CNA News – CNA – Rebekah Gregoriades – CYPRUS/Nicosia 16/04/2018 14:54

President Anastasiades to meet British PM in London, on the sidelines of CHOGM

President of the Republic of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades flies to London on Tuesday to participate in the Commonwealth Heads of Government Meeting, from April 18 to 20 and meet the British Prime Minister.

Cyprus President and Turkish Cypriot leader meet tonight over dinner, hosted by the UN

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci are meeting tonight over dinner, at the residence of the UN Secretary General’s Special Representative and Deputy Special Adviser on Cyprus Elizabeth Spehar, in the UN-controlled buffer zone.

Conservative MPs urge Theresa May to express support for Cyprus talks resumption

Theresa May has been urged by five Conservative Party MPs with strong affiliation with Cyprus to use tomorrow’s meeting with President Nicos Anastasiades to express support for the resumption of talks between the two sides in Cyprus.

Six out of ten babies in France born outside marriage, almost two out of ten in Cyprus, in 2016

Over 5.1 million babies were born in the European Union (EU) in 2016. according to Eurostat the statistical service of the EU. In eight of the 28 Member States, the majority of babies were born outside marriage, while in eight other member States two-thirds of babies were born to married parents.

Apollon and APOEL achieve great victories for Cyprus football League

Apollon of Limassol and APOEL of Nicosia have achieved great victories over AEL and Omonia in the framework of match day 6 of the second phase of the Cyprus League. The Match Day wraps up on Monday at 19:00 with the game between Alki and Ermis. Results of Match Day 6 of the second phase of the League are as follows: Group A: APOEL-Omonia 4-1, AEL – Apollon 0-2, AEK-Anorthosis 1-1. Group B’: Doxa-Olympiakos 5-0, Paphos -Nea Salamina 1-2. Standings: Group A’: Apollon 76, APOEL 74, Anorthosis 65, AEK 62, AEL 54, Omonia 44. Group B’: Doxa 43, Ermis 39 (31 games), Nea Salamina 36, Alki 35 (31 games), Paphos 32, Olympiakos 23.

Source: Cyprus News Agency