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          Hungarian Passport Joins the Most Powerful in Europe      Cache   Translate Page      
MONTREAL, September 12, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Hungary joins the list of Europe's most powerful ranking passports with a visa-free score of 163 - ahead of Cyprus, Malta and Bulgaria. Since January 2018, things have proven to be impressively optimistic for the Hungarian passport, as...
          Jet2 flight to Paphos makes emergency landing 30 minutes after leaving Leeds      Cache   Translate Page      
A Jet2 flight from Leeds Bradford Airport, bound for Cyprus, has been diverted to Manchester Airport due to possible engine issues. Flight LS405 set off from the Yorkshire airport at 9.15am on Wednesday morning. It was due to arrive in Paphos,...
          Grandma, 50, to become Britain’s oldest mum with QUADRUPLETS after IVF treatment      Cache   Translate Page      
A FIFTY-year-old woman with eight grandchildren is to become the UK’s oldest mum of quads. Tracey Britten is expecting three girls, including identical twins, and a boy after spending £7,000 on IVF treatment in Cyprus. The mum of three, of London, said: “Every year I still wanted another child. I got to 50 and thought, […]
          Grandma, 50, to become Britain’s oldest mum with QUADRUPLETS after IVF treatment      Cache   Translate Page      
A FIFTY-year-old woman with eight grandchildren is to become the UK’s oldest mum of quads. Tracey Britten is expecting three girls, including identical twins, and a boy after spending £7,000 on IVF treatment in Cyprus. The mum of three, of London, said: “Every year I still wanted another child. I got to 50 and thought, […]
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          Flags of the World - Louis Ledra Beach Hotel Flags - Paphos, Cyprus.      Cache   Translate Page      
These flags are located outside the Louis Ledra Beach Hotel on Poseidonos Ave, opposite Aliathon Plaza, near Paphos.

There are nine flag poles situated at the front of the hotel near the entrance to the car park.
Flags from the following countries were on display;
France
Germany
Russia
United Kingdom
European Union
Cyprus
Greece

The two remaining flags represent the hotel.
The Louis Ledra Beach is a hotel located on the sea front a short walk away from Paphos. It is 3 km from the medieval Paphos Castle and 5 km from the Tombs of the Kings, an archaeological site with underground tombs carved out of rock. https://louisledrabeach.com/



          Anogyra Village Pastelli Festival      Cache   Translate Page      
Photos of the annual Anogyra Village Pastelli Festival. Anogyra Village is located in the Limassol District of Cyprus Anogyra Village Pastelli Festival Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk Anogyra Village Pastelli Festival Photo © CyprusExpat.co.uk Anogyra Village ...
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  Summer is a time of spending, from vacations to buying back-to-school clothes and supplies.  As life returns to a routine, it’s a great time to give your finances and check-up and set up a budget. That means getting motivated to budget.  David Sant from Cyprus Credit Union offers five tips to get motivated to budget. Reshape how you view the budget.  Budgets aren’t restrictive, they are empowering.  It is not about what you can’t do, they’re about what you […]
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          Vakantie Cyprus, het eiland van Aphrodite! // 8 dagen incl. vlucht, transfer en verblijf met ontbijt // slechts 199,-€      Cache   Translate Page      

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Όλοι μπορούμε να αντιληφθούμε πόσο δύσκολο είναι το έργο που επιτελούν οι διασώστες. Ανά πάσα στιγμή και ώρα έρχονται αντιμέτωποι με ψυχοφθόρες καταστάσεις τις οποίες καλούνται να ξεπεράσουν χωρίς να τους καταβάλουν καθώς πολλές φορές οι δικές τους κινήσεις κρίνουν μία ανθρώπινη ζωή. Καθημερινοί...


          Hurricane Florence still poses grave threat despite weaker winds - [Cyprus-mail.com]      Cache   Translate Page      
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Hurricane Florence, growing in size despite its weakening winds on Wednesday, crept closer to the U.S. East Coast as disaster mobilizations expanded south from the Carolinas into Georgia to counter the deadly threat of high seas and floods. The center of Florence, no longer classified as a major...


          Eleven killed in China as car ploughs into square [V] - [Cyprus-mail.com]      Cache   Translate Page      
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Eleven people were killed and 44 injured after a car ploughed into a crowded square in southern China and the driver attacked people with a knife and spade seeking "revenge" on society for previous criminal convictions, the government said on Thursday. The car drove onto the square in Mishui town...


          Comment on Colonel Cyril Richard “Rick” Rescorla (May 27, 1939 — September 11, 2001) by Edgewise      Cache   Translate Page      
Calling attention to a “minor” issue in this otherwise fine post: It’s “Cyprus”, _NOT_ “Cypress.” A small error—yet an error nonetheless...
          Turkey's Latest Power Grab: A Naval Base In Cyprus?      Cache   Translate Page      

Authored by Debalina Ghoshal via The Gatestone Institute,

  • The possibility of a Turkish naval base on Cyprus does not bode well for the chances of a Cyprus reunification deal, particularly after the breakdown of the July 2017 peace talks, which were suspended when "Turkey had refused to relinquish its intervention rights on Cyprus or the presence of troops on the island."

  • Turkey has 30,000 soldiers stationed on Cyprus, the northern part of which it has illegally occupied since 1974.

  • "If Greek-Turkish tensions escalate, the possibility of another ill-timed military provocation could escalate with them... Moreover, such a conflict might open up an even greater opportunity for Russian interference." - Lawrence A. Franklin.

Turkey's Naval Forces Command has "submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stating that Turkey should establish a naval base in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus," according to Turkey's strongly pro-Erdogan daily, Yeni Safak, which recently endorsed the proposal for the base in an article entitled, "Why Turkey should establish a naval base in Northern Cyprus."

"The base will enable the protection of Northern Cyprus' sovereignty as well as facilitate and fortify Turkey's rights and interests in the Eastern Mediterranean, preventing the occupation of sea energy fields, and strengthening Turkey's hand in the Cyprus peace process talks."

Having a naval base in northern Cyprus would also strengthen the self-proclaimed "Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus," which is recognized only by Turkey. Cyprus is strategically important: a naval base there would give Turkey easier access to the Eastern Mediterranean's international trade routes and greater control over the vast undersea energy resources around Cyprus. In the past, Turkey has blocked foreign vessels from drilling for these resources; in June, Turkey began its own exploration of the island's waters for gas and oil.

Turkey's Naval Forces Command has "submitted a proposal to the Ministry of Foreign Affairs stating that Turkey should establish a naval base in the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus." Pictured: The Turkish Navy frigate TCG Oruçreis. (Image source: CC-BY-SA-3.0/Brian Burnell via Wikimedia Commons)

This is not the first time that Turkey has set its sights on the area's resources. In 2014, Ankara dispatched surveillance vessels and warships to Cyprus's Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) to search for hydrocarbons. This incident took place just before the leaders of Greece, Cyprus and Egypt deepened their an energy-cooperation, "freezing Turkey out." As soon as the accord was signed, Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades blasted "Turkey's provocative actions," saying that they "do not just compromise the peace talks [between Greek and Turkish Cypriots]... [but] also affect security in the eastern Mediterranean region."

At the time, UN-brokered reunification negotiations, which had been renewed after a long hiatus, ended unsuccessfully yet again, as a result of Turkey's search for hydrocarbons in the EEZ. According to a November 2014 report in the Guardian:

"Turkey's decision to dispatch a research vessel into disputed waters last month not only resulted in talks being broken off but has exacerbated the row over drilling rights."

The possibility of a Turkish naval base does not bode well for the chances of a Cyprus reunification deal, particularly after the breakdown of the July 2017 peace talks between Turkish-Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci and Cypriot President Nicos Anastasiades. The talks were suspended when "Turkey had refused to relinquish its intervention rights on Cyprus or the presence of troops on the island." Turkey has 30,000 soldiers stationed on Cyprus, the northern part of which it has illegally occupied since 1974.

Another factor that may be contributing to the Turkish Navy's desire for a base in Cyprus is Israel. Aside from Ankara's extremely rocky relations with Jerusalem, Israel and Cyprus have been working to forge an agreement to join their electricity grids and construct a pipeline to link their gas fields to mainland Europe. Although they are in a dispute over development rights of one of these gas fields, Aphrodite, they are invested in reaching a solution that will not damage their increasingly friendly relations.

Erdogan's considerations should concern NATO, of which Turkey, surprisingly, is still a member, and the rest of the West. As Lawrence A. Franklin recently wrote for Gatestone:

"If Greek-Turkish tensions escalate, the possibility of another ill-timed military provocation could escalate with them. The ability of NATO to respond to other conflicts in the area could be affected, as well as NATO air and naval assets based in both countries. Moreover, such a conflict might open up an even greater opportunity for Russian interference."


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          The First ESCO Project in Cyprus Signed by Elena Baturina's RE-Pro Company      Cache   Translate Page      

LONDON, September 13, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- RE-Pro Group, an Austrian company owned by international billionaire businesswoman and philanthropist Elena Baturina, continues the expansion of its business to generate, use and market renewable energy in Europe. Recently, the company has signed ...


          Exclusive: Head of CySEC- “Not Going to Be Rushed into Regulating” ICOs      Cache   Translate Page      

The last time we interviewed Demetra Kalogerou, the Chairwoman of the Cyprus Security and Exchange Commission (CySEC), more than two years ago, the topics on the table were very different. Back then, the watchdog was still contemplating how to handle offshore call centers and whether to outlaw binary options. Fintech was a nice buzzword, whereas cryptocurrency […]

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          Έτοιμοι οι 2 δικηγόροι αλλά... λόγω κωλύματος 3ου αναβλήθηκε η δίκη για το σκάνδαλο με τις πινακίδες στην Πάφο - [Cyprustimes.com]      Cache   Translate Page      
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Στις 19 Σεπτεμβρίου οι κατηγορούμενοι στο Κακουργιοδικείο Πάφου στην υπόθεση πινακίδων - Έτοιμοι οι δύο δικηγόροι αλλά... λόγω κωλύματος 3ου αναβλήθηκε η υπόθεση -Οι κατηγορούμενοι οικειοποιήθηκαν διάφορα υλικά κατασκευής πινακίδων και σηματοδότησης συνολικής αξίας περίπου 44 χιλιάδων ευρώ εις...


          Larnaca tourism board seeks to host weddings at castle - [Cyprus-mail.com]      Cache   Translate Page      
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The Larnaca Tourism Board (Etap) said on Wednesday they have asked permission from the antiquities department to use the town's medieval castle to host weddings. The request, for civil marriages, was discussed during a meeting between Etap and director of the Department of Antiquities Marina...


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          The First ESCO Project In Cyprus Signed By Elena Baturina's RE-Pro Company      Cache   Translate Page      


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Mauritius: Bitter Feud Over UK's Last Remaining African Colony
A group of six Chagossians based in the Seychelles when visiting the archipelago after the British government allowed them to visit the islands for a week in May 2015.

The future of an Indian Ocean archipelago which is the last remaining African colony of the old British Empire came into sharp focus at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) last week.

Legalbrief reports that the Chagos Islands were home to a Bourbonnais Creole-speaking people for more than 150 years until the UK evicted them between 1967 and 1973 to allow the US to build a military base on Diego Garcia. As a result, the 2 000 residents were sent to Mauritius and the Seychelles.

A report on the Quartz Africa site notes that while Mauritius obtained its independence in 1968, the islands remained under British control and an immigration order preventing Chagossians from returning was issued in 1971. Australia, Israel and the US are backing the UK stance while Mauritius has the support of 17 countries (Argentina, Belize, Botswana, Brazil, Cyprus, Germany, Guatemala, India, Kenya, Marshall Islands, Nicaragua, Nigeria, Serbia, South Africa, Thailand, Vanuatu and Zambia).

The UK used its platform at The Hague to apologise for the 'shameful way' residents of the disputed territory were evicted. However, it insisted that Mauritius was wrong to bring the dispute over ownership of the islands by saying the matter was 'purely a bilateral issue'.A report on the Al Jazeera site notes that UK Solicitor-General Robert Buckland asked the judges to 'decline the request for an advisory opinion'.

Mauritius' lawyers said the Chagos Islands were 'integral' to its territory and it was handed to the UK 'under duress'. 'More than 50 years after independence... the process of decolonisation of Mauritius remains incomplete,' former Mauritian President Anerood Jugnauth told The Hague-based court.

The Guardian reports that Mauritius' Defence Minister Sir Anerood Jugnauth told the court that his country was coerced into giving up a large swathe of its territory before independence. That separation was in breach of UN resolution 1514, passed in 1960, which specifically banned the break-up of colonies before independence, the Mauritian Government argued before the UN-backed court, which specialises in territorial and border disputes between states.

'I am the only one still alive among those who participated in the Mauritius constitutional conference at Lancaster House (in London) in 1965, where talks on the ultimate status of Mauritius were held. Those talks resulted in the unlawful detachment of an integral part of our territory on the eve of our independence,' he said.

Jugnauth added that the 'secret meetings' were not made known to the other Mauritian representatives 'although we were later told of the immense pressure that was imposed on the small group'. The Telegraph reports that the hearing is seen as a critical test of Britain's diplomatic clout in the Brexit era, after it failed to rally enough to support to prevent the UN General Assembly adopting the resolution that led to this week's hearing.

Legalbrief reports that Ndivhuwo Mabaya, spokesperson for South Africa's Department of International Cooperation said it is the duty of every member state of the UN to leave no stone unturned to assist the General Assembly 'to remove the last vestiges of colonialism and for all peoples to achieve self-determination and freedom'.

In an interesting twist, the Chagos community in the Seychelles has expressed concerns over the Mauritian Government's demands. Pierre Prosper, chairperson of the Chagos Association in Seychelles, reportedly told the S eychelles News Agency that the government's interest is commercial and has nothing to do with the welfare of the Chagos community.

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          Winning start for Saints star in UEFA Nations League      Cache   Translate Page      
SAINTS star Moi Elyounoussi played the full 90 minutes as Norway beat Cyprus 2-0 on the opening night of the UEFA Nations League.
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          Melkweg gefotografeerd vanaf mijn vakantiebestemming Cyprus      Cache   Translate Page      
Tijdens mijn zomervakantie vorige week op Cyrpus heb ik een drietal avonden een donker plekje gezocht om de Melkweg te fotograferen. Hieronder een aantal afbeeldingen van het resultaat. De plekken waren niet bijzonder donker, maar donker genoeg voor een mooie foto en we konden de Melkweg heel duidelijk zien. Deze foto’s heb ik gemaakt met […]
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NICOSIA, Cyprus (AP) - Cyprus' finance minister says the country's 7.9 billion euro ($9.15 billion) euro budget for 2019 will post a surplus of around of 500...
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Piping plovers migrate from Long Island, N.Y., to the Bahamas in the fall, and Hurricane Florence could interfere with this long voyage. Photo: Tom Vezo / Minden Pictures / National Geographic Creative

By Jason Bittel
12 September 2018

(National Geographic) – Evacuations are already underway in North and South Carolina in anticipation of Hurricane Florence’s arrival this weekend. But what happens to the wild animals that aren’t set up for text alerts?

Experience suggests it won’t be pretty, and stories abound from storms past. For example, in August of 2017, Hurricane Harvey nearly wiped out the last remaining population of wild Attwater’s prairie chickens in Texas. Two months later, Hurricane Irma killed off up to 22 percent of the remaining population of endangered Key deer in the Florida Keys.

And though it didn’t threaten specific species in the same way, Hurricane Matthew did drop a Cyprus tree smack dab on top of an American alligator when it ripped across Georgia in 2016.

With Florence now classified as a Category 4 hurricane, it seems likely that the Eastern Seaboard and its animals could be in for a rough couple of days. (Read: “Why Hurricane Florence Is Such a Dangerous Storm”)

For instance, while it’s getting to the end of the season, some loggerhead sea turtles still have eggs out there waiting to hatch.

“Beaches are a dynamic system but large storms do have the potential to cause problems for nests and hatchlings,” says David Steen, a research ecologist at the Georgia Sea Turtle Center.

“Submerging nests for a prolonged period of time will reduce their survival, and some storms may even have the potential to just wash them away.”

Besides storm surges and dangerous waves, Hurricane Florence’s winds will likely take a toll on numerous migratory species on their way through the area. (Read: “Why Some Bird Species Have It Worse After the Latest Hurricanes”)

“Right now, every night, we’ve got thousands of thrushes and warblers flying out over the Atlantic and some of them are going to get blown by this and end up exhausting themselves,” says Daniel Cristol, an ornithologist at the College of William & Mary.

Migratory birds are able to complete their epic journeys while living on a knife’s-edge of calories in and out. So if a storm knocks them off course by a day or more, they may not have the fat reserves to make up the loss.

“Habitat loss is biggest risk for birds of conservation concern, especially migratory species that need refueling locations to complete the journey,” says Gary Langham, vice president and chief scientist at the National Audubon Society. [more]

How Hurricane Florence May Affect Wildlife


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Rapporto dell'indagine sulla risposta delle istituzioni ecclesiali alla crisi siriana e irachena - 2017/2018
Dicastero per lo Sviluppo Umano Integrale
[Text: Italiano, English]
L’attuale situazione umanitaria in Siria e in Iraq configura una crisi prolungata e complessa con un grave impatto sulle popolazioni civili locali e sui paesi limitrofi. Sette anni dopo l’inizio del conflitto in Siria, infatti, i dati delle Nazioni Unite restano allarmanti e dimostrano quanto ancora siano ingenti ed urgenti i bisogni delle persone colpite dalla crisi e quanto lavoro sia necessario nel quadro della risposta ad essa.
In Siria, più di 13 milioni di persone sono in stato di bisogno; vi sono 6,6 milioni di sfollati interni, mentre 5,6 milioni sono i rifugiati registrati nei paesi limitrofi, principalmente in Turchia, Libano e Giordania. In Iraq, 8,7 milioni di persone sono in stato di necessità, di cui più di 4 milioni di bambini. La presente indagine, alla sua terza edizione, copre 7 paesi – Siria, Iraq, Libano, Giordania, Turchia, Egitto e Cipro – e presenta dati relativi alla risposta alla crisi umanitaria delle istituzioni ecclesiali negli anni 2017-2018. I dati raccolti sono stati forniti da 84 istituzioni ecclesiali: 53 agenzie caritative d’ispirazione cattolica, 10 diocesi di Siria e Iraq e 21 istituti religiosi operanti in Siria, Iraq, Libano e Giordania. Essi fanno riferimento a fondi mobilitati, beneficiari raggiunti, settori d’intervento prioritari, difficoltà e problematiche riscontrate, orientamenti identificati per il prossimo futuro. Tra gli obiettivi principali dell’indagine vi è quello di ottenere un quadro complessivo unitario della risposta della rete ecclesiale alla crisi umanitaria siriana e irachena e di identificare linee comuni di riflessione e orientamenti condivisi di azione per il prossimo futuro.
Nell’indagine coesistono e si integrano due dimensioni del lavoro della Chiesa: il lavoro umanitario, svolto nei confronti di tutte le persone in stato di bisogno, in conformità con i principi e gli standard umanitari, e quello specifico di assistenza e supporto alle comunità cristiane locali colpite dalla crisi. Ciascuna istituzione, sulla base del proprio mandato e della propria missione, opera nel contesto di crisi secondo le proprie specificità e priorità d’intervento. Lo studio contiene quindi elementi di riflessione e orientamenti riguardanti entrambi gli aspetti. L’indagine, quindi, da un lato focalizza l’attenzione sui dati relativi all’anno 2017 e su quelli di previsione del 2018, dall’altro analizza le tendenze registrate dal 2014.
L’analisi mostra come il biennio 2017-2018 costituisca un periodo molto significativo per la risposta alla crisi. Con la sua evoluzione, infatti, cambiano e si evolvono anche i bisogni delle popolazioni e il lavoro degli attori umanitari e si rileva una sempre più marcata differenziazione tra i diversi paesi. Nonostante in Siria il conflitto continui in alcune zone del paese – dove si deve far ancora fronte a bisogni di prima necessità -, l’indagine mostra come per la prima volta ci si stia proiettando verso il futuro anche nelle attività di risposta alla crisi, con la fine della fase acuta dell’emergenza nella maggior parte delle aree d’intervento e il passaggio alla fase di early recovery. 2 In continuità con gli anni passati, due elementi caratterizzano l’azione della rete ecclesiale: la multisettorialità e la capillarità. L’azione della Chiesa è infatti distribuita su un’ampia varietà di settori d’intervento e molti programmi coprono più settori contemporaneamente. La capillarità può essere declinata con riferimento alla distribuzione geografica degli interventi – pur con i limiti imposti dalla sicurezza - e all’elevato numero di risorse umane impiegate.
A livello geografico, le azioni della rete ecclesiale hanno un’estensione territoriale molto vasta: in Siria si focalizzano principalmente nelle zone di Aleppo e Damasco, in Iraq nel nord del paese e nella piana di Ninive, in Libano e Giordania e Turchia rispettivamente a Beirut, Amman, Istanbul e nelle aree di confine con la Siria, dove si concentra il maggior numero di rifugiati. I dati raccolti testimoniano inoltre quanto la rete ecclesiale sia in grado di mobilitare un elevato numero di risorse umane impegnate nelle attività di risposta all’emergenza, in continua crescita di anno in anno: vi sono attualmente più di 5.800 professionisti e più di 8.300 volontari nei sette paesi, che si uniscono a sacerdoti e religiosi operanti in loco. DATI 2017 Secondo le informazioni raccolte, la rete ecclesiale nel 2017 ha allocato più di 286 milioni USD per la risposta alla crisi nei sette paesi e raggiunto all’incirca 4,6 milioni di beneficiari. Il dato è particolarmente significativo perché è il più elevato dal 2014 e testimonia come l’impegno della Chiesa non solo sia rimasto costante, ma si sia consolidato e rafforzato negli anni, adattandosi ai cambiamenti contestuali. Dai dati analizzati si rileva che, nel 2017, il 35% dei fondi (ca. 100 milioni USD) è stato destinato alla Siria, il 30% al Libano, il 17% all’Iraq e il 9% alla Giordania. Nell’anno 2017 i settori d’intervento prioritari risultano essere i seguenti: - Istruzione, con più di 73 milioni USD, di cui 45 milioni allocati in Libano; 
- Aiuto alimentare, con più di 54 milioni USD, fortemente influenzato dalle azioni in Siria, cui è stato destinato l’83% dei fondi di tale settore; 
- Sanità, con circa 30 milioni USD (11% dei fondi totali allocati), di cui il 38% destinato alla Siria. Seppure tali dati siano in continuità con quelli degli anni precedenti, lo studio rileva invece come comincino ad essere evidenti alcuni primi segnali di nuovi orientamenti: percentuali significative dell’aiuto, infatti, sono allocate alle azioni di livelihood (si intendono qui tutte quelle attività atte a fornire e rafforzare mezzi di sussistenza alle famiglie, attività generatrici di reddito, formazione professionale, creazione di opportunità lavorative), al sostegno per gli affitti e la riabilitazione delle case (soprattutto in Iraq), al supporto psicosociale e alla protezione legale (in particolare in Libano).
DATI 2018 (dati di previsione, aggiornati al mese di luglio) 
Il 2018 può essere definito come un anno di sostanziale cambiamento nella risposta alla crisi, parallelamente all’evoluzione del contesto politico in Siria e in Iraq. Diminuisce progressivamente una risposta di tipo puramente emergenziale, mentre si rafforza il lavoro su programmi di resilienza e early recovery, con uno sguardo ad azioni di maggiore impatto nel medio-lungo termine. In Siria vi sono ancora zone dove gli aiuti di prima necessità restano prioritari, ma in altre zone del paese, così come nel nord dell’Iraq e nei paesi limitrofi, l’attenzione si rivolge a come dare alle famiglie maggiore stabilità per riscostruirsi un futuro.
In Iraq diventa centrale il fenomeno dei ritorni volontari nella piana di Ninive, dove si concentrano gli aiuti della Chiesa nel paese. Secondo le informazioni raccolte, nel 2018 la rete ecclesiale ha mobilitato circa 230 milioni USD e raggiunto 3,9 milioni di beneficiari. Sebbene il dato sia inferiore a quello del 2017, va valutato come particolarmente significativo perché è un dato di previsione aggiornato al luglio 2018, che tuttavia già dimostra una tenuta dell’impegno della rete ecclesiale a fronte di una crisi prolungata. La Siria resta il paese in cui sono allocate il maggior numero di risorse (31%), ma con una distribuzione più omogenea rispetto al passato tra i vari paesi: il 25% dei fondi è destinato al Libano, il 22% all’Iraq e il 15% in Giordania. Va tuttavia rilevato come, rispetto al 2017, diminuiscano in valore assoluto i fondi destinati a Siria e Libano, restino pressoché stabili quelli allocati in Iraq e aumentino quelli destinati alla Giordania. L’analisi dei settori d’intervento prioritari mostra chiaramente i cambiamenti in atto, ancora a livello embrionale nel 2017:- L’istruzione resta il settore prioritario, con più di 46 milioni USD allocati, di cui il 50% in Libano; 
- La sanità cresce nel valore dei fondi allocati (18% del totale) e vede la Siria come il paese in cui sono destinati il 50% dei fondi di settore (in crescita rispetto agli anni precedenti): - Crescono i fondi allocati per le attività di livelihood (10% del totale), con programmi realizzati soprattutto in Libano (41%). Diminuiscono invece in modo significativo i fondi allocati per l’aiuto alimentare (31 milioni USD in meno rispetto al 2017, 7% del totale utilizzati in prevalenza in Siria) e per la fornitura di beni non alimentari (5% del totale, prevalentemente destinati a Siria e Iraq). 
PROBLEMATICHE IDENTIFICATE E PRIORITA’ D’INTERVENTO FUTURE
L’indagine mostra come, con il passare degli anni, problematiche e difficoltà vadano sempre più differenziandosi tra i diversi paesi. Tra le principali difficoltà identificate, in Siria resta prevalente la questione della sicurezza e dell’accesso in alcune aree del paese, legata all’instabilità della situazione socio-politica, che è tuttavia identificata come preoccupazione peculiare in tutti i paesi. I fondi limitati rispetto ai bisogni manifestati sono una problematica trasversale, seppure identificata come prevalente soprattutto nei paesi limitrofi a Siria e Iraq. Relativamente ai settori d’intervento, l’indagine mostra come, nonostante per la rete ecclesiale siano ambiti prioritari, istruzione e sanità restino anche quelli in cui i bisogni sono più ingenti. Per il settore del livelihood e della creazione si opportunità lavorative, vi è una preoccupazione condivisa di sempre maggiori bisogni non sufficientemente coperti. Una lettura trasversale indica inoltre l’importanza di rafforzare le azioni nei settori del supporto psicosociale e del peacebuilding. 
Coerentemente con questo quadro, l’orientamento relativo ai settori d’intervento in cui la rete ecclesiale intende focalizzare e rafforzare la propria azione nel prossimo futuro vedono tra le priorità trasversali l’istruzione e il livelihood. Operando un distinguo tra i diversi paesi, in Siria seguono la sanità e il supporto psicosociale, in Iraq il sostegno per alloggio e affitti e il peacebuilding, nei paesi limitrofi il supporto psicosociale e la sanità. 
DATI COMPLESSIVI 2014 – 2018 
 Secondo i dati raccolti, la rete ecclesiale dal 2014 ha mobilitato più di 1 miliardo USD per la risposta alla crisi, attingendo a fonti di finanziamento pubbliche (fondi governativi e delle istituzioni internazionali) e private (donazioni, fondazioni, fondi della Chiesa cattolica). A testimonianza dell’impegno rilevante della Chiesa in questa crisi complessa e di lunga durata e dell’attenzione ai suoi sviluppi, si nota un aumento pressoché costante dal 2014 al 2017 e una flessione nel dato di previsione del 2018, che tuttavia conferma un impegno notevole (la cifra resta superiore a 200 milioni USD). 
ELEMENTI DI RIFLESSIONE E ORIENTAMENTI PER IL FUTURO
Dall’indagine scaturiscono alcune riflessioni comuni e condivise e alcuni importanti orientamenti per il lavoro della rete ecclesiale nel prossimo futuro: - Istruzione, sanità e supporto psicosociale restano settori prioritari d’intervento, ma la sfida maggiore è rappresentata oggi dalla risposta a un sempre maggiore bisogno di stabilità per il futuro delle famiglie, attraverso programmi di sviluppo agricolo-economico, di rilancio del tessuto sociale ed economico, di formazione professionale, di avvio di attività lavorative;
- Il rafforzamento di capacità degli attori locali è un impegno importante della rete ecclesiale, che si è ampliato e consolidato negli anni. Esso resta un aspetto essenziale anche per il futuro, soprattutto in un momento in cui competenze e sistemi di gestione sul terreno sono chiamati ad adeguarsi ai cambiamenti in atto; 
- Nell’aiuto ai rifugiati nei paesi limitrofi alla Siria, è necessario prestare un’attenzione crescente alle comunità di accoglienza. Non possono essere sottovalutate le crescenti tensioni intercomunitarie ed è quanto mai importante continuare a lavorare sulla coesione sociale, su un accesso equo ai servizi pubblici, un sostegno alle persone più vulnerabili delle comunità ospitanti, un supporto adeguato alle infrastrutture dei paesi di accoglienza, in particolare nei settori sanitario ed educativo; 
- Il ritorno nelle comunità di origine è uno dei temi centrali della risposta alla crisi e uno degli ambiti prioritari su cui si focalizzerà l’azione della Chiesa nei prossimi anni. Attualmente il fenomeno riguarda prevalentemente l’Iraq e la piana di Ninive (dove la maggior parte di coloro che fanno ritorno sono famiglie cristiane), mentre è più limitato in Siria. Il lavoro che molti organismi stanno realizzando si focalizza sulla risposta ai bisogni più urgenti, tra cui il supporto per la riabilitazione delle case, ma non mancano iniziative importanti per attività di sostegno psicosociale e accompagnamento spirituale e pastorale.
A questo si uniscono i primi interventi di ricostruzione di strutture scolastiche, sanitarie e di siti religiosi. Importante in questo ambito è anche il lavoro di sensibilizzazione affinché siano garantite le condizioni di sicurezza e dignità per un ritorno nelle comunità di origine; - L’attenzione specifica ai bisogni delle comunità cristiane e al loro futuro nella regione mediorientale, così come ai loro bisogni materiali, spirituali e pastorali, costituisce un elemento peculiare per la Chiesa, sia a livello di azioni in loco che di sensibilizzazione a livello locale e internazionale; 
- La collaborazione ecumenica ed interreligiosa è un ulteriore elemento importante del lavoro della rete ecclesiale: nella maggior parte dei casi la collaborazione riguarda partner locali con cui vengono realizzati progetti a favore delle vittime della crisi, in un ampio ventaglio di attività; 
- Gli istituti religiosi (ordini, congregazioni, società di vita apostolica) hanno un ruolo centrale nella risposta alla crisi, sia per il servizio pastorale che svolgono, sia per il lavoro in settori specifici di competenza, quali la sanità, l’istruzione e il supporto psicosociale; - La protezione legale è un settore d’interesse e impegno specifico delle istituzioni ecclesiali: in Libano, ad esempio, è uno dei settori prioritari d’intervento, ma anche in Giordania, Turchia e Cipro l’assistenza e rappresentanza legale, l’accompagnamento dei rifugiati nelle procedure giuridico-amministrative, la tutela dei minori non accompagnati sono aspetti peculiari del lavoro della rete ecclesiale(non mancano iniziative di tutela giuridica delle persone più vulnerabili e privi dei mezzi necessari anche in Siria e in Iraq).
Un rilevante lavoro in questo senso viene svolto anche in Europa, dove le istituzioni ecclesiali costituiscono un costante punto di riferimento per migranti e richiedenti asilo, ma anche per istituzioni governative e della società civile. In questo quadro, vanno anche segnalate le iniziative di corridoi umanitari e sponsorship private per il supporto a famiglie con minori e malati; 
- La rete ecclesiale è fortemente impegnata anche in attività di advocacy, che si diversificano secondo gli obiettivi e il mandato di ogni istituzione: attività e iniziative di sensibilizzazione sui bisogni e i diritti dei rifugiati; attività di fundraising per raccogliere fondi in favore di progetti da realizzarsi in aree affette dalla crisi; attività di sensibilizzazione e denuncia sulla situazione dei cristiani in Siria, in Iraq e più in generale in Medio Oriente, spesso legate a iniziative concrete di supporto alle comunità cristiane; appelli per una pace sostenibile in Siria e nell’intera regione, per una soluzione pacifica e duratura del conflitto; 
 - Infine, comune e condiviso è l’appello affinché l’attenzione sulla crisi e sulla situazione delle popolazioni locali resti elevata e l’impegno per rispondere ai loro bisogni non venga meno.
ENGLISH
THE CATHOLIC INSTITUTIONS RESPONSE TO THE IRAQI-SYRIAN HUMANITARIAN CRISI 2017/2018
The current humanitarian situation in Syria and Iraq is a protracted and complex crisis with a serious impact on local civilian populations and neighbouring countries. Seven years on from the start of the conflict in Syria, United Nations figures remain alarming and show how important and urgent the needs of the people affected by the crisis still are, and how much work is needed as part of the response to it. In Syria, more than 13 million people are in need; 6.6 million people are internally displaced, while 5.6 million are refugees registered in neighbouring countries, mainly in Turkey, Lebanon and Jordan. In Iraq, 8.7 million people are in need, including more than 4 million children. This third edition of the survey covers seven countries - Syria, Iraq, Lebanon, Jordan, Turkey, Egypt and Cyprus - and presents data on the response of Catholic institutions to the humanitarian crisis in the period 2017-2018. The data collected were provided by 84 Catholic institutions: 53 Catholic-inspired charitable agencies, 10 dioceses in Syria and Iraq, and 21 religious institutes operating in Syria, Iraq, Lebanon and Jordan. The data refer to the funds mobilised, the beneficiaries reached, the priority sectors of intervention, the difficulties and problems encountered, and the guidelines identified for the near future. The main objectives of the survey include obtaining an overall uniform picture of the Church network's response to the humanitarian crisis in Syria and Iraq, and identifying common lines of reflection and shared guidelines for action in the near future. Two dimensions of the Church's work coexist within and complement the survey: humanitarian work, carried out for all people in need, without any distinction, in compliance with humanitarian principles and standards, and the specific work of providing assistance and support to local Christian communities affected by the crisis. Each institution, on the basis of its mandate and mission, operates in a crisis context in accordance with its own specificities and intervention priorities. The study therefore contains elements for reflection and guidelines regarding both aspects. On the one hand, the survey focuses on data relating to 2017 and forecast data for 2018, and on the other, analyses the trends registered since 2014. The analysis shows how the two-year period 2017-2018 is highly significant for the response to the crisis. Indeed, with its evolution the needs of populations and the work of humanitarian actors have changed and evolved, and the differentiation between the various countries is increasingly marked. Although in Syria the conflict is continuing in some areas of the country - where basic needs still have to be met - the survey shows how for the first time we are looking towards the future, including in crisis response activities, with the end of the acute phase of the emergency in most sectors of intervention and a transition to the early recovery phase. In continuity with past years, two elements characterise the action of the Church network: multisectorality and comprehensiveness. The Church's action is spread across a wide variety of sectors of intervention and many programmes cover several sectors at the same time. The comprehensiveness may be analysed by referring to the geographical distribution of the interventions - albeit with the limitations imposed by security - and the large number of human resources employed. Geographically, the actions of the Church network cover vast swathes of territory. In Syria, the focus is mainly on the areas of Aleppo and Damascus, in Iraq on the north of the country and the Nineveh Plains, and in Lebanon, Jordan and Turkey respectively in Beirut, Amman, Istanbul, and border areas with Syria where the largest numbers of refugees are concentrated. The data collected also bear witness to the extent to which the Church network is able to mobilise a large number of human resources involved in emergency response activities, which is constantly growing year by year. There are currently more than 5,800 professionals and more than 8,300 volunteers in the seven countries, who join forces with priests and religious working on the spot.
2017 DATA
According to the information gathered, in 2017 the Church network allocated more than 286 million USD to the response to the crisis in the seven countries and reached approximately 4.6 million beneficiaries. The figure is particularly significant because it is the highest since 2014 and bears witness to how the Church’s commitment has not only remained constant, but has also been consolidated and strengthened over the years, while adapting to contextual changes. The data analysed show that, in 2017, 35% of funds (approximately 100 million USD) was allocated to Syria, 30% to Lebanon, 17% to Iraq and 9% to Jordan. In 2017, the priority sectors of intervention were: - Education, with over 73 million USD, of which 45 million allocated in Lebanon; - Food aid, with more than 54 million USD, strongly influenced by operations in Syria, to which 83% of the funds in this sector were allocated; - Healthcare, with approximately 30 million USD (11% of total funds allocated), of which 38% allotted to Syria. Although these data are in continuity with those of previous years, the study notes that some early signs of new trends are beginning to emerge. Indeed, significant percentages of the aid are allocated to livelihoods actions (namely, all activities designed to provide and strengthen livelihoods for families, income-generating activities, vocational training, and creation of employment opportunities), to support for rentals and rehabilitation of houses (especially in Iraq), to psychosocial support and to legal protection (particularly in Lebanon).
2018 DATA (forecast data, updated to July)
2018 may be described as a year of substantial change in the response to the crisis, in parallel with the evolution of the political context in Syria and Iraq. A purely emergency type response is steadily decreasing, whilst work on resilience and early recovery programmes is expanding, with an eye kept on actions with greater impact in the medium to long term. In Syria, there are still areas where basic aid remains a priority, but in other parts of the country, as well as in northern Iraq and neighbouring countries, the focus is on how to give families greater stability to rebuild themselves in the future. In Iraq, voluntary returns in the Nineveh Plains, where the Church's aid is concentrated in the country, has become a central issue. According to the information gathered, in 2018 the Church network has mobilised around 230 million USD and reached 3.9 million beneficiaries. Although the figure is lower than the one in 2017, it should be deemed as particularly significant, because it shows that the Church network's commitment has held up in the face of a protracted crisis. Syria is still the country in which the largest amount of resources is allocated (31%), but with a more even distribution among the various countries than in the past: 25% are allocated to Lebanon, 22% to Iraq and 15% to Jordan. However, it should be noted that, compared to 2017, the funds allocated to Syria and Lebanon have decreased in absolute terms, those allocated to Iraq have remained more or less stable, and those allocated to Jordan have increased. An analysis of the priority sectors of intervention clearly shows the changes taking place, which were still at an embryonic stage in 2017: - Education is still the priority sector, with more than 46 million USD allocated, of which 50% in Lebanon; - Healthcare has grown in terms of the amount of funds allocated (18% of the total), with Syria accounting for 50% of the funds allocated to the sector (on the increase compared to previous years); - The funds allocated to livelihoods activities have increased (10% of the total), with programmes carried out mainly in Lebanon (41%). On the other hand, the funds allocated to food aid (31 million USD less than in 2017, with 7% of the total used mainly in Syria), and for the provision of non-food items (5% of the total, mainly for Syria and Iraq), have significantly decreased.
PROBLEMS IDENTIFIED AND FUTURE PRIORITY INTERVENTIONS
The survey shows how, with the passing years, problems and difficulties have become increasingly differentiated between the various countries. Among the main difficulties identified, in Syria the issue of security and access in some areas of the country is still predominant, linked to the instability of the socio-political situation, which is however identified as of particular concern in all countries. Limited funds with respect to the needs manifested is a cross-cutting issue, although it was identified as being prevalent above all in the countries bordering Syria and Iraq. With regard to the sectors of intervention, the survey shows that, even though they are priority areas for the Church network, education and healthcare are still the ones with the greatest needs. Regarding the livelihoods sector and the creation of employment opportunities, there is a shared concern about the growing needs that are insufficiently covered. A cross-cutting interpretation also shows the importance of strengthening actions in the psychosocial support and peacebuilding sectors. In line with this overview, the guidelines for the sectors of intervention on which the Church network intends to focus and strengthen its action in the near future include education and livelihoods among its cross-cutting priorities. Making a distinction between the various countries, in Syria, healthcare and psychosocial support continue, in Iraq, support for housing and rentals and peacebuilding, and in the neighbouring countries, psychosocial support and healthcare.
OVERALL DATA 2014 – 2018
According to the data collected, since 2014 the Church network has mobilised over 1 billion USD for the response to the crisis, drawing on sources of public (government funds and international institutions) and private funding (donations, foundations, Catholic Church funds). As evidence of the Church's significant commitment to this complex and long-running crisis and the attention paid to its developments, one may note an almost steady increase from 2014 to 2017 and a decrease in the 2018 forecast figure, which nevertheless confirms a substantial commitment (the figure is still above 200 million USD). The data for 2018 are still temporary, i.e. partial; an increase is therefore predicted.
ELEMENTS OF REFLECTION AND GUIDELINES FOR THE FUTURE The survey gave rise to some common and shared reflections, and some important guidelines for the Church network's work in the near future: - Education, healthcare and psychosocial support are still priority sectors of intervention, but today's major challenge is responding to an ever-growing need for stability for the future of families, via agricultural and economic development programmes, relaunching the social and economic fabric, vocational training and launching of work activities; - Building the capacities of local actors is an important commitment for the Church network, which has been expanded and consolidated over the years. This is still a vital aspect for the future, especially at a time when skills and management systems on the ground are called upon to adapt to the changes taking place; - In assisting refugees in Syria's neighbouring countries, increasing attention should be paid to host communities. The growing inter-communal tensions cannot be underestimated and it is more important than ever to continue working on social cohesion, fair access to public services, support for the most vulnerable people in the host communities, and adequate support for the host countries' infrastructure, particularly in the healthcare and education sectors; - Return to communities of origin is one of the central themes of the response to the crisis, and also one of the priority areas on which the Church's action will focus in the coming years. Currently the phenomenon mainly concerns Iraq and the Nineveh Plains (where the majority of those who return are Christian families), while it is more limited in Syria. The work that many organisations are doing is focused on responding to the most urgent needs, including support for the rehabilitation of homes, but there are also important initiatives for psychosocial support and spiritual and pastoral accompaniment activities. Combined with this are preliminary initiatives to rebuild schools, clinics and religious sites. It is also important to raise awareness in this area so that secure and dignified conditions for returns to communities of origin are guaranteed; - Specific attention to the needs of Christian communities and their future in the Middle East region, as well as their material, spiritual and pastoral needs, is a special element for the Church, at the level of actions on the spot as well as at the local and international level; - Ecumenical and interreligious collaboration is another important element of the Church network's work. In the majority of cases, cooperation concerns local partners with whom projects are implemented on behalf of the victims of the crisis, via a wide range of activities; - Religious institutes (orders, congregations, societies of apostolic life) play a central role in responding to the crisis, both for the pastoral service they provide, and for work in specific areas of expertise, such as healthcare, education and psychosocial support; - Legal protection is an area of specific interest and commitment for Church institutions. One of the priority sectors of intervention is in Lebanon, for example, but also in Jordan, Turkey and Cyprus legal assistance and representation, accompaniment of refugees in legal and administrative procedures and protection of unaccompanied minors are special aspects of the Church network's work (initiatives regarding legal protection of the most vulnerable and those without the necessary financial resources are not lacking in Syria and Iraq either). Important work in this regard is also carried out in Europe, where Church institutions are a constant reference point for migrants and asylum seekers, but also for government institutions and civil society. In this context, the humanitarian corridors and private sponsorship initiatives to support families with children and sick members should also be mentioned; - The Church network is also strongly committed to advocacy activities, which differ according to each institution's objectives and mandate: activities and initiatives to raise awareness of refugees' needs and rights; fundraising activities for projects to be implemented in areas affected by the crisis; activities to raise awareness and condemn the situation of Christians in Syria, Iraq and more generally in the Middle East, often linked to concrete initiatives to support Christian communities; and calls for a sustainable peace in Syria and throughout the region for a peaceful and lasting solution to the conflict; - Finally, the common and shared appeal for the level of attention to the crisis and the situation of local populations to remain high and for efforts to respond to their needs to be continued.

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Column Part 18 I was planning to write this last epistle from the turquoise shores of Cyprus, but due to ‘circumstances beyond our control’ it is not to be. There are two things certain in this life; that some poor sap is going to hand in their ticket if they are a guest at a country house-party in an Agatha Christie yarn and that those magnificent men and their (not so frequently) flying machines will throw the odd spanner in the works. These same spanners may have been better utilised on repairing the aircraft, and the upshot being we never reached Cyprus. On the plus side I was able to spend a day in an aircraft hangar in Muscat. And so it is with a Scotch within easy lifting distance and the welcoming Yorkshire drizzle outside, that this attempt at closure takes place.
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Istanbul New Airport has confirmed that the new Turkish gateway will open for passengers on October 31, with the existing Ataturk Airport closing on the same day, reports London's Air Cargo News.Istanbul Ataturk Airport is the main international airport serving Istanbul, and the biggest airport in Turkey.First opened in 1912 in Yesilkoy as a military airfield, on the European side of the city, it is located 24 km (15 mi) west of the city centre and serves as the main hub for Turkish Airlines.Istanbul New Airport said that an official opening ceremony would take place on October 29, the 95th anniversary of the Republic of Turkey, attended by parliamentary speaker Binali Yildirim and other state officials.This would be followed by the first passenger flight by flag carrier Turkish Airlines to Ankaraat the next day said chairman Ilker Ayci followed by flights to Cyprus and Azerbaijan.Some 800 trucks will to transfer all equipment and facilities from Ataturk Airport in the previous two days, a job expected to take 45 hours.Familiarisation training for airline employees, ground services and other companies will start on September 28 in an operation that will cover 28,200 people.The new airport has already taken delivery of its first aircraft fuel consignment by ship at its new Fuel Supply Port, one of the few such facilities in the world.

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The possibility of a Turkish naval base on Cyprus does not bode well for the chances of a Cyprus reunification deal, particularly after the breakdown of the July 2017 peace talks, which were suspended when "Turkey had refused to relinquish its intervention rights on Cyprus or the presence of troops on the island."

Turkey has 30,000 soldiers stationed on Cyprus, the northern part of which it has illegally occupied since 1974.

"If Greek-Turkish tensions escalate, the possibility of another ill-timed military provocation could escalate with them... Moreover, such a conflict might open up an even greater opportunity for Russian interference." - Lawrence A. Franklin.

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Kaylee Foster may have had the best homecoming ever. On Friday, the Ocean Springs High School senior was named homecoming queen, receiving a large bouquet of roses and a shiny tiara. She wasn't able to wear her crown for too long, though — the Mississippi resident had to put on her football uniform and helmet, then join her teammates for the big game against George County High School. Foster, a soccer player, joined the varsity football team during her sophomore year, and she's been kicking field goals ever since. She had two during the homecoming game, and in overtime, she kicked the field goal that gave her team a 13-12 victory. "I was pretty sure I wasn't going to be homecoming queen, but I was pretty sure I was going to make that kick," she told The Mississippi Press. [The Mississippi Press]

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From dachshunds to Dalmatians, dogs of all shapes, sizes, and breeds came out to catch a few waves Sunday in Del Mar, California. The adventurous pups were participating in the 13th annual Surf Dog Surf-a-Thon, benefiting the Helen Woodward Animal Center, a no-kill shelter. More than 70 dogs competed to be named Top Surf Dog 2018, judged on how well they stayed on the board — and their spirit. Kentucky Gallahue brought his dog Derby to the event, and told Inside Edition he never intended on teaching him how to surf. "I was actually learning to surf when I got here and he kept following me out and I pushed him on a wave and he rode all the way in," he said. "I was kind of mad but proud at the same time because he learned how to surf before me." [Inside Edition]

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Snacks, toothbrushes, jackets, socks, deodorant — Carolyn Collins' closet has it all. Collins is a janitor at Tucker High School in Tucker, Georgia, and four years ago, after learning that two students were homeless, she decided to set up a "giving closet" for students in need. "I knew that they weren't the only kids at school who were struggling," she told The Washington Post. "And I thought, 'I'm going to do whatever I can to help these kids.' High school is hard enough without being homeless." Collins set up shop in a storage room near the cafeteria, and now teachers and other students help her keep it stocked. She doesn't want any student to feel ashamed or embarrassed about having to take items from the closet, and told the Post, "I just hug them and love them and let them know that I'm here for them." [The Washington Post]

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Ray Woolley has spent the last six decades diving, and doesn't plan on stopping anytime soon. Woolley turned 95 in August, and to celebrate, went diving off the coast of Cyprus earlier this month for 44 minutes at a depth of 133 feet. He broke his own record set last year of 41 minutes at 125 feet, and remains the world's oldest scuba diver. "I'm trying to prove to myself, and I hope to other people, that exercise, especially when you are getting to around my age, is most important to do," he said. Woolley, originally from England, was a radio operator in the Royal Navy during World War II. As part of his dive, Woolley explored a cargo shipwreck, and he told the divers who joined him it was "lovely to break my record again and I hope if I can keep fit, I will break it again next year with all of you." [The Telegraph]

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It was not your ordinary first day of school for seniors at Luck High School in Wisconsin. At an assembly last week, Principal Brad Werner told the 34 members of the Class of 2019 that Dennis Frandsen, a local businessman and banker, offered to pay for every graduating senior who decides to attend a two-year technical college. The scholarship will cover books and tuition. "It was a fun experience for me to share this experience with the seniors and watch their faces and their eyeballs get big," Werner told CNN. Werner said he was shocked when Frandsen, who was born and raised in Luck, made the pledge to him out of the blue last month. He told Werner he wanted to help send teens to technical colleges because there are many job opportunities for skilled laborers like electricians and plumbers, and there aren't as many scholarships for students not attending four-year colleges. [CNN]


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