# cyprus - Today’s News
The piece of art wasn’t insured. Ouch.
# cyprus - Monday 14 July, 2014
Complaint criticises Turkish settlement activity in breakaway northern Cyprus.
# cyprus - Tuesday 3 June, 2014
Not content with scoring the winning goal in the Cypriot league decider, the Cavan man had Rio and Jody over for tea.
# cyprus - Sunday 1 June, 2014
The Cavan footballer scored the only goal in a narrow win.
# cyprus - Friday 28 March, 2014
The €300 limit was intended to prevent a run on the country’s banks.
# cyprus - Monday 30 December, 2013
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# cyprus - Thursday 21 November, 2013
The country was one of the first to embrace Bitcoins after people moved their savings to the online currency following its controversial bailout.
# cyprus - Tuesday 1 October, 2013
The biggest increases in unemployment were in Greece and Cyprus. Ireland is seventh worst out of the 28 EU members.
# cyprus - Friday 27 September, 2013
The crisis-hit nation has now received half of the package it was pencilled to get from the ESM.
# cyprus - Friday 6 September, 2013
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# cyprus - Thursday 29 August, 2013
However, the country said they are not deploying them to take part in military action against Syria.
# cyprus - Friday 5 July, 2013
The investigation will focus on possible offences between 2006 and 2013 committed by individuals who are potentially responsible for the economic crisis.
# cyprus - Wednesday 15 May, 2013
The IMF said the money is intended to stabilise the country’s ravage financial system.
# cyprus - Tuesday 16 April, 2013
While other countries are showing signs of difficulty, it’s Spain’s deterioration which could bring the euro crisis to its most dangerous point, writes Tom McDonnell, who asks where Europe goes from here?
# cyprus - Friday 12 April, 2013
The restrictions were imposed to prevent a run on the banks during the dramatic Cyprus bailout.
# cyprus - Saturday 6 April, 2013
The EU needs to either get on with integration, proper banking and political union or separate into amicable trading partners and neighbours, writes Aaron McKenna.
# cyprus - Thursday 4 April, 2013
The head of the European Central Bank was speaking as the eurozone’s central bank left interest rates unchanged at 0.75 per cent today.
Tamer Fakahany, a deputy managing editor with Associated Press, recalls the displacement of Cypriots he witnessed as a boy – and why its present travails have inspired him to return with his young son.
# cyprus - Tuesday 2 April, 2013
Michalis Sarris had been chariman of Laiki Bank, whose failure was a major contributor to the island’s major financial problems.
# cyprus - Saturday 30 March, 2013
Senior Bank of Cyprus official Mario Skandalis confirmed the figures, although he said they had not been finalised and a final announcement was expected by Monday.
# cyprus - Friday 29 March, 2013
The regulator made the announcement to clarify the capital control rules it introduced this week to prevent a run on the country’s banks.
Nicos Anastasiades has also thanked the Cypriot public for their “maturity and collectedness” as the banks reopened.
The Cypriot case demonstrates that the European authorities are now prepared to cross the rubicon into the appropriation of deposits. It seems clear that this crisis has seen the Eurozone enter a new and dangerous phase, writes John O’Brennan.
# cyprus - Thursday 28 March, 2013
The restrictions on withdrawals, cashing of cheques and taking money abroad will be lifted within a month, the country’s foreign minister said today.
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# cyprus - Wednesday 27 March, 2013
A limit of €300 will be placed on withdrawals.
Fine Gael’s Sean Kelly says there’s “no connection whatsoever” between the situations in Ireland and in Cyprus.
# cyprus - Tuesday 26 March, 2013
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# cyprus - Monday 25 March, 2013
Earlier it had been reported that all banks, aside from the country’s two biggest financial institutions, would reopen tomorrow.
The people of Cyprus are no strangers to losing their belongings, as history has shown, writes Yiota Demetriou – who questions why her country is getting the short end of the stick.
Jeroen Dijsselbloem had earlier said the Cyprus template – where depositors and bondholders are hit before governments – is the new model for how troubled banks will be handled. He has since clarified the remarks.
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A failure to reach a deal could have seen the country exit the Euro.
# cyprus - Sunday 24 March, 2013
Bailouts! Deposit levies! Leaving the euro? It’s all been happening in the last ten days.
Speaking in Brussels ahead of crunch talks on a proposed bailout for Cyprus, Finance Minister Noonan said he expected to reach a deal but that it will be a long night.
Ministers will hold a last-ditch meeting to decide whether Cyprus will get a bailout – or be forced to leave the euro.
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# cyprus - Saturday 23 March, 2013
Elmar Brok, the chair of the European Parliament’s Foreign Affairs Committee, has admitted he can foresee a situation where Cyprus could exit the single currency and said that authorities underestimated the current situation there.
The Troika are in Cyprus for intensive talks, while Nicos Anastasiades could yet lead a delegation to Brussels this afternoon.