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  • Ground-breaking Good Friday mass signals thaw in Cyprus
    By Michele Kambas NICOSIA (Reuters) - For the first time in more than half a century, a church in northern Cyprus will host Good Friday mass in a sign of a thaw in relations between Greek and Turkish Cypriots. Off limits to Greek Cypriots for 58 years, the Church of St. George Exorinos in the medieval city of Famagusta will host a liturgy on what is one of the most important religious dates in ...
  • Cyprus president sees market return end '15, wary on more Russia sanctions
    Cyprus expects to return to international markets late next year but cannot rule out testing the waters earlier to gauge the appetite for Cypriot debt, the president of the bailed-out Mediterranean nation said on Wednesday. In an exclusive interview with Reuters, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades said an "economic dependency" on Russia - common with other EU member states - could have an ...
  • Cyprus: An island on the mend
    Editor's note: John Defterios is CNN's Emerging Markets Editor and anchor of Global Exchange, CNN's business show focused on the emerging markets. Follow John on Twitter.
  • Cyprus on track with adjustment, risks include Ukraine - IMF
    Cyprus is making a comeback from near bankruptcy although its banks are still struggling with bad loans and political support may be waning for tough measures, an IMF report said on Tuesday. The IMF, which together with the European Union bailed the Mediterranean island out a year ago, also flagged risks to Cyprus from its close business ties with both Moscow and Kiev. "The Ukraine crisis may ...
  • Cyprus: Ukraine crisis won't harm economy
    NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — The Cypriot government said Monday that the crisis in Ukraine isn't likely to harm the bailed-out country's economy, which counts on tourism and business from Russia and the Ukraine for growth.
  • Rights group to Cyprus: Keep moms with kids
    NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) — Europe's top human rights official is urging Cyprus to stop holding women in detention centers and separating them from their children until their deportation.
  • Cyprus central bank governor: Ukraine crisis threatens return to growth
    By Michele Kambas NICOSIA (Reuters) - Any escalation in the Ukraine crisis poses a threat to Cyprus's economy, the outgoing governor of the country's central bank said in an interview, noting that he expects the bailed-out euro zone member to return to growth in 2015. Panicos Demetriades, who participated in talks which saved Cyprus from bankruptcy a year ago, said lenders underestimated the ...
  • Leviathan partners bid in $3b Cyprus gas tender
    Cyprus is seeking 0.7-0.95 BCM of gas a year for 10 years from 2016/17.
  • Cyprus banks stabilising, says IMF
    Cyprus is seeing signs of stabilisation in its banking sector following a 10bn-euro bailout, the IMF says, but rising unemployment and bad loans are a challenge.
  • Cyprus U.N. envoy says economic crisis could aid peace deal
    Cyprus's economic crisis could hasten a deal to end decades of enmity between the island's estranged Greeks and Turks, its outgoing United Nations envoy said on Thursday. Peace prospects have come into sharper focus after the discovery of substantial natural gas reserves in the eastern Mediterranean, and the need for routes to export the commodity to Europe. A deal in Cyprus could enable gas to ...