Cyprus on the road to nowhere

It didn’t take a clairvoyant to predict the circus in Geneva would demand a repeat performance as the international community ran out of patience and ideas on the Cyprus conundrum. After three


Geneva summit finds no common ground

A crunch Geneva summit on resuming Cyprus talks after four years in limbo ended without a breakthrough on Thursday, the United Nations conceded. The UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres said there was not


Armenian genocide remembered

April 24 marks the day when a growing number of nations and their people acknowledge the massacre of 1.5 mln Armenians in 1915 as being an act of Genocide. Worldwide, it is


Cyprus reports Turkey airspace violations

Cyprus has reported Turkey to the United Nations for violating its airspace and infringing its Flight Information Region (FIR). Cyprus Permanent Representative to the United Nations Andreas Hadjichrysanthou sent two documents to


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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