The proportion of babies born out of wedlock has increased more than eightfold in Cyprus since 2000, from 2.3 per cent to 19.1 per cent in 2016, Eurostat data published on Monday show. Back in 1986 just 0.5 per cent of babies were born out of wedlock in Cyprus, rising only to 1.5 per cent […] The post Huge increase in numbers of babies born out of wedlock appeared first on Cyprus Mail. (Date:04/16/2018 15:07) Read full article >>

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