Front Page North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 4th July 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 4th July 2020The Front Page North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 4th July 2020 consists of a single confusing article about people being banned from publishing criticism on the Internet, including a restaurant review. Good luck to North Cyprus trying to ban Trip Advisor or FaceBook. If you didn’t like something, it’s your opinion and anyone who criticises your opinion online, under these laws, could also open themselves up to legal action. How ridiculous, except for the lawyers who will get even richer.

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Kulaksiz 5 v Akfinans Bank - Back in Court

Kulaksiz 5 v Akfinans Bank - Back in CourtAccording to Cyprus Today the Kulaksiz 5 v Akfinans Bank case is back in court.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 27th June 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 27th June 2020The North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 27th June 2020 is a little weak. More road accidents after lock down because cars return to the roads and news about what happened when the VIPs were allowed to skip quarantine – party and shop.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 20th June 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 20th June 2020On this week’s North Cyprus News on the Cyprus Today 20th June 2020 front page is just one article and it’s about a corrupt lawmaker. He used his position to allow a group of wealthy people skip quarantine formalities. Doesn’t that sound like the Dominic Cummings fiasco in the UK. I hate to say it but it looks as if North Cyprus is showing how the UK should deal with corruption in high places.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 13th June 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 13th June 2020The Front Page North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 13th June 2020 says that British tourists aren’t welcome and if they still want to come even if they have a health certificate they’ll have to spend 14 days in quarantine. Oh, and a couple will pay £1020 for the privilege.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 6th June 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 6th June 2020North Cyprus News on the Cyprus Today 6th June 2020 front page consists of one article and that is that the TRNC government wants the crossings to the south opened on Monday, or not for a long time or not sure when depending on who you talk to in the government. Elsewhere, Cyprus Today asks whether the virus has boosted property sales and then quickly says no, prices have dropped 20%.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 30th May 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 30th May 2020North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 30th May 2020 kicks off with the only story it feels is worth putting on the front page. Almost copying the UK it seems that there are not enough lifeguards to protect swimmers. Excuse me, I’ve never seen one in the 15 years I’ve been swimming there. I guess they used to only go to the popular beaches and not to Alagadi beach.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 23rd May 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 23rd May 2020North Cyprus News on  the front page of Cyprus Today 23rd May 2020 has one story, there was a big fire and a million pounds worth of early warning camera system had previously been abandoned.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 16th May 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 16th May 2020North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 16th May 2020 still focuses on Corona virus and pushed the idea that North Cyprus is virus free while still not allowing you to buy a drink at a pub unlike in the restaurants that are open!

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Covid-19 Free North Cyprus Ready For Tourists

Covid-19 Free North Cyprus Ready For TouristsAccording to some sources, North Cyprus is now free of the Covid-19 virus and ready for tourists to start taking holidays there in the near future.  There have been no new cases since 19th April 2020 and only 108 cases in total since the first confirmed case in March. According to the Johns Hopkins University Coronavirus Resource Centre, North Cyprus is the only major European holiday destination with less than 110 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Seeing as North Cyprus, without tourists, has a population of 326 000 that would be the equivalent of the UK, with 66 million population, having 20 000 cases which is amazing.

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