Cypriot utility workers briefly shut the power to several areas in the bailed-out country to protest plans to privatize the state-owned agency.
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.
The White House says President Barack Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan talked about Mideast conflicts and Cyprus.
Cypriots and their Turkish counterparts are coming together to restore churches and mosques and find a different kind of resolution.
Nearly a year after asking for an international bailout with its economy on the edge of collapse, Cyprus will start going after the people who caused it.
A deal to end the 40-year division of Cyprus could give Turkey access to supplies of gas and reboot relations with Israel, President Nicos Anastasiades said.
NICOSIA — Cyprus’ President says any deal to reunify the ethnically split Mediterranean island nation has to be markedly different to one that was rejected […]
Cyprus’ President says an agreement to reunify the ethnically-divided Mediterranean island nation would help ease Turkey’s energy needs.
VATICAN – Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades met with Pope Francis on Saturday, the Cyprus Mail Reported. Anastasiades had a 30-minute private audience with the Pope, […]
NICOSIA – Cyprus’ central bank chief says he expects all restrictions on bank money transfers and withdrawals to be lifted by the end of the […]