Moroccan Tourism Shows Flexibility in Disrupted Global Economic Situation

Rabat – Moroccan tourism has showed “flexibility” in a “disturbed” global economy and an “unstable” regional geopolitical context, thanks to the interest granted by King Mohammed VI to this sector, its strong structural foundations and the relevance of the strategic choices made by Morocco, Tourism Minister Lahcen Haddad said.“Morocco has adopted an innovative strategy in tourism by implementing 2010 Vision and 2020 Vision, aimed at doubling the size of the sector and raising Morocco among the world’s top 20 tourist destinations, given the potential and assets of the Kingdom, notably its location close to the main European markets,” Haddad told MAP in an interview on the occasion of the celebration of the World Tourism Day (September 27).The tourism industry holds an important place in the Moroccan economy, Haddad noted, highlighting the sector’s role as a significant lever for promoting socio-economic growth, given its contribution in the creation of added value and employment and the reduction of poverty. Noting that the international situation and the economic and political challenges require the establishment of a policy for the promotion and marketing of Morocco in global markets, the minister said that the tourism sector management is based on a medium and long-term strategy and roadmap, mobilization of the sector’s stakeholders and the promotion of the kingdom’s tourism assets (diversity, quality, security, etc). read more

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UN peacekeeping mission still has work to do in Côte dIvoire UN

24 April 2007Even after the signing of a peace accord in Côte d’Ivoire, the United Nations peacekeeping mission in the West African country still has much work ahead of it, an official for the world body has said. “I found a very tangible, very perceptible relaxation of the situation in the country,” Under-Secretary-General Hédi Annabi said in a UN radio interview on Monday at the end of a 12-day visit to the divided nation to evaluate the situation on the ground.Referring to a peace deal struck by the sides in neighbouring Burkina Faso, he said there was a “very clear willingness on the part of Ivorian leaders to implement the Ouagadougou agreement and try to stick as much as possible to the timeline outlined in the Accord.” The mission, known as UNOCI, “will continue to help our Ivorian friends in the implementation of the Accord.”The agreement between President Gbagbo and Forces Nouvelles Secretary-General Guillaume Soro commits both sides to honouring all Security Council resolutions on the issue, including the need to abide by free, fair and transparent elections.The Accord also tackles disarmament, reform and restructuring of the armed forces as well as the restoration of State authority throughout the country, which has been divided between north and south since 2002. National elections originally slated for last October have been postponed until this year.Mr. Annabi said that everyone he met with, including President Laurent Gbagbo, stated that they wanted the mission to continue its work to help Ivorians realize the agreement.The agreement calls for the dismantling of the so-called Zone of Confidence separating the Government-controlled south and rebel-held north, and will be replaced by a green line along which the UN will establish observation points.As the Accord is fulfilled, Mr. Annabi said that the situation regarding the UN’s mission in the country will be re-evaluated, especially in regards to demobilization of militias.“After the redeployment of the administration to the north of the country, we will analyze the residual areas we need to accomplish and, based on this analysis, we can envisage a lightening of our resources on the ground and a reduction in manpower,” he noted.Of the voting scheduled to take place this October, Mr. Annabi stressed that the “organization and management of the elections falls on Ivorian institutions.”The UN will ensure that they take place “under good conditions.” It will also confirm that the results “proclaimed by Ivorian institutions conform to international norms and that the process takes place under credible, free, democratic and transparent conditions as described in the Accord of Ouagadougou,” he said.UNOCI has nearly 9,000 total uniformed personnel in the country, including 7,850 troops and almost 1,000 police with a mandate to monitor the cessation of hostilities and movements of armed groups, help in disarmament and dismantling of militias and contribute to the security of the operation of identifying the population and registering voters. read more

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UN nuclear watchdog hopes to send inspectors back to DPR of Korea

“This is all very encouraging news,” International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) Director-General Mohamed ElBaradei told reporters at the agency’s headquarters in Vienna of the joint statement released by the six nations at talks in Beijing on the DPRK’s nuclear programme.Asked when IAEA inspectors would return to the DPRK, from which they were withdrawn when the country left the NPT almost three years ago, he said a precise date was still to be fixed, but the commitment was for DPRK to go back to inspections and the NPT at an early date.“I certainly will be consulting with the DPRK, with the concerned parties and clearly the earlier we go back, the better,” he added. “This is going to be a complex inspection process. We need again to reconstruct activities that have taken place since 2002, in fact even before 2002 because since 1993 we haven´t been able to perform comprehensive verification inspection in North Korea.”He said the commitment to denuclearize the Korean peninsula at the Beijing talks between China, Japan, Russia, the United States and the two Koreas, constituted “a balanced package in my view that addresses both the security needs of North Korea as well as the concerns of the international community about North Korea´s nuclear activities. “It has been a long and complex process,” he added of the talks that have been going on since 2003, “but at the end negotiation pays.” In February Mr. ElBaradei called the DPRK “a serious challenge to the nuclear non-proliferation regime.” Its claim to possess nuclear weapons “is a matter of the utmost concern and has serious security implications, and highlights yet again the importance and the urgency of finding a diplomatic solution through dialogue,” he said then.Today he said the IAEA would conduct “the necessary inspections to assure ourselves that the nuclear weapons programme in the DPRK has been abandoned and that all nuclear activity in the DPRK is subjected to safeguards and dedicated for peaceful purposes.” read more

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Breakthrough engine technology simultaneously reduces emissions saves fuel and increases engine power

first_imgAir2Nitrous (A2N), a breakthrough engine technology that lowers critical emissions in engines while both saving fuel and increasing engine torque, is now available for global markets. The Air2Nitrous reactor box and converter ring, are the only two items required to reduce IC engine emissions by up to 90%, the company says. A simple, scalable, retrofit device composed of two pieces with no moving parts, A2N can be fitted by any qualified mechanic to any internal combustion engine in 30 minutes. The effects of the technology are immediate, with up to 90% reduction in critical engine emissions, up to 20% fuel savings and up to 17% increase in engine torque and horsepower.Commenting on the efficiency of the revolutionary new technology, Air2Nitrous CEOEd Nichols stated; “Air2Nitrous has achieved what many of the world’s largest emissions technologies companies have been trying to do for years; a reduction in critical emissions plus savings on fuel without sacrificing vehicle performance. All the while Air2Nitrous accomplishes this using a retrofit device comprised of only two components and no moving parts.”Air2Nitrous is a ‘first phase’ (prior to and during combustion) electronic emissions control system. It works by increasing the amount of oxygen molecules and decreasing the amount of nitrogen molecules present in the combustion chamber. More oxygen in the combustion chamber means a more complete burn of particulate matter (PM) 2.5 and less nitrogen means less NOx output. The net effect is reduced critical emissions of CO, CO2, NOx, THC, PM 2.5, NMOG and NMHC up to 90%. A2N technology helps to expel increased levels of oxygen in the process.Mining could be an important industry application for this technology.A2N says it “is poised to have the same impact as the catalytic converter 30 years ago in terms of emission reduction. Indeed it has already passed USA California emissions standards on vehicles ‘with and without’ catalytic converters.last_img read more

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Geek deals Toshiba Excite 77inch tablet ThinkPad coupons more

first_imgTablets are an interesting kind of gadget. Apple set the market on fire with the iPad, but then the diversity of the Android tablet marketplace opened up choices for every consumer.There is one option in particular that may be overlooked at first glance, but is actually rather crucial to being a happy tablet owner: size. The regular iPad has always had a 9.7-inch with a 4:3 aspect ratio, much like computer displays before the widescreen shift. The iPad mini is 7.9 inches, but retains that squarish aspect ratio.However, users who primarily read text on their tablet typically find such a shape awkward to hold for extended periods of time. That’s one area where Amazon’s Kindle Fire has excelled, thanks to its grip-friendly 7-inch design. But the smaller 7-inch screen is noticeable cramped when it comes to web browsing, making the way for a nice “tweener” model like the Excite.The 7.7-inch Excite strikes a nice balance in the size category and uses an HD 1280×800 screen, which has enough pixels to make for efficient web browsing and keeping the comfortable design. It also comes packed with one of NVIDIA’s newest quad-core processors, 16GB of storage (which is expandable), dual cameras, GPS, and an aluminum chassis.Toshiba Excite 7.7-inch 16GB Android 4.0 Tablet for $349.99 + free shipping(reg. $499.99 | use instant savings | ends Dec. 9 or sooner)Our other top deals:Microsoft Windows 8 Pro Upgrade (download) for $39.99 (reg. $69.99)Netgear NeoTV Max NTV300SL 1080p Wireless Media Player w/ Netflix & more for $59.99 (reg. $79.99)Lenovo coupons: up to 20% off ThinkPads, starting at $483.12last_img read more

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Four children under 12 found wearing no seatbelts as back seats folded

first_img Source: An Garda Síochána/Twitter 64 Comments Wednesday 8 Feb 2017, 8:34 AM Share342 Tweet Email1 33,548 Views Tralee Gardai stop 7 seater. with 4 kids under 12 no restraints on back seat. Rearmost seats folded down for the shopping. FCPN to follow pic.twitter.com/PHrFubV9Td— An Garda Síochána (@GardaTraffic) February 7, 2017 Feb 8th 2017, 8:34 AM http://jrnl.ie/3228411 center_img By Cliodhna Russell Not wearing a seatbelt is found to be the second biggest cause of road deaths, behind speeding but ahead of drink-driving.Under European legislation drivers are required to wear a seatbelt in “any seat fitted with one” – a law that has been in place since 2006.The European Traffic Police Network president Aidan Reid has previously described how “using a seatbelt is a quick and simple task; it’s also a highly effective way of reducing the consequences of a collision”.Read: President Higgins set to be awarded with Peru’s highest honour> Four children under 12 found wearing no seatbelts as back seats folded down for shopping Not wearing a seatbelt is found to be the second biggest cause of road deaths, behind speeding but ahead of drink-driving. Short URL GARDAÍ HAVE USED a case of finding young children in a vehicle without seatbelts on to highlight the dangers involved.Four children under the age of 12 were travelling in the back seat of a vehicle in Tralee without seatbelts when it was stopped by gardaí.Two of the seats in the seven seater were folded down for shopping.Gardaí said a fixed charge penalty notice will be issued following the incident. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

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Watch: Rare Albino Orangutan Alba Goes to ‘Orangutan Jungle School’

first_img In December last year, a rare albino orangutan made headlines when she was finally released back into the wild in Borneo after being rescued from captivity.At the time of her rescue, Alba was an underweight 5-year-old and suffering from stress, dehydration, a parasite infection, and other ailments. It was only after several months of care at the Nyaru Menteng Orangutan Rehabilitation Center, run by the Borneo Orangutan Survival Foundation, that Alba was able to recover and gain climbing and socialization skills.A new docuseries on Smithsonian Channel Plus is giving viewers a first-hand look at how Alba, and other young orangutans who have lost their mothers to poaching and deforestation, learned the skills they need to survive in the wild.Premiering August 2, Orangutan Jungle School features a group of young, endangered orangutans; their hilarious antics and tear-jerking moments; and the human caregivers at Nyaru Menteng that provide these intelligent and endangered creatures a new chance at life by teaching them how to play, eat, and socialize, with the hope that they can one day return to the wild.(Photo Credit: Courtesy of Smithsonian Channel)All 10 episodes of Orangutan Jungle School will be available to stream Friday on Smithsonian Channel Plus, with the first two episodes free for those without a subscription. You can start a free 7-day trial here.More on Geek.com:Drugged Orangutan Found in Tourist’s Luggage in Bali AirportAlabaster, Albino Alligator at SC Aquarium, Dies After Battling InfectionRare Albino Orangutan Released Back Into the Wild Watch: Deputies Help Bear Family Rescue Cub Trapped in DumpsterWatch: Dog Rescued After Collapsing From Heatstroke During Hike Stay on targetlast_img read more

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Winterhawks cant close out Kamloops at home

first_imgPORTLAND — The path to the Western Conference finals that a couple of days ago seemed obstacle free has become surprisingly tricky for Portland’s Winterhawks.And it will include one more trip to Kamloops, B.C.The visiting Blazers scored the first three goals on Saturday and won their second consecutive elimination game, blitzing the Winterhawks 7-2 to the dismay of 10,135 at the Rose Garden.Game 6 of this best-of-7 Western Hockey League playoff series is on Monday in Kamloops, and if the Blazers win again, this series will be decided by a seventh game on Wednesday in Portland.In the aftermath of one of their more one-sided losses, the Winterhawks blamed themselves and said that Saturday’s game wasn’t as one-sided as the scoreboard showed.“We made some mistakes tonight,” Winterhawks head coach and general manager Mike Johnston said. “On the other side, I thought we did a lot of really good things and we missed converting on our chances.”last_img read more

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The Economist Sees Advertising Rebound in Fiscal 2011

first_imgSponsorship accounted for about $35.7 million of overall revenue, while about $47 million fell under “Other.” Revenue for the Economist Intelligence Unit–which invested heavily in marketing technology, edit and sales now focuses on direct-to-customer sales, rather than selling through intermediaries like libraries and consultancies–grew 6 percent to about $55.1 million. In North America (where the company did about $259.2 million in total revenue in fiscal 2011), The Economist launched three new businesses over the past year, including an online ad network called the Ideas People Channel that combines 45 websites from different organizations; Economist Education, offering five e-learning courses targeted to executives in the U.S.; and an online fairs business that connects buyers and sellers at virtual events.Fiscal 2011 represented the first full-year The Economist has owned the CQ-Roll Call Group, which was formed by it’s the acquisition of Congressional Quarterly in in July 2009. While the company said subscription-based CQ and Capitol Advantage content and the workflow buinesses performed well, advocacy advertising and Roll Call margins were affected by tough competition and a slow legislative agenda. “Looking forward, we see further growth in The Economist as digital reading increases, and in our established events and research businesses,” said Paul Rossi, managing director and EVO the Americas. The Economist Group today reported overall revenue jumped 9 percent to 347 million pounds (or about $562.9 million) for the fiscal year ended March 31st, 2011. Meanwhile, operating profit was up 10 percent to 63 million pounds (or about $102.2 million). Subscriptions remain the largest revenue stream for The Economist (at 170 million pounds or about $275.9 million) and worldwide circulation grew 4 percent to 1.5 million (magazine circulation in North American was up 2.5 percent to 833,667) for the July-December 2010 ABC time period. “We strengthened the pay barrier in October and this contributed positively to our web- based subscription revenues,” said Nigel Ludlow, managing director, Economist Online, UK. “Digital subscribers gain access to our online service as well as the editions we publish for the iPad and iPhone. The average weekly volume of digital customers who took out their subscription through The Economist online rose by 50 percent on the previous year.” However, The Economist also saw double-digit growth for advertising worldwide, with print up 14 percent (to about $171.9 million) and digital up 23 percent (to about $32.4 million). Ad pages in the U.S. edition of The Economist were up 4.2 percent in the first quarter of 2011 and up 3.8 percent in 2010, according to Publishers Information Bureau. last_img read more

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Walker bill aims to curb opioid epidemic

first_imgState officials discuss legislation aimed at curbing opioid abuse with reporters in the state Capitol on Monday. From left to right: Alaska Attorney General Jahna Lindemuth, Health Commissioner Valeria “Nurr’araaluk” Davidson, Lt. Gov. Byron Mallott, and Gov. Bill Walker. (Photo by Andrew Kitchenman/KTOO and Alaska Public Media)A new bill is aimed at curbing opioid addiction and overdose deaths. The bill lets patients tell health care providers and hospitals to not give them opioids. It also requires health care providers receive training in opioid addiction.Listen nowGov. Bill Walker introduced the bill.“It’s not the be-all-and-end-all,” Walker said. “There’s many paths to recovery. There’s many other things that we are working on. But this is one we believe is quite significant.”The bill also limits initial opioid prescriptions to a seven-day supply. The measure requires pharmacists and veterinarians to register their prescriptions in a database. Doctors and nurses who prescribe opioids would check the database.The database would be updated daily instead of once a week if the bill is enacted. And prescribers would get a report card from the state Board of Pharmacy indicating how frequently they prescribe opioids compared with similar providers.Health and Social Services Commissioner Valerie “Nurr’araaluk” Davidson said another important piece of treating addiction is the state’s Medicaid expansion. It’s added health coverage for 30,000 Alaskans.“Every one of us in this room knows somebody – we’re related to somebody, we have somebody – who is struggling with opioid addiction,” Davidson said. “And I would encourage you, that if you think that’s not true, I would encourage you to look a little bit harder.”Walker introduced the bill at press conference Monday in which he announced other opioid-related measures. The state will begin giving prison inmates who enter with addictions the medication Vivitrol. It helps them overcome addiction by blocking the effects of opioid drugs.Two versions of the bill — House Bill 159 and Senate Bill 79 — were referred to the Health and Social Services and Finance committees in each body.last_img read more

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Low Water Pressure Expected For A Portion Of North Houston

first_img Share Residents in North Houston may notice lower water presser than normal, for the next few days. Houston Public Works says crews will begin repair work on a large water line Friday, March 2nd. The line is located near Beltway 8 North and US59. Officials provided a map, illustrating the affected areas.Houston Public Works North Houston residents can expect low water pressure for a few days beginning Friday, March 2, 2018.In an e-mail, officials said:The project requires shutting down a 66-inch (5.5-foot diameter) water main in North Houston. Work should not impact water service or quality, but residents in the area may notice lower than usual water pressure. Water pressure will back to normal by Tuesday, March 13th. last_img read more

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Air Canada WestJet take no chances as Nate heads for Cancun

first_imgWith files from The Associated Press Share Air Canada, WestJet take no chances as Nate heads for Cancun Travelweek Group Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >> Tags: Air Canada, Mexico, Travel Alert, WestJet TORONTO — Both Air Canada and WestJet have issued travel advisories for passengers heading to Cancun in the next few days, offering flexible rebooking policies as Nate, currently a tropical storm and potentially a hurricane by this weekend, heads towards the Yucatan Peninsula and then the U.S. Gulf Coast.Tropical Storm Nate is roaring towards Yucatan Peninsula today after drenching Central America in rain that was blamed for at least 22 deaths. Forecasters said it could reach the U.S. Gulf Coast as a hurricane by the end of this weekend and into early next week.The latest forecast puts Nate at Cancun at approximately 1 a.m. Saturday morning.Louisiana officials have declared a state of emergency and ordered some people to evacuate coastal areas and barrier islands ahead of its expected landfall Sunday, and evacuations began at some offshore oil platforms in the Gulf.The U.S. National Hurricane Center said Nate could cause dangerous flooding by dumping as much as 6 to 10 inches (18 to 25 centimetres) of rain as it moved over Honduras, with higher accumulations in a few places.More news:  Transat calls Groupe Mach’s latest offer “highly abusive, coercive and misleading”It had maximum sustained winds of 75 kph this morning and was likely to strengthen over the northwestern Caribbean Sea on Friday before a possible strike on the Cancun region at the tip of Mexico’s Yucatan Peninsula at near-hurricane strength. It could hit the U.S. Gulf coast near New Orleans.Here’s the latest from Air Canada and WestJet:AIR CANADAAir Canada has implemented a policy for customers who purchased an Air Canada ticket no later than Oct. 5 for travel to, from or via Cancun International Airport (CUN) on Oct. 6 or 7.“If you are scheduled to travel on the above dates, you may contact Air Canada Reservations (1-888-247-2262) to change your flight, free of charge, to another date between now and Oct. 21, 2017, subject to availability in the cabin you originally purchased. Otherwise, any fare difference will apply.”Passengers can also choose to travel to an alternate destination: “Any change fees will be waived, provided you are travelling between now and Oct. 21, 2017. However, any fare difference will apply.”More news:  Consolidation in the cruise industry as PONANT set to acquire Paul Gauguin CruisesWESTJETWestJet is advising all guests travelling to or from Cancun on Oct. 6 to check the status of their flights prior to leaving for the airport. WestJet adds that it has implemented flexible change and cancel rules. “To review your flight options, please call: WestJet (air-only): 1-888-937-8538 (1-888-WESTJET); or WestJet Vacations: 1-877-737-7001. If you have made an air-only booking through a travel agent, please contact your travel agent directly.” Friday, October 6, 2017 last_img read more

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Fee free cruise bookings announced for agents

first_imgAgents will soon be able to make instant online cruise bookings free of transaction fees after Complete Cruise Solutions launched free bank payment options on its Polar Online booking system.Rolling out from September, the new payment option will sit within Polar Online and will be designed to simplify the booking process as well as allow agents to make cruise bookings on large cruise lines at any time of the day. Complete Cruise Solution director of sales Don Clark said the system gives agents complete control of bookings and excludes the need for payments to pass through a third party.“Not only will this system be easy to use, it will put an end to the days of agents having to call us to confirm or chase their payments,” Mr Clark said.“Now, as soon as a payment is made through Polar Online, it will be applied to the customer’s booking.”The new system applies to bookings made for P&O Cruises, Princess Cruises, P&O Cruises World Cruising, Cunard and Carnival Cruise Lines and allows agents to make multiple payments simultaneously as well as provides access to a complete booking list within Polar. At the end of the day, agents are then sent an email confirmation of all payments made. Mr Clark concluded that after the system is launched in September, agents would be able to sign up by completing a registration form on Polar Online. Source = e-Travel Blackboard: N.Jlast_img read more

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Dialogue begins on NHS

first_imgBy Evie AndreouDIALOGUE on the new national health scheme (NHS) will continue until the end of October and the final bills are to be submitted to parliament for approval by the end of November, Health Minister Philippos Patsalis said yesterday.The minister was speaking a day after the Cabinet approved proposed legislation aiming at reforming the health sector.The country cannot continue with the current health system, which creates the biggest health sector inequalities among all other EU countries Patsalis said yesterday after meeting AKEL’ s General-secretary Andros Kyprianou to kick off the dialogue.At the meeting Kyprianou expressed his party’s reservations over the provisions for the autonomy of hospitals.According to the ministry’s proposed legislation, the island’s six public hospitals, Nicosia, Limassol, Larnaca, Famagusta, Paphos and Makarios Hospital would be re-classed as ‘General District Hospitals’ while urban and rural health centres would come under the jurisdiction of their respective district hospitals.The district hospitals would be managed by boards of directors, appointed by the Cabinet for a five-year term with a strong representation of government officials.“The organisations will have the responsibility to independently secure and manage their revenues and expenses and will submit annual budgets to the cabinet for approval,” Patsalis said.The state budget would cover any deficits in the first three years of their operation with their finances being re-evaluated in the third year.According to the proposed legislation, this autonomy must be afforded before the implementation of the NHS, since public hospitals need to become competitive in order to remain financially viable and provide health care based on a modern administrative model.Kyprianou said AKEL also disagrees with the government’s planning on the NHS when it comes to the role of the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO) and on a possible introduction of a multi-insurance system, saying that it would create a NHS with many levels.But Patsalis, in summing up the benefits said: “I believe that the concern of all political parties is to have a health system in our country that serves the citizen, is people-centered, gives quality health services for life, gives the right to choose a health-care provider, is financially viable and is based on social justice.”He said the HIO would be managed by a 15-member board, again with government representatives having the majority of seats.The NHS promises fair distribution of costs, social solidarity and healthy competition among health care providers, he said.You May LikeUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndoAngels And EntrepreneursRobert Herjavec Announce Venture Could Make You RichAngels And EntrepreneursUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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