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Wintershall Noordzee successfully develops 3rd Sillimanite well

first_img Wintershall Noordzee 3rd Sillimanite well. (Credit: Wintershall Holding GmbH.) Wintershall Noordzee B.V. (a 50:50 Joint Venture of Wintershall Dea GmbH and Gazprom EP International B.V.) has successfully drilled the Sillimanite South field discovery well and directly converted it into a development sidetrack. It was the third well drilled in sequence after the two Sillimanite Unit field development wells were successfully brought into production earlier this year. Wintershall Noordzee is currently finalizing the hook-up activities to the D12-B production platform situated close to the Anglo-Dutch border in Dutch territorial waters. From there, the produced gas will be transported via the Neptune operated D15-A production platform, through the NGT gas transportation system to shore.“It is without a doubt a unique achievement of Wintershall Noordzee, Maersk Drilling, and our many supply-chain and Joint Venture partners to develop this exploration well into a production well in one flow,” says Robert Frimpong, Managing Director of Wintershall Noordzee B.V. “The covid-19 pandemic has not stopped us or slowed us down. Our clear goal was to deliver, and that is exactly what we have done. We maintained focus, concentrated on getting the job done, but most of all we kept everyone involved safe and healthy especially under these covid-19 circumstances. An excellent example of perseverance, teamwork and collaboration in difficult circumstances.”With the finalization of this third well, drilling activities on the Dutch Continental Shelf have come to a temporary standstill. With the increasingly challenging environment in the mature Southern North Sea, new exploration activities are at a record low. Improving the investment climate is therefore crucial to secure the continued success of the Dutch E&P sector. It requires improved framework conditions that encourage and support continued exploration, development, and sustenance of infrastructure essential to the energy transition. “There is still potential in the Dutch North Sea, but the conditions and circumstances need to change rapidly.,” says Robert Frimpong.The unitized Sillimanite gas field stretches across the UK and the Dutch continental shelves in licence block 44/19a on the UK side and blocks D12a and D12b on the Dutch side. A Treaty between the UK and Dutch governments entered into force in July 2018. The Sillimanite South prospect is located entirely in block D12a. Both Sillimanite and Sillimanite South gas fields are producing from sandstone reservoirs of Carboniferous age at a depth of approximately 3700 m below sea level.The Sillimanite South Joint Venture partners are: EBN B.V. (50%), Neptune (10.5%) and operator Wintershall Noordzee B.V. (39.5%). Source: Company Press Release Wintershall Noordzee is currently finalizing the hook-up activities to the D12-B production platform situated close to the Anglo-Dutch border in Dutch territorial waterslast_img read more

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FINE & COUNTRY LAUNCH IN LINCOLNSHIRE

first_imgHome » News » Agencies & People » FINE & COUNTRY LAUNCH IN LINCOLNSHIRE previous nextAgencies & PeopleFINE & COUNTRY LAUNCH IN LINCOLNSHIREThe Negotiator3rd November 201601,030 Views Fine & Country Lincoln launched its new office on 8th September and David Lindley, CEO of Fine & Country cut the ribbon on the day.The Lincoln office will still specialise in the sale of country and village homes, now covering a vast area of the county, from Colsterworth up to the area north of Lincoln, and east of the A1 at Newark right to the coast.The office is in Navenby, a bustling village in between Grantham and Lincoln.The new office, a ‘stand alone’ Fine & Country, is owned by Matthew Brouwer MRICS, Chartered Surveyor, who says, “After a successful few years in business, we have incorporated the existing Grantham office into Lincoln giving us a county-wide position.“We feel that moving to a strategically located office in the heart of the county will increase visibility and accommodate our growing client base and portfolio of individual and character properties offered for sale.”“Under the Fine & Country brand we can offer our clients professional photography and brochures, national advertising in The Sunday Times, The Times and The Telegraph, a dedicated design studio and PR team and a direct route to the London market through the Park Lane showroom,” says Stephen Binder, who has worked at Fine & Country Grantham for five years and has joined the move to the new office.fine & country Fine & Country launch Fine & Country Lincolnshire November 3, 2016The NegotiatorWhat’s your opinion? Cancel replyYou must be logged in to post a comment.Please note: This is a site for professional discussion. Comments will carry your full name and company.This site uses Akismet to reduce spam. Learn how your comment data is processed.Related articles Letting agent fined £11,500 over unlicenced rent-to-rent HMO3rd May 2021 BREAKING: Evictions paperwork must now include ‘breathing space’ scheme details30th April 2021 City dwellers most satisfied with where they live30th April 2021last_img read more

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USA: ONI’s Nimitz Operational Intelligence Center Holds Change of Command Ceremony

first_img View post tag: Intelligence USA: ONI’s Nimitz Operational Intelligence Center Holds Change of Command Ceremony View post tag: center View post tag: Ceremony View post tag: change View post tag: Nimitz View post tag: operational View post tag: holds View post tag: Naval May 13, 2014 Capt. Nicholas Homan assumed command of the U.S. Nimitz Operational Intelligence Center in a change of command ceremony at the U.S. Office of Naval Intelligence (ONI), May 9. View post tag: Command View post tag: ONI View post tag: Navy View post tag: News by topic Homan relieved Capt. Andrea Pollard, who will join the staff of the Deputy Chief of Naval Operations (DCNO) for Information Dominance as foreign liaison officer.Rear Adm. Elizabeth Train, ONI’s commander, presided over the ceremony. She cited the many accomplishments of the Nimitz Center under Capt. Pollard’s command and commended her for her leadership.“You and your team have done your mission exceptionally well, and for this I am extremely grateful. Our Navy and our nation are well-served under your command,” she said.The Nimitz Operational Intelligence Center is one of four centers of excellence that are distinct commands subordinate to ONI. Its mission is to create decisional advantage for naval and national leaders through in-depth knowledge of the global maritime environment. More than 500 military and civilian intelligence professionals support naval operations and maritime activities worldwide.Vice Adm. Ted Branch, director of Naval Intelligence and deputy chief of Naval Operations for Information Dominance, was the ceremony’s principal speaker. He praised the professionalism of the men and women who serve at the Nimitz Center.“Time and again you have helped Nimitz earn its reputation as the Navy’s center of excellence for operational and strategic analysis. Through your day to day actions, you provide that timely and relevant analysis to Navy and joint decision makers, the analysis they need to make the tough calls,” he said.Pollard joined in the praise of the Nimitz staff as she was relieved of command by Homan.“I am turning over to you the finest, most expert, mission-focused, loyal group of intelligence professionals in the business,” she said.Homan served on the Joint Chief’s of Staff J5 as an Afghanistan/Pakistan Hand before assuming command of the Nimitz Center. He also served as commanding officer of the Navy Information Operations Command (NIOC) and as chief of the Signals Intelligence/Information Operations Division at the Joint Special Operations Command.Homan urged the professionals of the Nimitz Center to maintain a healthy work-life balance and keep a sharp focus on their responsibilities to the Navy and nation.“The nation remains at war and the road ahead will be filled with challenges but we will travel it together and I look forward to the journey,” Homan said. [mappress]Press Release, May 13, 2014; Image: US Navy Back to overview,Home naval-today USA: ONI’s Nimitz Operational Intelligence Center Holds Change of Command Ceremony Authorities Share this articlelast_img read more

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Owners Make Pitch for Six-Story Condo Complex Next to Flanders

first_imgTHE HISTORYClayton Heckler, president of Select Properties of Colmar, Pa., said he purchased the property as an investment about three years ago.He said he then looked at all options. including a hotel and retail, ultimately deciding that residential property would be the only one that would sell.“You realized you made a bad decision, and you want us to bail you out,” Planning Board member Marc Shuster said.Russell Trier bought the Ocean City property, used as a parking lot for the Flanders and public, in 2003 and with partner Joe Ernst won approvals for the Soleil Hotel & Spa in 2009. But the investors never found the financing to complete the project.The property has remained as a parking lot ever since.The last hotels to be built in Ocean City were the Biscayne and Watson’s Regency in 1990, said RE/MAX Realtor Damon Bready, who has worked to market The Soleil.“If a hotel were going to work on this site, it would have been done already,” he said. An architect’s drawing shows how The Soleil might appear if constructed on a property between the Flanders Hotel, the Ocean City Boardwalk and the 1100 block of Ocean Avenue in Ocean City, NJ. THE PROJECTArchitect Bruce Englebaugh showed the board plans for a six-story complex that includes a four-deck parking garage, outdoor showers, a deli/restaurant, a rental/sales office, a lobby, a pool and an exercise facility.The four-bedroom units would cover 1,570 square feet and the few three-bedroom units would be 1,175 square feet.On the Boardwalk skyline, he said The Soleil (at 74 feet tall) would step down from the Flanders (at 117 feet) to the Surf Mall to the south.The property covers 1.98 acres. THE PITCHNicholas Talvacchia, an Atlantic City attorney representing Select Properties, told the board that the property has been unsuccessfully marketed for years as a hotel site — a use first approved in a  June 2005 redevelopment plan.The property includes a deed restriction that requires the owner to maintain 152 parking spaces for the Flanders Hotel. The requirement forces construction of a parking deck, if a developer hopes to use any substantial portion of the property for a building. Talvacchia said obtaining financing for a hotel in Ocean City’s seasonal market (absent a nearby interstate highway and absent a convention center) is not feasible.“What’s left is a condominium project,” Talvacchia said.He said owners envision 92 units individually owned as second homes or investment properties. The complex would include a lobby area, a deli/restaurant and a pool. He suggested that individual owners could rent the units by the week or even by the weekend.“It’s the ideal product for families who want to visit Ocean City,” he said. “Guests will come and spend money in Ocean City.”He said the condominium owners would likely use their properties in the off-season, further helping local merchants. And he said the 92 new properties could bring substantial tax revenue to the city.The transient traffic could bring economic vitality to Ocean City from what was an empty lot, he suggested.His request: that the Planning Board allow a straight residential use for the property.That change would require the  board to approve a change in the redevelopment plan and the City Council to pass a corresponding ordinance.center_img Owners of a parking lot adjacent to the Flanders Hotel gave the Ocean City Planning Board a look at plans for what they hope will become a six-story building housing 92 condominium units.Select Properties, Inc., made an informational presentation to the board on Wednesday. The company ultimately hopes to get permission to sell 88 four-bedroom units and four three-bedroom units to individual buyers.An existing redevelopment plan for The Soleil at 11th Street and Ocean Avenue approves a similarly sized building for use as a hotel and spa — a project that never got off the ground for lack of financial viability.Planning Board Solicitor Gary Griffith emphasized that the presentation was neither an application for approval nor a request to adjust the existing redevelopment plan.“The board is going to listen and that’s all that’s going to get done,” Griffith said.He said the presentation was just “the first step in what could be a long and interesting process” that would include review by the board, the City Council and the public. QUESTIONS FROM THE BOARDWednesday’s presentation include no comment from the public and little from the board.But board members were able to ask questions.Mike Dattilo asked if owners would have requirements on how often they have to rent their units. (The answer: no.)After listening to Anthony Graziano, executive director of Integra Realty Resources, testify about the vast gap between what it would cost to build a hotel and what a hotel could reasonably expect to earn, Shuster asked if the original redevelopment plan was significantly flawed in its economic analysis.Graziano responded with a simple “yes.”And after hearing presenters speak about how the new project would “complement” and not “compete” with the Flanders, Shuster asked, “How is this not competition for the Flanders?”The board made no immediate plans on Wednesday to schedule any further discussion of the proposal.last_img read more

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South Bend man charged with robbing three local banks

first_img Google+ WhatsApp South Bend man charged with robbing three local banks Pinterest IndianaLocalNews Pinterest Google+ (Photo Supplied/South Bend Police) A South Bend man is charged with robbing three local banks within the past two months.Shamon Jenkins, 18, is first charged with taking $2,000 from the Mishawaka Check into Cash store on December 17. WSBT reports he threatened to kill the store employee if she didn’t open the safe.On December 29, Jenkins allegedly took almost $2,000 from Centier Bank in South Bend, again threatening to kill the employee if she did not hand him the cash.Jenkins is also charged with robbing the Centier Bank on Gumwood Road on January 7.Police report another robbery took place the same day in Niles at a Cash-Advance store, where $11,000 was taken. The robbery is still under investigation, but Jenkins is a suspect in the case.Jenkins was indicted in federal court on four charges, including Bank Robbery and Brandishing a Firearm During a Crime of Violence. Twittercenter_img TAGSCentier BankchargedChash-Advancecheck into cashIndianaMishawakaNilesrobberyShamon JenkinsSouth Bend Facebook Twitter By Brooklyne Beatty – February 9, 2021 5 498 WhatsApp Facebook Previous articleSouth Bend, PHM schools return to in-person learningNext articleFines proposed for social media sites that delete, limit posts Brooklyne Beattylast_img read more

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Spam Allstars Post Ignites Speculation About Return Of Page McConnell’s Vida Blue [Videos]

first_imgToday, Miami-based Afro-Cuban group Spam Allstars made an extremely intriguing post on their Facebook page concerning the long-uncertain future of Phish keyboardist Page McConnell‘s early-2000s electronic-jam trio, Vida Blue, featuring Oteil Burbridge (Allman Brothers Band, Aquarium Rescue Unit, and now Dead & Company) and Russell Batiste (The Meters). The post reads:“14 years ago we had the honor to record and perform with Page McConnell’s Vida Blue with Russell Batiste & Oteil Burbridge. Today Spam Allstars are looking forward to getting into the studio again with this crew!! Stay tuned…”Each of the three members of Vida Blue as well as the members of the still-active Spam Allstars are tagged directly in the post. In addition, the post includes a clip from Vida Blue and the Spam Allstars’ 6/5/04 performance at The Fillmore in San Francisco, later released in the form of concert DVD Live at the Fillmore. In the video, after welcoming their’s namesake, the real Mr. Vida Blue, the band performs “Most Events Aren’t Planned”, one of their signature tunes. The song has recently enjoyed something of a resurgence, as it made its first two Phish appearances ever last year during the final night of the Baker’s Dozen and night three of the Dick’s run that followed, respectively.You can check out the clip from Vida Blue and the Spam Allstars Live At The Fillmore below via Spam Allstars’ Facebook post:For those who are unfamiliar with Vida Blue, the trio was Page’s main creative outlet during Phish’s hiatus (between 10/7/00 and 12/31/02) and into 2004, with a late-night set at the third annual Bonnaroo Music & Arts Festival on 6/11/04 serving as their final show. During their time together, Vida Blue released two albums: their self-titled 2002 debut and their 2003 effort, The Illustrated Band, which they recorded in conjunction with Spam Allstars.You can listen to Vida Blue’s second album, 2003’s The Illustrated Band (featuring Spam Allstars) below via YouTube user Muted Tones:Oteil has been busier than ever over the past year with Dead & Co and his own project, Oteil & Friends, and Page hasn’t done much playing outside Phish since they re-formed in 2009 after a 5-year breakup. However, considering the sudden appearance of “Most Events Aren’t Planned” in the Phish arena this summer and the reported Spam Allstars studio plans with Vida Blue, the potential for a reunion feels more real than it has in years.Below, watch full crowd-shot video of Vida Blue’s 4/9/03 performance at The Vic Theatre in Chicago, IL (including a guest appearance by Tenacious D’s Kyle Gass for a duet with Page on “Lawn Boy”) via YouTube user Frank Musillami:[h/t – JamBase][Cover photo via YouTube user Frank Musillami]last_img read more

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Countless Musicians & Public Figures Pen Tributes To Aretha Franklin

first_imgPresident Donald Trump Betty LaVette Cat Power The Queen of Soul, Aretha Franklin, is dead. She was a great woman, with a wonderful gift from God, her voice. She will be missed!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) August 16, 2018Paul McCartney Carole King Senator Debbie Stabenow Thomas J. DowdClive Davis Nas Brian Wilson Allman Brothers BandDiana Ross Nigel Hall Elton John Christina Aguilera NASA Lin-Manuel Miranda Today, news broke that the Queen of Soul, Aretha Fraklin, died at the age of 76. Though reports began to surface that Franklin was “gravely ill” earlier in the week, the soul singer’s loss still has left the music community in shock. Since the announcement of Aretha’s death, countless artists and public figures have come forward, sharing their condolences and remembrances of the iconic singer. You can check out a few of the memorial posts below. Rest in power, Aretha. You will be deeply missed.Former President and First Lady Barack and Michelle Obama John Mayer Missy ElliottRest easy #ARETHAFRANKLIN I imagine u in heaven performing & still making people souls move this was my aunt favorite record #RockSteady you will always be the Queen of Soul you been that before many of us were born! Thank you for giving us LEGENDARY TIMELESS music pic.twitter.com/bEueBCLGJ9— Missy Elliott (@MissyElliott) August 16, 2018Questlove Zac Brown Band Common John Legend Reggie Watts Bonnie Raittlast_img read more

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Portrait of the revolutionary as a young man

first_img University signs memorandum of understanding with Ministry of Higher Education The success of this trip led to me being admitted to the Office of Historical Affairs. Gradually, the woman in charge of the archive began to trust me and started bringing me evidence I hadn’t asked for — always a good sign. In my mind, the biggest accomplishment of this book was the trust-building it entailed and the spirit of collaboration, reciprocity, and respect — things that the United States has rarely granted Cuba, in their mind. On a recent visit, the spirit of collegiality and respect was palpable. I have the hope — this may be an illusion — that the book will contribute to the rapprochement in some way.I also met Castro’s sisters. Juanita, who is in Miami, made it clear that our meetings were not interviews, but conversations, strictly off the record. Emma, who lives in Mexico City, was much more forthcoming. We spent two long days talking about the family, life in Biran, what she thought of the revolution. She was close to her brother and went back to Cuba a lot. I met some great sources by chance, like Antonio del Conde (el Cuate), the Mexican gun-shop owner who helped provide weapons and training to Castro’s rebels, and later the Granma, [the boat] on which Castro and his rebels returned to Cuba.GAZETTE: Castro’s love affair with Naty Revuelta was made for the movies. What was she like, and where do those love letters live?HANSEN: Castro’s epistolary love affair with Revuelta began in autumn 1953. He had met Naty the year before. He was a rabble rouser; she was looking for someone to believe in. Both were married, and they managed their relationship appropriately, at first, though they soon fell in love over letters while he was in jail. There were more than 100 letters between them. Inevitably, the letters crossed one day, as the one meant for Naty went to Fidel’s wife, Mirta Diaz-Balart, and vice-versa. There was a big explosion. Months later, there was a still bigger explosion when Castro discovered that Mirta had a paid position in the Batista government. Castro considered [Fulgencio] Batista his mortal enemy, and he and Mirta got divorced. He got out of jail on Mother’s Day 1955, and he and Naty had a baby, though their relationship was over by the time of their daughter’s birth.Naty shared the letters with me in spring 2014. She let me photograph the collection. She trusted me to be discreet, and I like to think that I honored her request. I didn’t make fun of two young lovers confiding in one another. I tried to show how they adored each other, and to be scrupulously fair to them. These and countless other letters and artifacts at the Office of Historical Affairs are illuminating, revealing 20, 30 years of Castro’s early development.GAZETTE: Who else is in your sights as a good biography subject? Cuba under Fidel’s long shadow A renewed Harvard-Cuba connection HANSEN: I am not sure. I have different thoughts: Castro’s brother Raul, former California Gov. Jerry Brown. I’ve been going to Rwanda with my wife, Anne, a physician at Boston Children’s Hospital, for the last decade, and I am in conversations with the office of Rwandan President Paul Kagame about a biography of him. If the Castro biography doesn’t get me murdered, a Kagame biography surely will. He is precisely the sort of figure I like to focus on: vilified by the human rights community in the West, praised by people of an entrepreneurial bent. To the outside world, he looks like an autocrat; to the development and medical people, he looks like he has done a lot of good. Whatever you make of him, he has done a remarkable job rebuilding a country 25 years post-genocide with some sort of democracy. Not the kind of democracy we pride ourselves on, but one in which many Rwandans sense that they have a say in what’s going on.The point would be to suspend Western presuppositions about what a Rwandan government should look like and examine what’s going on there from a Rwandan and African perspective. I’m not sure we Westerners have a monopoly on what is good and what is right for the rest of the world. The terminology we so often employ to describe foreign leaders — a caudillo, an “African strongman” — as often precludes as facilitates thoughtful, critical inquiry. Above all, I don’t like writing books where you know the outcome before you crack the cover.center_img Related When Jonathan M. Hansen decided to write a biography of Fidel Castro’s early years, he hoped to “get past the demonization and celebration and recover the complex person in the middle.”“Biographers and historians on both poles have treated his life like prosecutors scouring his past to find evidence to convict a guy we don’t like,” said Hansen, senior lecturer on social studies and faculty associate at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies. “This, to me, makes for bad history and disappointing biography.”In researching “Young Castro: The Making of a Revolutionary,” Hansen followed the educator’s proverb: “If at first you don’t succeed, try, try again.” He was relentless in his pursuit of archival documents and gained the trust of dozens of Cubans who knew Castro.The author of “Guantanamo: An American History”and “The Lost Promise of Patriotism: Debating American Identity, 1890‒1920,” Hansen discussed the challenge of accessing Castro’s papers, meeting one of the women he loved, and the privilege that imbues American thinking about the island nation.Q&AJonathan M. HansenGAZETTE: Why a biography?HANSEN: My last book on the history of Guantanamo naval base didn’t sell, despite being the definitive book on the subject. What sells? Biographies, obviously, and at the suggestion of my literary agent, I began to flirt with a Castro biography, focusing specifically on his younger years.GAZETTE: Why the younger years?HANSEN: Because treatment of those years are the least satisfying in the existing literature. Biographies are a little out of fashion among academics, but I try to set Castro very much in his context and in the context of the problems of the century in which he lived. In other words, I use biography to make larger historical arguments and teach the public things they might otherwise shy away from.,GAZETTE: You interviewed many people with personal ties to Castro who had never spoken publicly before. How did you get them to open up, and what was at stake for them?HANSEN: You can imagine that it wasn’t easy for a blond-haired, blue-eyed devil like me to get access to the Castro archives. There hasn’t been a Castro biographer from the United States admitted to the Office of Historical Affairs of the Council of State (the sanctum sanctorum of Castro studies) since Tad Szulc wrote his biography more than a generation ago. And Szulc used the archive mostly to conduct interviews. By contrast, I was permitted to photograph the entire Castro papers, which stretch from long before his birth through the triumph of the revolution and include countless letters, of course, but also such things as school and university transcripts and gas station receipts from his frenetic political activity. The collection comprises thousands of pages. Starting in early 2013, I began to knock on the door of Cuba’s leading research institutions. Speaking rudimentary Spanish and bearing an assortment of modest gifts (a Red Sox hat, a Harvard pen, a copy of my Guantanamo book, and a short research prospectus), I introduced myself. Invariably, I was met with looks of astonishment, and more or less shown the door. That didn’t dissuade me. I said to my taxi driver, Gilberto, “Same place, same time tomorrow.” I didn’t quit until, after three or four visits later, I was granted audiences with the director (“So long as you promise never to come back,” I’d hear).Meeting the directors of Cuba’s leading research institutions did not guarantee me access to the Castro archives. The breakthrough came in January 2014 when the director of the Office of Cultural Patrimony allowed me to visit the young Castro’s haunts in what was once Oriente Province: where he grew up, went to school, and, later, returned to launch the revolution. On a 10-day tour of the east, what began as frustrating and fiercely curated visits by “official” historians became freewheeling interviews of people who knew Castro as young kids or in the revolution, but who had never been interviewed before. One was an 89-year-old peasant from Castro’s hometown of Biran, who played and went to school with the Castro boys. Over the course of those 10 days, I got to meet and interview some two dozen people throughout the east. We went to the beach town Playa Las Coloradas, where Castro landed in December 1956, to the guerrilla’s command post in the Sierra Maestra. I got to sit on Castro’s bed. “In my mind, the biggest accomplishment of this book was the trust-building it entailed and the spirit of collaboration, reciprocity, and respect — things that the United States has rarely granted Cuba, in their mind.” He achieved goals yet eroded rights, and leaves an uncertain legacy, Professor Jorge Dominguez says last_img read more

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Israeli army says drone comes under fire over Lebanese skies

first_imgJERUSALEM (AP) — The Israeli military says a drone has come under anti-aircraft fire over the skies of Lebanon. It says the aircraft was not hit and continued on its mission. Wednesday’s incident was the latest sign of rising tensions between Israel and the Lebanese militant group Hezbollah. Israeli warplanes and drones violate Lebanon’s airspace almost daily, sometimes to carry out airstrikes against Hezbollah-allied Iranian targets in neighboring Syria. Israel accuses Hezbollah of violating a 2006 cease-fire and says the overflights are needed to keep an eye on the group. The frequency of the low-flying warplanes over Beirut and other parts of Lebanon has intensified in recent weeks, making residents jittery.last_img read more

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