first_img TR4 confirmed in Colombia as country declares “nat … February 13 , 2019 Sigatoka risk greatly increased by climate change, … You might also be interested in “2018 was a complex year for Colombian agricultural exports, but the banana sector grew by 2.52% compared to 2017,” said Juan Camilo Restrepo Gómez.”The year was influenced by climatological factors like the El Niño Phenomenon and the high amount of wind in the production areas, which reduced fruit production during some months of the year.”He added in 2019 it will be fundamental to advance on the implementation of a country-wide label or a denomination of origin to help grow in markets and open new destinations.In late December Augura warned producers to prepare for a dry spell expected to last over the first few months of this year. center_img The Colombian banana industry closed 2018 with a production of a little over 100 million boxes, marking nearly 3% year-on-year growth despite some weather-related challenges.Industry association Augura, whose members represent 78% of the total volume, said the country’s crop was equivalent in value to US$859 million.Bananas remain Colombia’s third-largest agricultural export after coffee and flowers. U.S. judge denies Chiquita’s request to be let out … Australia: Queensland govt boosts TR4 funding, cal …last_img

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first_imgGuyana, on March 29, 2018, filed an application with the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Venezuela – requesting, among many things, that Venezuela refrain from threatening or using force against any person and/or company licensed by Guyana or engage in economic or commercial activity in Guyanese territory.“Venezuela shall refrain from threatening or using force against any person and/or company licensed by Guyana or engage in economic or commercial activity in Guyanese territory as determined by the1899 Award and 1905 Agreement, or in any maritime areas appurtenant to such territory over which Guyana has sovereignty or exercises sovereign rights, and shall not interfere with any Guyanese or Guyanese authorised activities in thoseThe International Court of Justiceareas,” a release by the principal judicial organ of the United Nations said.Moreover, in its application, Guyana requested the court “to confirm the legal validity and binding effect of the Award Regarding the Boundary between the Colony of British Guiana and theUnited States of Venezuela.”“The applicant claims that the 1899 Award was “a full, perfect, and final settlement” of all questions relating to determining the boundary line between the colony of British Guiana and Venezuela.Guyana affirms that, between November 1900 and June 1904, a joint Anglo-Venezuelan Boundary Commission “identified, demarcated and permanently fixed the boundary established by the Award” before the signing of a Joint Declaration by the Commissioners on 10 January 1905 (referred to by Guyana as the “1905 Agreement”).”Guyana contends that in 1962, for the first time, Venezuela contested the Award as “arbitrary” and “null and void” and according to them, this led to the signing of the Agreement to resolve the controversy between Venezuela and the United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Ireland over the frontier between Venezuela and British Guiana at Geneva on 17 February 1966, which “provided for recourse to a series of dispute settlement mechanisms to finally resolve the controversy”.The applicant [Guyana] further submits that the Geneva Agreement authorised the United NationsSecretary General to decide which appropriate dispute resolution mechanism to adopt for the peaceful settlement of the controversy, in accordance with Article 33 of the United Nations Charter.As such, the applicant requests that the Court adjudge and declare that “the 1899 Award is valid and binding upon Guyana and Venezuela, and the boundary established by that Award and the 1905Agreement is valid and binding upon Guyana and Venezuela”; “Guyana enjoys full sovereignty over the territory between the Essequibo River and the boundary established by the 1899 Award and the 1905 Agreement, and Venezuela enjoys full sovereignty over the territory west of that boundary; Guyana and Venezuela are under an obligation to fully respect each other’s sovereignty and territorial integrity in accordance with the boundary established by the 1899 Award and the 1905 Agreement”; “Venezuela shall immediately withdraw from and cease its occupation of the eastern half of the Island of Ankoko, and each and every other territory which is recognised as Guyana’s sovereign territory in accordance with the 1899 Award and 1905 Agreement,” and “Venezuela is internationally responsible for violations of Guyana’s sovereignty and sovereign rights, and for all injuries suffered by Guyana as a consequence.”last_img

first_img1 Tottenham striker target Domenico Berardi Tottenham target Domenico Berardi has not decided his future, according to his agent.The striker is drawing interest from several clubs around Europe after catching the eye in Serie A this season.Inter Milan and Tottenham have been scouting the 21-year-old since January, while Juventus have the option to buy the Italian back this summer.However Berardi’s agent, Simone Seghedoni, has explained that nothing has been decided regarding his client’s future just yet.“To clarify: Domenico is a player owned by Sassuolo, who he has a contract with until 2019,” Seghedoni explained to FCInterNews.“Juventus have the chance to buy him back, and the relationship between the two clubs is good. When the time comes to decide the lad’s future we’ll see, nothing is decided.“We can say that many teams, both Italian and foreign, are moving for Berardi.”last_img

first_imgPAUL McGOVERN’S ST EUNAN’S NOTES: Bookings for the Hurling & Camogie Camp must be completed by this Sunday, July 3rd to guarantee personalisation of the sweatshirt in the Giveaway pack (next week, Sunday July 10th for Football).Anne Forde will be on hand to take bookings in my absence this week both on Friday and Sunday and her contact details are also listed below in the Notes.It is essential to book early for the camps to ensure we can prepare properly and also have the required Adult / Child ratios so if you are thinking of booking, please do so immediately. Time will tell if the Championship games go ahead this week. It looks like the Junior game will definitely be on either way despite our request not to play it as our manager has just jetted off to America on holiday.Especially frustrating as the 1st leg was played 6 weeks ago this Sunday and we had requested this game played over the last 5 weeks due to Andrew’s impending holiday and finally it gets set this week when he’s gone!!If these games go ahead, please come out and support all the teams as with so many players away from all teams the people supporting the players could have a huge role to play to help them progress to the next round of the Championships.Best of luck to the large contingent of players and supporters heading for Cork tomorrow for this year’s Feile. Club Notes – Naomh Adhamhnáin – 27.06.11 Good luck to Ciaran Maguire and the U-14 boys Footballers that will to travel to Feile in Cork this week. The lads will take on Blarney, Thomas Russell’s, St. Martin’s and hosts Whitechurch. Last year’s team narrowly lost their final so hopefully the lads can go one better this year. The Seniors, Reserves and Juniors are all in Championship action this weekend though it remains to be seen if the Senior matches will go ahead with Donegal’s involvement in the Ulster SFC Final on July 17th in Clones.The Seniors and Reserves are down for Saturday evening against Dungloe with the Junior game on Sunday versus Downings. Congratulations to Rory and Kevin on their part in Donegal’s great victory over Tyrone at the weekend. They now have an Ulster Final to look forward to.The Senior Hurlers had a good win against Four Masters in their Round Robin Championship match last week. Well done to all the lads that represented Donegal so well in Clones in the U-21 Hurling Shield Final on Sunday.The Minor boys footballers finally return to action this week with two matches, both of which are at home. First up on Wednesday evening is a game against Cloughaneely and that is followed on Friday with a match against Milford.These are must win games if the lads are to progress to the latter stages of the League. The U-21’s have been paired with holders Naomh Conaill in the Preliminary round at home. The game is due to take place on Wednesday, July 13th. It’s a pity to play such an important competition when so many players are forced to foreign shores to find work for the summer as they go through college. The U-16’s began their Championship campaign at home to neighbours Termon on Monday evening. They had a convincing victory and will face MacCumhaills away in the next round next Monday (July 4th). The U-14 Div. 2 Boys footballers will travel to Downings this Wednesday for their next league game.The U-12 boys finished their league section with a 100% record after defeating neighbours Glenswilly comfortably on Friday evening and then the Gaels by 4-16 to 3-3 out at the Glebe on Monday. They will take on MacCumhaills in the final next Monday evening.The U-11 boys beat Glenfin in their final game by 6-09 to 5-03. They only lost 1 game in their section despite their whole team being underage again next year.They may well have a final against Gaoth Dobhair next week too.Our Summer Camps are now available for booking. We have Hurling & Camogie on July 18th – 22nd and Football on July 25th – 29th. Contact Anne Forde this week for bookings on 086-8342449. She will also be at the Friday and Sunday Academies to take bookings. Bookings need to be done this week for Hurling camp giveaway personalisation and next week for football. Cúl Camps are also back this year and they are on July 4th – 8th. Michael McGrath is co-ordinator and you can get him on 086-3717409.The girls U-12s travelled to Milford on Sunday for a blitz involving the hosts, Fanad and Glenswilly. St Eunan’s fielded two great teams and both sides played extremely well. The club wants to thank everyone at Milford for their organisation and hospitality on the day.The Sunday Morning U-10 Football Academy returns to its normal time of 11am this week. Tickets are on sale for our Club Development Draw that is being co-ordinated by Brian Kelly. If anyone wants to return tickets and money or help out, drop into Brian at the Washing Well or call him on 086-4188389. There was 3 winners in this week’s Lotto draw. They each matched 3 numbers and win €35 each. The numbers drawn were: 9-13-16-18 and this week’s winners are: Marjorie Morrison, Glebe Crescent; James Doherty (Buses) Churchill (both cards) and Noel O’Donnell, College Rd. (Adrian). Sympathy is extended to the Temple family Crievesmith on their recent loss and to the McFadden family, Gortlee.GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTES was last modified: June 28th, 2011 by gregShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:GAA: ST EUNAN’S CLUB NOTESlast_img

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