Steep rise in meth use

Methamphetamine and cocaine use are on the rise in Cyprus, compared to previous years, says a European wastewater analysis report on drug use that included over 100 cities. According to the survey,


Cyprus signs fast-track ammunitions deal

Cyprus joined EU member states as a signatory to a project led by the European Defence Agency for the collaborative procurement of ammunition. The collaborative procurement of ammunition includes the possibility of


Cyprus-Greece begin new chapter

Cyprus President Nikos Christodoulides and Greek Prime Minister Kyriakos Mitsotakis said they would begin a new chapter in cooperation between the closely-knit nations. They announced the establishment of a new body, Supreme Council


Macron factor in Cyprus talks

President Nikos Christodoulides will visit Paris for talks with his French counterpart, Emmanuel Macron, to discuss how the EU can insert momentum into stalled Cyprus talks. He will go to France after


ECB interest rates going one way

Analysts do not expect to see the European Central Bank backing away from its intentions to raise interest rates by another 50 basis points at their meeting on Thursday. In a note,

Five Med states unhappy with asylum burden

Less than a week after a deadly migrant shipwreck off Italy, five European Union states on the Mediterranean have criticised fellow members for not accepting asylum-seekers under a voluntary relocation initiative. The


Cyprus mourns Cypriot train crash victims

Three days of mourning have been declared after Cypriots Kyprianos Papaioannou, 23, and Anastasia Adamidou, 24, were confirmed dead by Greek authorities after their bodies were identified through DNA in the deadly

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