"Their numbers have reached such levels that their integration into local communities is realistically unsustainable," the Cypriot Foreign Ministry told the Associated Press Thursday.
85 people may have their Cypriot citizenship revoked after an independent commission found they may have received passports via criminal offenses. The passports were issued within a government program that granted citizenship to relatives and company executives or wealthy investors.
The fashion model was reported to have suffered a brain hemorrhage and was in a coma before she died on Saturday afternoon, according to local media.
Europe is increasingly being enmeshed in Middle Eastern rivalries and geopolitical strife.
Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said the easing of restrictions, which will begin May 10, is to "lift the spirits of the public after months of sacrifices," without putting the public at risk by removing all restrictions.
As part of the $9.6 billion European-citizenship-for-investment scheme, 770 foreigners were incorrectly granted citizenship in Cyprus.
This arc of transnational partnerships from Greece to India is part of an alliance that includes economic ties and geostrategic discussions about common interests and security, as well as the need for stabilization in the face of terror and extremist threats.
Neophytos Masouras's comments were followed by a Russian priest claiming he spoke to deceased biologist Charles Darwin, who retracted his theory of evolution.
The wooden toe helped a priest's daughter walk about 3,000 years ago.
His actions were an inexcusable departure from FBI norms, and have upended the FBI investigation.
The only way he can get rid of Mueller is to have Rosenstein remove him. And Rosenstein isn't going to do that.
Trump has made the same mistake Nixon did: he is not represented by competent counsel.
Trump and associates' murky financial dealings deserve greater scrutiny.
The deal 18 months in the planning would end 40 years of division.
The Airbus A320 plunged into the Mediterranean en route from Paris to Cairo in May.
Prior data had indicated smoke in the aircraft before it plunged into the Mediterranean.
A recording shows signs of heat and smoke on board the plane that crashed into the Mediterranean last month.
The repairs open the door to clues that may answer why the plane crashed into the Mediterranean.
The boxes will eventually be returned to Egypt for analysis that investigators hope will unravel the crash cause.
The flight was traveling from Cairo to Beijing when it had to divert due to security fears.
The search is a race against time, as black boxes stop emitting signals after one month.
Egyptian forensics official says human remains so small "there isn't even a whole body part."
Egyptian official says the aircraft made no abrupt turns before disappearing from radars.
The search operation found personal belongings of passengers 180 miles off the Egyptian coast.
Air accident investigators say a malfunction on the Airbus aircraft is unlikely.