UN Insists Cyprus Talks Going Well

- April 28, 2016

Despite stalls in negotiations and four decades of failure, the Cyprus unity talks now are progressing, UN spokesman Stephane Dujarric said.

Akinci Wants Unity Talks Speed-Up

- April 27, 2016

Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci said talks to reunify Cyprus since a 1974 Turkish invasion have to be accelerated or risk failing.

Cyprus Labor Day Celebration

- April 26, 2016

NICOSIA—Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot Trade Unions called on Tuesday on everyone to take part in this year’s joint celebration of Labour Day, which will […]

Cypriot Government Condemns Genocide

- April 25, 2016

NICOSIA—On Sunday, the Cypriot Government condemned the Armenian genocide, reiterating its support towards efforts to have this crime recognised by the international community. “On the […]

US Envoy Sees Cyprus Unity Hope

- April 21, 2016

Despite yet more stalled talks to reunify divided Cyprus, visiting US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland said she sees progress.

Cyprus’ Anastasiades meets with Nuland

- April 20, 2016

NICOSIA–Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and US Assistant Secretary of State Victoria Nuland met on Wednesday to discuss the UN-led peace talks, bilateral ties and trade […]

Cyprus Leaders Meet for Ongoing Talks

- April 19, 2016

The ongoing talks concerning the reunification of Cyprus continued on Tuesday. Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci met on Tuesday afternoon in […]

Obama Wants Cyprus Legacy

- March 26, 2016

U.S. President Barack Obama wants a solution to reunify the long-divided island of Cyprus before he leaves office in January, 2017.

Cyprus Unity Hopes Survive Migrant Deal

- March 22, 2016

Concessions made by Turkey and Cyprus over a European Union migrant swap deal prevented hopes for unifying the island from being scuttled.

Cyprus Expects Turkish Press

- March 19, 2016

A migrant swap deal the EU struck with Turkey led to the opening of a door for Ankara’s EU ambitions but Cypriot officials said their position is protected.