11 more days in jail for peace activist

Andreas Soudjis, a Greek Cypriot peace activist held in the Turkish-occupied north on suspicion of espionage, will remain in jail for eleven more days after being convicted to one month in prison

Cyprus reunification helps regional stability

A Cyprus settlement would significantly contribute to peace and stability of the region through an independent foreign policy, said a Joint Declaration issued after the Israel-Cyprus-Greece Summit in Jerusalem. The leaders stressed


Turkish Cypriots say no to Cyprus reunification

Turkish Cypriots stand firm on their insistence for a two-state solution on Cyprus as an UN-led conference to resume moribund talks looms in Geneva. Tahsin Ertugruloglu, foreign minister of the breakaway, occupied

Pompeo visit will push for Cyprus reunification

US Secretary of State Michael Pompeo will put Washington’s weight behind UN-facilitated Cypriot-led efforts to reunify Cyprus as a bizonal, bicommunal federation during his landmark visit on January 7. The State Department