A former governor of Cyprus’ Central Bank was sentenced to five months in jail on Oct. 27 on charges of evading tax on retirement earnings.
Government Spokesman Nicos Christodoulides said President Nicos Anastasiades returned to Cyprus on Oct. 26 and is in “very good” health.
NICOSIA – Although Archbishop Demetrios had visited Cyprus on three previous occasions, his recent trip was particularly monumental insofar as it was his first visit […]
The European Union’s expression of “serious concern” that Turkish warships and a research vessel invaded Cypriot waters is good enough for Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, although the ships remain in violation of international law.
Rating agency Standard & Poor’s gave Cyprus a one notch upgrade to its credit grade, to B+, citing its commitment to bailout terms.
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades was readmitted to a hospital after suffering high blood pressure that kept him from an important EU meeting.
With Turkey stepping up its violations of Cypriot waters, sending in a research vessel to look for energy where Cyprus has already licensed drilling to international companies, European Union leaders meeting here are expected to pressure Anakara to back off.
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades was hospitalized in Brussels after a prolonged nosebleed caused by hypertension and will be represented at EU meetings by Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras, who will argue the island’s case against a Turkish incursion of its waters.
The chief of Cyprus’ aircraft accidents board says search crews have found wreckage belonging to a small aircraft that vanished.
Cyprus will oppose Turkey’s bid to join the EU in response to a Turkish gas search in waters where Cyprus licensed companies to drill.