Court to rule on first golden passport case

Cyprus justice is close to delivering the first verdict involving Cypriot law firms who allegedly facilitated dubious foreign investors acquiring passports via the disgraced citizenship for investment scheme. Following a lengthy court

Cyprus confirms first monkeypox case

Cyprus reported its first case of monkeypox on Tuesday; the 40-year-old man said to have contracted the virus had a travel history. The Health Ministry confirmed the man was found positive for

Cyprus monkeypox alert after suspect case

The Health Ministry has confirmed that authorities are treating a suspected case of monkeypox involving a 34-year-old Eastern European man working in Paphos. Health Ministry spokesperson Konstantinos Athanasiou said Wednesday the man

Missing pieces to double murder case

Police investigating the double murder of two Russian women at a holiday home in mountainous Kato Amiantos are not convinced by the Syrian suspect’s story or motives. The Syrian man, 32, is

COVID19: Cyprus case fatality rate remains low

Cyprus’ case fatality rate due to COVID-19 is 0.46%, while the healthcare cost for the pandemic hit €100 mln, said Christis Loizides, Executive Head of State Health Services Organization (SHSO). Loizides said

COVID19: Only new case is a Polish tourist

Cyprus reported just one new coronavirus case on Monday, that of a Polish tourist who arrived on the island via Germany. Cyprus succeeded in keeping new confirmed COVID-19 infections in single-digit figures

COVID19: Chamber of commerce wants case anonymity

Τhe Cyprus Chambers of Commerce and Industry (KEVE) on Tuesday expressed its discontent with government policy to publicly name businesses where employees contracted the coronavirus. In a statement, KEVE argued that announcing