Cyprus: An island republic in the eastern Mediterranean Sea. Its capital is Nicosia. It was colonized by the Phoenicians and ancient Greeks and ruled successively by the Assyrian, Persian, Ptolemaic, Roman, and Byzantine Empires. It was under various countries from the 12th to the 20th century but became independent in 1960. The name comes from the Greek Kupros, probably representing the Sumerian kabar or gabar, copper, famous in historic times for its copper mines. The cypress tree is also named after the island. (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p308 & Room, Brewer's Dictionary of Names, 1992, p134)Cupressus: A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE. Cypress ordinarily refers to this but also forms part of the name of plants in other genera.Chamaecyparis: A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE which should not be confused with other cedar and cypress trees of THUJA or CUPRESSUS genera.Taxodium: A plant genus of the family TAXODIACEAE. Members contain taxodione and taxodone, which are diterpenoid quinone methide tumor inhibitors.Mediterranean Islands: Scattered islands in the Mediterranean Sea. The chief islands are the Balearic Islands (belong to Spain; Majorca and Minorca are among these), Corsica (belongs to France), Crete (belongs to Greece), CYPRUS (a republic), the Cyclades, Dodecanese and Ionian Islands (belong to Greece), MALTA (a republic), Sardinia and SICILY (belong to Italy). (From Webster's New Geographical Dictionary, 1988, p747)Cryptomeria: A plant genus of the family TAXODIACEAE. Its POLLEN is one of the major ALLERGENS.Juniperus: A plant genus of the family CUPRESSACEAE. The species are slow growing coniferous evergreen trees or shrubs.Mediterranean Region: The MEDITERRANEAN SEA, the MEDITERRANEAN ISLANDS, and the countries bordering on the sea collectively.Pollen: The fertilizing element of plants that contains the male GAMETOPHYTES.Greece

*  Ανοικτό Πανεπιστήμιο Κύπρου - Open University of Cyprus - Συνέδρια

Presentation title: 'Public sculptures and ceremonial behaviors in the public sphere: Cyprus as a case study'.. 2012, Ιούλιος ... Connoting in public space: public sculptures in Cyprus".. 2013, Ιούλιος 1-3. 4th International and Interdisciplinary Conference ... EU Grundtvig Workshop Programme, Nicosia, Cyprus. Workshop subject: 'Modern Views of Greek and Roman Antiquity'.. Presentation ... Karaiskou, V. "Behind the visible: 'normalization' in the Republic of Cyprus": 13th Conference of the European Sociological ...
ouc.ac.cy/web/vkaraiskou/conferences

*  Cyprus: Ethnic Conflict and International Politics: From Independence to the Threshold of the European Union - J. Joseph; |...

The Cyprus question has also presented dangers and opportunities to the USA, USSR/Russia and international organizations ... Since the 1950s Cyprus has been a place of tension, friction, and violence caused by the clashing interests and claims of the ... Since the 1950s Cyprus has been a place of tension, friction, and violence caused by the clashing interests and claims of the ... Cyprus: Ethnic Conflict and International Politics: From Independence to the Threshold of the European Union (Paperback). ...
foyles.co.uk/witem/philosophy-psychology-social-sciences/cyprus-ethnic-conflict-and,joseph-s-joseph-9780312227203

*  Cyprus iTrav - Android app on AppBrain

Cyprus iTrav: Android app (100+ downloads) → Gratis interactief reismagazine met een focus op de belangrijkste toeristische ...
appbrain.com/app/cyprus-itrav/air.eu.itrav.cyprus

*  Cyprus fever | Article about Cyprus fever by The Free Dictionary

In humans the disease is also known as undulant fever, Mediterranean fever,... Explanation of Cyprus fever ... Find out information about Cyprus fever. or infectious disease of farm animals that is sometimes transmitted to humans. ... Cyprus fever , Article about Cyprus fever by The Free Dictionary http://encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Cyprus+fever ... redirected from Cyprus fever). Also found in: Dictionary, Thesaurus, Medical. brucellosis. (bro͞o'səlō`sĭs) or Bang's disease, ...
encyclopedia2.thefreedictionary.com/Cyprus fever

*  Cyprus finance minister quits

... hours after a judicial probe was launched into how Cyprus was pushed to the verge of bankruptcy before having to agree a ... Cyprus finance minister quits. CYPRUS' finance minister, Michalis Sarris, says he is stepping down because he will need to co- ... FINANCE Minister Michalis Sarris has resigned, hours after a judicial probe was launched into how Cyprus was pushed to the ... Bank of Cyprus, would also be able to access 10 per cent of their deposits over 100,000 euros. ...
news.com.au/world/breaking-news/cyprus-finance-minister-quits/news-story/f20bc697d427198db52b6cf986c91c06

*  Dienekes' Anthropology Blog: 23andMe Ancestry Composition

I never said that R1a and R1b are frequent in Greece and Cyprus. In Cyprus especially these are quite rare as you rightly say. ... I never said that R1a and R1b are frequent in Greece and Cyprus. In Cyprus especially these are quite rare as you rightly say. ... The misconception here is that the European admixture in Cyprus is via close contact with the Aegean islands!? Cyprus has been ... Finally, I have never stated that the Greek colonization did not have a significant genetic impact in Cyprus. Cyprus was most ...
dienekes.blogspot.com/2012/12/23andme-ancestry-composition.html?showComment=1354925670914

*  Gold ends lower as Cyprus concerns cool

... as investors looked for signs that the banking crisis in Cyprus could be resolved before long and the stock market regained ... NEW YORK (AP) -- Gold ended lower on Friday, as investors looked for signs that the banking crisis in Cyprus could be resolved ...
https://yahoo.com/news/gold-ends-lower-cyprus-concerns-211430504.html?soc_src=mediacontentstory

*  2017 Cyprus Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) Market: Infectious Diseases, Genetic Diseases, Cancer, Forensic and Paternity Testing-...

2017 Cyprus Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) Market: Infectious Diseases, Genetic Diseases, Cancer, Forensic and Paternity Testing-- ... 2016 Cyprus Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) Market: Infectious Diseases, Genetic Diseases, Cancer, Forensic and Paternity Testing-- ... 2016 Cyprus Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) Market: Infectious Diseases, Genetic Diseases, Cancer, Forensic and Paternity Testing-- ... 2017 Cyprus Nucleic Acid Testing (NAT) Market: Infectious Diseases, Genetic Diseases, Cancer, Forensic and Paternity Testing-- ...
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*  British Expats Outraged in Cyprus Island Haven

British expats in Cyprus and the British press have reacted angrily at proposals to force depositors to share in the bailout ... Read More: Cyprus President Is a 'Fool': Gartman) John Barton, another Briton in Cyprus, said many were taken by surprise, and ... Protestors in Nicosia, Cyprus, held banners on Monday saying "Hands off Cyprus" and "Europe is for its people not for Germany ... Read More: Cyprus Revising Plan, Banks Stay Shut: Reports) Barton agreed with Stark. "What they're proposing for people with ...
https://cnbc.com/id/100564145

*  Cyprus - Conservapedia

Nonetheless, the EU invited the Republic of Cyprus (with Cyprus still divided) to join; the Republic of Cyprus became a full ... Cyprus was to allow both the Euro and the Cyprus pound to circulate on the island for a period of one month after January 1, ... The flow of U.S. investment in Cyprus reached U.S. $51.9 million in 2006 or 3.4% of Cyprus' total inward FDI. The stock of U.S ... Cyprus has an open, free-market, services-based economy with some light manufacturing. Cyprus' accession as a full member to ...
conservapedia.com/Cyprus

*  UCLan Cyprus guide

UCLan Cyprus offers students a unique university experience, combining world-class teaching, underpinned by leading research, ... The University of Central Lancashire, Cyprus (UCLan Cyprus) is a truly British University operating in Cyprus, located in Pyla ... UCLan Cyprus degrees are accredited in both the UK and Cyprus. All of our courses offer the opportunity to complete your ... Studying at UCLan Cyprus English is widely spoken, and is the language of instruction at the University, but there will also be ...
telegraph.co.uk/education/2016/08/02/uclan-cyprus-guide/

*  Anonymous: #OP Cyprus - YouTube

We declare war to Cyprus government ~We are Anonymous and We can ========================================= ~#Op Free Cyprus ... to the Cyprus Government.. ~It's a call to arms to all of Anonymous. Our allegiance is to the people of Cyprus. --They Are Us ... organizing the operation known as #Op Free Cyprus In part the operation was meant to influence the Government of Cyprus not to ... We declare war to Cyprus government. ~We are Anonymous and We can =========================================. ~#Op Free Cyprus ...
https://youtube.com/watch?v=NZTD5ycpnnc&feature=related

*  Russian depositors worry about funds in Cyprus - latimes

Flights from snow-covered Russia to sunny Cyprus may be packed, but these days many of the passengers are bank account owners ... Russian depositors worry about funds in Cyprus. The uncertainty over Cyprus' ability to come up $7.5 billion to qualify for a ... Cyprus could fall into default within days if it does not receive outside aid, which could result in its exit from the Eurozone ... The warning Cyprus received from the European Central Bank required the country to come up with $7.5 billion to secure $13 ...
articles.latimes.com/2013/mar/22/world/la-fg-cyprus-russians-20130323

*  American College - Research Activity and Publications

Ioannou P. (2002). Analysing the Survival and Success of Cyprus Airways in the new liberalized air industry, Aeronea of Cyprus ... The Palestinian Issue and the Role of the Great Forces to its Non-Resolution). (1st ed.). Cyprus: Power Publishing, Cyprus. ... Seven essays on Byzantine Cyprus: Remarks on Theophanis the Confessor concerning the political status of Cyprus during the Arab ... 2003). Reforming the Social Insurance System in Cyprus. Grant Research financed by the Research Promotion Foundation in Cyprus. ...
ac.ac.cy/en/research/research-activity-and-publications

*  Asia stocks weaken as Cyprus optimism fades - MarketWatch

Most Asian markets decline as investors fret about the implications of the Cyprus bailout agreement for other euro-zone ... Here's the gloss on those Dutch minister's Cyprus comments.. "The relief rally that followed the 10 billion euros ($13 billion ... HONG KONG (MarketWatch) - Most Asian markets declined Tuesday as investors fretted about the implications of the Cyprus bailout ... Cyprus deal made way for growing concerns that this approach may become the 'new norm' for any future bailout of troubled banks ...
marketwatch.com/story/asia-stocks-weaken-as-cyprus-optimism-fades-2013-03-25

*  Paphos 2017: Best of Paphos, Cyprus Tourism - TripAdvisor

Paphos, the capital of western Cyprus, has some serious historical clout. Site of the vast fourth-century BC Tombs of the Kings ...
https://tripadvisor.com/Tourism-g190384-Paphos_Paphos_District-Vacations.html

*  OHCHR | Cyprus Homepage

Report of the United Nations Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights on the question of human rights in Cyprus (A/HRC/ ... Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the question of human rights in Cyprus (A/HRC/ ... Report of the Office of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the question of human rights in Cyprus (A/HRC/ ... Report of the United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights on the question of human rights in Cyprus (A/HRC/34/15) ...
ohchr.org/EN/Countries/ENACARegion/Pages/CYIndex.aspx

*  Cyprus - Wikitravel

Cyprus International Press Service sells maps of the whole island of Cyprus and regional maps. ... wts:Category:Cyprus WikiPedia:Cyprus Dmoz:Middle East/Cyprus/ World66:asia/middleeast/cyprus ... There are no railways in Cyprus. By bus[edit]. There is a comprehensive network of bus routes all over Cyprus. Use Cyprus By ... Theatre Cyprus - A Gap-Year Theatre Training Programme [1], a Gap-Year drama programme that offers a 10 month course in Cyprus ...
wikitravel.org/wiki/en/index.php?title=Cyprus&

*  Cyprus | University of Bath

Cyprus. Here you'll find specific information for Cypriot applicants about application process, entry requirements, ...
bath.ac.uk/study/international/country/cyprus/index.html

*  WHO/Europe | Cyprus

Cyprus. The Ministry of Health of Cyprus is responsible for the organization of the health care system and the provision of ... Global health diplomacy course for small countries held in Cyprus 15-03-2017. Specific issues addressed on the course include ...
euro.who.int/en/countries/cyprus

*  Cyprus's Plan B Rejected

Paul Vigna and Christopher Lawton discuss the latest on Cyprus, and Andrew Dowell looks at the latest on Lululemon. Photo: ... Cyprus's Plan B Rejected. 3/21/2013 10:30AM Paul Vigna and Christopher Lawton discuss the latest on Cyprus, and Andrew Dowell ... I ... the ECB is sent a message to Cyprus ... basically the message is ... come up with the deal by Monday or else is the ... gamble that has become the fight over Cyprus and its bailout what happens next and can be a busy weekend for people in Cyprus ...
wsj.com/video/cyprus-plan-b-rejected/526AC33A-9569-4856-898A-EA771FA71134.html

(1/126) Re-analysis of human immunodeficiency virus type 1 isolates from Cyprus and Greece, initially designated 'subtype I', reveals a unique complex A/G/H/K/? mosaic pattern.

Human immunodeficiency virus type 1 (HIV-1) has been classified into three main groups and 11 distinct subtypes. Moreover, several circulating recombinant forms (CRFs) of HIV-1 have been recently documented to have spread widely causing extensive HIV-1 epidemics. A subtype, initially designated I (CRF04_cpx), was documented in Cyprus and Greece and was found to comprise regions of sequence derived from subtypes A and G as well as regions of unclassified sequence. Re-analysis of the three full-length CRF04_cpx sequences that were available revealed a mosaic genomic organization of unique complexity comprising regions of sequence from at least five distinct subtypes, A, G, H, K and unclassified regions. These strains account for approximately 2% of the total HIV-1-infected population in Greece, thus providing evidence of the great capability of HIV-1 to recombine and produce highly divergent strains which can be spread successfully through different infection routes.  (+info)

(2/126) Haemoglobin Lepore in Cyprus.

Structural analysis documented the presence of haemoglobin LeporeWashington (=LeporeBoston) in a Greek Cypriot family and provided further evidence that, of the various types of Lepore mutants, only one is common in the Mediterranean area. Two individuals in this family were heterozygous for both Hb Lepore and beta thalassaemia, but they exhibited striking differences in the clinical severity and course of the disease. The data illustrate that additional environmental or genetic factors play roles in determining or modifying the pathophysiological consequences of highly specific molecular defects and, thus, their ultimate clinical phenotypes.  (+info)

(3/126) Surveillance of HIV in the army of the Republic of Cyprus (SHARC); rationale, design, and implementation of an inexpensive system.

OBJECTIVES: To design and implement an HIV surveillance system using periodic cross sectional prevalence surveys in National Guard recruits of the Republic of Cyprus. METHODS: HIV infection surveillance used unlinked anonymous screening (UAS) methodology, which tested residual blood originally collected for other purposes. Residual blood from samples collected for ABO blood group typing at intake and samples from blood collected for hepatitis testing at discharge was used. Screening was unlinked and anonymous. RESULTS: The system operated for four semiannual recruitment seasons: summer 1998 to the end of winter 2000. No recruits screened at entry into the ranks tested positive. CONCLUSIONS: This was the first large scale HIV surveillance project in Cyprus. Without nationwide HIV surveys, periodic measurements of prevalence could lead to estimates of HIV incidence and provide insights on temporal changes in HIV infection rates. The prevalence data collected provide useful epidemiological information about the status of the HIV epidemic in this segment of the population in Cyprus.  (+info)

(4/126) Accessibility of health and social services to immigrant elders: the Islington Study.

BACKGROUND: Numbers of immigrant elders are increasing and it is unclear whether they can access services. AIMS: To examine service utilisation of older immigrants compared with their UK-born counterparts and relate it to health difficulties. Method Cross-sectional study in inner London measuring service use, mental health and disability. RESULTS: A total of 1085 people aged > or = 65 years were interviewed. Independent predictors of contact with a general practitioner included being born in Cyprus. Cypriots were the only immigrant population to report significantly more somatic symptoms than those born in the UK (P=0.005). Africans and Caribbeans used day care and other social services most frequently. CONCLUSIONS: Immigrants could access services. Africans and Caribbeans appear to have poorer physical health and thus have greater contact with services. Cypriots who experience depression may present with prominent somatic symptoms. This is likely to be due to a different idiom of distress.  (+info)

(5/126) Isolation of Coxiella burnetii by a centrifugation shell-vial assay from ticks collected in Cyprus: detection by nested polymerase chain reaction (PCR) and by PCR-restriction fragment length polymorphism analyses.

Ticks are the principal vectors and reservoirs of Coxiella burnetii. The identification of isolates is necessary for understanding the clinical diversity of Q fever in different geographic areas. This is the first report of isolation of C. burnetii from ticks by the shell-vial assay and by nested polymerase chain reaction (PCR) assay for the detection of this pathogen in ticks. Of 141 ticks collected in Cyprus (Rhipicephalus sanguineus and Hyalloma spp.), 10% were found to be infected with C. burnetii. Three ticks were positive by hemolymph test, and 11 triturated ticks were positive by nested PCR. Three isolates were obtained by the centrifugation shell-vial technique. Analysis by PCR, then restriction fragment length polymorphism showed that the 3 Cyprus isolates had identical restriction profiles to reference strains Nine Mile and Q212. The methods described are useful in studying the epidemiology and ecology of C. burnetii.  (+info)

(6/126) Autosomal-dominant medullary cystic kidney disease type 1: clinical and molecular findings in six large Cypriot families.

BACKGROUND: Autosomal-dominant medullary cystic kidney disease (ADMCKD), a hereditary chronic interstitial nephropathy, recently attracted attention because of the cloning or mapping of certain gene loci, namely NPHP1, NPHP2 and NPHP3 for familial juvenile nephronophthisis (NPH) and MCKD1 and MCKD2 for the adult form of medullary cystic kidney disease. Our aim was to present and discuss the clinical, biochemical, sonographic and histopathological findings in six large Cypriot families in whom molecular analysis has confirmed linkage to the MCKD1 locus on chromosome 1q21. METHODS: The clinical, biochemical, sonographic and histopathological findings in 186 members of six large Cypriot families with ADMCKD-1 are presented. Creatinine clearance was calculated according to the Cockroft-Gault formula and was corrected to a body surface area (BSA) of 1.73 m2. DNA linkage analysis was performed with previously identified flanking polymorphic markers. RESULTS: This disease is characterized by the absence of urinary findings in the vast majority of patients, leading to end-stage renal failure (ESRF) at a mean age of 53.7 years. Hypertension and hyperuricemia are common, especially in males, the former encountered more frequently in advanced chronic renal failure (CRF). Gout has been noted in a small percentage of male patients. Loss of urinary concentrating ability was not a prominent early feature of the disease, while severe natriuresis was observed in a few males toward ESRF. Renal cysts are mainly corticomedullary or medullary, and they are present in about 40.3% of patients and appear more frequently near ESRF. CONCLUSION: ADMCKD type 1 is a common cause of ESRF among our dialysis population. The disease is difficult to diagnose clinically, particularly in the early stage when renal cysts are not usually present, making them a weak diagnostic finding. A dominant pattern of inheritance and DNA linkage analysis are helpful in the diagnosis of this disease.  (+info)

(7/126) Differences in physical activity levels between urban and rural school children in Cyprus.

This study attempted to examine differences in physical activity levels between urban and rural primary school children. The sample consisted of 256 Greek-Cypriot children and their parents from two schools representing urban areas and three schools representing rural areas. Children's activity levels were assessed for 4 weekdays in the winter and for 4 weekdays in the summer using a pedometer (DW-200; Yamax, Tokyo, Japan). Daily step counts were used to describe children's activity levels. Parents completed a questionnaire assessing environmental variables in both seasons. Two-way ANOVAs indicated that urban school children were significantly more active in winter than rural school children (means = 13,583 +/- 4,313 versus 12 436 +/- 3610, P < 0.001) and that rural school children were significantly more active in the summer (means = 16,450 +/- 5134 versus 14,531 +/- 4,901, P < 0.001). Parents of children in rural schools reported more space available in the garden and in the neighbourhoods, and safer neighbourhoods than parents of children in urban schools, whereas children in urban schools had more exercise equipment available at home and were transported more frequently to places where they could be physically active. Results of this study suggest that intervention programmes to promote physical activity need to consider seasonal and geographical location differences in physical activity levels.  (+info)

(8/126) A scrapie epidemic in Cyprus.

Scrapie is endemic in the sheep flocks of many countries, but good epidemiological information on this disease is scarce. Data on the initial stages of an epidemic are even more rare. We describe the ongoing epidemic of scrapie in Cyprus that has been tracked since it began in the mid-1980s. The early stages of the spread of scrapie from farm to farm, between 1985 and 2000, is analysed with a simple mathematical model. The flock-to-flock basic reproductive number (R0) for the spread of scrapie was estimated at between 1.4 and 1.8. The impact of interventions on the control of the epidemic are discussed from an epidemiological and economic point of view. Early identification of scrapie cases on farms can have a large impact on the number of farms affected. The long period before detection of disease in a flock means that policies based on whole-flock slaughter can be inefficient in preventing spread. Under a range of scenarios, a concentration of resources on early detection and quarantine may be more effective in terms of both the costs and control of the epidemic.  (+info)



Nicosia


  • Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, left, and President of the Parliament Yiannakis Omirou walk toward the parliament following a meeting in capital Nicosia, Cyprus , Monday, March 18, 2013. (washingtontimes.com)

bailout


  • FINANCE Minister Michalis Sarris has resigned, hours after a judicial probe was launched into how Cyprus was pushed to the verge of bankruptcy before having to agree a crippling eurozone bailout. (news.com.au)
  • Anastasiades thanked Sarris for his 'valuable services during the difficult negotiations with the troika' of international lenders that agreed to provide Cyprus with a 10 billion euro ($A12.4 billion) bailout. (news.com.au)
  • In the long night between March 15-16, Cyprus' finance minister accepted a bailout deal for his heavily indebted country that dragged the euro zone back into crisis mode, fast. (cnbc.com)

Turkish Republ


  • The northern part has been controlled by Turkish military forces since 1974, and has been known as the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus since 1983. (conservapedia.com)
  • With the election of President Demetris Christofias in the Republic of Cyprus, relations between the Republic of Cyprus and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus have thawed somewhat, and peace talks between the divided people are due to commence in June 2008 with the ultimate aim or reuniting the island. (conservapedia.com)

Republic of Cyp


  • As the two regions are nearly completely separate from a traveller's point of view, this article will concentrate on the southern territory governed by the Republic of Cyprus. (wikitravel.org)
  • So far, only Turkey recognizes the TRNC, while all other governments and the United Nations recognize only the government of the Republic of Cyprus over the whole island. (wikitravel.org)
  • The United Kingdom retains two small Overseas Territories on the area of the Republic of Cyprus, called Akrotiri and Dhekelia, comprised of a few parts of villages and two military bases. (wikitravel.org)
  • The southern part of the island is controlled by the Republic of Cyprus, which is recognized by the majority of the world and is a member of the European Union and the United Nations . (conservapedia.com)
  • The Greek Cypriot-controlled Republic of Cyprus retains most elements of the presidential system of government expressed in the constitution, although it has cited the Turkish Cypriots' "withdrawal from government" and the "law of necessity" to enact structural changes that allow "effective governance. (conservapedia.com)

Mediterranean Sea


  • Cyprus (Greek Κύπρος , Turkish Kıbrıs , ) is an island in the Mediterranean Sea, south of Turkey . (wikitravel.org)
  • After Sicily and Sardinia , Cyprus is the third largest island in the Mediterranean Sea. (wikitravel.org)
  • Cyprus is an island nation in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea . (conservapedia.com)

Greek


  • Studying at UCLan Cyprus English is widely spoken, and is the language of instruction at the University, but there will also be opportunities for students who do not come from Cyprus to learn Greek by taking study electives in the language. (telegraph.co.uk)

Crisis


  • NEW YORK (AP) -- Gold ended lower on Friday, as investors looked for signs that the banking crisis in Cyprus could be resolved before long and the stock market regained some of its losses for the week. (yahoo.com)

Regions


  • Cyprus is divided into 6 administrative regions, each named for its administrative capital. (wikitravel.org)

government


  • In part the operation was meant to influence the Government of Cyprus not to implement ACTA. (youtube.com)
  • The Government of Cyprus, using the potential of an attack by Anonymous, has manipulated the public opinion. (youtube.com)
  • The Media spread fear and panic in Cyprus and then in Greece misinforming the people that Anonymous intended to attack the Government to provoke chaos. (youtube.com)
  • Our collective has realized, along with many of the people of Cyprus, that ACTA violates our freedom and our Government, the Government of Cyprus, is responsible for allowing this law to be introduced in our country without talk to the people about this, Secret. (youtube.com)
  • Anonymous Cyprus is issuing a declaration of a War against ACTA and a statement to the Cyprus Government. (youtube.com)
  • Since 1974, Cyprus has been divided de facto into the government-controlled two-thirds of the island and the remaining one-third of the island, which is administered by Turkish Cypriots. (conservapedia.com)

island


  • We offer joint subject degrees so this is a unique element to studying at UCLan Cyprus which is not available at other universities on the island. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • In October 2012, UCLan Cyprus opened its doors to the state-of-the-art campus and facilities - the first British university to build its own satellite campus on the island. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • For travel information regarding the remainder of the island, read our Northern Cyprus article. (wikitravel.org)
  • Cyprus International Press Service sells maps of the whole island of Cyprus and regional maps. (wikitravel.org)
  • Central bank official Yiangos Demetriou told state radio meanwhile that savers in the island's largest lender, Bank of Cyprus, would also be able to access 10 per cent of their deposits over 100,000 euros. (news.com.au)

finance minister


  • CYPRUS' finance minister, Michalis Sarris, says he is stepping down because he will need to co-operate with judges probing the failure of Laiki Bank. (news.com.au)

Country


  • Many Russian businesses that have registered in the country have profited from Cyprus' lenient tax laws. (cnbc.com)

visit


  • For more information, visit this webpage of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Cyprus . (wikitravel.org)

known


  • Situated on the southern coast of Cyprus, Larnaka is known for its beautiful clean beaches, great food and vibrant nightlife. (telegraph.co.uk)

member


  • Cyprus is a member of the Schengen Agreement but has not yet fully implemented it. (wikitravel.org)
  • Cyprus is the only member state of the EU with a Communist leader. (conservapedia.com)
  • In taking on the responsibility of being an open and independent coordinator for .NET and SQL Server community in Cyprus, CDNUG places a high priority on listening to the needs of its member and responding to them with tangible - and workable - initiatives. (google.com)

responsible


  • The Ministry of Health of Cyprus is responsible for the organization of the health care system and the provision of state-financed health care services. (who.int)

President


  • Cyprus ' president is briefing lawmakers ahead of a crucial parliamentary vote on a controversial levy on bank deposits that the cash-strapped country's creditors have demanded in exchange for a euro10 billion (US$13 billion) rescue package. (washingtontimes.com)

university


  • U CLan Cyprus offers students a unique university experience, combining world-class teaching, underpinned by leading research, with a beautiful Mediterranean climate at a brand new state-of-the-art campus. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • As Cyprus' most economically important city, it's the perfect location for a University and its student community. (telegraph.co.uk)
  • To compliment UCLan Cyprus' state-of-the-art campus, brand new accommodation has been developed to provide students with a luxury living experience and is available to all students studying at the university. (telegraph.co.uk)

high


  • UCLan Cyprus also boasts a portfolio of high calibre teaching staff, with all academic staff research active and PhD qualified, ensuring that students are taught by professionals who are experts in their fields. (telegraph.co.uk)

However


  • All other nationals who are required to have a visa (including visa-exempt nationalities such as New Zealanders and Australians), however, must produce a passport which has at least 3 months' validity beyond their period of stay in Cyprus. (wikitravel.org)

offers


  • UCLan Cyprus offers the opportunity to gain a degree in a wide variety of courses such as Business, Law, Computing, Maths, Hospitality and Tourism - all taught in English. (telegraph.co.uk)

stay


  • EU, EEA and Swiss citizens need only produce a national ID card or passport which is valid for the entirety of their stay in Cyprus. (wikitravel.org)
  • British holidaymakers, looking to reduce costs during the financial downturn, can now book to stay at the 56-bedroom easyHotel Larnaca, Cyprus, which is part of the easyGroup. (telegraph.co.uk)

study


  • A package costs £9,000 a year for UK students to study at UCLan Cyprus. (telegraph.co.uk)

course


  • Our degree programmes are joint UCLan UK and UCLan Cyprus awards, and as such, the same modules for each course are delivered in both the UK and Cyprus. (telegraph.co.uk)