites. Bejay Browne 388
Police warn of minor traffic disruptions due to multiple roadworks. Staff Reporter 436
Russian support is always empty of content. Christos Panayiotides 1031
S.Korea eases social distancing for two weeks ahead of major holiday. Reuters News Service 272
Scores arrested at protests in Australia's coronavirus hotspot. Reuters News Service 320
Search on for bodies in charred path of wildfires, Trump to visit California. Reuters News Service 617
Tales from the Coffeeshop: A Russian recipe for never reaching a settlement. Patroclos 1622
The man with Britain strapped in his backseat. CM Guest Columnist 1061
The strange slogans of the National Guard. George Koumoullis 896
Turkey to send second drill ship to Black Sea -minister. Reuters News Service 272
Unexpected foes: weak links in innovation roadmaps. CM Guest Columnist 679

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