Turkish Invasion of Cyprus
Johnny Harris, an independent American journalist and filmmaker, recently released his first video in a four-part series about the history of Cyprus, including the enduring legacy of British colonialism and the tragic impact of the Turkish invasion of the...
Over 2,000 people in Cyprus were reported missing after the Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974, when troops illegally invaded the island.
Greece, Cyprus and Jordan called for a "comprehensive and viable settlement of the Cyprus problem" after Turkey said it would reopen Varosha.
The five days between July 20 and July 24, 1974 were the most turbulent in modern Greek history.
The day of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, July 20, 1974, was the day time stopped for Cyprus.
The Turkish army will never hesitate to take the same steps "if needed for the lives and security of Turkish Cypriots," said Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan on Saturday, on the 45th anniversary of Turkey's invasion of Cyprus. In a...
The restoration of the buffer zone that divides the island of Cyprus into two has again become a hot topic. In September, photographer Roman Robroek had the rare opportunity to be commissioned to document the buffer zone in photographs. Robroek's photographs spurred...
Germany has donated €100,000 ($114,000) to the Committee on Missing Persons (CMP) in Cyprus. The donation was made on Monday. The CMP thanked the Federal Republic of Germany for the donation, noting that it raises Germany’s total financial assistance to...
The Cypriot Community of Australia, along with the Justice for Cyprus Coordination Committee (SEKA), are to hold a number of events to commemorate 44 years since the Turkish invasion of Cyprus. Starting on Sunday, SEKA has organized a memorial service...
On July 15, 1974, the Greek military junta known in Greece as "The Junta," attempted a coup by Greek Army officers in Cyprus to achieve the reunification of Cyprus with Greece. A mere five days after the coup attempt, Turkey...
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