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Sia And Survivor Finalist Support Wildlife Alliance

first_imgOn the finale of Season 32 of CBS’s Survivor, singer/songwriter Sia crashed the show to tell her favorite contestant, Tai Trang, that she will donate $50,000 to an animal charity of his choice.That charity turned out to be Wildlife Alliance.The chart-topping singer announced she was going to give Tai the money to donate during the Season Finale Reunion episode, and thanked him for, “showing America how to be kind to animals.” An animal rights activist herself, Sia was moved by Tai’s respect for all living things.Tai Trang, the fan favorite of the season, chose to donate $40,000 to Wildlife Alliance after he and two other contestants won a tour to Phnom Tamao Wildlife Rescue Center as a prize on the show. During the episode, Wildlife Alliance’s Wildlife Programs Director, Nick Marx, introduced the contestants to Lucky the elephant, and explained that the animals at the center were all rescued from the illegal wildlife trade. Wildlife trafficking is estimated to be worth $20 billion annually, making it one of the most lucrative black market trades in the world. While Tai was moved by the stories of the rescued animals, no one could have foreseen that his compassion would result in Sia donating to help save countless animals from the grips of poachers.Wildlife Alliance (WA) has been working in Cambodia since 2000, providing direct protection to forests and wildlife. WA’s mission is to combat deforestation, wildlife extinction, climate change, and poverty by partnering with local communities and governments. To date, Wildlife Alliance has preserved more than 2 million acres of forest, overturned 36 industrial land concessions, rescued over 62,000 animals from the illegal wildlife trade and delivered environmental education to more than 200,000 students, teachers and community members.last_img read more

October 16, 2019 0

Police in Macedonia’s border Stop 3,000 Refugees with stun grenades and…

Miami – Europe’s Migrant crisis in Macedonia results in frightened and injured refugees held back by police.Thousands of migrants were dispersed by the use of force by the Macedonian riot police when trying to cross the Greek-Macedonian border. Police threw stun grenades and tear gas into the crowd leaving both children and adults injured and terrified.The British Daily Mail reports in detail the events that left at least 8 refugees injured and thousands in despair. A youngster was found bleeding from “shrapnel” damages after being hit by a stun grenade as the crowd screamed “help us”. The outrage occurred near the border train station of Idomeni, northern Greece. Photographs demonstrate the pain and suffering of these migrants whose look on their faces is enough to tell the story. Children are seen crying and holding on to each other as the police use shields to separate the masses. Officers with batons and heavy force “crush” refugees into the ground regardless of gender or age.As the police applied force with their riot shields, at least 10 migrants were reported fainted. Some fell unconscious and were bleeding. Those who were still standing are pictured assisting the injured, including women and children who were separated from their parents.Europe’s migrant crisis has overburdened several countries including Greece, Italy, Germany, France and Britain. Migrants from Middle East and Africa have crossed borders entering Europe. These refugees undergo harsh conditions in refugee camps waiting for days at the borders with little to no facilities. The same source quotes Jad, a 25-year old Syrian in the fields of Edomeni, “We are very angry because the police had told us they would let us through today. We are not animals”.Migrants were unable to cross the border on foot, not even along the railroad tracks since police deterred them by throwing coils of razor wire all over the tracks.Even though Macedonia has declared state of emergency, human rights organizations are against their violent measures. Amnesty International’s Deputy Europe Director, Gauri van Gulik expressed, “Macedonian authorities are responding as if they were dealing with rioters rather than refugees who have fled conflict and persecution. Every country has the power to patrol its own borders, but this kind of para-military response is an unacceptable push-back in violation of international law”.On the other hand, Macedonian police spokesman Ivo Kotevski reiterated, “Police and the army will control a 30-mile stretch of the border to stop a massive influx of migrants coming from Greece”.Macedonia’s Minister of the Interior said in a previous statement that a limited number of ‘vulnerable’ migrants would be allowed to cross the border. Police allegedly issued around 181 transit documents to migrants from Syria, Bangladesh and Pakistan after declaring the state of emergency.Reportedly, Bulgaria has taken steps to control its borders as well to impede the flow of migrants. The Bulgarian Ministry of Defense issued a statement proposing “concrete measures to secure the state border together with the Interior Ministry”.Before Macedonian police took harsher measures, the country had been witnessing illegal crossings of around 2,000 refugees daily. Most of these refugees are desperately entering Europe escaping conflict and persecution in Iraq, Syria and Libya.The same source reports the Greek Coast Guard has picked up 620 refugees in 15 search-and-rescue operations in the last 24 hours, near several Greek islands. The number of migrants crossing Macedonia has reached 39,000 just in the last month, according to authorities.Migrants’ stories are those of oppressed victims in search of freedom in European lands. A Syrian refugee with her husband and a baby shares, “We want to go to Germany to find a new life because everything has been destroyed in Syria”.Refugees wait for days to board limited-space trains to be transported into Germany, Hungary and other European nations. Pictures depict migrants sleeping on the ground, others praying for freedom and hope after arriving aboard inflatable boats to the refugee camps.Life for these migrants is very challenging even in the countries where they are given asylum. Germany has reported several attacks of hostility towards these refugees who are given space in overpopulated shelters accounting well over 800,000 individuals.Conditions are worsening as locals and those against the refugee movement assault these shelters in disagreement. Those who venture into northern territories fear the town of Calais as they say “conditions are so appalling they would rather die trying to escape it and sneak into Britain by jumping onto trucks and Eurotunnel trains”.The search for peace and freedom is filled with many setbacks and many lose their lives dreaming of a better future. read more

October 12, 2019 0

King Mohammed VI Congratulates Portuguese President on Euro 2016 Title

Rabat – King Mohammed VI sent a message of congratulations to Portuguese president Marcelo Rebelo de Sousa, on the triumph of the Portuguese football team in the 2016 European Championship of Nations over the French team (1-0).The Portuguese football team ended brilliantly the 2016 edition of the European Championship of Nations by wining the final of this competition against the French team. On this occasion, “I am glad to extend to you and to the friendly Portuguese people my heartfelt congratulations,” said the King in the message.The sovereign also extended his sincere congratulations to the players and the technical staff of the Portuguese team who, throughout this championship, gave the best of themselves and accomplish such huge achievement. read more

October 12, 2019 0

Fire causes extensive damage to BIA dutyfree shop warehouse

It was reported that the fire lasted for nearly two hours before it was brought under control.Flight operations at the airport were not affected by the incident. (Colombo Gazette) A fire caused extensive damage to a duty-free shop warehouse at the Bandaranaike International Airport (BIA) this morning.The Police said that the fire broke out early this morning and was later extinguished by the fire brigade unit at the airport.

October 8, 2019 0

SG Flensburg lost Petar Djordjic for the upcoming season

← Previous Story Women’s U20 WCh: Japan only non-European team in the 1/4 Finals! Next Story → TRANSFER BOMB: Ivano Balic joins BM Atletico Madrid! Bad news for German SG Flensburg. One of the possible stars in the upcoming season in DKB Bundesliga, Petar Djordjic (22) got injured at the Super Cup Final against THW Kiel 26:29 and he will miss probably the rest of the season. Young Serbian left back was taken out of the court after knee injury during the match with “Zebras”. MRI approved the worst scenario, injury of right knee ligaments, so Petar is forced to leave at least 6 months of the season, but more realistic is to miss almost whole season… Petar DjordjićSG Flensburg read more

September 22, 2019 0

Third victim in Encinitas cliff collapse identified

first_img Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek  . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – The three victims killed in the Encinitas bluff collapse have been identified as members of the same family.Officials said yesterday that 65-year-old Julie Davis and 35-year-old Anne Clave, a mother and daughter, died in the cliff collapse. The third victim has been identified as Elizabeth Cox, Davis’ sister.The three women died yesterday and two others were injured after the cliffs above them collapsed.The area has since been reopened to the public, and a memorial has been set up for the community to pay their respects to the family. KUSI Newsroom, KUSI Newsroom Updated: 6:39 PMcenter_img Posted: August 4, 2019 Third victim in Encinitas cliff collapse identified August 4, 2019last_img read more

September 17, 2019 0

New drugs may make a dent in lung ovarian cancer

first_imgCHICAGO — New drugs are making a dent against some hard-to-treat cancers, but some results raise fresh questions about whether the benefit is worth the cost.For the first time in a decade, an experimental drug has extended the lives of patients with advanced lung cancer who relapsed after standard chemotherapy. But the drug used in the study gave patients just six extra weeks of life on average, and costs $6,000 per infusion as currently sold to treat a different form of cancer.Eli Lilly and Co.’s drug, Cryamza, was discussed Saturday at a cancer conference in Chicago, where other studies showed:o The drug Imbruvica, sold by Pharmacyclics Inc. and Janssen Biotech, substantially improved survival and could set a new standard of care for relapsed chronic lymphocytic leukemia, or CLL, the most common leukemia in adults. Doctors say the pill more precisely targets cancer and is a good option for older people who can’t tolerate standard chemotherapy infusions.o Two experimental pills from AstraZeneca PLC worked much better than one alone against ovarian cancer that resisted or came back after standard chemo. The drugs significantly prolonged the time women lived without their disease worsening.LUNG CANCERCyramza is sold now to treat stomach cancer and fights the formation of blood vessels that feed tumors. French researchers led a study with 1,253 patients who relapsed after initial treatment of advanced lung cancer, a more common disease.last_img read more

September 16, 2019 0

US government halts gender race and ethnicity pay data reporting requirements

first_imgThe US government has issued an immediate stay and review of an administration rule that would have required US organisations to report their employee pay data by gender, race, and ethnicity.The Obama administration originally proposed a revision to the Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) EEO-1 form in January 2016 to expand its data collection requirements to include gathering information on pay by gender, race, and ethnic groups. This was to help focus enforcement of equal pay laws and provide insights into discriminatory pay practices.The EEO-1 form was revised in September 2016 following approval from the EEOC and the Office of Management and Budget (OMB). The revisions included requests for employers with 100 or more employees and federal contractors with 50 or more staff to provide data on wages and hours worked. The revised form also required employers to report data on the range of compensation paid to employees in each demographic group, but organisations were not required to disclose individual employees’ salaries.Employers would have been required to submit their data for 2017 by 31 March 2018. As a result of the stay, employers will now use the pre-September 2016 EEO-1 form to provide their 2017 data by March 2018. The previous EEO-1 form already included the collection of data on race, ethnicity, and gender by occupational category, and this will remain in effect.On 29 August 2017, the OMB informed the EEOC that the revision would come under review, and the implementation of the changes would be halted under the Paperwork Reduction Act (PRA). The OMB stated that it is concerned that the revisions lack practical utility, are unnecessarily burdensome, and do not adequately address privacy and confidentiality issues.Furthermore, the OMB determined that the circumstances relating to the data collection have changed since the initial proposals were made because data file specifications for employers were released after the public comment process and were also not included in the supporting statement for the collection of information. It therefore found that the original burden estimates were incorrect because they did not take these additional data file specifications into account. These factors provide the grounds for the OMB to conduct a review into the revisions.Victoria Lipnic, acting chair at the EEOC, said: “The EEOC remains committed to strong enforcement of our federal equal pay laws, a position I have long advocated. [This] decision will not alter EEOC’s enforcement efforts.“I had consistently urged OMB to make a decision on this matter so that stakeholders would be aware of reporting obligations.“Going forward, we at the EEOC will review the order and our options. I do hope that this decision will prompt a discussion of other more effective solutions to encourage employers to review their compensation practices to ensure equal pay and close the wage gap. I stand ready to work with Congress, federal agencies, and all stakeholders to achieve that goal.”last_img read more

September 15, 2019 0

Canon EOS RP 1300 fullframe mirrorless aggressively targets enthusiasts

first_img 1x 29 minutes See It Yes See it $1,998 1x See It Hot Shoe Flash Focal-length multiplier 24.3MP Exmor CMOS 14-bit Manual aperture and shutter in video Yes Yes Yes ISO 50 (exp)/ ISO 100-ISO 25,600 Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n) , Bluetooth Canon Sony Shutter speed OLED EVF 100% coverage 2.4m dots 0.5 in/1.3 cm 0.71x/0.71x 5fps n/a 1x SDXC (UHS II) 384 zones Metering sensitivity Compare specs Sensitivity range Yes 22.2 oz 628 g Audio Aloysius Low/CNET Canon’s new EOS RP wants to lure enthusiasts looking for something a little less chunky. It’s a mirrorless equivalent of the EOS 6D Mark II DSLR, boasting an aggressively competitive price and, for its class, an impressively lightweight body.The body goes for only $1,300 (£1,400, AU$2,100), and comes in a kit with the RF 24-105mm f4 L lens for $2,400 (£2,330, no kit in Australia). At those prices, it’s competing with older models that have experienced price drops over the years, most notably the Sony A7 II.Because Canon doesn’t have any inexpensive lenses for the RF system, though, that kit price puts it in competition with the recent Sony A7 III and its (admittedly meh) 28-70mm f3.5-5.6 lens. But the A7 III has more flexible video options, better battery life, faster continuous shooting and in-body image Aloysius Low/CNET There are some RF lenses on the 2019 roadmap, namely:RF 85mm F1.2 L USMRF 85mm F1.2 L USM DSRF 24-70mm F2.8 L IS USMRF 15-35mm F2.8 L IS USMRF 70-200mm F2.8 L IS USMRF 24-240mm F4-6.3 IS USMThat last one — not part of Canon’s “L” professional line — will likely be the cheap lens for a future kit, so I’d expect a less-expensive kit choice by holiday shopping season rather than in time for the RP’s Feb. 27 initial availability (you can preorder now, though). But 24-240mm is a nice comprehensive focal range for an all-in-one lens.One pricing oddity, at least in the US: The 24-105mm lens is currently on sale for $900 on Canon’s site, making it cheaper to buy the body and lens separately than as a kit. And at full price, the kit costs the same as buying the lens and body separately. Normally, a kit costs less than the sum of its Aloysius Low/CNET You can, of course, use existing EF-mount lenses with the RP, as you can with its big brother, the EOS R. The RP doesn’t come bundled with the adapter, though, so that will cost you another $100. And the EF lenses are bigger, which diminishes some of the advantages of the smaller body.The RP looks like the EOS R from the front, but has Canon’s more consumer-oriented control layout on the top and a different location for the viewfinder’s eye sensor. It’s smaller than the EOS R, but still larger than Sony’s A7 models. What we do like about the camera so far is just how light it is — at just over a pound (485 grams), you’ll hardly feel it in your hands if you’re used to DSLRs. (Early leaked specifications put it at an absurdly light 14 ounces (400 grams), but that’s without the battery and SD card.) But Canon can cut the weight because it doesn’t use in-body image stabilization; expect the OIS lenses to weigh it down a bit.You may not care about the tradeoffs Canon makes for the low price, but there are a few. At the top is the awful battery life: It’s rated at 250 shots, which is worse than the original Sony A7’s, which everyone complained about. Continuous shooting speed only hits 4 frames per second with continuous autofocus and autoexposure. 4K UHD recording tops out at 24 fps and it doesn’t support Canon’s C-Log profile. While the updated Digic 8 image processor should eke some improved image quality out of the 26.2-megapixel sensor it inherits from the 6D Mark II, it’s still an unimpressive sensor compared with the A7 II. And Canon’s still an optical-stabilization-only holdout. Wireless connection 5.2 x 3.3 x 2.8 in 133 x 85 x 70 mm No Stereo; mic input; headphone jack Mfr. price (body only) 35.8 x 23.9mm Viewfinder (mag/ effective mag) 29m59s $2,399, £2,329 (with 24-105mm f4 lens) OLED EVF 100% coverage 2.4m dots 0.4 in/1 cm 0.7x/0.7x No 250 shots (1,865 mAh) -3 to 20 EV Yes Battery life (CIPA rating) $1,000, £1,699, AU$1,899 Wi-Fi, NFC headphone jack, mic input Cameras Burst shooting Canon EOS RP Autofocus Best video Memory slots OLPF 26.2 Dual Pixel CMOS 14 bits 17.1 oz (est.) 485 g (est.) Sony A7 III XAVC S 1080/60p, 720/120p @ 50Mbps Yes Amazon Sensor shift 5-axis 1,200 zones 3 in/7.7 cm Articulated touch screen 1.04m dots 4.7 x 2.7 x 1.5 in 127 x 96 x 60 mm LCD 3 in/7.5cm Tilting 921,600 dots plus extra set of white dots 1/8,000 to 30 secs; bulb; 1/250 sec x-sync QuickTime MOV H.264 4K UHD/24p at 120Mbps 8-bit 4:2:0, 1080/60p Shutter durability -1 – 20 EV Yes No 1x SDXC Wireless flash -5 to 18 EV Share your voice AF sensitivity (at center point) 4,779-point phase detection 270 shots (VF), 350 shots (LCD) (1,080 mAh) Size (WHD) 1/4,000 to 30 secs; bulb, 1/180 sec x-sync See It Optical $1,200, £1,979 (with 28-70mm lens) Sensor size February 2019 -1 – 20 EV n/a $1,999 $1,299, £1,399, AU$2,099 Sony A7 II Release date IS December 2014 Comments Yes Body operating weight CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Dell Sensor effective resolution $1,998 35.9 x 24mm ISO 50 (exp)/ISO 100-ISO 40,000/102,400 (exp) $1,999 Best Buy Metering Clean HDMI out Hybrid AF system Full frame: 25-area contrast AF;117-pt phase- detection APS-C: 25-area contrast AF; 99-point phase detection Preview • Sony A7 III, a full-power full-frame mirrorless for only $2,000 Up to 4fps 50 raw/unlimited JPEG (5fps with continuous focus/tracking) 2 Mentioned Above Sony A7 III (body only) Tags Primary kit Maximum best-quality recording timelast_img read more

September 10, 2019 0

Implement 10 per cent EBC reservation BJP demands government

first_imgKakinada: BJP state EC member and Srikakulam district party in-charge P Ravi Kiran demanded that the state government implement 10 per cent EBC reservations provided by Prime Minister Narendra Modi from 2019 academic year onwards. The BJP leader on Tuesday reminded that an act to this effect was brought into force by Modi in January. Ravi Kiran insisted that the AP government should initiate measures for implementation of these reservations as the counselling process for medical and engineering will begin in July. The BJP leader also demanded for implementation of EBC reservations in universities under AP government including polytechnics. Besides this, the BJP leader demanded for implementation of 10 per cent reservation in employment in AP government services.last_img read more

September 6, 2019 0

Pakistan opposition parties to bring noconfidence motion

first_imgISLAMABAD: Pakistan’s opposition parties on Friday announced to bring a no-confidence motion next week against Senate chairman Sadiq Sanjrani, who they claimed is pro-government. Sanjrani from Balochistan was elected as chairman of the Upper House in 2018 when Pakistan People Party (PPP) and Imran Khan’s Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) joined hands to defeat the then ruling Pakistan Muslim League-Nawaz (PML-N). Also Read – EAM Jaishankar calls on European Parliament President David Sassoli Advertise With Us The decision to bring the no-confidence motion against Sanjrani was taken by an 11-member committee of nine opposition parties, including Jamiat Ulema-i-Islam-Fazl (JUI-F) and Awami National Party (ANP). “We have agreed that the Senate chairman should be removed and motion against him will be submitted on July 9. The opposition will come up with a new name for the post on July 11,” JUI-F leader Akram Khan Durrani told reporters here after a meeting of the committee. Durrani also announced that the opposition would observe July 25, the anniversary of the 2018 general election, as a “black day”.last_img read more

September 6, 2019 0

Significant events that marked 2018

first_imgFrom a spy drama that poisoned ties between Russia and the West to major US turnarounds under president Donald Trump, here are some of the major events that marked 2018.- Russian spy poisoning saga -On 4 March, Russian former double agent Sergei Skripal and his adult daughter are discovered unconscious and poisoned on a bench in Salisbury, England.London points the finger at Moscow and in September issues arrest warrants for two Russian operatives for attempting to kill the Skripals. Moscow rejects all charges.Angry exchanges between the two capitals bring in other Western nations behind London. Eventually dozens of Western and Russian diplomats are expelled in tit-for-tat reprisals, and new sanctions are brought against Russia.The Skripals survive but in June a British woman dies after coming into contact with Novichok in a village outside Salisbury. Her partner falls gravely ill.- Syria regime victories -On 14 April, the Syrian army declares that all anti-regime forces have been forced out of the Eastern Ghouta area adjoining Damascus after a blistering two-month offensive that leaves more than 1,700 people dead.It is a major victory in the government’s effort to reassert control after the 2011 uprising that pulled the entire country into a devastating conflict.The same day the United States, Britain and France carry out pre-dawn strikes against president Bashar al-Assad’s regime in response to a suspected chemical attack on the Eastern Ghouta town of Douma that killed scores of civilians. The regime denies the allegations.Backed by Russia’s military might, Assad’s forces go on to notch up a series of victories against rebels and insurgents, to be back in countrol of two-thirds of the ruined and divided country.- Trump quits Iran nuclear deal -On 8 May, president Donald Trump pulls the United States out of the hard-won 2015 accord that limits Iran’s nuclear weapons programme in exchange for an easing of sanctions against the Islamic republic.The “one-sided deal” does not go far enough in preventing Iran from creating a nuclear bomb, Trump says, among other criticisms.The remaining parties to the accord — Britain, France, Germany, Russia and China — insist Iran has abided by its commitments and vow to keep the deal intact.In August Washington reimposes a first wave of sanctions on Iran; in November there is a second.- US moves embassy to Jerusalem -On 14 May, the United States opens its new embassy in Jerusalem, infuriating the Palestinians — who also claim the holy city as their capital — and flouting years of international policy.Clashes erupt on the border with Israel and the Palestinian territory of Gaza: after the bloodiest day in the dragging conflict in years, around 60 Palestinians are dead, killed by Israeli gunfire.- Populists take charge in Italy -On 1 June, a populist coalition government takes power in Italy formed by the anti-establishment Five Star Movement and far-right anti-migrant eurosceptics.New interior minister Matteo Salvini, leader of the anti-immigrant and anti-Islam League, introduces a hardline policy that sees Italy largely closing its borders to migrants.Anti-immigrant sentiment in Europe had already been boosted in April when Hungarian prime minister Viktor Orban lead his party to a crushing victory at legislative elections.- Trump, Kim meet-up -On 12 June, Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un meet in Singapore in the first-ever meeting between sitting leaders of the two countries.They sign an agreement which reaffirms Pyongyang’s commitment to the “complete denuclearisation of the Korean Peninsula”.But so far North Korea has taken few concrete steps to abandon its nuclear weapons, and the two sides have sparred over the meaning of the vaguely worded agreement.- Yemen war reaches aid port -On 13 June, the war in Yemen steps up a notch when pro-government forces, supported by Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates, launch an assault to wrest back control of the vital aid port of Hodeida from Huthi rebels, backed by Iran.The war, which started in 2014, has already killed about 10,000 people with 20 million at risk of starvation, according aid agencies.The two sides meet for UN-brokered peace talks in Sweden in early December.- Eritrea, Ethiopia find peace -On 9 July, Horn of Africa neighbours Eritrea and Ethiopia announce the end of their two-decade war and embark on a whirlwind peace process that sees embassies and borders reopened, telephone and flight links reestablished, trade ties resumed.It comes after Ethiopia’s new prime minister, Abiy Ahmed, announces in June that his government would drop claims to a disputed border territory.The accord leads Somalia and Eritrea to also re-establish diplomatic links on 30 July, after a long period of hostility. The United Nations lifts sanctions on Eritrea on 14 November.- Thai cave boys -There is a global sigh of relief on 10 July when the last of 12 young football players and their coach are extracted safe and sound from a flooded cave in northern Thailand where they had become trapped 17 days earlier.The fate of the junior football team had captured world attention, with US and British diving experts joining the rescue effort and former Thai navy diver losing his life.- Heat and fire -In July-August Europe swelters in a heatwave which approaches the continent’s record 48 degrees Celsius (118.4 Fahrenheit), as deadly forest fires rage in Greece, Portugal and Spain.In November, California is ravaged by its deadliest fire ever, with 85 people dying before it comes under control after two weeks.The UN’s World Meteorological Organization announces in November that 2018 is set to be the fourth hottest year on record.- Saudi journalist murdered -On 2 October, dissident Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a contributor to The Washington Post, enters his country’s consulate in Istanbul and is never seen again.After more than two weeks of denials and contradictory statements, Riyadh admits that he had been killed inside the consulate after a brawl.It fires various officials and arrests others, also acknowledging the journalist’s body had been dismembered.The murder tarnishes the kingdom’s image and notably that of its crown prince, Mohammed bin Salman, amid questions over whether he had ordered the killing, which the country vehemently denies.- Brazil veers right -On 28 October, Latin America’s biggest country swerves to the right in an election that sees former army captain Jair Bolsonaro elected as Brazil’s new president.During a particularly virulent campaign animated by hate speeches and peppered with outbreaks of violence, Bolsonaro is stabbed in the belly at a rally in September.- Midterm boost US Democrats -Midterm elections on 6 November see the Democrats win control of the House of Representatives while the Republicans bolster their majority in the Senate.The last days of campaigning are rocked by the worst anti-Semitic attack in US history, when a gunman kills 11 people in a synagogue in Pittsburgh, and the mailing of pipe bombs to high-profile Democrats including Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama.An approaching caravan of thousands of Central Americans also draws headlines away from the campaign, the migrants arriving at the heavily patrolled Mexico-US border from mid-November.- France’s ‘yellow vest’ uprising -On 17 November, protests flare across France in opposition to rising fuel taxes and living costs, later swelling into a broad movement against the policies of the government of president Emmanuel Macron.The “yellow vest” protests, named after the flourescent safety jackets worn by demonstrators, come to a head with rioting and looting in Paris.After the government backs down on the planned fuel tax, Macron on 10 December outlines other measures to calm the anger, including a boost to the minimum wage.- The fall of Carlos Ghosn -On 19 November, the head of the giant Nissan-Renault-Mitsubishi auto alliance, tycoon Carlos Ghosn, is arrested in Japan over allegations of under-reporting his salary for years, which he denies.He is fired as chairman of Nissan and Mitsubishi and formally charged on 10 December, when his detention is extended.- Brexit deal -On 25 November, after 17 months of negotiations, the European Union and Britain agree on an accord covering Britain’s exit from the bloc by March 2019.But British prime minister Theresa May on 10 December postpones a parliament vote on the deal set for the following day, acknowledging it would be rejected. She survives an internal party no-confidence vote on 12 December.last_img read more

September 3, 2019 0

Afghanistan blasts kill at least 10

first_imgAfghan security personnel and residents look at the wreckage of a bus following a suicide bombing in Kabul on 25 July 2019. Photo: AFPAt least 10 people — including several women and a child — were killed and 41 others wounded by a series of blasts that rocked the Afghan capital Thursday ahead of the election season.The three blasts came amid a wider surge in violence in Kabul and around Afghanistan, where nine family members were killed in an eastern province Thursday while heading to a wedding.The Taliban claimed responsibility for one of the Kabul blasts, which came just three days before the official campaign season for the 28 September presidential election gets underway.Previous polls have been marred by violence and bloodshed from the Taliban and other insurgent groups who refuse to recognise Afghanistan’s fragile democracy.According to interior ministry spokesman Nasrat Rahimi, the first blast came around 8:10am (0340 GMT) when a suicide bomber riding a motorcycle hit a bus in eastern Kabul. He said the bus belonged to the ministry of mines and petroleum.A second blast detonated nearby soon after, with a third coming in a separate district also in eastern Kabul, Rahimi added.Health ministry spokesman Wahidullah Mayar said the toll from the blasts was at least 10 dead, including five women and a child, and 41 wounded.The attacks come as the US is negotiating for a deal that would see foreign forces pull out of Afghanistan in return for a ceasefire and various Taliban security guarantees, including a pledge that the country will not become a safe haven for terror groups.Some observers say the insurgents are increasing attacks to gain greater leverage in the talks.Family killed The Afghan war continues to take a brutal toll on civilians even amid the push for peace.Attaullah Khogyani, spokesman for the eastern province of Nangarhar, said a car carrying a family on its way to a wedding was hit by a roadside bomb Thursday in Khogyani district.As a result, six women and three children were killed, he said. No group immediately claimed responsibility.An injured man is brought on a stretcher as he receives treatment at the Wazir Akbar Khan hospital following three blasts in Kabul on 25 July 2019. Photo: AFPA suicide attack on a wedding in Nangarhar on July 12, reportedly by a child bomber, was claimed by the Islamic State group, which has a growing footprint in that part of Afghanistan.US peace envoy Zalmay Khalilzad, who is in Kabul this week, is expected to travel to Qatar’s capital Doha in coming days for the new round of talks with the Taliban.The US has also stepped up its air campaign against the Taliban this year, and all sides claim to have inflicted heavy casualties on each other.Still, the US and the Taliban insist they are making progress, and the insurgents and a group of Afghans this month made a vague and unbinding pledge to try to reduce civilian deaths to “zero”.But civilians continue to pay a heavy price in Afghanistan’s raging conflict, with last year the deadliest on record for ordinary Afghans.According to a UN tally, at 3,804 civilians died in the war in 2018, including 927 children.President Donald Trump has said he wants the US to quit Afghanistan as soon as possible.He provoked outrage in Afghanistan this week when he claimed he could easily win the war but did not “want to kill 10 million people” or wipe Afghanistan “off the face of the Earth”.last_img read more

September 3, 2019 0

Powerful Cannes film Mediterranea humanizes migrants

first_img CANNES, France (AP) — It may be the most topical film at Cannes — but “Mediterranea” — a searing account of a desperate African migrant who travels by boat from Burkina Faso to Italy — is not just pulled from the headlines.It’s been years in the making and is based on a true story.First time director Jonas Carpignano — who’s half African-American, half-Italian — evoked the real-life experiences of his roommate and lead actor in the film, Koudous Seihon. ErrorOK ErrorOKSeihon witnessed shootings, race riots, violence and faced near-constant discrimination after he took the perilous trip by foot, car, bus and boat to southern Italy as a 20-year-old father seeking to support his family.Despite its small 1 million-euro ($1.1 million) budget, Carpignano’s film, which was screened at the Critics Week, has already garnered great attention for its highly personal portrayal of Europe’s great migrant crisis.“We’re constantly bombarded and desensitized (about migrants). That’s why I wanted to make a film about this, to give people something to latch on to,” Carpignano said. “It doesn’t help to constantly group immigrants as just migrants coming over. There has to be more of a personal angle.”The film’s power comes from its documentary-style shooting and from the charismatic Seihon, who plays the enigmatic character of Ayiva with understated grace.“The idea of the film was to let people in through one specific character, through Ayiva,” the director explained. “He’s never pathetic and (he’s) strong, despite having nothing. I hope the audience finds him charismatic and charming — which I of course do, as he’s my friend.” Comments   Share   Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Ayiva manages to keep our sympathies as an essentially innocent man fighting to survive in a racist, hostile community. The character puts a human face on stories like last month’s tragedy, where a boat off the Italian island of Lampedusa capsized, drowning an estimated 800 migrants.Carpignano said he hopes the film moves the conversation from tragedies on the sea to the equally important issue of what happens to migrants once they have reached Europe.“There needs to be a lot more attention to what happens afterward. … This is not a fleeting thing. It’s changing communities,” said Carpignano. “This is not going away.”___Thomas Adamson can be followed at © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona 3 international destinations to visit in 2019center_img Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Sponsored Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Director Jonas Carpignano poses for a portrait to promote his film Mediterranea at the 68th international film festival, Cannes, southern France, Thursday, May 21, 2015. It may be the most topical film at Cannes – but “Mediterranea” – a searing account of a desperate African migrant who travels by boat from Burkina Faso to Italy – is not just pulled from the headlines. It’s been years in the making and is based on a true story. (Photo by Vianney Le Caer/Invision/AP) The difference between men and women when it comes to painlast_img read more

August 18, 2019 0

NIMA launches its mobile application Lets Connect

first_imgAlso announces its ‘Destination Showcase’ to be held at Andhra Pradesh on April 17, 2017During a recent networking evening organised at Le Meridien, Gurgaon by Network of Indian MICE Agents (NIMA), the association officially launched its first ever mobile application ‘Lets Connect’. NIMA also announced its ‘Destination Showcase’ that will take place on April 17, 2017 at Andhra Pradesh. The evening was supported by Andhra Pradesh Hotels Association (APHA) and Matrix.Gajesh Girdhar, National Coordinator, NIMA, said, “Our objective has been to bring more visibility and outreach for Indian MICE agents and we find technology to be the best available resource to connect and educate.”The mobile application is currently supported by the Android operating system and will soon get operational for iOS. It features a set of 50-60 outbound destinations along with the states and cities of India. The mobile application has been designed under the stewardship of Jagdeep Bhagat, Coordinator Branding, NIMA.“This application is the smallest way to take forward NIMA in the times of technology. Through this application, we have set a benchmark in the travel industry. We want to ensure that connecting and networking gets more convenient and feasible. The application can be considered as the next level of Whatsapp, which will cater majorly to MICE related information and activities for Indian travel trade,” said Bhagat.The destination workshop will be held at Four Points by Sheraton, Visakhapatnam. “It is a great opportunity for us to associate with NIMA for this workshop. Visakhapatnam is an unexplored destination and through this collaboration, Indian travel agents can learn more about this place that holds the potential for MICE and exhibitions,” said Aditya Shamsher Malla, General Manager, Four Points by Sheraton Visakhapatnam.NIMA will also be conducting four city workshops for Indian MICE travel agents in Raipur, Guwahati, Baroda and Delhi in 2017. These workshops will be headed by Vikas Khanduri, CEO, Holiday Merchants and Advisor for NIMA. He said, “Training is the ultimate way to churn out more ideas for innovation and creation. Through these four city workshops, my intention is put in the extra effort of training within the organisation and the trade and build a platform for our Indian trade partners to utilise the potential in the MICE segment.”Girdhar mentioned that the association looks forward to opening a research centre for MICE and exhibitions with support from other significant tourism associations and tourism boards. “The functioning of our association is absolutely based on our interest to drive MICE in India with like-minded individuals from the travel industry,” he said.last_img read more

August 16, 2019 0

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August 12, 2019 0

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first_imgBookings are now open for Norwegian Encore’s inaugural 2019 season cruising out of Miami every Sunday, and sailing seven-day voyages to the Eastern Caribbean, beginning with her first journey on 17 November, 2019 through 12 April, 2020.Norwegian Encore’s Eastern Caribbean cruises will feature some of the region’s most popular destinations including San Juan, Puerto Rico; St. Thomas, U.S. Virgin Islands; and the exotic, beautiful isle of Tortola, British Virgin Islands. “Our decision to have the inaugural season of Norwegian Encore cruise the Caribbean reinforces our long-standing relationship with this region and strengthens our support to some of the most beautiful islands in the world,” said Andy Stuart, president and chief executive officer of Norwegian Cruise Line. “We are excited to reveal the ship’s new features and amenities over the next few months, and look forward to continuing to offer our guests the freedom and flexibility to design their ultimate cruise holiday aboard our newest ship.”IMAGE: San Juan, Puerto Rio CaribbeancruiseNCLlast_img read more

August 12, 2019 0

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January 23, 2019 0

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January 13, 2019 0

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January 11, 2019 0