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US stock indexes regain some ground a day after the worst slump

by The Associated Press Posted May 27, 2015 2:14 pm MDT Last Updated May 27, 2015 at 4:53 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email US stock indexes regain some ground a day after the worst slump for the market in three weeks NEW YORK, N.Y. – The U.S. stock market is regaining some of the ground it lost the day before, when the market had its biggest slump in three weeks.Technology and health care stocks led the gains Wednesday. Microsoft, Apple and Intel had the biggest gains in the Dow Jones industrial average.The Dow climbed 121 points, or 0.7 per cent, to 18,162. The index slumped 190 points on Tuesday.The Standard & Poor’s 500 index gained 19 points, or 0.9 per cent, to 2,123. The Nasdaq composite climbed 73 points, or 1.5 per cent, to 5,106.It was a record high close for the Nasdaq.Oil prices fell. U.S. crude gave up 52 cents to close at $57.10 a barrel.Bond prices rose slightly, pushing the yield on the 10-year Treasury note down to 2.13 per cent. read more

Patients discharging themselves while still sick because wards are too noisy at

Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Patients are discharging themselves early from hospital because wards are too noisy at night, new research has found.According to the study led by King’s College London, noise pollution in hospitals is regularly exceeding international recommendations. The report found one in ten patients are bothered by noises at night with growing numbers requesting to be discharged early. Equipment and technology are partly to blame with alarms, televisions, rattling trolleys and conversations cited among common annoyances. In the editorial published in the BMJ medical journal, researchers warned it can impact patients’ ability to rest, heal and recover, as noise has been linked to hospital-induced stress, increased pain sensitivity, high blood pressure and poor mental health.Dr Xyrichis told The Telegraph: “The noise levels can become so bad patients are discharging themselves from hospital when they still need treatment. This is troubling because the people who leave early are more likely to need to come back with problems later down the line.” “Even in intensive care units, which cater for the most vulnerable patients, noise levels over 100dB have been measured, the equivalent of loud music through headphones.” Patients who were in hospital for several nights reported feeling trapped and stressed, leading to requests for premature discharge and heightened risk of trauma and readmission.Dr Xyrichis added: “We know hospital noise has disruptive consequences for sleep – machine sounds in particular have a greater negative effect on arousal than human voices.”Post-hospitalisation recovery is also compromised. For example, coronary care patients treated during noisy periods were found to have a higher incidence of rehospitalisation compared to those treated during quieter periods.”Dr Xyrichis said more needed to be done to tackle the problem as it was only going to worsen as “society gets louder”. He told The Telegraph: “Hospital noise has always been a problem. Florence Nightingale wrote about it being the most cruel absence of care 140 years ago. But it is getting worse but it still isn’t being treated as a priority. “He said: “Manufacturers need to work with hospitals to provide equipment which is less noisy and hospitals also need to treat it as a serious problem. It’s not always recognised as such because it’s not as much of a priority as keeping someone alive.” Measures have been introduced to tackle the problem include ear plugs, noise warning systems, acoustic treatment panels, educational initiatives and noise reduction protocols.Dr Xyrichis  added: “Guides about potential ward sounds could also enhance patients’ understanding of their surroundings and increase relaxation.”Sound masking – the addition of background, broadband sound optimised for particular environments to reduce noise-induced disturbance – has also been used widely in open-plan offices for many years and has recently shown promise for improving sleep in hospitals.” read more

RD into ultra deep mining receives a great boost

first_imgLast week, he Centre for Excellence in Mining Innovation (CEMI) was selected as one of four recipients of the Business-led Networks of Centres of Excellence (BL-NCE) program for its Ultra-Deep Mining Network (UDMN) proposal and was awarded C$15 million in funding, the largest grant recipient of the 2014 competition. Managed through CEMI, the UDMN will lever collaborative, networked solution teams to solve critical private sector research and development challenges that impact resource extraction in ultra deep mining environments.It will also cover deep, tight shale-hosted hydrocarbon reservoirs. Addressing these development and operational challenges in some of the deepest mines in the world will result in increased productivity, decreased risk to workers, lower energy use, as well as lower capital and operating costs, achieved through performance and efficiency improvements.In conjunction with C$15 million received from the BL-NCE, the UDMN also received significant partnership commitments of C$31 million in leveraged cash and in–kind contributions. The UDMN is a C$46 million business-driven network, founded and funded by members of the mining and oil & gas industries, with the active participation of small to medium sized enterprises, industry agencies, research facilities and academia.Douglas Morrison, President and CEO of CEMI and Network Director of the UDMN spoke to the reputation and track record of CEMI at the announcement, highlighting achievements in key areas of hard rock metal mining: high–stress conditions, mine productivity and mine constructions, as well as exploration and environmental sustainability. “With the UDMN, we will continue to establish collaborative networks with industry, academia and small to medium enterprises, enabling us to play a central role in the kinds of innovations necessary for the global mining industry.”The Honourable Greg Rickford, Minister of State (Science and Technology), stated that, “our government is committed to supporting research that addresses private sector R&D challenges in key priority areas, for the benefit of all Canadians.  The Business-Led Networks of Centres of Excellence program enhances private sector innovation by blending academic expertise with the private sector’s drive to solve real-world challenges.  These networks bring expertise and stimulate private sector investment in R&D, innovation and competitiveness. For example, right here in Sudbury, researchers are finding solutions to today’s challenges in mining in order to foster growth and stimulate the development of this important sector to the economy of Northern Ontario. “CEMI, located in Sudbury, Ontario, is continuing its R&D efforts to facilitate the delivery of step-change research initiatives which are deemed critically important to the mining industry. It strives to establish excellence in strategic areas of research: deep mining, mineral exploration, integrated mine engineering, environment and sustainability.last_img read more

FEATURE ARTICLE – Cybersecurity

first_imgThis month’s Spotlight Feature Article homes in on cybersecurity. With several large industrial firms still reeling from recent cyber attacks, miners need to protect what is becoming an increasingly large pool of data, processes and autonomous equipment. Dan Gleeson finds out how they should do thislast_img

Taoiseach hopes ESB dispute can be resolved in the national interest

first_imgTAOISEACH ENDA KENNY has said that talk of possible strike action at ESB “causes unease and concern for people” amid the possibility that industrial action next month could result in power cuts across the country.Echoing the words of two Cabinet ministers this morning, Kenny said that the dispute was not about wage cuts but the definition of the ESB pension fund. He insisted that the ESB pension fund is in good shape.The largest union at the State utility company, Unite, has confirmed that it will be serving notice of industrial action on the company this Friday with showdown talks set for this Thursday.The dispute centres around an agreement in 2010 to address the €1.6 billion deficit in ESB’s pension scheme which workers say the company has now breached. Changes to ESB’s accounting treatment were revealed in October though the company and ministers insist that this does not change the nature of the scheme.Kenny said today he hoped that unions will accept the invitation to talks on Thursday and they will “engage fully and comprehensively”.He said he hoped that “given the implications of this… that it can be resolved quickly and effectively in the national interest”.“This is about our country, this is about hundreds of thousands of people who have made a lot of sacrifices over the last number of years,” he said.“This is the last thing they want to see. I therefore hope that discussions will take place and end this quickly and conclusively.”Meanwhile, Fianna Fáil said today there is “genuine fear and anxiety” among ordinary people and businesses that they will face power cuts in the run-up to Christmas.TD Seán Ó Feargháil said: “My concern would be that this dramatic escalation points to an ideological agenda, rather than prudent leadership.”He added that “surely any dispute the unions have with management can be resolved by going through the available dispute resolution mechanisms”.WATCH: ‘Unnecessary and unreasonable’: Varadkar and Coveney hit out at ESB strike threatMORE: ESB union will serve notice of industrial action on Fridaylast_img read more

Tsipras seeks alliance to fight austerity

first_imgThe leader of the main opposition SYRIZA party, Alexis Tsipras, appealed over the weekend to other leftist forces and independents opposed to the government’s austerity program to cooperate.Addressing a session of his party’s central committee on Saturday, Tsipras proposed the creation of a coalition of parties “with a clear direction, radical characteristics, clear commitments and a realistic alternative plan.” He reached out to the Communist Party and the Ecologist Greens and said his party was “observing developments” at Democratic Left (DIMAR), the former junior coalition partner which was plunged into crisis after a disastrous showing in last month’s European Parliament elections.He also made overtures to independent MPs and groups who oppose austerity. “We’re not asking for certificates of ideology and political purity,” he said.Reacting, government spokesperson Sofia Voultepsi said Tsipras should resolve the rifts in his party before seeking to govern.Meanwhile, DIMAR leader Fotis Kouvelis, whose party’s central committee also convened over the weekend, highlighted the need for “progressive alliances” with both the left and centre-left.Source: Kathimerini. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Turns Out Birds Speak in Sentences Like People

first_imgStay on target Watch: Girl Gets Hit in the Face By Bird During Roller Coaster RideWatch: Snowball the Dancing Cockatoo Has More Moves Than You More and more it seems that birds deserve a place among other higher animals for their intellect. A new paper in the journal Current Biology suggests that one species — the Japanese tit — can use grammar when tweeting at one another.That’s important because grammar is one of the most complex mechanisms of language — and something we generally only see in humans. It’s what gives our sentences structure. When off grammar is, Yoda sound alike, you can. But, depending upon context, words and the meaning they hold can be indecipherable without the right grammar. It does allow us to convey complex ideas, though. Cats, for example, are pretty one-note when they communicate. Which can make them frustrating to deal with if you can’t figure out what they want. This is because they use the same handful of sounds for everything.Grammar allows you to discuss something in relation to other things. You can communicate not just “hunger” but how you feel about it, when you might feel it, etcetera.That’s what makes this finding so special. Japanese tits, a highly social species based in northern Japan and eastern Russia were observed communicating different concepts based on the structure.According to Science Mag, to warn others of nearby predators, the birds will make what’s known as a “mobbing call” with a specific sequence. It combines two separate calls to create a new meaning. The first part always means “danger,” and the second is used when you want to alert others to food. When used together, it’s a signal to bunch together as if the group was flocking to food, and then attack.To test how this worked, researchers spliced together audio of a similar species’ call. On its own, that call would have the same meaning for the tits as it does for its originating species — danger. When studied, the birds had the predicted response. They began to look for threats. When it was reversed, however, they didn’t respond. The paper concludes that the meaning can only be properly derived from placing them in the correct order.“Mob then alert” — what the message would be interpreted as — doesn’t make any sense. What would they be mobbing? They have to be alert, find the source of danger and then attack. The fact that they still responded normally when a different species similar-ish sounds were used suggests that the order and not the precise sound is important. The birds can interpret a bit on their own and derive meaning from the whole context.That is some next-level shit right there. We all know that birds (or at least some birds) are pretty smart. Ravens can hold grudges, as we’ve covered, and there are plenty more instances of these creatures figuring out complex puzzles and communicating in all sorts of ways. This puts a finer point on it, though, and suggests that intelligence really is a spectrum. Ravens might be able to remember grievances, for example, but if they can’t also interpret grammar, then it’s likely many species have different domains of intellect — much like people. That could have some interesting implications for animal ethics, but it also highlights just how bizarre and diverse life on Earth is.We live on one amazing planet. Damn.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

ISS Pressure Steady After Crew Repair Air Leak

first_imgStay on target Yesterday showed again how valuable our emergency training is. We could locate and stop a small leak in our Soyuz, thanks to great cooperation between the crew and control centres on several continents. pic.twitter.com/Jo0MnIIprL— Alexander Gerst (@Astro_Alex) August 31, 2018Don’t expect Hollywood to recreate this harrowing tale on the big screen, though: There wasn’t even a spacewalk!Germany’s Alexander Gerst reportedly confirmed the puncture by running his hand over it (some even say he plugged it with a finger). Then cosmonauts Oleg Artemyev and Sergei Propopyev MacGyvered the two-millimeter hole from inside the station—initially using heat-resistant tape, and later a sealant and gauze cloth.Not exactly a summer blockbuster.Flight controllers in Houston are continuing to monitor the station’s cabin pressure. But the space heroes have already returned to their regularly scheduled workday.Gerst, Propopyev, and U.S. astronaut Serena Auñón-Chancellor are scheduled to use the same Soyuz vehicle to return to Earth at the end of the year, according to the BBC. Luckily, the crack is in the upper segment, which gets dumped before the crew capsule enters the atmosphere.Take a virtual tour of the ISS’s longest route with your guide, Oleg Artemyev. Also, find out what it’s like to photograph Earth from space and see something alien-like on a mission. Keep up to date with the amazing things NASA is doing here. Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. The International Space Station’s cabin pressure is holding steady after the Expedition 56 crew repaired an air leak on one of two Russian Soyuz spacecraft.A teeny tear in the fabric of the capsule is believed to be the consequence of a meteorite collision.On Wednesday evening, flight controllers in Houston and Moscow noticed a drop in pressure on the ISS. They waited until morning, however, to alert the sleeping crew, who were in no immediate danger.“The lives and the health of the crew members are not threatened, and the spacecraft will most likely be preserved as a result of using a repair tool kit for localizing this leak,” Roscosmos chief Dmitry Rogozin said in a statement published by Russian news agency TASS.The exposure, he said, was discovered in a side compartment of the Soyuz MS-09, which docked at the orbiting lab in June.center_img Scientists Discover Possible Interstellar VisitorWater Vapor Detected on Potentially ‘Habitable’ Planet last_img read more

Guardiola wants Sterling to improve

first_imgThe Manchester City manager is asking for Raheem Sterling to be a better footballer despite his current great formRaheem Sterling is having the time of his life with the England national team and Manchester City in the Premier League.But for his club manager Pep Guardiola, this is not enough and he knows his footballer can improve even more.“He can do better. We are so delighted with what he’s done in three years but he can do better,” Guardiola told France 24.“He can be more consistent, his first touches, receptions, many things. Definitely — I’ve said many times we are delighted but he can do better.”norwich city, manchester city, premier leagueReport: City are stunned by Norwich George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Manchester City was stunned by Norwich City in todays Premier League clash.Much has been made in recent days of the potential impact of Aymeric…“I did it, against Southampton,” said the City manager about coach’s celebrations on the sidelines.“There’s a lot of emotions in those moments. I know when I did it I was not happy to have done it.”“So I can understand [Everton manager] Marco Silva, [then Southampton manager] Mauricio Pellegrino when it happens,” he added.“But sometimes it is what it is and it’s an emotional game, everything happens in your mind. I talk from my side, you have to be respectful of the others.”last_img read more

Salah deactivates Twitter account after cryptic post

first_imgLiverpool  forward Mohammed Salah has deactivated his twitter account after making a cryptic post on Tuesday and giving rise to questions over his action.AS reports The Egyptian posted a final tweet before deactivating his account on Tuesday, prompting question marks over his reasons for the move.The Egyptian was a subject of discussion among his social-media followers after posting the message which read: “2019 Resolution: Time to get in touch, for real,” wrote the Egyptian on Tuesday evening, in what proved to be his final tweet.Roberto Firmino, LiverpoolVirgil van Dijk praises Roberto Firmino after Liverpool’s win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Virgil van Dijk hailed team-mate Roberto Firmino after coming off the bench to inspire Liverpool to a 3-1 comeback win against Newcastle United.There has been speculation about the motive behind the action and many believe that this could be linked to new developments relating to his future. Elsewhere, it has been suggested that the move is a result of heavy criticism that the 26-year-old has received on the platform.Most followers also believe the tweet might be related to his relationship with the Egyptian FA after it emerged that there may be a rift between the player and his National federation. Although none of these speculations has been confirmed.last_img read more

Majority in state back gay marriage

first_imgVancouver resident Robert Meyer married his wife more than a year ago. He hopes gays and lesbians will gain the same right in 2012.“Some people have a moral issue with it,” said Meyer, 31. “I don’t have that. It would not bug me if same-sex marriage was legal. It doesn’t take away from the sanctity of my marriage.”Meyer’s opinion appears to be the prevailing one in the state. About 55 percent of state residents favor legalizing same-sex marriage, according to an October poll by The Washington Poll.The nonpartisan Washington Poll reexamined and released its analysis of the poll results Friday in the wake of a new bill championed by Gov. Christine Gregoire to make Washington the seventh state in the nation to legalize same-sex marriage. Lawmakers will consider the proposal during a 60-day legislative session that begins Monday.The poll, led by University of Washington doctoral student Betsy Cooper, examined how state voters would vote on a possible 2012 referendum on same-sex marriage. The results also speak to whether lawmakers would have the support of their constituents in approving the new bill.Researchers divided the state into three regions: Puget Sound, the rest of Western Washington, and Eastern Washington, east of the Cascade Range.Support for marriage equality was strongest in the Puget Sound area, where 63 percent of respondents in favor. In the rest of Western Washington, about 53 percent support same-sex marriage. About 43 percent of respondents supported it in Eastern Washington.last_img read more

Richland mom takes on daughters exboyfriend

first_imgRICHLAND, Wash. (AP) — Police say a Richland woman carried a gun onto the grounds of Hanford High School and later used it to threaten her daughter’s former boyfriend.The Tri-City Herald reports (http://bit.ly/1oI6Ubc ) the 33-year-old woman picked up her daughter Friday in the school parking lot without incident but on the way home they passed a convenience store where they saw the boy in the parking lot.Police say the mother stopped, pointed the gun in the holster at the teen and told him not to make her use it.She returned to her car and waited for police who arrested her for possible weapon violations.last_img read more

Police search for 2 men caught on camera burglarizing Miami home

first_imgDetectives need your assistance in identifying the suspects seen on this video. They burglarized a home on 12/31/18 in the area of NW 57 Ct and 3 Street. If you recognize them please contact @CrimeStopper305 or Miami Police Burglary at 305-603-6030. pic.twitter.com/uWfVZYpRgw— Miami PD (@MiamiPD) April 1, 2019According to police, the men ransacked the home before taking off with more the $15,000 of cash and jewelry.If you have any information on this home burglary, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $1,000 reward. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI (WSVN) – Police are searching for two men who were caught on camera burglarizing a Miami home.The crooks made their way into a home in the area of Northwest 57th Avenue and Third Street on New Year’s Eve.Newly released surveillance video shows the crooks walking around the house before breaking in through a door.last_img read more

FenSens cleverly adds wireless parking sensors to any old car

first_imgYou’ve paired your smartphone with a Bluetooth device or two before, but did you ever think you’d want to pair it with a license plate frame? FenSens thinks you should.FenSens is no ordinary plastic license plate holder. It’s actually an aftermarket ultrasonic parking assistant. Pop it on your car, pair it with your phone, and FenSens will give you visual and audio alerts just like the ones on newer cars (or cars the same age with more expensive technology or safety packages).FenSens is incredibly simple to install. You don’t have to have even the slightest hint of mechanical ability, and you don’t need to know how to tap into the electrical wiring in your vehicle’s trunk.  If your car has a license plate frame, remove it. If not, just take the screws out of the plate itself. Put the plate back, line up FenSens on top of it, and drive the screws back in.That’s it. Now your FenSens is ready to stand guard. On Android devices, FenSens kicks in automatically when it needs to. On an iPhone you’ll have to tap the notification that pops up.Now, FenSens has to get its power from somewhere, and since you know it’s not drawing juice from your vehicle you’ve probably guessed it runs on a battery. The good news is that it’s rechargeable, and that charging it via a micro USB cable gives it enough power to run for about five months.So how much does it cost to add some smarts to your comparatively dumb vehicle? $99, if you get in early. Once FenSens hits retail shelves, it’ll sell for $149 — which is still not a bad price for a little extra peace-of-mind while you’re driving.last_img read more

Adam Rippon has finally met Sally Fields son – here are the

Adam Rippon and Sam Greisman, the son of US actress of Sally Field, have finally met! Sam and Adam | Photo: Twitter/samgreisman Adam and Sam hit the headlines when Sally, who won the Best Actress Oscar for Norma Rae, tried to set them up.The Lincoln star’s son shared screen grabs of texts between the two, in which Sally said: ‘Sam… he’s insanely pretty. Find a way.’ Sally then retweeted the exchange, tagging Adam.Adam initially addressed the attempted set up by saying: ‘Sam, your mom — I admire her. And I’m sure one day we’re going to meet! So thanks, mom.’Now, the pair have actually met – at the Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner in New York City, no less. (And were loving Sam’s choice of nail polish for the occasion!).‘Thanks, mom.’Sam took to Twitter after the encounter (on Saturday 10 March 10) to share a photo of the pair, along with the message ‘Thanks, mom.’ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS- Thanks, mom. pic.twitter.com/m25Er4EEfD— sam greisman (@SAMGREIS) March 11, 2018What’s going to happen next?!Already a star in his own right, Adam shot to international fame after winning a Bronze medal as part of the US figure skating team at the Winter Olympics.Last week, he fearless fielded a question about using Grindr at the Games.Sally Field is playing matchmaker between her son and Adam Rippon eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Sam Greisman on what went down when he met Adam RipponSally Field’s son apologizes to Adam Rippon for ’embarrassing’ matchmaker tweetsAdam Rippon introduces his boyfriend to the worldRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/adam-rippon-sally-field/ Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . read more

Third quarter construction up 13 per cent

first_imgThe output of the construction sector rose 13 per cent in the third quarter of 2017 compared with the respective period of the year before as producer prices continue to rise, the statistical service said.The output in buildings rose an annual 13 per cent in July to September while that of civil engineer projects rose 14 per cent, Cystat said in a statement on its website on Friday.In a separate statement, Cystat said that output prices for buildings rose in the third quarter of 2017 an annual 3.8 per cent while those for civil engineer projects fell 4.6 per cent, resulting to an overall increase of 1.3 per cent.In the second quarter, production in the construction sector rose 28 per cent while prices rose 0.3 per cent compared to April to June 2016You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndoBon VoyagedCelebrity Mega Yachts That Are Out Of This World – Step AboardBon VoyagedUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

Possible sign of third suitcase in lake as robotic camera sent back

first_imgUsing state-of-the-art sonar and a robotic camera, the search at the Mitsero red lake resumed Monday morning for a third suitcase that may contain the remains of one of the seven victims of a serial killer.A suitcase was retrieved from the lake on Sunday containing a badly decomposed body that has not yet been identified. This was the second body recovered from the toxic lake. A woman’s body was found in a suitcase there on Easter Sunday, April 28.The sonar swept the lake from the morning,  recording data in the search for a third victim. After the data was to be analysed and there was evidence something might be there, a decision to send divers would be made.Reports from the scene at around 11.30am said the robotic camera had been sent back into the lake and that this was a sign something had been located. Minutes later divers began preparing their boat and gear to enter the lake.According to the suspect’s alleged confession, he threw three of his seven victims in the red lake; Romanian mother and daughter Livia Florentina Bunea, 36 and Elena Natalia, 8, who disappeared on September 30, 2016, and 30-year-old Maricar Valdez Arquila from the Philippines who went missing in December 2017.On Sunday when the second suitcase was brought up, it was not immediately clear whether it was a woman or a child, police said, and it was taken to the morgue for further examination.Information began to leak out shortly afterwards that the body was fully clothed and was likely that of a child so probably Elena Natalia.Five bodies from seven have now been recovered. Two other victims remain unaccounted for. If the bodies recovered from the red lake turn out to be Livia and her daughter Elena Natalia, the remaining two victims to be found will be Maricar Valdez Arquila, and Sierra aged six, the daughter of Mary Rose Tiburcio, 39, also from the Philippines. The suspect allegedly told police he threw Sierra’s body in Memi lake in Xyliatos but daily searches have not yet found any trace of her.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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