The Haunting Tragedy of the Turkish Invasion of Cyprus
The day of the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, July 20, 1974, was the day time stopped for Cyprus.
Senator Menendez: My Goal is to See Last Turkish Soldier Leave Cyprus
US Senator Bob Menendez said that his goal is "to see the last Turkish soldier leave Cyprus," during a visit to the island nation on Monday. Menendez, who is chairman of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has been a consistent...
The Second Death of Cyprus’ Ghost Town of Varosha
Varosha is an abandoned southern quarter of the Cypriot town of Famagusta, whose inhabitants fled during the Turkish invasion of Cyprus.
Cyprus to Protest Turkey's Illegal Famagusta Plans at EU's Highest Level
Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades will hold bilateral meetings with top EU officials in the coming days where he is expected to raise the matter of the fenced-off part of Turkish-occupied Famagusta, Cyprus' Government Spokesperson Kyriacos Koushos said on Monday. President Anastasiades...
Greece Calls for Implementation of International Law as Occupied Northern Cyprus Celebrates "Independence" Day
Greece called for the restoration of international order and an end to the Turkish occupation in the northern part of Cyprus on Friday, on the occasion of the 36th anniversary of “independence,” as declared by the occupying regime. “Today’s sad...
Melbourne Protest Against Turkish Occupation Demands Justice for Cyprus
The Coordinating Committee of Justice for Cyprus (SEKA) organized a protest rally which took place in the Greek neighborhood of Lonsdale Street in Melbourne, Australia on Sunday. The assembled protesters decried the recent Turkish incursions onto Cyprus' EEZ and...
Greek and Turkish Cypriots Begin Restoration of Historic Monastery
Greek and Turkish Cypriots have begun the restoration of the historic monastery of Saint Panteleimon in Myrtou, in the Turkish-occupied northern part of Cyprus. The local Turkish authorities decided to restore the monastery following an irrational act of vandalism in...
Greek Cypriot Demands Confiscation of Turkey's Assets in Europe as Compensation
Greek Cypriot professor Andreas Orphanides, owner of real estate in the occupied part of Cyprus, asks the Committee of Ministers of European Council to confiscate Turkish property in France or another European country, for payment of damages awarded by...
July 20, 1974: The Day Time Stopped for Cyprus (video)
As Cypriots say even 44 years later, July 20, 1974 was the day time stopped for Cyprus; a day when the course of history changed and the ongoing crime of the Turkish occupation is as fresh at each anniversary...
Greek ForMin: 'Abolition of Guarantees, Withdrawal of Occupation Army in Cyprus Central in Resolving Issue'
It has been shown again that the abolition of the guarantees in Cyprus and the withdrawal of the Turkish occupation forces are basic conditions for resolving the Cyprus issue, Foreign Minister Nikos Kotzias said on Tuesday, following reports that...
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