Turkish and Greek Cypriot leaders to meet on April 2, for the first time since February
Turkey says Greek side disregarding Turkish Cypriots' rights over resources of divided island
Mevlut Cavusoglu writes opinion piece in Washington Times
It is up to Greek Cypriot Administration to deal with 'Enosis commemoration in schools' issue, says Mustafa Akinci
Turkish Cypriot president meets UN envoy
Turkish Cypriot President Akinci says Cyprus talks can continue after Enosis 'mistake gets corrected'
Eitan Naeh became Israel's first envoy in Turkey in December when relations resumed in the summer after a six-year diplomatic rift.
President Mustafa Akinci told Rex Tillerson Greek Cypriot Enosis commemoration plans had destroyed negotiations
Spokesman for Turkish Cypriot presidency says controversial Enosis commemoration plans should be shelved
There was no immediate statement from the United Nations, which has been hosting the talks, but the Cyprus government said that Greek Cypriot leader Nicos Anastasiades had been informed on Wednesday that the meeting would not go ahead.
"Firstly, the Greek Cypriot leader (Nicos Anastasiades) should give a clear message to the Turkish Cypriot people and to the world that he does not support this decision (vote)... and the second is to overturn it," said Mustafa Akinci.
Even if talks to reunify the island went off track, Turkish Cyprus continues to seek a solution, says Mustafa Akinci
Turkish Cypriot president says Greek Cypriot leader Nikos Anastasiades is 'free to reopen slammed door'
Tensions have soared over the approval by the Greek Cypriot parliament in the south of the divided island for schools to mark the 1950 referendum on Enosis, or union with Greece.
Turkish Cypriot negotiator cancels meeting with Greek Cypriot counterpart over move honoring idea of island joining Greece
No idea that has caused such suffering should be celebrated, says Turkish Cypriot President Mustafa Akinci
Greek Cypriot parliament voted Friday to introduce commemoration in schools of 1950 referendum on union with Greece
Defense Secretary Michael Fallon signs defense co-operation program with Greek Cypriot administration
Turkish Cypriot leader: Greek Cypriots must be more careful with rhetoric and take a more helpful attitude in negotiations
Cyprus, home to about a million inhabitants, has been divided since 1974, when Turkish troops invaded in response to an Athens-inspired coup seeking union with Greece.
Meetings conducted in a positive spirit, participants agreed not to disclose details about their discussions, UN says