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* 1974 – Cyprus dispute: The United Nations Security Council authorizes the UNFICYP to create the " Green Line ", dividing Cyprus into two zones.
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Rethinking the Angolan Crisis and the Portuguese Revolution, 1974 – 1976, Itinerario: European Journal of Overseas History, 26 / 2, 2000, pp. 22 – 44
* 1974 – As a direct result of the Watergate scandal, Richard Nixon becomes the first President of the United States to resign from office.
1974 and Cyprus
* 1974 – The second Turkish invasion of Cyprus begins ; 140, 000 to 200, 000 Greek Cypriots become refugees.
The Turkish invasion of Cyprus in 1974 de facto partitioned the island into two political areas: 99. 5 % of Greek Cypriots now live in the Republic of Cyprus, while 98. 7 % of Turkish Cypriots live in Northern Cyprus ( of other nationalities, 99. 2 % live in the Greek Cypriot area in the south ).
Since 1974, the internationally recognised Republic of Cyprus has controlled the south two thirds, and the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus the northern one-third.
After the 1974 invasion following a Greek junta-based coup attempt, Makarios secured international recognition of his Greek Cypriot government as the sole legal authority on Cyprus, which has proved to be a very significant strategic advantage for the Greek Cypriots in the decades since.
* took a dim view of any proposals which did not allow for the repatriation of Turkish settlers from the mainland who had emigrated to Cyprus since 1974 ; and
The economic achievements of Cyprus during the preceding decades have been significant, bearing in mind the severe economic and social dislocation created by the Turkish invasion of 1974 and the continuing occupation of the northern part of the island by Turkey.
In 1974 the US-backed Greek junta-in power since 1967-partly in a move to draw attention away from internal turmoil and partly unsatisfied with Makarios ' policy in Cyprus, on 13 July attempted a coup to replace him with Nikos Sampson and declare union with Greece.
* 1974 – In Nicosia, Cyprus, Greek Junta-sponsored nationalists launch a coup d ' état, deposing President Makarios and installing Nikos Sampson as Cypriot president.
More recent uses include: by France during the First Indochina War ( 1946 – 1954 ), the Algerian War ( 1954 – 1962 ), the Portuguese Colonial War ( 1961 – 1974 ) and the Western Sahara War ( 1975 – 1991 ), The Six-Day War by Israel ( 1967 ), in Nigeria ( 1969 ), India and Pakistan ( 1965 and 1971 ), Turkey during the invasion of Cyprus ( 1974 ), by Morocco during the Western Sahara War ( 1975 – 1991 ), Iran ( 1980 – 88 ), Brazil ( 1972 ), Egypt ( 1973 ), Iraq ( 1980 – 88, 1991, 2003 – 2011 ), Angola ( 1993 ), Yugoslavia ( 1991-1996 ), and by Argentina ( 1982 ).
Since Turkey's invasion and continued occupation of Cyprus in 1974, following ethnic clashes and turmoil on the island, an administration recognized by Turkey only was declared in 1983 – the Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus.
On 20 July 1974, the TAF launched an invasion of Cyprus on the pretext of a coup which had been staged by the Cypriot National Guard against president Makarios III with the intention of annexing the island to Greece, but the invasion ended up with Turkey occupying a considerable area on the north part of it and establishing a government on it that only Turkey recognizes.
The northern part of the city functions as the capital of the self-proclaimed Turkish Republic of Northern Cyprus, a disputed breakaway region whose independence is recognized only by Turkey, and which the rest of the international community considers as occupied territory of the Republic of Cyprus since the Turkish invasion in 1974.
During the Turkish army invasion of Cyprus in 1974, Turkish troops occupied northern Nicosia ( as well as the northern part of Cyprus ).
On 20 July 1974, the Turkish army invaded the island on the pretext of restoring the constitutional order of the Republic of Cyprus.
However, even after the restoration of constitutional order and the return of Archbishop Makarios III to Cyprus in December 1974, the Turkish troops remained on the island occupying the northeastern portion of the island.
The development of tourism in Limassol began after 1974 when the Turkish invaders occupied Famagusta and Kyrenia, the principal tourist resorts of Cyprus.
1974 and dispute
A 1974 agreement between Abu Dhabi and Saudi Arabia would have settled the Abu Dhabi – Saudi border dispute ; however, the agreement has yet to be ratified by the UAE government and is not recognised by the Saudi government.
Among the territorial infringements cited was the Chinese occupation in January 1974 of the Paracel Islands, claimed by both countries in a dispute left unresolved in the 1980s.
In the midst of taping episodes for the 1973 – 1974 season, Redd Foxx walked off the show in a salary dispute.
Opposed by many socialists and trade unionists, it had little success as union militants, many close to the CPGB, led the successful 1974 UK miners ' strike, the well-supported but ultimately unsuccessful Grunwick dispute, and the 1978-79 Winter of Discontent.
In 1974, Zayed apparently settled the outstanding border dispute with Saudi Arabia by the Treaty of Jeddah by which Saudi Arabia received the output of the Shaybah oilfield and access to the lower Persian Gulf in return for recognising the UAE.
After a contract dispute with Finley in 1974, Hunter left the Athletics in for the New York Yankees.
Later that year, after a dispute with Brown allegedly over financial irregularities, Van Patter went missing on December 13, 1974.
Ultimately, the dispute became moot with the replacement of Clay Cross Urban District Council with the North East Derbyshire District Council from 1 April 1974.
Following the 1974 Greek Cypriot coup d ' état and the Turkish invasion of Cyprus, the United Nations Security Council ( UNSC ) extended and expanded the mission to prevent the dispute turning into war, and UNFICYP was redeployed to patrol the United Nations Buffer Zone in Cyprus and assist in the maintenance of the military status quo.
In the February 1974 general election the Conservative campaign emphasised the dispute with the miners and used the slogan " Who governs Britain?
The year 1971 was turbulent, as manager Janne Holmberg left in the middle of the season due to a dispute with the board, former top player Sylve Bengtsson replaced him and then the club defeated Perstorp SK in the seriefinal and qualifid to Allsvenskan, they ended up in 2nd place and was promoted to Allsvenskan, however the spell in the top league became only 1 year as the club ended up dead last and with only 14 goals scored in 1972, but the spell was yet again 1 year, under the leadership of Sven Agne Larsson, as the club was able to play 20 games in a row without a defeat, the club was close to be relegated back to Division 2, first in 1974 the club ended in 11th place out of 14 and then in 1975 only survived because of better goal difference then GAIS.
The area, thought to contain considerable amounts of natural gas and mineral resources, was the center of a long running border dispute between Upper Volta ( renamed Burkina Faso in 1984 ) and Mali which erupted into armed conflict on two occasions ( 1974 and 1985 ).
The succession dispute that led to the foundation of Sukyo Mahikari started following the death of Yoshikazu Okada in June 1974.
When the flow of the Euphrates was reduced in 1974 to fill the lake behind the dam, a dispute broke out between Syria and Iraq that was settled by intervention from Saudi Arabia and the Soviet Union.
In January 1974, the PLA saw action in the South China Sea following a long-simmering dispute with the Republic of Vietnam ( South Vietnam ) over the Paracel Islands.
In 1974, DCG was part of the National Opposition Front that nominated Efraín Ríos Montt as its candidate and emerged as the largest opposition force in Guatemala ; however, the legality of that election, in which Ríos Montt lost to Kjell Laugerud García, remains a matter of dispute.