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Divers brought some Christmas spirit to a popular shipwreck off the coast of Cyprus. A white Christmas tree was decorated with non-toxic ornaments as 'Santa' divers posed in front of fish, 42 metres beneath the surface
A group of refugee families stranded for two decades on a British military base in Cyprus have been granted permanent residency in the UK
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Cypriot officials opened two new border crossings on Monday for the first time in eight years, marking the latest push for peace by the two sides after UN-backed talks collapsed last year
A powerful tornado swept through the Nicosia district of Cyprus on Sunday (October 21).
Low cost carrier Cobalt Air, which was the largest airline based in Cyprus, went into administration on Thursday, stranding hundreds of passengers on the Mediterranean island.
More than 140 refugees arrived in just four days from September 1 to 4, in what the Cypriot government said was a significant spike in irregular immigration.
Ancient Greek dramas performed in authentic setting of Cypriot amphitheatres
Two Turkish Cypriot journalists face charges in Turkey over criticism of Recep Tayyip Erdogan’s regime after their case fell through in Cyprus.
Northern Cypriot and Turkish coast guards together with helicopters rescued 103 migrants with the help from commercial vessels in the area
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Nicos Anastasiades won with 56 percent of the vote. In an exclusive interview with Euronews he said he would make unity with Turkish Cypriots a top priority.
Greek Cypriots headed back to the polls on Sunday in a runoff presidential vote between an incumbent conservative pledging to re-energise talks at ending the island's division, and a leftist opponent who accuses him of squandering chances of a deal.
Voters say they want a president they can trust not only to finally reunite the island but also to boost its economy, on the mend after a financial crisis in 2013.
Incumbent Nicos Anastasiades will face leftist-backed candidate Stavros Malas in a presidential runoff this weekend in a race that could define whether peace talks with Turkish Cypriots can resume this year.
It was exciting to visit the old world charm of Cyprus for the first time ever in December. Cyprus is known as the gateway to the Middle East where
The two-day visit, seen as historic, is set to discuss migration, Cyprus and other tricky topics.
For the first time in 65 years a Turkish president is visiting Greece amid hopes of a breakthrough on the Cyprus issue.