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NICOSIA - Almost 3 ½ years after ending a scandal-ridden program offering residency, citizenship and valuable European Union passport to wealthy foreign investors, Cyprus has a revised Golden Visa program enticing them.

ANKARA - Turkey will take control of an air base on the Turkish-Cypriot occupied side of the island as a center to deploy drones, approved by the self-declared republic that no country other than Turkey recognizes.

ANKARA - Turkey will take control of an air base on the Turkish-Cypriot occupied side of the island as a center to deploy drones, approved by the self-declared republic that no country other than Turkey recognizes.

NICOSIA - Cyprus’ Ex-President Anastasiades is being probed by the country’s anti-corruption agency over allegations made by a journalist in a book about favoritism said shown a Russian oligarch and allegedly accepting money from a late Greek ship owner.

NICOSIA - Cyprus’ Ex-President Anastasiades is being probed by the country’s anti-corruption agency over allegations made by a journalist in a book about favoritism said shown a Russian oligarch and allegedly accepting money from a late Greek ship owner.

NICOSIA - Money alone won’t slow the numbers of refugees and migrants coming to Cyprus, President Nikos Christodoulides said, adding that the answer lies in the conditions in the countries from where they came.

NICOSIA - Money alone won’t slow the numbers of refugees and migrants coming to Cyprus, President Nikos Christodoulides said, adding that the answer lies in the conditions in the countries from where they came.

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Cyprus Will Set UP Financial Penalties Board Tracking Sanctions Evaders

NICOSIA - Trying to shed its reputation as a place for rich Russians to hide their money in banks and evade European Union sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine, Cyprus plans to create a financial sanctions unit by the end of the year.

NICOSIA - Trying to shed its reputation as a place for rich Russians to hide their money in banks and evade European Union sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine, Cyprus plans to create a financial sanctions unit by the end of the year.

Energy Minister Says Cyprus Could Produce Natural Gas by 2026

NICOSIA - Cypriot Energy Minister George Papanastasiou said natural gas there could be produced by 2026 and there are plans to take part in a high-powered electricity cable project linking the eastern Mediterranean to continental Europe.

NICOSIA - Cypriot Energy Minister George Papanastasiou said natural gas there could be produced by 2026 and there are plans to take part in a high-powered electricity cable project linking the eastern Mediterranean to continental Europe.

King Charles Denies Owning Hotel in Cyprus’ Abandoned Varosha Resort

NICOSIA - Britain’s King Charles has denied reports the Royal Family owns a hotel in the abandoned Cyprus resort of Varosha that was claimed in stories that a group of billionaires want to turn it into the “Las Vegas of the Mediterranean.

NICOSIA - Britain’s King Charles has denied reports the Royal Family owns a hotel in the abandoned Cyprus resort of Varosha that was claimed in stories that a group of billionaires want to turn it into the “Las Vegas of the Mediterranean.

Cypriot President Wants Germany to Push Turkey Over Reunification

NICOSIA - Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides asked visiting German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to be a broker with Turkey and try to bring about reunification of the island split by 1974 Turkish invasions.

NICOSIA - Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides asked visiting German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier to be a broker with Turkey and try to bring about reunification of the island split by 1974 Turkish invasions.

Cyprus Ties Turkey’s EU Hopes to Solving Problem of Reunification

NICOSIA - Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides said if Turkey - which doesn’t recognize Cyprus - wants to get into the European Union that it needs closer relations with the bloc and must solve the dilemma of reunification.

NICOSIA - Cypriot President Nikos Christodoulides said if Turkey - which doesn’t recognize Cyprus - wants to get into the European Union that it needs closer relations with the bloc and must solve the dilemma of reunification.

UN’s New Cyprus Envoy Meets Turkish Officials Over Reunification

NICOSIA - No one’s succeeded yet but another United Nations Special Envoy for Cyprus, Colombian diplomat Maria Angela Holguin Cuellar met in Turkey with Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan about the problem of reunifying Cyprus.

NICOSIA - No one’s succeeded yet but another United Nations Special Envoy for Cyprus, Colombian diplomat Maria Angela Holguin Cuellar met in Turkey with Foreign Minister Hakan Fidan about the problem of reunifying Cyprus.

US Rejects Turkish-Cypriot Demand for Two-State Solution on Island

NICOSIA - The US State Department has dismissed demands from Turkish-Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar for the recognition of the occupied northern third of Cyprus and a two-state solution of permanent partition.

NICOSIA - The US State Department has dismissed demands from Turkish-Cypriot leader Ersin Tatar for the recognition of the occupied northern third of Cyprus and a two-state solution of permanent partition.

UN’s New Envoy to Cyprus Talks With Mitsotakis About Unity Talks

ATHENS - No one’s come close to succeeding yet but the United Nations new envoy to Cyprus María Ángela Holguín Cuellar stopped in the Greek capital to talk with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis about the dilemma of reunification.

ATHENS - No one’s come close to succeeding yet but the United Nations new envoy to Cyprus María Ángela Holguín Cuellar stopped in the Greek capital to talk with Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis about the dilemma of reunification.

Turkey Building Stronger Military Presence on Cyprus, Radar Installations

NICOSIA - While Turkey has eased tensions with Greece, it’s stepping up plans to establish itself as a naval power in the Eastern Mediterranean, including expanding and adding more military bases on the occupied side of Cyprus.

NICOSIA - While Turkey has eased tensions with Greece, it’s stepping up plans to establish itself as a naval power in the Eastern Mediterranean, including expanding and adding more military bases on the occupied side of Cyprus.

Cyprus President Makes Government Ministers Sign a Pledge Not to Tolerate Sexual Harassment

NICOSIA — Cyprus' president on Friday required all government ministers to sign a "zero tolerance" declaration on sexist behavior and sexual harassment among employees and anyone visiting a government office.

NICOSIA — Cyprus' president on Friday required all government ministers to sign a "zero tolerance" declaration on sexist behavior and sexual harassment among employees and anyone visiting a government office.

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