• lavrov visits cyprus
    in: News, Politics  | 

    Lavrov Rejects Meeting with Turkish-Cypriot Leader Akinci

    In another development after Turkey downed a Russian warplane in Syria, Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov has rejected a meeting with Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci in the Turkish-held north of Cyprus, said Russian foreign ministry spokeswoman Maria Zacharova. Russia had proposed to meet with Akinci on the Green Line, but he rejected this idea and instead […]

  • cyprus prisons
    in: Crime, News  | 

    Relief As Manhunt Ends for Limassol Triple Homicide Suspect

    The island breathes a sigh of relief as police catch Limassol resident Christos Thoma, who has confessed to killing three young men on November 24th. A police spokeswoman told CyprusNewsReport.com that three units of the police – TAE, YKAN and MAD – worked together to find his car abandoned in Ayios Tychonas at 7.45 pm […]

  • cyprus roaming charges
    in: Money  | 

    CySEC Fines CIFs 1.331 Million Euros

    CySEC has fined Cyprus Investment Firms (CIFs) IronFX (335,000 Euros), Debaho Ltd (233,000 Euros), WGM Services Ltd (340,000 Euros), Reliantco Services Ltd (123,000 Euros), and Pegase Capital (300,000 Euros), making a total of 1.331 million Euros for various infringements of the investment laws. IronFX deposited its fine of 335,000 Euros immediately, said CySEC.

  • syria
    in: News, Regional Politics  | 

    What’s Changed in the Syria War?

    The terrorist attacks on Paris, in which 129 people were murdered by ISIS, changed the dynamics of the civil war in Syria after France threw its military forces into the fray. The terrorist attack on a Russian commercial plane that killed 224 people added Russia’s military muscle to the fight. Turkey shot down a Russian […]

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