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Cyprus Weekly

Cyprus Weekly
Type Weekly newspaper
Owner(s) CYWEEKLY LTD
Editor Bouli Hadjioannou
Founded 1979
Political alignment Independent
Headquarters Nicosia, Cyprus
Website www.incyprus.com.cy

The Cyprus Weekly is the top-selling English-language publication in Cyprus, with a circulation exceeding 14,000. It is an independent publication, without any political affiliations and is published every Saturday. It is part of the Phileleftheros group.

The newspaper features news items from through the week and includes a popular Lifestyle section. The newspaper's reporters include John Leonidou, Demetra Molyva, Melissa Hekkers, Annie Charalambous, Athena Karsera, Nicole Zeniou, Paul Malaos, Katerina Emmanouil and Katherine Pollard.

The editor in chief is Bouli Hadjioannou. The chief reporter is Charlie Charalambous while the sports editor is Soteris Charalambous. The photographer is Stefanos Kouratzis.

In 2013, The Cyprus Weekly launched a twin newspaper called The Cyprus Daily which is published between Monday and Friday.

The newspaper's official website is www.incyprus.com.cy


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