Europe

Cyprus goes to runoff after poll marked by low turnout

The election campaign has been dominated by the divided island's suspended peace process and the economy.

Cyprus election: Anastasiades and Malas go to runoff

Europe

In Cyprus vote, all eyes on cash, gas and elusive peace

While many voters appear disengaged, analysts say result is critical for peace process on the divided island.

All you need to know about Cyprus presidential election

Europe

Cyprus votes for next president

Cypriots vote after a presidential election campaign focused on the economy and elusive reunification efforts.

Cyprus election: Voters go to polls to pick president

The Oligarchs

Secret court document exposes state looting in Ukraine

Current Ukrainian leader's ex-financial advisers named as brokers in transactions linked to $1.5bn fraud of predecessor.

Secret court document exposes state looting in Ukraine

Cyprus

Turkish Cypriots on course for coalition government

PM declares victory for ruling UBP, but fails to achieve outright majority in parliament, unofficial results show.

Turkish Cypriots on course for coalition government

Europe

Turkey casts shadow over Turkish Cypriots' vote

Corruption, structural problems and Ankara's grip on pseudo-state dominate campaigns while Cyprus dispute is sidelined.

Turkey casts shadow over Turkish Cypriots' vote

Europe

Cyprus talks fail to solve decades-long dispute

Turkish and Greek Cypriot sides, and guarantor powers fail to reach a deal after over two years of UN-backed efforts.

Cyprus talks fail to solve decades-long dispute

Europe

'Most complex' round of Cyprus talks set to begin

FMs of three guarantor powers, the UK, Greece and Turkey, will join talks alongside Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders.

Renewed Cyprus talks set to begin in Switzerland

Middle East

The disputed gas fields in the eastern Mediterranean

The eastern Mediterranean sea has several large natural gas deposits. The fields could be worth billions of dollars.

The disputed gas fields in the eastern Mediterranean

Europe

Cyprus talks falter over nationalist commemoration row

Turkish Cypriot side rejects meeting after Greek Cypriot move to mark 1950 referendum for union with Greece at schools.

Cyprus talks falter over nationalist commemoration row

Politics

Cyprus: An island divided

For more than 40 years, Cyprus has been a divided island amid fruitless reunification talks.

Cyprus: An island divided

Politics

Cyprus talks stall over fate of Turkish troops

Greece urges Turkish troops to leave Cyprus, while Ankara insists full pull-out of its troops is "out of the question".

Cyprus talks stall over fate of Turkish troops

Politics

Cyprus deal 'close' but don't expect 'miracles': UN

UN chief hopes for a breakthrough but says major work remains on how to implement and guarantee a final settlement.

UN's Guterres: No 'quick fix' in talks to unite Cyprus

Europe

Talks 'on track' to reach a solution to Cyprus dispute

Maps on territorial claims are exchanged in Geneva, as UN chief travels there to attend peace talks.

Inside Story

Bid to reunite divided Cyprus?

Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders hold talks to try to resolve a dispute that has frustrated diplomats for decades.