This is the Brief from Brussels, a roundup of the top stories from the EU's de facto political capital
The Cyprus peace talks in Switzerland are the best chance at an agreement, the UN says.
It is believed to be Aphrodite’s birthplace, yet Cyprus’ modern history has not been one marked by love – rather by a great deal of violence that ended with the island’s division between a Turkish nor
Sophie Claudet, Euronews: What is the general support in favour of a peace accord nowadays in Cyprus?
Sophie Claudet, Euronews:Is the business community in and outside Cyprus preparing and pushing for a peace deal?
Ozan Dagli is a Turkish Cypriot entrepreneur, director of Dagli Trading Limited.
Phidias K. Pilides is the President of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry.
For over 40 years Cyprus has been divided between its Turkish and Greek communities. Many however strive for reunification, which could boost the island's economy.
Euronews Insiders speaks with Cypriots whose families were displaced after fighting in the 1970s.
Larkos and Hatice perform in the Greek and Turkish languages.
Human capital flight is a serious problem for Cyprus.
Michael Georgiades, a Greek speaking Cypriot, shows Euronews reporter Hans von der Brelie a mud-brick house in northern Cyprus: at the age of 18, Michael and his family fled…
Euronews reporter Hans von der Brelie meets retired banker Ramadan Kandulu in the outskirts of Morphou/Güzelyurt, where he takes care of an orange orchard.
In the southern Cyprus city of Limassol we meet Greek speaking Elena Georgiou and her mother Chrysoulla Georgiou, who invited us to their home for some tea and delicious home-made…
What future for Cyprus?
Prime Minister Theresa May has left the US and flown to Turkey for talks with President Recep Tayyip Erdogan. Insiders say it is part of a charm offensive to bolster her hand in negotiations to leave
By Nikos Christodoulides, Cyprus government spokesman The seemingly intractable Cyprus problem has been dubbed the ‘graveyard of diplomats’, an unforgiving label alluding to the failed attempts of the
The two sides talking in Geneva over the future of Cyprus have reportedly failed to reach agreement over a new map for the divided Mediterranean island.
The President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades says at this stage in the Geneva talks on reuniting Cyprus that dialogue is what is important.
Talks to resolve the 40-year division of Cyprus ended without agreement on Thursday night but there are plans for officials to meet again in a week.