On the 38th anniversary of the breakaway Turkish Cypriot regime, Nicosia again condemned the unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) in the Turkey-occupied north on 15 November 1983. Various protests are taking place
Cyprus on Thursday honoured all those who sacrificed their lives to defend democracy during the Greek-engineered military coup in Nicosia on 15 July 1974, which led to the Turkish invasion five days
Cyprus Casinos “C2” celebrates three years since the first authorized casino in Limassol opened its doors in the Republic on 28 June 2018. Committed to contributing to the sustainable growth of the
Nicosia has strongly condemned the vandalising of a mosque in Episkopi, Limassol, during a national holiday to celebrate Greek independence, calling it “unacceptable and mindless”. In a written statement, government spokesperson Kyriacos
Coronavirus infections set a new weekly record on Tuesday, topping 420 and past the 384 last Thursday, while hospital officials are warning that admissions have doubled from the beginning of the month.
Sirens screeched across Cyprus Wednesday to mark the dark events of July 15, 1974, when a Greek army engineered coup toppled the government in Nicosia leading to the Turkish invasion five days