Fake 50 Euro Notes In Circulation Police Warn

North Cyprus News - Fake Euro Notes

Counterfeit 50 Euro notes were put into circulation at a Famagusta bank yesterday, police have warned. Banks, foreign exchange companies, financial institutions, markets, as well as the public and institutions that would make money buying and selling and exchanging money, should be very vigilant, the police have advised, as the counterfeit notes could have been […]

Calls For Sanctions On Turkey After Varosha Opened


The General Assembly of the European Parliament held today, voted to adopt an amendment to a resolution on Varosha/Maraş, calling on the European Council to impose sanctions on Turkey over the partial reopening of the town, which violates UN Security Council resolutions. In the bill emphasising the UN Secretary-General’s call for a solution based on […]

Flights To Paphos Remain Suspended

Cyprus News - Paphos Airport

All flights to and from Paphos Airport in south Cyprus have been suspended for the past two weeks because of Covid-19. South Cyprus is still facing a spike in cases, however, conditions may change as Christmas and New Year’s celebrations approach. Currently, only private aircraft and military jets have been using the airport. Yeniduzen

Erhürman Continues Task Of Forming Coalition Government

North Cyprus News - Tufan Erhurman - Leader of CTP

Leader of the Republican Turkish Party(CTP) Tufan Erhürman, has completed his first round of visits to the political parties. Erhürman was asked by President Ersin Tatar to form a coalition government, after his own party leader Ersan Saner was refused coalition talks by their former partners HP and the CTP refused to join the government.  […]

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