Cancun – known for the majestic beauty of its shoreline-, has successfully begun the beach recovery project with an investment of more than USD $71 million dollars ($957 million pesos), throughout the state of Quintana Roo. The project began on September 4th, 2009 with the delivery of more than two thousand tons of pipeline material to Cancun; the project will deliver 1.3 billion gallons (6.1 million cubic meters) of sand to replenish Cancun’s Hotel Zone seashore.Although the project has endured some unforeseen delays, due to weather conditions, the venture resumed on November 15th and continues with great advancement, already creating a very noticeable difference.As of December 1st, 2009, more than 227,020 gallons (1’191,550 cubic meters) had been poured onto 1.28 miles (2,047 meters) of Cancun’s beaches. This represents a 23% advance for the whole project.The safety of tourists and workers has always been and remains a top priority. Hoteliers, contractors and CFE (Comisión Federal de Electricidad, Federal Commission of Electricity) supervisors are taking the necessary measures to guarantee the safety of all tourists during the beach recovery process, making sure all equipment is maintained in optimal working conditions to avoid any unnecessary incidents.The project is funded by both federal and state governments. Local participating municipalities and private investments will reinstate approximately 6.9 miles (11.1 kilometers) of Cancun’s coastline between Punta Cancun and Punta Nizuc, creating a spectacular beach oasis with more than 131 feet (40 meters) in width.A team of researchers studied a range of factors prior to the restoration initiation, such as the variety of cycles within climates that would provide the ideal moment to begin revitalizing the beautiful beaches of the state. The projects’ main purpose is not only to replenish the sand, but to provide a long-term environmentally conscious result, said the project’s Chief Engineer, Carlos Espinal. He explained that the sand that will be dispensed onto the beach has many unique characteristics: it remains cool and doesn’t get hot with the sun; it has a high density that is compatible with the current sand, and as a result would have a low volume loss in case of a meteorological event. The beach recovery project is set to be completed on February 10th, 2010.www.cancun.travel
The season has only just ended but transfers are happening thick and fast.Manchester City have brought two players to the Etihad Stadium, with a third deal almost complete, while Chelsea have already sold more than £30m worth of players.Deals are going to continue throughout the summer, and talkSPORT takes a look at the top five likely transfers involving defenders.Two of the players already turn out for Premier League clubs, and it seems the other three will be making the journey to England in the near future.You can see the top five by clicking the right arrow, above… 5 5 Virgil van Dijk (Wanted by: Manchester City, Liverpool and Chelsea) – Long regarded as one of the best centre-backs in the Premier League, it is not a surprise Van Dijk remains wanted by a number of teams despite his ongoing injury. The Netherlands centre-back has been targeted by Manchester City who are willing to pay him £180,000-a-week Chelsea (£170,000-a-week) and Liverpool (£120,000-a-week). Southampton have no need, nor desire, to sell Van Dijk, and are believed to be holding out for a transfer fee higher than £50m. A wonderfully gifted ball-playing centre-half, Van Dijk would improve every team in the Premier League, and there is sure to be a big battle for his signature in the coming months. 5 Djibril Sidibe (Wanted by: Chelsea, Arsenal, Tottenham Hotspur and Manchester City) – As Monacos excellent squad continues to get ripped apart Bernardo Silva has signed for Manchester City and Benjamin Mendy is also on his way another member could be moving to the Premier league. Left-back Sidibe is being targeted by Chelsea, Arsenal and Spurs, as well as City who seem to want half of ASMs squad. The 24-year-old reportedly rejected the chance to sign for Arsenal last summer when he left Lille for Monaco, but they could return for him this year despite a potential deal for Sead Kolasinac of Schalke. Sidibe has shown his talent as a marauding full-back, who is just as comfortable in the oppositions area as his own. Michael Keane (Wanted by: Manchester United, Everton and Liverpool) – The 24-year-old enjoyed a wonderful season for Burnley, earning his first international call up for England. His form has earned admiring glances from a trio of Premier League clubs, who all want to sign him this summer. Manchester United are hoping to strengthen their backline by recruiting their former academy player, while Mersey rivals Everton and Liverpool have similar ambitions to capture the centre-back. He has earned his stripes at the top level, and is young enough to continue developing. A move seems very likely this summer. 5 Nelson Semedo (Wanted by: Manchester United and Manchester City) – Antonio Valencia signed a new contract with Manchester United, and Benajmin Mendy seems to be signing for Manchester City, but both clubs still want to bring in Nelson Semedo. The Benfica right-back, 23, has established himself as one of Europes most promising young players this season with some top class displays in Europe and domestically. He is superb as an attacking threat and solid at the back, and will provide whichever team signs him with nearly a decade of top class service. 5 Andrea Conti (Wanted by: Chelsea and Liverpool) – Italian wing-back Conti enjoyed a fantastic season in 2016/17, scoring eight goals and creating five more in 32 Serie A games. A product of the famed Atalanta academy, the 23-year-old right-sided player has been linked with a summer move to Chelsea or Liverpool. Antonio Conte wants to sign his almost-namesake to increase competition in the wing-back position, while Jurgen Klopp wants to add depth to the defence and midfield of his squad. Atalanta will be unable to keep hold of Conti should both sides start flashing the big money of the Premier League, and he would be a superb signing for any number of Europes biggest clubs.
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Rosemary DiCarlo was briefing the UN Security Council on the latest situation in the Middle East and said hopes for two States living side by side in peace, “continue to be replaced by the rising fears of future annexation. The possibility of establishing a viable and contiguous Palestinian State continues to be eroded by facts on the ground.”The UN had “repeatedly warned that the conflict cannot be managed in perpetuity”, she said, adding that without any change in approach, there would only be more deterioration, “radicalization on all sides, more suffering and conflict.”The political and peacebuilding chief told Council members that Israeli settlements continue to expand, despite having “no legal effect” and constituting a “violation of international law”.In a continuing cycle of violence, Ms. DiCarlo noted that out of seven Palestinians overall, four children had been killed in Gaza by Israeli forces in the first quarter of the year, with 1,316 injured during ongoing protests, centred around the border fence. She condemned violence on both sides, and reminded Israel lethal force could only be used “in response to an imminent threat of death or serious injury as a last resort.”Gaza crisis deepens, while needs riseThe DPPA chief said that was making “important progress” in implementing a programme of humanitarian aid and economic support to stabilize the situation in the Gaza Strip, which continues to be blockaded by Israel, and subject to intra-Palestinian strife, between the extremists of Hamas and the West Bank-based Fatah faction.“As we consistently reiterate, at its core the crisis in Gaza is political”, she said. “Significant progress on the lifting of the closures and advancing intra-Palestinian reconciliation remain essential.”She said over the past year, $110 million had been raised for fuel, health, water, sanitation and job programmes in Gaza, while $4.6 million had been put aside since September to help delivery essential medications and support some 9,500 surgeries.Five tunnels under ‘Blue Line’Turning to the border demarcation between southern Lebanon and northern Israel, or “Blue Line”, Ms. DiCarlo said the situation was calm, although the UN Interim Force in Lebanon, UNIFIL, has now confirmed the existence of five tunnels which have been dug under the border, “three of which it has confirmed cross the Blue Line, and constitute a violation of resolution 1701”, said Ms. DiCarlo.As we mobilize in each crisis to address the critical needs of the Palestinian population, be it in Gaza or the West Bank,” she concluded, “we shall not lose sight of the core political issue, namely the prospect of two peaceful and secure states living side by side in harmony.“This imperative compels us all to work with the parties, bring them back to the negotiation table and urge them to avoid unilateral actions that undermine the prospect for peace” she added. “Only determined action by the parties themselves can salvage the two-State solution.”