There was a rather subdued feeling about this year’s Black anniversary remembrance events, with a sense of fatigue after 49 years of hurt and division. Government officials made their usual attendance of
There is growing interest in mountain resorts, especially those in the Troodos area. For the flagship of mountain resorts, Pano Platres, there has been intense interest and market mobility for real estate
There is no need to consult a weather map or study satellite images to predict what the weather will be like during the summer months in Cyprus. It is usually between hot
The eastern Mediterranean has been attracting increased attention from energy companies and European governments in recent weeks, as the realisation of the anticipated difficulties in securing next winter’s gas supplies sinks in.
With Nicosia hosting the trilateral meeting of heads of state on July 26, Cyprus, Greece, and Israel leaders will meet for the first time – two-re-elected and a newcomer. Top on their
“Depending on the quality of journalists that a State has, so is the quality of democracy of the State,” said John Kennedy. Unfortunately, in Cyprus, we are not fortunate to have quality
Cyprus is quickly entering summer snooze mode when the politicians take a break from being insincere with the truth and the government puts the country on auto-pilot. The weather is becoming relentlessly
When Foreign Minister Constantinos Kombos meets UN chief Antonio Guterres to convey a message from President Christodoulides, calling for talks to resume from where they failed at Crans Montana, the Greek Cypriot
When the Empire of Japan attacked Pearl Harbor in Hawaii in 1941, the Roosevelt administration embarked on an epic crackdown on Japanese Americans to limit their ability to spy for the enemy.