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The European Central Bank is set to change its rules to allow it to buy asset-backed securities with junk ratings issued by Greek and...

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President Barack Obama has reiterated the US’ strong support for efforts to bring about a settlement in Cyprus, describing the Republic as a “valued...

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On Tuesday the Cypriot police announced that thieves had looted a valuable painting from the house of a 70-year-old Greek Cypriot in the city...

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40 years ago, the Cypriot town of Famagusta was occupied by Turkish forces. Today it's capturing media attention once again, as the subject of Victoria...

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Greece, Egypt and Cyprus have expressed their commitment to work closely and strengthen their cooperation in areas of mutual benefit, following a trilateral meeting...

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The most important thing to remember when dealing with banks is a simple rule; banks are a business, motivated by profit. Banks are not...

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The Kykkos Monastery of Cyprus is the latest victim of the country's ongoing economic crisis. Reports emerged yesterday that the monastery – historically, the...

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The first transfer of a Greek-Cypriot football player to a team located in the Turkish-occupied part of Cyprus has Greek fans shocked. Dimitris Vasileiou, 35,...

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A cruise liner returning from Greece has rescued approximately 300 Syrian refugees whose trawler had run into trouble at the sea area off Paphos, Cyprus. The...

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Speaking at a news conference, University Rector Constantinos Christofides said the creation of the Confucius Institute would significantly contribute to the internationalization of the University of...

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In addition to the Cyprus issue and the "FYROM" name dispute, recent regional and international crises dominated discussions between Greek Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos and UN...

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New developments in the Cyprus problem, bilateral relations and energy issues were on the agenda of a meeting between Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades and US...