North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 17th October 2020

North Cyprus NewsNorth Cyprus News on Cyprus Today front page on 17th October 2020 consists of an article about the Presidential election with Tatar replacing Akinci. Enough said.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 10th October 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 10th October 2020The North Cyprus News on the front page of the Cyprus Today on 10th October 2020 is about an election. Remember, it doesn’t matter who you vote for, politicians always win.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 3rd October 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 3rd October 2020The North Cyprus News on the front page of the Cyprus Today on 3rd October 2020 is mainly about hotels and governments suing about media posts and articles, an unfortunately regular occurrence in the area. In one case it is being pointed out that if you complain about the standard of a quarantine hotel and the hotel suffers then you’ll be sued. In that case I’d stick to posting anonymously on Tripadvisor.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 26th September 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 26th September 2020The North Cyprus News on the front page of  Cyprus Today on 26th September 2020 is sparse and just repeats what many already understood to be the case – relying on getting water from Turkey was misplaced. The only other story on the front page states the obvious, lots of jobs have been lost in the tourism sector of the North Cyprus economy.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 19th September 2020

NCFPNorth Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today on 19th September 2020 is all about speculating what might happen in the future. Quotes from people who believe they know what might happen, but are then proved to be wrong.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 12th September 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 12th September 2020The North Cyprus News on the front page of Cyprus Today 12th September 2020, is nothing but doom and gloom. Firstly, Covid-19 has returned with a vengeance and secondly the Turkish water pipeline is still out of action. Don’t bother traveling to the TRNC unless you want to spend 7 days in quarantine at your (great) expense.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 5th September 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 5th September 2020North Cyprus News on the front page of this week’s Cyprus Today on 5th September 2020 has very little to do with North Cyprus. It’s mainly about activities in the UK and South Cyprus. Apart from that, shock horror, we are told that it has been hot in Cyprus.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 29th August 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 29th August 2020The North Cyprus News on the front page of the Cyprus Today on 29th August 2020 consists of three articles. The main one is about a ‘surge’ in Covid cases, the second is about an ill ex-pat neglecting to call an ambulance when his wife fell and the final one is about the south selling passports.

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 22nd August 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 22nd August 2020North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 22nd August 2020The North Cyprus News in the Front Page of the Cyprus Today on 22nd August 2020 edition consists of three articles. The top one implies that ex-pat properties lost at auctions because an undisclosed mortgage was placed on them were now returned. When you read closer it turns out that what really happened was that a couple paid thousands to get an auction cancelled and restart the legal case. My guess is that they will lose that case after spending thousands more and then they’ll spend thousands to get that overturned and then…

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North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 15th August 2020

North Cyprus News - Cyprus Today 15th August 2020The Front Page North Cyprus News in Cyprus Today on 15th August 2020 consists of three articles that quite honestly are not worth reading. The main article suggests that a Greek and a Turkish warship collide during some sort of standoff that implies they were on a war footing. The facts however are that neither ship was damaged in the accident and the Greek ship continued on its way to take part in a joint exercise with another Greek warship and two French Navy ships, according to Janes.

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