President of Cyprus Says Meeting with Eroglu a Failure

Cyprus has been divided since 1974 when Turkey invaded and occupied its northern third. The leaders of the two communities in Cyprus are currently...

More and More Greeks Seek Job Positions in Cyprus

The protracted global economic crisis has seen record unemployment levels in Cyprus, but more so in Greece, leading more and more Greek nationals to...

Christofias: Cyprus EU Presidency will be European and Objective

The Republic of Cyprus will hold a European and objective presidency of the Council of the EU in the second half of 2012, President...

Ship Run Aground on Cyprus Coast Due to Severe Weather Conditions

A large commercial ship was forced onto the rocks in Paphos, Cyprus during a bout of severe weather early this morning, according to 'Cyprus...

Upcoming Greek and Cypriot Art Auction in Limassol

Cyprus based art consultancy La Parole Divine organized an auction of Russian, Greek and Cypriot icons and art that will be held on December...

Christofias: Differences Remain in External Relations

President of the Republic Demetris Christofias has said that the differences between the two sides in the chapter of external relations are more than...

Greek Haircut Was a “Terrible Mistake” – ECB’s Orphanides Says

It was a «terrible mistake» to ask private holders of Greek government debt to forgo half of their investment, European Central Bank Governing Council...

Bank of Cyprus is the Bank of 2011

The leading international magazine "The Banker" of Financial Times awarded Bank of Cyprus the “Bank of the Year 2011”. This is given to banks...

‘Turkification’ of Greek Property in Northern Cyprus

The ongoing problem in Turkish-occupied Cyprus is the continuous attempt of the Turkish Compensation Commission to usurp Greek-Cypriot property as part of the policy...

Turkey Offers to Open Ports, Airports to Cyprus – if EU Reciprocates

Only a few days after Turkish President Abdullah Gul called the Greek part of Cyprus “half a country” and said his country will not...

Catastrophic Fires in Three Cypriot Shops

According to police authorities, a fire of unknown origin broke out on Saturday and destroyed  three shops located in the tourist area of Ayia...

Former Cyprus President Recovering from Surgery

Former President of the Republic of Cyprus Mr. Glafcos Clerides underwent surgery on Monday, November 21, after being diagnosed with colon cancer. "The post-operative condition...

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