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Media Watch 2010

15 December 2010
The Mirror
Apprentice hopeful Jamie Lester has been accused of brokering dodgy property deals in the disputed area of Northern Cyprus.
08 November 2010
The Times
The most important strategic decision facing the EU is its future relationship with Turkey. The UK's position has long been clear and bipartisan — full Turkish membership of the EU as soon as possible.
13 October 2010
Cyprus Mail
CYPRUS Turkish Airlines, known as KTHY, has lost its bid in the Court of Appeal to overturn the ban on flights from the UK to the north.
05 October 2010
Guardian comment
The chief EU negotiator for Turkey has put forward a proposal to ease member states' concerns – but there are strings attached.
02 July 2010
BBC Online
Last month Turks found they could not access many Google services. YouTube is already banned. The BBC's Jonathan Head looks at this brewing battle between Turkey and one of the giants of the internet.
08 May 2010
Cyprus Weekly
President Christofias has stressed that Turkey must give new Turkish Cypriot leader Dervis Eroglu the green light for effective negotiations for a real reunified, federal Cyprus.
26 March 2010
The Irish Times
For Greek Cypriots who lost homes and businesses, a fair property settlement is key…
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos II visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos ?? visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos II visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos I visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos I visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos II visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos II visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
23 March 2010
Cyprus News Agency
Thirty six years after the Turkish invasion, the Primate of the Greek Orthodox Church in Cyprus, Archbishop Chrysostomos II visited on Monday the holy monastery of Apostle Andreas, located in the Karpass Peninsula, on the northeastern tip of the island.
20 January 2010
The Age, Australia
Before becoming special United Nations envoy to Cyprus