Somalia Top UN official deplores deadly attempt to destabilize Government

12 May 2009The top United Nations envoy to Somalia today condemned the latest surge in armed violence targeting the fledgling Government of the beleaguered Horn of Africa nation. According to media reports, rebel attacks in Mogadishu have killed possibly hundreds of people in recent days, with at least a dozen deaths overnight, and sent thousands more fleeing the capital city looking for safety.The latest attacks come after unidentified gunmen shot dead a lawmaker and attempted to kill a member of Cabinet in April and a roadside bomb injured the Interior Minister and killed one of his assistants in Mogadishu at the end of March.The Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Somalia, Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah, called for an immediate ceasefire. “There is now a legitimate, internationally recognized government in Mogadishu which should be supported.“Instead, irresponsible elements backed by foreigners, have attacked Mogadishu in an attempt to seize power by force.”Noting that no clan has stepped forward to claim responsibility for the “attempt to destabilize the country”, Mr. Ould-Abdallah stressed that the people of Somalia “have clearly shown they are sick and tired of the conflict yet once again they are subjected to violence which has killed and displaced innocent men, women and children.” The Special Representative welcomed any group that supported peace and stability to join the ongoing UN-facilitated Djibouti process, which aided the formation of a new Government of National Unity in February, as well as the creation of a newly-expanded Parliament and election of President Sheikh Sharif Sheikh Ahmed.He also applauded the regional grouping Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the African Union (AU), who moved quickly to condemn the conflict, reject aggression and prepare effective action in Somalia, which has been ravaged by factional conflict since the overthrow of Siad Barre in 1991.The armed groups who launched the attacks must bear full responsibility for the deadly consequences, said Mr. Ould-Abdallah. “They are intent on continuing the violence and anarchy of the past two decades and should be rejected by the Somali people and the international community.” read more

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UN envoy demands release of former Colombian governor taken hostage

Calling the attack a “breach” of international humanitarian law, Jan Egeland, the Special Adviser on Colombia to Secretary-General Kofi Annan, said the abduction of Alan Jara, the former Governor of the Department of Meta, also contravened the “inviolability” of the UN vehicle. “These abuses jeopardize the impartial social and humanitarian mission of the United Nations,” he said. Mr. Egeland released his statement Thursday evening in Bogotá in response to one issued earlier in the day by the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC). Mr. Jara was taken at gunpoint from a clearly identified UN vehicle in which he and other guests invited by the UN were riding together as officials involved in an important local development project, Mr. Egeland said.”The FARC should immediately release Mr. Jara, take urgent measures to protect civilians, and to ensure that the UN and diplomatic missions can carry out their work unhindered,” Mr. Egeland stressed.The Special Adviser also expressed his desire to reach a speedy resolution to the incident, saying that he remained committed to continuing discussions with the FARC Secretariat to resolve the matter.On a related issue, Mr. Egeland deplored the recent kidnapping of three German aid workers and attacks against personnel working on European Union development projects in the Magdalena Medio region. “Those kidnapped should be release immediately and guarantees should be extended to humanitarian aid development workers so that they may continue providing vital assistance to Colombia,” he said. read more

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Security Council condemns violence against UN staff in DR of Congo

Council members expect the Rally for Congolese Democracy in Goma (RCD-Goma) to investigate and take action against those responsible, and to make clear how it intends to prevent such incidents happening again, the current President of the 15-member body, Ambassador Mikhail Wehbe of Syria, said in a press statement.In the statement, Council members reiterated their concern over the acts of violence in Kisangani last month and continuing abuses of human rights in areas under the authority of the RCD-Goma, and stressed again that the group must carry out its obligation to demilitarize the city.”Members of the Council stress to RCD-Goma that it must carry out all its obligations if the Council is to continue to treat it as a full partner in the peace process,” the statement said, adding that Rwanda also had a duty to ensure that the rebel group carry out its obligations under Security Council resolutions. read more

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Ohio State defense makes statement by shutting down Melvin Gordon Wisconsin offense

Sophomore defensive lineman Joey Bosa (97) tackles Wisconsin redshirt-junior running back Melvin Gordon (25) during the Big Ten Championship Game on Dec. 6 in Indianapolis. OSU won, 59-0.Credit: Mark Batke / Photo editorINDIANAPOLIS — So many times in football, it helps to be realistic. Even if a team’s defense plays well, it still might give up a considerable amount of yards. Even if the defense can stop an opposing offense from scoring over two quarters, it’s tremendously more difficult to hold them scoreless for the entire game.It’s safe to say those concessions would have been accepted had the Ohio State Buckeyes managed to beat the Wisconsin Badgers and their Heisman candidate running back, redshirt-junior Melvin Gordon.But on Saturday night in Indianapolis, the Buckeye defense didn’t settle for good enough.The Buckeyes not only held Gordon to only 76 yards, but they shut out the Badgers completely, as they dominated their opponents, 59-0, in the Big Ten Championship Game.“It’s still crazy to me,” senior defensive lineman Michael Bennett said after the game. “I think if you told us this week that we would shut them out, 59-0, I wouldn’t have been believed you. But seeing the guys before the game, and what was going on in the locker room and how just hyped up everybody was, and how everyone bought into what we were saying — (I) maybe thought they’d get seven points, but a shutout’s a big deal against this offense.”It was an offense that entered the title game ranked third in the nation in rushing offense and, in Gordon, had the player with more yards on the ground than any other individual in college football.But from the beginning, the Buckeye defensive corps stood tall. Wisconsin punted on its first two drives, before redshirt-junior quarterback Joel Stave was intercepted by sophomore safety Vonn Bell the next time it had the ball.The evening didn’t get any better for Gordon and the Badgers. In the second quarter, the team from Madison, Wis., gained only 14 total offensive yards and punted an additional three times. By that point the Buckeyes were already up 31-0, but they put the exclamation point on the half on Wisconsin’s next drive.Gordon attempted a run on second-and-18 from his own 12-yard line, but Bennett forced him to fumble the football, and sophomore defensive lineman Joey Bosa grabbed the ball and went into the end zone for the score.Bosa said after the game that Bennett’s leadership has been a key component for the defense’s success.“(It’s) just the way he works and his attitude. He just bottles all of his anger and comes out and just let’s it go in the football game and he’s so talented,” Bosa said. “He’s finally showing what he really can do.”In addition to his football skills, Bennett showed off a new number, 53, in honor of teammate Kosta Karageorge, who was found dead last Sunday after having been missing for five days. The decision to change numbers was one Bennett said he made quickly.“As soon as I heard the news about Kosta I went to (defensive line) coach (Larry) Johnson and asked him if I could wear it,” he said. “I was only around Kosta for about four months but the guy meant a lot to me. I respected him, I looked up to him. Maybe he gave me strength, because I’ve never played like that before. I think he gave the guys strength and we were able to rally around together because we realized how special it is to do what we do with each other.”Bennett finished with four tackles for loss —  a career high — which included two sacks.The OSU co-captain is a part of a senior class who had yet to win a conference title going into the game, and redshirt-freshman linebacker Darron Lee said the rest of the team felt they needed to get the victory for their veteran teammates.“They (the seniors) had a bad taste in their mouth from last time they were on this field and it sucked for me to watch,” Lee, who led the Buckeyes in total and solo tackles, said. “What a difference a year can make. We’re a much closer team, much stronger team. I’m glad for them, I’m happy for them and I’d do anything for them. It’s just great to get a win.”Meanwhile, the win had some special meaning for Joshua Perry. The junior linebacker, who finished with five tackles of his own, graduated from Olentangy High School, and he said his Buckeye roots added another level to the postgame celebration.“It’s awesome. It’s a little bit special for me ‘cause I’m a Central Ohio kid, so growing up in Central Ohio, all I ever wanted to do was win a Big Ten Championship,” he said. “I wanted to be up on the stage, I wanted to do the whole thing, I wanted to run up to my mom and dad while they were in the stands and give them a big hug. Just being able to do that, holding up the Big Ten sign and everything, was awesome.”As the OSU offense, led by redshirt-sophomore quarterback Cardale Jones, continued to light up the scoreboard, the defense continued to keep Wisconsin out of the end zone. Senior cornerback Doran Grant picked off two passes, and the team managed to keep the Badgers from scoring altogether.Gordon’s sub 100-yard effort was his first since Sept. 6, and OSU coach Urban Meyer was at a loss for words when asked how his defense managed to contain the explosive running back.“I don’t know, it wasn’t easy. (Co-defensive coordinator and linebackers) coach (Luke) Fickell and our defense really stepped up,” he said. “That is a first round draft pick we were playing against. I can’t wait to watch that film because that was just phenomenal.”Lee said the players simply did their individual jobs to stop Gordon, and Perry said preparation also played a key role.“This is the stuff that we train for when we talk about offseason training and the whole deal. We trained for this moment, we trained to be back here, to be in a tough game against a tough team and then just be able to go out there and play our best.”The Buckeyes will see if their best is enough for a place in the inaugural College Football Playoff when the committee selects the four teams Sunday at 12:30 p.m. read more

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Boris Johnson urges Iran to release Nazanin ZaghariRatcliffe in frank Tehran talks

first_imgThe Iranian government has strongly denied mistreating Mrs Ratcliffe or that she had been subject to an unfair trial.In a statement last month, the Iranian embassy in London said: “While being in prison is not a pleasant experience, Mrs. Zaghari has full access to medical care and services, to social worker and has the right to regularly – twice a week – contact her husband, meet her family including her parents who live in Iran and her daughter.””Mrs Zaghari’s daughter has access to her British passport and lives comfortably with her grandparents based on her mother’s free will.”The Iranian foreign ministry said in a statement about Mr Johnson’s visit: “The two sides discussed various matters including economic, banking and trade relations.”The UK foreign secretary said the JCPOA (nuclear deal) is very valuable to the UK and emphasised his country’s commitment to its full implementation.”Mr Johnson, who is scheduled to meet President Hassan Rouhani on Sunday, had earlier promised to leave “no stone unturned” in Britain’s efforts to free Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe. Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s husband Richard, who last spoke to his wife by telephone early last week, described her as “really on edge” about both the trial and the hope that Mr Johnson’s visit might produce a breakthrough in the case.He said: “She asks me every time: ‘will I be home by Christmas?’ She can’t hear any hesitation in my voice when I answer her. I promised her I would do everything I could to bring her home by Christmas. We haven’t quite given up hope on that.”Mrs Zaghari Ratcliffe calls her husband once a week from Tehran’s Evin prison, where she shares a section of cells and a communal kitchen with about 20 other female prisoners.Prison rules mean she is allowed to see her daughter Gabriella, who is now three and a half years old and lives in Tehran with her grandparents,  twice a week for about 40 minutes at a time.  Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe with her husband Richard Ratcliffe and their daughter GabriellaCredit:Family handout/PA Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe's husband Richard talks to demonstrators following a march in support of his wife on November 25 International sanctions have only recently been lifted as part of a multilateral nuclear deal to curb Iran’s disputed uranium enrichment programme. That deal is under threat after U.S. President Donald Trump decided to decertify Iran’s compliance with the terms of the agreement. Boris Johnson has urged his Iranian counterpart to release the jailed aid worker Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe during a visit to Tehran.The Foreign Secretary “spoke frankly” to Mohammad Javad Zarif about the plight of the Iranian-British mother of one, who has been held in the country since April 2016.The meeting came after Mr Johnson flew into Iran for what was only the third visit by a British foreign minister to Iran in the last 14 years.A Foreign Office spokesman said on Saturday night: “They discussed the full range of bilateral issues and they both spoke frankly about the obstacles in the relationship, including the Foreign Secretary’s concerns about the consular cases of British-Iranian dual nationals.”Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, 38, a project manager with the Thomson Reuters Foundation, was sentenced to five years in prison after being convicted by an Iranian court of plotting to overthrow the clerical establishment. She denies the charges.She is not the only dual national being held in Iran, but has become the most high-profile case since her arrest in April 2016. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe, from Hampstead, is due to appear in court today to face fresh charges of spreading propaganda against the regime.The Thomson Reuters Foundation, a charity organisation independent of Thomson Reuters and Reuters News, confirmed that Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been on holiday and had not been teaching journalism in Iran.Mr Johnson has since apologised for any distress his comments may have caused and confirmed that she was in Iran on holiday.center_img Mr Johnson caused a diplomatic furore last month when he said that Mrs Zaghari-Ratcliffe had been teaching people journalism when she was held.In fact she had not been working, but had simply been on a family holiday and critics said the remarks could have prompted Iran to extend her sentence. Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe’s husband Richard talks to demonstrators following a march in support of his wife on November 25Credit:Peter Nicholls/Reuters Show more Britain has voiced its continued support for the nuclear deal but is one of a number of Western powers voicing concerns about Tehran’s “destabilising” influence in the region.  Nazanin Zaghari-Ratcliffe with her husband Richard Ratcliffe and their daughter Gabriella. Mr Ratcliffe said it would be naive to expect a sudden breakthrough in the case and that he would be surprised if the outcome of today’s hearing was not a guilty verdict. Judge Salavati, who presided over Mrs Zaghari Ratcliffe’s first trial, has a reputation for passing harsh sentences.last_img read more

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Joke memo by Churchills typists demanded stockings chocolate and cosmetics be smuggled

first_imgThe switchboard operators and typists in Room 60 Ms Layton’s reminiscences include details of the leader’s working habits and routines, such as his habit of having breakfast in bed, and remaining there with a secretary and typewriter near his bedside until he got up, sometimes as late as 1pm.She said: “We of his personal staff were completely devoted to him, even though he was inclined to be impatient and demanding.”He was somebody who drew our loyalty and our deep respect and affection … The negative side was only on the surface. Underneath he was a very caring person.”Myra Nora Collyer, a secretary working in the war rooms, remembered the “masses and masses and masses of corridors” and the need for “sun ray lamps” once a week because they were working 12-hour shifts underground. Operation Desperate: A memo by some of the female staff in the War RoomsCredit:IWM/PA Credit:PRESS ASSOCIATION They worked long hours in a cramped and smoke-filled underground bunker, under constant fear of attack from the Luftwaffe.In need of a little light relief, a number of Winston Churchill’s secretaries working in the War Rooms concocted a tongue-in-cheek memo as the Prime Minister prepared to embark on his second visit to Washington at the height of World War Two.Entitled Operation Desperate, the note, typed on official paper marked Top Secret, demanded that a Force Commander be urgently dispatched from Britain to the US to obtain supplies of three “vital commodities” – silk stockings, chocolate and cosmetics.The mission was deemed a “complete success” as a member of staff who travelled in Churchill’s party the following month returned home with a stash of all three things, to the delight of the typists.The memo forms part of a cache of documents released by the Imperial War Museums in order to provide a glimpse of what life was like in the War Rooms.They mark the UK release of the film Darkest Hour, which recounts the early days of Churchill’s premiership, and are intended to entice visitors to the historic location. Operation Desperate: A memo by some of the female staff in the War Rooms Dated May 9, 1942, the spoof memo is headed with the instruction “to be burnt before reading” and its authors are named as the Joint Planning Typing Pool.It goes on to state that in view of the government’s recent policy changes on coupon distribution, they had examined the situation and noticed “acute shortages” in certain luxury items.“The lack of these vital commodities is regarded as extremely serious and may, in consequence, become a source of extreme embarrassment,” it said. “This must be avoided at all costs.” The original plan for the Cabinet War Rooms Among other documents released today are a rare surviving example of a letter confirming a typist’s appointment, and insights from Churchill’s private secretary, Elizabeth Layton, and other secretaries working in the underground bunker. And Margaret Walker, employed as a typist and secretary, recalled: “He (Churchill) used to wear a siren suit and we used to see this shortish, fattish, tubby man bouncing along in a siren suit.”A siren suit, similar to a boiler suit, was an all-in-one garment which could be easily put on over other clothing and used by people who had to leave their homes for air raid shelters during bombing raids. War Rooms memocenter_img The Map Room as it is seen today The memo calls for “immediate steps” to be taken to explore the possibilities of US resources and proposes the early dispatch of a mission to the US, noting that a force commander had already been appointed “in anticipation of instructions”.The directive was signed by five fictional members of staff including “Nausea Basgwash” and “Deadly Nightshade”.Churchill travelled to the US by flying boat the following month, where he spent a week holding discussions with President Roosevelt in upstate New York, before a conference on strategy in Washington which discussed the Allied atom bomb project and landings in North Africa, codenamed Operation Torch. She said that Churchill’s working habits and unpredictability sometimes prompted humour amongst his staff, who likely formed close bonds as they coped with the pressure. A museum spokeswoman said the light-hearted memo gave an insight into the “dreary conditions” endured by Britons during the war. Other documents revealed by the Imperial War Museums (IWM) include early plans for the basement headquarters and security passes.Visitors to the Churchill War Rooms can see the various locations recreated for the forthcoming film, directed by Joe Wright and starring Gary Oldman as Churchill, such as the map room, the cabinet room, Churchill’s bedroom and the transatlantic telephone room. The switchboard operators and typists in Room 60Credit:IWM/PA The Map Room as it is seen todayCredit:IWM/PA The original plan for the Cabinet War Rooms Credit:IWM/PA Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

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UK is third fattest nation in Europe – fuelled by a diet

A Department of Health and Social Care spokesman said: “We know obesity is one of our greatest public health challenges, which is why our ambitious obesity plans go further than other countries. Our regulations on junk food advertising to children are some of the toughest in the world – while our soft drinks industry levy has removed billions of tonnes of sugar from children’s diets.”We recently set out proposals to ban energy drinks for children and further plans are underway to reduce their exposure to sugary food and get them moving more in school.” She said a new campaign encouraging people to have “Drink Free Days “aimed to help people cut down their alcohol intake.   Tom Watson at party conference last September (left), and (right) a year later (CREDIT: HEATHCLIFF O’MALLEY/GETTY IMAGES) Mr Watson will say the radical diet – which cut out all refined sugar – means he no longer has to take medication for diabetes, as he announces Labour’s ambitions to halt the rise of diabetes, within one Parliamentary term, if the party wins power.Caroline Cerny, from the Obesity Health Alliance said: “It’s very concerning to see the UK has one of the highest levels of adults with obesity in Europe. However, this is hardly surprising when we live in an environment that steers us towards unhealthy choices with marketing, promotions and super-size portions.“We need the Government to fully implement measures outlined in their childhood obesity strategy such as 9pm watershed on junk food adverts to help ensure the next generation have the opportunity to grow up healthy.”Dr Alison Tedstone, chief nutritionist at Public Health England, said: “Most countries are facing unheralded levels of obesity – it’s taken many years for us to reach this point and change will not happen overnight.“England is at the forefront of addressing obesity – our sugar and calorie reduction programme and the government’s sugar levy are world-leading but this is just the beginning of a long journey to tackle the challenge of a generation.” “Adults’ alcohol consumption is a huge contributor to obesity, and Britain has overtaken the European average,” she warned, highlighting the fact that drinking levels in Europe are the highest in the world.“We hold the horrible world record of being the world champions in alcohol consumption. That’s not good and its especially not good for the next generation,” she said.The official said the obesity trends were “alarming” – with high levels seen among children as young as 11. The UK is now the third fattest nation in Europe – fuelled by its boozy lifestyles, the World Health Organisation has warned.Research on 53 countries found Britain rising up the obesity league tables, and among the “world champions” for alcohol consumption.The WHO said the trends were “alarming” and threatened to cut short the lives of generations growing up on a diet of junk food and alcohol.The study of 900 million people found that only Malta and Turkey have higher levels of obesity than Britain, which has risen from fifth place, in just six years.  –– ADVERTISEMENT ––The UK’s alcohol consumption levels are among the highest in Europe, on a par with countries such as Poland and Latvia, the international statistics.Officials warned that such habits are likely to be a “huge contributor” to Britain’s obesity rates.On average, Britons drink 10.7 litres of pure alcohol a year, compared with a European average of 8.6.In total, 27.8 per cent of adults are obese, the international study shows, while 63.7 per cent are classed as overweight or obese. The worsening trends have seen Britain overtake Lithuania and Andorra for obesity. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Tam Fry, from the National Obesity Forum, said: “The UK is third from bottom on the WHO’s list because for two decades successive UK governments have done virtually nothing to confront an increasing obesity epidemic.”He said millions of children were now so overweight they were doomed to die before their parents – an “appalling personal tragedy”.And he urged adults to rein in drinking habits that are fuelling rapidly expanding waistlines.“Adults forget just how many calories are contained in alcohol and heavy drinkers certainly will have little idea that they could be knocking back a quarter of their recommended daily calorie allowance before even touching a bite to eat.”On Wednesday deputy Labour leader Tom Watson will give a speech to fitness experts setting out how he reversed his type 2 diabetes, after swapping beer and curries for avocado salads. Dr Claudia Stein, director of the division of Information, Evidence, Research and Innovation, WHO Regional Office for Europe, said the trends threatened to “jeopardise life expectancy,” with obesity and alcohol linked to a host of medical conditions, including diabetes and heart disease. read more

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Windows RT hack allows Surface to run unsigned apps but not desktop

first_imgWondering when someone might finally jailbreak the Microsoft Surface RT? One coder has made a bit of progress, but his efforts indicate that it’s going to be a steep uphill battle to fully open up Windows RT.The hacker, who goes by the handle Clrokr, discovered that a single byte determines whether or not a Windows RT device will try to execute a given app. The minimum signing level value is present on both Windows 8 and Windows RT, and it’s the key to making an app launch on Windows RT. On a Windows 8 system the value is defaulted to 0 and thereby allows any x86 app to run, even unsigned ones. That’s why you can download any .exe and launch it.On Windows RT, the value is set to 8. That prevents devices like Surface from running anything other than what Microsoft has given the greenlight (Windows Store Apps). By performing a bit of code wizardry, Clrokr was able to flip the value and trick Windows RT into running an unsigned app.While many reports are saying that this makes it possible to run desktop apps on the Surface, that’s simply not the case. For starters, there’s the problem of different architectures. Windows RT runs on ARM processors, and they don’t know what to do with x86 code. x86 apps can be recompiled to run on ARM, but that assumes that the code is available — so while you might theoretically be able to get Firefox running, there’s no way you’d get Photoshop going.Then there’s Secure Boot to consider. Clrokr’s technique is RAM-dependent, and that means any alterations made will vanish after a reboot. Oh, and you’d also need a debugger connect to your RT device so that you could make the necessary code modifications.Ultimately, if you want a Windows tablet that’s hacker-friendly and can run any app you want, you’re best off buying one with an AMD or Intel processor and Windows 8. You’ll still be able to run any of the apps available from the Windows Store and all the desktop apps you want, too. That’s assuming that you don’t mind fighting with interfaces that probably aren’t a great fit on a touch-first device.More at SurfSec via ExtremeTechlast_img read more

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Troika expected to approve cuts by midSeptember

first_imgThe government hopes to obtain its lenders’ approval for a new wave of austerity measures worth about 11.5 billion euros by the middle of next month, a finance ministry source said on Monday.Winning approval for the savings due in 2013-14 is key to a positive review from the European Union, the European Central Bank and the International Monetary Fund, who are expected back in Athens next month for a verdict on whether they will keep funds flowing to the austerity-bound country.“Our aim is to have agreed with our partners by September 14,” the senior finance ministry official told reporters. An informal Eurogroup finance ministers’ meeting has also been scheduled in Nicosia for the same date.The chiefs of the troika mission, who completed a preliminary visit to Athens earlier this month, are expected to return around September 5, the official said.The government has so far worked out a draft list of measures worth 10.8 billion euros, another senior ministry official told Reuters last week.Talks between ministers to identify the remaining 700 million euros were continuing on Monday and the government plans to wrap them up “as soon as possible”, the official said.The bulk of the measures will include cuts in pensions, public sector wages, welfare benefits and health expenses. The government is also working on a plan to dismiss up to 40,000 civil servants over the next years.Germany’s Der Spiegel magazine on Saturday cited an interim troika report as saying Greece will likely need 2.5 billion euros in spending cuts over the next two years beyond the 11.5 billion figure to meet international lenders’ demands for cutting its deficit.Having a complete draft list of measures ready would help Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in his effort to re-establish the country’s battered credibility in meetings later this week with Eurogroup chief Jean-Claude Juncker, German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Francois Hollande.Samaras is expected in those meetings to informally float a longstanding proposal that the measures be spread over four instead of two years to soften their impact on a populace enduring record unemployment and the country’s worst downturn since World War Two.The country is dependent on a second, 130-billion-euro rescue deal agreed in March to give it the funds to keep paying public sector wages, pensions and bills.German Finance Minister Wolfgang Schaeuble said on Saturday there were limits to the aid that could be granted and said the crisis-stricken country should not expect to be granted another programme.However, Eurogroup head Juncker was quoted in Austria’s Tiroler Tageszeitung newspaper on Saturday as saying the country will not leave the eurozone unless the country “totally refuses” to fulfill any of its reform targets, adding he expected Athens to double its efforts to meet these goals. Source: Reuters/ dv Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Pollution des manifestants chinois font fermer une usine de panneaux solaires

first_imgPollution : des manifestants chinois font fermer une usine de panneaux solairesAprès quatre jours de protestations, plusieurs centaines d’habitants de Hongxiao, un village de l’est de la Chine, ont obtenu la fermeture provisoire d’une usine de panneaux solaires qu’ils estiment être à l’origine de graves rejets toxiques. Jeudi, 500 habitants du village de Hongxiao se sont réunis dans la ville voisine de Haining, afin de réclamer la fermeture d’une usine de fabrication de panneaux solaires. Ils tiennent cette usine pour responsable de rejets toxiques, qui auraient contaminé et tué les poissons d’une rivière proche, rapporte l’AFP.Les manifestants, qui ont d’après les autorités chinoises saccagé les bureaux de la société Jinko Solar, affirment que les rejets de l’usine ont engendré une trentaine de cas de cancers, dont six leucémies. Vendredi et samedi, les villageois et la police se sont encore affrontés, avant que dimanche, les autorités n’annoncent la fermeture provisoire de l’usine. D’après Chen Hongming, chef-adjoint du bureau des affaires de l’environnement de Haining, dont les propos sont rapportés par l’agence officielle Chine nouvelle, les déchets industriels du site ne respectent pas les nouvelles normes, entrées en vigueur au mois d’avril dernier. Plusieurs avertissements auraient été adressées à la société par les autorités. Mais Jinko Solar ne s’est toujours pas conformée aux règles.Une suspension provisoire La compagnie possède plusieurs autres usines, dans les provinces du Jiangxi et du Zhejiang, qui d’après son site Internet, emploieraient plus de 10.000 personnes. Comme le rapporte Radio Canada, le gouvernement de Haining a exigé la suspension de la production de l’usine dans l’attente d’une rencontre entre des leaders locaux et des villageois.Ce type de pollution industrielle est un réel problème en Chine, où la population se soulève fréquemment pour exiger le respect des normes. Ainsi le mois dernier, les autorités de la ville de Dalian, dans le nord-est du pays, ont décidé de démanteler une usine de produits chimiques pour l’installer ailleurs, suite à de vives manifestations.Le 19 septembre 2011 à 17:40 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Zach Galifianakis Hits the Road in Between Two Ferns The Movie Trailer

first_img What to Stream on Netflix This WeekendWatch: Bill Gates Reveals His Worst Fear in Netflix Docuseries Trailer Stay on target Zach Galifianakis is taking his awkwardly hilarious talk show on the road for Netflix’s Between Two Ferns: The Movie and the movie’s first trailer is teasing a star-studded trip.The trailer starts off with celebrity guest Matthew McConaughey (notice that the Dazed and Confused actor’s name is misspelled as “McConnogay” in classic Between Two Ferns fashion) on the hot seat with Galifianakis, but the interview quickly goes awry when the set suffers a flooding disaster, which “momentarily” kills McConaughey.To salvage Galifianakis’ career and reputation, Will Ferrell and Funny or Die execs demand the host go on a cross-country road trip to interview celebrities for 10 episodes.The Between Two Ferns crew then brings on guests such as Benedict Cumberbatch (“Benefit Lumberjacks”), Brie Larson, Jon Hamm, and David Letterman. Of course, during the interviews, Galifianakis hits the celebrities with the most uncomfortable questions — like when Larson got her first period, and if Hamm thinks Bradley Cooper’s success with A Star is Born “opens the doors for other hot idiots.”(Photo Credit: Adam Rose / Netflix)The trailer also teases appearances by Chrissy Teigen, Peter Dinklage, Paul Rudd, Keanu Reeves, Tiffany Haddish, Chance the Rapper, and more.“Here’s to the crazy ones, the misfits and ding-dongs,” Galifianakis says during a toast to his crew. “Some people would say we’re the crazy ones, but I think we’re geniuses.”Between Two Ferns: The Movie premieres on Netflix on September 20.More on’s Everything Coming to Netflix in September 2019Watch: Timothée Chalamet Reigns in Netflix’s Epic ‘The King’ TrailerWatch: Bill Gates Reveals His Worst Fear in Netflix Docuseries Trailerlast_img read more

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Bahamas records 90th murder in Freeport

first_img Related Items:#magneticmedianews, #SouthBahamia Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, August 25, 2017 – Grand Bahama – A man was shot and killed in Freeport overnight and a report says the gunman waited for the man at his home on Yorkshire Drive in #SouthBahamia and then killed the man.   The shooting took place around 10 Wednesday night and brings the murder toll for the country to 90; a 39% increase over last year.#MagneticMediaNewslast_img read more

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first_img KUSI Newsroom, Sunny skies expected mid-day after rain clouds clear Categories: Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter Posted: July 19, 2017 KUSI Newsroom July 19, 2017 SAN DIEGO (KUSI) — After morning clouds fade away Wednesday, San Diego can expect mostly sunny skies and seasonable temperatures for the opening of the 78th racing season at the Del Mar Racetrack. Sudden downpours in the North County may slow down the morning commute. Moderate to heavy rainfall could affect drivers along Interstate 15 and state Routes 78 and 79, according to the National Weather Service. Thunderstorms could possibly develop in the morning in the vicinity of Oceanside, Carlsbad and Vista.Clouds and fog will cover the rest of the coast in the morning hours. Both rain and clouds are expected to diminish mid-morning and should mostly clear before gates open at the racetracks at 11:30 a.m. Expect plenty of sunshine for the races, which begin at 2 p.m. Monsoonal moisture is expected to continue Wednesday in eastern parts of San Diego County. The mountains and deserts may see thunderstorms and showers in the afternoon. Drier and warmer weather is expected Thursday and Friday, forecasters said.Temperatures are expected to be slightly above average for this time of year, but humidity will make conditions slightly uncomfortable. Wear light clothing if heading to the races. Wednesday’s high temperatures are expected to be 77 degrees along the coast, 87 degrees inland, 84 degrees in the mountains and 105 degrees for the deserts. last_img read more

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Classmates of Homestead teen killed in shooting hold tribute

first_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. SOUTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – Classmates of a slain 17-year-old organized a tribute at their high school in Southwest Miami-Dade.Students at Grace Christian Preparatory honored Jatavious Williams, Friday.They held small battery-powered candles and signs as they mourned the teen’s death.A pastor led the class in prayer in hopes of bringing closure to those who loved him. “A day for young people to demonstrate when things do not go well, there are positive ways to bring closure to them,” said Pastor Mark Coates with Grace Christian Preparatory. “You don’t want to be in our shoes. Help us change our communities.”Related: Loved ones mourn teens gunned down in Miami, HomesteadWilliams was killed near his house in Homestead, Sunday.According to police, two teens confronted the 17-year-old before they shot him.They have since been arrested and charged with second degree murder. last_img read more

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NASA Mars rover captures two stunning solar eclipses

first_img Post a comment Deimos’ stroll in front of the sun took place on March 17.   Look! 👀Recently I saw the Martian moon Phobos eclipse the Sun. Check it out:— Curiosity Rover (@MarsCuriosity) April 4, 2019 Sci-Tech Enlarge ImageThe thin grooves on the surface of Mars moon Phobos are likely to be “stretch mark” fracture lines caused by tidal forces. NASA/JPL-Caltech/University of Arizona We recently marveled at a Curiosity rover view of Mars moon Phobos dimming the lights on the Red Planet after sunset. NASA on Thursday shared a fresh look at that shadowy phenomenon from March 25 along with some dramatic GIFs of both Phobos and daintier Deimos passing in front of the sun.Curiosity’s mast-mounted camera is equipped with solar filters that act like eclipse glasses, so it can safely stare into the sun.Mars moons are quite small, with Phobos measuring in at 7 miles (11.5 kilometers) across and Deimos at just 1.5 miles (2.3 kilometers) across. The Phobos eclipse occurred on March 26. 41 weird objects seen on Mars, explained 43 Photos Tags 0 Share your voice I also spotted Mars’ tiny moon Deimos cross in front of the Sun:— Curiosity Rover (@MarsCuriosity) April 4, 2019 The satellites both look like dark blobs traveling across a bright disk.These observations help scientists better understand each moon’s orbit around Mars. “There’s still a margin of uncertainty in the orbits of both Martian moons, but that shrinks with every eclipse that’s viewed from the Red Planet’s surface,” NASA says.Curiosity has been exploring the surface of Mars since 2012, overcoming recent technical glitches and battered wheels along the way. Its sun-spotting exploits are a good sign the mission is still on a roll.  Mars rovers NASA Spacelast_img read more

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Costa Rica crushes Guyana advances to final round of World Cup qualifying

first_imgNo related posts. Costa Rica dominated Guyana, 7-0, to clinch a spot in the hexagonal round of World Cup qualifying, joining Mexico who also advanced out of Group B.Randall “El Chiqui” Brenes and Álvaro Saborío scored twice, leading the way for Costa Rica in the blow out. In Group A, Tottenham striker Clint Dempsey scored two goals to lead the United States over visiting Guatemala 3-1 Tuesday and into next year’s North American final round of 2014 World Cup qualifying.Group C’s Honduras and Panama rounded out next year’s six-team World Cup final round qualifying lineup from the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football (CONCACAF).Honduras routed visiting Canada 8-1 to advance while Panama moved through with a 1-1 draw at winless Cuba and Costa Rica blanked winless Guyana to advance on the concluding night of the 12-nation penultimate qualifying round.Three CONCACAF teams will advance to the 2014 global football showdown in Brazil.Costa Rica needed a home victory over winless Guyana to ensure advancement and the Ticos struck quickly, Brenes finding the net in the ninth minute and Cristian Gamboa adding another Costa Rican goal in the 13th minute.Brenes scored again in the second minute of the second half, Saborio boosted Costa Rica’s lead on a penalty kick in the 51st minute after Guyana’s Walter Moore was ejected and Cristian Bolanos made it 5-0 in the 60th minute.Celso Borges scored for the Ticos in the 69th minute and Saborio netted the last marker in the 76th.A week ago, Costa Rica seemed in danger of being eliminated from the World Cup. But after a 1-0 win in San Salvador, and a rout of Guyana, Costa Rica carries some momentum into hexagonal stage. The favorites, however, will be Costa Rica’s Group B rival Mexico. The Mexican squad finished the current round undefeated and without a tie.Mexico’s Oribe Peralta opened the scoring in the 64th minute against the Salvadorans and Javier Hernandez added an insurance goal in the 84th minute to complete a perfect qualifying run for the Tricolores.English Premier League striker Clint Dempsey broke a 1-1 deadlock with a goal in the 18th minute and added another in the 36th for the Americans while Jamaica beat Antigua and Barbuda 4-1 to advance at the expense of Guatemala.“Credit my teammates. They were putting good balls in. I was lucky enough to get them to go in,” Dempsey said. “A little pressure on us but it’s behind us now. We want to go to the World Cup. This is the first step to getting there.”Carlos Ruiz gave Guatemala the lead with a goal in the fifth minute to put a scare into the Americans at Kansas City. US captain Carlos Bocanegra answered in the 10th minute to equalize, setting the stage for Dempsey’s double strike.At Kingston, Jamaica’s “Reggae Boyz” advanced thanks to goals by Dane Richards in the 78th and 88th minutes. Jamaica and Guatemala each finished 3-2 with one drawn in Group A but Jamaica moved on due to superior goal difference.Needing a victory to have any chance to advance, Jamaica took command quickly on goals by Demar Phillips in the 16th minute and Nyron Nosworthy, a Watford defender, in the 17th.Quinton Griffith pulled one back for visiting Antigua and Barbuda in the 61st minute, putting Jamaica’s World Cup dream at risk before Richards saved the day.At Honduras, Jerry Bengtson scored a hat trick while Carlos Costly and Mario Martinez each added two goals for the hosts in a Group C romp that doomed Canada’s dreams of reaching Brazil.Bengtson scored in the seventh and 16th minutes, Costly followed in the 28th minute and Martinez struck in the 32nd. Canada’s David Edgar netted an own goal in the 48th minute and Martinez tallied once again in the 62nd minute.Iain Hume answered for Canada in the 76th minute but Bengtson completed his hat trick in the 82nd minute and Costly finished off the scoring in the 85th.At Havana, the already-eliminated Cubans netted their only goal in six qualifying matches when Alberto Gomez scored in the 38th minute.Nelson Barahona equalized for Panama in the 77th to earn a draw. Honduras and Panama were both 3-1 with two drawn for 11 points but Honduras took the group crown on goal difference and Canada missed out on 10 points. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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