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NICOSIA - A Turkish Naval base will reportedly be built almost at the tip of the Karpasia peninsula at the northernmost tip of Cyprus on the side that's been occupied since unlawful 1974 Turkish invasions.

NICOSIA - Amid worries that there's no hope of reunifying Cyprus more than 48 years after Turkish invasions seized and occupied the northern third of the island, the leaders of the two sides will talk.

NICOSIA - Amid worries that there's no hope of reunifying Cyprus more than 48 years after Turkish invasions seized and occupied the northern third of the island, the leaders of the two sides will talk.
NICOSIA - United States Sen.

NICOSIA, Cyprus — The foreign minister of ethnically divided Cyprus offered a bleak outlook Thursday for resuming stalled peace talks any time soon even though a senior United Nations official affirmed the commitment of the world body's chief to remain engaged in resolving one of Europe's most intractable conflicts.

NICOSIA, Cyprus — The foreign minister of ethnically divided Cyprus offered a bleak outlook Thursday for resuming stalled peace talks any time soon even though a senior United Nations official affirmed the commitment of the world body's chief to remain engaged in resolving one of Europe's most intractable conflicts.

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U.S. Sen. Menendez Wants All Turkish Troops Off Cyprus

NICOSIA - US Senator Robert Menendez, a strong supporter of Greece and Cyprus, said Turkey must remove its 35,000 troops on the occupied northern third of the island and that he will try to block the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey.

NICOSIA - US Senator Robert Menendez, a strong supporter of Greece and Cyprus, said Turkey must remove its 35,000 troops on the occupied northern third of the island and that he will try to block the sale of F-16 fighter jets to Turkey.

“Turkey Wants Two States on Cyprus, Not Reunification”

NICOSIA - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeated his insistence that reunifying Cyprus that was split by 1974 Turkish invasions isn't the answer for the island – only for the world to accept the occupied side as a country.

NICOSIA - Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan has repeated his insistence that reunifying Cyprus that was split by 1974 Turkish invasions isn't the answer for the island – only for the world to accept the occupied side as a country.

Cyprus Says Turkish Commandos Lurking Along UN Dividing Line

NICOSIA - Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides said that Turkish commando forces are lying in wait along the United Nations buffer zone on the island waiting to pounce on farmers.

NICOSIA - Cypriot Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides said that Turkish commando forces are lying in wait along the United Nations buffer zone on the island waiting to pounce on farmers.

Israel Gives Cypriot President Medal of Honor, Lauds Alliance

NICOSIA - Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, visiting Jerusalem, was awarded the  Israeli Presidential Medal of Honor by President Isaac Herzog although Israel has renewed relations with Turkey, which is drilling for oil and gas off Cyprus' coast.

NICOSIA - Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, visiting Jerusalem, was awarded the  Israeli Presidential Medal of Honor by President Isaac Herzog although Israel has renewed relations with Turkey, which is drilling for oil and gas off Cyprus' coast.

Kasoulides: Turkey Focused on Upgrading the Secessionist Entity in the Occupied Territories

NICOSIA - Cyprus Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides, in joint statements with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias after their meeting on Monday in Athens, noted that "Turkey is in a mad state with respect to its revisionist policy".

NICOSIA - Cyprus Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides, in joint statements with Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias after their meeting on Monday in Athens, noted that "Turkey is in a mad state with respect to its revisionist policy".

Cypriot Whistleblower Says Spyware Used to Help Rich Russian

NICOSIA - A Cypriot whistleblower and former aide to President Nikos Anastasiades said the government is using surveillance techniques to help powerful Russians who have vast influence on the island.

NICOSIA - A Cypriot whistleblower and former aide to President Nikos Anastasiades said the government is using surveillance techniques to help powerful Russians who have vast influence on the island.

Turkey Unhappy U.S. F-22’s Flew Over Occupied Part of Cyprus

NICOSIA - After the United States ended an arms embargo against the Greek-Cypriot government that’s a member of the European Union, Turkey was also upset that American F-22’s flew over part of the island that’s been occupied since two unlawful 1974 invasions.

NICOSIA - After the United States ended an arms embargo against the Greek-Cypriot government that’s a member of the European Union, Turkey was also upset that American F-22’s flew over part of the island that’s been occupied since two unlawful 1974 invasions.

Pope Francis Meets Cypriot President Anastasiades at Vatican

VATICAN - Pope Francis received Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades in an audience in the Vatican where they said they were delighted about good relations between the country and the Holy See.

VATICAN - Pope Francis received Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades in an audience in the Vatican where they said they were delighted about good relations between the country and the Holy See.

Cyprus Won’t Send Ukraine Russian Weapons Unless Replaced

NICOSIA - After Greece, in a swap deal through Germany, sent armored vehicles to help Ukraine beat back Russian invaders, Cyprus is reluctant to do the same with its arsenal of Russian-made weapons unless they would be immediately replaced.

NICOSIA - After Greece, in a swap deal through Germany, sent armored vehicles to help Ukraine beat back Russian invaders, Cyprus is reluctant to do the same with its arsenal of Russian-made weapons unless they would be immediately replaced.

UN Envoy Says Trade Could Drive Cyprus Unity Hopes Again

NICOSIA - Nobody has come close to bringing Cyprus together again, more than 48 years after it was split by two unlawful Turkish invasions, but the United Nations Special Envoy for the island, Colin Stewart, thinks business might be the key.

NICOSIA - Nobody has come close to bringing Cyprus together again, more than 48 years after it was split by two unlawful Turkish invasions, but the United Nations Special Envoy for the island, Colin Stewart, thinks business might be the key.

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