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Man arrested over alleged kidnap of cable car crash survivor in Italy
Six-year-old Eitan Biran has been the focus of a custody battle between his maternal grandparents in Israel and his paternal relatives in Italy after surviving the crash in May.
Cyprus looks to offload halloumi stockpile after COVID crumbles demand
Over six million kilos of the unsold famous cheese is in deep storage in Cyprus after demand crumbled over the past year due to lockdowns across Europe.
ERMIS II - the project helping people with reduced mobility enjoy the beach
Thanks to a European project, people with reduced mobility in Cyprus and in Greece can enjoy the sea as many beaches are now equipped with wheelchair ramps, devices to get them into the water and much more.
Could halloumi be a diplomatic driving force in Cyprus?
Halloumi cheese in Cyprus is being given a Protected Designation of Origin label from the European Union, but this is causing diplomatic and economical challenges. We take a look at how this cheese may or may not be a unifying factor on the island.
Cyprus removes school textbook over praise of Turkey founder Ataturk
Cyprus said that the contents of the English textbook were "completely inappropriate and unacceptable".
Syrian oil spill threatens northern coast of Cyprus
The spill reportedly occurred after fuel leaked from a tank at the Baniyas Thermal Station.
At a crossroads: Is Cyprus becoming Europe's newest tech island?
Cyprus has earned its fair share of poetic nicknames throughout the years. Now it's looking to add a new one: "tech island".
Turkish drone presence in northern Cyprus worries neighbours
The leader of the breakaway Turkish Cypriots has said the drones could be scrambled much faster than from airbases on mainland Turkey.
Cyprus to revoke passports issued to Turkish-Cypriot officials
The decision is linked to Turkey's and the Turkish-Cypriot authorities' plan to reopen the eastern ghost town of Varosha in defiance of UN resolutions.
Protests against COVID health pass held across Europe
Protests against COVID health pass were held across Europe on Saturday 7 August.
Clashes at Beirut protest on blast anniversary
Groups of protesters hurled stones and clashed with security forces near the Lebanese Parliament in Beirut on Wednesday, a year to the day since the devastating blast at the city's port.
'Unacceptable': Cyprus slams Turkish move to open up a part of Varosha
Varosha, a fenced-off derelict area under Turkish control, has been left deserted since the 1974 invasion that split Cyprus.
Cypriots dream of returning to tourism jewel that became a ghost town
Empty since the 1974 Turkish invasion, it used to be the hotspot of international tourism. Now Varosha is a vast area of abandoned and ruined buildings.
Shots fired from Turkish vessel at Cypriot coastguard: reports
An adviser to Northern Cyprus's foreign minister told Euronews: "There is no such incident. It did not happen. This is a lie."
Cyprus: 'Worst ever' fire that killed 4 now under control
A 67-year-old man is being investigated on arson charges after four people died in what authorities called the “most destructive" fire in the island nation's history.
Four dead as 'worst ever' fire tears through Cyprus
The blaze, which began on Saturday afternoon, forced the evacuation of at least eight mountain villages.
As diplomats return, is Europe rebuilding bridges with Assad's Syria?
At least five EU countries have brought back diplomats to Damascus despite the bloc's sanctions against the Assad regime, Euronews has learned.
Cyprus wrongly issued passports despite warnings, probe concludes
More than 6,700 passports were issued by Cyprus over its investment-for-citizenship programme's 13-year run but over half of them were issued not to the investors themselves but to family members or top company executives.
Brussels wants member states to keep spending to maintain recovery
Brussels wants EU countries to keep investing and spending in order to maintain the recovery from the pandemic.
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Greek, Turkish leaders to meet on NATO summit sidelines amid tensions
Turkey's Foreign Affairs Minister, Mevlut Cavusoglu, is in Greece for talks with his Greek counterpart, Nikos Dendias.