Friday, December 13, 2013
From Dingle to Nicosia via Madrid and Valletta, young adults will be targeted in a major information campaign about their rights in consumer cr(...)
Cyprus will receive €1 billion from the International Monetary Fund as part of the €10 billion rescue package it agreed late in March with euro(...)
Big depositors in Cyprus's largest bank stand to lose far more than initially feared under a European Union rescue package to save the island f(...)
Cyprus has no intention of leaving the European single currency, the island's president saidtoday, assuring Cypriots the situation was "contain(...)
Angry Cypriots queued to withdraw money yesterday as banks reopened for the first time in nearly two weeks under a regime of strict capital con(...)
Patience and perseverance rather than panic marked the sorrowful opening of Cypriot banks at noon yesterday after a 10-day holiday.
Chancellor Angela Merkel has welcomed yesterday’s agreement with Cyprus for sparing taxpayers with (...)
The week began with sketchy details of a Cypriot bailout trickling out of Brussels in the early hours of Saturday. It ended with chaos and ange(...)
Finance ministers of the 17-nation euro zone will hold talks on Sunday on the bailout crisis in Cyprus.
The meeting has been scheduled a(...)
The queue at the cash point at the Laiki Bank in Ayios Dhometios has been six to eight people long throughout the day and it takes about 15 min(...)
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