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Cyprus 4.0: A young woman's view of online business | Cyprus Mail

Cyprus 4.0: A young woman's view of online business | Cyprus Mail

Cyprus

Kyriaki Raouna, 26, has been working in online business for about six years. For a discussion of online business, we don’t only want the point of view of experienced (and perhaps hard-bitten) businesspeople, but rather to get the sense of what it’s like just starting out. Kyriaki, who is a…
Cyprus Mail, 13 days ago

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TMC worker killed in Hooghly, 4 detained

TMC worker killed in Hooghly, 4 detained

India

Sources said he was assaulted with bamboo stick and rods at Khanakul’s Harish Chowk. Local residents later found his body and informed the police.
The Indian Express, 691 days ago

Predicted: Local

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Tourism season means increased crime - Cyprus Mail

Tourism season means increased crime - Cyprus Mail

Cyprus

Paphos police are issuing a stark warning to tourists: don’t bring expensive jewellery with you; use cards not cash, and keep your passport with you at all times. The warning is in response to the rise in burglaries and thefts as the summer tourist season gets underway. Police and local...
Cyprus Mail, 691 days ago

Predicted: Local

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U.S. allies balk at blaming Iran for tanker attack

U.S. allies balk at blaming Iran for tanker attack

Iran

A day after two oil tankers were attacked in the Gulf of Oman, some U.S. allies were reluctant to join the Trump administration in blaming Iran for the incident as conflicting accounts emerged, the Foreign Policy said on Friday.
Tehran Times, 692 days ago

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Finding solutions - KuenselOnline

Finding solutions - KuenselOnline

Bhutan

There is more confusion for those in the boulder export business. Some, in Phuentsholing, have resum
Kuensel, 693 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Additional allowance for teachers only in 2020 - Kuensel

Additional allowance for teachers only in 2020 - Kuensel

Bhutan

Even though the pay revision Bill, which proposes the lion’s share of allowances to teachers, gets e
Kuensel, 698 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Kissonerga eyes lucrative cruise ship tourism - Cyprus Mail

Kissonerga eyes lucrative cruise ship tourism - Cyprus Mail

Cyprus

By Bejay Browne   Kissonerga has welcomed the recent suggestion by President Nicos Anastasiades that the long-proposed new marina at nearby Potima bay could include a docking facility for cruise ships. The Paphos village community leader described it as a logical suggestion that would massively boost tourism in the area....
Cyprus Mail, 698 days ago

Predicted: Politics

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Bill seeks to cement organ-donor opt-ins  - Cyprus Mail

Bill seeks to cement organ-donor opt-ins  - Cyprus Mail

Cyprus

The House transport committee agreed this week to place before the plenum a bill seeking to deter family members of a deceased person who had agreed to donate organs upon their death from refusing to comply. A representative of the health ministry and the head of the road transport department...
Cyprus Mail, 699 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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Our View: It was time someone looked into the ‘sham positions’ at the palace - Cyprus Mail

Our View: It was time someone looked into the ‘sham positions’ at the palace - Cyprus Mail

Cyprus

IT WAS ABOUT time the House of Representatives started asking questions about the farce of the political advisors that are hired on contracts by the government. This is a scam devised by President Anastasiades to create jobs, paid for by the taxpayer, that can be shared out as favours to...
Cyprus Mail, 700 days ago

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Investing in teachers a laudable move - KuenselOnline

Investing in teachers a laudable move - KuenselOnline

Bhutan

The government’s allowance recommendation for teachers and health staff is welcome. It has been long
Kuensel, 701 days ago

Predicted: People and Culture

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