A deep dive into Pyla crisis

The unprecedented attack by the Turkish Cypriots against members of UNFICYP in the buffer zone highlights their efforts to challenge the functions of the UN force in Cyprus by a decision to


EU energy crisis hasn’t gone away

The European Commission thinks the natural gas crisis has gone away. However, many energy-intensive companies have either closed or reduced production after being unable to cope with higher energy prices, especially as


Dog abandonment at crisis point

The situation of abandoned dogs has greatly worsened, warned Municipality of Nicosia officials and the pound where local authorities take the strays. Another factor for the overpopulation of shelters is that adoptions


Fiscal caution needed amid energy crisis

A prudent fiscal stance is necessary to maintain buffers to enable government support to the vulnerable during the current energy crisis, warned Finance Minister Constantinos Petrides. “In this new era, we should


Cyprus won’t feel brunt of energy crisis

Cyprus will not be seriously affected by an energy supply crunch tied to the war in Ukraine threatening to cause widespread blackouts across the European Union this winter, say analysts. Nevertheless, as

Energy crisis long afterburn

Europe’s energy crisis will not just be for this winter. Europe is expected to face similar problems next winter and probably beyond, driven by tight global gas supply and increasing competition for

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