Paphos

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Asylum seekers in the Pournara centre protest over delays in their application process last February. The camp was originally meant to hold arrivals  for three days while they underwent medical checks. File photograph: Getty

Metres from the UN peacekeeper-patrolled buffer zone in the Cypriot capital Nicosia, a queue forms. In line are people from across Africa, Asia and th(...)

Tala Cat Park, Cyprus, is home to hundreds of cats. Photograph: Sally Hayden

Every morning, Mark Foote and a team of volunteers spread out enough dry cat food or raw chicken mince for close to 1,000 cats, placing it in as many (...)

 Terminal 1 departures check-in at Dublin Airport during  the pandemic. Photograph: Dara Mac Dónaill

Air travel in the State could decline again this year, dealing a blow to the Republic’s competitive edge, DAA chief executive Dalton Philips warned on(...)

Republic of Ireland defender Dara O’Shea can’t stop Fredrik Jensen scoring Finland’s goal during the Uefa Nations League game at the Olympic Stadium in Helsinki. Photograph: Kimmo Brandt/EPA

Finland 1 Republic of Ireland 0 About the best Stephen Kenny can hope for regarding this game is that it comes to be remembered in something like the(...)

Irish visitors to the four countries face considerable restrictions when they arrive. Photograph: Tobias Schwarz / AFP

There are just four countries on the new travel green list issued this week and none of them are popular destinations for Irish travellers. Only Cyp(...)

Sicily house in the country

IRELAND: DUNDALK DNG Duffy is seeking €120,000 for a two-bedroom terraced cottage of 68sq m at 28 Goslings Terrace, Dundalk, Co Louth 28 G(...)

Cyprus: Last week, Bidx1 sold €9.5 million worth of homes, shops, offices and land in its various cities such as Larnaca, Limassol, Nicosia and Paphos.

Irish online auctioneer Bidx1 will sell its first Spanish properties this week after doing €9.5 million worth of deals in its most recently opened mar(...)

President of Cyprus Nicos Anastasiades: has expressed “utmost satisfaction”with the EU’s  supportive stance. Photograph: Julian Warnand

The European Council’s willingness to contemplate measures against Turkey over its illegal drilling for natural gas off the coast of Cyprus has been m(...)

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan: ‘The legitimate rights of Turkey and the Northern Cypriot Turks over energy resources in the eastern Mediterranean are not open to argument. Our country is determined to defend its rights and those of Cypriot Turks.’ Photograph: Murat Cetinmuhurdar/Presidential Press Office/Handout/Reuters

The publication by the Institute of International and European Affairs of a new analysis of Irish neutrality by Prof Patrick Keatinge is timely. It co(...)

Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan who spoke of ‘increasing attempts to violate our rights in the eastern Mediterranean and Aegean’, suggesting a wish to assert Turkish rights in Greece as well as in Cyprus

Turkey has given additional military support to its vessel drilling for gas and oil off the shores of Cyprus – a move deemed illegal by the EU and US (...)

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