Cyprus

Erdogan presses hard line on Cyprus, pushes to reopen ghost town

Turkey's President Recep Tayyip Erdogan insisted Tuesday on a two-state solution in Cyprus and threw his weight behind plans for a coastal resort...

Show of ‘solidarity’ in Cyprus ghost town before Erdogan visit

Ahead of a visit Tuesday by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the Cypriot ghost town of Varosha, activists from both sides of the divided...

Protesters attack Cyprus TV over Covid measures, vaccines

Protesters against coronavirus measures and vaccines attacked a Cypriot television station and torched cars outside the building in Nicosia on...

Tensions flare as Erdogan heads to breakaway north Cyprus

Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan heads to breakaway north Cyprus Tuesday, to mark the anniversary of Turkey's 1974 invasion, a visit infuriating...

Cyprus says police patrol boat warned off by Turkish coastguard

Cypriot police said the Turkish coastguard fired warning shots at one of its vessels patrolling for undocumented migrants off the island's north...

Covid hits Britain’s flagship after Cyprus port call

The Royal Navy's flagship, HMS Queen Elizabeth, is managing a Covid outbreak after more than 100 crew were infected during a port call in Cyprus...

Cyprus says huge forest blaze fully ‘under control’

Firefighters in Cyprus said Monday they had brought under control the island's worst blaze on record, which ripped through mountain forests and...

Cyprus worst forest fire in decades kills four

Cyprus said a deadly forest fire that was the worst to hit the island in decades was close to being brought under control Sunday after water...

Cyprus mountain villagers in shock after deadly wildfire

Villagers in the Troodos mountains of Cyprus looked in shock Sunday at their blackened hillsides after a deadly fire fanned by high temperatures...

Four dead in Cyprus’ worst forest fire in decades

A huge forest blaze in Cyprus has killed four people, destroyed homes and forced evacuations of villages as Greece, Israel and other countries...

Ancient aromas aim to lure new crop of tourists to Cyprus

Lavender, basil and roses: aromatic plants are being cultivated in Cyprus to broaden the island's sun-and-sea appeal and regain a lofty botanical...

Cyprus north-south crossings reopen as Covid curbs eased

Crossing points reopened Friday along the UN-patrolled ceasefire line that divides Cyprus as coronavirus restrictions first imposed 15 months...

Cyprus votes for new parliament amid anger over graft scandal

Cypriots voted Sunday in parliamentary elections amid simmering public anger over the "golden passports" corruption scandal on the Mediterranean...

No breakthrough in Cyprus settlement talks at UN

Talks with rival Cypriot leaders failed to find common ground that could pave the way towards resolving the decades-old division of Cyprus, the...

‘Common ground’ at premium as Cyprus rivals head to Geneva

Four years after their last peace talks failed, rival Cypriot leaders will meet in Switzerland from Tuesday to explore elusive "common ground"...

Race to save Cyprus corals from climate change, mass tourism

Many people think Cyprus has no corals, says marine ecologist Louis Hadjiannou. If climate change and coastal development continue unabated,...

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