mercredi 3 février 2016

Massacres de l'EOKA B : découverte d'un charnier en Chypre du Nord

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Bones of 86 Turkish Cypriots found

January 26th, 2016 Katy Turner Cyprus

Experts have found the remains of 86 Turkish Cypriot civilians buried in a mass grave at the village of Santalaris in Turkish occupied Famagusta, reports said on Tuesday.


According to daily Turkish Cypriot paper Kibris, the remains were found in a mass grave of people murdered by the EOKA B paramilitary organisation in August 1974.

In total 126 were killed.


The victims were from the villages of Santalaris, Maratha, and Aloda, inhabited entirely by Turkish Cypriots, which were located next to each other in the Famagusta district.

The men of the three villages had been rounded up and sent to Limassol on July 20, the day Turkey invaded the island.

Citing the committee on missing persons, Kibris said teams of experts were digging in seven locations in the north and one in the Republic.
Source : http://cyprus-mail.com/2016/01/26/bones-of-86-turkish-cypriots-found/

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mercredi 27 janvier 2016

Viktor Orbán réclame la construction d'un mur au nord de la Grèce

PM Orbán In Slovenia: Fences Must Be Built On Greek Borders To Stop Migrant Influx And Save Schengen Zone

2016-01-23 |

immigration Slovenia

Hungarian Prime Minister Viktor Orbán has called for anti-immigration border barriers to be erected on Greece’s frontier with Macedonia and Bulgaria to stop the influx of migrants and save the Schengen zone, which allows for uncontrolled travel across most of Europe.

“If we are unable to protect the external borders of the European Union, however costly and strenuous it may be, the Schengen zone will be destroyed by we ourselves”, the Hungarian Prime Minister said at a press conference following a Hungarian-Slovenian joint cabinet meeting in Brdo pri Kranju, Slovenia. For this reason, fences have to be built on Greece’s border with Macedonia and Bulgaria to stop the influx of migrants, he pointed out.

Following the joint cabinet meeting, a significant part of which was devoted to the two states’ migration policies, PM Orbán said that Hungary is a committed supporter of Slovenia’s initiative to form an international cooperation to build a second line of defence on the northern borders of Greece. Mr. Orbán also pointed out that Hungary considered it “natural and a moral obligaton” to assist its southwestern neighbour with police forces in handling the migrant crisis. “It is not enough to protect Schengen in words, the two of us want to protect it also with action”, he stressed, referring to his Slovenian colleague Miro Cerar.

via mandiner.hu
Source : http://hungarytoday.hu/news/pm-orban-slovenia-fences-must-built-greek-borders-stop-migrant-influx-save-schengen-zone-20318

Monde – Publié le 24 janvier à 09:55 – Mis à jour le 24 janvier 2016 à 12:32

La Hongrie réclame la construction d'un mur au nord de la Grèce

Résolument hostile à l'arrivée de migrants dans son pays, le premier ministre hongrois Viktor Orban a demandé à l'Union européenne de construire un mur au nord de la Grèce, le long de ses frontières avec l'Albanie, la Macédoine et la Bulgarie: "Nous pensons que la meilleure solution pour les migrants est qu'ils ne viennent pas." La Hongrie rejoint les positions de la Pologne, de la République tchèque, de la Slovaquie et de la Slovénie.
Source : http://www.itele.fr/monde/video/la-hongrie-reclame-la-construction-dun-mur-au-nord-de-la-grece-151147

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samedi 2 janvier 2016

Des politiciens allemands veulent expulser la Grèce de la zone euro et de l'espace Schengen

German Politicians Want Greece Out of Eurozone and Schengen
By Philip Chrysopoulos

Dec 30, 2015

Two high-ranking German politicians expressed the opinion that Greece should be out of the Schengen zone and the Eurozone for a period of time.


Wolfgang Steiger, general secretary of the Economic Council of Germany’s conservative CDU party, stated that Greece is not showing the necessary zeal in implementing the reforms required by the bailout program. He said that it should be better if Greece left the Eurozone temporarily.

The German politician said that Greece is delaying reforms and missing timelines using the excuse of the refugee crisis. 
“Refugees is one thing, reforms is another,” he said to DPA news agency.

“The Eurozone finally needs clear rules for Member exit from the common currency and a process of declaring sovereign default,” Steiger said. “Athens will not abandon the “hide and seek” game it’s playing and will continue to mock its creditors,” he added.

Meanwhile, head of the parliamentary group of the European People’s Party in the European Parliament Manfred Weber, proposed Greece’s temporary exit from the Schengen zone.

In an interview with Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper, Weber stressed, inter alia, that “Greece does not protect its borders in accordance with the provisions of the Schengen Treaty and therefore violates European Law.”

Weber’s comments generated strong reactions among the Greek government and opposition parties alike. New Democracy lawmakers, who are affiliated with the conservative European People’s Party, criticized the German politician for his views.
Source : http://greece.greekreporter.com/2015/12/30/german-politicians-want-greece-out-of-eurozone-and-schengen/

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