Quantcast

Latest Turkish Cypriots Stories

230ddc8c4f5cfa88527293da0636f8821
2007-11-16 15:00:25

By PETROS KARADJIAS and DEREK GATOPOULOS VARISEIA, Cyprus - No one has lived in this hillside village for 33 years. Nestled in the no man's land dividing Cyprus between its Greek Cypriot south and Turkish Cypriot north, it has been abandoned to the elements and its stone walls are crumbling.

2006-09-04 07:22:31

By Michele Kambas NICOSIA (Reuters) - A film about forbidden love in Cyprus has stirred passions on the ethnically partitioned island, with its showing at the Venice Film Festival this week embroiled in a row over funding.

2006-07-07 05:03:29

NICOSIA (Reuters) - Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders will meet on Saturday in the presence of a United Nations envoy for the second time this week to explore ways of resuming stalled reunification talks, officials said on Friday. "A proposal for a meeting has been agreed.

2006-06-12 03:53:25

Corrects spelling of Cypriot minister's name to Iacovou in paragraph 6. LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Union foreign ministers faced a showdown with new member Cyprus on Monday over Turkey's bid to join the bloc, with Nicosia threatening to block the talks even before they start in earnest.

2006-06-12 04:01:26

LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Union foreign ministers faced a showdown with new member Cyprus on Monday over Turkey's bid to join the bloc, with Nicosia threatening to block the talks even before they start in earnest.

2006-06-12 03:20:14

By Paul Taylor LUXEMBOURG (Reuters) - European Union foreign ministers faced a showdown with new member Cyprus on Monday over Turkey's bid to join the bloc, with Nicosia threatening to block the talks even before they start in earnest.

2006-03-09 08:15:00

By Dina Kyriakidou NICOSIA (Reuters) - After decades of braving insults, harassment and even violence in their efforts to bring rival communities in Cyprus together, peace activists on the divided Mediterranean island finally admit they are demoralized.

2005-12-22 10:02:54

STRASBOURG, France (Reuters) - The European Court of Human Rights (ECHR) ordered Turkey on Thursday to put in place within three months an effective reparations mechanism for Greek Cypriots who were stripped of their possessions in the 1970s.

2005-07-27 05:35:21

LONDON (Reuters) - Prime Minister Tayyip Erdogan reaffirmed on Wednesday that Turkey would not recognize Cyprus before there was a comprehensive peace settlement on the divided island.


Word of the Day
whirret
  • To give a box on the ear to.
The word 'whirret' may be onomatopoeic.