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Preparing for the nightmare before Christmas

Cyprus President Anastasiades has entered the festive spirit by phoning up his friends in the neighbourhood to remind them this is the season of giving and it was time to show their support. I’m not sure what the protocol is

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VAR is not football as we know it

For a country that doesn’t even employ goal-line technology, the Cyprus FA is taking a leap of faith in its determination to introduce the highly controversial Video Assistant Referee system next season.


High-end residential living

By Antonis Loizou There are numerous high-quality homes around Cyprus for around €1.5-€5 mln (plus), whose main interest comes from the foreign market since by local standards this is a considerable amount


Cyprus energy future depends on Ankara

By Cyril Widdershove Even though the international community is apprehensive about the regional power projections of Turkey’s president Erdogan, now threatening a possible maritime conflict after he signed an EEZ agreement with