12° Nicosia,
10 April, 2020


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1. Prince Charles and Camilla to visit Cyprus in March

The Prince of Wales and the Duchess of Cornwall will be flying over to Cyprus for their first joint official visit, to take place from March 18 until March 21, the British High Commission announced on Tuesday....

2. Structural support work begins on historic 'Spitfire' coffeeshop

Cleaning and structural support work has begun on the iconic but dilapidated Spitfire coffeeshop located on the Green Line, at the Paphos Gate area of the Nicosia walls, the Nicosia municipality announced on Wednesday....

3. Nicosia walls literally coming down

A conservation group has slammed authorities in the north over the partial collapse of the Guerini Bastion, saying it had warned about the conditions of the Nicosia medieval walls but nobody took them seriously...

4. Britain says Iran attempted to block its oil tanker

Three Iranian vessels tried to block the passage of a British ship through the Strait of Hormuz but withdrew after warnings from a British warship, the British government said on Thursday. ...

5. Roman shipwreck discovered off Protaras

The Department of Antiquities announced on Thursday the discovery of a Roman era shipwreck off the coast of Cyprus. ...

6. Paphos hamam and minaret restored

7. A tear for Notre Dame

8. Europe unites after fire at Notre-Dame Cathedral

9. Cyprus and Lebanon to negotiate natural gas agreement

10. Cyprus - UK ties reaffirmed at Buckingham Palace

11. Two ‘shipwreck hunters’ arrested in Larnaca‘shipwreck-hunters-arrested-in-larnaca

Cyprus police have arrested two foreign nationals in connection with a suspected illegal search for antiquities underwater...

12. Tsipras visits Hagia Sophia in Istanbul

13. Greek parliament approves historic Macedonia name deal

14. Greek Cypriots and Turkish Cypriots team up to clean Agios Panteleimon (Video)

15. Explain this to an outsider

Andreas Paraschos writes about the state of impunity in Cyprus, where private citizens, the media, and politicians all beat around the bush on issues of impunity that are spectacularly clear to outsiders...

16. Repairing churches and mosques for 10 years

17. Volunteers to help restore Agios Panteleimonas Monastery

18. Technical Committee restores two more monuments in Famagusta

19. EU Commission earmarks €34.5 million for Turkish Cypriots€34-5-million-for-turkish-cypriots

20. Who wants to be Britain's next prime minister?

21. EU, UNDP plant 2,500 trees in Amiantos to offset carbon emissions

22. Wanted - Scientist to feature on Britain's new 50 pound note

23. Conference to shed light on city’s buffer zone

Nicosia will host the 5th Anniversary Conference of the 7 Most Endangered programme, in an effort to mobilise efforts to save Europe’s most threatened monuments and heritage sites...

24. Turkish Cypriot religious leader supports return of icons held in Kyrenia castle to Church of Cyprus

25. Kakopetria 2nd Spoon Sweet Festival

Autumn is just around the corner and if you are looking for amazing sweet fruit preserves this weekend, then look no further because you can taste great spoon sweets in Kakopetria this Sunday...

26. Indian President speaks of shared values with Cyprus

Indian President Ram Nath Kovind addressed on Monday the House of Representatives plenary in the presence of Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and spoke of the shared values and deep relations between Cyprus and India...

27. Kids become archaeologists for a day at Ancient Corinth

A colorful and joyful gaggle of 31 kids head down a narrow footpath to an excavation site at Ancient Corinth. They are all carrying backpacks and wearing identical green hats to protect them from the hot sun. ...

28. Petrides announces 5 mln euros for development projects in 94 communities

Interior Minister Constantinos Petrides has announced that 5 mln euros have been allocated for this year to carry out 115 small development projects in 94 communities mostly in the mountain regions of the island....

29. Prodromou: Peaceful coexistence of the past stressing efforts for a Cyprus settlement continue

Greek Cypriot and Turkish Cypriot inhabitants of Choulou village managed to live peacefully in the past, something for which we are striving, as we are seeking to end the Turkish occupation of the island and achieve a Cyprus settlement, Government Spokesman Prodromos Prodromou has said....

30. FYROM parliament starts debate on name deal with Greece

The parliament of the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) on Tuesday started debating a law ratifying an agreement with neighboring Greece designed to end a decades-long dispute over the country’s name....