Cyprus’ battered economy is showing signs of a bounce-back on the heels of a pickup in trade and tourism.
Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades, in an interview with The National Herald, said there is no plan for a two-state solution.
Gay and lesbian job seekers were far less likely to be given interviews with Cypriot companies, a study from the UK showed.
In a recent Washington Post article, Northwestern University Law School professor, an expert on international law, wondered aloud why the International Criminal Court (ICC), which […]
NICOSIA – Cyprus’ Finance Minister Harris Georgiades said on Thursday that the government looks forward to feedback from the parties that will improve the new […]
NICOSIA – Cyprus received some good economic nes in the middle of summer when its was reported applications for registration of new companies submitted in […]
LONDON – Labour MP Sir Alan Meale and a joint delegation of two UK organizations, Famagusta Association and the Turkish Cypriot Association for Democracy, talked […]
Greek Cypriots will soon have no reason to visit the Turkish part of the island to calm their gambling thirst, as Cyprus’ government announced that […]
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 […]