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Cyprus News Agency: News in English, 05-04-10

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


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  • [01] Cyprus President: Annan plan served foreign interests, was not balanced
  • [02] Cypriot bakery claims place in Guinness Book of Records

  • [01] Cyprus President: Annan plan served foreign interests, was not balanced

    1330:CYPPRESS:01

    Cyprus President: UN plan served foreign interests, was not balanced

    Nicosia, Apr 10 (CNA) -- Cyprus President Tassos Papadopoulos has told Greek and Turkish Cypriot young people that he is seeking a political settlement that would stand the test of time and serve the interests of the island's two communities.

    In an open dialogue with young people from both communities, he stressed that a UN-proposed solution plan (the Annan plan) was not ''uniquely balanced'', as some had claimed, and served the interests of Turkey and Britain.

    ''I do not believe that the Annan plan could work or be viable. We want a solution that can last and serve the two communities,'' he said, pointing out that ''unfortunately the primary objective of certain provisions of the plan was to serve foreign interests, Turkey's and Britain's.''

    [02] Cypriot bakery claims place in Guinness Book of Records

    1335:CYPPRESS:02

    Cypriot bakery claims place in Guinness Book of Records

    Pafos, Apr 10 (CNA) -- A local bakery is claiming a mention in the Guinness Book of Records for what it says is the biggest banana-cake in the world.

    Twelve persons have worked for five hours to make the cake, which used up 300 kilos of flour and an equal quantity of bananas. The cake is said to measure 100 metres.


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