UK boosting NATO eastern Europe defences

UK’s substantial contribution to NATO’s uplift in Eastern Europe is strengthening the Alliance’s Defences on land, sea and air, amid ongoing tensions with Russia. Defence Secretary Ben Wallace is in Brussels Thursday

Europe must be Africa’s partner

After being postponed several times because of the COVID-19 pandemic, this week’s European Union-African Union Summit in Brussels (February 17-18) will bring together European and African heads of state and government for


COVID19: Most of Europe in deep red

Almost the entire EU map issued by the European Centre for Disease Prevention and Control (ECDC) on the spread of COVID-19 is in the deep red category, as cases continue to rise

Regaining credibility in Europe, UN

Recent events have raised concerns about the government’s ability to handle the serious issues the country is facing. Efforts to cover up the huge responsibilities of the “Governing Trio” of Anastasiades, Christodoulides


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


COVID19: Europe experiencing largest wave

Europe is currently experiencing the largest wave of the COVID-19 pandemic, EU Health and Food Security Commissioner Stella Kyriakides said. Based on recent data of the European Centre for Disease Prevention and

What a European peace plan looks like

The European Council will convene on December 16 to discuss the possibility of imposing sanctions on Turkey concerning Varosha and the Cyprus Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ). The government has asked the EU

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