The family of a road victim have consented to the early release of a 44-year-old mother-of-three who was jailed in May for 16 months for causing the fatal traffic accident which claimed
Cyprus’ state prosecution service said Friday that the decision of the Criminal Court to jail a man who received services of a sexual nature from a victim of human trafficking was a
The Audit Office has denied claims it was to blame for delays in constructing an LNG terminal, arguing its recent intervention was to stop Cyprus from being ‘blackmailed’ by the Chinese-led contractors.
Former European Commissioner Androulla Vassiliou found herself in a social media firestorm after a tweet about a rape case in Greece was perceived as victim-blaming. Vassiliou posted a tweet on a news
Turkish Cypriot health authorities have confirmed the death of an 8-year-old girl, the youngest person to lose their life to COVID-19 on the divided island. Head of the health services in the
A 29-year-old pregnant woman has become the youngest person to die from COVID-19 in the Turkish Cypriot north after losing her unborn child. The woman, who was six months pregnant when admitted