Fate of 770 Greek Cypriot missing still unknown

Despite government efforts, over 750 Greek Cypriots remain missing since the Turkish invasion of 1974 and 1964 inter-communal strife, Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou said on Tuesday. From a total of 2,002 Greek

High rents send Greek Cypriot students north

Greek Cypriot students studying in Nicosia are resorting to renting apartments in the Turkish-occupied north, as they can’t afford accommodation in the capital, claimed an MP. At the House Education Committee, centrist

Cyprus rejects link to Greek spying scandal

The government on Tuesday hit back at Opposition AKEL’s accusations that its silence is deafening over an alleged Cyprus link to an eavesdropping scandal in Greece and the infamous ‘spy van’ affair.

Greek Foreign Minister in Cyprus visit

Greek Foreign Minister Nikos Dendias will visit Cyprus on Thursday as tension in the region is rising over Turkey’s territorial claims and controversial energy drilling. Dendias will coordinate policy with Nicosia as

Greek arrested in cannabis post office sting

A 31-year-old Greek national was arrested in Limassol for possessing 125 grams of cannabis through the post with a street value of €1,500. The arrest was made after British Bases Police received