One in two Cypriots ‘digitally challenged’

Cyprus’ digital divide is not shrinking, as another international survey finds Cypriots trail behind their fellow Europeans in online skills. According to a recent survey carried out by a European Commission-funded education

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Halloumi protection status challenged

Two weeks before Halloumi hits supermarket shelves across the European Union as a protected designation of origin (PDO) product, Cyprus cheesemakers have challenged it, claiming exports worth millions are endangered. From 1

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Turkey using migrants to leverage EU

Austria’s minister for the European Union accused Turkey of using migrant flows as a means to pressure the 27-member bloc for its own purposes and warned that the EU wouldn’t be “blackmailed”

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Cyprus summer flights down 24% on 2019

Commercial flights to and from Cyprus increased during the summer, but they are still 24% lower than the pre-COVID boom in 2019. According to data provided by Eurocontrol, flights across the European

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Turkey, Turkish Cypriots slam textbook ban

Ankara and Turkish Cypriot politicians have condemned Cyprus’ decision to ban a schoolbook for praising modern Turkey’s founder Mustafa Kemal Ataturk. The Education Ministry withdrew the English language book “until a solution

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