Blame it on Brexit

UK imports to the island halved within the first year of Brexit, as Cypriot importers turned to EU markets as British products are wrapped in tariffs and red tape. Stakeholders argue that,

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Cyprus struggling with migrant flows

Cyprus struggles to cope with high numbers of asylum seekers, as in the first 18 days of January, over 700 migrants have filed applications for international protection. According to data cited by

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EP President: Cyprus split hurts Europe

Newly elected European Parliament President Roberta Metsola said Europe could not heal from conflict while the Cyprus problem remains unsolved. “Europe has a legacy of war, but also of healing. “We can

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Our EU fortunes follow the euro

The euro is an important achievement that consolidates European unity. Proof of this is its recent use as an effective tool to deal with the collective effort against the pandemic. Twenty years

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‘European visionary’ Sassoli dies

David Maria Sassoli, outgoing President of the European Parliament, whose term ended next week, died in a hospital in Italy on Monday. Politicians and colleagues praised his vision for a stronger Union.

COVID19: EU assesses Pfizer pill

EMA has started evaluating an application for fast-tracking authorisation of Pfizer’s COVID-19 oral antiviral medicine Paxlovid. The application treats mild-to-moderate COVID‑19 in adult and adolescent patients (12 and older weighing at least

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