• anastasiades akinci
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    Cyprus Peace Talks Move Ahead Amid Turkey Purge Concerns

    CYPRUS The peace talks between President Nicos Anastasiades and Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci moved ahead at their last meeting on July 23rd, amid concerns that the attempted coup and purge in Turkey may negatively affect them. “In one private meeting with Mr Akinci, we also discussed all that follow from the coup. I don’t think they […]

  • cyprus israel
    in: News  | 

    Cyprus and Israel Can Rely on Each Other

    Cyprus and Israel have proved that they can rely on their alliance, said President Nicos Anastasiades during his state visit to Israel on July 24th. The countries have helped each other through large forest fires, started cooperation over natural gas projects, and increased business and tourism. “I cannot but highlight that last week almost 80 […]

  • Celebrating 7 years
    in: CNR News Club  | 

    Celebrating 7 Years of CyprusNewsReport

    Join us to celebrate our 7th Anniversary! We are running a special draw with giveaways for our subscribers new and old until July 31st, 2016. If you’re already a subscriber, no need to do anything, you’re automatically included in the draw. If you’re not yet a subscriber, it’s easy to enter the draw, just register […]

  • cnr news club
    in: CNR News Club  | 

    How to Blog with CNR News Club to Build Your Reputation

    Watch this video to see what’s inside CNR News Club! A blog can build your reputation and create more opportunities for your future. CyprusNewsReport.com started in 2009 with a simple idea; making the mainstream media more accessible to writers, activists and everyday people who need exposure for their ideas and work. The competition in most […]

  • helena sage cyprus
    in: Blogs  | 

    Helena’s Story – Cypriot Girl Abroad

    On the day of the coup d’etat in Cyprus 15th July 1974 I had decided to get the bus to see my dad who was at work in our shop in Pallouriotissa a suburb of Nicosia. On my way I was startled by army tanks rumbling down the Kaimakli road opposite my home. My father […]

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