Cyprus’ Rival Leaders Eye New Talks

- November 22, 2013

NICOSIA –  Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, who’s been distracted by an economic and bank crisis that began the moment he took office in March, is […]

Cypriot University World First Taking Bitcoins

- November 21, 2013

With the Bitcoin rising in popularity as a digital currency around the world, the University of Nicosia (UNic), one of the major English language universities […]

American Radio Censors Music Legends

- November 20, 2013

Deep Purple holds the distinction of having the most simultaneous entries on the Billboard music charts in history. The British hard rock band’s heyday was […]

Cat of Controversy

- November 20, 2013

Cat Stevens, born Steven Georgiou in London in 1948 of a Swedish mother and a Cypriot father, is arguably the most famous pop musician in […]

Vartan Tashdjian Exhibition Opens at THOC

- November 20, 2013

An exhibition of 32 new paintings by Vartan Tashdjian, one of the most important artists in Cyprus, opened on November 12. The opening  included a […]

Looted Icons Returned to Cyprus

- November 20, 2013

NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — The largest haul of looted, centuries-old church icons, frescoes and mosaics ever repatriated to Cyprus were officially welcomed Tuesday after a […]