Somalia UN looks to Istanbul forum as key step to aid wartorn

“If we do not make the right commitments and take the right action in Somalia now, the situation will, sooner or later, force us to act and at a much higher price,” Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah told the Security Council, as he presented Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s latest report on the situation in the Horn of Africa nation.Speaking on the same day that the UN refugee agency called for stepped-up funding to help the hundreds of thousands of people displaced by the fighting in what he called a “horrendous” humanitarian situation, Mr. Ould-Abdallah praised next week’s conference in Istanbul as “an exceptional opportunity to show that Somalia has true friends ready to make a difference…“This conference is first and foremost a show of political solidarity with the Somali people who have suffered so much and been taken hostage by various groups and individuals,” the envoy said, referring to the gathering to be convened by the Turkish Government and Mr. Ban on 22 May.“It is also a sign of hope sent to Somalis that they are not alone. In addition to addressing security issues and global threats including piracy, the conference will also provide a platform for the Somali private sector, international business and Governments to launch new initiatives for reconstruction and job creation.”Despite suggestions that it is either too early or too late for such a high level meeting, “we should all recognize that, after years of anarchy, there will never be a right time in Somalia. We have to act, and to act now,” he added of a country that has had no central government and has been torn by factional conflict for nearly two decades.The top UN political official also stressed the importance of the Istanbul meeting today. “We would not at any time, of course, underestimate the difficulties and the fragility of Somalia but we do believe that progress has been and can be built upon,” Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs B. Lynn Pascoe told a news conference.He cited the survival of the Transitional Federal Government (TFG) against numerous attacks, its first steps towards developing its own police and security forces, and the interest it has aroused in the Somali business community and in bringing back investment to the country.“This effort has to succeed but is clearly going to require determined, sustained efforts by both the Somalis and the international community to make it happen,” he said. “This is where the Istanbul conference fits in. It will give an opportunity to look at how far we’ve come and what still needs to be done. It should help us increase international awareness of what’s at stake in Somalia and increase international commitment to help in a coordinated way.“It should also help focus the attention of the Somalis themselves, including the TFG, on where they need to step up their efforts.”On the military front, Mr. Ould-Abdallah called for a big increase in and help for the African Union peacekeeping mission in Somalia (AMISOM), which now numbers less than 7,000 troops, as it carries out its task of protecting the TFG institutions and assisting the needy in the face of violent attacks from Islamic militants. At the same time, the international community should provide equipment and salaries for the TFG’s own nascent forces. In the political field, he urged the TFG to show unity and a common purpose, calling on the international community to fulfil its commitments, especially by disbursing pledged resources. He noted that the TFG had succeeded in reaching out to other groups committed to peace, signing an accord with Ahlu Sunna Wal Jamaa, a key religious and resistance movement, which could provide a blueprint for future agreements.“I would like to reiterate that the door of peace is open to all Somalis wishing to end the agony of their country,” stressed Mr. Ould-Abdallah, who serves as the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and head of the UN Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS). On the humanitarian front, where the situation “remains horrendous” despite the laudable work of the World Food Programme (WFP), the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and other agencies, he called for full cooperation between Governments, development agencies, business associations and non-governmental organizations (NGOs), urging the agencies to again show a physical presence in the violence-shattered land.“If we want to make a decisive difference, there is no alternative to moving the international community to Mogadishu to be closer to the victims,” he stressed. “The remote control from Nairobi (capital of neighbouring Kenya) is not leading to progress.”Once this close collaboration is established, it can lead to a major move away from past practices of managing the status quo. “In that context, the Istanbul conference comes at the right time,” Mr. Ould-Abdallah declared. “It shows the Somalis and their leaders that there are personalities, countries and organizations that are genuinely ready and committed to working with them for peace and stability.”In Geneva today, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) launched two supplementary appeals totalling $60 million for the nearly 2 million Somalis displaced both inside and outside their country, bringing its total budget for 2010 for Somalia and its four neighbouring countries – Kenya, Yemen, Ethiopia and Djibouti – to nearly $425 million.“The displacement crisis is worsening with the deterioration of the situation inside Somalia and we need to prepare fast for new and possibly large-scale displacement,” Deputy High Commissioner Alexander Aleinikoff said. “We need to be ready.” 12 May 2010On the eve of a major global conference on Somalia, the top United Nations envoy in the war-torn nation urged the world community to provide the needed resources on the military, political and humanitarian fronts now to prevent an even worse scenario from arising. read more

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Sexual relations lead to misconduct charges for Hamilton cop

(Update)He was Hamilton’s first police officer dedicated to the investigation of human trafficking. Now this sergeant is facing charges relating to an alleged sexual relationship with a witness.Sergeant Derek Mellor made his first appearance today at central station in Hamilton on of 11 counts of misconduct under the Police Services Act. A 14 year veteran of the force, he became the first officer dedicated to human trafficking in July 2011.The charges he is facing range from two counts of engaging in sexual activity with women who were potential witnesses, charges of sending pictures and a video of a sexual nature to those same witnesses and members of victim services; also having an inappropriate relationship with a human trafficking investigator.The charges of misconduct that mellor is facing today date back to may of 2011 before he was officially dedicated to the investigation of trafficking. The investigation dates back to last November when a 19 year old former sex trade worker came to police.Mellor has been on suspension since December. At today’s hearing the case was put over until July 30th at 10 am when they will meet again by conference call. Mellor has not yet entered a plea.Melissa Raftis has more from our newsroom.00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09 read more

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Security Council demands end to Israeli measures in and around Ramallah

With the United States abstaining on a resolution that was negotiated through Monday night and adopted in the early hours of this morning, the United Nations Security Council demanded that Israel immediately cease measures in and around Ramallah, including the destruction of Palestinian civilian and security infrastructure.The Council also demanded the “expeditious withdrawal of the Israeli occupying forces from Palestinian cities towards the return to the positions held prior to September 2000.” In addition, it reiterated past calls for a complete halt to all acts of violence, “including all acts of terror, provocation, incitement and destruction.”In another provision of the resolution, which was submitted by Bulgaria, France, Norway, Ireland and the United Kingdom, the Council called on the Palestinian Authority to meet its expressed commitment to bring to justice those responsible for terrorist acts.The Security Council also threw its full backing behind efforts of the diplomatic Quartet – the United Nations, European Union, Russian Federation and United States – which just last week outlined a roadmap for achieving a final settlement of the conflict in three years. The Council called upon the Israeli Government, the Palestinian Authority and all States in the region to cooperate with those efforts. In that context, the Council also recognized the continuing importance of the initiative endorsed at the Arab League Summit held in Beruit in March.Explaining his country’s decision to abstain in the voting, James B. Cunningham of the United States said the resolution failed to explicitly condemn terrorists or those who gave them safe haven. Noting that those responsible for killing civilians obstructed both the Quartet’s peace efforts and Palestinian reforms, he named in particular Hamas, Palestinian Islamic Jihad and the Al-Aqsa Martyrs’ Brigade. The resolution had started the process of taking a clear stand against terrorists, but did not go far enough, he said, adding that it lacked the clarity of a draft submitted by the United States.The meeting, which spanned over 16 hours of both formal and closed-door sessions, heard from more than 40 participants, including UN Secretary-General Kofi Annan, during the public debate. read more

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Leons selects frmr Walmart Canada executive as new president of The Brick

by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 20, 2013 9:25 am MDT Leon’s selects frmr Walmart Canada executive as new president of The Brick AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – Leon’s Furniture Ltd. (TSX:LNF) is installing a new president at The Brick Ltd., which it acquired in March through a friendly takeover.Jim Caldwell — who held several positions at Walmart Canada before he joined The Brick — will succeed Vi Konkle, effective Sept. 27.Konkle has been The Brick’s president since January 2012. Prior to that, she was the Brick’s president of business support since February 2010.

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Bengals put OT Fisher on injury list bring back Andre Smith

CINCINNATI — The Bengals put offensive tackle Jake Fisher on injured reserve with a back injury Thursday and brought back Andre Smith for his third stint in Cincinnati.Fisher filled in for injured left tackle Cordy Glenn during a 35-20 loss to the Browns on Sunday and got hurt, leaving the Bengals (5-6) with no depth on the line. Glenn, who also has a back injury, hasn’t practiced this week as Cincinnati gets set to host Denver (5-6).Smith was the Bengals’ first-round pick in 2009 and played seven seasons in Cincinnati before going to Minnesota in 2016. He returned to the Bengals for the 2017 season and wasn’t signed to a new deal. He played for Arizona and was waived on Monday.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/tag/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLThe Associated Press

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This chart shows just how much Dublin property prices drive up the

first_img(Image: CSO) Click here for larger versionTHE LATEST FIGURES on property prices from the Central Statistics Office show a rise in the national level of 6.4 per cent in the year to December 2013, though this is mostly driven by increased prices in the capital.This national figure compares to a drop of 4.5 per cent in 2012. Over the month of December, residential prices increased by 0.3 per cent nationally with Dublin house prices 15.3 per cent higher than a year ago and apartment prices in the capital more than 20 per cent higher.As the chart above shows, when Dublin is excluded, there is an overall decline in prices. Nationally, excluding Dublin, prices are 0.4 per cent lower than they were last year.Estate agents Savills said that the rapid price growth in Dublin’s market is likely to continue until more supply comes on stream and these figures “signal the need for redevelopment”.Read: House prices in the euro area are still on the rise>Read: Rise in Dublin house prices masks fall in every other part of the country>last_img read more

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Forteresse de Belgrade des engrais pour fleurs destructeurs

first_imgForteresse de Belgrade : des engrais pour fleurs destructeurs Ce n’est pas le charbon utilisé pour le chauffage mais bien des fleurs qui endommageraient la forteresse de Belgrade, capitale de Serbie. Une étude menée par des chercheurs a démontré que les engrais présents dans les parterres de fleurs dégradent le monument.Les fortifications de Belgrade furent érigées au Moyen Âge sur le plateau Kalemegdan qui surplombe la confluence du Danube et de la Sava. Le paysage y est devenu magnifique mais on observe depuis une vingtaine d’années la formation de croûtes noires qui étaient jusqu’à maintenant attribuées au chauffage au charbon. Mais en vérité, ses croûtes noires trouveraient leur origine ailleurs : dans les engrais utilisés sur la propriété.À lire aussi15 fleurs incroyables qui ne ressemblent pas… à des fleurs !En effet, des chercheurs serbes en collaboration avec le Laboratoire de dynamique, interactions et réactivité ont étudié la pierre calcaire des murs des remparts de la forteresse. Ils ont ainsi mis en évidence d’importantes quantités de syngénite, un sulfate double de potassium et de calcium. Or, cette molécule déjà observée sur d’autres surfaces n’avait encore jamais été constaté sur de la pierre calcaire aussi pure. Interloqués, les scientifiques se sont alors rendus compte que les sols avoisinant les remparts présentaient une concentration anormale de potassium dans le sol avoisinant les remparts. Un élément que l’on retrouve massivement dans les engrais utilisés pour prendre soin des parterres de fleurs qui entourent la forteresse, rapporte notre-planete.info. Selon l’étude dont les résultats seront publiées dans la revue Journal of Cultural Heritage, c’est donc ce potassium, mis en contact avec l’eau acidifiée des pluies qui provoquerait la formation des fameuses croûtes noires qui maculent les murs des remparts. Seule solution d’après les chercheurs : éviter d’utiliser des engrais trop riches en potassium pour les parterres de fleurs à proximité du monument. Mais des mesures sur site sont prévues pour cartographier l’ampleur du phénomène.Le 8 janvier 2012 à 10:14 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Une zone morte dune superficie record se forme dans le golfe du

first_imgUne ‘zone morte’ d’une superficie record se forme dans le golfe du MexiqueSelon plusieurs scientifiques américains, un manque d’oxygène d’une étendue record pourrait créer dans le golfe du Mexique dès cette année une vaste “zone morte”. Autrement dit, une zone dans laquelle aucune vie marine ne serait possible.C’est un rapport de l’Agence océanique et atmosphérique américaine (NOAA) qui a dévoilé l’existence de l’inquiétant phénomène. Dans les profondeurs du golfe du Mexique, serait actuellement en train de se former un vaste périmètre où la vie marine deviendrait impossible, en raison d’un manque d’oxygène. D’après les chercheurs, cette “zone morte” pourrait dépasser les 22.000 kilomètres carrés, soit l’équivalent de la superficie de l’Etat du New Jersey. Elle deviendrait alors l’une des plus vastes zones mortes du monde.   En effet, ce genre de phénomène est en réalité loin d’être inédit dans le Golfe du Mexique. En 2002 déjà, une zone morte de 21.965 kilomètres carrés avait été constatée au large de la Louisiane, du Texas et de la Floride. C’était alors la plus importante jamais observée dans la région, précise la NOAA sur son site Internet. Mais celle qui est actuellement en train d’apparaitre pourrait être encore plus importante. D’après les scientifiques, une telle dégradation serait due à une pollution d’origine agricole, aggravée par les conditions météorologiques. Une “zone morte” due à des algues envahissantesAvec les vents, le ruissellement des eaux de pluies et d’importantes inondations, des quantités très importantes d’azote et de phosphore issus des engrais de l’industrie agricole ont atteint les eaux du Mississippi puis du Golfe. Or, ces polluants font proliférer des algues géantes qui lorsqu’elles coulent dans les fonds, sont décomposées par des bactéries. Mais ces micro-organismes captent l’oxygène, réduisant peu à peu la concentration de cet élément pourtant essentiel. Comme celui-ci n’est pas remplacé, l’oxygène se raréfie jusqu’à atteindre une teneur inférieure à 2 milligrammes par litre d’eau. Ceci est insuffisant pour les organismes marins qui colonisent les fonds. Aussi, les crustacés, les moules ou les vers qui ne peuvent facilement se déplacer meurent asphyxiés. Les poissons eux peuvent se déplacer vers des zones plus oxygénées mais s’ils ne font pas assez vite, ils peuvent perdre connaissance et également mourir par asphyxie. D’ailleurs, même s’ils parviennent à se déplacer la raréfaction des autres espèces dont ils se nourrissent peut grandement menacer leur survie. Or, la situation est d’autant plus sérieuse que la particularité de cette zone demeure invisible, souligne Donald Scavia, écologiste aquatique de l’Université du Michigan.  Une zone freinée par la tempête ? Ces zones sans vie marine dans le golfe du Mexique “affectent des pêcheries d’importance commerciale nationale et menacent l’économie de la région”, souligne la NOAA. “En 2012, le golfe du Mexique avait connu sa quatrième plus petite zone morte dans les annales, avec 5482 km2, à cause de la sécheresse qui avait frappé le Midwest”, rappelle l’organisation. Cette nouvelle zone morte pourrait donc être quatre fois plus importante, à moins qu’une grosse tempête tropicale ne touche la région.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?”Si la zone morte actuellement en formation connaît une grosse tempête tropicale entre juillet et août la projection actuelle pourrait passer à seulement 13.800 kilomètres carrés”, précise la NOAA. Ce serait donc en dessous de la moyenne des zones mortes dans le golfe du Mexique qui était de 14.500 kilomètres carrés ces cinq dernières années. Mais, l’Europe n’est pas épargnée puisque la plus grande zone sans vie jamais enregistrée a été repérée en 2010 dans les eaux de la mer Baltique. Des zones qui se multiplient dans le monde En 2003, 150 zones mortes avaient été repérées dans le monde. Selon un rapport présenté à l’ONU, ce chiffre est passé à 450 en 2008. Si la plus grande jamais observée atteindrait 70.000 kilomètres carrés, la majorité est bien moins étendue et certaines ne sont que temporaires. Néanmoins, le retour à la normale prend beaucoup de temps et varie en fonction de l’ampleur et de la durée du phénomène. De plus, ce retour à la normale exige d’agir sur la source du problème, ce qui n’est pas toujours évident, en particulier lorsqu’il s’agit de renoncer à l’utilisation des produits chimiques dans l’agriculture. Le 27 juin 2013 à 18:35 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Les 8 actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 9 mars

first_imgLes 8 actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 9 marsUne plongée dans Jupiter, un recyclage du plastique problématique et le mystère d’une aviatrice, voici votre concentré d’actualités scientifiques pour ce 9 mars. – La Norvège vient d’augmenter son quota annuel de chasse à la baleine. Il est désormais fixé à 1.278 cétacés. Cette augmentation vise à raviver cette pratique qui connait un net déclin depuis plusieurs années, malgré la controverse. En 2017, 432 baleines ont été tuées sur un quota de 999. – Nouvelle plongée dans Jupiter. La sonde Juno a livré des données inédites sur les cyclones qui sévissent au niveau du pôle Nord de la planète Selon ces données, ces phénomènes seraient plus profondément ancrés et dureraient plus longtemps que tous les processus atmosphériques similaires ayant cours sur Terre. – Seulement un quart des emballages en plastique sont recyclés en France. C’est la conclusion de l’enquête menée par le magazine 60 millions de consommateurs. Un chiffre qui traduit “un énorme problème sur le recyclage des plastiques” selon les auteurs de l’enquête alors que la France vise 100% de plastique recyclé en 2025.  – La lutte contre les fake news est loin d’être gagnée. En menant une vaste étude sur la question, des chercheurs ont constaté que les fake news ont 70% plus de chances d’être partagées sur le réseau social Twitter que la vérité. Les fausses informations circuleraient ainsi beaucoup plus vite et auprès de bien plus de personnes. – Un adolescent australien finit paralysé après avoir avalé une limace. Le cas parait insolite et pourtant il est bien réel. La limace était en réalité porteuse d’un nématode parasite qui a causé une grave infection du cerveau. L’adolescent est alors tombé dans le coma pendant 420 jours avant de se réveiller paralysé des pieds jusqu’au cou.   À lire aussiInfection, gaspillage et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 29 août- Cecil le lion aurait souffert de 10 heures d'”incroyable cruauté” avant sa mort. C’est ce qu’affirme le biologiste Andrew Loveridge dans un mémoire consacré au mâle tué en 2015. Walter Palmer, le dentiste américain à l’origine de sa mort a en effet utilisé une flèche pour l’abattre, laissant ensuite l’animal agoniser pendant des heures.    – Le mystère de l’aviatrice Amelia Earhart sera-t-il bientôt résolu ? Des os retrouvés sur une île du Pacifique appartiendraient bien à l’aventurière disparue en 1937. Si elle reste à confirmer, cette découverte suggère que l’aviatrice ne se serait pas écrasée en mer mais aurait réussi à atterrir sur l’île en question avant d’y mourir. – Le télescope Hubble vient de dévoiler une nouvelle image spectaculaire. Elle montre Arp 256, une paire de galaxies spirales barrées capturée à 350 millions d’années-lumière de la Terre. Les deux ont commencé à fusionner, éjectant au passage du gaz, de la poussière et des étoiles. Une scène aussi splendide que fascinante à observer pour le télescope. Le 9 mars 2018 à 00:15 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Geek Deals Roundup Save on the New Dell XPS 13 QuadCore Laptop

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Strowman vs Lashley in a Falls Count Anywhere Match set for RAW

first_img John Cena’s Replacement At WWE Crown Jewel Possibly Revealed Bobby Lashley Officially Replaces John Cena at Crown Jewel in Saudi Arabia WWE announced Friday on their website and Twitter that Braun Strowman and Bobby Lashley are set to brawl in a Falls Count Anywhere Match this Monday night on RAW live from the American Airlines Center in Dallas, TX.Wrestleview.com will have a live ongoing RAW recap beginning Monday night at 8:00 p.m. Eastern/7:00 CT.Live Post-Show on YouTubeBe sure to join Mike and Victoria Tedesco for another edition of Post-RAW on YouTube after the show.JUST ANNOUNCED: The #MonsterAmongMen @BraunStrowman and @fightbobby are set to BRAWL in a #FallsCountAnywhere Match this coming Monday on #RAW!https://t.co/PNFXRwrcft— WWE (@WWE) June 28, 2019 Now Playing Up Next Pinterest WhatsApp Twitter Now Playing Up Next Facebook Wrestleview Live #65: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte Bobby Lashley Jerome Wilen RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles WrestleMania: SNL Weekend Updates Michael Che And Colin Jost Got Strowman Now Playing Up Next Recommended videosPowered by AnyClipWWE’s Kevin Owens Scheduled For SurgeryVideo Player is loading.Play VideoPauseUnmuteDuration 0:30/Current Time 0:01Loaded: 100.00%0:01Remaining Time -0:29 FullscreenUp NextThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. Escape will cancel and close the window.TextColorWhiteBlackRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyOpaqueSemi-TransparentTransparentWindowColorBlackWhiteRedGreenBlueYellowMagentaCyanTransparencyTransparentSemi-TransparentOpaqueFont Size50%75%100%125%150%175%200%300%400%Text Edge StyleNoneRaisedDepressedUniformDropshadowFont FamilyProportional Sans-SerifMonospace Sans-SerifProportional SerifMonospace SerifCasualScriptSmall CapsReset restore all settings to the default valuesDoneClose Modal DialogEnd of dialog window.Replay the list Live Podcast: Reviewing and discussing WWE Clash of Champions from Charlotte WWE’s Kevin Owens Scheduled For Surgery Videos Articles Now Playing Up Next Videos Articles Roman Reigns Google+ Braun Strowman Will Bobby Lashley Finally Face Brock Lesnar? WWE Clash of Champions Results – 9/15/19 (Rollins vs. Strowman, Kingston vs. Orton)last_img read more

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Seattle man sentenced for ATM skimming spree

first_imgA Seattle man was sentenced to five years in prison, five years in supervised release and ordered to pay more than $400,000 in restitution for an ATM skimming spree in Washington, Oregon, California and Nevada, the U.S. Attorney’s Office said Tuesday.Beneyam Asrat G-Sellassie, 23, of Seattle was sentenced for conspiracy to commit access device fraud, bank fraud and aggravated identity theft, U.S. Attorney Jenny A. Drukan said.G-Sellassie pleaded guilty in March. He was arrested in Seattle in June 2011 when Chase bank security personnel told police he was attempting to make withdrawals from compromised accounts from Las Vegas, according to a U.S. Attorney’s Office release.At the time of his arrest, G-Sellassie had 22 gift cards that had been turned into counterfeit debit cards. He took more than $435,000 from 639 victims, the attorney’s office said. He allegedly compromised more than 2,000 accounts.“He was very active in Portland” and along the Interstate 5 corridor, said U.S. attorney’s spokeswoman Emily Langlie, adding that it doesn’t appear any of the cases were from Vancouver.The case was investigated by the U.S. Secret Service Electronic Crimes Task Force.last_img read more

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Sri Lanka announces nationwide curfew after 8 explosions on Easter Sunday 7

first_imgSeventh explosion has been reported from a hotel near Dehiwala zootwitterTwo more blasts have been reported in Sri Lanka’s capital city of  Colombo leaving two people dead. The police have now reportedly arrested seven men with suspected links to the blasts. The seventh explosion was reported from Tropical Inn hotel near the zoo in the suburban district of Dehiwala and the eighth blast was reported from Mahavilla Garden Road.The earlier explosions at three churches and three luxury hotels had resulted in the deaths of nearly 180 people and had wounded over 400. There were 35 foreign nationals among the victims.A nationwide curfew has been implemented by the Sri Lankan government from 6 pm on Sunday to 6 am on Monday. The government has also imposed a temporary ban on social media.The High Commission of India in Colombo has opened up its helpline for those in need of assistance. Indian citizens in need of assistance or help and for seeking clarification may call the following numbers: +94777903082, +94112422788, +94112422789.(awaiting further details)last_img read more

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Swara Bhasker Divya Dutta turn lesbians in Sheer Khurma to break taboo

first_imgSwara Bhasker and Divya DuttaCollage of photos taken from Twitter and FacebookDivya Dutta and Swara Bhasker are set to break the taboos around homosexuality with their roles as romantic lovers in Faraz Arif Ansari’s upcoming movie Sheer Khurma.Divya Dutta is one actress whose filmography boasts of a wide range of characters, and she has portrayed each one with equal finesse. Now the actress is about to add another feather in her portfolio with Faraz Arif Ansari’s Sheer Khurma, in which she and Swara Bhasker will play romantic partners.Sheer Khurma, which also stars veteran actress Surekha Sikri, traces the journey of a queer woman searching for a sense of belonging, an identity and acceptance from her family.When asked about having Dutta on board, Faraz revealed that she was his only choice even while writing the film. He said, “Divya and Swara are two celebrated names in the industry and strong allies of the LGBTQIA+ community. It was an easy decision to approach them. In fact, when I started writing the film, I had Divya in my mind, and already saw her playing this role.”While many actors would not even consider playing an LGBTQIA+ protagonist, Divya Dutta revealed that she had no reservations about taking up this role’ because of the rapport she shares with Faraz. The actress said, “I have worked with him previously and I know what he has to offer.”Divya Dutta added, “For me, this is not just a film. It’s a story about relationships – including this woman’s with her family and her partner, which is something that needs to be talked about amid all the taboo that exists in our society. I took up this role because I wanted to challenge myself as an actor and discover another side of me.”Talking about her co-stars, Divya Dutta said, “I am in good hands, as I have Swara and Surekha ji as my co-actors, who are equally fabulous. I always wanted to share a screen with them. It is going to be lovely to bring in all the emotions of women who are in this and find a way to strike a balance in society.”last_img read more

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Detective Pikachu Gets a Western Release Huge Amiibo

first_imgStay on target Enter the World of ‘Pokemon: Detective Pikachu’ at SDCC 2019‘Pokemon Sleep’ Puts Pocket Monsters in Your Dreams We know that a live-action Detective Pikachu movie is in the works. Perhaps it’s no surprise the game which inspired the film is finally being released in the West. This isn’t a regular release either, as the 3DS title will have functionality with an oversized amiibo figure.Though the game is called Detective Pikachu, players actually control a boy named Tim Goodman. Tim, along with a talkative, coffee-loving Pikachu, solve mysteries in Ryme City. As players progress, they’ll meet many characters, and of course, other Pokémon. The duo’s ultimate goal is to find Tim’s missing father. You can see what the game is about in the video below.As you can see, this is unlike any Pokémon game you’ve ever played. Instead of battling other pocket monsters, players must search for clues by examining the environment. Pikachu shouts “A bolt of brilliance!” whenever enough clues are gathered to further the case. The whole thing is very odd, but I suppose we should give the game props for bringing something decidedly different to the franchise.AdChoices广告Expect a giant amiibo figure to release alongside the game. The amiibo allows players to view all of the “Pika Prompts” cutscenes from chapters they’ve completed. This even includes prompts they previously missed. This sounds like a handy tool for completionists. If nothing else, the gargantuan amiibo should make a fine addition to one’s amiibo collection.There was no mention of any upcoming 3DS games during yesterday’s Nintendo Direct. This could mean Nintendo is (finally) ramping down support for its popular handheld. If that’s the case, Detective Pikachu may very well be one of the last big releases for the device this year. Outside of this game, Kirby Battle Royale, and Dragon Quest XI, there isn’t much on the horizon for 3DS in 2018.Detective Pikachu comes to a 3DS near you on March 23.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

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State sees major reshuffle in IPS cadre

first_imgKolkata: In a major reshuffle of IPS officers in the state, Superintendent of Police (SP), Hooghly (rural) has been changed. 19 more IPS officers’ postings have been changed as well. According to the order published on Thursday, SP, Hooghly (rural) Sukhendu Hira has been posted as the Deputy Commissioner (DC), Reserve Force (RF) in Kolkata Police. Tathagata Basu, who was the DC (headquarters) in Chandannagar Police Commissionerate, will replace Hira. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataSanjay Chander, Director General (DG) of Counter Insurgency Force (CIF) has been made the DG Establishment, while Siddh Nath Gupta, who was the Additional Director General (ADG) Establishment, has been transferred to the post of ADG, CIF. Vishal Garg, Inspector General (IG), Presidency Range, has been made the IG, Criminal Investigation Department (CID) II. Meanwhile, Kallol Ganai, IG, Burdwan Range, has been made the IG, Traffic in West Bengal Police. Tanmay Ray Chaudhuri, who was the Deputy Director, Directorate of Economic Offences, has been transferred to the post of DIG, Burdwan Range.last_img read more

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Middlekauff talks with former Senior Bowl Director Phil Savage on why the

first_imgMiddlekauff talks with former NFL GM, Senior Bowl Director, and Alabama football analyst about his hopes for the Alliance of American Football League to fill the role as an NFL developmental league, and why he thinks the league fills a void to develop players.John and Phil also discuss the top NFL QB’s that have played in the Senior Bowl, and how evaluating college QB’s has changed over the last five years, and why he isn’t convinced Tua Tagovailoa isn’t a lock to begin the year as the starter. Middlekauff also takes listener questions in Middlekauff’s Mailbag.Follow John on Twitter at @JohnMiddlekauff and download and subscribe to the 3 and Out on Apple, iHeart or wherever you download your podcasts now! Rate 5 Stars and leave your questions in the iTunes comments and John will answer them every week.last_img read more

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Where is the environmental discussion in Costa Ricas presidential campaign

first_imgIn December, the advocacy group Environmental Network Alliance hoped to bring green issues to the forefront of Costa Rica’s presidential debates by scheduling anenvironmental forum for candidates. Only two of 13 candidates – Luis Guillermo Solís and José María Villalta – showed up.With a month to go for Costa Rica’s presidential runoff election between ruling National Liberation Party candidate Johnny Araya and Solís, of the Citizen Action Party, little seems to have changed.“The fact that a country that claims to be an environmental leader has an election and the environment, climate change and conservation are not part of the debate is very troubling,” said Mónica Araya, director of Costa Rica Limpia, a new organization that hopes to raise environmental awareness in the political realm.Alarmed by what the group describes as a lack of discussion on environmental issues, Costa Rica Limpia launched in January with a video calling for a president who would support a “clean” Costa Rica. The organization quickly gained momentum, pulling in more than 25,000 followers on Facebook. Related posts:Solís to suspend Costa Rica’s carbon neutrality goal A look at Costa Rica’s 2014 elections Live Costa Rica election results UCR Poll: Solís running away with runoff election Mónica Araya, who was a vice presidential candidate for Social Christian Unity Party candidate Rodolfo Hernández before he dropped out of the race, began by analyzing the candidates’ platforms. Then, focusing on 13 different areas, the Costa Rica Limpia team began publishing proposals by each of the top five candidates. In many cases, those candidates had not addressed the issues publicly or in their government proposals.“One interaction that took us by surprise was Twitter,” Mónica Araya said. “We would post that a candidate did not have a public stance on an issue and then their campaign would respond with the party’s plan.”Though Costa Rica Limpia has captured the attention of voters interested in the environment, with a few exceptions, the candidates still do not view the environment as a core campaigning issue, the group says. According to Jaime Ordoñez, director of the Central American Institute for Governance, this is similar to past elections.“Costa Rican political parties are so traditional,” he said. “Fiscal issues, social security, infrastructure; these are things the parties know how to talk about and that have large constituencies. The environment is a new issue.”According to Ordoñez, time and training are required to change the old model. While Costa Rica has no shortage of environmental groups, Costa Rica Limpia is one of few organizations geared towards politicizing green issues.“I don’t see the environment becoming a topic of discussion in the next month,” Ordoñez said. “To change election themes you need frameworks and groups trained to create that narrative.”While Solís and Johnny Araya continue to hammer on issues like corruption, social security and infrastructure, their plans on hot-button environmental issues like the looming 2021 carbon neutrality deadline remain nebulous.“It is frustrating to watch as plans for carbon neutrality are failed to put into action,” said Leiner Vargas, from the National University’s International Center for Economic Policy for Sustainable Development. “I don’t see enough force behind this issue from the candidates. It isn’t an emphasis.”Recommended: Poás Volcano spews material 300 meters high after explosion inside craterVargas led the transport carbon-reduction research team for Laura Chinchilla’s administration in 2012, and also works on candidate Johnny Araya’s economic team. He says that large parts of the plan have yet to be implemented, and he doubts it will be a priority with a new administration.“Where are the journalists and groups asking the candidates these questions?” Vargas asked. “People are asking about whether the future president will pay to have cookies in their meetings instead of whether or not they plan to preserve the oceans.”Vargas isn’t alone in pointing a finger at the media. Mónica Araya also says traditional media has failed to bring up the environment in debates and at press conferences. To counter this, Costa Rica Limpia is developing a media analysis project to look at 10 topics and to count the number of stories published about them in each of the main news outlets.Costa Rica Limpia hopes that through these projects candidates not only will start to think about the importance of environmental campaigning, but also will begin to see links between the environment and the economy.“In Costa Rica more than anywhere you can see the economic advantages conservation has with tourism and green jobs, so why are we talking about unemployment without also bringing up the environment?” Vargas asked. “This is just allowing politicians to kick the ball to the next administration.”This week, PAC’s Solís did address the issue in a Facebook post, saying, “We have a beautiful country! Full of ecological, continental and marine wealth. For us, development should be founded on conservation, and the protection and sustainable management of natural resources.”The post generated more than 1,500 likes in a few hours.center_img Still, green groups already are looking ahead to 2016 municipal elections, when they plan to bring up issues like recycling and trash management.“I would say that the candidates lost a massive opportunity to make Costa Ricans fall in love with a vision focused on development, help and sustainability,” Mónica Araya said. “We do hope this is the last election that will be silent on these issues.” Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter International Womens D

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterInternational Women’s Day this year will see luxury travel advisory company, the Goldman Group, celebrate its leading women by temporarily rebranding to the ‘Goldwoman Group’.On Friday 8 March, Goldman Group offices around the country will also display a Goldwoman Group logo to honour all influential women in the company and travel industry.This year’s International Women’s Day theme is #BalanceforBetter, which opens the conversation about a balanced world, calling to celebrate women’s achievements while enforcing change to create a gender-balanced world in 2019 and beyond.“Today we celebrate the women of Goldman Group for their invaluable contribution to the company and wider travel industry,” says David and Anthony Goldman, Joint Managing Directors of the Goldman Group.“On International Women’s Day, we want to take it one step further for the women who make up 85% of our team,” says Tom Goldman.Celebrating 36 years in the travel industry in 2019, The Goldman Group has contributed to excelling the careers of many women in the travel industry. From those new to the industry straight from studies, or those transitioning to a travel career later in life, the Goldman Group is instrumental in building a foundation for its travel advisors.The Goldman Group’s Anthony, Tom and David GoldmanA handful of Goldwomen have shared their highlights and humble beginnings in the travel industry below.Louise Crane of Travelcall Melbourne commenced on her second career path as a travel advisor in her 40s, after working for a family manufacturing business for many years.“I wanted to use my skillset towards something that I would enjoy selling, researching, talking and thinking about. Possessing passion, knowledge, experience and technological skills allows you to embark on an amazing career in the travel industry. I love waking up in the morning and checking my emails to find replies from my international colleagues in St Petersburg, Shanghai and Cuzco assisting me with itinerary requests for my clients,” says Crane.“I began working in travel in my early 20s, I had just returned from a big overseas trip when I had the realisation that a career in travel would allow me to work on what I was most passionate about. It’s been a truly rewarding career, and I’ve been lucky enough to meet inspiring role models along the way – as well as have some incredible travel experiences that make me thankful to be part of such an exciting industry,” says Kristie McShane of Quintessentially Travel Australia.Following a conversation with Michael Holtz (CEO of SmartFlyer USA) and many years of deliberating, Gloria Gammo found herself starting a travel business from scratch.“I did so much personal travel that my family and friends would ask me to book their travel for them – so I did! This turned into booking travel for friends of friends, and five years on, I have cultivated a solid client list who entrust me with their travel plans. Honeymoons are one of my favourite client trips to plan; they’re always fun and tend to comprise of a multi-destination itinerary,” says Gammo.“Not giving away my age, but I started in the travel industry as a telephonist and sole domestic consultant. All bookings with clients and airlines were conducted over the phone and I delivered the tickets on foot. Looking back, it was so much fun, and a different environment. I had no experience other than selling, and smoking in the office was totally acceptable with your clients!” says Terrye Pepper-Hill, Goldman Travel Corporation.“I have put together many wonderful trips for loyal clients. I’m sentimental when it comes to arranging travel, and it’s all about the memories for me. I want to create genuine, unforgettable memories and unbeatable travel experiences for my clients. We travel not to escape life but, so life does not escape us; if I’m able to create this for my clients, then my job is well done!” says Janine Kovkin, Travel Phase.Elizabeth Clarke leads a group of professional and successful women at The Cruise Centre.“I am proud and extremely lucky to be able to work alongside such intelligent, strong women in the travel industry on a day-to-day basis. The Cruise Centre women are at the forefront of the industry and continue to inspire me,” said Clarke.Go back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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Health minister asks parents for green light to administer HPV to girls

first_imgHealth Minister Giorgos Pamboridis on Friday urged parents to give their consent for their daughters to be given the free human papilloma virus (HPV) vaccine against cervical cancer in school as it is safe.This is the first year the vaccine is being administered to all girls aged between 12 and 13 in all schools, state and private. The HPV vaccine is not mandatory, and it will be administered in the same way as the rest of the vaccinations offered in schools for free by the state.This year the vaccine is intended for all girls born between January 2003 and December 31, 2004.“With the beginning of the school year, parents will be notified through the school medical service regarding the vaccination process of their children, while their written consent is required,” Pamboridis said.This quadrivalent vaccine is to be granted in two doses according to the European Medicines Agency guidelines, the ministry said, and “it is perfectly safe”.“The vaccination offers 100 per cent protection against the two main types of the virus, the 18 and 16, that are responsible for 70 per cent of all cancers, while offering additional protection against types 6 and 11, responsible for 90 per cent of genital warts,” Pamboridis said.“The vaccination shields girls from a cancer characterised by the World Health Organisation as the deadliest form of cancer worldwide,” he said.He added that cervical cancer is the second most frequent form among women, while seven women in Cyprus die from it each year.He said that it is safe as scientists have observed for decades women who were administered the vaccine and they noticed that they did not experience any serious side effect apart from the usual side effects presented in all vaccines, such as pain and redness at the vaccination point, while in two per cent of the cases “sometimes generalised reactions are presented such as fever and headache”.“Therefore, I urge parents to give their consent for their children to be vaccinated,” he said.Regarding the prevention of cervical cancer, Pamboridis said that “certainly the vaccine does not replace the Pap smear”.He also said that the vaccine is already administered in over 100 countries worldwide, while Cyprus is today the 24th EU member state to “adopt the HPV vaccine”.To-date, the HPV vaccine was only offered by private doctors but its high cost was preventing many parents from having their children vaccinated. You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoGundry MDHow To Make Your Dark Spots Fade (Effortless 2 Minute Routine)Gundry MDUndoCity BeautyLift Sagging Skin And Jowls Without Surgery (Do This)City BeautyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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