Greece, Britain and Israel have sent planes and helicopters to Cyprus to help fight one of the biggest forest fires to hit the island in years.
It has been four decades since Cyprus was divided in 1974 after the Turkish invasion in the island causing thousands of residents to abandon their
Greek Cypriots will no longer require visas to visit Turkey under a new deal agreed between the EU and Ankara. The move is be part of a wider
Cyprus has kicked off the working week standing on its own two feet. Its EU bailout has officially finished, as it bounces back from financial
The Egyptian suspect of the EgyptAir plane hijack has been remanded in custody for a further eight days at least. A court in Larnaca, Cyprus, ordered
Passengers and crew have arrived safely in Egypt after their plane was hijacked. Authorities say a man using a fake suicide belt forced the EgyptAir
The hijack of EgyptAir Flight MS181 on Tuesday after its take-off from Alexandria may have ended safely. But security questions raised are likely to
Passengers and crew are safe and an alleged plane hijacker was arrested on Tuesday after an hours-long hostage drama in Cyprus. A domestic EgyptAir
The hijacker has turned himself over to police with no apparent injuries to any of the hostages
A man thought to be strapped with explosives hijacked an EgyptAir plane on a flight between Alexandria and Cairo on Tuesday. The aircraft was forced
Cyprus will veto a planned EU-Turkey deal on refugees unless Ankara recognises the country’s Greek Cypriot government, President Nicos Anastasiades
Cyprus said on Tuesday it won’t back any acceleration of negotiations for Turkey’s EU membership, jeopardising an accord between the EU and Ankara
A Cypriot art project highlighting the plight of immigrants crossing the Mediterranean has claimed first prize in an international competition.
Nothing is agreed, until everything is agreed
Bilateral agreements were signed in Tel Aviv between the Israeli and Greek prime ministers before they travelled to Cyprus
For the first time in decades, Greek Cypriots celebrated Epiphany on the northern side of ethnically-split Cyprus on Wednesday, as momentum builds
For the first time ever the leaders of the Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot communities have delivered a joint televised message for Christmas. They
One of the world’s largest water pipelines went on stream on Saturday, with the Turkish president turning the taps on the 80 kilometre-long project
A heavy sand storm has hit many parts of the Middle East. Much of Jordan, Lebanon, Israel and Cyprus in clouds of dust. At least eight people have
The United Kingdom is to extend its Tornado air campaign against ISIL in Iraq until March 2017. RAF Tornados will continue strikes against Islamic
A British warplane accidentally has dropped two missiles onto its own base in Cyprus.
The weapons fell from the aircraft as it was landing on
France is today putting its feet up to mark Pentecost today – one of a dozen public holidays the country will enjoy in 2015.
But how does France –
As if this Saturday’s three hour final wont be thrilling enough, the last of 27 participating nations in the Eurovision Song Contest were selected on
UN-sponsored talks resumed on Friday after an eight-month stalemate with Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders agreeing to adopt confidence-building
Turkish and Greek leaders of the divided island of Cyprus agree to restart reunification talks on Friday