27 March, 2019


Displaying results 91-120 of 348 matches for query Cyprus Problem.

91. Mourning Larnaca father speaks from the heart

The father of the two Larnaca siblings, the little girl who was stabbed to death by her brother, has posted a video accusing state officials of wanting to “wash their hands” of any responsibility in his family tragedy...

92. Turkish fighter jets fly over Nicosia

Nicosia skies were pierced by the thunder of two Turkish fighter jets at noon Thursday, marking celebrations in the north while drawing condemnation in the south...

93. Cyprus talks to begin in 2019

94. Shell companies ''This is over, its finished''

95. Interview with Isfandyar Zaman Khan, lead specialist for finance and innovation at the World Bank

96. Government: There is no secret deal with Turkey on gas

97. Dijsselbloem: Cyprus is still in search of a new economic paradigm

98. The critical presidential question

Andreas Paraschos takes a closer look at the latest political developments on the Cyprus issue, following a presidential press conference that left many with a smug on their face ...

99. Two injured in Limassol road explosion

Two men were injured in an explosion on Friday in the middle of a Limassol road, when line marking equipment exploded unexpectedly...

100. New details emerge in Larnaca sibling murder

New details have emerged in the Larnaca sibling murder, with reports saying the boy who killed his sister was hyperactive but not violent while neighbours who heard the initial screams had become complacent due to frequent yelling...

101. Christodoulides optimistic about resumption of Cyprus talks

102. Others ready to host kids, if Zygi won’t

Two communities have stepped up to the plate to signal their readiness to welcome refugee unaccompanied minors following recent protests in Zygi, but state officials insist on original location due to approved funding...

103. Larnaca official to stand trial

A Larnaca city official will stand trial on corruption charges, a criminal court ruled on Thursday, in the case of a nightclub owner who paid cash to clear his business citations but the money was never deposited...

104. Christodoulides meets US National Security Advisor John Bolton

105. Interview with Jaap Winter professor of international and corporate law at Vrije University

106. Politician accused of racism in the wake of sibling murder

A Cypriot MP candidate found herself in the hot seat on Wednesday for comments she made on social media where she appeared to link the horrific sibling murder in Larnaca to multiculturalism...

107. Analysis: The President’s speech

108. US and Cyprus sign statement of intent on security cooperation

109. Food for Thought

110. Cyprus solar power production on the rise

111. US Ambassador: We do not approve of military response to solve energy disputes

112. Minister weighs in on Paphos doctor strike

Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou has issued a public response to state union doctors in Paphos going on rolling strikes, pointing out inconsistencies in their position...

113. KNEWS at the 14th Economist Conference

114. Paphos ER medics to go on rolling strike

State doctors working in the Emergency Room at Paphos General will start a rolling strike Thursday to protest working conditions, saying they are dangerously understaffed...

115. FM and President offer contradictory statements ahead of Jane Holl Lute meeting

116. Jane Holl Lute to meet Cyprus leaders today

117. Turkey to drill in its own waters

118. President to inform public after meeting with Jane Holl Lute

119. NGO says trafficking victims lack support

Recent law enforcement operations against human and sex trafficking in Cyprus drew attention to a number of additional problems, including waning state support and landlords refusing to rent homes to trafficked women...

120. Fiscal Council: Construction sector growth will not continue indefinitely