Yiannos Michaelides, a veteran executive with over 27 years’ international experience in successfully leading telcom and media companies, is set to take over the role … Read more
Cyprus has pledged to cover the holiday costs of anyone who tests positive for the virus after travelling there.
In a letter made public on … Read more
Microsoft Greece, Cyprus and Malta announces organizational changes in its senior management team, aiming at further strategic development of its partner network and more effective … Read more
France, Netherlands, Belgium, Bulgaria, Cyprus, Czech Republic, Greece, Ireland, Latvia, Malta, Poland and Portugal are calling on Brussels to temporarily suspend a European law granting … Read more
Cyprus goes in total lock-down to mitigate strain on health system as some citizens ignore plea to stay home
Cyprus’ President Nicos Anastasiades announced draconian measures including restrictions in movement and the closures of public places, as the government seeks to stop the spread … Read more
Cyprus closes down schools, ban mass gathering and lock down hospitals after first CoVid-19 cases confirmed
After becoming the last EU country to report confirmed cases of COVID-19, Cyprus has followed the example of other countries in the bloc and closed … Read more
Anger and tension as Cyprus does a precautionary closure of dividing-checkpoint on the split island, in view of Co-Vid 19 outbreak
Cypriot police had to fire pepper spray on Saturday as tension led to skirmishes with protesters angry that a checkpoint on the ethnically split island … Read more
Cyprus has strongly objected to a reduction of €30m in EU funds relating to migration for the period between 2021 and 2027, according to Finance … Read more
Photos from the French aircraft carrier ‘Charles de Gaulle’ after on Friday it docked at the port of Limassol, Cyprus.
The huge vessel, which … Read more
Cyprus warned money laundering risk in the real estate sector has “increased exponentially” under the Investment Program
Cyprus needs to step up its fight against the laundering of illicit cash generated outside the east Mediterranean island nation, a leading European financial watchdog … Read more
The president of Turkish-occupied Northern Cyprus has warned the Mediterranean island faces permanent partition of its Greek and Turkish communities unless an agreement is swiftly … Read more
Romania and Portugal have complained to Cyprus over the apparently rampant phenomenon of sham marriages between EU citizens from other states and third-country nationals with … Read more
In 2020, EASO will see its operational deployments double in size, with up to 550 personnel deployed in Greece, 150 in Italy, 120 in Cyprus … Read more
A British woman found guilty of fabricating a claim that she was raped by a gang of Israeli youths in Cyprus has received a four-month … Read more
Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis (C), President of Cyprus Nicos Ananstasiadis (L) and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu (R) join hands during a meeting prior … Read more
Israel, Greece and Cyprus are set to sign a trilateral agreement that will lay the groundwork for a planned gas pipeline connecting Israel’s offshore fields … Read more
Pressure is mounting on the Cypriot authorities to reassess the case of a British teenager found guilty of lying about being gang-raped as anger rises … Read more
Cyprus tops list of countries offering Citizenship by Investment Programmes whose passport power increased during 2019
Cyprus topped the list of countries offering Citizenship by Investment Programmes (CBI) whose passport power increased during 2019, according to the latest Passport Index.
The … Read more
A British woman has been found guilty of lying about being gang raped by Israeli tourists in Cyprus.
In a case closely followed by rights … Read more
Turkey’s willingness to dispatch troops to Libya is “unacceptable” and such a move would constitute unwanted meddling in the affairs of a friendly country, … Read more
Cyprus has petitioned the International Court of Justice at The Hague to safeguard its offshore mineral rights, its president said, as neighbour Turkey disputes … Read more
Greece said it opposed an accord reached by Turkey and Libya to define their maritime boundaries but said it and Ankara – both members of … Read more
Russian billionaire Oleg Deripaska ‘stripped of Cyprus citizenship’ in clampdown on cash-for-visa scheme
Oleg Deripaska, a Russian billionaire with ties to the Kremlin, has had his Cypriot citizenship revoked as the island nation clamps down on abuse of … Read more
Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Tuesday the European Union’s decision to sanction Turkey over drilling off the coast of Cyprus could disrupt talks with … Read more
The EU on Monday adopted a sanctions regime targeting Turkey over its unauthorized gas drilling in Cypriot water.
DW reports that EU foreign ministers backed … Read more
A voracious, venomous species of fish that has invaded the Mediterranean from the Red Sea may be about to meet its match as conservationists urge … Read more
Over 300 potential victims of labour exploitation in the agricultural sector identified in pan-European action
Between 16 and 20 September 2019, Europol supported the first Europe-wide Joint Action Days against human trafficking for labour exploitation focusing specifically on the agricultural … Read more
European Council President Donald Tusk said on Friday the latest round of Brexit talks carried no guarantee of success and time was “practically up” – … Read more
Greece, Cyprus and Bulgaria expected to highlight to EU that the migration problem isn’t just about Italy and Malta
The EU’s migration plans should focus on the Eastern Mediterranean, not just Italy and Malta, three EU countries will say this week.
In a document, … Read more
The British Minister of State for Europe, Christopher Pincher on Friday said Britain ‘deplored’ any drilling in waters close to Cyprus as a row escalated … Read more
Following a successful course as CEO of Microsoft for Greece, Cyprus and Malta, Ms. Peggy Antonakou is taking the next step in her career, outside … Read more
A handout photo made available by the Turkish Defence Minister press office shows Turkish ‘TGC Oruc Reis’ frigate escorting to National seismic exploration vessel ‘Oruc … Read more
Leaders of the Greek and Turkish parts of the divided island of Cyprus have agreed to meet with the UN Secretary-General, António Guterres, in order … Read more
Police searching for Natalie Christopher, a 35-year-old British woman who disappeared on the Greek island of Ikaria say they have found her dead in a … Read more
Two Turkish drill ships are continuing operations in the eastern Mediterranean and another ship will join them this month, Energy Minister Fatih Donmez said, as … Read more
Cyprus has asked the European Commission to help relocate 5,000 asylum seekers to other EU countries as the island nation struggles to accommodate an influx … Read more
Greece accused Turkey of undermining security in the eastern Mediterranean by drilling for oil and gas around Cyprus.
These were some of the strongest comments … Read more
Police in Cyprus said they arrested a 19-year-old British woman on Sunday on suspicion of filing a false complaint of gang rape for which a … Read more
Military personnel attend a memorial service at the Tymvos Makedonitissa military cemetery during a memorial day for the soldiers who lost their lives fighting the … Read more
Turkey is set to deploy a fourth ship to explore for gas and oil off the coast of Cyprus in defiance of EU sanctions imposed … Read more
Twelve Israelis, some under 18, were arrested in Cyprus on suspicion that they raped a 19-year-old British tourist at a hotel in the resort town … Read more
Five exploratory and five confirmatory drillings in the licensed plots of the Cypriot EEZ will take place over the next two years, according to the … Read more
The European Union’s foreign ministers decided Monday to impose sanctions on Turkey over its illegal drilling activities within the territorial waters of member state Cyprus.… Read more