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13 hrs ago | The Hill
The opinion piece, "Hope for a peace settlement on Cyprus" by Ahmet Erdengiz is fundamentally flawed and littered with historical inaccuracies.
21 hrs ago | The Financial Mirror
The Kanika Group has sold The Alexander the Great Beach Hotel in Paphos and the Kanika International Business Center in Limassol in two separate multimillion-euro deals involving Russian investors.
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades is due in Athens on Monday to discuss the ongoing reunification talks on the island with Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras and Foreign Minister Evangelos Venizelos.
Ryanair will probably submit an expression of interest in troubled Cyprus Airways, which is up for sale, Chief Executive Michael OA'Leary said on Tuesday.
The Cyprus Foreign Ministry has dismissed press reports of allegations of an import of 4,603 tonnes of barley originating in Crimea on June 23. The Ministry said that investigations conducted by the authorities "revealed that there was no import of cereals originating in Crimea into the Republic of Cyprus".
Protestors burn a hand-painted Israeli flag next to a graffiti of the Star of David symbol, seen on the ground, during an anti Israel demonstration outside of the Israeli embassy in Nicosia, Cyprus, Monday, July 21, 2014.
AHEPA Calls for Removal of Turkish Troops from Cyprus; Movement on Confidence-Building Measures WASHINGTON, DC - Supreme President Anthony Kouzounis issued the following statement on the 40th anniversary of the illegal invasion and subsequent occupation of the Republic of Cyprus by Turkey that occurred July 20, 1974: "Today we ask, 'How long?' as ... (more)
The Central Bank of Cyprus announced that it has taken over the management of the operations of the branch of the Federal Bank of the Middle East , following allegations money laundering by a financial crime unit of the U.S. government.
On a balmy July morning in 1974, Victoria Harwood Butler-Sloss was awoken by the sound of gunfire outside her childhood home in Cyprus's capital Nicosia.
The government has decided to go ahead with the immediate privatisation of national carrier Cyprus Airways by inviting expressions of interest from strategic investors for its controlling stake in the troubled airline.
Larnacans face a dilemma do they want real growth that will transform the town from a backwater airport host to a bustling business centre, or are they content with the slow pace of events where a mass wedding of tourists seemed like the cultural highlight of the year? It makes one wonder why the locals would beat the war drums and rally public ... (more)
Updated: Wed Jul 23, 2014 10:33 am
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