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Costs in Majorca, for example, are almost twice as high as those in Cyprus, which has the lowest charges among 16 resorts surveyed by Post Office Travel Money. Other popular spots where charges were particularly high include Faro in Portugal, Split
I live in Cyprus and from the age of 11 Dr's go around the school's and check children for scoliosis. My daughters is quite severe, with one shoulder much lower than the other and a perfect S shaped spine, but she has to wear a body brace (she is 14)
Croatia's first low-cost airline company, Dalmatian, starts functioning on June 30 after long years of preparation. According to reports of the Bulgarian Telegraph Agency, initially the airline company will launch flights between Zagreb and 11 cities
Barbara Laborde/AFP/Getty Images It's wedding season in Cyprus , and couples from the Middle East are jetting in, drawn not by the island's clerics and consecrated buildings, but rather the opportunity to marry without them. Cyprus has become the
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Athens US vice-president Joe Biden arrives in Larnaca international airport, Cyprus, for a two day visit where energy prospects in the east Mediterranean are high on the agenda. Photograph: Petros Karadjias/AP US vice-president Joe Biden arrived in
Bomb scares at the two main airports in Cyprus forced the evacuation of one on Tuesday, only a day before US Vice President Joe Biden visits the Mediterranean island. Police said they evacuated hundreds of passengers and staff from Larnaca
Cyprus (AP) Cyprus' communications minister says the island's main airport in Larnaca has been ordered evacuated after a telephone call to police warning of a possible bomb. Marios Demetriades told the Associated Press Tuesday that the caller spoke
Cyprus ' Cabinet approved the decision on Wednesday, following a decision of Parliament on March 4 in favor of a large-scale privatization program which has been strongly opposed by unions. According to a government spokesperson, as cited by local
The Cypriot report said police in the coastal city of Larnaca had questioned the two Israelis, as well as a Senegalese national, on suspicion of negotiating to buy crude from the tanker, Morning Glory.