What did you do in the pandemic?

It was entirely appropriate that the biggest demonstration in a week when the black anniversaries of the coup and invasion were remembered was not against Turkey stealing Varosha but the COVID Safe

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COVID19: Hospitality to protest Safe Pass rules

Cyprus’ hospitality sector plans to protest against the government’s decision to make owners responsible for checking that customers carry a Safe Pass. Phanos Leventis, of the Leisure and Entertainment Establishment Owners Association,

US supports EuroAsia cable amid Turkey protest

The US State Department supports the EuroAsia electricity cable linking Israel and Cyprus’ grids to Europe as a ‘cost effective’ flexible platform to transport clean energy and renewable sources. Washington’s show of

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Old dogmas, new divisions

The division based on political ideologies and social status is growing, instead of shrinking as one should expect in the age of home isolation and rediscovering family values. With the Cyprus economy

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10 arrested in anti-corruption, COVID protest

Cypriot police used water cannon and tear gas in rare clashes with protesters, as hundreds demonstrated on Saturday against government corruption and coronavirus restrictions. Protesters had gathered at a park in central

President calls for calm after Varosha protest

President Nicos Anastasiades urged people to show self-restraint after nationalists broke through the Dherynia crossing into no man’s land to protest against the opening of Varosha. Anastasiades condemned Sunday’s incident invo9lving around