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Christos Karageorgis exhibits artwork in Barnet

Pictured Christos (second from left) with his family

Christos Karageorgis recently exhibited his artwork at the Barnet Guild of Artists Exhibition in Barnet – London.

Christos, born in London with both his parents from Livadia, Larnaca, studied at Chelsea College …

Turkey responds to sanctions with drilling in the Mediterranean

Ankara’s announcement on Friday that it is dispatching a vessel to conduct drilling operations off northeastern Cyprus coupled with a spike in Turkish violations of Greek airspace is being seen as a response to, if not an outright snub of …

Cypriot award-winning artist and writer publishes rare heat and touch-sensitive book about human connection

To You​ is a paper-based heat and touch-sensitive book about love, loss and grief conceived, written and designed by multimedia artist and human scientist Dr Yiota Demetriou.

The book presents an intimate reading experience, as its pages, that are …

UK Cypriots protest outside Turkish Embassy: We want a free United Cyprus

On the appalling anniversary of the ‘Unilateral Declaration of Independence’, and given Turkey’s recent illegal invasion of northern Syria, the National Federation of Cypriots in the UK demonstrated outside the Turkish Embassy in London  to call on Turkey to end …

AKEL in Cyprus on the anniversary of the declaration of the pseudo-state

The declaration of the pseudo-state in occupied Cyprus by Rauf Denktash in November 1983 was another step in Turkey’s attempt to consolidate the partition of Cyprus and our people.

This action constituted a new and ongoing violation of International Law …

Nicosia condemns the illegal UDI, calls for continuation of the struggle to reunite Cyprus 

Nicosia once again condems the unilateral declaration of independence (UDI) which the Turkish Cypriots announced on 15 November 1983, through which they claimed to have established a self-styled regime, in Cyprus` northern Turkish occupied areas.

The government and the political …

In 2016, 114 400 people in the EU died from diabetes in 2016, representing over 2% of all deaths 

In 2016, 114 400 people in the European Union (EU) died from diabetes in 2016, representing over 2% of all deaths.

The standardised death rate from diabetes stood at 22 deaths per 100 000 EU inhabitants in 2016, whilst with …

Parikiaki in Northern Ireland

Our Bambos Charalambous managing director of Parikiaki newspaper is Northern Ireland and today he visited the town of Derry Northern where the massacre of innocent people took place in 1972 by the British Army during a demostration

Bloody Sunday, or …

Three men jailed following thefts at airports

Police are reminding people to keep their possessions safe when travelling to and from the UK after three men, who stole airline passengers’ possessions worth more than £81,000 were jailed for over 12 years. 

Officers from the Met’s Aviation Policing …

Wood Green station is only open to exiting customers

Wood Green station is only open to exiting customers and commuters have been told to use alternative transport.…