Quebec thieves leave stolen goods behind during earlymorning robbery

first_imgLAVAL, Que. – Police say thieves who broke into a Quebec department store early this morning accidentally lost hundreds of thousands in stolen goods as they fled.Laval police received a call at around 3:30 a.m. about a break-in and robbery at a Hudson’s Bay store in a shopping centre just north of Montreal.Lt. Genevieve Villemure says officers who responded found at least 15 suitcases containing perfumes, jewelry and beauty products in the store’s parking lot.She says it appears the thieves didn’t properly close the back panel of the cube truck in which they made their escape.No arrests have been made but Villemure says police have identified several potential suspects.last_img read more

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Starstudded rendition of Bryan Adamss Summer of 69 closes Junos which honour

first_imgAdvertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment “Of course me and my band were the first up on our feet going, ‘Absolutely,“’ McLachlan said backstage, walking around bare feet with a glass of white wine.“We all grew up listening to that song. It’s so nostalgic.”In between banter from co-hosts Adams and Russell Peters and a slew of performances, the show occasionally veered into more sombre territory. Tributes to two of the year’s big winners, Gord Downie and the late Leonard Cohen, added a tinge of sadness to the ceremony.Cohen’s “You Want It Darker” beat out international chart-toppers by Celine Dion, Drake, Shawn Mendes and the Weeknd for album of the year. It was the second posthumous Juno honour for Montreal’s poet laureate, who died in November. He also won artist of the year during a Juno gala dinner on Saturday.Trudeau introduced a memorial performance of sorts for Cohen – who he called “one of the greatest artists Canada has ever produced” – by recalling how the poet-songwriter was an honorary pallbearer at his father Pierre Trudeau’s funeral.“I remember a gathering the night before the funeral…. That was the night I learned Leonard – a great man – but not a big hugger,” he joked.Feist, accompanied by two other singers, performed a cover of Cohen’s 1967 song “Hey, That’s No Way To Say Goodbye,” backed by a slideshow of black and white photos of the musician.Downie did not attend the show but appeared in a pre-recorded acceptance speech after being named the winner of the songwriter of the year Juno for his “Secret Path” solo project. The album recounts the life of 12-year-old Chanie Wenjack, who died in 1966 after running away from a residential school. “Secret Path” also picked up best adult alternative album and recording package of the year awards.“Thank you for stepping into the wind, for following the sound you’ve been sort of hearing your entire life. For looking to see what has been bothering you a little bit,” Downie said in the video.“For recognizing that we’re not completely Canada yet. For seeing we have friends, our fellow countrymen and women, who are in big trouble. For recognizing our friends who were here before us, at least for thousands of years.“First Nations have many, many stories like this one,” he said in reference to Wenjack’s story. “My dream would be that this record with Jeff Lemire’s drawings might help people. Might give teachers something to help teach our young ones.”Among the more surprising moments of the evening came when Tragically Hip member Paul Langois took the stage to accept the band’s win for group of the year. The guitarist launched into a lengthy speech thanking his family and crew before Juno producers started playing him off.“Go to commercial, go ahead. This is my arena, not yours,” he said before turning his back to the cameras.“I want to shout out to Gord Downie and I want –,” he continued before his microphone was cut.Other winners included Cara, who won best pop album for “Know-It-All,” her breakout which includes hits singles like “Here” and “Wild Things.”Clad in a black T-shirt and pants and silver platform shoes, Cara demonstrated a newfound maturity after winning last year’s breakthrough artist Juno. Cara said she’s already hard at work on her next album and will have a stronger hand in the songwriting process.“I can be anywhere,” she said. “On a bus or a plane – or even in my room in the middle of the night. I’ll just wake up, sing something into my phone and get some time to flesh it out on my guitar.”Ruth B took home breakthrough artist of the year after her song “Lost Boy” elevated her from a Vine star to a Billboard chart success.Saskatchewan musician Jess Moskaluke’s “Kiss Me Quiet” won the country album award. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau asked for it, Bryan Adams delivered.Sunday night’s Juno Awards opened with a skit that had the prime minister phoning in a request for “Summer of ‘69” and the show closed with a celebratory all-star performance that also included Sarah McLachlan, Alessia Cara and members of rock bands Billy Talent and the Arkells.McLachlan, who took to the stage earlier as a new Canadian Music Hall of Fame inductee, said she was immediately on board when they pitched her the idea. Advertisement Facebook Twitterlast_img read more

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Polands taxi drivers hold up traffic over ridehailing law

WARSAW, Poland — Hundreds of taxi drivers drove at a crawl and walked in Poland’s capital to protest a new law allowing and regulating ride-hailing services like Uber.The protesters who held up Warsaw traffic on Monday said the law adopted by the government last week will put cabbies out of work by subjecting them to unfair competition from people who don’t drive professionally.They walked to the U.S. Embassy to express displeasure with California-based Uber and continued on to the Enterprise and Technology Ministry.Infrastructure Minister Andrzej Adamczyk said the law will require ride-hailing services to pay taxes and to follow the same rules as cab companies.The taxi drivers say they might hold more protests.Poland’s teachers went on strike Monday after unions said the government didn’t meet their pay demands.The Associated Press read more

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Revision planned for UNbacked system to inform public of severity of nuclear

20 September 2007The United Nations-sponsored system to enhance international safety by promptly communicating to the public the significance of nuclear and radiological accidents and incidents is being upgraded to make it even more versatile and informative. The United Nations-sponsored system to enhance international safety by promptly communicating to the public the significance of nuclear and radiological accidents and incidents is being upgraded to make it even more versatile and informative. Originally developed in the 1990s by the UN International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) and the Nuclear Energy Agency of the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development, the International Nuclear Event Scale (INES) aims to consistently communicate the severity of reported nuclear and radiological events, with a scale ranging for 1 (anomaly) to 7 (major accident). “We’ve brought INES into the world of nuclear and radiological events surfacing in the 21st century,” IAEA Incident Reporting Coordinator and INES officer Rejane Spiegelberg-Planer said. “Our aim is to consolidate the old INES manual and the additional guidance documents and clarifications that had been issued over the past 15 or more years.” Under the INES scale, the 1986 accident at the Chernobyl nuclear power plant in the Soviet Union (now in Ukraine) had widespread environmental and human health effects and was classified as Level 7, while the 1979 Three Mile Island accident in the United States, with very limited off-site radioactivity although the reactor core was severely damaged, was rated as Level 5, based on the on-site impact. The improvements are designed to better address areas such as the transportation of radioactive material, or human exposure to sources of radiation. The underlying methodology has not changed, but previous procedures were not detailed enough to consistently rate events related to radiation sources and transport. Terminology has also been standardized. The criteria for rating radioactive sources and transport have been consolidated according to additional guidance which was in pilot use for almost two years and then approved by IAEA Member States in 2006. The revision of INES is the culmination of a lengthy and complex process. Since the early 1990s, several additions have been made to the methodology originally developed for nuclear power plants, while the last complete INES manual was published in 2001. The process has engaged IAEA experts, as well as the INES Advisory Committee and consultants in nuclear safety and radiological protection. Once reviewed by INES members, the target date for officially issuing the new and improved scale is the end of 2008. read more

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UN experts urge full access for independent observers media in Tibet

Concerned about reports of mass arrests in Tibet Autonomous Region and surrounding areas in China, a group of United Nations human rights experts have called for unhindered access for independent observers and journalists to those areas and full transparency on the part of the authorities. The six independent experts, who report to the UN Human Rights Council, “are deeply concerned by reports of security forces firing on protestors and alleged killings,” according to a statement issued today in Geneva. They urged China to “fully conform to its commitment to freedom of expression and assembly, and to distinguish between peaceful protestors and those committing acts of violence.” In addition, “they urge restraint and non-violence by all parties, greater and unfettered access to the regions concerned for journalists and independent observers, guarantees for the free flow of information, and full implementation of international standards in regard to the treatment of protestors and those detained, both in the People’s Republic of China and in other countries in which protests are taking place,” the statement added. The Chinese Government was called on “to lift restrictions imposed on the media, including Internet websites that limit access throughout China to information concerning the Tibetan Autonomous Region.” Information received by the experts describes the arrest on 28 and 29 March of over 570 Tibetan monks, including some children, following raids by security forces on monasteries in Ngaba County and in Dzoge County in the Tibetan Autonomous Region. According to reports, arrests were made of those suspected of participating in protests and those suspected of communicating with the exiled Tibetan communities. The statement notes that China has invited several fact-finding delegations, including one consisting of journalists and another of foreign diplomats, to visit the Tibetan Autonomous Region. However, “such visits are no substitute for granting access to those United Nations experts who have requested a visit to China.” At the same time, the experts welcomed indications from China about its “willingness to engage in further dialogue about these and other concerns.” This statement is issued by the Working Group on Arbitrary Detention; the Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Philip Alston; the Special Rapporteur for the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression, Ambeyi Ligabo; and the Special Rapporteur on freedom of religion or belief, Asma Jahangir. The Special Representative of the Secretary-General on human rights defenders, Hina Jilani; the Independent Expert on minority issues, Gay McDougall; and the Special Rapporteur on the question of torture, Manfred Nowak, also signed the statement. 10 April 2008Concerned about reports of mass arrests in Tibet Autonomous Region and surrounding areas in China, a group of United Nations human rights experts have called for unhindered access for independent observers and journalists to those areas and full transparency on the part of the authorities. read more

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Speed and alcohol possible factors in fatal Flamborough crash

Hamilton police say they believe speed and alcohol may be factors in crash that killed one man and seriously injured another. Police say around 6:20 p.m. Thursday, a Toyota Sienna van was traveling westbound on Safari Rd. west of Middletown Rd. in Flamborough.A man riding a Harley Davidson Motorcycle in the opposite direction crossed over into the oncoming lane and struck the passenger van head on. The motorcyclist was pronounced dead at the scene and the driver of the van, an 18-year-old Hamilton man, was air lifted to hospital with serious injuries. Police say they have not been authorized to release any details about the victim.This is the city’s tenth fatal collision investigation of 2017. read more

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Routine court proceeding reveals nothing in case of body in freezer near

ST. THOMAS – Samuel Waters’ routine court appearance went off without an accused, a lawyer or a hitch.And as it’s been for the last two months since a body was discovered in a freezer on a Port Burwell area beach along Lake Erie, not much more is known about the grisly discovery in May.The only person charged in the case is Waters, 22, described by his friends as “a nice guy,” who was arrested on one count of committing an indignity to a body.There was lots of hub-bub at the beginning. The body was discovered by a local resident on May 7 at the end of Lakeshore Line, east of Stafford Road in Elgin County.That prompted a heavy police presence while an OPP helicopter lifted the freezer, then the body from the bottom of the bluff.Water was arrested a few days later and after a brief stint in custody, he was released without a full-blown bail hearing on $3,500 no-deposit bail with one surety from Port Dover. He doesn’t have a criminal record.And a publication ban was placed on any evidence taken at the hearing.Since then, it’s been radio-silence from the police. The identity of the person found in the freezer remains unknown.There’s no hint of how long the body had been in the freezer and no immediate signal of any headway in the case.On Tuesday, Waters’ case was called and a St. Thomas paralegal, acting on behalf of Waters’ defence lawyer, asked that the case be put over to Aug. 20 “to receive and review disclosure.”Waters was not required to be there and he wasn’t. He is under a court order to stay out of Elgin County and specifically Port Burwell, unless it was for court-related business.OPP spokesperson Derek Rogers said the investigators “have nothing to say at this point” and could offer no new developments.Meanwhile, in the quiet tourist town of Port Burwell, there’s both curiosity about the incident, and frustration that there hasn’t been any answers.Tammy McCord, owner of Aunt Tammy’s Off the Hook restaurant, the only early morning coffee place in the community said there have been lots of rumours and stories, but the furor has died down.“It’s like old news. People aren’t saying a word anymore,” she said. “For a while right after, it was kind of the talk of the town. Now, people are like you. They’re just frustrated because there has been nothing said.”No one felt threatened by the situation, McCord said, but there is frustration that runs throughout the community about who the deceased is. No information has been released about gender or age.“Curiosity, right?” she said. “People are wondering who is it? Is someone local? Is it someone (from) far away? It’s probably someone we don’t even know.”“I’ve never heard a story at all of who it might be.”jsims@postmedia.comtwitter.com/JaneatLFPress We want to hear from you Send us opinions, comments and other feedback. E-mail your letter to: lfp.letters@sunmedia.ca (no attachments please) Or go to lfpress.com/letters. Letters should be kept to 150 words. read more

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BMO 2013 predictions

BMO 2013 predictions by News Staff Posted Jan 1, 2013 9:25 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email BMO Capital Markets is predicting North American stock markets will have a positive 2013 and the U-S will set the tone.Deputy Chief Economist Douglas Porter says the American economy outpaced Canada in 2012 for the first time in eight years. He expects the trend to continue this year.BMO predicts the TSX will gain 4% in 2013 and the S&P 500 will rise more than 9%.Despite our economy lagging, the Bank of Canada is not expected to adjust its prime rate at all this year.For investors the equity market should deliver better returns driven by continued economic growth and improving confidence. read more

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Aumund conveying technology successfully commissioned in pelletising plant

first_imgVale’s iron ore pelletising plant in the port of Sohar, Oman, produces up to10 Mt/y of iron-ore pellets. It is now supplying the steel industry in the Middle East with iron-ore pellets. The plant uses a lot of Aumund conveying technology  – four deep-drawn pan conveyors, drag chain conveyors and bucket-elevators.They were designed and assembled by Aumund’s Metallurgy Division for the specific requirements in Sohar and have now been successfully commissioned.The order encompassed two packages. The first package comprised four identical deep-drawn pan conveyors(KZB 2000/350/6) and four identical drag chain conveyors (TKF 800/2). The deep-drawn pan conveyors with an axis distance of 64 m receive around 760 t/h of the hot pellet material from vibratory troughs at up to 300°C. The conveyors are designed for a capacity of up to 1,125 t/h. At a conveyor speed of 0.24 m/s the pellets are conveyed to a grizzly feeder for further processing. Below the deep-drawn pan conveyors the drag chains run concurrently (axis distance 47 m). They accept potential free-flowing material and thus permit almost maintenance-free operation.The second package comprises two belt bucket-elevators or chain bucket-elevators each (BWG 630/360orBWZ-L 400/250). The belt-bucket elevators have an axis distance of 23.5 m and a conveying capacity of up to 800 t/h. They are employed for iron ore transport. Both the chain bucket-elevators are employed for the transport of pellets with a grain size of up to16 mm and a temperature up to 400°C. They have a conveying capacity of between 10 and 50 t/h.An important point in favour of the contract award was Aumund’s many years’ experiencein conveying hot and abrasive materials. Similar recent projects were successfully commissioned in Bahrain (GIIC) and in Iran (Ardakan Pelletizing).Aumund hot-material transport solutions are employed particularly where special emphasis is put on continuously high quality of the conveyed material.The conveyors from Rheinberg can convey solid material at a temperature of up to 1,100°C. For cooling of hot material the company supplies cooling belts with air or evaporative cooling or a combination of the two.last_img read more

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Martin and Gyor celebrate 2013

The World’s Best Coach in Women’s Handball in 2013 is Spaniard Ambros Martin. Gyor’s head-coach has got the highest number of points by the 12 members of Jury (handball journalists) and Handball-Planet.com visitors together.The second place won Brazilian NT coach Morten Soubak, who won the gold at WCh 2013 in Serbia last December, while third is Polish NT head-coach Kim Rasmussen.WORLD’S BEST WOMEN’S HANDBALL COACH 2013:1. AMBROS MARTIN 302. MORTEN SOUBAK 203. KIM RASMUSSEN 174. DRAGAN ADZIC 115. JAN PYTLICK 9 ← Previous Story Almost 12.000 fans voted for the World’s Best Female Coach Next Story → WORLD’S BEST WOMEN’S HANDBALL COACH IN 2013 – AMBROS MARTIN! read more

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People at basis of BangladeshIndia relations Shringla

first_imgIndian high commissioner Harsh Vardhan Shringla speaking during a view exchange with the journalists of Prothom Alo at Prothom Alo office. Photo: Prothom AloIndian high commissioner Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, India pays special attention to strengthening relations with Bangladesh so that the ties bring mutual and sustainable benefits. And it is the people who are the basis of strong ties between the two nations.He was exchanging views with senior journalists of Prothom Alo on Sunday. The meeting took place at the Prothom Alo office.Prothom Alo editor Matiur Rahman welcomed the high commissioner at the start of the meeting. Harsh Vardhan Shringla then spoke and answered questions raised by the journalists.Matiur Rahman said, “Alongside news reports, analysis and interviews, from the very outset Prothom Alo has held meetings at various levels to strengthen ties between Bangladesh and India. As an independent media organisation of Bangladesh, our stand has always been to place priority on the country’s interests. There are times when the government and other quarters do not see eye-to-eye with us. We have done this in the interest of balanced relations and we will continue in this manner in the future. After all, it is the responsibility of the media to logically question various issues.”The Indian high commissioner said, “Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina’s 2017 Delhi visit and the 2015 Dhaka visit of Prime Minister Narendra Modi has lent special dimension to the ties. Special attention has been paid to mutual respect and the interests of both sides in order to take the ties further ahead. Both countries agree that Bangladesh’s development is important for India, or, in other words, the development of one is essential for the other. Unless Bangladesh develops, India’s northeast cannot progress either.”Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, “Our endeavour is to ensure that the relations are sustainable and mutually beneficial. The people of the two countries are the basis of these ties.”The Indian high commissioner said that in recent years the solution to many of the long-standing problems between the two countries indicates how far the relations have come along. He pointed to the tariff-free entry of Bangladeshi goods to India, the implementation of the land boundary agreement, the exchange of enclaves and the settle of the maritime boundary issue.Referring to Sheikh Hasina’s India visit, he said the visit had laid emphasis on advanced technology. This was the first time on any trip that 36 agreements and MOUs were signed. In the third loan agreement, after US$ 5 billion, Bangladesh has been given US$ 8 billion in three phases.He pointed to several surveys that indicate the degree and depth of friendship with Bangladesh. One survey stated that 65 per cent of the people in India considered Bangladesh as an important partner of India.Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, certain initiatives of Bangladesh had especially touched the people of India, particularly when Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina, during her Delhi trip, honoured the families of the Indian soldiers who had sacrificed their lives in 1971. He also spoke of making a film based on Bangabandhu’s life and of joint celebrations between Bangladesh and India for the 50th anniversary of Bangladesh’s independence in 2021.Talking about the Indian visa process, Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, “After I arrived in Bangladesh last year, I had been told regularly that it was difficult to get an interview appointment online. That has been resolved. The applicant can submit the application on the very day he or she wants to do so. Tourists will be given multiple visas, businesspersons for five years, freedom fighters and those above 65 years will get for five years. And every Saturday women can submit application forms for themselves and their families at the visa centre in Shyamoli. He said things will be made even easier. This year alone, between January to June, 1.3 million from Bangladesh went to India over the Benapole, Petrapole borders.Replying to a question about Bangladesh’s disappointment at the Teesta agreement not being signed during the prime minister’s India trip in April, the Indian high commissioner referred to the joint statement of the two prime ministers. He said, “This will be resolved. There is no question about sincerity. India is sincerely discussing the issue. However, I cannot say when the agreement will be signed.”Concerning Bangladesh’s political condition, Harsh Vardhan said, “India will happily do what it can if Bangladesh asks for cooperation in any democratic effort.  This is particularly pertinent about strengthening the democratic institutions. But when it comes to the election, our stand is clear. The election is to be free and fair. We believe that political parties in a democratic process must participate in the election. As a neighbor, we want to see Bangladesh as a successful, dynamic, democratic country.  After 1975, these democratic aspirations were obstructed time and again.”Harsh Vardhan Shringla said that the young generation was Bangladesh’s most valuable resource, with 70 per cent of the population below 40. They will not accept anything less than democracy. He said, “As neighbours, we always have best wishes for the people of Bangladesh.”last_img read more

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New Zealand cancels tsunami alert after 72 quake

first_imgMap of New Zealand, locating earthquake near the Kermadecs. AFPA powerful 7.2-magnitude earthquake stuck near the remote Kermadec Islands northeast of New Zealand Sunday, briefly prompting a tsunami warning.After initially forecasting “a threat to beach, harbour, estuary and small boat activities”, New Zealand’s Civil Defence organisation gave the all-clear eight minutes later.The earthquake was give a preliminary magnitude of 7.4, but later downgraded to 7.2 by the US Geological Survey.The Pacific Tsunami Warning Center also lifted its tsunami warning for parts of the South Pacific but said “minor sea level fluctuations may occur in some coastal areas near the earthquake”.The earthquake struck at 10:55am (2255 GMT Saturday) at a depth of 10 kilometres (six miles) some 928 kilometres (575 miles) north-northeast of the New Zealand city of Tauranga in the North Island.There was a strong aftershock of 6.3-magnitude late Sunday, but no tsunami warning was issued.The Kermadecs are uninhabited apart from a few New Zealand conservation workers based on Raoul Island, the largest in the area.The islands are the peaks of volcanoes, some of them active, that rise above sea level and are often rocked by earthquakes above magnitude 7.0.In recent years they experienced one in 2006, another in 2007 and two in 2011.The Kermadecs are part of the Pacific Ring of Fire, a hotbed of volcanic and earthquake activity at the intersection of several tectonic plates.last_img read more

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Korea sees uptick in Canadian arrivals in 2017

first_img<< Previous PostNext Post >> Travelweek Group Share Korea sees uptick in Canadian arrivals in 2017 Posted bycenter_img TORONTO — Korea welcomed more Canadians in 2017 than it did in 2016, thanks to a strong start in January that continued throughout the first half of the year.According to the Korea Tourism Organization (KTO), Canadian arrivals to Korea recorded a slight increase of 0.3% last year, resulting in 176,256 Canadians visiting the country. But according to John Hyungkwan Park, director for the Korea Tourism Organization Toronto Office, numbers began to decline in July, with the North Korea situation impacting the travel market in the second half of the year.The fact that Canadian arrivals remained positive is especially notable, considering that worldwide arrivals to Korea saw a 22.7% decrease in 2017.“It’s thanks to our very supportive tour operator partners that 2017 was a plus year. We believe 2018 will become a remarkable year to welcome more visitors to Korea than ever before,” said John Park.With the 2018 Winter Olympic Games in PyeongChang, the KTO has made a concerted effort to target Canadians through packages developed by its tour operator partners as well as showcasing official mascots in different cities across Canada. FIT travel will continue to be the trend in the Canadian market as more travellers discover Korea on their own.More news:  GLP Worldwide introduces first-ever Wellness programsNewly introduced to FIT travellers is the ‘Discover Seoul Pass’, which allows guests to explore more than 21 of Seoul’s must-see landmarks and attractions. It includes free admission and discounts, and also serves as a transportation card for easy travel around the city.Moreover, niche tourism products will remain a focus in 2018, including Korean beauty, wellness, Taekwondo and MC&IT.“We sincerely appreciate our industry partners for all their efforts in promoting Korea and developing new packages. We will continue to work closely with partners to develop more new travel packages to the Canadian market.”For more information on travel to Korea, go to visitkorea.or.kr. Tags: Korea Friday, February 16, 2018 last_img read more

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Tico Times TBT The train in Golfito

first_imgRelated posts:Tico Times #TBT: Farmer Gardeners of the forest: The tapir in Costa Rica Covering Santa Teresa A fun night at Bebedero: liquor, sex talk and more This is a major throwback with an old photo from our archives. Stay tuned for more every Thursday. Facebook Commentslast_img

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Paphos mourns the death of Greek writer and director

first_imgBy Bejay BrownePAPHOS is mourning the death of Makis Antonopoulos, a prolific Greek writer, poet, philosopher and director who died unexpectedly on Monday in Greece while on a short promotion tour for his latest book.It is believed that he suffered a fatal cardiac arrest and his funeral was due to take place in Athens, on Tuesday afternoon.Tributes were pouring in from all over the island for the loss of the hugely talented and unique cultural force.On Tuesday, ‘Radio Pafos’ dedicated a morning programme to Antonopoulos, 71, who had previously hosted shows at the station for over a decade. The programme was presented by journalist, presenter and colleague, Panikos Evripidou. In the afternoon, the station broadcast a religious recording of Antonopoulos and the Archbishop.Antonopoulos was renowned in Cyprus and Greece as a writer, journalist, a radio and television producer and presenter and as an actor and director in theatre and film, and had promoted his latest book, ‘Adamasti’, as a guest on Evripidou’s show on March 9th, ahead of his trip to Greece. He was due to return to Cyprus today. (Tuesday) He had been living in Paphos since the 1990’s and then in Limassol for the last five years.Fotis Nicolaides, owner of Radio Pafos, told the Cyprus Mail that he was shocked and deeply saddened, and paid tribute to the positive effect and impact his friendship and talent had on both his family and also the radio station.“The relationship between Radio Paphos and Makis was not just a cooperative relationship, it was so much more. He was a friend and I respected him greatly. For Radio Pafos, Makis will never leave us, as his legacy is the important archival material he has left behind, and will often be listened to by many.”During his 14-year collaboration on the radio station, Antonopoulos presented a daily morning show from 9.00-11.00am with songs and original, and sometimes obtuse comments that only he could think of by linking his poetic and philosophical discourse to topical issues, added Nicolaides.“He also contributed to the recording of archival material through his interviews with important people and historical testimonies, many of who are no longer alive.”Antonopoulos was born in Katerini, Pieria and for the last 18 years he lived in Cyprus. He is awarded the PETOFI prize in Hungary for poetry and the Writer’s Literary Companion Award for his historical novel The Orphan of the Virgin Mary.His theatrical plays have been performed in Greece, Cyprus, Russia, England and Italy. He has released the works including: Awaiting (short stories), The small songs of a great homeland, The Warrior of the Night (historical novel about the Macedonian Struggle), The Pastor of Panagia, Searching for Alexander and others.“He will be remembered with respect and universal appreciation in the artistic and media circles in Cyprus” said Nicolaides..You May LikeLifebiotic Protectival | Chemotherapy Natural Support SupplementsProtectival – Chemotherapy Natural SupportLifebiotic Protectival | Chemotherapy Natural Support SupplementsUndoJournalistateRaquel Welch Is 77 And Still Surprising UsJournalistateUndoForReasonAccessories To Liven Up Your Summer OutfitsForReasonUndo British woman who claimed gang-rape taken to courtUndoBrazil prison riot kills 52, with 16 decapitatedUndoLED-lighting the way by 2020Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Yadav was here to interact with his sympathisers and activists ahead of floating a new party. But once the tie-break started and I got a big advantage in the tie-break game then I started to feel the wind was behind me.

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Tunisia or the Italian island of Lampedusa, [USA Today] Write to Rishi Iyengar at rishi. shouldered different overwhelming responsibilities of the Okada people. than surgical abortion" she said of the study conducted by the Department of Obstetrics and Gynecology at Finland’s Oulu University HospitalBut on cross-examination Harrison acknowledged that the study didn’t describe the drug regimens used and that it noted no difference in infection rates between the two abortion methodsCrepps also called Harrison’s credibility into question by pointing out that while she relied on the Finnish study in her testimony she said in an earlier deposition that the study’s authors referred to both abortion methods as "generally safe" so the study would be publishedHarrison also said it’s "not at all unreasonable" for the law to require that doctors who give abortion drugs have a signed contract with another doctor to handle emergencies arising from the procedure contrasting the testimony Wednesday from a Fargo obstetrician-gynecologistCrepps cut off Harrison several times when her answers went long telling her at one point "Doctor there’s no question pending so you can’t actually keep going" and "You are not qualified to answer questions about what the state of North Dakota has determined"Before the trial started the attorney general’s office had paid Harrison $20800 for her services as an expert witness accounting for most of the $22975 the office had spent on the case according to figures provided by the officeReporter TJ Jerke contributed to this articleAl-Mustapha The home of Al-Mustapha’s in Kano Kano state was on Saturday besieged by hundreds of people carry placards during the third day Fidau Prayer for the mother of Chief Security OfficerCSO to the late head of StateGeneral Sani AbachaMajor Hamza Al-Mustapha calling for his release The sympathisers who came in drove to the family house of the embattled former CSO expressed bitterness and anger over the absence of Major Al-Mustapha who is currently in jail for not being released to bury his mother Hajia Fati Al-Mustapha the mother of the detained Military officer died after a protracted illness last week The condolence register at the family house further described the mood of the people over the travails of the Al Mustapha as the inscription such as”Free Al-Mustaphahe has paid enough sacrifices” “Don’t allow him to die there” “The refusal of the government to allow him to join other members of his family to mourn the death of his mother is an attestation that somebody want him dead” “Jonathan free this manHaba” and soon Most of the people who spoke to our correspondent said the situation is pathetic and saddening that the military officer should continue to remain in jail One of the persons who spoke to journalists at the event that simply gave his name as Mallam Rabiu Ali said the Al mustapha was in prison when his father died and the authority did not allow him to bury his fatherregrettablythe same thing has again happened during his mother’s death Hadi Al Mustaphawho stood for the family rose to contain the situation that almost turned rowdy by pacifying the well-wishers to seek solace from the Almighty Allah stressing that”We must not forget that destiny must play its rules in the affairs of a man and that is what Hamza is currently facing now” Hadi who was in tears reminded the crowd that the family had since filed an appeal contesting against the verdict of the Lagos High Court adding that he is confident that his brotherfamily and all the well wishers shall over come the night mare Major Hamza Al-Mustapha was arrested in connection with the death of prominent Nigerians and other atrocities by the federal government after his reign as the chief security officerCSO to the late maximum leader of NigeriaGeneral Sani Abacha immediately the inglorious regime was terminated by the sudden death of Abacha it would act as a de facto ban by requiring the clinic to use an outdated protocol for one of the two drugs used in medication abortions.A total of 40 businesses were checkedThe Italian Moon, argued that the complainant had not provided any evidence in respect of 11 of the charges while the ingredients of proof on the 22 other charges were not sufficient to warrant conviction. You do not have to be serene in the face of slanders but neither can you be violent. as North Korea displayed what appeared to be new missiles at a parade and staged a failed missile test." he explains.

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said Pakistan’s national leader cannot be given respect in India."Jinnah divided this country How can we celebrate his achievements" Adityanath asked New Delhi: Lt Governor Anil Baijal "fires one bullet at me" every day Delhi Chief Minister Arvind Kejriwal has said This is Kejriwal’s first direct attack against Baijal since he was appointed the Lt Governor of Delhi on 31 December2016 Noting that his government tries to coordinate on various issues related to the development of the national capital both with the Lt Governor as well as the Centre the Delhi chief minister said "the firing" has intensified just before the MCD polls Arvind Kejriwal PTI "We have maintained a good relationship with him (Baijal) The new LG has worked for first three months (in coordination with us) "We did not utter a word against him before the MCD elections but despite that he fires one bullet at me every day and on this we are not speaking against him Tell me what is our fault" Kejriwal told PTI in an interview on Friday His remarks come in the wake of Baijal ordering recovery of Rs 97 crore from the AAP which was "splurged" on ads and cancellation of office allotment to the party which the Delhi chief minister termed as "politically motivated" Kejriwal and former Lt Governor Najeeb Jung had also been at loggerheads over the administrative control of Delhi "We are trying to cooperate with everybody (the Centre and the LG) so that there is development of Delhi but the Lt Governor fires one bullet at me (every day)" Kejriwal said He also termed the report of Shunglu Committee as "politically motivated" The committee had pointed out "gross abuse of power" by the AAP government earlier this month Kejriwal also attacked the BJP claiming that is an "undemocratic and unconstitutional" party whose only intention to "topple opposition parties’ government buy MLAs break their parties use the Lt Governor against them" The best most radiant moment in David O Russells Joy is the one you see captured in the ads for the movie showing Jennifer Lawrenceas inventor single mom and almost-failed entrepreneur Joy Manganowith her head thrown back gazing skyward at some falling snow her eyes both protected and hidden by tinted aviator shades If youve seen the poster you almost dont need to see the movie: Its practically a visual summary of Russells relatively uncomplicated "strong woman triumphs over adversity" thesis Strong women dont necessarily make great charactersoften theyre not required to be anything but symbols which are the most boring things to play and to watch But to skip Joy would be to miss the pleasure of watching Lawrencenot because this is a particularly rich role for her but because its fascinating to see what she does with a fairly undistinguished one The performance focused where it needs to be but largely just enjoyably freewheeling is a reminder that Lawrence only 25 doesnt yet need to be great Sometimes especially for such a young performer its enough to be casual Russellwho also wrote the screenplay from a story he co-wrote with Annie Mumolobegins Joy as a stylized fairytale complete with a fairy godmother who just happens to be Joys grandmother: Mimi (Diane Ladd) is the one person who believes in her capabilities from childhood right into adulthood Its Joys mother Terry (Virginia Madsen) who holds her back: She spends her days lounging on her bed like a cartoon movie star gorging on over-the-top Dynasty-style soap operas as a substitute for doing the work of living Russell gives us a thumbnail sense of what Joy was like as a girlshe builds mini kingdoms for herself out of paper asserting to her less-imaginative half-sister Peggy that she has special powers that obviate the need for "a prince" We also get a glimpse of her dangling a small dog precariously yet gently from its collar; later well learn that in high school she actually invented a self-releasing dog collar which her mother failed to patent for her Joy is liveliest when Russell is setting the scene for his heroine’s later success as well as her trials: By the time shes in her 20s Joy already has two kids and an ex-husband a not-so-successful Latin singer (played by the alluring Édgar Ramirez star of Olivier Assayas 2010 bracing TV mini-series-turned-movie Carlos) who will remain her friend and supporter long after the couples split When Joy hatches an idea for a self-wringing mopthe notion comes to her after she cuts her hands while cleaning up after a broken-glass disasterher father Rudy (Robert De Niro) an absentee dad through most of her youth helps her get seed money from his rich girlfriend Trudy (played by an imperious Isabella Rossellini) Rudy Trudy and Peggy (the pleasantly sinister Elisabeth Rhm) give the appearance of helping Joy in her business endeavors when in reality their motives are much more complex Her relationship with Neil Walker (a peanut-butter smooth Bradley Cooper) the QVC shopping-network honcho who gives her her first break in the 1990s is more constructive but no less fraught This movie is a machine with lots of moving parts: Joy is constantly coming up with half-wild half-practical ideas only to be thwarted by some bully who stands in her pathsometimes its a man but not always The problem isnt that the scenario is unrealistic: Everything that happens in Joy is believable But Russell fails in the subtlety department You can hear the gears grinding away every minute: This story of the woman who invented the Miracle Mop Huggable Hangers and lots of other awesome stuff will inspire you or else What is it about inspiration that so often fails to inspire Russell closes the movie with a scene that saps all the juice from his lead character: At her best Joy is a hustler and a dreamer in equal measure By the end shes just a role modelher success has calcified into a kind of passive grandeur and Lawrence doesnt know how to play that But thats to her credit Lawrence is better at playing a fighter than a great lady worthy of our admirationshes an action verb in action When we see her trying to hawk her newly invented mop in a K-Mart parking lotsome ladies stop to look but eventually move on and thats before the cops show updesperation clashes with determination Lawrence is wonderful at playing both: Her smallish piercing eyes can show guardedness or heart-stopping openness and she can shift from one to the other imperceptibly Its no surprise when Joy becomes a home-shopping successwe always knew she had that potential kickboxing its way out No wonder the phones start ringing off the hook In the end Joy is more slender and inconsequential than Russell probably intends it to beit wears its ideas rather than embodying them But Lawrence keeps the channels of communication open every minute with the audience Joy is proof that she can sell us anything Operators are standing by Contact us at editors@timecomIDEAS Katy Steinmetz is a TIME correspondent based in San Francisco Last week Sen Jeff Merkley announced that he will be introducing a comprehensive LGBT non-discrimination bill in the spring which means among other things that a lot of lawmakers and media outlets are going to be making decisions about how they talk about LGBT people Reporting for TIME on transgender issues (particularly for what became the cover story "The Transgender Tipping Point") there was one maxim that pretty much every person I interviewed seemed to agree on: there is no single story about being transgender that sums it all up much like theres no one story about being Hispanic or blonde or short or straight that sums that experience up But I also came to learn that there are some good rules of thumb to follow when it comes to language For instance if you meet a trans personsomeone who identifies with a gender other than the sex they were assigned at birthits generally a good idea to ask which pronouns (he or she him or her) they prefer and to use whatever that is If you meet a trans person you should not ask about the particulars of their body much as you would likely prefer strangers not to inquire about yours And if you meet a transgender person you should not refer to them as "a transgender” or “transgendered” Referring to someone as "a transgender" can sound about as odd as saying "Look a gay" It turns a descriptive adjective into a defining noun and can make the subject sound distant and foreign like theyre something else first and a person second This guidance is part of GLAADs media reference guide under the heading "Terms to Avoid": "Do not say Tony is a transgender or The parade included many transgenders Instead say Tony is a transgender man or The parade included many transgender people” These key language nuances haven’t been consistently adopted by the media For example on Dec 15 the Associated Press listed this story in among their “10 Things to Know For Today:” 4 PHILIPPINE AUTHORITIES CHARGE US MARINE WITH MURDER Prosecutor says the 19-year-old American is accused of killing a transgender in a hotel room (The story has since been updated to say a “transgender woman”) This is something TIME has done in the past too Of course it’s hard to find a word in identity politics that goes undebated that is universally panned or lauded as just right Julia Serano author of Whipping Girl: A Transsexual Woman on Sexism and the Scapegoating of Femininity says that older transgender people might prefer and use transgendered when speaking about themselves; in the 90s she recalls that term being de rigueur among trans activists But the language people use to refer to themselves particularly minority groups changes Today some people prefer the abbreviated trans or trans* and transgendered has largely fallen out of favor (though some media outlets are still using it) When I recently asked San Francisco-based attorney Christina DiEdoardo a transgender woman how many out of 10 trans people she knows would say they dislike the word transgendered she quickly answered: "11" "The consensus now seems to be that transgender is better stylistically and grammatically" DiEdoardo says "In the same sense Im an Italian-American not an Italianed-American" The most common objection to the word says Serano is that the "ed" makes it sound like "something has been done to us" as if they werent the same person all along DiEdoardo illustrates this point hilariously with a faux voiceover: "One day John Jones was leading a normal middle-class American life when suddenly he was zapped with a transgender ray" Moving away from the "ed"which sounds like a past-tense completed verb that marks a distinct time before and a time after helps move away from some common misconceptions about what it means to be transgender One is that being transgender might be a choice that involves a person simply deciding to be that way or a result of something that happened to them like sexual abuse The majority of trans people Ive spoken to have said they knew they had feelings of identifying as a boy (when assigned female) or girl (when assigned male) as far back as they can remembereven if they didnt have the vocabulary or understanding to articulate what was going onand even if they tried to change or stifle those feelings for half their lives Imagine how it would sound if one described people as "gayed" or "femaled" as if there was a point when that wasnt the case Another misconception is that the defining part of being transgender is having surgery as if a trans person isnt really trans until theyve gone under the knife and come out the other side fully "transgendered" "Theres a tendency in American culture for entertainment and news outlets to focus on surgery surgery surgery" Mara Keisling executive director of the National Center for Transgender Equality told TIME in a previous interview But she says while surgery is very important for some trans people others have no desire to have surgery; they might not have surgery for medical reasons religious beliefs financial constraints and so on Theres an "authenticity issue that trans people face" says Elizabeth Reis a professor of womens and gender studies at the University of Oregon "People are so focused on whether or not theyve had surgery as if thats the pinnacle of authenticity Even if they havent had it or if they havent had it yet or theyre never planning on having it they still have these feelings about their gender" Avoiding the ed isnt going to solve that authenticity issue but it doesnt hurt Photos: 25 Transgender People Who Influenced American Culture Laverne Cox has used her growing celebrity as a star of the critically acclaimed Netflix series Orange is the New Black to become an outspoken leader of the trans rights movement addressing crowds of thousands at schools and other forums around the country Jason Merritt—Getty Images With her brother Andy Lana Wachowski has co-written produced and directed Hollywood blockbusters like the Matrix triology V for Vendetta and Cloud Atlas Michael Sohn—DPA/AP Kye Allums became the first openly transgender athlete in NCAA Division 1 the top level of college athletics when he played on the women’s team at George Washington University in 2010 John Lamparski—Getty Images Caitlyn Jenner made famous as an Olympic gold medalist in 1976 and later as a reality TV dad appears as a woman for the first time on the cover of Vanity Fair’s June 2015 issue photographed by Annie Leibovitz Vanity Fair Chelsea Manning is an Army soldier who was sentenced to 35 years in prison for violating the Espionage Act after she leaked hundreds of classified documents to Wikileaks? writing and making films about his experiences and using platforms like reality show Dancing With the Stars to talk about LGBT issues. the bag was spotted by another female passenger who reported it to the authorities. that’s our target. a father and daughter, said: "The government has been successfully fighting all illegal and violent groups." he added, a partial 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