LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Avril Lavigne’s new album would have been a much tougher thing to piece together if not for her ex-husband Chad Kroeger.The Canadian singer opened up to Stellar magazine about her rocky road back to the top. Lavigne’s battle with Lyme Disease put her career on the backburner and she thought her future as a musician may never again be realized.“There was a time when my health was totally taken away from me, but now to be back — to make a whole entire record and shoot music videos and do photo shoots and start performing again — that makes me really happy,” she said. “I can’t believe how much I missed that. It’s who I am. When I went down, I thought, ‘Well, I guess I’m not going to work anymore, this is over.’” Twitter Login/Register With: Advertisement Facebook Advertisement By SHAKIEL MAHJOURI | ET CANADA Advertisement Lavigne, 34, released lead single “Head Above Water” on Sept. 19 from her forthcoming album of the same name. The song and album making process may have been very different if not for the Nickelback frontman.“I remember there was a point where Chad [Kroeger] was recording my vocals and he had to pull me aside because I was going to cry,” Lavigne recalled. “Whenever you cry in the studio, it is never a good thing for the vocal cords; they tighten up and it can completely change the tone.”“He was like “No, no, no, don’t cry!” I stepped away from the mic, went to the bathroom, sat down on the floor and cleared my head,” she continued. “That might be why you can feel the emotion in the track.”Just because they are exes does not mean Lavigne and Kroger do not have an important relationship: “Chad and I are really good friends. We have remained close and he supports me to this day. So it was really special to have him there and helping me.”Head Above Water is scheduled to be released in February 2019 through BMG Record. Avril Lavigne and Chad Kroeger (Getty Image)
7 May 2010The President of the General Assembly Ali Treki today concluded a three-nation visit to Asia after holding talks with the Pakistani leadership, including the President and the Prime Minister, that focused on issues related to global peace and development. At a ceremony in Islamabad, President Asif Ali Zardari conferred on Dr. Treki the Hilal-e-Pakistan award in recognition of his contribution for promoting peace, harmony and cooperation.Dr. Treki was yesterday received by Pakistan’s Prime Minister Syed Yousaf Raza Gilani. The two leaders discussed a wide range of issues on the UN agenda, including peace and security, development, UN reform and several other regional and international issues.They said that multilateralism and the role of the UN are central to collective efforts to address global challenges.Dr. Treki invited Mr. Gilani to attend the General Assembly’s high level plenary in September. The session is expected to review progress towards the achievement of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs), the eight poverty alleviation and human development goals that States have committed to make efforts to attain by 2015.The General Assembly President thanked Pakistan for its support to the UN, expressing gratitude for the country’s regular contribution of troops to UN peacekeeping missions.Dr. Treki also had talks with Pakistan’s Foreign Minister Makhdoom Shah Mahmood Qureshi with both leaders emphasizing the urgency of a just and lasting settlement of the Israeli-Palestinian conflict. They also discussed the situations in Iraq and Afghanistan and exchanged views on disarmament and climate change.He also briefed the Speaker of the Pakistani parliament Fehmida Mirza on efforts to promote the development agenda at the UN and to revitalize and strengthen the role of the General Assembly.Earlier on his mission to Asia, Dr. Treki visited China and India.
The document will address the treatment of detainees as well as the military-security situation, including acts of terrorism, the UN Office of the High Commissioner for Human Rights announced today.The report will also deal with protection of civilians, displacement, the situation of women and children, freedom of religion or belief, other core rights, oversight and accountability and human rights institutions.The Acting UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Bertrand Ramcharan, has requested information for the inquiry from L. Paul Bremer, the US Administrator in Iraq, members of the Iraqi Governing Council, and the Foreign Ministers of countries participating in the coalition. He has also contacted concerned international and non-governmental organizations (NGOs).The team working on the report, which will cover the period from April 2003 to May 2004, plans to visit Amman, Jordan; Beirut and other capitals neighbouring Iraq to conduct interviews on the matter. Should circumstances permit, “the Acting High Commissioner and members of his team would be ready to visit Baghdad for consultations with coalition and Iraqi leaders,” the UN rights office said in a statement released in Geneva.Speaking to reporters there yesterday, UN spokesman José Luis Díaz said long-time human rights expert Jakob Moller would be involved in preparing the report, which will also be released to the press.
FOR THE SECOND time in three years, a Thai couple has set a new record for the longest kiss, locking their lips for 58 hours, 35 minutes and 58 seconds in a Valentine’s Day “kissathon.”Ekkachai and Laksana Tiranarat from Bangkok emerged victorious Thursday in what organizers said was the longest recorded smooch in history. The milestone must still be verified by officials from Guinness World Records.The pair, who also won the annual contest in 2011, received a 100,000 baht (€2,500) cash prize and two diamond rings.The event began Tuesday with nine couples. The contestants were not allowed to sit, rest or sleep. They also had to go to the bathroom together with their lips locked.Last year’s record, set by two Thai men, was about 50½ hours.This ITN video gives a flavour of the occasion:YouTube/itnnewsAttention girls, everywhere. We’ve been doing it wrong>13 messages you don’t want on your Love Hearts>
Création du premier poulet OGM qui résiste à la grippe Des scientifiques britanniques sont parvenus à créer le premier poulet génétiquement modifié capable de résister à la grippe aviaire. Cette technique pourrait éventuellement être utilisée pour éviter la propagation d’autres maladies.Le journal Science publie une étude réalisée par une équipe anglaise qui est parvenue à démontrer qu’il était possible de créer des animaux de ferme génétiquement modifiés pour résister aux maladies virales. La recherche a porté sur des poules. Dans leurs cellules ont été injectés des gènes comportant une infime partie du virus de la grippe aviaire.À lire aussiL’œuf ou la poule, qui est venu en premier ? Les deux, répond la physique quantiqueLes poules en question, quoique malades, ont rendu le virus inoffensif pour les autres volatiles. Pour les scientifiques, les modifications génétiques ne devraient poser aucun problème tant pour les poules que pour les consommateurs de celles-ci. Les virus ne devraient pas plus être dangereux pour les humains.Les chercheurs de l’Université d’Edimbourg estiment que ces OGM sont plus intéressants que la vaccination pour se protéger des maladies puisque la modification génétique reste effective même lorsque le virus mute. En principe, la technique devrait être reproductible sur n’importe quel animal de ferme et concernant n’importe quelle maladie.Autre objectif pour les chercheurs : réduire les coûts de production et augmenter la production de viande d’abattage. Pour justifier cela, ils s’abritent derrière d’autres considérations : “Il y aura bientôt un véritable problème pour nourrir les habitants de la planète au fur et à mesure que la population augmente”. Le 14 janvier 2011 à 18:01 • Emmanuel Perrin
When is a food allergy not a food allergy? When reported symptoms are inconsistent with real life-threatening reactions.While more 10 percent of adults in the US are estimated to have a potentially life-threatening food allergy, nearly twice as many simply mistake intolerance or “other food-related conditions” for allergies, according to researchers.For instance, if I eat melon (cantaloupe, honeydew, even watermelon), there’s a pretty good chance my throat will swell to deadly proportions. Whereas if I ingest nutmeg, I will be relegated to the bathroom with intense stomach pains and loose bowels.One is an allergy, the other a very unpleasant intolerance.“It is important to see a physician for appropriate testing and diagnosis before completely eliminating foods from the diet,” lead study author Ruchi Gupta, from Anne & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of Chicago and Northwestern University, said in a statement.“If food allergy is confirmed, understanding the management is also critical,” she continued, “including recognizing symptoms of anaphylaxis and how and when to use epinephrine.”In a national survey of more than 40,000 adults, only half of those participants with a “convincing” food allergy (Lurie Children’s Hospital’s word, not mine) had a physician-confirmed diagnosis. Fewer than 25 percent reported a current epinephrine prescription.If you down a handful of peanuts and moments later experience hives, wheezing, nausea, and lightheadedness, it’s hard to argue with the fact that you’re allergic—even without an official doctor’s note.But bloating and skin rashes a few hours after eating certain food, though undesirable, do not necessarily equal hypersensitivity.Perhaps most curious, though, is the researchers’ discovery that nearly half of food-allergic adults developed at least one of their damaging immune responses later in life.“We were surprised to find that adult-onset food allergies were so common,” Gupta said. “More research is needed to understand why this is occurring and how we might prevent it.”Study data indicate the most prevalent food allergens among U.S. adults are shellfish (affecting 7.2 million people), milk (4.7 million), peanut (4.5 million), tree nut (3 million), fin fish (2.2 million), egg (2 million), wheat (2 million), soy (1.5 million), and sesame (0.5 million).The full study was published in JAMA Network Open.More on Geek.com:Nima’s Portable Peanut Sensor Could Save Your Life‘World’s First Digital Dining Plate’ Is a Feast for the EyesFirst Lab-Grown Steak Gives Foodies a Taste of the Future Stay on target Nima’s Portable Peanut Sensor Could Save Your LifeSiliconSky design GPS-enabled asthma inhaler
Fire officials announced they have completed the first phase of the Thunderbird Hotel fire investigation but stressed that much work still remains and that no cause has been determined.The first phase involved processing fire damage at the hotel, which was destroyed in a spectacular 5-alarm blaze on Sept. 2. It is being investigated by Portland Fire & Rescue and the federal ATF National Response Team.In a press release issued late Saturday, officials said that personnel and heavy equipment and fire apparatus will be no longer at the scene, but they stressed the investigation “will continue for as long as it takes to identify and follow up on all pieces of information that are related to this fire.”
Pneumonia from Movi can develop as the result of multiple stressors including poor nutritional condition and/or environmental factors such as extreme weather, or high population density. Dale: “We are not aware of any pneumonia outbreaks or die-offs in Dall’s sheep or mountain goats related to this bacterium.” Division of Wildlife Conservation Director Bruce Dale: “Our initial research has confirmed Movi in a small number of Dall’s sheep and mountain goats in relatively isolated areas of the state,” adding that Alaska’s Dall’s sheep and mountain goat populations overall are healthy. The mountain goats were live captured and released in Southeast and on the Kenai Peninsula and showed no sign of illness; only samples from goats on the Kenai tested positive. Story as aired: Audio PlayerJennifer-on-sheep-.mp3VmJennifer-on-sheep-.mp300:00RPd Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享A strain of bacteria known to cause pneumonia in Lower 48 bighorn sheep has been detected for thefirst time in Alaska Dall’s sheep and mountain goats, according to the Alaska Department of Fish and Game. Mycoplasma ovipneumoniae (Movi, for short), described as a respiratory bacteria that can cause disease in susceptible hosts, was recently confirmed in four Dall’s sheep within a sample of 136 and in two of 39 mountain goats. Movi is sometimes found in domestic sheep, goats, and wild sheep and goats in the Lower 48, among other hoofed animals. It has been identified as a pathogen in Lower 48 bighorn sheep pneumonia outbreaks that have resulted in significant die-offs. The Dall’s sheep testing positive for Movi were all in Game Management Unit 13A; all were taken by hunters and appeared healthy. The department plans to continue surveillance for Mycoplasma bacteria, including Movi research in Dall’s sheep, mountain goats, and other Alaska wildlife in collaboration with the USDA Animal Disease Research Unit and the Washington Animal Disease Diagnostic Laboratory in Pullman, Washington.
2:42 Share your voice Comments The FCC said that the new regulations are part of a multipronged approach to battle “the noxious intrusion of illegal robocalls, as well as malicious caller ID spoofing.” In June, the FCC voted unanimously on a proposal to give mobile phone companies greater power to “aggressively block” unwanted robocalls. Thursday’s votes extends the Truth in Caller ID Act to text messages or international calls as intended under the passage of Ray Baum’s Act last year. The FCC says this law gives the agency authority to broaden bans on illegal spoofing to text messages, calls originating outside the US and calls using voice over IP. The Truth in Caller ID Act, passed in 2009, already prohibits misleading or inaccurate caller ID “spoofing” with the intent to defraud for domestic callers, the agency said. But until now the FCC”s rules didn’t apply to text messages or international calls. Now they do.”Whether it’s neighborhood spoofing, which makes it look like an incoming call is from a local number, or spoofing the number of a company or government agency that consumers know and trust, scammers continue to hide behind spoofed numbers to deceive and defraud American consumers out of money and personal information,” FCC Chairman Ajit Pai said in a statement. “Today, we rely on new authority provided by Congress in Ray Baum’s Act to update our rules to cover these additional forms of spoofing.” How to stop robocalls The Federal Communications Commission voted Thursday on new rules to go after illegal robocallers based overseas. But it’s unlikely to be the final death knell for the scourge of robocalls. Instead it’s yet another tool in the toolbox to deter the onslaught of calls, the agency said.The FCC says it received more than 35,000 consumer complaints about caller ID spoofing in the first half of this year alone. And it doesn’t look like things are letting up anytime soon.The new rules won’t stop anyone from making these illegal calls. Instead, they’re meant to expand the FCC’s authority to go after bad actors. Specifically, the new rules are aimed at closing loopholes in the regulations that prevented the agency from going after offenders based outside the US or scammers who text messages to defraud people. Tags 2 Mobile Samsung, LG, Motorola: How soon can we expect 5G phones? 13 Photos Now playing: Watch this: FCC
The state says a lawsuit challenging the mechanism that allowed two Alaska gubernatorial candidates to merge their campaigns would derail the November election and potentially disenfranchise voters if it succeeds.Download Audio:The state’s position is detailed in court documents filed this week ahead of oral arguments set for Friday in the lawsuit against Lt. Gov. Mead Treadwell and elections director Gail Fenumiai.The lawsuit filed last week by an Alaska Republican Party district chair, Steve Strait, challenges an emergency ruling that allowed Democratic gubernatorial nominee Byron Mallott to join campaigns with independent gubernatorial candidate bill Walker and run as Walker’s lieutenant governor.Strait maintains that Treadwell erred in his Sept. 2 decision.The combined ticket is seen as a stronger challenge to Republican incumbent Gov. Sean Parnell than a three-way race.
Karen Crane, who received 40 percent of the vote, was on the Juneau Assembly until she resigned earlier this year to run for mayor.“Well, we ran a good campaign,” Crane said. “I want to thank all my volunteers. I had a great team working with me. We had a very positive campaign – we stayed positive throughout. Lot of effort went into this. And I really appreciate all the help and support I’ve had, um, over the entire campaign.”As of election night, election officials reported 1,520 absentee ballots that are expected to be counted by Friday.The election resolves a months-long game of musical chairs on the assembly. Assembly member Mary Becker had been serving as mayor since Mayor Greg Fisk’s death in November. She will return to her regular assembly seat.That puts out Barbara Sheinberg, who was appointed to temporarily fill Mary Becker’s seat pending this election.In Juneau’s form of government, the mayor is a largely ceremonial position. In assembly business, the mayor’s vote carries that same weight as the other eight members. Municipal employees answer to the city manager, who answers to the assembly.The mayor earns $2,500 a month. The term ends in October 2018. Ken Koelsch will be Juneau’s new mayor.Download AudioKen Koelsch addresses his supporters on election night at City Hall, March 15, 2015. (Photo by Jeremy Hsieh, KTOO – Juneau)Unofficial results from Tuesday’s special election show Juneau voters backed Koelsch with 59 percent of the vote. Koelsch read from a prepared statement before addressing his supporters:“Thank you, Juneau, for your confidence, your turnout, caring about our future. A learning experience to run for mayor. Thank you to my wife, our family, and all the contributors and volunteers who feel like family. Thank you to Karen Crane and her supporters. This has been a good race with people involved on both sides because they care deeply about Juneau. I feel positive about our future. My goal is to unite us as a community. I will work hard for you with honor and with integrity. We have our work cut out for us, so let’s unite.”Koelsch is expected to be sworn in on April 4, after election results are certified.
Kolkata: A Bengali actor was allegedly assaulted by the driver of an app-based cab on EM Bypass, police said on Thursday. Swastika Dutta, a popular name in Bengali serials, said in a Facebook post on Wednesday that the driver cancelled the ride midway and misbehaved with her, when she refused to get down from the vehicle. The incident took place in front of a restaurant near VIP Bazar area around 8.30 am, she said. Police arrested the man on Wednesday on the basis of a complaint lodged by Dutta at Tiljala police station. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata “The complainant has alleged that the driver misbehaved with her and tried to outrage her modesty,” a senior police officer said. In her post, Dutta claimed that after cancelling the trip, the driver took the car to his locality and abused her. “This guy… after picking me up from my location suddenly in the middle of the road cancelled the trip and asked me to get down from the car. When I refused, he suddenly turned the car to an opposite direction and took me to his locality and started abusing me. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in state “He got down from the car, opened the door and literally pulled me out… when I lost my temper and started asking for help, he threatened me and called other boys,” she wrote in the Facebook post. Further investigation is underway, police said. Last month, former Miss India Universe Ushoshi Sengupta had complained of being harassed, while she was returning home from work in an app-based cab in the city. A few days later, an international woman boxer was allegedly verbally abused and physically assaulted by a man when she was going to office in a two-wheeler.
Easily make a Windows bootable USB from within Linux Mint with WoeUSB by Mike Turcotte-McCusker on May 25, 2018 in Linux – Last Update: May 26, 2018 – 14 commentsWoeUSB is an application for GNU/Linux that enables you to create bootable USB media for Windows from Windows ISO images or DVDs.So, there’s many different tools out there for all operating systems, for making USB’s of other systems. However, when it comes to making USB’s of Windows, from within a Linux system, I find that WoeUSB tends to be my go-to, it’s quick, painless, and worked without issues in the past.The github site describes WoeUSB as, “…a simple tool that enable you to create your own usb stick windows installer from an iso image or a real DVD. It is a fork of Congelli501’s WinUSB.”WoeUSBIt goes on to continue:This package contains two programs:woeusb: A command-line utility that enables you to create your own bootable Windows installation USB storage device from an existing Windows Installation disc or disk imagewoeusbgui: A GUI wrapper of woeusb based on WxWidgetsSupported images: Windows Vista, Windows 7, Window 8.x, Windows 10. All languages and any version (home, pro…) and Windows PE are supported.Supported bootmodes: Legacy/MBR-style/IBM PC compatible bootmode. Native UEFI booting is supported for Windows 7 and later images (limited to the FAT filesystem as the target)This project is a fork of Congelli501’s WinUSB software, which has not been maintained since 2012, according to the official website.”Installation of WoeUSB in Linux Mint or any Ubuntu based system is incredibly simple:sudo add-apt-repository ppa:nilarimogard/webupd8sudo apt updatesudo apt install woeusbWoeUSB is also available for Arch, Fedora, and Source, and more instructions can be found on the Github page. Essentially, most of the major systems can install without much of a hassle.Using WoeUSBAgain, WoeUSB can’t really get much more simple. Select the ISO or CD/DVD image being used, select the target device from the list shown (your USB stick should automatically show up here), and let WoeUSB do its thing.I found transferring to my no name 8GB USB stick took around 3-4 minutes to fire Windows 10 onto. You can then boot Windows from the USB Flash drive to install the operating system on a machine or upgrade an existing installation.Last thoughtsUltimately its a no-frills piece of software that doesn’t do anything fancy, but you don’t really need it to either. It simply works, I’ve never had an issue of any kind, and its the first thing I think of to recommend people in need of making a USB of Windows from within their GNU/Linux system.Now Read:A comparison of GPT and MBR partition structuresAutoBootDisk: copy Linux distributions to bootable USB drivesCreate bootable USB drives with RufusHow to fix broken USB install damaging your Linux dual bootThe simplest way to make a LiveUSB from within GNU/LinuxSummaryArticle NameEasily make a Windows bootable USB from within Linux Mint with WoeUSBDescriptionWoeUSB is an application for GNU/Linux that enables you to create bootable USB media for Windows from Windows ISO images or DVDs.Author Mike Turcotte-McCuskerPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
No related posts. THE HAGUE – The International Court of Justice on Monday ruled Colombia has sovereignty over all small islands previously disputed by Nicaragua in the Caribbean Sea, court President Peter Tomka said.“The court concludes that Colombia, and not Nicaragua, has sovereignty over the disputed islets,” Tomka said, reading the world court ruling. The cays are Albuquerque, Bajo Nuevo, Este-Sudeste, Quitasueño, Roncador and Serranilla.The ruling gives Colombia control of the waters and seabed immediately surrounding the islands and cays. Nicaragua gains control of a large, horseshoe-shaped area of sea and seabed stretching from its mainland coast around the Colombian islands.Tomka detailed the coordinates of the new borders, which extend eastward sovereignty of Nicaragua, while maintaining Colombian jurisdiction of an area up to the islands of San Andrés and Providencia, and within 12 nautical miles around Quitasueño and Serrana.The dispute began in 1928 when Managua ceded Bogota the islands of San Andrés, Providencia and Santa Catalina with the signing of a treaty know as Barcenas-Meneses Esguerra, ratified in 1933 when the the United States intervened.In 1969, Colombia sought to establish the border with Nicaragua in the 82nd meridian, which Managua rejected, claiming that the treaty did not set limits. In 1980, Nicaragua declared the treaty void.In December 2001, Nicaragua filed a complaint against Colombia at the world court over the sovereignty of the islets, a maritime area of 50,000 square kilometers. Six years later, the court recognized Colombian sovereignty over the three islands.Last May, the court concluded its analysis of the dispute and summoned both parties to a final reading of the ruling on Monday. Facebook Comments
July 23, 2018 683 Views Share Borrowers Consumers Financial Inclusion FinTech Lenders Urban Institute 2018-07-23 Radhika Ojha A recent seminar on next-generation innovations to increase financial inclusion for consumers, hosted by the Urban Institute, looked at strategies for broadening financial inclusion by incorporating transaction account data in credit assessments. An expert panel consisting of Mike Pecen, Data Strategy, Experian; Lauren Saunders, Associate Director, National Consumer Law Center; David Shellenberger, Senior Director, Scoring and Advanced Analytics, FICO; and Nick Thomas, President and Co-founder, Finicity discussed the research on the opportunities and challenges of fintech innovation in this space.In her opening remarks, Alanna McCargo, VP, Housing Finance Policy, Urban Institute said, “There’s been a nice body of research and testing taking place to look at how to bring more people into the mainstream as it related to financial products and how to increase financial inclusion. Today people are starting to think how technology and data can really expand that conversation.” Watch this video to learn what the experts had to say on how lenders can use technology to increase financial inclusion and ensure customer delight: in Daily Dose, Featured, News, Technology Fintech for Financial Inclusion
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) throws against the San Francisco 49ers during the second half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Sept. 27, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Ross D. Franklin) But whether or not the Cardinals’ line evolves into one of the league’s very best or finishes ranked somewhere in the middle, it’s apparent the work the organization did to improve the situation there has paid off. The Arizona Cardinals have spent a considerable amount of resources trying to build a good offensive line.And you know what? They may have done it.The Cardinals’ line, which has consisted of Jared Veldheer at left tackle, Ted Larsen and Mike Iupati at left guard, Lyle Sendlein at center, Jonathan Cooper at right guard and Bobby Massie and Earl Watford at right tackle has played well enough this season to be ranked as the 11th-best O-line in the NFL by the folks over at ProFootball Focus.com. The site notes the Cardinals finished last season’s O-line rankings at No. 24.Pass blocking rank: 15thRun blocking rank: 10thPenalties rank: 4thStud: With just five hurries allowed all year, Jared Veldheer (+2.3) continues to prove he’s worth the money.Dud: He’s on the field, at least, and there have been many worse guards in the league. But you’d want more out of Jonathan Cooper (-4.3).Summary: It feels like it’s taken forever for the Cardinals to get anything resembling a decent offensive line. Well, after spending high draft picks and handing out big dollars in free agency, that day may be here. Now, can this line grow together if they all stay healthy?While the grades provided by PFF may be a little difficult to understand, there are certain stats that stand out and help tell the story. For instance, QB Carson Palmer has been sacked just five times, which is a mark that is bettered by just three teams, and their running game is ranked 11th in the NFL with 487 yards, though their 4.4 yards-per-carry average is tied for third-best.And though the line has had success thus far, it’s possible even better play is in store as Iupati and Massie are further re-integrated into the lineup after the former missed the first three games due to a knee injury and the latter the first two due to a suspension. Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories
THE Qatari Investment Authority (QIA) has shown interest into investing in property in the Limassol area, said Christodoulos Angastiniotis, head of the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency (CIPA) on Saturday.Speaking on a CyBC radio talk-show, Angastiniotis said that within the coming days a delegation from the QIA will visit the island to discuss the possibility of investments in the Limassol property market.Angastiniotis also said that a group of private investors will also be visiting Cyprus, to discuss investing in semi government organisations (SGO) such as the telecommunications authority CyTA, the Ports Authority or the Electricity Authority.The head of CIPA also told CyBC radio that a delegation from Kuwait will also come to the island to determine whether there are investment opportunities.“These are all promising developments but we should keep a low profile so as to not repeat past mistakes”, advised Angastiniotis.Also speaking to CyBC radio, the chief of the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and Industry KEVE, Fidias Pilidis expressed his satisfaction that Qatar Airways began regular flights from Qatar capital Doha to Larnaca.Pilidis argued that this was a positive for the economy because it would provide Qatari investors with the chance to visit the island regularly. The KEVE chief added that the new flights would bring more tourists to Cyprus as Qatari citizens now had the option of vacationing in Cyprus.Pilidis asked of the Cyprus Airways to examine the possibility of regular flights to Doha.Earlier this week President Nicos Anastasiades ended a three-day official visit to Qatar to try and drum up investment interest. Several bi-lateral deals with signed between the two countries. You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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