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1. Russian World Foundation honors Andreas Neocleous

2. Groom partially amputated after buggy accident

A bridegroom had his hand partially amputated on his wedding photo shoot day after the buggy he was driving with his bride on board fell off a cliff in Paphos...

3. Cypriots celebrate Easter

Easter may be a thing from last week in some parts of the world, but it is almost the end of Holy Week in the Republic Cyprus where people get ready for Saturday midnight mass and Easter Sunday celebrations...

4. A tear for Notre Dame

5. Death toll from Sri Lanka attacks rises sharply to 290

6. Unruly teens cause mayhem in Limassol

A male teenager was arrested during an overnight operation in Limassol, where juveniles were lighting fires and throwing rocks at the police...

7. World War II exhibition opens in Nicosia

The exhibition “1940 | Faces and Images. Cyprus - Greece,” honouring the unseen heroes of World War II, a milestone moment for Cyprus and its people, was inaugurated last night at the Bank of Cyprus Cultural Foundation by the President of the Republic Nicos Anastasiades...

8. Motive still unclear in Cypriot woman’s murder

Police in South Africa are investigating the murder of a woman of Greek and Cypriot origins, who was gunned down by a group of men outside her residence in Mpumalanga province...

9. Nicosia residents speak up against firecrackers

Concerned citizens are alarmed over the illegal use of firecrackers outside APOEL football club in Nicosia, where reports said teens were having fun with firecrackers ending up in the busy street...

10. Tsipras says constitutional revision reflects will for reforms

Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras on Wednesday called for changes to the country's Constitution that included, among others, changes to the way the president is elected, expanding the use of referendums and limiting the parliamentary terms of lawmakers, during a debate on the constitutional revision....

11. New Democracy is not SYRIZA

12. Tsipras visits Hagia Sophia in Istanbul

13. School canteen drug allegations fire up debate

Cyprus police are hitting back at allegations that a school canteen in Limassol was selling drugs, landing the source of the claims in the hot seat...

14. Product with an expiry date

15. Christmas in photos around the world

Here are a few photos from different parts of the world where Christmas was celebrated on 25 December 2018...

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. Repatriated 6th-century St. Mark mosaic to help reconstitute apse

20. Sixth century mosaic of Saint Mark returns home

21. PM: Greece to announce 10,000 new state jobs in 2019

Greece will be announcing 10,000 new state sector jobs in 2019, Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras said Thursday in the wake of the announcement Tuesday of a tentative deal with the Church of Greece....

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

23. Greek government to issue operation licenses for old houses of worship

The Ministry of Education, Research and Religion will grant licenses to all houses of worship operating in Greece since 1955, according to a cyclical issued on Wednesday. ...

24. The Greek Diaspora

25. Greek Cypriot priest detained briefly in the north

Four people detained Tuesday afternoon by Turkish Cypriot authorities in connection with an alleged theft of a piece of church stone with archeological value...

26. Shaket seeking to 'nationalize' orthodox church land

27. Archbishop undergoes cancer surgery in London

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

29. Lessons from Northern Ireland

30. Cyprus celebrates Independence Day

A military parade took place in Nicosia on Monday to mark the independence of the Republic of Cyprus, when the island moved from being a British colony to an official UN member state 58 years ago...