Varosha move puzzles amid low expectations on Cyprus
UN steers clear of Cyprus blame game as focus moves to hydrocarbons
Movement on name issue but Athens keeps expectations low
Blame game follows collapse of Cyprus reunification talks
Cyprus talks fail to deliver result, leave concerns about future ties
Some optimism for Cyprus talks but complex issues remain
Government's relationship with Stournaras teeters again
The spotlight is back on the government’s fractious relationship with Bank of Greece governor Yannis Stournaras after anti-corruption prosecutors reportedly raided the ex-finance minister’s home on the same day that the central bank blocked coalition-backed nominations for the top positions at troubled Attica Bank.
The raid was connected to a 1.6-millio-euro advertising contract awarded in 2011 to a communications company (Mindwork Business Solutions) owned by his wife, Stavroula Nikolopoulou-Stournara, by the state-run Hellenic Centre for Disease Control and Prev...
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