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THE CYPRESS OBSERVER

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The Cypress Observer is your online news source for current events across the country of Cyprus. We strive to bring you the latest news, updates and current events from across the region with a major focus on politics and business.

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STORMY WEATHER AND RAIN SHOWERS EXPECTED

The weather in the coming days, dubbed ‘Stinky Thursday’s’ is likely to have partly cloudy skies, and might have people experience isolated episodes of rain showers and generally stormy weather. While the inland is most likely to experience the turbulence, Cyprus’ east and south could also get rain and storms. Temperatures inland are expected to […]

MONKS ACCUSED OF EMBEZZLING AND SEXUAL ASSAULT

Two monks from the Monastery of Saint Avvakoum (Habbakuk) in the village of Fterikoudi have been booked for embezzlement and sexual assault. The monks in question have been found to have engaged in sexual activities in the monastery itself. The matter became worse when, in the face of their denial, hard evidence emerged in the […]

DECEASED CHILD FROM MIGRANT BOAT BURIED BY HIS FATHER

A Syrian national who arrived to Cyprus with his 4 children on a migrant boat is burying one of them, who died in the boat from starvation. According to Christos Andreou, a spokesperson for the Cyprus Police, the boat which left Syria in the middle of February used up its fuel tank and continued to […]

TURKISH MINISTER “ACCUSES” CYPRUS FOR “SUPPLYING WESTERN ARMS” TO ISRAEL

The Turkish Minister of Foreign Affairs is accusing Cyprus of actively supplying “weapons from Western nations” to Israel to use against Gaza. This development, which is happening weeks after the island nation working as a home for UK’s military base and by extension “helping out” Israel to continue its “atrocities” on the Gaza Strip. Minister […]

SHORT FILMS FROM CYPRUS RECEIVING INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

2 short movies have received accolades internationally. According to the island nation’s Ministry of Culture, the movies – namely, Savvas Stavrou’s “Buffer Zone” and Constantinos Nikiforou’s “Taxi” have won big prizes on the global scale. “Buffer Zone” is a tale of soldiers on opposite sides in Cyprus’ Buffer zone who find common ground via music. […]

TROODOS MOUNTAINS BURIED UNDER SNOW

Cyprus’ Troodos Mountain ranges are buried under snow due to recent heavy snowfall. In the central square, the depth of the snow measures to around 27 centimeters, making the landscape look like the clichéd Christmas snow-laden scene. Contributing to the situation is “Dawn.” a low-pressure system consisting of both temporarily and partly cloudy skies that […]

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