Cypriots Protest Bailout Austerity

- December 14, 2013

NICOSIA, Cyprus – Hundreds of students, seniors and trade union members braved unseasonably low temperatures in Cyprus’ capital Nicosia to protest the country’s financial rescue […]

Cyprus Says Unification Talks Over

- December 14, 2013

LIMASSOL, Cyprus  – Cyprus’ government says breakaway Turkish Cypriots and the Turkish government have scuttled chances of restarting talks to reunify the ethnically-split country. Government […]

Cyprus Denies Gold Sell-off Plan

- December 13, 2013

Despite a deep economic crisis and reliance on international loans to stay afloat, Cyprus has no plan to sell gold reserves to pay the 10 […]

Cyprus Reunification Talks in Danger

- December 13, 2013

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, who is trying to deal with an economic and bank crisis, said hopes of resuming talks to reunify the island are […]

Qatar Will Fly to Cyprus

- December 12, 2013

DOHA, QATAR – Continuing an expansion plant, Qatar Airways said it will add flights to Larnaca International Airport in Cyprus beginning April 29,, 2014, flying […]

Cyprus Tackles Rising Unemployment

- December 12, 2013

Trying to deal with an economic crisis that almost brought down the country’s banking industry, Cyprus now is turning toward programs aimed at combating rising […]

Property Prices Plummet in Cyprus

- December 11, 2013

Cyprus’s economic crisis is taking its toll on property values on the island as banks aren’t lending and people aren’t buying. The prices fell up […]

Cyprus Gets OK For Next Loans

- December 10, 2013

Eurozone finance chiefs meeting in Brussels have approved release of the next installment, this one for 100 million euros ($137 million,) toward the 10 billion […]

New Bids for Cyprus Gas Plans

- December 6, 2013

NICOSIA – Hoping that there will be enough natural gas reserves off the island to bring in critical revenues one day, Cyprus is now going […]

Cyprus Privatizations Start in 2015

- December 5, 2013

Its economy brought to the edge of ruin by disastrous investments by state banks that forced the government to seek an international bailout with onerous […]