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NICOSIA - A group of 27 refugees from Syria, the Middle East, Asia and Africa are caught in the United Nations’ patrolled buffer zone on the border between the Greek-Cypriot and Turkish-occupied side of the island, unable to move either way.

ΝΙCOSIA - The heat is on Cyprus, where the temperature hit 44 degrees Celsius (111.

ΝΙCOSIA - The heat is on Cyprus, where the temperature hit 44 degrees Celsius (111.

A year after a Malaysian businessman wanted by Interpol for financial crimes was stripped of his Cypriot citizenship and passport he bought through a disgraced residency scheme, the Cabinet upheld the decision.

A year after a Malaysian businessman wanted by Interpol for financial crimes was stripped of his Cypriot citizenship and passport he bought through a disgraced residency scheme, the Cabinet upheld the decision.

NICOSIA - Summer heat has hit Cyprus like a blast furnace, temperatures expected to as high as 108 degrees on June 4 in some inland spots just as hordes of tourists have descended on the island and were heading for beaches and resorts.

NICOSIA - Summer heat has hit Cyprus like a blast furnace, temperatures expected to as high as 108 degrees on June 4 in some inland spots just as hordes of tourists have descended on the island and were heading for beaches and resorts.

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On Cyprus, An Apolitical TikTok Influencer Seeks EU Parliament Seat 

NIKOSIA - Fidias Panayiotou admits he doesn’t know much of anything about politics, but he sure knows how to use social media and the 24-year-old influencer is using it to be in line for one of Cyprus’ six seats in the European Parliament in June 6-9 elections.

NIKOSIA - Fidias Panayiotou admits he doesn’t know much of anything about politics, but he sure knows how to use social media and the 24-year-old influencer is using it to be in line for one of Cyprus’ six seats in the European Parliament in June 6-9 elections.

Families Reclaim the Remains of 15 Recently Identified Greek Soldiers Killed in Cyprus in 1974

NICOSIA — The remains of recently identified Greek soldiers who fought in Cyprus against invading Turkish troops nearly a half-century ago were returned to their families on Thursday.

NICOSIA — The remains of recently identified Greek soldiers who fought in Cyprus against invading Turkish troops nearly a half-century ago were returned to their families on Thursday.

Sustained Drought On Cyprus Shows Severe Water Shortage for Summer

NICOSIA - Unless it rains soon, and is heavy, Cyprus won’t have enough water this summer during the height of the tourism season and when expectations are for more searing heat baking the island.

NICOSIA - Unless it rains soon, and is heavy, Cyprus won’t have enough water this summer during the height of the tourism season and when expectations are for more searing heat baking the island.

Cypriot Children’s Cancer Charities Worried Over Hospital Renovation Risks

NIKOSIA - Dust and other potentially toxic emissions are being caused by renovations at the Makarios Children’s Hospital in Nicosia which specializes in treating cancer cases, charities helping there have complained.

NIKOSIA - Dust and other potentially toxic emissions are being caused by renovations at the Makarios Children’s Hospital in Nicosia which specializes in treating cancer cases, charities helping there have complained.

Greek Investors Lose Appeal Against 2013 Cyprus Bank Account Confiscations

NICOSIA - The World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) ruled against Greek investors who lost $600 million in bonds and deposits in Cypriot banks in 2013, the funds seized on government orders to prevent their collapse.

NICOSIA - The World Bank’s International Center for Settlement of Investment Disputes (ICSID) ruled against Greek investors who lost $600 million in bonds and deposits in Cypriot banks in 2013, the funds seized on government orders to prevent their collapse.

8 EU Members Say Conditions in Syria Should Be Reassessed to Allow Voluntary Refugee Returns

NICOSIA — The governments of eight European Union member states said Friday the situation in Syria should be re-evaluated to allow for the voluntary return of Syrian refugees back to their homeland.

NICOSIA — The governments of eight European Union member states said Friday the situation in Syria should be re-evaluated to allow for the voluntary return of Syrian refugees back to their homeland.

Cyprus Hotelier Chief Says Tourism Bookings Slow Over High Prices

NIKOSIA - Cyprus is pricing itself out of a faster recovery from the almost-forgotten COVID-19 pandemic because it’s becoming too expensive for some tourists and seen summer bookings falling, said Cyprus Hotel Association (PASYXE) chief Thanos Michaelides.

NIKOSIA - Cyprus is pricing itself out of a faster recovery from the almost-forgotten COVID-19 pandemic because it’s becoming too expensive for some tourists and seen summer bookings falling, said Cyprus Hotel Association (PASYXE) chief Thanos Michaelides.

Boston Developer Will Build 30,000 Homes On Occupied Turkish-Cypriot Side

The Boston real estate development company DND Homes said it has established an entity on the Turkish-Cypriot occupied northern third of the island - just ahead of the 50th anniversary of Turkish invasions - and build 30,000 homes there.

The Boston real estate development company DND Homes said it has established an entity on the Turkish-Cypriot occupied northern third of the island - just ahead of the 50th anniversary of Turkish invasions - and build 30,000 homes there.

First Shipment of Aid to the US-Built Floating Pier in Gaza Departs from Cyprus

NICOSIA — A shipment of humanitarian aid has left a port in Cyprus and is on its way to the U.

NICOSIA — A shipment of humanitarian aid has left a port in Cyprus and is on its way to the U.

Humanitarian Aid Dispatched to Gaza via Cyprus Amid Israeli Military Operations

NICOSIA - Humanitarian aid for Palestinians trapped in the Gaza Strip during Israel’s invasion, amid the hunt for Hamas terrorists responsible for the deaths of more than 1200 Israelis, is set to be delivered via an American ship departing from Cyprus.

NICOSIA - Humanitarian aid for Palestinians trapped in the Gaza Strip during Israel’s invasion, amid the hunt for Hamas terrorists responsible for the deaths of more than 1200 Israelis, is set to be delivered via an American ship departing from Cyprus.

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