By Ioannis Kasoulides 17 July 1998 saw the adoption of the “Rome Statute”, the treaty on the basis of which the International Criminal Court […]
The National Council, the top advisory body to the President on the handling of the Cyprus problem, will soon hold a multi-day meeting to chart […]
NICOSIA — A group of Cypriots has filed a war crimes complaint against Turkey at the International Criminal Court over what they say is its policy […]
President of the House of Representatives Yiannakis Omirou has sent a message to all those who believe the financial crisis is the best opportunity to […]
NICOSIA – Cyprus can take tremendous credit for its contribution to the OPWC-UN Joint Mission for the destruction of chemical materials in Syria, Sigrid Kaag the Special […]
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and President of the European Council Herman Van Rompuy discussed issues related to the forthcoming meeting of the European Council that […]
Cyprus’ President says Europe sees the island nation’s potential to become a new conduit for natural gas to the continent.
Bulgaria’s Foreign Minister said Cyprus could supply his country and other central European nations with natural gas to lessen dependence on Russian deliveries.
After favoring Cyprus quitting the euro and opposing unification talks with Turkish-Cypriots, Archbishop Chrysostomos II has had a change of heart.
Several thousand people turned out for Cyprus’ first gay pride parade on May 31, far exceeding the expectations of organizers.