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Fight to protect haloumi could deepen the enmity on this divided island
Report shows surge in cases where a British judge has to step in
Arsenal’s Rachel Yankey matched Peter Shilton’s caps’ record as a last-gasp header from Ellen White gave England a 1-0 victory over Canada in Rotherham.
'Actions and omissions' that led to crisis will be investigated by judges
In a speech laden with criticism of Europe’s currency union for “experimenting” with the island’s fate, the president of Cyprus has said the risk of bankruptcy has been contained and it has no intention of leaving the euro.
Fears for jobs, banks and other industries are high
Restrictions could be fully lifted in a month, Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides says
Limits imposed on cash transfers as island scrambles to prevent a run on its banks
In Nicosia, Nathalie Savaricas finds the mood turning towards a drastic solution to ‘the pit of hell’ blamed on Brussels
Finance minister says 'significat progress' is being made with proposals expected as early as this evening
If you have booked a holiday but decide not to take it, what are your rights? If you go, how should you cope financially?
Banks could lose emergency funding within 72 hours, prompting exit from euro
The eurozone was still embroiled in an acrimonious dispute tonight over whose idea it was to impose a tax on the savings of ordinary depositors in Cypriot banks – a decision that has instigated a financial panic on the Mediterranean island and reactivated the wider eurozone sovereign debt crisis.
For many businesses, the wealthy expat community is the lifeblood of their local economy
People with less than €20,000 in the bank would not have to forfeit any savings under new proposals
England manager is getting it in the neck over Rio's call-up but, asks Sam Wallace, how else could he have handled it?