North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 12th October 2019

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 12th October 2019North Cyprus News from the current Cyprus Today front page has been summarised and should there be any other news worth reading we’ll include it too.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 5th October 2019

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 5th October 2019Here are a few summaries of articles which may be of interest to someone, you never know. The main article could be summarised in a few words – expats are confused. They shouldn’t be, it’s simple, now over 60’s expats will have to apply for residency if they want to stay in North Cyprus for longer than 90 days, probably.

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Two Billion Tourists Expected to Visit North Cyprus Next Year, Says Minister

A Billion Tourists Expected to Visit North Cyprus Next Year, Says MinisterNorth Cyprus newspaper Daily Hakikat (03.10.19) has reported that North Cyprus Minister of Tourism and Environment, Unal Ustel, speaking to Hakikat Web TV, said that with the slogan “Let’s make the two million tourists become two billion” is the North Cyprus tourist goal for the number of tourists who will be visiting the TRNC next year.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 28th September 2019

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 28th September 2019If you want up to date North Cyprus News then Cyprus Today is not the best source. I suggest going online and using some of the better websites there, specialising on North Cyprus News. For example, North Cyprus Free Press. It’s a wonderful publication – only saying.

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Ferry From Cyprus to Rhodes and Piraeus Next Summer

Ferry From Cyprus to Rhodes and Piraeus Next SummerThe Cypriot Shipping Ministry has announced plans to launch a ferry link connecting Cyprus and Greece, starting in May 2020, just in time for the peak summer season. According to reports in the Greek City Times, the ferry service will run once a week between the busy months of May to September and once every fortnight during the rest of the year.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 21st September 2019

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 21st September 2019In the UK, newspapers like Cyprus Today would be pushed through your letterbox for free and would be skimmed in 5 minutes before ending up at the bottom of the parrot cage. The idea of a Front Page is to set the scene with scintillating articles aimed to persuade you to read further or, in the case of Cyprus Today, to buy it. It doesn’t succeed with this edition, in my opinion.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 14th September 2019

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 14th September 2019This week’s Cyprus Today adds details to some of the articles already published on NCFP. North Cyprus News is best followed online as newspapers usually carry out of date news. I don’t know why Cyprus Today hasn’t moved into the internet in a much bigger way than it has, using adverts to monetise its online presence in the same way as the paper version – with adverts. Oh well.

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Many Injuries After Munitions Depot Explosion in Catalkoy in North Cyprus

Many Injuries After Munitions Depot Explosion in Catalkoy in North CyprusAccording to Bayrak television (12.09.19, https://www.brtk.net/patlamalarda-can-kaybi-yasanmadi/), a series of severe explosions occurred in the village of Çatalköy on Thursday early morning at a munitions depot. A fire broke after the initial explosion.

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The Enforcement of North Cyprus Ex-Pat 90-Day Visas to Be Tightened

The Enforcement of North Cyprus Ex-Pat 90-Day Visas to Be TightenedAccording to the North Cyprus daily Havadis (09.09.19) the North Cyprus Minister of Interior, Aysegul Baybars, has announced that new more “tight regulations” for entering the North will come into force on 23 October 2019.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 7th September 2019

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 7th September 2019This week’s Cyprus Today has very little local news worth reading but here are a few articles plus the first few paragraphs to help you decide whether you want to spend £1.50 buying the newspaper.

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