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Greeks and Cypriots Least Likely to Blame Russia for War: EU Survey

Greeks and Cypriots are the least likely among Europeans to put the blame solely on Russia for the war in Ukraine, according to a Europe-wide survey conducted by Eurostat, the statistical body of the EU. The survey was conducted in...

“Flying Priest” Marks Holy Saturday’s Liturgy in Greece

The tradition of the “Flying Priest” from the Greek island of Chios has now spread in many parts of Greece and Cyprus

Pro-Russia Rally in Cyprus Draws Support, Counter Protestors

A pro-Russia rally in Limassol, Cyprus garnered both support and counter protesters on Saturday. Members of the city's Russian community demonstrated their support for their home country. While much of the world has rallied around Ukraine, which was brutally invaded...

Cyprus Mulls Transfer of Russian Weapons to Ukraine After US Request

It emerged on Sunday that Cyprus is considering the transfer of its Russian-made weapons to Ukraine after a US request. US representatives in Cyprus have asked the government whether they would be willing to transfer the country’s Russian-made weapons to...

Happiest Countries in the World: Where Does Greece Stand?

The World Happiness Report, which measures the happiest countries in the world, recently released its rankings, and both Greece and Cyprus measure in the top 100. Greece ranks at the fifty-eighth spot on the list, a stunning 10-spot increase from...

British Cypriot Nick Candy Potential Buyer of Chelsea Club

Billionaire Nick Candy recently expressed his interest in buying the Chelsea Football Club after it became clear that owner Roman Abramovich could sell the Club. Russian oligarch Abramovich has had his assets frozen on Thursday after being sanctioned by the...

Cyprus Vacillating on Russia Flight Ban

The many financial ties Cyprus has with Russia appear to be causing Nicosia to vacillate on the terms for its own airspace ban on Russian flights that was called for in response to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. Just the...

Putin and Erdogan: Architects of Revisionism

The violation of international law and disregard for international treaties by Russian President Vladimir Putin in Ukraine is a dark sign of revisionism

Double Standard: Shouldn’t the West Sanction Turkey over Cyprus Invasion Like Russia?

The uncanny parallels between the Russian invasion of Ukraine and Turkey's invasion of Cyprus in 1974 prompted an immediate question in the Greek and Cypriot communities regarding why Turkey got off nearly scot-free after its invasion while Russia is...

Greece Joined NATO 70 Years Ago, on Febuary 18, 1952

It was on this day in 1952 that Greece joined NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization), establishing its place in the West