Food delivery drivers must park their vehicles in the shade when temperatures reach extreme highs following a cabinet decision on Thursday. In comments to the media following the cabinet session, Labour Minister
Following footage of quadbike users crashing into pedestrians and one smashing into a biker, authorities have stepped up policing while the local municipality demands a night ban on quadbikes. Several four-wheel vehicles
Israel’s Justice Ministry has banned Israeli citizens from engaging in surrogacy procedures in the Turkish-occupied north, warning them of sanctions. There is a similar ban on the same procedure in Albania and Kenya.
Nicosia has received reassurances from the United Nations that any action taken in response to Turkish Cypriot efforts to squeeze its peacekeeping force (UNFICYP) into recognising the north will not violate UN
Nicosia has blasted the Turkish Cypriot leadership for squeezing the United Nations peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) into recognising the breakaway state by handing them a one-month ultimatum, demanding an “appropriate response”.
Lifting of the decades-long US arms embargo against Cyprus has vindicated the country for clearly demonstrating its policies belong to the West and does not waver from political allies, said Interior Minister Nicos
The UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) has banned all off-duty military personnel from going to the north following a ‘drunken romp’ at a Famagusta beach involving British soldiers. A UNFICYP spokesperson
Cyprus opposes a ban on tourist visas for Russian nationals travelling across the European Union, which the Baltic countries could propose during an informal EU Foreign Ministers meeting in Prague next week. “We issue visas even
Cyprus will impose an outright ban on single-use plastic items such as cups and straws as of 1 October to reduce pollution. Retailers caught supplying the market with such products are hit
The US decision to ban abortions is incredible, and efforts to overturn the ruling may take an entire generation, said world-renowned Cypriot fetal medicine pioneer Dr Kypros Nicolaides. Asked about the US Supreme Court’s