A memorial service was held at the at Kykkos Monastery on August 3 for Archbishop Makarios III, Cyprus` first President, who died of a heart […]
Twelve Cypriot citizens, including the non-Cypriot spouse of one, have been evacuated from strife-torn Libya on the Greek Navy’s frigate “SALAMIS” on August 1. The […]
Yiannakis Omirou, the president of the parliament of the Republic of Cyprus, said Greek Cypriots will never be reconciled with the occupation of their country […]
Michel Bonnardeaux,the Spokesperson for the Good Offices Mission in Cyprus, reported that the Greek Cypriot and the Turkish Cypriot side have completed the submission of […]
Cyprus Airways is being courted by Greece’s Aegean Airlines and Ireland’s budget carrier Ryanair, interested in buying the national carrier.
Pro-Palestinian protesters demanded a halt to military action in Gaza at a demonstration near the Israeli embassy in the Cypriot capital.
With a parade on one side and somber services on the other, divided Cyprus on July 20 marked the 40th anniversary of Turkey’s invasion.
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 […]