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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 07-09-12

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


CONTENTS

  • [01] CYPRUS - ARTEMIDA - REBUILDING
  • [02] UNIVERSITY - EUROPEAN CENTRE
  • [03] BAGHDATIS - CHINA OPEN

  • [01] CYPRUS - ARTEMIDA - REBUILDING

    The cost of rebuilding a Greek village, destroyed by the recent fires, is estimated to reach 14 million euro, a Cyprus ministerial committee has said.

    The committee was set up to deal with all the practical issues deriving from a government decision to undertake the cost of rebuilding the Greek village of Artemida, struck by the devastating fires that hit Greece this year.

    It was briefed by a five-member delegation of Cypriot technocrats, who have returned from Artemida where they evaluated the extensive damage suffered during the recent fires.

    [02] UNIVERSITY - EUROPEAN CENTRE

    As of this academic year, the University of Cyprus will be hosting a European Centre of Excellence, which aims at promoting research and education in European integration matters.

    A University of Cyprus press release says that the European Centre of Excellence, founded as part of the EU Jean Monnet programme, ``will be studying European institutions and policies and promoting national and international cooperation and activities``.

    [03] BAGHDATIS - CHINA OPEN

    China Open defending Champion Marcos Baghdatis advanced to the quarterfinals on Wednesday, after beating 92 seeded Serbian Boris Pashanski with 2-0 (6-4, 6-4) sets for the tournament`s second round.

    In the quarterfinals, the 18th seeded Cypriot player will face Croatia`s Ivan Ljubicic who beat earlier Victor Troicki with 2-0 (6-1,6-1).


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