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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 02-05-12

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From: The Cyprus News Agency at <http://www.cyna.org.cy>


CONTENTS

  • [01] Archbishop's state of health "stable", say doctors in Athens
  • [02] Crotia supports a just and viable solution in Cyprus
  • [03] Spokesman: Palestinians should leave by Wednesday

  • [01] Archbishop's state of health "stable", say doctors in Athens

    1045:CYPPRESS:01

    Archbishop's state of health "stable", say doctors in Athens

    Nicosia, May 12 (CNA) -- Archbishop Chrysostomos, flown by an air ambulance to a specialized hospital in Athens, is in a "stable condition and he communicates with his surroundings", doctors have said.

    A medical bulletin, issued late Saturday, said "doctors continue to offer the Archbishop all the necessary medical care" and noted that his journey from Cyprus to "Evangelismos" hospital in the Greek capital was uneventful.

    A new medical bulletin will be issued on Monday.

    [02] Crotia supports a just and viable solution in Cyprus

    1220:CYPPRESS:02

    Croatia supports a just and viable solution in Cyprus

    Nicosia, May 12 (CNA) -- President of the Croat Parliament Zaltko Tomcic has said his country fully supports a just and viable solution of the Cyprus problem and expressed hope that soon Cyprus and its people will be reunited.

    [03] Spokesman: Palestinians should leave by Wednesday

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    Spokesman: Palestinians should leave by Wednesday

    Nicosia, May 12 (CNA) -- Government Spokesman Michalis Papapetrou has said that the 13 Palestinians, hosted here after the end of the siege of the Church of Nativity in Bethlehem, should leave by Wednesday at the latest.

    "According to the agreed arrangement which ended the siege of the Church of Nativity, the 13 Palestinians we are playing host to temporarily, should leave Cyprus in the first days of this week, specifically Tuesday or Wednesday at the latest," Papapetrou told CNA today.

    The 13 Palestinians arrived on the island Friday morning amid strict security measures. Twelve of them are staying at a local seaside hotel under police guard, for their own protection. One is in hospital where he underwent surgery as a result of injuries he sustained during the siege.


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