Turkey Says Could Annex North if Cyprus Stays Split

Turkey would consider annexing northern Cyprus if talks between Greek and Turkish Cypriots failed to reach a deal on reunification of the island, Turkey's...

Chinese Energy Company Interested in Cyprus’ Offshore Natural Gas Field

A Chinese state-owned oil and gas company is among several firms showing interest in investing in Cyprus' offshore natural gas field, the island's interior...

Cypriot Woman Celebrates 105th Birthday

A Cypriot woman, Theorou Petrh Louppatziiti, is considered to be the longest-living Greek person in Cyprus, since she celebrated her 105th birthday this year. She...

‘Learn Greek’ Course For Immigrants in Cyprus

Over 6,000 people from 92 countries are taking part in a Greek language learning course organised by the Ministry of Education in the past...

Christofias – Barroso Joint Conference

Preparations for the Cypriot Presidency are at an excellent state, EU Commission Presidenty Jose Manuel Barroso has said. According to a press release issued here...

Joint Renovation Project For Greek Orthodox Monastery in Cyprus

Turkish and Greek Cypriots have agreed to launch a joint renovation project for a Greek Orthodox monastery in Cyprus, a senior Turkish Cypriot official...

Afxentios Kalagkos’ Team of Doctors to Perform Open Heart Surgeries in Cyprus

Four children, aged between 4 and 16 years old, and three adults, aged between 17 and 40 years old, all suffering from congenital heart...

Saint Andrew Monastery in Cyprus in Immediate Need of Restoration

Archbishop Chrysostomos II of Cyprus called for the immediate restoration of the historic monastery of Saint Andrew on the tip of Karpas peninsula, northeastern...

Bank of Cyprus Loses 1 Billion Euros Over Greek Write-Off

Bank of Cyprus (BoC), the island's largest financial institution, reported a one billion euro ($1.32 billion) loss for 2011 after a write-down of Greek...

Hurriyet Daily News Reports “Greek Cypriot Gynecologist Admits to Raping Patients”

Cyprus police say a gynecologist has pleaded guilty to charges of raping and performing lewd acts on female patients he had sedated while examining...

Samaras: Cyprus Problem is Still Top Priority

The President of New Democracy Party of Greece, Antonis Samaras, has stressed that the Cyprus problem is a top priority for the Greek government,...

Cyprus Calls on Turkey to Steer Away From Threats

The government has described as totally unfounded and contrary to international law Turkey’s claims on Cyprus’ exclusive economic zone, and called on Ankara to...

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