Cyprus’ Orthodox Christian Church lashed out against homosexuality after activists announced the country’s first gay pride festival.
Rizokarpaso (Cyprus) – AFP – While the media pours out optimistic reports about progress in re-unification talks, the European Court of Human Rights is addressing […]
Washington, DC – Cyprus’ Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides told the AJC Global Forum at a plenary session this evening that Cyprus is poised to play […]
Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon appointed the first woman to command a United Nations peacekeeping force — a Norwegian General who will oversee the Cyprus unit
WASHINGTON, DC – Secretary of State John Kerry and Cyprus Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides emerged together at the State Department on May 13 to deliver […]
ANKARA — Turkey said it won’t pay $123 million in damages to Cyprus that was ordered by Europe’s top human rights court, and denounced the ruling as […]
NICOSIA, CYPRUS – It is difficult for an illegal alien in Cyprus to find comfort, hope, and compassion, which may be why unlike other Mediterranean […]
A land-based facility to process Cyprus’ new offshore gas remains a top priority, but the search for additional sources must move quickly, the energy minister said.
NICOSIA — Sheikh Muhammad Nazim Adil al-Qubrusi al-Haqqani, a leading figure of Sufism, the mystical branch of the Islamic faith, died May 7 at the […]
International creditors are back in Cyprus to measure the country’s progress in implementing the terms of its 10 billion euro ($13.87 billion) rescue.