Cyprus Privatization Backed in 2nd Vote

- March 4, 2014

Lawmakers in Cyprus approved a bill to privatize a host of state-owned companies, a move that will enable the country to receive its next batch of rescue money.

Cyprus MPs Mull Privatization Again

- March 3, 2014

Cyprus’ Parliament is set to vote again March 4 on a privatization bill that has drawn ferocious resistance from workers.

Energy Cyprus Peace Hope Hinge

- March 2, 2014

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said the best chance to end decades of division with occupying Turks on the island is oil and gas.

Second Chance For Cyprus Privatization

- March 1, 2014

Cyprus will vote again next week on a privatization bill that the country needs to secure the next batch of rescue money to avoid bankruptcy.

Cypriots Wary Of Turkey’s Water Pipeline

- February 28, 2014

Turkey’s pipeline bringing water to the part of Cyprus it occupies has Turkish-Cypriots rejoicing but Greek-Cypriots worrying about what it means.

Cyprus Peace Talks Take Small Step

- February 27, 2014

Greek- and Turkish-Cypriot negotiators were to visit Turkey and Greece for a preliminary round of discussions on talks to reunify the island.

DIKO Party to quit Cyprus Coalition

- February 26, 2014

One of Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades’ coalition partners has quit the government to protest peace talks with rival Turkish Cypriots.

Power Outages Amid Cyprus Protests

- February 25, 2014

Cypriot utility workers briefly shut the power to several areas in the bailed-out country to protest plans to privatize the state-owned agency.

Anastasiades Says Energy Peace Key

- February 23, 2014

Forty years of division separating Cypriots from Turks who unlawfully occupy the northern third of the island, could end because of energy reserves, President Nicos Anastasiades said.