Libyan military shells Turkish cargo ship, crew member killed






By Ayman Al-Warfalli and Tulay Karadeniz

BENGHAZI, Libya/ANKARA, May 11 (Reuters) - Forces loyal to Libya's internationally recognised government said on Monday they shelled a Turkish ship off the Libyan coast after it was warned not to approach, and one crew member was killed in what Turkey described as a "contemptible attack".

Libya is in a state of violent factional chaos with two rival governments backed by various armed groups vying for control of the oil-producing North African state including its ports, four years after rebels overthrew Muammar Gaddafi.

The dry cargo ship was targeted about 10 miles from the coast on Sunday after it was told not

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The ocean and sustainable development: UN ICP meeting and SDGs




10 april 2015

The focus of this year’s United Nations Open-ended Informal Consultative Process on Oceans and the Law of the Sea (ICP) meeting from 6 to 10 April was ‘Oceans and sustainable development: Integration of the three dimensions of sustainable development, namely, environmental, social and economic’. 

With the high-level UN Summit on Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) set for the 25–27 September, the SDG process and proposed indicators was one of the key focal points at the ICP’s sixteenth meeting. The adoption of a stand-alone goal for oceans is critical if the importance of the ocean and its linkages in all three areas of sustainable development is to be emphasized in the post-2015 development agenda. 

Under the proposed stand-alone

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Los autónomos económicamente dependientes serán considerados acreedores de derecho laboral

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Europa Press, 05 de marzo de 2015 a las 20:12