U.S. human rights report “a pack of lies”

The Cyprus House of Representatives, in an extraordinary resolution, unanimously rejected on Thursday night, the US State Department Human Rights Report on Cyprus, describing it as false, prejudiced, lacking objectivity and completely

Revolting wheat farmers still on roads

Wheat growers continued to keep the island’s road junctions hostage Friday, as tractors brought traffic to a standstill, saying the government’s subsidy offer fell CYP 3 mln short of their demands for

Britain appoints new High Commissioner

Peter Millet has been appointed British High Commissioner to Cyprus in succession to Lyn Parker who will be transferring to another Diplomatic Service appointment, an official announcement said Thursday. Millet, 50, will

It’s carnival time in Limassol

King Carnival enters Limassol on Thursday night, marking a ten-day long celebration that will culminate with the grand parade on Sunday, March 13. Carnival Festivities take place 50 days before Greek Christian