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NICOSIA -- The second-leading cause of death on Cyprus is stroke, with 600-100 cases a year, the association overseeing the illness said, recommending people be aware of the warning signs.

NICOSIA — Tiny Cyprus aims to join the global space exploration drive by developing a compact, X-Ray instrument capable of dating Martian soil and rock samples relatively accurately to potentially reveal more about the Red Planet's geological history and offer a glimpse of Earth's own future.

NICOSIA — Tiny Cyprus aims to join the global space exploration drive by developing a compact, X-Ray instrument capable of dating Martian soil and rock samples relatively accurately to potentially reveal more about the Red Planet's geological history and offer a glimpse of Earth's own future.

NICOSIA — A climate change conference will underscore to policymakers in the Middle East and the east Mediterranean that the switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is needed urgently because greenhouse gas emissions are helping to drive up regional temperatures faster than in many other inhabited parts of the world.

NICOSIA — A climate change conference will underscore to policymakers in the Middle East and the east Mediterranean that the switch from fossil fuels to renewable energy sources is needed urgently because greenhouse gas emissions are helping to drive up regional temperatures faster than in many other inhabited parts of the world.

NICOSIA -- A joint declaration for cooperation in Research and Innovation between Greece and Cyprus was signed on Tuesday in the presence of Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis, Deputy Minister Christos Dimas and Cyprus Deputy Minister of Research and Policy, Kyriakos Kokkinos.

NICOSIA -- A joint declaration for cooperation in Research and Innovation between Greece and Cyprus was signed on Tuesday in the presence of Development and Investment Minister Adonis Georgiadis, Deputy Minister Christos Dimas and Cyprus Deputy Minister of Research and Policy, Kyriakos Kokkinos.

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Cyprus: Climate Change, Rural Decline Boost Wildfire Risk

NICOSIA— The disappearance of rural communities in combination with climate change could make wildfires — like those seen in many Mediterranean countries this summer — more frequent in the future, Cyprus' environment minister said on Friday.

NICOSIA— The disappearance of rural communities in combination with climate change could make wildfires — like those seen in many Mediterranean countries this summer — more frequent in the future, Cyprus' environment minister said on Friday.

Cyprus Won’t Stop Solar Projects on Land for Farms, Conservation

Cyprus is allowing the cutting of trees in protected areas and proceeding with approval for solar projects in environmentally sensitive areas that could be used for farming, conservation cattle and quarrying, said the site StockWatch.

Cyprus is allowing the cutting of trees in protected areas and proceeding with approval for solar projects in environmentally sensitive areas that could be used for farming, conservation cattle and quarrying, said the site StockWatch.

Cyprus Plans Third Booster COVID-19 Shot for Elderly, Vulnerable

ΝICOSIA -- While the idea of a third COVID-19 to protect the elderly and most susceptible to COVID-19 is still being debated by doctors, scientists and governments, Cyprus is jumping on board and planning to give them.

ΝICOSIA -- While the idea of a third COVID-19 to protect the elderly and most susceptible to COVID-19 is still being debated by doctors, scientists and governments, Cyprus is jumping on board and planning to give them.

What’s Behind Cyprus’ COVID-19 Jump? Vaccination Refusers

NICOSIA -- As COVID-19 cases on Cyprus soared past 6,500 in two weeks – some 850 a day – health officials said it's being driven by more than half of those aged 20-59 refusing to be vaccinated, and they're not being required to.

NICOSIA -- As COVID-19 cases on Cyprus soared past 6,500 in two weeks – some 850 a day – health officials said it's being driven by more than half of those aged 20-59 refusing to be vaccinated, and they're not being required to.

The Beekeepers Creating a Buzz with Pioneering Honey Initiative

The world’s first ever traceable honey is on the market – made from bees bred for their friendliness.

The world’s first ever traceable honey is on the market – made from bees bred for their friendliness.

Cyprus Health Chief Worried Over Low Vaccinations Among Young

NICOSIA -- Cypriot Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said he's anxious about rising rates of COVID-19 found in rapid tests and also how relatively few young are getting vaccinated.

NICOSIA -- Cypriot Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said he's anxious about rising rates of COVID-19 found in rapid tests and also how relatively few young are getting vaccinated.

After Blood Clot Death, Cyprus Sets AstraZeneca Age Restrictions

NICOSIA -- The death of a 39-year-old British model from a reported brain hemorrhage a few weeks after she got a first shot of the United Kingdom's AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on Cyprus has led to age limits being set for the shots.

NICOSIA -- The death of a 39-year-old British model from a reported brain hemorrhage a few weeks after she got a first shot of the United Kingdom's AstraZeneca COVID-19 vaccine on Cyprus has led to age limits being set for the shots.

Cyprus to Administer the AstraZeneca Shot to Anyone Over Age 20

NICOSIA — Cyprus’ health minister says private doctors can administer the AstraZeneca shot against COVID-19 to anyone over age 20 to expedite its vaccination program.

NICOSIA — Cyprus’ health minister says private doctors can administer the AstraZeneca shot against COVID-19 to anyone over age 20 to expedite its vaccination program.

Cyprus Will Scrap Text OK’s Require “Coronapass” for Moving About

NICOSIA -- Moving to ease out of another lockdown aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, Cyprus' government will end a requirement that people get permission on their cellphones to be outside their homes in favor of a so-called Coronapass.

NICOSIA -- Moving to ease out of another lockdown aimed at slowing the spread of COVID-19, Cyprus' government will end a requirement that people get permission on their cellphones to be outside their homes in favor of a so-called Coronapass.

Biologists Defy Cyprus’ Ethnic Divide to Protect Environment

NICOSIA — There's something regal in the sprightly step and curious gaze of the long-horn sheep that roam the hills near Varisia, an abandoned village inside a U.

NICOSIA — There's something regal in the sprightly step and curious gaze of the long-horn sheep that roam the hills near Varisia, an abandoned village inside a U.

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