Cyprus Boost Security Measures After Bin Laden Death

The Cyprus Police have stepped up security measures for the protection of potential Western and US targets in Cyprus, following the death of Al...

Cyprus: Cash Prizes and a Fun Day Out

A unique and fun treasure hunt taking place next Sunday, May 8, is aimed at bringing together Greek and Turkish Cypriots, as well as...

Tackling Aerophobia of Great Importance for Cyprus, Minister Says

Tackling aerophobia (fear of flying) is of great importance especially for Cyprus, which as an island is connected with the rest of the world...

ECHR Vice President: Turkey cannot interfere in Cyprus’ zone

Vice President of the European Court of Human Rights Christos Rozakis said on Wednesday that Turkey cannot interfere in issues concerning Cyprus` exclusive economic...

Cypriot Banks Can Withstand Greek Haircut

Cyprus’s major banks have enough capital to withstand a potential restructuring of Greek government debt, Central Bank of Cyprus governor Athanasios Orphanides said. “We carried...

Cypriot Spokesman Comments on Nation’s EU Presidency Term

Government Spokesman Stephanos Stephanou says that the Republic of Cyprus aspires to promote issues concerning social cohesion and solidarity in the European...

EU Ministers to meet in Cyprus to discuss immigration

A Ministerial meeting will take place Tuesday in Cyprus with the participation of EU Ministers from the six Mediterranean states, which are faced with...

Aegean to launch Paris and six seasonal Greek flights

AEGEAN Airlines yesterday announced the launch of new routes between Larnaca, Paris and six Greek destinations this summer. The new Paris route will run three...

Cypriot Nobel Prize winner Pissarides meets Greek Prime Minister

Cypriot Nobel Prize winner professor Christophoros Pissarides met on Friday in Athens with Greek Prime Minister George Papandreou, who congratulated him on winning the...

Architectural heritage in buffer zone wins Europa Nostra award

Architectural heritage of the buffer zone in the walled city of Nicosia was among the 27 winners of the 2011 European Union Prize for...

George Theofanous is New “Hope for Children” Goodwill Ambassador

Renowned Cypriot composer, George Theofanous, was appointed as the new Goodwill Ambassador of “Hope for Children”, which works to promote and advocate children’s rights. Mr....

Three Men Found Guilty in Stealing Remains of Cyprus’ Ex-President

Two Greek Cypriots and one Indian immigrant accused of stealing the remains of Cyprus' late President Tassos Papadopoulos were found guilty by Nicosia District...

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