Tourism income last year reached 2.63 billion euros ($3.23 billion) beating the 2.36 billion record set in 2016, an 11.7 percent increase, according to the Cyprus statistical service.
Will of Turkish Cypriot people must be included in gas drilling process in the Mediterranean, says Turkish Cypriot premier
Mustafa Akinci says he hopes for peace and serenity on the island during second term of Greek Cypriot leader
Current leader Nicos Anastasiades competing against Stavros Malas in second round
Republican Turkish Party, People's Party, Communal Democracy Party, Democratic Party agree to form ruling coalition
After a lacklustre campaign, opinion polls put conservative incumbent Nicos Anastasiades, 71, ahead as he pledges to restart negotiations with the Turkish-backed north quickly after the vote.
After a low-key campaign, opinion polls put the conservative in the lead as he claims credit for the island's economic recovery since its debilitating financial crisis of 2013.
Turkish Cypriots stand with motherland Turkey and Turkish soldiers at heart, PM Ozgurgun tweets.
Rauf Denktas, founding president of Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, passed away on Jan. 13, 2012
Eight parties ran in Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus’ elections
379 candidates from 8 parties, 9 independent candidates compete for 50 seats in parliament
Turkish Cypriot leader says negotiations cannot be held with an 'uncertain' environment and calendar.
Anastasiades, 71, is the frontrunner to win the vote scheduled for January 28, with opinion polls making him favourite to secure a second term, which by law will be his last.
Both Turkish and Greek Cypriots set to go to polls on divided island in January 2018
Second joint drill between Israel, Greek Cyprus this year
Greek PM says cooperation among Greece, Greek Cyprus and Egypt is progressing and deepening
Parliament of the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus votes 38-2 to hold early elections next January
UN effort to unite Cyprus under federal umbrella is 'dream', Tahsin Ertugruloglu says
Turkish deputy prime minister says Turkish Cypriots' resources can be incentive for Greek Cypriots to improve relations
Espen Barth Eide had been in office for over 27 months to help broker solution to divided island
Police say suspects likely to appear in Gazimagusa court