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Cyprus Says Close to Reviving Talks

Cyprus said on Wednesday, Feb 5, it was close to reviving stalled peace talks between the island's Greek and Turkish communities, Reuters reports. The United Nations has been toiling for months on the wording of a 'joint statement' to restart...

UN Dismayed Over Migrant Boat Sinking in Greece

The United Nations refugee agency has expressed dismay at the capsizing of a boat carrying migrants to Greece illegally, leaving 12 people feared drowned. The UNCHR late Tuesday urged the government to investigate why the accident occurred as a stranded...

Shocking Data on Violence Against Women in Greece

November 25 has been established by the U.N. as  the International Day for the Elimination of Violence against Women. The phenomenon of domestic violence incidents are shocking and unfortunately  still occurring widely, especially in Greece. The International Day for the Elimination of...

Greece Wants Turkey Out of Cyprus

In a statement certain to be ignored, Greece has urged Turkey to comply with international law and to withdraw its occupying forces from Cyprus, where they have had a presence since seizing the territory in 1974. In a statement on...

Turkey Warns Cyprus Over Drilling

Turkey has again reiterated its objections to Cyprus planning to explore for natural gas and oil reserves off the island, citing what it said is disregard for the rights of Turks who unlawfully occupy the northern third of the...

Greek-Cypriot Director’s Short Film Selected for Tribeca Film Fest

"A Short Film About GUNS," from Greek-Cypriot director Minos Papas, has been selected as part of the 2013 Tribeca Film Festival Short Film Program. The film looks at the impact of the unregulated arms trade, and will screen in the "History...

United Nations: There's Much Gold in Greece but It Doesn't Take Advantage of It

Taking into account a United Nations report, one can realize why many countries all over the world are trying so hard to take control over Greece. The report was published in French Le Figaro newspaper and made clear that Greece, apart...

The Greek Problem: The Grating Sense of Entitlement

ATHENS - After a foggy night of Eurovision wailing, listening to twin dancing Irish robots keening, ballads in everything from Serbian to Lithuanian, and Greece’s Aphrodisiac entry coming up limp, I was awakened at 8 a.m. by the blaring...