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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 09-08-27

Cyprus News Agency: News in English Directory - Previous Article - Next Article

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


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  • [01] CYPRIOT FIREFIGHTERS - GREECE
  • [02] APOEL - CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

  • [01] CYPRIOT FIREFIGHTERS - GREECE

    All teams from Cyprus, which had flown to Greece to help put out the raging wildfires, in northeastern Attiki, have returned home.

    The volunteer firefighters arrived at the Andreas Papandreou Airbase on two C-130 transport planes of the Greek Air Force.

    The Cypriot volunteers were welcomed by Interior Minister Neoclis Silikiotis.

    In his remarks, the Minister said that the Civil Defence Team, which arrived on Wednesday, is very experienced and is made up entirely of volunteers.

    [02] APOEL - CHAMPIONS LEAGUE

    FC APOEL of Nicosia has qualified for the Champions League groups, following a 3-1 win over Copenhagen on Wednesday evening.

    APOEL managed to overturn the 1-0 loss over Copenhagen in the first match in Denmark and became the second Cypriot team to qualify for the Champions League groups (the first was FC Anorthosis of Famagusta, which qualified last year).

    In a full house 22,000 home fans created a noisy atmosphere at the GSP stadium, in the hope that APOEL could achieve a landmark victory by reaching the next phase in a contest billed as the club`s most important in its 83-year history. Jubilant APOEL fans and football fans poured into the streets after the match to celebrate the teams impressive victory. Today`s dailies use banner headlines to mark the occasion.


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