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2013-05-17 23:20:55

Inspired by Coco´s Closet owner´s own battle with cancer, the merchandise follows a new attitude toward cancer evidenced by announcements by celebrities like Angelina Jolie and CNN´s Zoraida Sambolin about their own cancer decisions. St. Augustine, FL (PRWEB) May 17, 2013 When businesswoman Carolyn Akel, owner of Coco´s Closet, fought and won a battle with cancer last year. Her mantra to friends and family was “I have no time for cancer.” This year she´s...

2012-10-10 04:02:49

iNet Entertainment´s “iCan Get It” point, click, buy technology is leading the way in monetizing video with retailer products in a seamless and highly effective way St. Augustine, FL (PRWEB) October 09, 2012 The Internet can be a noisy place and in order to stand out amongst the social media strategies and email marketing tactics a company needs an edge. To offer that edge, retail consultancy group Akel Ventures is partnering with iNet Entertainment to offer its innovative...

2008-06-24 06:02:31

Text of report in English by Greek Cypriot news agency CNA Nicosia, Jun 23 (CNA) - Leading government party, left wing AKEL [Progressive Party of the Working People] has decided to vote against the Lisbon Treaty a week before the debate at the House of Representatives Plenary which is expected to approve the Treaty.As Cyprus is set to ratify Lisbon treaty on 3rd July, the Movement of Ecologists-Environmentalists, which discussed the issue yesterday, has decided to abstain from the voting to...

2006-05-21 13:22:44

By Michele Kambas and Jean Christou NICOSIA (Reuters) - Cyprus voters bolstered President Tassos Papadopoulos in a parliamentary election on Sunday, applauding a government that has threatened to veto Turkey's EU entry talks. Parties that backed a 2004 U.N. peace plan for the divided Mediterranean island saw support erode, while those that fought it won wider voter approval, led by Papadopoulos's Democratic Party which had the biggest gains. With nearly all votes counted, his party...

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