Cyprus Peace Process Update

Friday, June 24, 2016  | 
As Cyprus continues to battle a massive fire, Turkey offered to dispatch aircraft to assist but refused to allow the aircraft to fall under Cypriot operational control: Ankara has refused...

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Why it matters what happens to Hagia Sophia

Wednesday, June 22, 2016  | 
Hagia Sophia is a former Christian basilica, built in in 527, which later was converted into a mosque when the Ottomans conquered Constantinople in 1453. In the 1930s, it was reopened as a museum....

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“An island of peace” – UN chief praises Greece’s response to the migration crisis

Monday, June 20, 2016  | 
UN Secretary Ban Ki-moon visited Greece this weekend to highlight the current migration crisis on the eve of World Refugee Day. The migration crisis has dominated much of the news-cycle...

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Greece

Greece is more than the latest headlines of the day. While the European financial crisis has dominated newspapers across the world, the importance of Greece reaches far beyond economics. Greece is a key strategic ally of the United States and Hellenism plays a vital role in our civic society. Learn more →
Congratulations to the new Ambassador of the Republic of Cyprus to the United States, Leonidas Pantelide, who... https://t.co/7SL0XjmOvR
RT @CyprusEmbassyUS: New CY Ambassador @LPantelides presented his credentials to @POTUS earlier today. https://t.co/dQOnEiQwXp
RT @CNNTURK_ENG: #BREAKING Erdoan spox says Turkish President said in letter to Putin hopes family of downed Russian pilot will "excuse us"