When I was writing in 1994 the lyrics to a song called “Tou Vagori” about 1619 missing persons in Cyprus, I never expected less than a year later I would be discovering completely by accident that the correct number was not 1619 and the Missing were not just Greek Cypriots...
A bill that would empower harassment and stalking victims is being delayed in the House in order for MPs to seek input from the legal department...
Media reports in the south say a number of Greek Cypriot farmers have been provoked by Turkish military presence in the buffer zone in Denia, while details remain unclear over the incidents...
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 ...
The Republic of Cyprus has identified seven bodies that were buried in 1974 and recently unearthed during excavations of human remains at Nicosia’s Athalassa hospital...
US-Turkish relations have never been easy to manage. But the current standoff between Washington and Ankara is striking, even by the standards of an historically difficult relationship....
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....
Dialogue is the only option to reach a Cyprus settlement, Minister of Defence Savvas Angelides said on Sunday....
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias has written a book on the recent Cyprus peace talks, in which he criticises UN envoy Espen Barth Eide and shares details and documents unseen by the public...
The parts of a Noratlas plane arrived at Makedonitissa military cemetery on Monday, where they will be put back together in an exact replica of the aircraft that was shot down by friendly fire during a secret mission in 1974...
Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias reiterated Wednesday his country’s supports for a solution to the Cyprus problem as long as there are no interventionist rights from other countries...
Greece and the Former Yugoslav Republic of Macedonia (FYROM) are reportedly on the brink of reaching a deal to resolve the decades-old name dispute after the two countries’ foreign ministers apparently reached common ground on Monday.
President Nicos Anastasiades says he is ready to resume talks for a Cyprus settlement, on the basis of the framework submitted by the UN Secretary-General António Guterres last July 4...