A Cypriot court on June 5 extended the detention of a Lebanese-Canadian man who was arrested after police seized 5 tons of a bomb compound.
Cyprus was warned by the Israeli intelligence agency Mossad a Lebanese-Canadian man had bomb-making materials and planned an attack.
A home in Cyprus where police seized five tons of a bomb-making chemical compound had been kept under surveillance, police said.
British Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond, whose country once occupied Cyprus, said he believes a solution is at hand to reunify the island.
After decades of division, dreams of a unified Cyprus are rising again now that Cypriots and Turkish peers have leaders committed to finding an answer.
A Lebanese-Canadian man detained in Cyprus after caught with two tons of bomb-making material in his home was linked the militant group Hezbollah.
Prokopis Pavlopoulos, the president of Greece emphasized that a solution of the Cyprus problem must include the withdrawal of Turkish troops and illegal settlers […]
A Cyprus court ordered a Lebanese-Canadian man held after two tons of a chemical compound that can be turned into a bomb was found in his home.
The leaders of Cyprus’ rival Greek and Turkish Cypriot communities have agreed to open two more crossing points in divided Nicosia.
Armenian Defense Minister Seyran Ohanyan and Cyprus Defense Minister Christoforos Fokaides signed a military agreement May 27.