Lack of progress on missing ‘cruel’

Lack of progress in identifying hundreds of missing persons is cruel and unacceptable; Presidential Commissioner Photis Photiou told relatives in Athens. As he said, “48 years have passed since the dark summer of

A new reality, same problem

If the government needed any firmer example of where the island’s division was going, there were plenty of people involved in the non-existent peace process telling us the game’s up. The reunification


Turkey to bolster occupation troops

Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan warned that Turkey would reinforce its military presence in the occupied north after the United States lifted its arms embargo on Cyprus. In a televised interview with broadcaster


Shooting the UN sheriff

President Nicos Anastasiades had his last day in the sun at the UN General Assembly, where he asked a disingenuous valid question about whether the United Nations was fit for mandate. Taking


A wild 24 hours

By Craig Erlam Stock markets aren’t faring too badly on Thursday, which is surprising considering how eventful the last 24 hours have been. While the Fed’s hawkish rate hike is probably the


EU accepts Turkey’s manipulation of migration

The European Union has officially recognised Turkey’s exploitation of migrants through the Green Line, the Interior Ministry announced. It said: “After many months of difficult negotiations”, it achieved in Brussels “maximum diplomatic

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