Applications are invited for jobs at Nova Scotia’s 10 provincially owned visitor information centres. The positions are seasonal, from May to October. The application deadline for these positions is Feb. 3. “Staff in our visitor information centres are often the first Nova Scotians our visitors meet,” said Bill Dooks, Minister of Tourism, Culture and Heritage. “The warm welcome and expert tourism counselling our staff give are an important part of the visitors’ experience.” More than 550,000 travellers used the services provided at the provincially owned centres in 2007. Regular surveys show that nearly all visitors find staff knowledgeable and helpful at the centres. Fifty-eight per cent report they learned about, and took part in, an event or attraction they hadn’t known about before, and 70 per cent said they would consider returning to the province. When travellers visit a centre, they tend to stay in the province longer, which means more revenue for the provincial economy. Candidates for the positions must have leadership, communication, customer service and sales skills. Tourism-related experience is an asset, along with a command of other languages. Job descriptions are available at www.gov.ns.ca/dtc/vicjobs or by calling the department at 902-424-2788. The department’s visitor information centres are located in Amherst, Digby, Halifax, Halifax Stanfield International Airport, Peggy’s Cove, Pictou, Port Hastings, Yarmouth, as well as Bar Harbor and Portland, Maine. The department also provides visitor services on board most ferries to Nova Scotia. Nova Scotia’s $1.33-billion tourism industry provides jobs for more than 33,000 Nova Scotians and is a significant source of export revenue.
I am a 25 year old woman. I have been in a relationship since six years but now I am losing interest. Please suggest how to communicate this to my boyfriend. I can’t continue this way for long.Gayatri, New Delhi The whole point of being in a relationship is to have reciprocating feelings and trust. If either is lost, then the relationship gets weak and eventually dies. You will have to make him understand that continuing this relationship will only hurt both of you and will spread to your family members as well. Talk and resolve it. I am confident that you will be able to do it gradually. If this gets difficult and nasty, involve your family and seek their help. Be confident of your decision and execute it. Take care. Also Read – Feel what you fearI’m a lesbian and in a relationship with a colleague. My parents are trying to fix my marriage. I don’t want to do it as I can never love a man. How do I handle this situation? Name withheld You have to convey your message to your family in the best possible way. There is no question of you being forced to marry someone you don’t want to. Your sexual preference is your choice. Don’t try to please anyone as you are your first priority. You can’t marry because of any pressure from anybody. Be firm and if need be, relocate to a different city till the situation settles down. Stay happy, be positive and everything will be perfect. Good luck! Also Read – Homecoming I have anxiety issues. I often feel the need to calm down but fail to do so. Please help. Rakesh Arora, West Bengal Here are some tips that might help you: Reset your mind by focusing on another sensation, like the feeling of the ground under your feet. Ask yourself if your negative thoughts are rational. Breathe deeply, starting at the bottom of your stomach. Find a quiet space and talk to yourself, using calming and encouraging words. My wife earns more than me and she acts bossy and rude with the family. What can be done? T. Sharma, Gurgaon If you are sure that her financial strength is the reason for your unhappiness, please try and work out some better arrangements for yourself. Try and earn more, if possible. I do not know your profession but in today’s time, having multiple sources of earning is becoming vital for survival. In the mean time, try and express yourself to her. If she loves you, she will definitely understand and might change her behavior. Don’t try your hands at something beyond your reach. Try your best to manage the relationship and hope she will change someday. Don’t lose heart and hope. (Send your questions to email@example.com)
Mumbai: National airports operator AAI has set up a repair and maintenance facility for Eldis radars in partnership with the Czech radar manufacturer at an investment of around Rs 30 crore.The new facility, inaugurated by Airports Authority of India (AAI) Chairman Guruprasad Mohapatra along with Czech Republic ambassador Milan Hovorka Monday is expected to cater to the maintenance and repair requirement of Eldis radars in the Asia Pacific region going forward, an official release said. The Specialized Maintenance Unit (SMU) will help in reducing turnaround time of repair of unserviceable modules of the radars, thereby reducing the down time of the important surveillance facility of Indian air space, the AAI said. More than 80 per cent of Indian air space is under the coverage of radars. The SMU has been provided with a customised repair facility from Eldis along with required manpower training, hardware/software tools, among others, at a total cost of around Rs 30 crore, it said.
LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Facebook Login/Register With: Advertisement Advertisement Advertisement Fox Searchlight Pictures Presidents of Production, Film and Television Matthew Greenfield and David Greenbaum announced today that principal photography has commenced in Vancouver, British Columbia for the horror thriller Antlers. Directed by Scott Cooper (Black Mass, Crazy Heart), the film is written by Henry Chaisson (Open 24 Hours) & Nick Antosca (The Forest, Channel Zero) with revisions by Scott Cooper, from the short story The Quiet Boy by Antosca. In Amtlers, a small-town Oregon teacher (Keri Russell) and her brother (Jesse Plemons), the local sheriff, become entwined with a young student (Jeremy T. Thomas) harboring a dangerous secret with frightening consequences.Starring in Antlers are Keri Russell (Star Wars 9FX’s The Americans), Jesse Plemons (Hostiles, FX’s Fargo), Jeremy T. Thomas (Lore), Graham Greene (Molly’s Game), Scott Haze (Thank You For Your Service, Venom), Rory Cochrane (White Boy Rick, Hostiles) and Amy Madigan (Twice in a Lifetime, Field of Dreams).The film’s producers are Guillermo del Toro (The Shape of Water), J. Miles Dale (The Shape of Water, The Vow), David S. Goyer (Assassination Nation, Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice), and Kevin Turen (All is Lost, 99 Holmes) serving as executive producer. Twitter
Media reports indicate that two people were shot dead during protests yesterday over the decision of incumbent President Abdoulaye Wade to seek a third term as leader of the West African nation. Further demonstrations have been planned and the election is slated to take place on 26 February.In a statement issued by his spokesperson, Mr. Ban “urges all political parties and national stakeholders to refrain from violence in the pursuit of their objectives and to pursue peaceful means to resolve all electoral grievances.”The UN chief called on all concerned people and groups to ensure the “enabling conditions for transparent, credible and peaceful elections that reflect the legitimate concerns and aspirations of the people of Senegal.”He also underlined the need for Senegalese authorities to act in a way that preserves and consolidates the country’s democratic traditions, which he noted “have laid the foundations for its long history of stability and social cohesion.” 31 January 2012Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon expressed concern today about mounting political tensions in Senegal, where voters go to the polls in less than a month to elect a president.
From Candy Crush to Tinder, BlackBerry rolls out Amazon app store partnership by David Friend, The Canadian Press Posted Feb 19, 2015 2:30 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email WATERLOO, Ont. – BlackBerry users whose smartphones wouldn’t let them book a date on Tinder or play Candy Crush will finally have a chance to join the crowd through a new software update.The Waterloo, Ont.-based company has released the latest version of the BlackBerry 10 operating system.BlackBerry (TSX:BB) announced the update last fall, but it was only made available to brand new BlackBerry models, the Classic and Passport.For the first time, other BlackBerry users with the company’s latest generation of phones will have access to the Amazon Appstore, which offers thousands of apps built for the Android operating system.Devices have already begun to receive the update in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Asia, the company said.Canadians will have to wait a little bit longer, as the update rolls out across the country’s wireless carriers over the next week. All of them are expected to have it available by early March.Aside from the Amazon store, there are a number of other updates, including extra features for the phone’s camera and BlackBerry Assistant, a voice-activated program that’s comparable to Apple’s Siri.The update also gives users access to BlackBerry Blend, a new feature that makes email, BlackBerry Messenger, text messages and other data from their BlackBerry smartphones accessible on other platforms like Apple’s Mac OS and Windows.BlackBerry has been criticized for the lack of popular applications available for its BlackBerry 10 smartphones, which some suggested has only given customers more reason to buy other devices like Apple’s iPhone and the Samsung Galaxy models.Follow @dj_friend on Twitter.
We also examined ways of facilitating greater participation of women in public life and politics. Currently, women are hugely under-represented in these areas. While most felt this needed to be challenged, the exact nature of this will be decided by a ballot tomorrow.At the first meeting of the convention last month, it voted in favour of lowering the voting age to 16. It also opposed reducing the presidential term.If you would like to watch the convention tomorrow, the proceedings will be streamed live at: https://www.constitution.ie/OnlineStreaming.aspxRead: Poll: Should the Constitution’s ‘women in the home’ clause be amended?> THE SO-CALLED ‘woman in the home’ clause in the Irish constitution will be voted on by the Constitutional Convention tomorrow.Today saw expert presentation and engagement by delegates, which will be continued tomorrow before the Constitutional Convention votes on whether to alter the clause in the Constitution which places special emphasis on the place of women in the home.In addition, it will hold a ballot on proposed measures to increase the participation of women in political and public life. During today’s event, the Convention heard from groups including the National Women’s Council of Ireland, Cúram, the 50/50 Group and Women for Election on the issue.They also had group discussions and feedback sessions with the Convention’s delegates and heard presentations from academic experts in this sector.Article 41.2The discussion surrounds Article 41.2 in the Constitution, which states: “In particular, the State recognises that by her life within the home, woman gives to the State a support without which the common good cannot be achieve.“The State shall, therefore, endeavour to ensure that mothers shall not be obliged by economic necessity to engage in labour to neglect of their duties in the home.”Chairperson of the Constitutional Convention, Tom Arnold said: Our Constitution gives special prominence to the place of the women in the home. Today, we heard a range of opinions which sought to find the optimum way to adapt this clause making it more relevant to contemporary Ireland.
It is expected that this agreement, which will eliminate virtually all tariffs in bilateral trade between Canada and the EU, could lead to an increase in annual trade of up to €11 billion per year. By AFP Source: AP/Press Association ImagesBut in a sign of the fierce passions aroused by the giant Comprehensive Economic and Trade Agreement (Ceta), protesters burst through riot police lines and hurled red paint at the EU’s headquarters.Around 100 protesters banged drums and shouted slogans outside the European Council building while Belgian riot police backed by water cannon looked on, AFP reporters said.The glass front doors of the building were also daubed with red paint after some protesters briefly managed to break through police lines, with a number of them arrested.The activists see Ceta as a Trojan horse for the even larger – and more controversial – deal between the EU and the United States.There are also concerns that the deal will erode consumer, social and environmental protections as highlighted by Wallonia – a declining industrialised region in Belgium’s south.Hanging in the balanceThe fate of the Canada-EU deal – so close to the finish line after seven gruelling years of negotiations – had been hanging by a thread until just days ago because of Belgium. The signing today was also further delayed when Trudeau’s plane from Canada suffered mechanical issues and had to turn back for repairs. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesFrench-speaking Wallonia had for two weeks resisted huge pressure to back the deal until it won concessions for regional farming interests and guarantees that international investors will not be able to force governments to change laws.Following marathon talks led by Belgian Prime Minister Charles Michel, the Walloons finally agreed on Thursday evening, and a day later, Trudeau agreed to fly in for the delayed signing.The pact required all EU member states to endorse it and in some cases such as Belgium’s for regional governments to agree too, giving tiny Wallonia an effective veto.‘Trojan horse’ Source: AP/Press Association ImagesEuropean Commission chief Jean-Claude Juncker meanwhile said the deal was an “international standard that will have to be followed by others” – such as TTIP, an agreement that the EU is currently negotiating with the United States.Negotiations for that deal, known as the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP), have however stalled in recent weeks, and the goal of approving it by the end of President Barack Obama’s term in office now having been abandoned.The troubles with the Canadian deal have meanwhile been seen as a possible harbinger of things to come for Britain as it tries to negotiate a new trade pact with the EU after it leaves the bloc – most likely in 2019.- © AFP, 2016With reporting from Gráinne Ní AodhaRead: ‘I’m staying out of this’: John Kerry was asked about Clinton’s emails while in IrelandRead: ‘Come 2018 we’ll have the tax!’: Foster signals a soft warning to Irish government Sunday 30 Oct 2016, 6:50 PM EU and Canada sign free-trade pact to the backdrop of red-paint protests Critics see Ceta as a Trojan horse for a larger and more controversial deal between the EU and the United States. Oct 30th 2016, 6:50 PM 50 Comments Donald Tusk, Justin Trudeau and Jean-Claude Juncker. Source: AP/Press Association ImagesTHE EU AND Canada finally signed a landmark free trade deal seven years in the making today, after overcoming last-minute resistance from a small Belgian region that nearly torpedoed the entire agreement.Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau flew to Brussels for a ceremony that had been pushed back from Thursday after Wallonia with its population of 3.6 million initially vetoed a pact affecting more than 500 million people.Cheers and applause erupted as they inked a long-anticipated deal that will remove 99% of customs duties between the two sides, linking the single EU market of 28 nations with the world’s 10th largest economy.The Minister for Foreign Affairs and Trade Charlie Flanagan welcomed the signing.“I strongly believe that the conclusion of this CETA deal is in the best interests of Ireland, the EU and Canada.” Short URL 12,423 Views http://jrnl.ie/3055043 Share171 Tweet Email Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
La Joconde sur la lune pour tester des communications laserUne photo numérique de la Joconde a été envoyée au satellite lunaire LRO afin de connaitre la faisabilité des communications laser à travers l’atmosphère. L’image, d’une résolution de 152×200, a subit des dégradations mais il a été possible de lui rendre son aspect d’origine grâce à un code. La NASA espère utiliser les lasers comme moyens de communication d’appoint en cas de défaillance radio.Mona Lisa est-elle la première femme avoir été sur la lune ? Une image du célèbre tableau de Léonard de Vinci a en effet servi de test pour la première communication laser dans l’espace. Beaucoup espèrent renforcer et remplacer les communications par ondes radios grâce à cette méthode, en particulier pour communiquer avec des vols spatiaux habités. Il restait à savoir comment la traversée de l’atmosphère altèrerait le signal : les résultats sont plutôt concluants.La photographie de la Joconde a été divisée en 30 400 pixels, pour une résolution de 152×200. Les nuances de gris de chaque pixel se sont vu attribuer une valeur entre 0 et 4095. Le signal a alors été émis depuis la base de la NASA Next Generation Satellite Laser Ranging station, située dans le Maryland. Le laser utilisé servait déjà à étudier la surface de la lune et a transmis le signal au rythme, il faut l’avouer bien lent, de 300 bits par seconde.LOLA à la rescousseLa réception a été effectuée par le Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, un satellite en orbite à 50 kilomètres au-dessus de la lune. Il est équipé du système Lunar Orbiter Laser Altimeter (LOLA), chargé lui aussi d’étudier la topographie de notre satellite naturel. LOLA a par la suite renvoyé le signal de l’image avec son système de télémétrie radio, le seul dont il dispose.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?L’image a bien été reçue sur malgré une perte notable de qualité à cause de la traversée de l’atmosphère. Un code de correction, similaire à celui utilisé pour régler les défauts des CD et des DVD, a été efficacement utilisé pour récupérer une qualité très proche de celle d’origine. Ces erreurs et différences ont permis aux chercheurs d’obtenir de premières statistiques sur les fluctuations du signal laser. La NASA espère pouvoir se servir de la communication par laser comme solution de secours en cas de problème avec les transmissions radio classiques. Cela pourrait également servir, à plus long terme, à maintenir une connexion vidéo haute définition avec des caméras dispersées dans le système solaire, et pointée en particulier sur Jupiter.Le 20 janvier 2013 à 00:00 • Maxime Lambert
Real Madrid defender Sergio Ramos is full of excitement that his side won the Saturday game against Sevilla with two goals after his club had an inconsistent 2019 start.He boasts that Los Blancos still hast the capacity to ensure excellent performances when they want and need it.“We needed a match like this,” he said after the match as quoted by Marca.“We dominated in all aspects of the game.“We finished the chances we had and we’re very happy.“It could have been a larger margin.“We were keen to win in a convincing manner in front of our fans.“By pressing from the first minute, we got our reward.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.“This is really important for the team.“Football is sometimes unfair because everything is based on results.“We can show our best version when we want to.”Ramos also talked about about the relationship between the players and the supporters as there were many more fans at the Estadio Santiago Bernabeu for the match unlike some of the previous ones.“We need to all be in the same boat,” he said.“You could see that they enjoyed it today and they leave content.”
Donald TrumpThe Trump administration said on Friday it will end temporary protections for immigrants in the United States from Honduras on 5 January 2020, leaving potentially 57,000 people vulnerable to deportation.It is the latest in a series of decisions by president Donald Trump to shut down temporary protected status (TPS) granted to immigrants after natural disasters or violent conflicts that would prevent them from safely returning to their home countries.The government of Honduras said on Friday that it “profoundly regrets the cancellation of the program” and pledged free legal and consular support for Hondurans living in the United States.Marlon Tabora, the Honduras ambassador to the United States, said the conditions did not exist in the Central American country to deal with the repatriation of tens of thousands of people.“These families have lived in the United States for 20 years and re-integrating them into the country will not be easy if they decide to return,” he said.After El Salvador, Hondurans are the second largest nationality with TPS to lose their status, which was granted to the country in 1999 following the devastation of Hurricane Mitch.The government said it had conducted a review and found “conditions in Honduras that resulted from the hurricane have notably improved.” The 18-month timeline to end the program would allow “individuals with TPS to arrange for their departure or to seek an alternative lawful immigration,” the Department of Homeland Security said in a statement.The Boston-based Lawyers’ Committee for Civil Rights and Economic Justice said later on Friday that it would amend a legal complaint filed in February to include the Hondurans affected. The original complaint challenged the Trump administration’s decision to terminate a similar program protecting immigrants from Haiti and El Salvador.In January, the Trump administration ended TPS classification for some 200,000 Salvadorans, who had been allowed to live and work in the United States since 2001. Their status will expire in 2019.The administration also recently ended the program for Nepal.TPS critics complain that repeated extensions in six- to 18-month increments of the status, sometimes for decades, has given beneficiaries de facto residency in the United States.In November, then-acting homeland security secretary Elaine Duke set a deadline of six months to make a decision about TPS for Honduras, which is one of the most violent countries in the Western Hemisphere and recently has been convulsed by protests following a contested presidential election. Duke is no longer in charge, replaced by Kirstjen Nielsen.Most of the other countries that have come up for TPS review have had the status terminated, except for Syria, which is in the midst of a devastating war.Canada has become the target of choice for those who fear deportation from the United States. Last year, almost 10,000 Haitians crossed the border illegally amid fears their US temporary protected status might end.Canadian immigration minister Ahmed Hussen said Hondurans had until 2020 to decide what to do, meaning it was unlikely people would rush north.“I don’t believe we will see that wave of individuals coming to Canada,” he told the Canadian Broadcasting Corp.The decisions on TPS are upending the lives of people who have settled in the United States, sometimes for decades, according to immigration advocates.“They have made enormous contributions to this nation as workers, small-business owners, homeowners, parents of US citizens and community members,” said Frank Sharry, executive director at the Washington-based America’s Voice Education Fund.Some Democratic lawmakers decried the decision and said Congress should act to pass legislation that would allow long-time TPS holders to remain in the United States.Karen Valladares, the director of the National Forum for Migration, a non-governmental organization in Honduras, said people continue to leave because of gang and drug-related violence and lack of economic opportunities.“There have not been concrete improvements in the security situation,” Valladares said. In some ways, she added, “Honduras is worse off than when they left.”
Sri LankaA Sri Lankan software engineer suspected by authorities in Sri Lanka of having provided technical and logistical support to the Easter Sunday suicide bombers was monitored by Indian intelligence agencies three years ago for links with Islamic State suspects, investigators said.Four sources in Sri Lankan investigating agencies said they believed Aadhil Ameez, a 24-year-old, was the link between two groups that carried out the attacks on churches and hotels that killed more than 250 people and wounded hundreds more.Aadhil has been arrested and is in police custody, the sources said. His arrest has not been made public, but when asked by Reuters, Ruwan Gunasekera, the main spokesman for the Sri Lankan police, confirmed Aadhil was taken into custody on April 25, four days after the attacks.The spokesman declined to give more details.A police official at India’s National Investigation Agency (NIA) and another police official in the western state of Gujarat said they were providing assistance to Sri Lankan authorities.Aadhil, who describes himself on his LinkedIn profile as a senior engineer/programmer/web designer with a masters degree in computer science and a bachelors in political science from U.K. universities, could not be reached for comment.He does not yet have a lawyer and under Sri Lanka’s tough new emergency laws imposed after the attacks, he can be held indefinitely.His father, M Ameez, who lives in Aluthgama, a town south of Colombo, denied that Aadhil was involved with the plotters and said such “allegations are lies”.The Indian investigators said they had been monitoring Aadhil since 2016 and named him in two chargesheets filed in Indian courts against suspected Islamic State operatives as being one of their contacts.According to one of the chargesheets, reviewed by Reuters, he showed up in Facebook, WhatsApp and Telegram chats with two of the suspects who are on trial for plotting an attack on a synagogue in the western city of Ahmedabad.The two suspects Ubed Ahmad Mirza, a lawyer, and Stimberwala Mohamed Kasim, a hospital technician, were accused of planning “lone-wolf” attacks, according to the chargesheet.Lawyers for both men rejected the allegations and said they were innocent. Both lawyers declined to comment on the possible role of Aadhil.Aadhil has also been named in another chargesheet filed in court by the NIA for providing propaganda and online material to three Indians arrested in early 2016 for promoting Islamic State.The three men, Sheikh Azhar ul-Islam, Adnan Hassan and Mohammed Rafiq Sadique Shaikh are on trial in a special Delhi court facing charges of criminal conspiracy to propagate the ideology of Islamic State, recruit, raise funds and facilitate the travel of people to Syria, according to the chargesheet.Sheikh Mohammad Munawar, a cousin of ul-Islam, said the charges were fabricated and that he had no criminal record ever.Families of the other two accused could not be reached. Their lawyers were not immediately available for comment.Reuters was unable to determine when the Indians informed Sri Lankan authorities of the surveillance. The two officials declined to say whether they continued to keep Aadhil under surveillance after they completed investigation of the cases in India.Indian intelligence services warned Sri Lankan authorities of a possible attack at least three times in April alone, officials have said.Link Between GroupsSri Lankan authorities have said two local Islamist groups – the National Tawheed Jamaath (NTJ) led by radical preacher Zahran Hashim and the Jamathei Millathu Ibrahim (JMI) – were involved in the synchronised blasts in Colombo, the island nation’s capital, and two other towns. Islamic State has claimed responsibility for the attacks.Two sources in Sri Lanka’s police Criminal Investigation Department and two military officials said Aadhil was the link between the two groups.The groups used the dark web and WhatsApp to communicate, they said.However, investigators don’t know yet whether Aadhil was simply a facilitator for the bombers, or if he was also one of the ring leaders involved in planning and executing the attacks.Last week, police raided IT firm Virtusa, where Aadhil had interned in 2013, according to his profile. One current employee has been detained for questioning in connection with the attacks, police say, but no other details have been provided.Online ChatsIndia, with one of the world’s largest populations of Muslims, has claimed success in foiling several Islamic State cells, mostly in southern and western India.Court documents reviewed by Reuters show that the online conversations between the Sri Lankan and the two Indians in western India, began in the summer of 2016 and lasted until the arrest of the two Indians in late 2017. The documents describe how Aadhil Ax, as he called himself online, asked the Indians if they had heard about the atrocities being committed against Muslims in Sri Lanka by the majority Buddhist community.He talked about his own experiences: that he had been in jail, that his house had been torched and that he limped because of beatings, the documents seen by Reuters show. Investigators and neighbours in Sri Lanka say none of these were true.The Sri Lankan investigators interviewed by Reuters say Aadhil made claims he was a journalist and a PhD candidate in some of his online postings, which also were false.They said they believed Aadhil, operating largely from his home, was a key part of the Easter bombings plot and helped in communications and training.”He was the main technology person for them,” said one of the CID sources involved in the investigation. The source said Aadhil was helped in this by Abdul Latheef Mohamed Jameel, one of the eight suicide bombers who detonated his explosives at a guesthouse after failing to do so at Colombo’s luxury Taj Samudra hotel.About a week before the bombings, Aadhil met Jameel, Zahran the extremist preacher, and Inshaf Ibrahim and Ilham Ibrahim, the two brothers from a family engaged in the spice trade in Colombo, the other sources said. The latter three men blew themselves up in five-star Colombo hotels.The CID source said that Aadhil, Zahran and the Ibrahim brothers had leased land in Wanathawilluwa town in the north and set up a training camp. Police raided the place in January this year and discovered a large amount of explosives, but did not know at the time who had leased it.When police raided Aadhil’s home four days after the bombings, all his computer files were found to have been deleted.”He seems to have played an important role in setting up communications for the attackers, helping organise meetings and training camps,” said one of the military sources.
00:00 /01:07 X Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Florian MartinBenjy Mason, director of operations at Treadsack, pictured at Hunky Dory restaurant, started ‘Dining for Democracy.’Twenty-seven restaurants and bars are participating in “Dining for Democracy.” Since March 8, they have been offering special dishes or drinks and donated 15 percent of the proceeds from those to the American Civil Liberties Union.The idea was conceived by Benjy Mason, director of operations at Treadsack, which operates five bars and restaurants in the Heights, as a response to President Donald Trump’s first travel ban.“The diversity of dining options in this city is something that is built on immigration and people coming from all over the world,” he told News 88.7.Mason said he usually doesn’t mix business with politics but felt that enough was enough and it was time to take a stand.So how has it been perceived by diners?“I had one angry person call and yell at my hostess,” he said. “And other than that I think the vast majority of the people have either just not, it hasn’t registered, or a lot of people have come in specifically and said, thank you so much for doing this.”The initiative ends on Wednesday. Mason said he will then reach out to the other restaurants to see how much they raised. Share
Pablo Martinez Monsivais/APOn Tuesday, Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., released testimony that Fusion GPS founder Glenn Simpson gave to the Senate Judiciary Committee. She released the material without coordinating with committee Chairman Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa.The infamous Russia dossier was not the sole basis for the FBI’s investigation into Donald Trump’s ties to Russia, according to a newly public document that notched a tactical win for Democrats inside Washington, D.C.That detail and a few others in a nearly 300-page transcript released on Tuesday by Sen. Dianne Feinstein, D-Calif., blunts charges by Republicans that the FBI and Justice Department used politically funded agitprop to launch an investigation into Trump’s potential Russia connections — one that continues to this day.Feinstein used her own authority to make public a long set of questions and answers from August between Senate Judiciary Committee investigators and Glenn Simpson, whose political research shop, Fusion GPS, plays a key role in the Russia saga.Simpson and Fusion GPS were hired in 2016 to do opposition research on Trump, first by a conservative donor and later by Hillary Clinton’s campaign. One way Fusion GPS did that was by hiring a former British intelligence officer, Christopher Steele, to run the traps among his contacts inside Russia and find out what he could about Trump.The result was the explosive, much-discussed and unverified dossier. NPR has not detailed its contents because it is unsubstantiated, but it describes an effort by powerful Russians to build bridges with Trump and his campaign. The file includes salacious details that could have embarrassed Trump and been used as leverage over him.The question about how closely people in Trump’s orbit worked with the Russians who attacked the 2016 election has always been bigger than the dossier. Court documents, congressional testimony and other reports have depicted a series of overtures by Russians to Trump campaign aides, including a meeting with Trump’s son, son-in-law and campaign chairman in Trump Tower.Trump and the White House insist there was no collusion between the campaign and the Russians. And Republicans have focused heavily on the scandalous aspects of the Steele dossier because they are outrageous and unverified, as part of a strategy to impeach the document as a way to impeach the case that Trump world might have conspired with the Russian interference campaign.This is why Democrats say it’s important that Simpson told Judiciary Committee investigators that he did not instruct Steele to dig up dirt on Trump or find ways to embarrass him. In fact, Steele was so shocked by what he learned from his sources that he felt obliged to report it to the FBI, Simpson says.Steele felt like a person driving to work who sees an accident and feels compelled to call 911, Simpson said.Trump opponents want that testimony to undercut the attack line propounded by Republican critics such as Ohio Rep. Jim Jordan, who has mused about Clinton or Democrats paying Steele to scare up gossip hot enough to entice the FBI into launching a baseless investigation.Several important questions, however, remain unanswered, and Simpson, Fusion GPS and Steele are not fully inoculated against some of the charges they’ve endured from allies of the White House and other critics.Moreover, nothing about Simpson’s testimony will deflect the campaign of derision directed by Republicans against a Justice Department and FBI they call “biased” on behalf of Hillary Clinton and against Trump.For other critics, the Simpson transcript includes a reminder about his potentially conflicting incentives: Fusion GPS has also done work for a law firm that represented the Russian company Prevezon Holdings. Prevezon’s lawyer, Natalia Veselnitskaya, was also present at the 2016 Trump Tower meeting. Fusion GPS has told the Washington Post that it “had no prior knowledge” of that meeting and denied any involvement.And nothing about the transcript resolves another of the questions Jordan has mused about: Did the FBI use material from the unverified dossier in asking the Federal Intelligence Surveillance Court to grant warrants for eavesdropping or other surveillance?Those details are highly classified — the FBI and National Security Agency would never discuss that publicly, and there would be no way for Simpson to know. But the ability for supporters of the White House to discuss classified subjects in ways that could never be resolved in the open is a potent political weapon in this saga.The Judiciary Committee’s chairman, Sen. Chuck Grassley, R-Iowa, and another key Republican member, South Carolina Sen. Lindsey Graham, used it on Jan. 5 in issuing a “criminal referral” against Steele to the Justice Department. They said he had given false information — but the details are secret, so the matter can’t be hashed out in the open.In releasing the Simpson transcript on Tuesday, however, Feinstein has taken away some of the advantage that Republican majorities enjoyed before. Now all of Simpson’s testimony to her committee is available for review — and Democrats said that’s the way it should be.“For months, there has been a campaign to discredit Christopher Steele and cast doubt on the FBI’s investigation into Russian interference in the 2016 election,” said Sen. Sheldon Whitehouse, D-R.I., who also sits on the Judiciary Committee. “The American people should have the opportunity to see the full transcript and judge for themselves.”For Republicans, however, including Chairman Grassley, Feinstein has actually hurt the work of the committee in finding out about potential conspiracy with Russians or the prospect of obstruction of justice.“Feinstein’s unilateral decision was made as the committee is still trying to secure testimony from other witnesses, including Jared Kushner,” said Grassley’s spokesman. “Her action undermines the integrity of the committee’s oversight work and jeopardizes its ability to secure candid voluntary testimony relating to the independent recollections of future witnesses.”Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Share
LATEST update from @GovMattBevin on the deadly school shooting in Kentucky:-2 are dead, 15-year-old male & female-19 injured, 14 of them have gunshot wounds-Suspect is a 15-year-old male student who was apprehended at the scene & remains in custody https://t.co/3qC6uxcALP pic.twitter.com/nZg2lzl9NX— CBS Evening News (@CBSEveningNews) January 23, 2018 – / 6They ran silently, too stunned to shout.Some of the children ran into classrooms to hide from the boy with the gun. Some ran out of the building, into the fields, across the streets, through the doors of nearby businesses.“No one screamed,” said 16-year-old Alexandria Caporali, recounting the moment her high school became the site of the latest American mass shooting. “It was almost completely silent as people just ran.”Bailey Nicole Holt and Preston Ryan Cope, both 15, were killed and another 18 people injured when a classmate opened fire Tuesday morning in the school’s commons, a busy atrium at the center of Marshall County High School, where several hallways meet and children gather before classes.The trauma consumed the rural town of about 4,300 people, where nearly everyone has a connection to the school. Parents left cars on both sides of an adjacent road, desperately trying to find their teenagers; business owners pulled fleeing children to safety; a state trooper rushed to the school, terrified he would find his own daughter among the dead.Kentucky State Police Commissioner Rick Sanders said authorities would not yet identify the 15-year-old, now in police custody, who he said walked into school armed with a pistol and just before 8 a.m. and immediately started firing.Caporali was eating breakfast in the cafeteria when she heard a shot, turned and saw the teenager with the gun. She knew him as a quiet boy who played music and always seemed happy. After the first shot, she said he seemed to hesitate, but then he fired every bullet in the gun.Out in the commons, two 16-year-olds, Lexie Waymon and Baleigh Culp, had been laughing and talking about makeup and the homecoming basketball game like ordinary teenagers on an ordinary morning. They heard the first bang, and imagined something equally ordinary, like a heavy book hitting the floor.“That’s what I expected it to be,” Culp said. “Until I saw a body drop on the ground and the bangs continued. There was bullets flying everywhere.”Fear momentarily seized Waymon.“I couldn’t move. I got up and tried to run, but I fell. I heard someone hit the ground. It was so close to me,” she said. She froze, she said. She could see only blackness — for a full minute, she guesses. Then she came to and ran.Waymon did not stop running, even though her chest hurt. One phrase ran on repeat through her mind: “I can’t believe this is happening. I cannot believe this is happening.” She didn’t stop until she made it to a McDonald’s, more than a mile (1.6 kilometers) from school.Culp was running, too. She ran to the highway, hearing shot after shot behind her. She was still running, unsure what to do, when a man reached out from the door of a business and pulled her inside, where dozens of other students were hiding.“They was running and crying and screaming,” said Mitchell Garland, who owns the cleaning company where the girl took refuge. He estimated that 50 to 100 students who ran from the school huddled there, eventually including his own 16-year-old son.“Everyone is just scared. Just terrified for their kids,” Garland said.Inside school, the boy kept firing, said Caporali, who ran into a classroom.“It was one right after another — bang, bang, bang, bang, bang,” she said, until he ran out of ammunition.Then he took off running, trying to get away, she said. He was soon apprehended and led away in handcuffs.But by then, more than a dozen had been shot and others were injured as they ran from the gunfire. Holt died at the scene and Cope died after being taken to Vanderbilt University Medical Center in Nashville, Tennessee. Five others remained in critical condition late Tuesday.Secret Holt said her daughter Bailey was a “perfect sweet soul.” She also told KFVS that the “horrific act of violence” is “just unbearable” for her family.Hours after the shooting, Benton residents gathered in a church. They were reminded that God had not forsaken them, and told not to ask “what did anyone do to deserve this?”The case against the suspect will begin in juvenile court, which is closed to the public and the records sealed under Kentucky law. Prosecutors will request to move it to adult court, at which point the details would no longer be secret.The teen is being held at a regional juvenile jail in Paducah, Kentucky, about a half-hour away, authorities said, and he has been appointed an attorney.Word of the shooting spread quickly around town, and people rushed toward the school.Marshall County Attorney Jeff Edwards heard the news from a friend and immediately drove to the building. He and his wife both graduated from the school, as did their children.He saw teenagers running in every direction. He said his heart broke for the ordeal he knows they must endure.He took office in 1997, the year a student opened fire in a school in Paducah, killing three and injuring five. It was two years before the fatal attack at Columbine High School in Colorado, before mass school shootings became all too common. It left scars across the state.“This is something that they will never forget,” he said. “It will be with them forever.”The souls of Marshall County have been bruised and the fabric of the community has been torn, but the people of Benton, KY and the surrounding communities are strong…With faith in God and with reliance on friends and family, we will get through this dark day together…#WeAreKY— Governor Matt Bevin (@GovMattBevin) January 23, 2018 Share
According to González Baca, the fishing of this marine specimen occurs mainly in the state’s Natural Protected Areas and continues, despite having closed fishing for the snail since May. Riviera Maya, Q.R. — Concerns are rising for the poaching of pink snail around the state as government officials saying most of the illegal fishing is happening in the state’s natural protected areas. Miguel Angel Nadal Novelo, director of the Attorney General’s Office of the state said he has explained to the fishermen how illegally fishing during banned months affects them financially. “An understanding is missing at all levels. I bet a lot on the consumer. If there is no consumption, there is no sale. Restaurants need to know,” said González Baca. “Unfortunately we have poaching not only in Puerto Morelos, but in other places where work is definitely needed from the authorities at all levels. It is important that people know when it is closed to avoid these products,” said the official. Fishing for pink snail is prohibited from May until November, however, that has not stopped many from illegally fishing not only outside the allowed months, but also in protected waters. Cristopher González Baca, regional director of the National Commission of Protected Areas says that the success of illegal fishing of the pink snail is due to a lack of awareness, explaining that people need to be aware and not consume or buy pink snails. “It was working for many years, making the fishermen understand that not only is there a legal consequence when they are found with illegal protected species, but also having over-fished these species has created affects on local economies,” he explained.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window) Although there are committees for environmental crimes that work together with the National Fisheries Commission, there is still a lack of presence at all levels.
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The Office of the United Nations Refugee Agency (UNHCR) in Cyprus and Kasa private high school signed this week a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) to jointly work for the protection of refugee children in Cyprus by ensuring they have access to quality learning, education, and skill-building opportunities.“The agreement is an affirmation of the importance of education as a basic human right that leads to the empowerment of refugee children to achieve self-reliance,” the UNHCR said in a written statement.Under the agreement Kasa school will offer – starting in the 2018-19 school year – places to refugees and asylum seekers who wish to obtain a high school leaving certificate. Interested people aged 16 or older with a good command of the English language are eligible to apply. The selection procedure includes a test and interview. The duration of studies is minimum of three years.Other areas covered by the MoU are public awareness, information and education activities to foster a positive and respectful attitude towards refugees and others in need of protection. It also provides for UNHCR expertise to enhance the quality learning and social integration of refugee children enrolled at Kasa and an UNHCR internship scheme for graduate students.For Kasa high school, which has been operating for over 56 years, supporting refugees comes naturally given the displacement experience that the founder of the school and his family went through themselves, the statement said.“I believe that the extraordinary courage that all refugees have displayed in their search for a better future will be a huge inspiration for our school, for both students and teachers, and I am sure that they too will have a lot to teach us,” Yiannis Saveriades, the principal of Kasa high school, said.According to UNHCR Representative in Cyprus, Damtew Dessalegne, education plays a central role in UNHCR’s refugee protection and durable solutions mandate.“I, therefore, very much welcome the willingness and readiness of Kasa high school to actively support refugee education and protection in general, in partnership with UNHCR. Such partnerships are essential particularly at present when we are confronted with many complex challenges accompanying refugees in finding safety and lasting solutions, especially when it comes to the education of refugee youth,” he said.UNHCR signed last year a similar MoU with the University of Nicosia.Dessalegne called on other learning institutions to follow these examples and contribute to make quality education available to refugees.“Participation in primary, secondary, tertiary and other education programmes can foster social cohesion, address psychological needs and provide a sense of purpose, normalcy and continuity in otherwise unsettled environments,” he said. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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