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  1. Our View: Trivial suits a major cause of clogged legal system
    THE government has set 2020 as the deadline for completing the reform of the justice system, which aims to cut the waiting time for court decisions by as much as a half. This would be an impressive ac …
  2. The outsized power of Hungary’s Viktor Orban
    By John Lloyd Closing a major university is a big deal. Created, staffed and maintained at large, usually public, expense, universities serve both a utilitarian and an idealistic purpose: to provide t …
  3. Sinister Trump motives linked to Cypriot diaspora meeting
      American Greek and Cypriot organisations are furious with the US news outlet Daily Beast, which slammed the International Coordinating Committee: Justice for Cyprus (Pseka) for holding its 34th annu …
  4. Three southbound lanes on Nicosia-Limassol highway closed
    Two of the three lanes of the southbound Nicosia to Limassol motorway near the GSP stadium will be closed from Wednesday evening until Thursday morning for roadworks, police said. The lanes in questio …
  5. Costa grabs lucky goal as relieved Spain beat Iran 1-0
    A scrappy second half goal by Diego Costa broke a Persian stonewall and lifted Spain to a 1-0 win over a courageous Iran in a nerve-jangling World Cup clash on Wednesday. Costa claimed his third goal …
  6. Protest over delays in moving Larnaca fuel storage units
    Hundreds of residents of Larnaca and Livadia municipalities staged a protest on Wednesday evening over the lack of progress in relocating of oil and gas storage units from their area. Accompanied by M …
  7. Denmark, Norway eye Kabul centre for minors denied asylum
    Denmark and Norway are working on establishing a centre in Kabul where unaccompanied Afghan minors who have been denied asylum can be sent back, the Danish and Norwegian governments said on Wednesday. …
  8. Iran vs Spain (Live updates)
    Spain defender Dani Carvajal has been recalled for Wednesday’s World Cup match against Iran, replacing Nacho from the starting side that drew with Portugal, after recovering from a hamstring injury. F …
  9. Bill seeks to limit tuition fee hikes by private schools
    A bill on private schools which would prohibit them from raising tuition fees of pupils unless previously agreed with parents is to be sent to the House plenum to vote, it was announced on Wednesday. …
  10. Putin revels in Russia’s unexpected World Cup form
    With the host team through to the knockout stages for the first time since the collapse of the Soviet Union, Russia’s World Cup is going better than even Vladimir Putin expected. Increasingly isolated …