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


Cypriot hacker gets more jail time in US

A young hacker who became the first-ever Cypriot citizen extradited to America has been jailed for 12 months and one day after pleading guilty to committing cyber-crimes before a court in Georgia.


US “fully engaged” in Cyprus issue

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said American diplomacy under new President Joe Biden will be “fully engaged” in the Cyprus issue while testifying before the House Foreign Affairs Committee. Responding to


Uncle Joe has it all to do

Amid the gloom of coronavirus, Trump denying he lost the election and a world in financial chaos, Joe Biden stepped up to become the 46th President of the United States. At 78


UK, US warn Turkey over S-400s deal

The UK expects Turkey, as a NATO ally, to refrain from buying or operating Russian military equipment, such as the S-400 air defence system, a British Defence Minister has reiterated. The comments

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