NICOSIA - The European Commission has prohibited the import of fish from Famagusta on the Turkish-occupied side of Cyprus after finding that untreated human waste was being dumped into the sea there.
NICOSIA — Cyprus’ foreign minister pitched to his Greek and Israeli counterparts on Monday the creation of an east Mediterranean firefighting hub aimed at quickly addressing huge summer wildfires that could overwhelm any single country.
NICOSIA — Six cars were deliberately set ablaze a short distance from the soccer stadium where league leader Apollon Limassol played second-place APOEL Nicosia, Cypriot police said Monday.
NICOSIA — Cyprus police detained a 25-year-old British citizen Thursday on suspicion of driving a dune buggy that struck and killed a Swedish tourist at a crosswalk in the popular resort town of Ayia Napa.
NICOSIA - Cyprus wants an exemption from European Union sanctions against Russia for the invasion of Ukraine to lease Russian-made helicopters designed to fight fires.
NICOSIA, Cyprus — Cyprus police on Friday detained two men on suspicion of helping two dozen Syrian asylum-seekers reach the east Mediterranean island nation aboard a rigid-hulled inflatable boat.
NICOSIA - It was a long time coming and thought dead with quick and fast flights between the countries but a ferry linking Cyprus with Greece will resume on June 1, from Limassol to Piraeus, a trip that will take 30 hours.
NICOSIA - Uncertainty over the safety of war-wracked Ukraine's nuclear power plants has reignited concerns over a Russian-owned nuclear power station now being built in a quake-prone area on Turkey's southern coast, Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot activists said Wednesday.
NICOSIA - On the most somber of holidays – Easter – and the night before, Cypriot police and firefighters faced pandemonium and attacks while dealing with multiple fires and cars set ablaze, vandalism and chaos.
NICOSIA - Cyprus has taken away Golden Visas that come with European Union passports from another four wealthy Russian investors under bloc sanctions over the invasion of Ukraine the island government was reluctant to impose.
NICOSIA — Cyprus is further winding down the compulsory use of COVID-19 vaccination certificates and face masks as the country’s virus numbers continue to improve.