As another Darfur ceasefire deal is signed UN envoy voices hope

Ibrahim Gambari, the Joint Special Representative of the African Union-United Nations Mission in Darfur (UNAMID), said it was critical now for Khartoum and the Liberation and Justice Movement (LJM), which signed the framework agreement today, to implement its contents.That agreement includes taking steps towards a ceasefire between the two sides in Darfur, a region roughly the size of Spain where an estimated 300,000 have been killed and 2.7 million others displaced since 2003.“This will impact on the security for the people on the ground,” said Mr. Gambari, speaking from Doha, Qatar, where the framework agreement was signed.He added that today’s deal should directly benefit UNAMID, because it means a comprehensive peace agreement “is coming closer to fruition with the unfolding developments in Doha,” and therefore the peacekeeping mission will “have the peace to keep and peace partners to work with.”Last month the Sudanese Government and one of Darfur’s biggest rebel groups, the Justice and Equality Movement (JEM), signed a similar pact aimed at ending their hostilities – a move that was immediately welcomed by Mr. Gambari as well as by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon and the Security Council.Today’s deal with the LJM “represents yet another important milestone in the road towards the destination of an all-inclusive and comprehensive peace agreement that should usher in durable peace and stability in Darfur,” Mr. Gambari underlined.The head of UNAMID added that civil society in Darfur must be closely involved with the peace process as it continues, and he urged the LJM and Khartoum “to uphold their commitment to dialogue and to be ready to make useful concessions, no matter how painful they may be, in the interests of peace, progress and development of their people.”In addition, Mr. Gambari welcomed news of the release of Gauthier Lefevre, an aid worker for the International Committee of the Red Cross (ICRC), who was taken hostage in October last year in West Darfur state. 18 March 2010The top United Nations official in the war-wracked Darfur region of western Sudan today welcomed an agreement between the national Government and a rebel group, calling it “another important milestone” on the path towards a comprehensive peace pact to end the deadly conflict that has engulfed the region for seven years. read more

UN rights team to inquire into human rights violations in Togo

Ms. Arbour has appointed human rights expert Doudou Diene to head the mission, which is expected to arrive in Togo on 13 June and stay there for two weeks, the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) said today. His team will comprise human rights officers and a forensic expert to assess the issues arising from the conduct of the elections, verify reports of alleged violations and compile information on the perpetrators. The team will hold discussions with Government officials and representatives of civil society, as well as with those who allege that their rights have been violated and with their witnesses, including refugees in neighbouring Ghana and Benin, OHCHR said. Shortly after returning to Geneva, the team will report its findings and recommendations to the High Commissioner.Meanwhile, UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) reports that the number of refugees fleeing to Benin from Togo continues to rise, with the latest wave describing abductions, disappearances and security force crackdowns in the areas where voters are suspected of having favoured the opposition in the elections. Benin is hosting 21,641 refugees, bringing the total in Benin and Ghana to 36,809, compared to 35,743 last Friday, UNHCR said. The number in Ghana has remained at 15,168 for the last two weeks, it adds.Most refugees are living with friends and families and UNHCR said it has been trucking plastic sheeting and other-non-food items for a further 2,500 people and delivered another 2,000 mosquito nets. Some 8,000 refugees are in the Come and Agame/Lokossa camps, the agency says. read more

Osisko Gold to expand diversify through 1125 billion asset deal with Orion

by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 5, 2017 5:21 am MDT Last Updated Jun 5, 2017 at 6:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MONTREAL – Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd (TSX:OR) will pay $1.125 billion in cash and stock to acquire a portfolio of royalty and production streams from Orion Mine Finance Group, the companies announced Monday.The purchase price consists of $675 million cash and $450 million in Osisko Gold Royalties common shares.Among assets that Osisko Gold Royalties will acquire is the Renard diamond stream, which entitles Osisko to 9.6 per cent of production from a new Quebec mine at a fixed price of US$50 per carat.To pay for some of the cash portion of the deal, Osisko will sell shares worth a total of $275 million in a private placement to two Quebec provincial funds, the Caisse de depot and the Fonds de solidarite.The rest of the cash will come from Osisko’s existing bank credit and its cash on hand.Osisko says it will end up with a total of 131 royalties and revenue streams, including its original royalty on the Malartic gold mine in Quebec, once the deal is complete.Besides the cash, Orion will receive about 30.9 million Osisko common shares valued at $14.56 each, a premium to Friday’s closing price of $14.40.The Caisse will also pay $14.56 per Osisko share to a total of $200 million. The Solidarity fund will buy $75 million worth of stock at the same price. Osisko Gold to expand, diversify through $1.125 billion asset deal with Orion read more

High school mentorship program draws more students than ever

Phil Boseglav, left, and Morgan Zabzinski check out the H8 hypnosquare Zabzinski made as part of the student mentorship program.Twenty-five of Niagara’s brightest high school students got a taste of Brock this year through the annual Brock Mentorship Program.Gifted students from eight Niagara high schools spent a semester working with Brock researchers in Mathematics and Science, Applied Health Sciences and Social Sciences. It was the 17th year of the program and the largest group of participants to date.Morgan Zabzinski, 17, from Stamford Collegiate in Niagara Falls was one of the participants. He worked with Phil Boseglav, a lab demonstrator who teaches electronics and physics, during a semester that culminated with him making an H8 hypnosquare.Zabzinski joined the program because he wanted the university experience and the chance to work with an expert.“I aspire to go into physics, and I liked the hands-on learning aspect of it,” he said. “I also experienced the university learning environment while I was still in high school.”It was Bogeslav’s first year as a mentor, but he’d like to do it again. Zabzinski proved to be an able student, and every day they worked together, they’d reach a new benchmark, he said.“It was nice to see someone pick something up as quickly as Morgan did and expand their horizons.”The program was founded by Joe Engemann, assistant professor in the Faculty of Education. This year, he co-ordinated the program with Heather Bellisario, academic advisor and liaison officer in the Faculty of Mathematics and Science.Staff and faculty from 10 departments participated. They were, in addition to Bogeslav:Martin LemaireBozidar MitrovicKaren ArnellLiette VasseurDeena ErampalliKim GammagePaul ZeliskoTom McDonaldFrank FeutenDeb O’LearyHeather GordonDawn GoodSid SegalowitzPing LiangCheryl McCormickBareket FalkJoffre MercierDoug BruceTravis DuddingThis year’s program ended with a symposium on Feb. 23. Students presented their findings on subjects ranging from blood pressure in adolescents to the production of synthetic embryos through cloning in geraniums.Since its first year, more than 250 students from 20 high schools have participated, being mentored by more than 70 Brock faculty and staff. read more

SARA to commence process to recover 10 stolen state assets

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedPPP to SARA: Irresponsible to say Billions lost without providing evidenceApril 21, 2018In “latest news”Proposed SARA Bill ‘inconsistent with many of the fundamental rights of citizens’ – Private SectorSeptember 8, 2016In “latest news”SARA cannot investigate corruption without formal complaint, says DirectorApril 20, 2018In “latest news” The State Assets Recovery Agency (SARA) has revealed that it will commence proceedings to have state assets recovered in 10 identified cases later this year.SARA’s Director, Dr Clive Thomas reported that some 50 to 60 cases have thus far been reviewed and “Beginning at the start of the third quarter, we are hoping to focus on about 10”.Court action is expected to begin by the fourth quarter of this year however investigations for the 10 cases will begin at the earliest since those cases will be in foreign jurisdiction.The State Assets Recovery Act of 2017 makes provision for SARA to pursue international cases valued more than $10M Dr. Thomas noted.The cases that are being reviewed by SARA are based on complaints and referrals. read more

QMASTOR mineral supply chain software acquired by Triple Point Technology

first_imgTriple Point Technology, a leading global provider of software to manage commodities and enterprise risk, has acquired QMASTOR, a premier provider of mining software solutions to manage the tonnage, quality, and value of coal and mineral supply chains from ‘pit’ to the point of export, import, or consumption. QMASTOR’s mining supply chain solutions are used to manage over 1,000 Mt/y of coal and mineral movements. The company, headquartered in Newcastle, Australia, supports its global client base through regional offices located in Africa, South America, and North America. QMASTOR’s clients are some of the most prominent natural resource companies in the world and include BHP Billiton, Rio Tinto, Vale, Anglo American, Xstrata, and Peabody Energy.Triple Point says “coal is a large, important, and fast growing element of the energy supply mix. Driven largely by rapid population and income growth in developing nations such as China and India, worldwide coal consumption rose by 7.6% in 2010. In the last decade alone, China’s coal usage more than doubled, and last year, it became a net importer of coal despite its huge reserves. India also has large and growing energy requirements and relies on coal for 55% of its needs. The rapid growth in global coal consumption is expected to continue for the foreseeable future.”“Our product strategy is to provide the deepest functionality, from upstream to downstream, in each commodity class. Given the importance of coal to future global economic growth, the addition of QMASTOR to the Triple Point portfolio is extremely compelling,” said Peter F. Armstrong, President and CEO, Triple Point Technology. “QMASTOR solutions are a perfect addition to the Triple Point portfolio in that they supply all the functionality to optimize an end-to-end coal and mineral supply chain, while at the same time being completely complementary to the rest of the Triple Point product set.”The companies’ complementary customer bases, target markets, and product sets create substantial opportunities for continued and accelerated growth.QMASTOR managing director, Trent Bagnall, has been named Triple Point’s Managing Director of Coal and Mineral Supply Chain Solutions. “This is exactly the right time in the life cycle of QMASTOR to become a part of Triple Point,” said Bagnall. “Integrating with a larger, successful organization gives us the resources and reach to accomplish our ultimate goals. This is an important time in the mining software market, and our joining-of-forces will underpin and accelerate our growth.”QMASTOR’s advanced solutions manage and optimise all aspects of mining supply chains including mine planning and scheduling, material tracking, logistical movements, 3D stockpile modelling, grade control, blend management for coal, and other minerals such as nickel and iron ore. QMASTOR also offers solutions for managing port operations and metallurgical accounting. The metallurgical accounting solution supports multiple metals including gold, silver, titanium and platinum.Triple Point Technology® is a leading global provider of software to manage commodities and enterprise risk. The company provides innovative solutions to competitively address the complex commodities value chain: mining, buying, selling, trading, and procurement; enterprise risk management; scheduling and logistics; storage; processing; and settlement and accounting. Triple Point’s Commodity Management platform enables over 300 customers in 35+ countries to profitably manage exposure to energy and raw materials across industries, including energy, metals and minerals.last_img read more

Macedonia begins Operation Gothenburg – all players available

Zvonko Sundovski, the national team coach, hasn’t changed anything in the Macedonian national team that won the historic 5th place at the European Championship in Serbia 2012. Currently on the list to travel to Sweden are 20 players, the 17 from the European Championship, and three more, Stoilov, Mitreski i Levov, all three from Metalurg.List: Borko Ristovski, Petre Angelov, Stevče Alušovski, Dejan Manaskov, Vladimir Temelkov, Zlatko Mojsovski, Vančo Dimovski, Stojanče Stoilov, Kiril Lazarov, Ace Jonoski, Branislav Angelovski, Filip Mirkulovski, Velko Markovski, Naumče Mojsovski, Filip Lazarov, Nikola Markovski, Vlatko Mitkov, Nikola Mitrevski i Milan Levov.The preparations have begun, and the internationals Lazarov and Ristovski are to join in the next few days. Macedonia plays in a qualification tournament in Sweden against the host country, Hungary and Brazil. The top two places go to the Olympic Games in London 2012. ← Previous Story Djordjic – new HSV goalkeeper? Next Story → Rutenka’s body-check or Karabatic’s acting? read more

Cocainefuelled British banker considered balcony jump after killing women

first_imgCocaine-fuelled British banker considered balcony jump after killing women Rurik Jutting denies two counts of murder but pleaded guilty to manslaughter. By AFP Short URL No Comments Image: Vincent Yu/PA Images Note: This article contains graphic details which may be upsetting to some readers. BRITISH BANKER RURIK Jutting calmly described to police graphic photos of an Indonesian woman he had killed at his luxury apartment in Hong Kong, according to video footage shown in court.The 31-year-old Cambridge graduate and former securities trader for Bank of America-Merrill Lynch has pleaded “not guilty” to two murder charges, on the grounds of diminished responsibility.He pleaded guilty to manslaughter, which was rejected by the prosecution.Since the trial started on Monday, jurors have viewed harrowing iPhone footage of Jutting torturing his first victim, Sumarti Ningsih, 23, for three days before he killed her by cutting her neck with a serrated knife at his flat two years ago.Days later, he killed Seneng Mujiasih, 26, cutting her throat, also at his flat. Both women were found dead at his apartment on 1 November, 2014, Ningsih’s body stuffed in a suitcase.Jutting had offered both women money for sex.In court today, the final day of prosecution evidence in the trial, the court viewed video footage of police interviews with Jutting as he talks through photos of Ningsih taken by him on his iPhone.When shown the pictures by police he carefully described their content.“She is currently tied up by me… she is being restrained here against her will. She absolutely did not consent,” Jutting told officers when asked about one of the photos.He adds:This photo was taken during around three days that she was captive against her will in my flat. Share1 Tweet Email1 Migrant workers hold placards to protest the killings outside the court. Source: Vincent YuJutting told police in the interview that he was “in a state of extreme sexual aggression” during that time.In other clips from the police interviews in which he is describing photos from his iPhone, Jutting says the images showed Ningsih bound and gagged, and she had marks on her body from being beaten with a belt by him.When shown a photo of his bloodstained bathroom he described to police in the video how he cut her throat there, tied her body with a rope, then wrapped her in a plastic bag, a bed sheet and a throw before putting her in a suitcase.‘Still moving’Jutting told police interviewers that after he attacked his second victim, Mujiasih, he collapsed “physically exhausted”.“She was I think still alive and still moving. I collapsed outside on the balcony. When I went back in she wasn’t moving. I didn’t specifically check whether she was dead or alive,” he said in the interview.Jutting said he had considered jumping from the balcony and at one point he climbed over to a neighbour’s balcony, waving a kitchen knife and carrying vodka, cocaine and Red Bull.Jutting then went back inside where he rang police.He told officers in the interview tapes that he had bought “10 packets” of cocaine daily for the three weeks before 1 November, at HK$1,000 (€118) per bag.“I had ingested it primarily by snorting it,” Jutting told police in the video.Wearing a light-blue shirt, Jutting remained impassive in court, sometimes looking at the video footage and sometimes scanning the room.Jurors were also shown the knife he used to kill Mujiasih and were taken through some of the graphic photos one by one by the prosecution.The court heard on Tuesday that Jutting was “deeply addicted” to cocaine and also drank heavily.Jutting faces a life sentence if convicted of the murders. The defence is due to open its case on Monday.© – AFP 2016Read: Jury sees iPhone torture video of British banker ‘ranting on coke’ in front of victims >Read: British banker ‘tortured woman for three days’ before murder in Hong Kong > 12,656 Views Jutting sits in a prison bus as he arrives at a court in Hong Kong. (File, 2014) Image: Vincent Yu/PA Images Thursday 27 Oct 2016, 1:03 PM Jutting sits in a prison bus as he arrives at a court in Hong Kong. (File, 2014) Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Oct 27th 2016, 1:03 PM http://jrnl.ie/3049024 last_img read more

Marée noire opérations de scellement définitif retardées

first_imgMarée noire : opérations de scellement définitif retardéesÉtats-Unis – BP a annoncé lundi 30 août que les conditions météorologiques régnant dans le golfe du Mexique l’obligeaient à reporter les dernières étapes de colmatage définitif du puits de pétrole responsable de la marée noire. De fortes vagues dans le golfe du Mexique ont empêché le géant pétrolier BP de procéder lundi, comme prévu, au retrait du couvercle provisoire qui avait stoppé la fuite de pétrole en juillet. Étape nécessaire, préalable à la récupération et au remplacement de la valve anti-explosion défectueuse à la sortie du puits. Cette pièce, élément important pour garantir la neutralisation définitive de la poche, est également une pièce à conviction importante dans l’enquête pour établir les responsabilités dans la catastrophe. Les travaux sont donc reportés à une date ultérieure, encore non communiquée.Ensuite seulement auront lieu les étapes suivantes de l’opération “bottom kill” : achèvement des conduits secondaires et injection de ciment au fond du puits. L’explosion de la plateforme Deepwater Horizon en avril dernier avait coûté la vie à onze ouvriers et provoqué la dissémination de 780 millions de litres de pétrole brut dans la mer.     Le 1 septembre 2010 à 12:38 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Islamorada man charged with video voyeurism

first_imgISLAMORADA, Fla. (WSVN) — A South Florida man was arrested and charged with video voyeurism, Thursday.According to police, 35-year-old Adam Roberts video-recorded a 21-year-old woman without her knowledge while she was changing clothes in an Islamorada bathroom.Roberts is the manager of the restaurant where the victim works.The victim told police that Roberts had invited her and several of her family members to his Islamorada condo at Plantation by the Sea. She said they all spent time by the pool, and when she wanted to change back into her clothes, Roberts offered to let her use the bathroom in his condo.The victim said Roberts went into the bathroom before her. She then went into the bathroom and began changing, only to notice a cell phone video-recording her.Roberts is being held on $7,500 bond.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Pakistan detains militant suspects after Kashmir attack

first_imgKashmiri villagers look on a fire razes a house following a deadly gun battle between militants and Indian government forces in Tral area of Pulwama district, south of Srinagar, on 5 March, 2019. Photo: AFPPakistan has detained dozens of alleged militants after a suicide attack in Indian-held Kashmir last month which sent tensions between the nuclear-armed foes soaring, its interior minister said Tuesday.Among those detained in Islamabad’s latest crackdown on banned groups was Abdul Rauf — who a security source told AFP is a younger brother of Masood Azhar — the leader of Pakistan-based militant group Jaish-e-Mohammad (JeM) that claimed responsibility for the February 14 attack.Rauf had been named in a dossier of evidence in that attack given to Pakistan by India, the interior ministry said.”We have launched a crackdown against proscribed organisations and have taken 44 individuals into custody, including Mufti Abdul Rauf and Hammad Azhar,” state minister for the interior Shehryar Afridi told reporters in Islamabad.He did not give any further names, clarify what groups those detained allegedly belonged to, or say if they would face charges.The 14 February attack killed 40 Indian paramilitaries and spurred tit-for-tat air raids between India and Pakistan across the highly militarised Line of Control, the de facto border in the disputed Himalayan region of Kashmir.Both sides claimed they had shot each other’s warplanes down, igniting fears of an all-out conflict as world powers pleaded for restraint.Pakistan captured one Indian pilot, releasing him on Friday in a bid to pull both countries back from the brink, though tensions remain high.Rauf is a little-known younger brother of Masood Azhar, the security source said. He added that “Hammad Azhar” was an alias, but did not say who for.Indian officials were sceptical of the detentions Tuesday. “We have seen Pakistan make arrests before, and then the people are released,” an Indian government source told AFP.India, along with the US, has pressured Pakistan to take action against militancy.”If they still do not mend their ways, We have told them what will happen,” Prime Minister Narendra Modi told an election rally in central India Tuesday.Afridi said Pakistan was “not taking this action under pressure from anyone”. Islamabad has vehemently denied involvement in militant attacks, and said there are no safe havens left for terror groups on its territory.JeM leader Masood Azhar remains in Pakistan, foreign minister Shah Mehmood Qureshi told CNN last week, adding that he was “very unwell” and could not leave his house.last_img read more

US Southern Command supports Costa Rican indigenous communities

first_imgA group of 16 doctors, nurses, dentists and other specialists from theU.S. Southern Command are taking part in a joint humanitarian mission at an indigenous region in the Caribbean province of Limón.The group arrived in Telire on Tuesday in four helicopters and joined 30 Costa Rican physicians to provide free medical care to indigenous people at Telire, a remote community in the Talamanca mountain range, near the country’s border with Panama.Telire residents will receive health care services from specialists in preventive medicine, dentistry, pediatrics, ophthalmology and gynecology.The group will remain in the area until Nov. 5 in a mission known as “Operation Pura Vida.”Public Security Minister Gustavo Mata Vega welcomed the group in the city of Limón on Monday and said that humanitarian missions like this one are fundamental to improve health and security conditions for indigenous people. Misión humanitaria llega a Costa Rica para colaborar en zonas indígenas del país. Esto gracias a nuestra solicitud y apoyo @usambassadorcr pic.twitter.com/At5GAaSg90— Gustavo Mata Vega (@gustavomatacr) October 31, 2016 Related posts:World Bank: Zika will cost Latin America $3.5 billion in 2016 No shirt, no shoes, no hospital visiting privileges, says Costa Rican Supreme Court  U.S. volunteer specialists perform spine surgeries on 11 Costa Rican children Costa Rica restricts import, sale of baby walkerscenter_img Growing effortThis is the fifth time that Costa Rica has received assistance from the Southern Command, which is responsible for all U.S. military activity in Latin America.  The aid program started in response to a request by the U.S. Embassy in San José.The Public Security Ministry (MSP) in a news release said that humanitarian missions at indigenous communities and other remote areas have taken place for decades.The project began when officers from MSP’s Air Surveillance Service and the Drug Control Police learned about medical needs at indigenous communities during operations usually related to drug trafficking.Officers of the National Police, Border Police and citizens in recent years have joined volunteer groups on these humanitarian missions, MSP noted. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Tom Thomson sketch discovered in Edmonton basement

first_imgTom Thomson sketch discovered in Edmonton basement sells for $481K at auction by The Canadian Press Posted May 30, 2018 7:19 pm PDT Last Updated May 30, 2018 at 8:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – A Tom Thomson painting that was given away as a gag gift just months ago fetched $481,250 on Wednesday night at the Heffel Fine Art Auction House semi-annual auction in Toronto.Until recently, “Sketch for Lake in Algonquin Park” was collecting dust among a pile of artworks in Glenna Gardiner’s Edmonton basement.The 71-year-old retired nurse said she used to laugh off her late father’s claims that the painting was created by Thomson, often considered the forefather to the Group of Seven.The work’s origins became a running joke between Gardiner and a longtime friend, who insisted it was authentic, leading Gardiner to present it as a gag gift.The two brought it to Heffel Fine Art Auction House for appraisal, where experts verified its pedigree and valued the sketch at between $125,000 and $175,000.The two friends will be taking a Mediterranean cruise with the profits, Heffel said in a release.Wednesday’s auction of 118 works — which raised a total of $14.1 million — included pieces by Paul-Emile Borduas, whose 1956 masterpiece “Figures schematiques” led the auction by fetching $3.6 million — an auction record for the artist.“Morning, Lake Superior” by Group of Seven founder Lawren Harris sold for $1.1 million — far above the pre-sale estimate of between $100,000 and $150,000. The small work is described as a preparatory sketch for a pivotal canvas by the artist, hanging in the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts.Other Group of Seven paintings offered in the auction included A.J. Casson’s “Farmhouse Near Wingle.” The canvas also sold well over the pre-sale estimate at $541,250 (est. $150,000 — $250,000).Other highlights include “Strawberry,” a large-scale canvas by Jack Bush, which set an artist record by selling for $691,250.Two works by Quebec-born Jean Paul Lemieux sold at above pre-sale estimates. “Le Cavalier dans la neige” sold for $841,250 and “Le temps retrouve – Kent House 1913” fetched $391,250.last_img read more

Tourists bag and valuables stolen

first_imgItems and cash worth thousands of euros were stolen from a tourist in a shop in Larnaca on Thursday afternoon.The Palestinian woman, who had travelled to Cyprus from Jordan, left her handbag outside the changing room while she was trying on clothes in the shop in central Larnaca at around 6pm.When she came out of the changing room the bag was gone.According to the woman the bag was worth €2,000. She reported it contained rings and two mobile phones worth €3,000, in addition to €1,600, $2,160 and some Jordanian dinars and Israeli shekel.The security camera footage of the shop will be checked and some items have been seized by police as evidence.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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