Cyprus Gas Search Moves Fast

- May 9, 2014

A land-based facility to process Cyprus’ new offshore gas remains a top priority, but the search for additional sources must move quickly, the energy minister said.

Cyprus’ Islam’s Sufi Leader Dies

- May 8, 2014

NICOSIA — Sheikh Muhammad Nazim Adil al-Qubrusi al-Haqqani, a leading figure of Sufism, the mystical branch of the Islamic faith, died May 7 at the […]

Turkish Visas Deny Cyprus Exists

- April 21, 2014

Cypriots who want to visit Turkey will either have to get visas that say their country doesn’t exist or stipulate they live under Turkish rule.

Religion’s Bridge in Split Cyprus

- April 19, 2014

A Good Friday service in an abandoned Greek church in Turkish-occupied Cyprus showed how religion is helping bring people together.

Good Friday Service in Famagusta

- April 18, 2014

FAMAGUSTA (Turkish-occupied Cyprus) – Fifty eight years have passed since Cyprus’ Orthodox Christians have been able to hold Good Friday services at the Church of […]

A Good Friday Thaw On Cyprus

- April 17, 2014

A Greek church will celebrate a Good Friday mass in Turkish-occupied northern Cyprus for the first time in 58 years.

Rights Group: Keep Moms With Kids

- April 8, 2014

Europe’s top human rights official wants Cyprus to stop holding women in detention centers and separating them from their children.

Cyprus Police Chief Fired Over Protest

- March 27, 2014

Three people were arrested as a Greek Cypriot far-right group protested a former leader of the ethnically split island’s breakaway Turkish Cypriots.

UN Envoy Sees Hope For Cyprus

- March 27, 2014

The outgoing UN’s envoy to ethnically split Cyprus says the country’s economic problems could bolster chances of a long-elusive peace accord.