Samsung veut participer à l’aventure Google TVAprès un délai de réflexion, Samsung s’est pris au jeu de la Google TV. Le constructeur coréen serait prêt à fabriquer des téléviseurs compatibles avec la plateforme du géant de l’Internet, début 2011.Sony avait donné son accord et maintenant Samsung lui emboîte le pas et une annonce devrait être faite en janvier. Google a ainsi obtenu le soutien du groupe coréen pour construire des téléviseurs avec les processeurs Intel, nécessaires au bon fonctionnement de la plateforme du géant américain. Samsung s’est déclaré “ouvert” pour participer à ce projet. Un appui non-négligeable pour Google, pour le moment en pleine négociation avec les propriétaires de chaînes afin d’autoriser leurs programmes à apparaître sur Google TV. Le service est accessible uniquement aux Etats-Unis pour le moment. Le Sud-Coréen LG est lui aussi intéressé.Le 18 novembre 2010 à 13:16 • Emmanuel Perrin
Posted: June 18, 2018 Updated: 8:50 AM KUSI Newsroom June 18, 2018 Categories: Local San Diego News, Traffic & Accidents FacebookTwitter Valley Center Road at SR-76 Closed Monday and Tuesday Nights Motorists Advised Detours of an Hour or More SAN DIEGO — Caltrans construction crews will close Valley Center Road at State… https://t.co/tojyRDMKAQ— San Diego County DPW (@sdcountydpw) June 18, 2018 SDDPW described that SR-76 would be reduced to one lane on Monday night, and on Tuesday night they will close the road completely from Rincon Springs Road to Rincon Ranch Road.SDPDW said to expect delays of an hour or more and that the road closure may also be extended through Wednesday night. SAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Monday morning, San Diego County Department of Public Works (SDDPW) announced that Caltrans construction crews will close Valley Center Road at State Route 76 (SR-76) Monday and Tuesday nights from 7:00 PM until 7:00 AM in the morning to tie in the new roundabout to the intersection and open it to traffic. California State Route 76 Temporary Closure KUSI Newsroom,
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A Lauderhill Police officer was involved in a car crash while transporting a prisoner in Fort Lauderdale, Sunday night, sending both of them to the hospital.According to officials, the cruiser collided with a small SUV in the area of West Broward Boulevard and Northwest 24th Avenue.Paramedics took the victims to an area hospital with injuries that were not life-threatening.Officials did not specify whether the other driver was hurt.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
“We have heard that they also had some sort of failure in their system; we’re not sure. It may have been a pump failure,” she said. “As a result of that, the main tank is either partially or fully frozen, so the system is nonoperational. We don’t have a lot of details on what caused it or why that is.”Rachel Lee is the director of the Office of Environmental Health for Norton Sound Health Corporation (NSHC). Lee says there were a myriad of issues that caused the system to stop working, including: rust buildup in the water storage tank, which negatively impacted the circulation pump; the old outdated pressure pump failed; and the heating system went down so water froze in the tank.The tribal coordinator for Diomede, Frances Ozenna, says the local school had to shut down, and this became an emergency situation. If NSHC hadn’t stepped in, she said, then the community could’ve been in a much worse position. Lee says it took three days for the remote maintenance worker (RMW) Luke Smith, and Orville Akhinga, Jr., from Anchorage, to assess the system and make repairs.Ahkinga is originally from Diomede, and Ozenna says he is familiar with their water system. Lee says they arrived on the 19th after being weathered out from the community on previous flight attempts.Besides the main source of filtered water, which is accessible through the “washeteria,” the small island community only has runoff water from the mountain and melted snow available to them.Ozenna herself collects water from snow and melts it for drinking, but she says it still requires filtering before she uses it. According to Lee, the community storage tank only has enough water left to last about a month and a half if residents’ estimates and rationing are correct.Ozenna says it’s typically the water operator’s job to collect water during the summer, starting in June once things thaw, and to make sure the tank is filled for the entire winter season.The local water operator position is currently vacant, but Lee says once the community identifies someone to fill that role, then NSHC can train them on Diomede’s water system and help alleviate future issues. Diomede in November 2010. (Photo: KNOM file)Earlier this month, residents of Diomede had to rely on melting snow and run-off as drinking water for 11 days. The community’s running water was restored on Monday evening, but local experts say they aren’t out of the woods yet, as the system is still not fully functioning.According to Laura Achee, a spokesperson with the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation (ADEC), part of the limited information ADEC received last week was that the water tank was inoperable, and the system was having issues.
Jobs and hiringReutersIt’s placements season 2017 and tech companies go on bulk hiring from premier institutions. Also, fresh graduates from non-engineering streams too bagged fat paycheques.A final year student of economics at Delhi’s Lady Sri Ram’s College for Women has bagged a salary offer of close to Rs 38 lakh per annum in this placement season. This offer was made by Bank of America Merill Lynch, Economic Times reported.Boston Consulting Group has offered Rs 20 lakh to a student from St Stephen’s College for domestic role which is the highest so far. Many such offers are higher than the average salary offers of Rs 10-15 lakh per annum for fresh graduates at the premier IITs.According to reports, this year, average salaries have raised up to 50 percent in leading colleges. Further, even number of offers made has shot up making this a significantly better placement season.”Students of the current batch have been placed faster than ever in the history of our placement cell. Till date, we have striven hard to achieve 64 percent placements. But this year we are highly confident about achieving the target of 95 percent placement rate,” said Saurabh Chhabra, co-president of the placement cell at Hindu College.Bulk hiring by tech firmsEach company has picked up a large chunk of IT talent and if the trend continues it could suggest a new IT boom in the country.US IT giant Intel has picked up a full-class size of 59 candidates from IIT Kanpur. The company came with two profiles hardware and software and also picked up graduates from computer science for coding and electrical engineering students for hardware openings. IIT KanpurWikimedia Commons”I am seeing a growth in core and IT field. The bulk recruiters are very cautious. When they are getting good slots and meeting our nine-pointers with an internship experience abroad and carrying a resume with an idea, they cannot stop themselves from recruiting them,” said IIT Roorkee placement head N P Padhy.Also, exciting international offers are pouring in from Japan, Taiwan, South Korea and Singapore as the Asian firms eagerly look forward to hiring fresh graduates from the Indian Institutes of Technology (IIT).Hiring candidates from IITs still remains the key focus for the startup recruiters.
Flowers and candles are placed on the front steps of the Wellington Masjid mosque in Kilbirnie in Wellington on 15 March, 2019. Photo: AFPSurvivors of the Christchurch mosque shootings have recalled how elderly worshippers and children were mercilessly gunned down as a heavily armed attacker methodically targeted Muslims Friday in New Zealand’s worst massacre.At least 49 people died and another 48 were injured in the assault on two mosques in the South Island city, which prime minister Jacinda Ardern said marked “one of New Zealand’s darkest days.”Anwar Alsaleh was preparing for Friday prayers on the Muslim holy day at the Masjid al Noor mosque in central Christchurch — where 41 victims were killed — when a gunman walked in.Anwar hid in a bathroom and tried to call emergency services as shots rang out, telling stuff.co.nz he heard the gunman say an expletive about Muslims and “We’re going to kill you today.”He said he heard people begging for their lives. “They shot them until they died,” he said.At least another seven people died at the Linwood Avenue mosque, about five kilometres away, where Syed Mazharuddin said a man wearing body armour and a helmet opened fire.”Just around the entrance door there were elderly people sitting there praying and he just started shooting at them,” he told the New Zealand Herald.”There was a lady screaming and he shot her point blank in the face.”The attacker live-streamed the attack, with footage showing him firing repeatedly at worshippers as he moves from room to room.Witnesses at the Masjid al Noor mosque said the shooter was a white male with magazines of ammunition strapped to his legs.One told Radio New Zealand the gunman was “very calm” during the rampage.Mirwaiz, an Afghan refugee who did not want to provide his surname, said he came close to death when a bullet grazed his head.”He started shooting at our side of the room and I lay down on the floor as a bullet grazed my head. A couple of centimetres lower and I would be dead,” he told stuff.co.nz, saying he fled from the mosque while the gunman’s attention was elsewhere.Others told of scrambling through broken windows and playing dead among the carnage in a bid to survive.Carl Pomare was driving past the Masjid al Noor with an employee when he saw people running from the mosque and falling to the ground.They pulled over and tried to help the injured, including a five-year-old girl.”We managed to get her into the car of one of the people who was helping and got her to the hospital, she was critical,” he told RNZ.”The guy that my worker was nursing, he passed away in his arms sadly. It was surreal.”There were tales of heroism at the Linwood mosque too, where Syed Mazharuddin said a man wrestled a weapon off the attacker, who cut short his killing spree and ran to a waiting car.”The young guy who usually takes care of the mosque … he saw an opportunity and pounced on him (the gunman) and grabbed his gun,” Mazharuddin said.”This guy, the hero, tried to chase but he couldn’t find the trigger in the gun… he ran behind him but there were people waiting for (the shooter) in the car and he fled.”
Sterling Crockett is a part owner of GTI Maryland, a medical cannabis company looking to set up shop in Maryland. (Courtesy Photo)A group of Maryland-based Black investors are pooling their money in order to invest in one of the many medicinal marijuana businesses hoping to get approval from the state of Maryland in the coming months.The group, made up of 18 African American CEOs, is investing in Green Thumbs Industries, Maryland, a division of Illinois-based Green Thumbs Industries. Sterling Crockett, a general manager and part owner of the company, assembled the investors. The parent company currently operates three medical marijuana dispensaries in Illinois. Illinois patients were able to begin buying medicinal marijuana in late 2015 and the number of participants is currently in the thousands.In Maryland, GTI purchased 21 acres of land near Hagerstown. “We picked Washington County, because we have a formula we use where we focus on markets that are developing, have high unemployment and are affected by mass incarceration. They tend to go to bat for us to the extent we need them to,” said Pete Kadens, CEO, GTI Maryland, in an interview with the AFRO.The five county commissioners of Washington County, all Republicans, passed a resolution unanimously last year to support GTI Maryland’s plans and approved site plans for the proposed warehouse which will store the medicinal cannabis. GTI Maryland currently expects to have about 100 jobs if the project is approved.Maryland’s General Assembly originally passed legislation allowing the sale of medicinal cannabis in 2013. The legislation was re-visited in 2014 and expanded to allow up to 15 companies to grow marijuana and 94 dispensaries to operate in the state.There have been several delays in issuing licenses to businesses, partly due to a flood of applications to the Maryland Medical Cannabis Commission, which must approve businesses. Licenses are now expected by the end of the summer with patients receiving their medicine at some point in 2017, said Kadens.GTI Maryland brought in Crockett to bring on more African American investors. According to Kadens, two-thirds of GTI Maryland’s investors are from Maryland and a third of those are African American.“It’s an opportunity to do well while doing good. A lot of patients are in need of safer alternatives medically,” said Crockett. “My daughter was diagnosed with kidney cancer. We saw first hand how this could help that process.”A group of 18 African American CEOs invested over six figures into the company. Among them is Gerald Boyd Sr., CEO of DB Consulting based in Silver Spring, MD. Boyd is on GTI Maryland’s board of directors, he said in an interview.GTI Maryland hopes that African Americans, who have been heavily affected by marijuana laws, will support their efforts. “The African American community has been so touched in a bad way with marijuana related issues,” said Kadens. “The Center for Disease Control will tell you Blacks and Whites use marijuana in the same percentages. However, African Americans are 4.6 times more likely to be incarcerated for it. We are sick and tired of mass incarceration and it’s a fight worth fighting for.”“In addition, it could wake up the African American community to the benefits of investing and getting involved in this space and get them talking to their legislators.”
The Vibrancy of the state of Bihar was witnessed in an event showcasing rich culture and heritage; Bihar Utsav 2016 came to an end on Thursday. A huge crowd gathered to witness the conclusion of Handloom and handicraft exhibition at INA Dilli Haat. All the 55 stalls were busy throughout the day. All the exhibitors were pleased and excited due to the sale of their products in this Bihar Utsav 2016. According to Dheeraj Kumar Verma from Gaya, stall owner of Wooden Carving, Gaya: “Sale was beyond expectations. More than two lakh visitors were attracted towards wooden art. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’National Awardee Devendra Kumar Jha from Madhubani, stall owner of Mithilla paintings said: “The sale was very good and was beyond expectations. The paintings were highly appreciated by the foreign tourists also.” Mithilla paintings recorded the largest sale above four lakh among the other stalls of handloom and handicraft. Apart from this, stalls of handicraft, jute products, lac bangles, ladies kurties, Tasher silk sarees, stone art, and Bhagalpuri silk sarees were in great demand.Litti chokha stall owner Devendar singh said: “People really liked Bihar’s famous mouth watering dish- litti chokha during the Bihar Utsav 2016.”In the festival, there were more than 20 stalls, which included separate food court serving different specialty cuisine of Bihar made by professionals.
Unless you’ve been stuck in a bunker with no access to the outside world for the past few days, you would’ve noticed the weather tide changing drastically around parts of South Africa. Gale force winds, extreme temperatures and snow swept through several parts of the country, leading to the interruption of electricity supply, damage to property, and, in some cases, loss of life.The South African Weather Service has issued warnings of intense weather conditions including heavy rainfall, snow, tornados and extreme cold this week. Here is a round-up of some of the extreme weather conditions across the country:KZN gets record breaking rainThe South African Weather Service confirmed that KZN has experienced record rainfall over the last 24 hours. The estimated rainfall is 203mm in Margate and 99mm in Durban South. Residents and motorists were urged to be careful as the storm has already destroyed buildings and claimed the life of a woman who was swept off a low-lying bridge in Silverglen in Chatsworth.Magaliesberg hit by a tornado In Koesterfontein in the Magaliesburg area, Mario Ferrerira posted a video on Youtube of a tornado on Monday, 25 July around 3.30pm. Residents in the area reported that the tornado caused severe damage.Snowy Eastern CapeIt’s not uncommon for the Eastern Cape to be snowy white around this time of the year, but the SA Weather Services has warned that these snowy conditions could be disruptive in a few areas. Snow has fallen on the south-western and western high grounds of KwaZulu-Natal, the northern high grounds of the Eastern Cape and the eastern and southern parts of the Free State.Extreme windy conditionsGale force easterly to north-easterly winds (65 – 75km/h) hit Cape St. Francis and Port Edward on Monday evening and a south-easterly hit Table Bay and Stilbaai. The weather services also warned of high seas with wave heights measuring from 6m to 9m between Cape Agulhas and Durban. Cape Town has already witnessed a number of road accidents and two hikers were stranded on Table Mountain, but were soon rescued.Here’s a video of Cape Town winter wind in 2015:For more information on weather conditions in SA, visit SA Weather Services. WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite
OTTAWA, Canada – Rubin “Hurricane” Carter, the prizefighter whose racially tinged wrongful murder conviction made him a symbol of injustice and a pop culture cause, died on Sunday at the age of 76.Carter, who was convicted twice and imprisoned for 19 years before he was exonerated in 1985, died on Sunday at his home in Toronto, the Association in Defence of the Wrongly Convicted (AIDWYC) confirmed.From 1993 to 2005, Carter served as the executive director of the Canadian organization, which said it was “deeply saddened” by the death of “a truly courageous man who fought tirelessly to free others who had suffered the same fate.”U.S. and Canadian media reported that Carter had been battling prostate cancer.Carter was a middleweight contender before he was convicted in the 1966 murders of three people who were shot and killed at a tavern in Paterson, New Jersey.A fearsome fighter, Carter scored his biggest win in 1963, when he stopped past and future world champion Emile Griffith in the very first round of a non-title clash.He lost a 15-round unanimous decision to Joey Giardello in a middleweight world title fight in 1964 — his only world championship bout.“He could have gone a long way,” Griffith said. “I should know. He knocked me down and stopped me.”An ‘appeal to racism’Carter’s ring career was abruptly curtailed by his triple murder conviction in 1967.He denied the crime, and his story caught the attention of boxing great Muhammad Ali and inspired Bob Dylan’s 1975 song “Hurricane.”Watch Bob Dylan perform “Hurricane” in 1975:http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=MvI3Y9Kuk5EDecades later, the 1999 flick “The Hurricane” earned Denzel Washington an Oscar nomination and a Golden Globe for his portrayal of Carter, although some factual inaccuracies in the film provoked criticism.The actor paid tribute to Carter in a statement to U.S. media: “God bless Rubin Carter and his tireless fight to ensure justice for all.”Watch a clip of Denzel Washington playing Carter in “The Hurricane”: Facebook Comments Carter was convicted along with his friend John Artis, who also was black, by an all-white jury in the death of two white men and a white woman.The convictions were gained in part with the testimony of two convicted felons who placed Carter and Artis at the scene, but later recanted.Carter was given a second trial in 1976 and convicted yet again.But, in an interview with PBS in 2011, Carter said he “wouldn’t give up.”“Just because that misinformed jury found me guilty, did not make me guilty. And because I was not guilty, I refused to act like a guilty person.”In 1985, Carter was exonerated by U.S. district court judge H. Lee Sarokin, who said the conviction had been “based on an appeal to racism rather than reason.” Fabio Bettini, left, is knocked down by Rubin “Hurricane” Carter on Feb. 23, 1965 in a Paris fight. AFP‘Great deal of courage’After finally being released, Carter, a native of New Jersey, moved to Toronto.From 1993 to 2005, he served as the executive director of the AIDWYC, and the organization’s founder, Win Wahrer, told Canadian broadcaster CBC on Sunday that Carter was a “hero” for his work advocating for the wrongly imprisoned.“It took a great deal of courage to speak out as he did on a consistent basis and relive his own experience,” she said. “But he did it because he felt it was the right thing to do.”Carter continued his efforts on behalf of those he believed to be wrongly incarcerated even after he became ill.In February, he penned an article in the New York Daily News seeking the release of David McCallum, who was convicted of a kidnapping and murder in 1985.“I am now quite literally on my deathbed and am making my final wish to those with the legal authority to act,” he said.“My single regret in life is that David McCallum of Brooklyn … is still in prison.”Carter, whose formal education ended in the eighth grade, led a childhood dotted with unruly incidents before enlisting in the Army, where he first took up boxing.With an honorable discharge, he returned home, overcoming a past that included petty crime to build his professional ring career.Watch Hurricane highlights here: Related posts:Boxing: Nicaragua’s ‘Chocolatito’ González, from garbage collector to flyweight champ VIDEO: Costa Rica’s Keylor Navas wins Spain’s Best Goalkeeper award for 2013-2014 season WATCH: Keylor Navas makes two incredible saves, extends historic shutout streak Former football official Jack Warner shrugs off FIFA life ban
[photos: Chihiro Saito] February 23, 2011A group of art students from the Louisiana State University in Baton Rouge, visited Arcosanti for a two-day course, with their teacher.The students had an extended tour with Tomiaki Tamura, which included the Bronze Foundry and Ceramics Studio, where the process of production was explained in detail.The group had a chance to visit the Soleri Archives and to attend ‘School of Thought’ with Paolo Soleri. Here the group is in discussion with Tomiaki Tamura, after a Powerpoint presentation. For more information on student group visits please contact us.
(Rephrases first and second paragraph) Nicosia District Court judge Ioannis Ioannides decided to recuse himself from examining the application of Bank of Tanzania to have the appointment of the liquidator at FBME Bank it appointed recognised in Cyprus, a source said.Ioannides was the judge who rejected on May 10 the Central Bank of Cyprus’s application to appoint a liquidator at the Tazania-based lender implicated in money laundering, the source who spoke on condition of anonymity said. The central bank, which challenged the ruling and requested his recusal, cited a possible conflict of interest.The Tanzanian side is represented in various other cases by a law firm representing the owners of FBME, which the Central Bank of Cyprus placed under administration and subsequently resolution in July 2014 after the US Financial Crime Enforcement Network (FinCEN) described it as a financial institution of primary money laundering concern with links to terrorism.In April, a US court rejected the bank’s appeal against a ruling affirming the decision of the FinCEN to shut FBME out of the US financial system. Bank of Tanzania revoked FBME’s licence of the bank on May 5 and appointed the Deposits Insurance Board as liquidator.The Central Bank of Cyprus revoked in December 2015 the licence of the bank’s Cyprus branch and fined it €1.2m for failing to adhere to anti-money laundering regulations. In April 2016, it also triggered the depositors guarantee scheme which offers an up to €100,000 coverage per depositor.You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
Prior to intercepting the Saipem 12000 drillship in offshore block 3, the Turkish navy had attempted to harass the rig near the Calypso target in block 6 it has been revealed as it also emerged on Tuesday that Turkey was again manoeuvring to create ‘grey areas’ in the eastern Mediterranean by claiming security jurisdiction over the sea around Cyprus.The Saipem 12000 arrived at Calypso in late December, where it drilled an exploratory gas well on behalf of ENI and Total, who share the concession in block 6.Sources familiar with the matter told the Cyprus Mail on Tuesday that a Turkish warship unlawfully entered the 500m exclusion zone around the drilling target once the rig had already anchored there.The warship remained at the site for a brief amount of time – perhaps an hour – after which it complied with calls to leave the exclusion zone.The same sources confirmed that Italian and French frigates, which had reportedly scared off the Turkish warship while accompanying the rig to its position, were operating in the general area as part of naval exercises for which permission had earlier been granted by Cyprus.The frigates were operating out of the port of Limassol. But at no point was there any contact or confrontation between the frigates and the Turkish warship, the sources told the Mail.“There was no incident at sea, as it were,” they added.Having retreated from block 3, the Saipem drillship departed Cyprus around midnight on Monday, setting a course for Morocco.Meanwhile it was revealed on Tuesday that the German vessel R/V Maria S Merian is expected to arrive in waters off Cyprus on Saturday for marine research operations in blocks 4, 5, 6 and 7.The vessel’s operations are unrelated to hydrocarbons activities. According to the Cyprus News Agency, the German ship will be operating in waters between Cyprus and Crete.As such, the vessel had received separate permissions from Cyprus, Greece and Turkey to operate in the respective exclusive economic zones (EEZs) of the three countries.The Greek permit concerned the area south of Crete, whereas the Cypriot permission related to offshore blocks 4, 5, 6 and 7.Permission from Turkey was sought for a specific area between Crete and the western coast of Cyprus.This was normal procedure, according to Captain Constantinos Fitiris, commander of the Joint Rescue Coordination Centre (Jrcc) in Larnaca.Up until that point, he said, Ankara was playing by the rules.But subsequently, on February 23, Turkey issued a Navtex, or navigational warning, reserving for the German vessel a zone 580km long and 25km wide, stretching from off the coast of Paphos up to Ierapetra in Crete – in this way also covering those areas of the Cypriot and Greek EEZs.In other words, the Turkish navtex covers an area that goes beyond the segment falling under Turkey’s area of responsibility.Fitiris explained that the purpose of the Turkish navtex was to push the claim that Turkey has jurisdictional authority in the entire sea area.In response, Cypriot authorities issued a Navtex of their own, voiding the Turkish notice.Turkey claims that parts of blocks 1, 4, 5, 6 and 7, to the south and southwest of the island, lie within its ‘continental shelf’.Following the standoff in block 3, Turkish Cypriots are now demanding joint exploration and exploitation of natural gas reserves.Speaking on Tuesday Barıs Burcu, spokesman for Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci, described Greek Cypriot attempts to keep Turkish Cypriots and Turkey out of the energy policy equation as “a flawed approach that does not serve peace.”Burcu added that joint hydrocarbons operations were “the most appropriate approach to prevent further escalation and bring stability to the island and the wider region.”Baris BurcuIn Nicosia, US Ambassador Kathleen Doherty gave her country’s backing to the Republic. “We’ve been watching the events very closely, and as you know, I discussed it last week with the President and also with the Minister of Energy here. My counterparts have also discussed it in Ankara and Athens. Secretary Tillerson made comments about this in his meetings in Ankara last week.“Our policy has been very longstanding. We believe that the Republic of Cyprus has the right to explore and exploit its resources in its EEZ. We also have said publicly, and we have as a longstanding position that the resources should be shared equitably with all Cypriots in the context of a settlement.”One day earlier, in a telephone conversation between Erdogan and French president Emmanuel Macron the French leader conveyed to Ankara the message that it should respect Cyprus’ sovereignty.According to a statement issued by the French president’s office, Macron told Erdogan that he was concerned about recent events off the coast of Cyprus, stressing “the need to respect Cyprus’ sovereignty.”Meantime two vessels contracted by ExxonMobil are due to arrive in block 10 by the end of the week, reports said.The vessels will be deploying remotely-operated underwater vehicles which will take further readings of the seabed at three selected locations in block 10.Their purpose is to gather more data to narrow down the most likely targets for gas drilling, which ExxonMobil is planning during the second half of the year.ExxonMobil will reportedly be drilling two back-to-back exploratory wells in late summer or early autumn.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
Turkey will not allow the Turkish Cypriot people to be a victim of non-solution to the Cyprus problem, Turkish President Tayyip Erdogan said on Friday.in his message to Turkish Cypriots on the anniversary of the 1974 Turkish invasion, he also argued that “the transformation of the Eastern Mediterranean into a field of security, stability and cooperation will make a major contribution to achieving a solution to the Cyprus problem.”“But Turkey will not allow the Turkish Cypriot people to be a victim of non-solution to the Cyprus problem,” he added.Erdogan pledged to stand by the Turkish Cypriots as it has done until now,adding that it would continue to ensure peace, freedom and stability in both Cyprus and the Eastern Mediterranean. ”He congratulated Turkish Cypriots on the “celebration of peace and freedom”.On the Cyprus question, Erdogan said the Turkish Cypriots had proved their commitment to peace and to a solution, and despite the “unfair and illegal restrictions” they had been exposed to, had shown their willingness to overcome any obstacle.“In the last half century, we have been working to achieve a just and viable comprehensive solution to the Cyprus problem,” he said. “Unfortunately, because of the attitude of the Greek Cypriot side, which, with persistence, does not approach the founding of a new cooperation on the basis of political equality with the Turkish Cypriots, the desired outcome has not been reached in any negotiation process yet.” The latest example, he said was last year in Crans-Montana during when the talks failed yet again.Erdogan’s message was part of a wider day of events to celebrate the invasion that included flyovers by fighter jets and a military parade presided over by Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci and Turkey’s Vice President Fuat Oktay.Armoured, tanks, other military vehicles, fire brigades, and police, paratroopers, students and veterans took part in the parade in the north of Nicosia.After the parade, Akinci, repeated his address to Turkish Cypriots made on Thursday in which he accused the Greek Cypriot side of being unwilling to listen.Also in the north for the events were MPs from Canada, Britain, Azerbaijan, Hungary, Bulgaria, Kosovo, Botswana, Madagascar, Mauritania, Guinea Bissau and Chad, according to CNA.Oktay spoke about the ‘common owner’ of the island of Cyprus, and said Turkey’s ‘peace operation’ was a historic turning point for the entire Turkish nation, not only for Cyprus.“Unfortunately, the Greek Cypriot side continues to see itself as the only landlord on the island and is not in favour of the sharing political power with the Turkish Cypriots,” he said.“The Greek Cypriot mentality that aims to assimilate the Turkish Cypriots as a minority has not changed. We understand that there can in no way be the expectation of changing this mentality that is far from being constructive. The Greek Cypriot side unfortunately does not envisage being a partner with the Turkish Cypriots in the future on the basis of political equality. In the next period any initiative for a solution would only succeed if the realities are taken as the basis.”You May Likewww.amazon.comHow 21ST Century Entrepreneurs Think, Act And Grow Richwww.amazon.comUndoDiamondSmileThe Easiest Way to Get a Brighter SmileDiamondSmileUndoAngelino'sAngelino’s Keurig K-cup Compatible Single Cup CoffeesAngelino’sUndo Clear winner in first round of Kition bishop voteUndoHouse rejects presidential veto over repossession lawUndoFour dead in California garlic festival shootingUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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