Cyprus Slips in Corruption Ratings

- December 4, 2013

Already dealing with a growing economic crisis and capital controls limiting how much money people can withdraw from its beleaguered banks, Cyprus’ standing in transparency […]

Cyprus Targets Organized Crime

- November 30, 2013

Still stinging from its reputation as a haven for money-laundering international criminals who used its banks to hide their assets, the Cypriot government said it […]

Cyprus Disputes OECD On Tax Record

- November 27, 2013

Already struggling with a growing economic crisis and the near-failure of its state banks, Cyprus’ government said a poor rating it received from Europe’s leading […]

Cypriot University World First Taking Bitcoins

- November 21, 2013

With the Bitcoin rising in popularity as a digital currency around the world, the University of Nicosia (UNic), one of the major English language universities […]

Former Cypriot President Clerides Dies at 94

- November 15, 2013

NICOSIA, Cyprus – Former Cyprus President Glafcos Clerides, a political force who dedicated most of his 50 years in politics to reunifying the ethnically split […]

Divided Cyprus moves toward football unity

- November 5, 2013

ZURICH (AP)- Football officials in Cyprus have agreed on a provisional deal aimed to uniting the island’s two football bodies after separating almost 40 years […]