23 Burst results for "Nicosia"
The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"nicosia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"And I think also when you're in a place like Cyprus and particularly after you visit the museum there, you think, wow, this place has been around for a long time. Lots of folks have stepped forward here and left their mark. And this island and its texture is the result. So I thought that was pretty neat. And that's not something that's really top of mind when Cyprus is promoted through tourism media because they make most of their money through beach vacations. Right, sure. Well, it was funny because when you were talking about the fortress in southern Nicosia, I could have sworn that Audrey said Venetian in Daniel said phoenician and I couldn't tell if you were both saying the same thing or different things that it could be either one because they were both there..
The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"nicosia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"There is the issue of things like insurance and safety and it's been said that if you take a car with a plate from southern Cyprus onto the northern side, it may get vandalized and similarly if you bring a car from the northern side to the south. So it's really just not recommended. And we knew that most of our trip was going to be anchored by hiking destinations and require us to drive from place to place. So we thought if we ever go back to really more deeply explore more deeply, the northern side outside of Nicosia, we would probably just go to the north side of Cyprus exclusively. We rent a car there and do what we need to do with a northern cypress plated car. But here we add a little bit of amount of time with a southern plated cypress car. We said, we're not going to go over the border with this. It just really was not recommended. It seemed like it was tempting fate. And on top of that, when we rented the car at the airport and learned, he asked the person at the rental car office asked if we were planning on going to Northern Cyprus because the insurance on our car was not valid there. So you also need to make sure that you buy extra insurance. Okay. If you're going to go inside. I think the other thing that I'll note, we're having this conversation about cars getting vandalized. Honestly, never did we feel unsafe throughout this entire trip. Southern side, northern side, either side of Nicosia. It really, everyone was friendly. We felt safe the entire time. So it really was a non issue. I think it was, I think it's just a case of you do what the locals recommend you to do. And they don't recommend you to take a car from the south and to the north. Okay. Anything else you want to say about Northern Cyprus?.
The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"nicosia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Anything else we want to say about the cape Greco area. I see it's also an important area for migrating birds, but I don't know if winter is the time to see that. We did not see migrating birds at the time, but I mean, one thing that I would say is the area, it's a protected area or a national park. So bring your own water and bring your own food because there's not a lot of options there. So that's one thing we learned. Probably the hard way. We had to fight over a very small bag of nuts. That day. Then we went to Nicosia and there's plenty of restaurants there, so of course we could eat to our hearts to light and content. Yeah. Once you leave the resorts of ayanna behind, it becomes a little bit more remote, which is great because you want to be in nature. But there's not a lot of services out there. We found. Well, and it sounds like those are close enough that if you were looking for more of a resort vacation, but you wanted to add a hike. It would be easy to combine the two. Absolutely. I think that's the case with any of these destinations. And when we get to pothos, that's probably the best example of all, like there are not only beaches there, but there are archeological runes there. There are short hikes along the beach if you have a car, you can get access to other hills and hikes and tracks and things. So it gets pretty rich when you head out. Is that our next stop or where are we going next? Let's say after cape Greco, we went to Nicosia for three days. I think we mentioned already the archeological museum, as well as just wandering around the old town. There's a lot of small alleys as well as marble streets. So the old town is quite pretty. And there's also the remnants of a walled city. So you can actually walk around the old walls of the city on the Greek side. So you have that in terms of what feels like ancient history. It's expensive. Yeah. And then when you go over to the Turkish side, then you have things like caravanserais. And mosques and obviously more Turkish and Islamic type architecture. And the way that we did this, and in part, this was again because of the weather, but we had planned to do this is to at least spend a day on the Greek side and then plan to spend a day on the Turkish side. Okay. And it's relatively easy to make your way from one to the other. It looks a little imposing because there's actually a United Nations border green line that divides the city of Nicosia, which by the way, when you get there, this is a little surprising, maybe we didn't do our research. It's called lefkosia, Nicosia is by the locals. That's its local name. Is split. The city itself is split by the green line, and that green line effectively divides the nation in the Greek Cypriot side to the south and the Turkish Cypriot side to the north..
The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"nicosia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"Well, in the keep record is the furthest most eastern point on the south. The resort area that you mentioned that you did not go to is that west of. Or where is that? It's east of larnaca and west of California. So it's about ten, 15 minute distance from cape Greco. Okay, none of this being again, as you said, that far apart. Yeah. Right. It's a relatively compact island and maybe we'll get to this as we discussed the trajectory of our trip. But there are also fairly well-known beach areas to the west of larnaca as well. If you look at something that's of interest for us, we said, all right, how do we get the greatest breadth of this island? And the outdoors, given the weather circumstances and the flexibility that we have, how do we do that most effectively? And so that's why we ended up heading east and said, okay, you can drive an hour east to get to cape Greco, do what you need to do. And then it's just another hour and 15 minutes and boom with a car you're in the capital city of Nicosia. Excellent. So cape Greco, you describe the cape Greco areas where you were doing your hiking tell us, tell us more. So cape Greco is most famous for what they call the sea caves, which are basically limestone cliffs that are kind of being eroded away by the sea. So it has this dramatic overlook the waves crashing. And then there are also areas around there with lagoons, these crystal clear blue lagoons, and then also the trail continues past a church that's beautifully placed right on the sea's edge. And then we ended our trek or our hike on a beach, which was actually very nice to be, we didn't go in the water, but to be able to take off your shoes and walk in the sand in late December is very nice..
The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"nicosia" Discussed on The Amateur Traveler Podcast
"And this is something that's definitely, if you're not even if you don't, even if you don't enjoy watching television, turn the television on when your hotel, and there you'll hear Arabic, you'll hear Hebrew, you'll hear Greek, Italian, of course, English, and then all the Russians. And that gives you the role that cypress plays as a member of the European Union, but being kind of on the edge or an outpost of the most eastern outpost of the European Union. So that's fascinating, I think. And the two dominant cultures if you want to call it that is going to Greek and also Turkish. So the southern part of the country is more Greek, the northern part of the country is more Turkish influence. Excellent. And then of course there are also all the beaches. And then what kind of itinerary are you going to recommend for us? We might have a little bit of a non traditional itinerary because we were focused on being outside as much as possible. We came from Berlin winter. So which means very dark and cold. And these last two years, a lot of us have been focusing on our outside activities, yes, exactly. And also we love hiking anyways. So a suggested itinerary would be a combination of several hikes, including a couple of coastal hikes, and we can go into more detail on what we recommend for hiking, as well as visiting the mountains. And then combining that with visits to the capital city of Nicosia and there there's actually two sides. The capital city is still divided. So you can visit the southern side, which is the more Greek oriented side, or you can travel across the border for the day to the northern side. And then to end perhaps on the coast with some more hiking as well as visits to archeological sites. So of course, we traveled in of December and January. And so things like wineries were not necessarily available to us. And maybe we'll talk about this in the course of our discussion, but because it was off season. Yeah, it was off season. But the quality of wines and Cyprus surprisingly good. And the cuisine is, I wouldn't characterize it as particularly unique or uniquely spectacular. It's very much Greek on the Greek side, very much Turkish on the Turkish side, but the combination of the outdoors, the beaches, high quality wine, and generally decent food available, makes it a nice kind of rounded vacation or getaway that is one part outdoor, but also sort of culinary and cultural. So I think that's the thrust of the kind of vacation or getaway that we're advocating here. And one of the things that we did that we would also recommend to anyone visiting Cyprus or at least traveling around is to rent a car. Because the island is not particularly big, there is public transport, but the buses are not super frequent. So you're kind of challenged dealing with schedules. And we found that renting our own car was it was reasonably priced and also it allowed us a lot of flexibility..
The Post Millennial: Joy Reid May Lose 7pm Show in Next MSNBC Programming Shuffle
"Deeply concerned ladies and gentlemen That such a prolific voice of racism bigotry hatred and anti americanism Could well lose her job over at MS LSD something that I've been encouraging as a matter of fact Not because I don't believe in free speech but because see she is a vile bigot in my humble opinion Just my opinion And they write at post millennial so they're the source Peers at MSNBC host joy Reed may no longer have a show on the network this spring following a round of reshuffling President of news cycle media John Nicosia announced the news on Twitter Writing That a Comcast source said quote joy Reid will lose her 7 p.m. show in the next round of reshuffling at MSNBC according to a source at Comcast Her 7 p.m. show Right Not necessarily Thrown out by the network She does not have a show commit spring the source reportedly added decision has been made The only thing left is messaging on the move which will be ratings No you should say we proudly removed we proudly removed a cancer from our supposed profession and a body politic Nicosia continued on to state that while Reid has allied at Comcast I think he means allies at Comcast she's now viewed as being unmanageable by many There we go again with a white dominant society
The Naked Parent podcast
"nicosia" Discussed on The Naked Parent podcast
"To him. I okay and that's the very adjust. Shut maze south and hakim so tied and then after an our thirty minutes they will be done so i think that's the most difficult part nicosia home. He's still verba so he don't know what's the gossip cry. You can get an answer. What is there something about him. That i feel very or history or something that you know. I just don't know is just. That is a mommy instinct. That everything he cries just go the him. I stopped whatever i do but ever. I am doing that. Time of june slow. The begin had yelm and they conflict him so that he can feel that. I am on your side. Everything is struggling and he feels her. And i'm not sure if i'll get some negative feedback for this but for me. My child one of them didn't sleep at all. And i was like losing my mind because i could. I wasn't sleeping and my child crying at nights giving me anxiety. And what i started doing when i wasn't very at peace with myself was i'd put music on headphones on my baby because i just couldn't take anymore screaming so the the headphones helped to soften that and it gave me less anxiety and i could just kind of like hold my child and that was something that has got me through long crying spells. Because it's just that's another heartbreaking thing when your babies crying you're trying to help them so what's something that's that you're excited about right. Now what are you working on that. You're excited about well. Of course i've always negating for the fame way he will be able to speak essentially mean and at the same time. I am looking forward pool. I'm helped him to become independent beside on. its own. whatever he wants to be when he grew up. Of course. I was breaking with that. So now i can see a lot of improvement with him to therapies trefilov activity here audible through proper medication. Proper diane is a lot of improvement with him. And i'm very excited. Every day. that goes on. He gives us sufficing is lag. Sometimes he will just see breads octopus. And then if you will jog do that he repeated that of course we will not do that so a yeah they will That's good. I mean they're said that that we're looking forward so and excited about that. And how are you taking care of yourself. I always give vying for myself. Every it goes into a week of play. A denver may youngest breast feed him and then austerity that and be an athlete. The hover i find out that the-the-they just like A one hour two hours than another then thank for where then be again than household chores. So i make it a point that i still have some time for myself. So what do is a watch korean. Become less go. She can be. Let's play therapy. So it's like out when our so every thunders are okay. I'll just give myself a one hour week. I will watch a feature or accordion dram or a korean movie. Just for an art. So after that like flash oculus trying to get this. Go back the bud though. Yeah that's great. I'm glad you found something that that gives you a break. Yes so important.
The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"nicosia" Discussed on The Steve Matthes Show on RacerX
"And that's what bradshaw Has done a lot of flying. Yeah yep but he sold his planes. He kicks himself for selling. Yeah no absolutely. I think it's mainly just getting a little bit of a thrill to still get a bit of a thrill you know as a motorcar. Yeah the ultimate of that what we need that. That was another thing that i did. I did super moto. Yeah and i got hooked on that too and sliding on the pavement Was a rush. Really cool thing and i feel bad for the ktm guys. That always poached the works. By when i was when i was working for him. You know you re retail sales manager. I just. I got away from with murder. And i'd go race and i'd i'd win top tim contingencies. They write me a seat on their works. Bikes that's awesome. Yeah i've seen you mountain bike into at blue diamond stuff at times. The rule is livid a trail head. Yeah stir by out but it is a mountain. Bike is is cool. There's it's a quiet nece Solo thing for awhile and get the blood pumping. Yeah well chuck. Thanks for coming in. i appreciate it. I wanted to get you in studio. I knew you hear a lot. So thanks a talent for helping. Arrange this congratulations on all this. Success does nations national championship. Fantastic to give some of your story here today. So yeah Great to be here. Steve man could times. Thanks a lot Fly racing racer x podcast with jackson. Thanks for and everybody. Thanks for listening to the fly racing. Steve methodist show. Don't forget to check out some of our past shows including motorcross legends. Such as boy johnson. Look down in. My hand was coming over to the side. The tenants were jerking in weird places and my biggest disappointment danny store because that he never said sorry to danny and i were friends. And we've never talk cents. Four the five hundred events. David i fly to germany. Go down the stood guard. There's this little shop out the back of the mall factory. We are cylinders. Take them back and off. We go and you know. We're in nicosia cylinders battery park for a handful of years before anybody ever saw in production day mcgeer was all big pancake thing. And he's got the thing he's completely laying on the gas tank trying to miss his three and he would have gotten even harder jumped. farther petrie. hasn't been you know been there. Cain bobby i love the guy. I don't i think he's the greatest competitive sport ever had that absolutely one hundred percent in my mind. I firmly believe that statement. I said about these modern day guys in switzerland or belgium or forty five minutes on the same bike. You're not be crazy..
Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"nicosia" Discussed on Reality TV RHAP-ups: Reality TV Podcasts
"I would say take that out and there was a sense of like gladiator and like exacted sentence off and there was like an interesting like mentality going into it but i just think like doing that in week. Seven to go into finale week for that would be a little painful. We kind of take the wind out of the sales. What has been such a high off days even like kind of added to the fire of all-stars which was like more mellow and way more stable. I feel like just like stop dragging out what it's been like as saying we had three episodes here that will like so different from each other. It was like three weeks in one week. And i think to do that. We'll just kind of just soft the life out of the to a degree. So whatever doing. I hope it's one and i hope it's small no matter what is pump the brakes. They literally doing sentiments in. He say he's going to go to jury. Bella you want it to have that intense and by making Pumping it cannot be a positive right now. Other than yeah. I mean we said before like the jury right out is probably one of the more acceptable uses of nicosia. But even that is like. I mean i take it. Take it on a fifteen minute. Monday night for sure. I just don't think they're doing that with the jury number that we have. Because if it's gonna be a final two then we're going down to eight during the final. Two maybe they think that Futures easy to follow because scenery strategies. Lot mosquitoes much credit. And and everybody steak his jurists. Yeah well my question is did told chelsea meant to be a juror because.
"nicosia" Discussed on Joseyphina's World
"Once upon a time there was a hideout which served as a safe haven for everyone who signed up to use the place it was open. Twenty four seven carrying and holding all in anything that was brought in. No one bothered to find out how the place was faring. Whether it was in good shape or needed some maintenance all they cared about was if the place was available to dump their goods because they have always known the place to be strong and steady they never for once thought it could one day fall apart even when it started to run down. No one paid much notice because as long as they have known the place it had always stood the test of time. It was almost inconceivable that they would wake up one day to find it not there. But that's exactly what happened. Everyone felt partially guilty about the predicament. They're safe haven because they were too self centered to notice it falling apart right before they're very is there. Strong tower was broken and they had no idea how to fix it. This is what mostly happens to. The people deem are strong friends. They are always there for us seeing us through the thick and thin lending as their shoulder heirs to lean on and harris out. We've become used to the thought that they would always be there for us. Such that we subconsciously begin to feel entitled to their time and devotion become our goto sounding board. They here and taken all the hurt and bitterness viewing from us and they're soft words and understanding hart's comments down in nicosia beyond our immediate pain image credit nappy but we tend to forget that they are as human as we are with a heart not an inanimate canvas created to take our frustrations without any consequences they get scarred as we do having to relive the harsh words narrated to them having to swallow them so as not to hate those. Who have offended us as well as empathize with us through it all. It's tough we are likely to forget that they have feelings. As well as delicate as our own like everyone else they have their own demons to fight their own insecurities to battle with and their own doubts still overcome. They say experiences the best teacher and they learn best through the experience of others. because are everyone's pillar. No one is. There's when they crumble. They do so hard. Everyone's surprise so after you are done emptying your soul of all the frustrations that has thrown your way. Take a pause and find out how he or she is doing as well. It's very likely you'd hear the words on fine probe a little harder. Maybe she will open up. Maybe he won't but at least you tried you ask them that would mean a lot to him slash her then try again and again. You only have a friend in them. They would find a friend in you to even the strongest person gets hurt. Sometimes even the strongest tower can get broken. Remember that copyright josephine on allocco twenty twenty one..
The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"nicosia" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"It nick. Sabin listen to his doctor. When he said drew brees not going to be healthy he had to leave the nfl. You don't get the quarterback right no matter your defense is good. Offense is good. Your wide receivers are good. If your quarterback is not good it does not matter. It's just that simple. That's the name of the game. Urban meyer. I just don't quite understand this like this. Isn't college man. you drafted this guy. Number one overall. You're paying thirty five million dollars. Guaranteed like he just name him. The starter the trevor lawrence. You're starting quarterback. He refuses and amos starting quarterback which i understand in college. If you're coaching ohio state your coaching at florida. You don't never had a starter before you have multiple guys battling for the job. I completely get it. But it's like what. What are we talking about your team's not going to be that good. You had the number one overall pick on the guy that was anointed the next andrew luck four years ago. Just name him. The fucking starting quarterback. I think menchu's fine but what are we talking about here man. Why is it always difficult. You know it's it's not that complicated right. Just he's starting to say it won't kill anybody won't team big advantage or disadvantage. Just say it type stuff is just what a waste of your energy. The houston texans. Nicosia zero to me reminds me a lot of Patricia mangini they just think they can be the ballot check in asshole and it works for bill and it worked for parcels. They had a rings on their fingers. They had equity caserio. I saw someone tweet this the other day. They're like the last two. Gm's with texans. Rick smith who was there before i think with kubiak. Then obviously bill o'brien when he watched practice used to stand behind the defense. I think he was a defensive player. May might have been corner. Some safety in when i go to nine or practice john lynch stands behind the defense. They're comfortable. They're gm's usually stand on the behind the offense or the defense but usually behind the because coaching staff on the.
MMA Junkie Radio
"nicosia" Discussed on MMA Junkie Radio
"Time for november. But dana was asked about this in houston. Says we've talked to new york weekdays. We're going to be all right. Because new york defines indoor activity as sports and entertainment as well as dining and a broadway show or a supermarket. Whatever and they were going to actually have a vaccine like mandate or something like that and so channel would say look. I'm not anti tax. I'm just waiting for fda approval. But i think. I mentioned this last week here on the show that i looked into it. And let's look at. The approval was close. At least on the fis vaccine. So i think that vital be okay in november. If it doesn't happen it can in december a couple of weeks later. Because like i said the dnc as a december paper scheduled as well but anyway sounded confident that we're going to get the fight one way or another all right man so anyway. That was our. You'll see to sixty five recap like go said. Thank you very much for being with us for the watch along this past saturday. We're hoping to squeeze one maurienne before you'll see to sixty six which is september twenty fifth and that fight card is a got two title fights valentinus. Shit go against lauren murphy. We also have alexander Against brian ortega headed to phoenix without one and the return of the ads nicosia's fights robbie lawler. We're gonna try to squeeze one more watch along when we have the details Official will let you now. It'll be at the end of august. I don't wanna leave it at that for now but yeah. Thank you very much for hanging on saturday night. And thank you as always for your sport. You can follow me on social media on at mma junkie. George is at the goes. The radio show is at enemy junkie. Radio follows there on twitter and instagram. And check out our other work that we do on our youtube channel youtube dot com slash junkie video. All right folks. We'll see while on thursday noon eastern nine. Am pacific for another edition of after radio blocked there and you champion.
The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"nicosia" Discussed on The Herd with Colin Cowherd
"Hit a boiling point and his last interview that he did with us at the end of the season it was clear they had a lot of concerns and he was not all in and then that continued to escalate. And that's where we're at you know there's many that say yeah. Well you got the contract. You sat down contract but he also has no trade clause and that was very intentionally negotiated in and now he's got some leverage because you can't just train them anywhere he has to sign off on it so it's gotta be a team that he wants to go to and it's going to give the texans favorable terms. Nicosia is a really smart guy and he is not going to just you know except the low ball offer. No it's got to be fair. It's gotta be what he thinks to shawn's worth which is the three first round. Traffic's substantial players. Look to make this a really franchise you know you losing your franchise quarterback where you want to get something great back in return and i understand that perspective everybody really honestly sort of just looking out for their own interests and there's agendas here and that's not really anything negative other than it's just. What would you expect. Texans have to look for themselves to sean for himself and sort of these other teams. 'cause they're doing their due diligence. They're doing a lot of work on this including philadelphia eagles. They're doing a lot of research into the sean situation. And the miami. Dolphins remained interested as well. And i expect the list of suitors to grow depending on how these quarterbacks look with these other teams. Who will who will. Who will who will be their quarterback. If it's not to sean this year tyrod taylor's. Qb one you have a relationship with the head coach going back. Today's in baltimore..
"nicosia" Discussed on First Take
"Fifty thousand for every day was absent from camp watson still wants to be traded by the texans a stance that has remained unchanged since the start of the offseason watson. I asked to be traded in january after the entire nicosia as their gm now less than two months later the first twenty three lawsuits filed against watson the now twenty two active lawsuits alleged sexual assault..
The Sean Salisbury Show
"nicosia" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"Guys as we get into this. I want to talk to a strain one. Second the one one little detail that we've discussed a lot of different scenarios for the texans into shawn watson why he made the brilliant move the smart move to show up to camp because now he's these speeding up the hand of the texans one way or the other. You're gonna play me while i'm here. You're gonna sit me and you have to answer for it or you're going to give yourself the best chance to win our. You're gonna adhere to my trade my trade requests and call somebody. The question is are they making teams have to pay so much during a situation that the legal part is not settled that they're basically telling everybody we don't want to trade him but we're going to make a high offer or they make it at high in order to say well. We tried this week. Couldn't get this from anybody. So we had to trade him for two number ones and to a player to let the fan base. No hey we tried to keep him man but we we. We tried to trade him at first because he wanted out but nobody was willing to give us fair value and so we either gonna keep him for the ones that don't want him and you keep him or the other side is do we do. We aim high. Couldn't get it so in order for us to move forward. We had to take this so they can salvage the fence. Why did you give him up for two number ones is it. If that's the case. So the shawn watson thing. How badly in honestly. I really wish that you're your fly on the wall. And you get with david kelly and and get with him pep hamilton. Tim kelly nicosia. And the you could put easter be in the meeting. If you want cow mcnair the six or seven decision makers interim and say. I wonder what they'd save. He said what should we do with our team at quarterback. I wonder privately what the majority would rule i will. I would think if you're pep hamilton. David color you're saying. Are you telling me that we have a chance to keep him and that we can convince them that you'll play here..
The Sean Salisbury Show
"nicosia" Discussed on The Sean Salisbury Show
"It's one of their best move that they can make because of the talent level is their best move like and i wouldn't blame them one bit like because we see nick caserio. That's my question on him. To is. He comes from the most cutthroat guy in football. Like for bella check. It's strictly about business. he will take. I mean he had a literal murderer. One point does that rub off onto caserio at all. Like how does that work. You can't help you can't help. But be around somebody twenty years and take on some of their characters lines. You can't in a marriage. Your kids that are around you end up going into the same career. At times you do take on similar personality traits. It'd be impossible to stay in a situation two decades for the and learning from the best in the world at it and not saying to yourself. I got to adopt some of those philosophies. Now you add your spin to it. Your personality but nick caserio. His career has been shaped by bill. Check his mentor period. So of course he's gonna take. I would imagine some of the cutthroat business and if cow says will. We don't know what's going to happen to your nicosia. You say well. We don't know what's going to happen and we're not moving him or we're not sure if it's going to happen at twenty twenty two twenty twenty two thousand. We play him in twenty twenty one if the legal has not come about that guy said above most of our grades and we say well right now. He's a football player. who's under contract..
"nicosia" Discussed on Mo Egger
"You look at those winning streaks that we've seen over the past month and a half you know the catalyst behind those winning streaks nick castanos who was the guy getting big hits late in games nicosia's he's out don't know when he's coming back. David bell still probably thinks he might have him in the starting lineup tomorrow night. Just you know. I think we're just we're holding out. Hope we're going to. We're going to see if nick can hold a bat when he comes in on friday and i will just make our decision.
#01 - Gestão ou Técnica
"nicosia" Discussed on #01 - Gestão ou Técnica
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The Sean Salisbury Show
Reeling Texans Hire David Culley as Head Coach
"I joining us now. Dan were grateful all this crazy news. He's nfl network. Insider are insider here on the shots house ratio rap sheet on twitter. Join syrian rap. Forty and. Welcome in against great to have your. Let me start by saying not. Well you everything and nothing. Unfortunately we'll get to david kelley in a second but he's having his introductory press conference today in town mcnair and jack easterby are not showing up right y because nicosia aerial runs football operations. And make sure it will be sitting there with david kelly to answer questions And my guess is based on my understanding of the texans situation that is going to continue You know obviously jack. Easterby has not to my knowledge of lease stunning interview since he has been in houston. His role has changed dramatically over that time to hear from him. And i assume that we will. I just don't know that it's going to be any time soon But honestly like for a good franchise. This is the way it should be. You know when you have major football decisions you should be hearing from the person in charge of football and that nick caserio And i expect him to take the reigns and run with it both today And in the future. Nick should be their social cal. So so is this normal. I mean when's the last time. An owner of some sort wasn't in a press conference for a new coach. Sixty five years old getting his first chance on a franchise. It's in disarray. Why wouldn't the owner show up and and put his arm around him and show support I think because this is. I wanna say this is not me from sources. This is just speculating. Right anything of the situation You know the comic neighbors there for the higher of 'cause cereal. He essentially appointed nick kishiro to run football and now that they've made the most significant football decision under knicks regime. He is going to be the one answering questions. Is it normal It's about half and half. I would say sometimes. The owner is there during press conferences to announce the coach. Sometimes they are not this situation. Obviously a little different. Because you know there's controversy and the owner is very involved in it right like caused it really So you know having him there. Answer questions i think would for those of us me included. Who'd like to hear from him. I wish he was there I'm not sure it helps the organization so muddy things up and from someone who was clearly not comfortable in front of the camera. not good at it I'm sure there'll be a time when he will answer questions. I'm not sure how it helps anyone. Deliver clear message with him being there entering questions about it today.
Monocle 24: The Urbanist
Tall Stories Presents Eleftheria Square, Nicosia
"Eleftheriou Square was never square it was actually a breach not connected the Old City with the modern city although if they ask where were never actually square biki events happened there air during the twentieth century some of these events had their significant historical and political importance there were protests there were also oh police got rallies and most recently became an area for people to gather and make facilities and sports events so you to it's important position in the center of the Old City of Cyprus you've got people every now and then to celebrate the bridge something so in the conscious of most of the people and mainly the people living in Nicosia was a square the fact that the there is a lack of public space in every scene Cyprus and this is also the case for Nicosia I think that this led the authorities to who consider the redesign of this bridge as a square in order to provide an important public space which has a significant importance for the people and I think they still this competition as an opportunity to provide the public space where didn't exist before the competition took place in two thousand five it was the first international architectural competition for Cyprus until then all copetition uh-huh were for local architects this was the first time that an international competition took place and this fact signifies thing that the local authorities thought that this product 'cause one year earlier Cyprus joined the EU so there was this notion in the atmosphere sphere that we're now joining the European Union family we want to proceed to words that direction so we want to do let's say promote more modern and the more Western let's say profile have been was still alive when care of his won the competition Titian back in two thousand five and what the report of the jury mentioned about her proposal is that the proposal stunts out for storage analogy it's contemporary style as well as for the successful creation of an uninterrupted flow between the areas within and outside the Old City this project pays also respect to the Venetian walls because the design from Zaka architects was that the square somehow it's form echoes the form of the bus John Davila which is next tweet when the proposals to the competition where displayed publicly weekly I saw that there was a public debate started about if this project is what we need a displease in February two thousand twelve the construction started sh and it was supposed to finish two years later now we're seven years later rates are in two thousand thirteen a major financial crises she'd Konami of the country this hut caused also some delays relates the project but at the same time everyone realized this project done by a prestigious office based in London an international office many technical challenges and technologies that were never before tested in Cyprus so this has caused of course a delay there were many delays because all the financial crises close the lack of money because of the technical complications and now we're at the final stage maybe we are some months before its final completion s crystal Pasha's said in a recent interview crystals push east from Zaha Hadid architects the project manager from the office you salsa recently said in an interview that this project was the longest executing projects he has done in the office and they have done many many project so far much more complex much bigger but although he said that it was a very tough procedure the long procedure he's feeling very optimistic that this project has also so brought a new era in Cyprus and your way of constructing thinks in Cyprus his confident that when he called the public people will embraced if God didn't want the project if another artistic project with another project I'm more or less sure that similar debatable be around it if it's the right thing to do if we need the square there or if it's forum it's okay if the material it's fine like we see similar cases in many cities in Europe where you have strong historical presence in the city and he's he's trying to do something new rednecks tweets in my opinion we have seen in many cases in history many projects that hug significant importance phones in the local societies although there were criticised lots during construction the final outcome and the final conclusion was made after after people and the local society starts to using so I guess that this also goes for three years square it doesn't matter so much to talk talk about the statistics about materiality about design about history as long as the project still not functioning to I guess wait for the project to finish and then start using it and then let it become part of our life and then we can make our own
Gary and Shannon
UK scientist found on Greek island fell from height
"Another dead Dr in Greece please Sir looking for a thirty five year old British astrophysicist and they have found a body in a ravine on the Greek island of a Correa the body was discovered by a volunteer one of dozens of people who are looking in the search of the woman Natalie Christopher is an astrophysicist from London who resides on Nicosia and was reported missing by her partner after she failed to return from or what are run on Monday morning this is weird because if you remember there was an American scientist who stand Eaton who was killed on a different Greek island but also after reportedly having gone out for a jog they don't know if this was foul play if she died of some natural causes
Peacekeepers in Cyprus push for safe and secure environment across whole divided island
"This is Matt wells you a news, establishing goodwill between Greek and took a sip rates through activities that involve children, women and the elderly blue helmets with the UN peacekeeping force in Cyprus or unforeseen, a working towards a BI zonal bi-communal, federated state to ensure a future where the whole of the island can live in a safe and secure environment, says force commander, Major General, Cheryl, piss the mission was established in nineteen sixty four to prevent fighting between the two communities on the Mediterranean island. And in the absence of a political settlement continues to maintain ceasefire lines into buffer zone. Just ahead of the international day of peace. Keepers monks on Wednesday may general Pierce spoke to Julia dean from the UN information center in Australia. Well, for us in Cyprus where we made our polls just either thousand personnel will one of the smallest pacekeeping missions and all of that, just either eight hundred military for which I'm the fourth commander, I work to the special Representative of the secretary general and together we knew. Stint that I ensure the security instability in the buffer zone and tonight, will I along lasting political solution to be addenda find. And when I talk about what is the buffer zone. It's really a nuanced in complex triple bland covers one hundred ninety kilometers from west to east seven Fisher crossing points is probably know why then a straight suites in some parts, and that's in Nicosia right up to seven kilometers. You now the areas we have very much like stone predicting billion SRI protecting pace. And we do that in a number of saintly, different wise and this one amaze oppose commander and also as mission is a hall to reduction Logan engagement, which is actually my mind if it is a force command, the we're in an armed force, and we have militarized opposing forces north and south on the north. We have the Turkish mainland army, and the Turkey Ciprian security, forces and on the southern side, we have the Greeks. Pre at national God. But the Orland is actually quite a militarized islands. I have a strong engagement plan. And with the commanders of the opposing forces in way, mate Neely every six weeks, and then this is mirrored again, by commodities on the ground across the sectors. It really are to, to ensure that way deescalate the tensions that are air. And we are the only why the two signs don't communicate we check which other way facilitate all the information from north to south and south to north. So then engage plan is significant, and that depends highly on trust, doesn't it? Yes, trust. We took about that every time we might and we took about from a military really thinks when we talk about mutual respect trust. Impartiality transparency and a really fi console net for both sides, because it is what we do is military that separates it from the political, we'll very. Careful to keep the divide separate of the wines. It can be we can get caught in the political environment, which undermines the trust and impartiality on the military sign so that's sort of be the case. And that happens right down to the lowest level. And now we have a man that we have to report my license, and so that engagement, we need to really hold on. When we when we have these violations violations to talk about that could be either manning of the checkpoints that could be moved forwards into the buffer zone night could be escalation with weapons biz in number of different activities, e this on could do that would create a violation and then way report out through to New York on a daily basis and stopped to building to the secretary general's report, and we have a mandate renewal every six months. So the actions of the housing forces gets captured and reported, which. Then leads into the political dialogue and the opportunities for the sides to try and identify way going forward. What about the civilian populations does the ministry heavily as on with the, the civilians as well. Look, we do talk about protection side. I as we talked about my time security and stability in order to return to normal conditions L actual, Botha's Zayn here on the island is not ice sterile office. Sign like between north and South Korea. It's actually used for farming and some of its permitted, we do it through a payment system, but a majority is not permitted farming, which creates esscalation and ferocity to try to defuse that we got to the actual physical protection. We escort we have pilgrimages gun coming into the buffer zone. They have they seek to do these Puga midges back to the mosques and churches to hold religious services on a regular basis in for that we school. Them. We escort the mean and we provide that support to them. But when I talk about supporting civilians, we have a lot of communal and a lot of activities. Karen, the buffet Zayn unbound, establishing the goodwill between the great secrets and Turkish Cypriots in the intent of trying to work towards a, a Visayas by communal federated state and for that to occur. We have to mind time and really work towards creating bottom up swallow a bike mean like TV's and for that what actively involved in creating a sense of the side, insecure environment for which for the is to occur Anaya care in the buffer zone, quite regulate that will plan, we, it's dumb with us as force. We have the ample the place. But also, we have civilian staff, we do the facilitation with municipalities north end south to coordinate, the diplomatic community also actively gets involved sponsors, a lot of these activities, these activities with children's side. They EM's Watson children's activities fundraise for the very young and for their parents and then through to mainly through sport on all of the school. But now there's a lot to do with science and stem, and spice and an educational activities. And then we will say by Pistone. It's a focus on the next generation really trying to that younger community, working together because it curriculum by signs is actually justed to make their I narrative, and so coming together through ball community allowing them to engage provides an environment where it's not by what is said, but is by the actions and working with your position on the old Lee we do a lot with the elderly. But also, we do a lot with the women giving them a voice and trying to generate opportunities where that can be a voice for chine Jin. They do a lot through women's walks. We get together in charge them. You. UN copy lading. It's about Priscilla touching both sides to find ideas and wasteful. Would you have an example of what inspires you with the people that you weekly space Capers, but grind berry? What spies may that Ahmad force? It's here unite that trained in their own national army air force on ninety and trying to say their country, they're not been selected by the country represent the UN. And it says we come together as an international community to, to serve the UN and to support the outcomes in Cyprus to ensure that they have a future where the whole of the Arlen can leave in I in a secure environment as Cypriots is a whole, and of course the day, the peacekeeping dies Edyta reflect on those who full them. What are your professional and personal reflections on this very similar very similar to that of what Tom and spies me about my forces that you try and all of your career, to be country? And then you. Elected by your country to at the UN, which is writer than a national outcome meets it's global response to, to conflicts around the globe, where we are coming together to support the country that wearing end to represent the UN is rule privilege. And I certainly don't take lightly and the bar is that we work in and this is, you know, towards the budget of fallen environments. We work in our complex, and the is it applied the ultimate sacrifice. My heart goes out today to their families. You know, we try and for these environment, we understand the risks it's families that a left and, you know, Laura people think the UN is only as now is less than one the environment that we work in is benign. It's not it is complex. It is risky. And we continue to fight Kosonen trying to create stable environments for the for the host nation will continue to work. The UN is working in action for pacekeeping and women. Stikes missions in my focus is on the continual, nip professionalization of the force training environment, which we work in and end to lead by example with good command and that's to ensure the way, reduce the deaths where possible in missions. They'll always be environments, wherein, but might show that there are no unnecessary deaths through poor training or actions. But inherently, you know, we said country we serve the UN and the and the environments. We in our risky and complex.
European election is breaking taboos in Cyprus
"Yes, he Hillary crosses the buffer zone that divides the northern part of Cyprus from the south every day on the campaign trail. He's sixty years old, fluent Turkish and creek and famous throughout the island for his country bution to create peace. I as a professor author and filmmaker now as a politician to cause, in Iraq is the only candidate in these elections, who's visiting the whole country will try to get something better for generation small island. Why not? If we don't arrive at peace. Nothing is secure, what you're living right now to divide islands is a conflict herds, which you don't know what's going to happen tomorrow. At the end of may fifty polling stations will be installed along the buffer zone or the green line, so that northern supreme can vote in the European elections. The Turkish Republic of northern Cyprus is only recognized by the Anchorage government, the international community officially regards this territory as part of the Greek-Cypriot Republic, and therefore, part of the European Union, though ULA suspended. They're almost one hundred thousand acre separates, hold a European passport and zilla excess attitudes to, what's the e you are changing. Rectory EU, like Norring or being the some to now this if my candidacy SIMS to be changing it. Discover gain where European identity, and they want to mobilize this time. Shea. Cairo today is campaigning from Augusta a coastal town about one hour east of Nicosia in the Turkish part of the island he's a candidate for a Cal. The main Greek-Cypriot position party, 'cause erects goals, bringing both communities together and fighting against nationalism. Not only in Cyprus, but all over the EU. In a small side wrote close to the main musk forty students sitting on wooden benches drinking gin and tonics and focusing on one topic. The EU considerate is not only campaigning for his own party. He wants to remind young Turkish-Cypriots that they are part of the EU to five years ago during the two thousand fourteen elections to the European parliament only two thousand five hundred people from the north cast, a vote, that's less than three percent of those eligible to do, so I have never wooded on the European parliament elections before because I didn't quite know that we could even wrote to be honest, and, like, we didn't know anybody, because it was always from the other side. Now there's someone who's actually understanding on this, sending the yield on this, then what difficulties we are actually dealing with? And how we want actually be in part of the EU and Europe in the row, they don't really know us and. He can present us and show them who we are ever since Turkey invaded the north of the island more than forty years ago. Turkish separates have been isolated from the rest of the EU the border with the south only opened in two thousand and three the island's division is part of the everyday life.