Cyprus-Israel military exercise irks Turkey

Cyprus and Israel will conduct their largest joint military exercise within Cypriot territory on Sunday, stirring Turkey’s reaction. The exercise will take place in the presence of Israeli Defence Minister Benny Gantz,


Turkey dreams of gas pipeline with Israel

Turkey is ready for energy cooperation with Israel after years of hostility, reviving a project to pipe Israeli gas to Europe as Ankara seeks to reduce its dependence on Russia. But the

Armenia’s five challenges to recovery

After three decades of independence following the collapse of the Soviet Union, tiny Armenia faces a plethora of challenges, not least because of hostile intentions from its neighbours. With limited natural resources


Turkish side expands Varosha opening

Turkish occupation forces have started work to open up a new area along the beachfront of fenced-off Varosha, a sign the breakaway north is aiming to resettle the resort despite international condemnation.

Turkey seeks to bury the missing

The aim of Turkey is not to solve the issue of Greek Cypriot missing persons, but to hide and destroy all the evidence of their fate, said Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou. He

Nicosia calls for release of Osman Kavala

Cyprus on Tuesday said Turkish businessman Osman Kavala sentenced to life in prison in Ankara, should be immediately released under the European Court of Human Rights judgement. A Turkish court sentenced the

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