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CYPRUS

Society,

NICOSIA - Despite a sigh of relief that the COVID-19 pandemic is on the downswing – if still causing cases, hospitalizations and deaths – there's concern on Cyprus about the appearance of a number of other viruses with winter looming.

Politics,

NICOSIA - A Turkish Naval base will reportedly be built almost at the tip of the Karpasia peninsula at the northernmost tip of Cyprus on the side that's been occupied since unlawful 1974 Turkish invasions.

NICOSIA - A Turkish Naval base will reportedly be built almost at the tip of the Karpasia peninsula at the northernmost tip of Cyprus on the side that's been occupied since unlawful 1974 Turkish invasions.
Society,

NICOSIA - Showing how difficult it is to slow, let alone stop, domestic violence and violence, Cyprus's Ombudswoman Maria Stylianou Lottides noted government failures to adopt the Istanbul Convention and the murder of 20 women on the island in the last four years.

NICOSIA - Showing how difficult it is to slow, let alone stop, domestic violence and violence, Cyprus's Ombudswoman Maria Stylianou Lottides noted government failures to adopt the Istanbul Convention and the murder of 20 women on the island in the last four years.
Society,

NICOSIA - A major project for the Cypriot capital Nicosia, the Mediterranean Hospitality Venture (MHV) is going on and by 2025 will include renovation of the Landmark Hotel into a 5-star development and two high-rise buildings.

NICOSIA - A major project for the Cypriot capital Nicosia, the Mediterranean Hospitality Venture (MHV) is going on and by 2025 will include renovation of the Landmark Hotel into a 5-star development and two high-rise buildings.

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Politics,

Anastasiades Will Again Meet Hardline Turkish-Cypriot Leader Tatar

NICOSIA - Amid worries that there's no hope of reunifying Cyprus more than 48 years after Turkish invasions seized and occupied the northern third of the island, the leaders of the two sides will talk.

NICOSIA - Amid worries that there's no hope of reunifying Cyprus more than 48 years after Turkish invasions seized and occupied the northern third of the island, the leaders of the two sides will talk.
Society,

Budget Airlines Wizz, Ryanair Add More Routes, Planes on Cyprus

NICOSIA - Cyprus is back with tourists during the waning COVID-19 pandemic, so much so now that low-cost airline Wizz Air is adding two more aircraft to its base in Larnaca and Ryanair will add five routes from Paphos in the summer of 2023 and double its fleet to four planes.

NICOSIA - Cyprus is back with tourists during the waning COVID-19 pandemic, so much so now that low-cost airline Wizz Air is adding two more aircraft to its base in Larnaca and Ryanair will add five routes from Paphos in the summer of 2023 and double its fleet to four planes.
Society,

Report: Cyprus Needs Support Facility for Rape Victims

NICOSIA — Cyprus needs to set up a facility offering comprehensive support for victims of sexual violence and rape as well as a central database for all incidents of violence against women to help law enforcement deal with the problem more effectively, a new report said Wednesday.

NICOSIA — Cyprus needs to set up a facility offering comprehensive support for victims of sexual violence and rape as well as a central database for all incidents of violence against women to help law enforcement deal with the problem more effectively, a new report said Wednesday.
Society,

Uncertified Cypriot Cheese Factories Can Still Export Halloumi

NICOSIA - Cyprus' famed “white gold” halloumi cheese that doesn't melt when grilled, making it so popular, can be sold outside the country by factories who still haven't been certified for its production.

NICOSIA - Cyprus' famed “white gold” halloumi cheese that doesn't melt when grilled, making it so popular, can be sold outside the country by factories who still haven't been certified for its production.
Society,

Briton Agrees to Manslaughter in Mercy Killing of Wife on Cyprus

ATHENS - A British man living on Cyprus with his wife will agree to a manslaughter plea that could see him released from prison over he said he killed her in an act of euthanasia because of her suffering from blood cancer.

ATHENS - A British man living on Cyprus with his wife will agree to a manslaughter plea that could see him released from prison over he said he killed her in an act of euthanasia because of her suffering from blood cancer.
Society,

Nigerian Woman Says Gang Raped in Cyprus Refugee Center

NICOSIA - A 20-year-old Nigerian woman told Cypriot police she was gang raped by other Nigerians at the Pournara reception center for asylum seekers, where it reportedly has happened to other women.

NICOSIA - A 20-year-old Nigerian woman told Cypriot police she was gang raped by other Nigerians at the Pournara reception center for asylum seekers, where it reportedly has happened to other women.
NICOSIA - United States Sen.
Politics,

Despite UN Efforts, Quick Cyprus Peace Talks Restart Bleak

NICOSIA, Cyprus — The foreign minister of ethnically divided Cyprus offered a bleak outlook Thursday for resuming stalled peace talks any time soon even though a senior United Nations official affirmed the commitment of the world body's chief to remain engaged in resolving one of Europe's most intractable conflicts.

NICOSIA, Cyprus — The foreign minister of ethnically divided Cyprus offered a bleak outlook Thursday for resuming stalled peace talks any time soon even though a senior United Nations official affirmed the commitment of the world body's chief to remain engaged in resolving one of Europe's most intractable conflicts.
Politics,

U.S. Sen. Menendez Wants All Turkish Troops Off Cyprus

NICOSIA - US Senator Robert Menendez, a strong supporter of Greece and Cyprus, said Turkey must remove its 35,000 troops on the occupied northern third of the island and that he will try to block the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey.

NICOSIA - US Senator Robert Menendez, a strong supporter of Greece and Cyprus, said Turkey must remove its 35,000 troops on the occupied northern third of the island and that he will try to block the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey.
Politics,

“Turkey Wants Two States on Cyprus, Not Reunification”

NICOSIA - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeated his insistence that reunifying Cyprus that was split by 1974 Turkish invasions isn't the answer for the island – only for the world to accept the occupied side as a country.

NICOSIA - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeated his insistence that reunifying Cyprus that was split by 1974 Turkish invasions isn't the answer for the island – only for the world to accept the occupied side as a country.

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