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    1. August 5, 2011

      Cyprus forms new centre-left cabinet

      President Demetris Christofias Friday swore in a new centre-left cabinet and pledged to take “all necessary measures to deal...

    2. July 19, 2011

      Cypriot foreign minister resigns over blast

      The foreign minister of Cyprus has resigned amid mounting popular anger over the deaths of 13 people in an explosion last...

    1. December 9, 2009

      Cyprus adds obstacles to Turkish EU accession path

      The Greek Cypriot-led government of Cyprus yesterday placed new obstacles in the way of Turkey's efforts to join the...

    2. December 9, 2009

      Cyprus blocks Turkey's EU path

      The Greek Cypriot- controlled government of Cyprus placed new obstacles in the way of Turkey's efforts to join the European...

    3. December 8, 2009

      Cyprus adds obstacles to Turkey EU accession

      The Greek Cypriot-led government of Cyprus on Tuesday placed new obstacles in the way of Turkey’s efforts to join the...

    4. October 10, 2008

      Cyprus power talks soon stall

      Cyprus unification talks are in trouble after only three meetings between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders and need to...

    5. October 10, 2008

      Cyprus power talks soon stall

      Cyprus unification talks are in trouble after only three meetings between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders and need to...

    6. October 9, 2008

      Cyprus talks hit difficulties

      Cyprus unification talks face difficulties after only three meetings between the Greek and Turkish Cypriot leaders and need...

    7. May 6, 2008

      Brussels opts to play safe as Irish vote looms

      Eighteen months before it completes its term, the sun is starting to set on the European Commission headed by José Manuel...

    8. May 5, 2008

      Brussels plays it safe as Irish vote looms

      Eighteen months before it completes its term, the sun is starting to set on the European Commission headed by José Manuel...

    9. Brussels Blog

      April 3, 2008

      Power games in Brussels

      A colleague visited recently from the FT’s London mothership, and a few of us took him out to sample some hearty Belgian...

    10. March 12, 2008

      Hopes for fresh Cyprus talks

      Greek Cypriots want to open talks with their Turkish counterparts after four years of deadlock, according to the new...

    11. March 12, 2008

      Observer: Cypriot with the zeal of a convert

      Markos Kyprianou, the new Cypriot foreign minister, does not seem too happy to have swapped the salubrious corridors of...

    12. March 11, 2008

      Hopes rise ahead of Cyprus unity talks

      Greek Cypriots will talk directly to their Turkish counterparts after four years of deadlock, the country’s new foreign...

    13. March 11, 2008

      Cypriot with the zeal of a convert

      Markos Kyprianou, the new Cypriot foreign minister, does not seem too happy to have swapped the salubrious corridors of...

    14. February 27, 2008

      Observer: Stay or go?

      Rumours have been swirling in Brussels that Markos Kyprianou, the Cypriot health commissioner, is heading home. Kyprianou,...

    15. February 26, 2008

      Ospel’s long day in the hot seat

      So great is the interest in Wednesday’s extraordinary shareholders’ meeting that UBS has ordered the doors at its venue in...

    16. January 31, 2008

      EU proposes food label rules

      The fight against Europe's obesity epidemic was stepped up yesterday as the European Commission proposed stricter...

    17. January 30, 2008

      EU plans stricter food labelling rules

      The fight against Europe’s obesity epidemic was stepped up yesterday as the European Commission proposed stricter...

    18. January 16, 2008

      Brussels to hear report on moral and ethical issues

      The ethical and moral issues surrounding the use of cloned animals and their offspring for food and milk will be examined...

    19. January 15, 2008

      Brussels to hear report on cloning ethics

      A European advisory group, including senior Christian theologians, will on Wednesday deliver its report on the ethical and...

    20. December 11, 2007

      Companies move to halt junk food advertising

      Nearly a dozen global food companies will on Tuesday announce plans to halt advertising junk food to children under 12...

    21. October 25, 2007

      EU asked to study risks of tobacco product

      Snus, tobacco that is placed in the mouth rather than smoked, took a step towards legalisation in the European Union on...

    22. October 17, 2007

      Brussels to propose easing cross-border health rules

      Patients will be able to seek treatment abroad based on clinical need rather than waiting time under plans drawn up by the...

    23. October 17, 2007

      Brussels plans to relax health rules

      Patients will be able to seek treatment abroad based on clinical need rather than waiting time under plans drawn up by the...

    24. September 25, 2007

      Brussels plans bluetongue vaccinations

      Sheep and cattle could be routinely vaccinated against the bluetongue virus that has rampaged across northern Europe within...

    25. Brussels Blog

      September 20, 2007

      Brussels cuts its appetite for legislation

      Anyone wanting to learn what Brussels means by better regulation should look at its developing policy on nutrition and...

    26. September 6, 2007

      Watchdogs to consider food colouring research

      European food authorities on Thursday promised to consider the British re­search showing a link between hyperactivity in...

    27. August 31, 2007

      Brussels presses F1 over tobacco ties

      Formula 1 should cut its remaining ties to tobacco as part of efforts to discourage youngsters from smoking, the European...

    28. July 5, 2007

      Observer: Bloodsuckers?

      Relations between Poland and Germany are pretty bad after Jaroslaw Kaczynski, the Polish president, blamed Berlin for his...

    29. May 31, 2007

      EU pushes voluntary code to tackle obesity

      Europe's food and drink industry has been given three years to show voluntary measures can tackle obesity or face tougher...

    30. May 30, 2007

      Food industry given obesity deadline

      Europe’s food and drink industry has been given three years to show voluntary measures can tackle obesity or face tougher...

    31. April 23, 2007

      EU-Russia talks on meat dispute end in deadlock

      Talks to improve tense relations between Russia and the European Union ended in deadlock yesterday after the two sides...

    32. April 22, 2007

      EU-Russia meat talks end in deadlock

      Talks to improve tense relations between Russia and the European Union ended in deadlock on Sunday after the two sides...

    33. April 20, 2007

      Mandelson warning on EU-Russia mistrust

      Europe-Russia relations have plumbed depths unseen since the cold war, with mistrust and lack of respect widespread on both...

    34. January 30, 2007

      Brussels plans to curb EU smoking

      Smoking could be banned in all public buildings throughout the European Union within two years. Markos Kyprianou, the...

    35. January 26, 2007

      Observer

      Stay or go? Rumours have been swirling in Brussels that Markos Kyprianou, the Cypriot health commissioner, is heading home....

    36. January 19, 2007

      Observer: Meaty moniker

      Markos Kyprianou, the EU health commissioner, has been given a new nickname by "Angie" Merkel, the German chancellor. The...

    37. December 19, 2006

      Bid to avert Russian ban on imports of EU meat

      The European Union's health commissioner flies to Moscow today in a last-ditch attempt to avert a Russian threat to ban all...

    38. November 10, 2006

      Observer: An extra serving of praise (for some)

      The danger of deciding to "name and praise" is that those not named might feel shamed by implication. This may have been the...

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