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Cyprus ~ In the News

February 25, 2023

Cyprus, a reliable partner

January 22, 2023

Turkey planning annexation in coming months

November 11, 2022

Paphos to be EU Capital of Smart Tourism

November 10, 2022

Oktay’s statements in north seen as threatening

November 10, 2022

DP World Limassol welcomes record number of cruises in October

October 27, 2022

New Jersey National Guard Partners with Republic of Cyprus

September 17, 2022

US lifts the Cyprus arms embargo in 'milestone' decision

June 18, 2022

Cyprus-Greece ferry to cast anchor

June 17, 2022

AHIF’s foreign policy students embark for Greece and Cyprus

June 16, 2022

Biden nominates Russia-savvy career diplomat as Washington’s new ambassador to Cyprus | Cyprus Mail


March 10, 2022

Cyprus is losing its Russians — and confronting existential questions


January 23, 2022

10 Fabulous Facts about Cyprus That You Need to Know!

January 17, 2022

Beyond the EastMed pipeline

January 4, 2022

Preview the new Cyprus Museum building envisioned as the place “Where the ancient world meets modern living.”

December 10, 2021

Malliotakis Resolution Condemning Turkey Reported out of House Foreign Affairs Committee


​December 7, 2021

Gold 'lotus flower' pendant from Queen Nefertiti's time discovered in Cyprus


​November 27, 2021

Itinerary released for Pope’s journey to Cyprus and Greece

​November 24, 2021

Ambitious heart surgeon is a big-picture type


​October 26, 2020

Jewish museum holds ceremony for Holocaust survivors who died in Cyprus


​October 7, 2020

New Online Platform "Staellinika" Reconnects Greeks Abroad with Culture, Language


​September 29, 2020

Why Greece Will Never Consider Demilitarizing the Aegean Islands


​September 28, 2020

Amid Mediterranean tensions, retired Turkish admiral grabs the spotlight touting supremacy at sea


​September 12, 2020

Pompeo Urges Diplomacy in Standoff Over Mediterranean Gas


​August 17, 2020
Turkey's Long Tradition of Church Desecration


July 11, 2020
Biden calls on Erdogan to reverse decision to turn Hagia Sophia into a mosque


July 7, 2020

​​​​​​​​​Turkish Islamist tyrant’s obscene bid to turn the Hagia Sophia into a mosque


June 30, 2020​​

Turkish President Erdogan ‘put through directly’ to Trump, CNN reports


June 23, 2020

​​​​E.U. May Bar American Travelers as It Reopens Borders, Citing Failures on Virus


​June 15, 2020

Turkey conducts exercises on how to invade Greek islands

​June 10, 2020

Guidelines for Travelers to Cyprus from USA

June 2, 2020

AHEPA Statement in the Wake of the Killing of George Floyd and Civil Unrest


​May 14, 2020

Turkey blocks medical supplies from reaching Cyprus, Nicosia says


​April 28, 2020

Greece Has ‘Defied the Odds’ in the Pandemic


​April 24, 2020

April 24th is the day the world commemorates the Armenian Genocide in 1915.


​April 21, 2020

Wrecks found between Cyprus and Lebanon ‘equivalent to finding new planet’

​​April 13, 2020

​​​The story behind the Spirit of the Marathon statue and Boston’s ‘first charity runner’

​April 6, 2020

Payment of allowance of EUR 750 to external students who will not return to Cyprus during the Easter holidays

​April 4, 2020

Israel-Cyprus medical cooperation and innovation in the time of coronavirus

March 23, 2020

Coronavirus cases surge to 116

​February 9, 2020

Greek Language Day: The Mother of All Western Languages

​February 5, 2020

French Aircraft Carrier in Cyprus Block 8

​February 4, 2020

Forty-five Years On, 'Lost' Masterpieces See Light in Spilt Cyprus

​December 18, 2019

US Congress Ends Decades-Old Arms Embargo on Cyprus

​July 17, 2019

US to Participate in East Med Energy Summit

​July 15, 2019

E.U. Punishes Turkey for Gas Drilling Off Cyprus Coast

​July 11, 2019

A Message from Philip Christopher, PSEKA President, on the 45th Tragic Anniversary of the Illegal Invasion of Our Beloved Cyprus is July 20!

​July 9, 2019

The Most Prestigious Honor from Greece Goes to American Jewish Committee (AJC) CEO David Harris

​July 7, 2019

Elections in Greece

​June 27, 2019

Ancient Shipwreck Discovered off Coast of Protaras, Cyprus

​June 26, 2019

Anastasiades: Last-Minute Russian Ban in US’ Cyprus Bill ‘Unfortunate’

June 25, 2019

Official Launch of the First Cypriot Youth Internship Programme in Washington DC

Cypriots Mourn ex-President Dimitris Christofias at Funeral

​June, 2019

Georgia State University (GSU) Center for Hellenic Studies Newsletter

​April 14, 2019
Senator Robert Menendez of New Jersey, U.S. International Relations Committee, pushes end of U.S. arms embargo on Cyprus.

​March 20, 2019

U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo and Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met with Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades and Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras in Jerusalem on Wednesday, March 21, to discuss cooperation between the countries, including the upcoming East-Med pipeline connecting Israel and the European Union.

​March 19, 2019

Global Atlanta Article on the Center for Hellenic Studies at Georgia State University. Note reference to the collaboration with Cyprus University of Technology in Limassol

​March 8, 2019


​February 25, 2019

The Mauritius Court ruling is a ‘tool’ for UK military bases in Cyprus

December 15, 2011

Christopher Hitchens (13 April 1949 – 15 December 2011) would have been 70 years old today had he not left us so early. He lives vividly in our memories and reminds us through the great legacy of his voluminous writings, of the great injustice inflicted on Cyprus and its people, as well as on many others around the world. He is missed for many reasons, including the erudition, eloquence, and passion with which he defended his ideas and positions. His book and many articles on the Cyprus tragedy offer a superb example of that legacy.  May he rest in peace!

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