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Bishop Georgios was elected after the death in November of Archbishop Chrysostomos II.
Valencia: Europe's Smart Capital hosts Smart Destinations conference
From Monday to Wednesday, Spain's third largest city organised the conference On Smart Destinations, sharing its strategies on sustainability and accessibility, blended together with the use of modern technology.
Smart tourism: How is tech transforming the world of travel?
Smart cities - from Paphos to Zagreb - are redefining tourism, using AR to bring art and history to life.
Cyprus' Greek Orthodox Archbishop Chrysostomos II dies, aged 81
Chrysostomos had suffered from liver cancer for the last four years and had spent his final days at the church’s headquarters in the capital.
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Cypriot riot police have used tear gas to quell violence at a migrant reception centre after clashes between different ethnic groups caused a fire to break out.
Cyprus President denounces the EU's 'double standards' with Turkey
In an interview with Euronews, Nicos Anastasiades rebuked his fellow EU leaders for putting economic interests before international law.
NGO releases newly-hatched sea turtles on Cyprus's west coast at sunset
Members of the Society for Protection of Turtles (Spot) NGO gather at sunset in northern Cyprus's Akdeniz turtle conservation beach to release around 300 newly-hatched Loggerhead (Caretta Caretta) and Green (Chelonia Mydas) turtles.
Endless summer: Cyprus has one of Europe's longest beach seasons
Even beaches that are adjacent to big resorts become unspoiled sandy stretches where there are more sea turtles than people towards the end of summer.
Cypriot tourism industry hit hard
Cyprus feels the cost of the Russian tourism deficit, as one of their largest groups of visitors do not come to the island this summer.
Cyprus president tests positive for COVID-19
President Nicos Anastasiades is in a good condition and has exhibited only mild symptoms, according to a government spokesperson.
Meet the Cypriot women determined to keep Fythkiotika weaving alive
At 82, Irene Diomidous is one of the last remaining Fythkiotika weavers, an artform which has been passed down through generations of women. But why is the practice dying out?
Cyprus: Urgent warning for tourists about new mask rules
The country's health minister says that a spike in hospital admissions and people not taking proper precautions contributed to the decision.
Russian flight ban will cost Cyprus €600 million this summer
Tourism accounts for 10% of Cyprus' economy so the loss of Russian and Ukrainian spend is significant.
Cyprus claims Turkey wants 'complete control' of separatist north
Cyprus is set to lodge a complaint with the United Nations over Turkey's dealings with Turkish Cypriots on the divided island.
Greece and Cyprus lift COVID measures for tourist season
Wearing face masks is no longer compulsory in Greece and Cyprus ahead of the high tourist season.
1p summer holidays are up for grabs in Greece, Spain and Cyprus
One previous winner of the airline’s ‘bid for a break’ competition bagged herself an all-inclusive stay in Crete for 23 cents.
Spain lifts some facemask rules, Cyprus to ease COVID measures
Masks will still be mandatory for visitors and staff in Spanish medical centres and nursing homes, as well as on public transport.
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Russian artist doused in fake blood protests
A Russian artist doused herself in fake blood in a solo protest in St. Petersburg on March 27, before police came to take her away.