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Cyprus, Israel may seek arbitration over gas field: minister

Nicosia - Cyprus and Israel will seek arbitration if no settlement can be reached between companies claiming rights to a shared gas field, the island's Energy Minister George Lakkotrypis said Wednesday.

Rival leaders fail to revive Cyprus reunification talks

Nicosia - Rival Cypriot leaders failed to revive their divided island's stalled peace process as they met under UN auspices for the first time in nine months on Monday.

Cyprus hails EU support against Turkey on oil, gas search

Nicosia - Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades hailed as "unprecedented" Tuesday the European Union's condemnation of Turkey for blocking his government's search for offshore oil and gas.

Turkish Cypriots vow to stand firm in island gas dispute

Nicosia - After a standoff in the Mediterranean that saw Turkish warships force back an Italian rig, Turkish Cypriot authorities insist no resources can be tapped around the divided island unless they are on-board.

Eni rig sails for Morocco after Turkey blocks Cyprus search

Nicosia - An Italian drillship blocked by the Turkish navy from exploring for gas off Cyprus was on Tuesday headed for Morocco, a website monitoring sea traffic showed.

Cyprus urges Turkey to end gas standoff, resume peace talks

Nicosia - Cyprus President Nicos Anastasiades on Wednesday urged Turkey to lift its blockade of offshore gas exploration that would benefit both the Greek and Turkish Cypriots once the island is reunited.

Cyprus economy records highest growth in 10 years

Nicosia - Bailed-out eurozone member Cyprus recorded its best growth in a decade last year, official data showed Wednesday, on the back of record tourist arrivals and a resurgence in construction.

Cyprus backs EU diplomacy to end energy standoff with Turkey

Nicosia - Cyprus said Wednesday it is counting on behind-the-scenes EU diplomacy to end the standoff with Turkish warships blocking an Italian drillship from exploring for gas in the island's politically sensitive waters.

Cyprus gets new foreign minister in cabinet shake-up

Nicosia - Cyprus will have a new foreign envoy but keep the same finance minister, it was announced Tuesday, as the country seeks to restart unity talks and boost its economy.

Cyprus, Turkey spar after warships block gas drilling ship

Nicosia - Cyprus on Sunday insisted Turkey had breached "international law" after Ankara's warships blocked an Italian drilling ship on course to explore for gas in the island's politically sensitive waters.

Anastasiades: Cyprus political veteran who fell short of peace deal

Nicosia - Conservative Nicos Anastasiades, elected for a second term as president of Cyprus Sunday, has steered the island out of an economic crisis but failed to clinch a deal to reunify his divided homeland.

Anastasiades: Cyprus political veteran who fell short of peace deal

Nicosia - Conservative Nicos Anastasiades, elected for a second term as president of Cyprus Sunday, has steered the island out of an economic crisis but failed to clinch a deal to reunify his divided homeland.

Cyprus president re-elected with eyes on new peace push

Nicosia - Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades on Sunday won re-election for a second term, seeing off a leftist challenger with vows to restart talks to unify the island and cement an economic recovery.

Main dates in troubled history of modern Cyprus

Nicosia - Voters in Cyprus head to the polls Sunday for a tight presidential run-off with incumbent Nicos Anastasiades facing off against leftist challenger Stavros Malas.

Five things to know about Cyprus

Nicosia - Cyprus holds a tight presidential run-off Sunday, with incumbent Nicos Anastasiades facing leftist challenger Stavros Malas.

Cyprus votes in close presidential run-off

Nicosia - Cyprus votes Sunday in a tight presidential run-off, with incumbent Nicos Anastasiades and his leftist challenger sparring over who is best placed to reunify the island and boost a fragile economic recovery.

As Cyprus votes, apathy and economy trump unification for youth

Nicosia - As Cyprus gears up for a presidential election run-off, apathy appears on the rise among young people more concerned by economic problems than the decades-long quest to reunify the island.

Incumbent faces tight run-off in Cyprus president vote

Nicosia - Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades faces a tense run-off against a dovish challenger after he failed to win a majority at a vote Sunday despite finishing first.Final official results put the conservative incumbent on 35.

Cyprus votes for president with eyes on new peace push

Nicosia - Cyprus votes in a presidential election Sunday with incumbent Nicos Anastasiades ahead as he pledges a fresh push to reunify the divided island after talks collapsed last year.

New party gives voice to Russian speakers in Cyprus

Limassol - Muscovite pensioner Svetlana Bogomilova emerges from a Russian grocery store into the Mediterranean sunshine near the Limassol beachfront in Cyprus.
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