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NICOSIA - The University of Nicosia (UNIC) is one of the leading research-based universities in the Mediterranean region.

PAPHOS, Cyprus - Cyprus' attraction for IT companies has lured a major Czech software company, JetBrains, which said it has set up a headquarters and relocated 220 staff members to Paphos and Limassol and plans to add 80 more.

PAPHOS, Cyprus - Cyprus' attraction for IT companies has lured a major Czech software company, JetBrains, which said it has set up a headquarters and relocated 220 staff members to Paphos and Limassol and plans to add 80 more.

NICOSIA — Some 15 Griffon vultures from Spain have been released into the wild in Cyprus to help revive the east Mediterranean island's population that's dropped to just 8-10 birds because of deliberate poisoning, conservationists said Wednesday.

NICOSIA — Some 15 Griffon vultures from Spain have been released into the wild in Cyprus to help revive the east Mediterranean island's population that's dropped to just 8-10 birds because of deliberate poisoning, conservationists said Wednesday.

NEW YORK – Gear Education, a new boutique firm specializing in education technology services, announced its official launch on September 7 as Cyprus’ first and only Google for Education partner.

NEW YORK – Gear Education, a new boutique firm specializing in education technology services, announced its official launch on September 7 as Cyprus’ first and only Google for Education partner.

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East Med Especially at Risk as World Heats Up, Report Warns

NICOSIA — The eastern Mediterranean and Middle East are warming almost twice as fast as the global average, with temperatures projected to rise up to 5 degrees Celsius (9 degrees Fahrenheit) by the end of the century if no action is taken to reverse the trend, a new report says.

NICOSIA — The eastern Mediterranean and Middle East are warming almost twice as fast as the global average, with temperatures projected to rise up to 5 degrees Celsius (9 degrees Fahrenheit) by the end of the century if no action is taken to reverse the trend, a new report says.

Cyprus Recalls Häagen-Dazs Vanilla Ice Cream Over Pesticide Fear

NICOSIA - Cyprus' Health Ministry ordered the withdrawal of Häagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream from the market after it was found to contain ethylene oxide, a disinfectant and pesticide banned by the European Union.

NICOSIA - Cyprus' Health Ministry ordered the withdrawal of Häagen-Dazs vanilla ice cream from the market after it was found to contain ethylene oxide, a disinfectant and pesticide banned by the European Union.

Cyprus Scrambles Health Advisor Panel Over COVID-19 Resurgence

NICOSIA - After easing health measures to lure tourists during the COVID-19 pandemic, a rise in cases has pushed the Cypriot government to reconvene an advisory panel of health experts on how to deal with cases rising.

NICOSIA - After easing health measures to lure tourists during the COVID-19 pandemic, a rise in cases has pushed the Cypriot government to reconvene an advisory panel of health experts on how to deal with cases rising.

Cyprus Council Wants Climate Deputy Ministry for Green Energy

NICOSIA - Trying to hasten a move toward the use of more sustainable energy in a country with plentiful sun and wind, The Cyprus Economy and Competitiveness Council recommended a Deputy Ministry for Climate.

NICOSIA - Trying to hasten a move toward the use of more sustainable energy in a country with plentiful sun and wind, The Cyprus Economy and Competitiveness Council recommended a Deputy Ministry for Climate.

Cyprus Offers Subsidy for Homeowners Installing Solar Panels

NICOSIA - Cyprus is increasing grants up to 50 percent for households that put thermal insulation and solar panels on their roofs in a 20-million euro ($21.

NICOSIA - Cyprus is increasing grants up to 50 percent for households that put thermal insulation and solar panels on their roofs in a 20-million euro ($21.

Cyprus’ New CovScan App Puts COVID Health Protocols on Phones

NICOSIA - Residents of Cyprus will soon be able to use an app on their cell phones to show compliance with COVID-19 health measures after the Deputy Ministry for Research and Innovation finalized changes and an update.

NICOSIA - Residents of Cyprus will soon be able to use an app on their cell phones to show compliance with COVID-19 health measures after the Deputy Ministry for Research and Innovation finalized changes and an update.

Cyprus’ Two International Airports Fly Toward Carbon-Emissions End

ΝΙCOSIA - Hermes Airports, which manages Cyprus’ two international airports, has said the Toulouse Declaration aimed at eliminating carbon emissions by the year 2050, a goal many international companies are already falling behind.

ΝΙCOSIA - Hermes Airports, which manages Cyprus’ two international airports, has said the Toulouse Declaration aimed at eliminating carbon emissions by the year 2050, a goal many international companies are already falling behind.

US Academics Use Radar to Help Seek Missing in Split Cyprus

NICOSIA — US academics who help locate Holocaust mass graves and execution sites in Eastern Europe have used ground-penetrating radar to seek burial sites on Cyprus of people missing since the 1974 Turkish invasion and earlier interethnic strife.

NICOSIA — US academics who help locate Holocaust mass graves and execution sites in Eastern Europe have used ground-penetrating radar to seek burial sites on Cyprus of people missing since the 1974 Turkish invasion and earlier interethnic strife.

Stroke Second-Biggest Killer on Cyprus, Warning Signs Urged

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 -- 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.

Cyprus Aims for Mars with X-Ray Rock Dating Instrument

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.

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