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Now there is a moment of opportunity, a window of opportunity that has to be used not only to get to any deal but...

The European Union has solved a long dispute over a special cheese from Cyprus by deciding to recognize it by both its Greek and...

"We feel among friends," Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu stressed during the common press conference after his meeting with Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades, who pointed...

Excavations to locate the remains of 19 Greek airmen, killed when their aircraft was shot down by friendly fire during the 1974 Turkish invasion...

Cypriot and Greek naval forces have successfully concluded a search and rescue drill, code-named "CYPGRE-01/15," according to the Cypriot Defense Ministry. The exercise took place...

There is not much hope for the people of Cyprus to live and let live in a democratic state that shines with equality, transparency...

July 24, 1974 is an important day in modern Greek history as it marks the day democracy was restored after seven years of military...

In a message marking the 41st anniversary since the fall of the 1967-1974 military junta and the restoration of democracy in Greece, President of...

The newly formed Technical Committee on Culture, aiming to promote and facilitate cultural events, which will bring the two communities closer together, has announced...

The International Monetary Fund (IMF) is set to replace Rishi Goyal, head representative of the institution's technical team in Greece, with a person who has had experience in analyzing Greece's...

The election of the Tsipras government has triggered a massive headache for the Eurogroup in fear it may inspire others across the Eurozone. They...

It was the dawn of July 20, 1974, when sirens wailed in Cyprus as 43,000 heavily armed Turkish troops invaded the island from the...