Three people were arrested as a Greek Cypriot far-right group protested a former leader of the ethnically split island’s breakaway Turkish Cypriots.
The outgoing UN’s envoy to ethnically split Cyprus says the country’s economic problems could bolster chances of a long-elusive peace accord.
Doctors say Cyprus’ Defense Minister Tasos Mitsopoulos died March 22, a day after suffering a brain hemorrhage, despite efforts to save him.
The US Ambassador to Cyprus says peace on the island could allow the flow of gas off the island to go through Turkey to Europe.
The human rights group Amnesty International accused Cyprus of holding asylum seekers and refugees in prison-like conditions, sometimes breaking EU law.
A team of Navy SEALs has taken control of a stateless oil tanker seized earlier in the month by Libyan rebels, the Pentagon said.
The last 84 Canadian soldiers out of Afghanistan have arrived in Cyprus for some rest and relaxation before catching a flight back home.
Three new members were sworn in on March 14 as part of a mini-shuffle by President Nicos Anastasiades who has been facing a series of challenges.
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said the best chance to end decades of division with occupying Turks on the island is oil and gas.
Turkey’s pipeline bringing water to the part of Cyprus it occupies has Turkish-Cypriots rejoicing but Greek-Cypriots worrying about what it means.