Making life safer for seniors is the theme of several senior abuse awareness activities being held across the province this month. “It is very important that families, friends and citizens in our communities are aware of the signs of senior abuse so it can be recognized and prevented,” said Denise Peterson-Rafuse, Minister of Seniors. The International Network for the Prevention of Elder Abuse reports that abuse of seniors is largely underestimated, not easily recognized and often goes unreported throughout the world. Senior abuse can be defined as physical, emotional, financial and sexual abuse, and neglect. Abuse can occur within relationships where there is an expectation of trust. Some of these relationships include family, intimate partners, adult children, grandchildren, friends, a care worker, or paid person who is providing services in an older adult’s home. “We hope that everyone will take the opportunity to learn more about this very concerning issue because many seniors are vulnerable to abuse,” said Ms. Peterson-Rafuse. “We all play a role in raising awareness and preventing senior abuse.” The Department of Seniors will co-host and sponsor seventeen events throughout the province. Many of the events will coincide with World Elder Abuse Awareness Day on June 15. Community-led events are also being held across the province. Some activities include presentations, speakers and displays. For information on all the events visit the department’s website at www.gov.ns.ca/seniors or call toll free 1-800-670-0065. Seniors and family or friends of seniors who need immediate assistance with an abuse situation should call local police. For information or referral call the toll-free confidential Senior Abuse Information and Referral Line at 1-877-833-3377. Under the Protection for Persons in Care Act, administrators, staff and volunteers of hospitals, licensed residential and long-term care facilities are required to report all allegations or instances of abuse through a toll free line, 1-800-225-7225.
Rabat – Moroccan Minister of Minister of Equipment, Transport and Logistics, Aziz Rebahh has arrived in Tichka, a village near Marrakesh in order to oversee the massive task of rehabilitation and reconstruction in the aftermath of the devastating floods that hit the region today.Unlike other ministers who used Facebook and other social media to show their sympathy with the flood-affected people, Aziz Rebbah decided to visit Tichka, one of many areas in the southern Morocco that was hit by floods during the past 48 hours.
WASHINGTON — The Federal Reserve is expected to end its latest policy meeting Wednesday by refining its new overarching message that it plans to be “patient” about any further interest rate hikes.The Fed is all but sure to keep its key short-term rate in a range of 2.25 per cent to 2.5 per cent, still low by historical standards. And most analysts think the policymakers will scale back their projection of rate hikes this year from two to one or perhaps even none.The central bank’s new theme of patience and flexibility reflects its calming response since the start of the year to slow economic growth at home and abroad, a nervous stock market and persistently mild inflation. The Fed executed an abrupt pivot when it met in January by signalling that it no longer expected to raise rates anytime soon.The shift toward a more hands-off Fed and away from a policy of steadily tightening credit has pleased investors and encouraged the view that the central bank is done raising rates for now and might even act this year to support rather than restrain the economy.Besides issuing a new policy statement Wednesday, the Fed will provide an updated economic outlook and Chairman Jerome Powell will hold a news conference. Powell is expected to note that while the U.S. economy is on firm footing, it faces risks from slowing growth and trade conflicts. Against that backdrop, the thinking goes, it would be unwise to keep raising rates.There is also anticipation that the Fed will specify when this year it expects to stop shrinking its huge portfolio of bonds, part of its balance sheet. Doing so would help keep a lid on loan rates.All of which suggests that the Fed may recognize that it went too far after it met in December. At that meeting, the Fed approved a fourth rate hike for 2018 and projected two additional rate increases in 2019. Powell also said he thought the balance sheet reduction would be on “automatic pilot.”That message spooked investors, who worried about the prospect of steadily higher borrowing rates for consumers and businesses and perhaps a further economic slowdown. The stock market had begun falling in early October and then accelerated after the Fed’s December meeting.President Donald Trump, injecting himself not for the first time into the Fed’s ostensibly independent deliberations, made clear he wasn’t happy, calling the December rate hike wrong-headed. Reports emerged that Trump was even contemplating trying to fire Powell, who had been his hand-picked choice to lead the Fed.But after the December turmoil, the Fed in January began sending a more comforting message. At an economic conference soon after New Year’s, Powell stressed that the Fed would be “flexible” and “patient” in raising rates — a word he and other policymakers have invoked repeatedly since — and “wouldn’t hesitate” to change course if necessary.Powell, appearing last week on CBS’s “60 Minutes,” denied that pressure from Trump had influenced the Fed’s policy shift. Private economists generally agree that a slowing economy and a sinking stock market, which eased Fed worries about any possible stock bubble, were more decisive factors.Economists expect the Fed’s updated forecasts to downgrade its estimate of growth in light of a slowdown in manufacturing and retail, sluggish housing and construction activity and global pressures, including an ongoing trade war.After sharply falling in December, stocks have rallied and recouped most of their late-year losses in trading since the start of 2019, a rebound credited larger to the Fed’s easier monetary stance.Some analysts say they think the Fed won’t raise rates at all this year if the outlook becomes as dim as they are forecasting.That view is supported by the CME Group, which tracks trading in futures contracts on the Fed’s benchmark rate. It says traders now put the probability of any Fed rate hike this year at zero and project a one-in-four chance that the Fed will actually cut rates by year’s end to help prevent a slowing economy from toppling into a recession.Martin Crutsinger, The Associated Press
The United Nations human rights chief today welcomed the approaching entry into force of a landmark new treaty to deter enforced disappearance after Iraq became the 20th State to ratify the convention, paving the way for it to become effective in the next 30 days. The International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance is designed to prevent enforced disappearance, punish those who perpetrate the practice and protect victims. Iraq ratified the Convention yesterday. “An important legal gap in international human rights legislation has been filled in the fight against enforced disappearance, one of the most serious and distressing crimes on the international stage,” said Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights. “This ground-breaking Convention provides a solid international framework to put an end to impunity and pursue justice, and as a result will hopefully have a significant deterrent effect. “It should provide the friends and relatives of victims a significant boost in their efforts to find out what happened to their loved ones. The pain of not knowing, sometimes for decades, whether someone is healthy or suffering, or even dead or alive, is excruciating – almost a form of torture in itself,” Ms. Pillay said. The Convention, which has 45 articles, outlaws enforced disappearance without exception. Article one states that: “No exceptional circumstances whatsoever, whether a state of war or a threat of war, internal political instability or any other public emergency, may be invoked as a justification for enforced disappearance.” Signatories to the Convention are prohibited from holding anyone in secret detention and are required to hold criminally responsible “any person who commits, orders, solicits or induces the commission of, attempts to commit, is an accomplice to or participates in an enforced disappearance.” The treaty also characterizes as a crime against humanity the widespread or systematic practice of enforced disappearance. It also obligates States to take steps to protect complainants, witnesses, relatives of disappeared individuals, their defence counsel and investigators. The Convention, adopted by the General Assembly on 20 December 2006, had to be ratified by 20 States before coming into force. In addition to the 20 States – Albania, Argentina, Bolivia, Burkina Faso, Chile, Cuba, Ecuador, France, Germany, Honduras, Iraq, Japan, Kazakhstan, Mali, Mexico, Nigeria, Paraguay, Senegal, Spain and Uruguay – a further 70 States have taken the preliminary step of signing it, an expression of their intention to ratify it at some point in the future. The implementation of the Convention will be monitored and assessed by a committee made up of 10 independent and impartial experts with recognized competence in the field of human rights who will serve in their individual capacity. 24 November 2010The United Nations human rights chief today welcomed the approaching entry into force of a landmark new treaty to deter enforced disappearance after Iraq became the 20th State to ratify the convention, paving the way for it to become effective in the next 30 days.
It has a crew of nearly 500 and is currently on a scheduled deployment in the U.S. 5th Fleet and 7th Fleet area of operations to conduct maintenance and support for U.S. Navy submarines and surface vessels. This is the third U.S. Navy ship to visit Sri Lanka in 2016, following visits by the USS Blue Ridge and USS New Orleans. (Colombo Gazette) The USS Frank Cable (AS-40) will arrive in Sri Lanka for a routine refueling and port visit tomorrow (August 29), the US Embassy in Colombo said.. During the visit, sailors from the ship will enjoy shore leave and volunteer at an animal shelter.USS Frank Cable is a submarine tender vessel stationed in Guam to support U.S. military forces and provide rescue and recovery assistance in the Indo-Asia-Pacific region.
At the same time, the TGTE believes that due to the rigid Sinhala Buddhist ethnocratic nature of the Sri Lankan State, only through independence can Tamils live peacefully and with dignity in the island of Sri Lanka. Mass killings of Tamils in 1958, 1977, 1983 and 2009 in Mullivaikkal, and the latest reports of rape camps of Tamil women run by the Sri Lankan military, are a testament to this belief and conviction. TGTE pointed out that several protracted and violent conflicts around the world were successfully solved through holding referendums. Adrianus (Ad) Melkert, former UN Under-Secretary-General and Dutch cabinet minister is joining an event to launch a campaign calling for a referendum for Tamils in Sri Lanka. This event titled “Yes to Referendum” is to be held in Canada today (April 15th).This launch will be followed by several activities around the world, highlighting the importance of holding a Referendum to decide Tamils’ political destiny – thus finding a permanent solution to the protracted Tamil conflict in the island. The event organised by the Transnational Government of Tamil Eelam (TGTE) said that outcome of the referendum will be accepted.
← Previous Story Dutch girls smash Montenegro to win the trophy Next Story → Ulstein Cup: Spain beat Norway Handball in Rio 2016rio 2016 handball In the first of two friendly matches in Doha, Qatar beat Poland 24:20 (10:9). Both teams preparing for the upcoming Olympic tournament in Rio. The second match will be played on Sunday evenning.Polish NT head-coach Talant Dujshebaev called 16 players for this action.Men’s Olympic tournament:GROUP A: France, Denmark, Croatia, Tunisia, Qatar, ArgentinaGROUP B: Poland, Slovenia, Sweden, Brazil, Germany, Egypt
← Previous Story Paraguay gets bronze and a ticket for Germany 2017 Next Story → HAT-TRICK: Sander Sagosen is SportHero Young World Player 2016/2017 There is a big possibility that handball community get one more big sports name in the near future! The Russian media write about idea that sports family of Zenit from Sankt Petersburg becomes richer for two members – handball and futsal club!– We have proposals for this two sports, but it is too early to say that deal is done – said Gazprom representative Sergei Kupriyanov.With Gazprom sponsorship, Zenith Football Club became world-known team, while Basketball club, formed new years ago, is a part of the TOP 3 of domestic basketball with good results on international stage.Gazprom is general sponsor of SEHA GAZPROM League, the strongest handball regional competition in Europe.
WORLD#NAZIS: Nearly 1,500 paintings stolen by the Nazis, including works by Picasso and Matisse, have been discovered in a Munich flat, according to reports in Germany.#LOS ANGELES: The gunman who allegedly killed a security officer at LAX on Friday was charged and allegedly planned to kill ‘multiple’ agents.#PAKISTAN: The Taliban in Pakistan named an interim leader.#NAZIS: eBay apologised for allowing Holocaust memorabilia to be listed on its website.INNOVATIONHow does a parent keep an eye on their young child if they wander off in the supermarket or on the playground. Rather than get them a phone, new technology such as voice watches and sensor devices help keep the young ‘uns close-by. [New York Times]One wouldn’t have thought that North Korea’s version of he iPad would be particularly good but Rudiger Frank got more than he expected when he bought a Samjiyon SA-70. Catchy name, huh? [Quartz]An app which pays you every time your phone rings? Too good to be true, right? Maybe not.PARTING SHOTThere was a partial solar eclipse visible in parts of America, Africa and Europe today but no sign of it here in Ireland. You should still check out some of the amazing pictures and video here.Here’s What Happened Yesterday> NEED TO CATCH up? TheJournal.ie brings you a roundup of today’s news.A woman watches waves crashing and seagulls soaring over the sea wall of Newhaven Harbour from West Beach in England. Pic: Chris Ison/PAIRISHA murder investigation was launched in Meath after the remains of Christopher Gaffney were recovered yesterday.Two men were injured in an early morning shooting in Ballymun, north Dublin.Government ministers admitted some confusion around the property tax but insisted no one need pay this year.A young Irish man died suddenly in Las Vegas.A woman was hospitalised after a hit-and-run in Cork.The Constitutional Convention decided that the offence of blasphemy should be replaced in the Constitution.Enda Kenny is being “seriously talked about” for a top EU job.Ireland’s Digital Champion told us that the unemployment figures are unacceptable.John Murray is returning to his regular slot on RTÉ Radio 1 tomorrow.Sligo Rovers triumphed over Drogheda United in a dramatic FAI Cup Final.
For a long time, there were certain performance attributes that were relegated to desktops only, leaving laptops at a disadvantage in one fashion or another. Then, in the mid-2000s, hardware development switched tracks from a “bigger is better” desktop-centric focus to one of power optimization from the ground up.Intel’s “Dothan” Pentium M processors were the first chips truly designed for a mobile focus and this eventually spilled over to GPU’s too. The result is that we now have multi-core, multi-GPU laptops that give up nothing to their desktop components. Sure, you can eek some more gigahertz out of a setup that has no heat or power constraints, but the vast majority if users won’t actually be missing anything.At first, these technologies were relegated to huge notebook chassis’ designs that were more like a server rack than a portable computer. As technologies mature and adoption increases, we have systems like the Alienware M18x that are actually portable and don’t cost more than a 10 year old car..While a $2,000+ laptop is still expensive by most people’s standards, and rightly so, the deal we have on the M18x is downright smoking hot. As implied by the name, the M18x is a no-holds barred 18.4-inch notebook that packs every bit of powerful technology you could ever want.Let’s see if we can get all of the options out in one breath: 1080p screen, dual hard drives with RAID option, SSDs, dual graphics cards, slot-loading optical drive, dual HDMI video outputs, integrated subwoofer, USB 3.0, and of course there’s more.While the M18x has yet to be refreshed with the latest “Ivy Bridge” processors, you still have more than enough performance, especially at this price. For a limited time, you can get a $500 coupon on an M18x with dual Radeon HD 6990M 2GB GPUs or get $600 off one with dual NVIDIA GeForce GTX 580M 2GB GPUs.This brings the starting price down to just $2,118 for the Radeon system and $2,418 for the NVIDIA SLI model. Both models come very well equipped with quad-core Core i7 CPUs, 1080p screens, 4GB RAM, 750GB hard drive, and more. They are also fully customizable to meet your needs.Visit LogicBuy for the dual Radeon HD M18x 0r the SLI M18x
March 2, 2018 Chula Vista gives green light to legal cannabis businesses 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsCHULA VISTA (KUSI) — In the City of Chula Vista, with a population of 280,000, there are no fewer than 13 illegal marijuana dispensaries.As we documented in a KUSI Special Report last fall, the city has waged an ongoing battle with these illegal operators, but the adoption of a new ordinance that would create a legal marketplace for marijuana sales could drive these black market outfits out of business.The ordinance was approved by the Chula Vista City Council earlier this week. KUSI’s Sasha Foo takes a closer look at the city’s new measure. Updated: 11:54 AM Sasha Foo, Posted: March 2, 2018 Sasha Foo Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
The American Soybean Association (ASA) welcomes the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) announcement to continue the Asian Soybean Rust Pest Information Platform for Education and Extension (PIPE). ASA has been working with USDA and Congress to secure federal funding for PIPE because the system helps protect the U.S. soybean crop valued at more than $30 billion and saves soybean producers millions of dollars annually.”ASA is pleased that USDA will be providing over $750,000 in funding for the soybean rust sentinel plot and diagnostic network in FY09,” said ASA Chairman John Hoffman, a soybean producer from Waterloo, Iowa. “These USDA funds will be leveraged with approximately $500,000 in federal and state checkoff investments and available state funding to maintain a scaled-down soybean rust sentinel plot and diagnostic network.”As a result of ASA’s successful advocacy efforts, PIPE has been funded with more than $2 million of federal money for each of the last four years. PIPE is a coordinated framework that has been highly effective in helping growers make informed decisions about fungicide application. The system includes a surveillance and monitoring network, a Web-based information management system, criteria for deciding when to apply fungicides, predictive modeling, and outreach. The development of the web-based tracking and early-warning system has greatly enhanced the ability of farmers to manage risk and avoid unnecessary fungicide applications.”While ASA is pleased that USDA will be providing this funding to allow for a continuation of the sentinel plot system and diagnostic network in 2009, ASA believes that an increased funding amount should be made part of USDA’s regular budget for FY2010 and subsequent years,” Hoffman said. “The threat and reality of soybean rust is not going to go away, so we need a long-term funding pipeline for this important program.”ASA strongly supported the President’s budget request last fall for $2.3 million for soybean rust monitoring and control, and contacted Congressional appropriations leaders for funding support. ASA efforts included organization of a coalition of more than 50 diverse stakeholders that urged Congress to provide funding for PIPE.”Approval of these 2009 funds follows ASA efforts to secure continued USDA funding for the system after Congress failed to complete and pass an agriculture appropriations bill in the last Congress,” Hoffman said. “For 2010 and beyond, ASA is urging USDA to increase and make permanent funding for this program.”Soybean rust was first discovered in the U.S. in 2005, and has spread each year to key soybean producing regions. USDA’s Economic Research Service has found that rust management due to PIPE saved farmers an estimated $299 million in 2005. Surveys conducted by land grant universities estimate a $299 million savings in 2006 and another $209 million in 2007. PIPE is administered by the Cooperative State Research, Education, and Extension Service (CSREES).”ASA’s joint efforts with USDA in preparing for and now monitoring the advancement of soybean rust have been highly effective,” Hoffman said. “ASA commends the Department for its early recognition of the dangers posed by soybean rust and for the many agencies that have reached out to growers to work together in fighting it.”For more information about PIPE, go to www.sbrusa.net to view the national system of real-time soybean rust monitoring and forecasting that is in place to help growers with prevention management decisions.
On the farm, the CEO is generally referred to as “Mom.” Celebrate her year by nominating her for the America’s Farmers Mom of the Year Contest from now through and March 29, and she could win up to $10,000. Whether she’s your wife, sister, daughter, friend, neighbor, or even you, if she has a passion for farm, family, community and agriculture, submit a nomination for Farm Mom of the Year.Click here to learn more. Click here to nominate a mom!
Could a smaller Walmart grocery store be coming soon to the corner of Fourth Plain and Grand boulevards in Vancouver?The evidence suggests it’s a good possibility, based on plans submitted to the city to build a 42,000-square-foot grocery store to replace the vacant Fred Meyer at Fourth Plain and Grand. The applicant, Seattle-based PacLand, is the same developer that is now transforming an empty Washington County, Ore., Ashley Furniture store into a smaller Walmart. A spokesman for Bentonville, Ark.-based Wal-Mart Stores Inc. said in an email that the company does not have any announcements to make about new Clark County developments. He did not answer questions about whether the company had plans for the Vancouver site, which is in an area ripe for grocery store development.While east Vancouver shoppers have abundant grocery store choices, including newcomer New Seasons Market set to move in next month, Vancouver’s central Fourth Plain corridor residents face grocery deserts. Activists have tried for years to lure new stores.“Is there a pent-up demand for a grocery store serving that sub-market? Absolutely yes,” said Eric Fuller, a commercial real estate broker with Eric Fuller and Associates Inc. in Vancouver.PacLand proposes to build a 42,000-square-foot grocery store on the former Fred Meyer site after it demolishes the 83,000-square-foot building, vacant for nearly five years. The northwest corner of the site would be set aside for a possible future business.
Some weather geeks enjoyed the New Year’s Day at Crown Point, Ore., in the Columbia River Gorge, enduring the east winds that were gusting at about 100 mph. High pressure east of the Cascade Mountains and a deep low in the Pacific Ocean combined for this short-lived event.It’s amazing how the winds can be so strong in the Gorge and east Clark County, and just plain dead-calm at my home in the Salmon Creek area. I knew there was reason why I live on the westside of town.On Monday, we got brushed with another weather front which brought very little rainfall but warmed the temperatures from the 30s into the mid-50s. Don’t expect much change in the overall pattern in days to come, as we get nicked by a few weather systems this week, and the bulk of the rain falls just to our north. Freezing levels remain high, although later in the week, they fall enough for a brief shot of snow in the ski areas.The forecast for lower elevations is a few bouts of light rain, some clouds, a few sun breaks, probably a dry weekend heading our way and fairly mild temperatures for January. We are still looking at a possible change in the weather in a week to 10 days. Other than that, there’s nothing really to write home about.The December rainfall totals are coming in from your friends and neighbors, and are what many are calling very dry. The bulk of the precipitation came in last week of December. If the other three weeks would have been like that, it would have been one wet month!
Comments Digital Media How to use Android Instant Tethering Privacy Google Google Android TV 1:26 News • Google reenables Android TV casting from Google Home, but not for everyone Share your voice Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Google has temporarily disabled Google Photo sharing to Android TVs while it investigates a privacy bug.The issue, discovered by Twitter user Prashanth, let hundreds of users’ accounts be visible to other users, Android Police reported on Monday. On Tuesday Google confirmed it had shut down the feature while it looked into the problem. “We take our users’ privacy extremely seriously,” a Google spokesperson said in an email. “While we investigate this bug, we have disabled the ability to remotely cast via the Google Assistant or view photos from Google Photos on Android TV devices.”Prashanth said he tried to access linked accounts on his Vu Android TV through the Google Home app. Another Twitter user, Aarjith Nandakumar, replicated the problem for the iFFalcon Android TV. Vu and iFFalcon weren’t immediately available for comment.When Prashanth contacted Google Support on Twitter, he was told to contact the TV manufacturer.Until the bug is fixed, you won’t be able to set a Google Photo album as your screensaver or view pictures with Google Assistant on your smart TV. Preview • Android TV: Voice search, gaming, and a simplified interface Now playing: Watch this: 2 Tags
Chittoor: Municipal Commissioner C Obulesh said that it will be possible to make Chittoor city plastic-free with the cooperation of people and the businessmen. In order to put an end permanently for the usage of plastic , it is the need of the hour to use jute and paper bags as an alternative means, he stated. The Commissioner made surprise raids on several provision shops, vegetable market, fish market , and other commercial establishments where plastic bags and covers are used in a big way. He said that the state government is very particular for eradicating plastic usage. Also Read – Telugu Day fete held at DPS Advertise With Us Speaking to the vendors at the vegetable market, Commissioner reiterated that Chittoor Municipal Corporation will encourage manufacturing of jute and paper bags. “A number of NGOs have already come forward to take part in the movement. It is a global need to save the nature from pollution. Plastic is one of the worst material to damage the natural environment. There are many alternatives for plastic goods,” he added. The Commissioner has complimented certain vegetable shop owners for avoiding plastic covers. Also Read – Second batch of banking course begins Advertise With Us He appealed to the public of the city to cooperate in this regard and prevent plastic usage in any form. He assured that needful facilities will be provided to the vegetables markets like drainage and toilets. Anil, Environmental Engineer, Jagan, Sanitory Inspector, Gangadhar , Infrastructure specialist and others were present .
The Union of Cypriot Farmers (Eka) on Thursday urged Trade and Commerce Minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis to order lab tests on halloumi cheese samples, as some producers are suspected of using too much cows’ milk or milk powder, flouting a 2014 decree on the milk ratio in the product.In a letter, Eka head Panikos Chambas, asked the minister to order intensive checks to confirm whether the decree that stipulates that that the ratio of goat and sheep milk, or a combination of both, needs to be greater than the amount of cow’s milk in halloumi is being respected.The decree calls for an increase in the quantity of sheep and goat milk in halloumi from 20 per cent to 50 per cent.The move is aimed at eventually encouraging the increase in production levels of sheep and goat milk in line with an application Cyprus has filed to the European Commission to register halloumi cheese as Protected Designation of Origin (PDO).Several cheesemakers are not happy about this provision in the application as cow milk is cheaper and more easily available.Chambas said in his letter that some cheesemakers have recently not been purchasing sheep and goat milk, and as a result there is surplus of this milk.“Furthermore, some industries, are probably using milk powder in the production of halloumi,” the letter said.The union urged Lakkotrypis to order lab tests on halloumi cheese samples to discover whether this is true.In the past, cheesemakers who were found to be non-compliant with the decree have been fined.The PDO application is still pending. Former agriculture minister Nicos Kouyilais had said last November that all that remains to be done to finalise the approval is to amend the green line regulations so that Turkish Cypriots can market the halloumi they produce. The two sides disagree over how this should be done.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 ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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