, Turkey's ambassador to the United Nations Apakan (Ertugrul Apakan) in a letter to the ambassador Rosenthal (Gert Rosenthal) of the letter said, this is the Syria act of aggression against Turkey,hollister
.Guatemala currently holds the Security Council presidency.
earlier in the day,abercrombie uk
, several emission from Syria in a mortar landed in southeastern Turkey Sanliurfa province Ke qiakalai explodes inside the county,hollister
, left a mother and her 4 children were killed, another 10 wounded,polo ralph lauren
.Turkey subsequently hit several targets in Syria in retaliation.
in new network on 4 October, according to foreign reports,air jordan
, the territory of Syria was fired mortar attacks killed 5 people,abercrombie
, the 3 day of Turkey asked the United Nations Security Council to take ",hollister deutschland
;necessary measures",abercrombie france
; to prevent Syria,hollister deutschland
, violation of its territory.
UN diplomats said,abercrombie
, is expected to the Security Council issued a statement, condemned the mortar bombing,abercrombie france
Apakan said in the letter,hollister france
, this is a flagrant violation of international law, trample on international peace and security act.Turkey demanded an immediate end to this unacceptable act of aggression.
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NICOSIA, March 18 (Xinhua) -- Cyprus parliament on Monday postponed for a second time and for a further 24 hours a crucial vote on legislation imposing a levy on bank deposits as part of a bailout plan decided by eurozone finance ministers last week.
Passage of the bill is in no way certain, as the coalition government lacks a majority in parliament and will rely on the possible support of one lawmaker who says he has not yet made up his mind how he will vote.
The Eurogroup made an unprecedented decision at the end of a marathon bargaining in the early hours of Saturday, imposing a so-called bail-in, or haircut, on Cyprus, meaning all depositors have to pay a one-off tax. This was fixed at 6.75 percent for deposits up to 100,000 euros and at 9.9 percent for deposits above that amount.