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Cyprus and Australia Working Together to Fight Terrorism

Cyprus and Australia aim to further enhance and expand their cooperation on combating terrorism, organized crime, illegal immigration and illegal drug trade. The two countries'...

Images of Unique Orthodox Chapel on Cyprus Go Viral! (Photos)

The Orthodox Chapel of Saint Peter and Saint Helena in Paphos, Cyprus is making its way through social media outlets and architecture websites due to its unique modern...

Exploratory Drilling in Block 11 of Cyprus’ EEZ to Start in July

Exploratory drilling is set to take place in block 11 of Cyprus' Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) in the first two weeks of July, a...

EasyJet Flight to Larnaca Forced to Land in Turkey Before Diverting to Athens

On Friday evening an Easyjet aircraft with 184 people on board traveling from Gatwick to Larnaca ran into bad weather and the crew was forced...

President Anastasiades Hopes Social Dinner Will Help Resumption of Cyprus Talks

"I expect that during the social dinner of Sunday we will have the opportunity to have a resumption of the Cyprus negotiations," President of...

President Anastasiades Says Next Sunday’s Dinner ‘Doomed’ if Discussion Centers on CBMs

If next Sunday's dinner aims at discussing Confidence Building Measures (CBMs), then the effort to resume a fruitful dialogue is doomed, President of Cyprus...

Cyprus Talks May Resume in March, Eide Says

UN Special Adviser on Cyprus Espen Barth Eide said on Wednesday that good efforts are on the way and expressed the view that it will not take too...

Sources Say Meeting of UNSG With Anastasiades and Akinci in NY Not in the...

A meeting of the UN Secretary General with the leaders of the two communities in Cyprus, in the coming days, is not in the...

Cyprus Talks Remain at Impasse as Anastasiades Places Blame on Turkey

The Cyprus Talks, aimed at reunifying the divided, island have once again come to an impasse following Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci canceling his appearance...

President Anastasiades: I Will Not Enter Turkey’s Blame Game

Greece nePresident Nicos Anastasiades on Wednesday pointed out that he is not going to enter Turkey’s blame game, saying that Turkey is trying to...

Committee for Missing Persons Announce They Will Review Identification Process at US’s BODE Laboratory

The Committee on Missing Persons (CMP) in Cyprus has decided to review the statistical correlation of genetic results with those of relatives of missing...

UN Secretary General Guterres Holds Hope That Cyprus Talks Will Go Forward

United Nations Secretary General Antonio Guterres has expressed hope that the obstacles in the Cyprus talks will be overcome and the procedure will soon...

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