Cyprus: Court makes €28,000 award after police brutality human rights complaint

Human rights judges have today awarded €28,000 to a Canadian, who was attacked by Cypriot police in Limassol.

Cyprus: Anti-torture experts warn authorities over police abuse and prison overcrowding

Allegations of police abuse, prison overcrowding and poor conditions in psychiatric and social care establishments, are prominent in a new report on Cyprus.

Cyprus conference: Videos and podcasts on freedom of expression in the digital age

Experts, lawyers, academics, politicians and members of the judiciary gathered in Niçcosia last month to discuss the challenges to freedom of expression in the digital era. here is a summary of the main interviews, photos and presentations from the event.

Podcast: Freedom of expression in the digital age

In this podcast, Charlotte Altenhoener-Dion reviews the main themes to be discussed at a conference on freedom of expression in the digital age, which takes place next week in Cyprus.

Court: Cyprus and Turkey’s cooperation failure led to ineffective murder investigation

The case concerned the killing of Elmas, Zerrin and Eylül Güzelyurtlu, who were shot dead in the Cypriot-Government controlled area of Cyprus on 15 January 2005.