Eide Says Cyprus Unity Talks Restart

- April 7, 2015

UN envoy Espen Barth Eide said stalled talks on reunifying Cyprus will resume after a clash over the island’s potential offshore gas riches subsided.

Anastasiades Backs Off Grexit Talk

- April 5, 2015

Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said he was misquoted in a report he said the country had a plan to deal with the fallout of Greece leaving the Eurozone.

Anastasiades Hails Turkish Ship Pull

- April 1, 2015

Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades said he was glad that Turkey has pulled out an energy research vessel and warship from the country’s waters,

Eide Tries Again For Cyprus Unity

- March 31, 2015

The UN’s envoy to Cyprus, Norway’s Espen Barth Eide, is returning to try to get Cypriots and their Turkish counterparts to talk reunification.

Cyprus Delays Foreclosure Bill Again

- March 20, 2015

With many of its lawmakersr having bad loans, Cyprus’ Parliament has set aside voting on a key foreclosure law demanded by international lenders.

Bad Loan Politicians Roil Cyprus

- March 19, 2015

Thirteen of 56 Cyprus’ lawmakers owe 35.3 million euros in bad loans to the Bank of Cyprus as the body has blocked legislation to allow foreclosures.

UN Envoy Sees Cyprus Unity Hopes

- March 17, 2015

A UN envoy says he sees a chance to resume suspended talks to reunify ethnically divided Cyprus despite an energy fight.

Anastasiades Seeks Removal of Central Bank Chief, Cites Conflict

- March 16, 2015

Cyprus’ President said that he will seek to have the bailed-out country’s embattled Central Bank chief removed from her post over a perceived conflict of interest, after the names of lawmakers who weren’t paying bank loans was revealed.

UN Envoy Eide Plans Cyprus Visit

- March 13, 2015

The UN’ Special Envoy to Cyprus, Espen Barth Eide, is going to return to the island to take another shot at getting Cypriots and Turks to talk reunification.

Cyprus Distances Itself From Greece

- March 12, 2015

With political instability reigning in Greece as it negotiates with international lenders, Cyprus is trying to show it’s not inextricably linked with its neighbor.