Turkey Lauds Biden Cyprus Visit

- May 18, 2014

Turkey says U.S. Vice President Joe Biden’s visit to ethnically split Cyprus next week sends an important message of support for renewed talks aimed at unifying the island.

“Visitors in Own Village” in Cyprus

- May 14, 2014

Rizokarpaso (Cyprus)  –  AFP – While the media pours out optimistic reports about progress in re-unification talks, the European Court of Human Rights is addressing […]

Kasoulides Speaks at 2014 AJC Global Forum

- May 14, 2014

Washington, DC – Cyprus’ Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides told the AJC Global Forum at a plenary session this evening that Cyprus is poised to play […]

Lund First Woman Cyprus Force Head

- May 13, 2014

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

Turkey Won’t Pay For Cyprus Invasion

- May 12, 2014

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 […]

Five Turkish-Cypriots Seek EU Seats

- May 3, 2014

Five Turkish Cypriots will contest ethnically split Cyprus’ six allotted seats in the European Parliament. among 61 people who submitted their candidacies.

Deep Purple to Play Turkish-Side Cyprus

- April 26, 2014

Over 100,000 people are expected to attend Deep Purple’s May 24 concert at Near East University (YDU) in the Turkish-controlled area of Cyprus.

Cyprus Peacekeepers Mark 50th

- March 19, 2014

United Nations peacekeepers who have kept Cypriots and Turkish-Cypriots from battling each other have been on the island 50 years now.

Cyprus President Shuffles The Deck

- March 12, 2014

Yiorgos Lakkotrypis will stay as Cyprus’ Energy Minister after the country’s President opted against a wide-ranging reshuffle to his Cabinet.