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first_imgUnited Nations: Describing Pakistan as the “hub of terrorism”, India has strongly hit back at the country for raking up the Kashmir issue at the Security Council, saying Islamabad misused the UN forum to spread “baseless and deceitful” narratives about it. Pakistan’s envoy to the UN Maleeha Lodhi raised the Kashmir issue during a General Assembly session on Report of the Security Council for 2018 on Friday, and referred to India’s August 5 decision to abrogate Article 370 of the Constitution which ended the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’Lodhi said India’s action to revoke Jammu and Kashmir’s special status was “in flagrant violation of multiple Security Council resolutions”. She said the Security Council must press India to lift the curfew, end the communication blackout and release the detainees. “There has been yet another attempt by one delegation to misuse this forum to spread baseless and deceitful narratives about my country. Such attempts have not succeeded earlier and will not succeed now,” First Secretary in the Permanent Mission of India to the UN Sandeep Kumar Bayyapu said Thursday. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&K”The truth is that the delegation represents a geographical space that is now widely known as the hub of terrorism that has jeopardised innocent lives in our region and beyond. We do not wish to dignify such baseless diatribes with a response,” he said. On the report of the Security Council, Bayyapu asserted that many of the flaws in the functioning of the Council were structural and its composition is demonstrably out of touch with the ground realities. “The Council neither reflects nor represents the aspirations and views of the larger membership. Like most others, we remain convinced that the only remedy is a comprehensive reform of the Security Council, involving expansion in its permanent and non-permanent categories,” he said. Bayyapu said that since performance assessment has become one of the focus areas at the United Nations, the Security Council too needs to prove its credibility and improve its performance. The annual report continues to be a statistical compilation of events, a bland summary and listing of meetings and outcome documents even though the membership of the General Assembly has repeatedly requested the Council that the annual report be more analytical and incisive rather than a mere narration of the meetings of the 15-nation organ of the UN, he said. “The debate on the annual report has become a ritual and a formality in a long list of formalities. There is a need to reinvigorate this interaction between the most representative organ of the United Nations and its most empowered brethren,” he said. He stressed that the annual report of the Security Council must inform, highlight and analyse the measures that it has decided upon or taken to maintain international peace and security during the reporting period. Bayyapu also voiced concern that the report was not only lacking in substance but is submitted late in the year, almost towards the last quarter of the next year due to which it does not generate the attention needed for a proper discussion. “This needs to be rectified. There should be definite timelines for completing the report, circulating to wider GA members and holding the debate earlier not towards the close of the session,” he said. The 74th session of the General Assembly will begin next week and the annual high-level session will begin soon thereafter. Bayyapu expressed disappointment that the annual report of the Security Council is short of analysis on the UN peacekeeping operations, the flagship tool for the maintenance of international peace and security. “There is little information on how peacekeeping operations are run, on the problems they face, on why certain mandates are set or changed, or on when and why they are strengthened, scaled down or ended,” he said.last_img read more

Homeowners falling behind growing threat of climaterelated catastrophe study

first_imgA coast-to-coast study finds Canadians aren’t keeping up with the need to protect their homes against catastrophic events made more common by climate change.The study from the University of Waterloo points out that insurance claims from weather-driven problems like floods have more than quadrupled over the last decade — even after taking rising real estate prices into account.The study from the university’s climate adaptation centre adds that the number of homes that are uninsurable for flood risk is also beginning to grow.It says there are a range of easy, inexpensive measures people can take to keep their homes dry.They can be as simple as ensuring rainspouts drain far enough away or installing a sump pump with a backup power supply.The study found that less than 10 per cent of eligible homeowners take advantage of municipal flood-proofing grants.    The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Bank Al Maghreb Injects MAD 40 Billion in Money Market Dirham

Rabat – Bank Al-Maghrib has injected MAD 40 billion into the money market in the form of seven-day cash advances during the week of November 16 to 22, according to the latest weekly indicators from the Moroccan central bank.Taking into account an amount of MAD 3.2 billion granted under a program providing funding support for SMEs, the total amount of interventions reached MAD 43.2 billion, says Bank Al-Maghrib. The public body also notes that during this period, the interbank rate stood at 2.25 percent and the volume of trade remained almost stable at MAD 3.3 billion.Bank Al-Maghrib also said that during the call for tenders last Wednesday, an amount of MAD 39  billion was injected into the money market in the form of seven-day advances. Regarding the auction market, Bank Al-Maghrib notes that the Treasury retained MAD 100 million on a proposed amount of MAD 4.3 billion at the auction of November 21, specifying that the subscriptions were 52-week warrants at a rate of 2.26 percent. The bank adds in this regard that given the repayments of an amount of MAD 581.4 million during the period of November 23 to 29, the stock of treasury bills should rise next Wednesday to MAD 517.9 billion, up 5.7 percent from the end of 2016.In addition, Bank Al-Maghrib reports an appreciation of 2.4 percent of net international reserves settling at MAD 236.8 billion by November 17. During the period of this analysis, the central bank reports that the dirham appreciated by 0.3 percent against the euro and depreciated by 0.5 percent against the dollar. read more

Language barrier possible cause in fatal kayaking accident court hears

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram A Greek tourist who witnessed his mother die during a horrific kayaking accident in Cairns, has relived the traumatic event on the final day of a coronial inquest into her death. According to reports on Hatzidimitriadis watched as his mother, Georgina Hatzidimitriadis, 50, and his cousin Dimitrios Eremeidis, who were in a two-person kayak, drifted into trouble on July 30, 2008. In Cairns Coroner’s Court on Tuesday, Mr Hatzidimitriadis said the family did not know they would be split up, instead of riding together in a larger white water raft, until they reached the river bank. “Originally, we thought we were going to be in a big boat, not the double kayaks,” he told the court via telephone link from Greece. “I was a bit concerned when I saw it would be double kayaks because I knew it would be difficult for my mum.” Mr Hatzidimitriadis said his mother’s English was competent, and she was translating for nephew Dimitrios Eremeidis who was sitting at the back of the kayak during the tour with Cairns company Foaming Fury. He said he did not know his mother and cousin were in trouble until he heard a river guide “screaming” instructions to Mr Eremeidis to paddle forward instead of backward after they drifted into a dangerous area. Former Babinda police officer Sen-Sgt Kevin Mathieson told the court witnesses reported Mr Eremeidis became confused after the pair’s two-person kayak drifted off course and he began paddling the wrong way. The court was told trip leader Dean Priest yelled instructions to Mr Eremeidis, but he continued to paddle backward while Mrs Hatzidimitriadis paddled forward, inhibiting the kayak’s ability to move away from the current.“Things were happening too quickly for mum to explain (the instructions to Mr Eremeidis in Greek),” Mr Hatzidimitriadis said, adding that the tour guide was too far away from Mrs Hatzidimitriadis’ kayak to pull her and her nephew to safety. After the kayak capsized, Mrs Hatzidimitriadis was pinned to a rock underwater for seven to eight minutes and died, despite resuscitation attempts after her body was pulled from the water. Sen-Sgt Mathieson said paramedics were sent to the wrong section of the river after a “mix-up” with Foaming Fury, but he did not think it contributed to Mrs Hatzidimitriadis’ death. He said he was more concerned there was no procedure to check tourists’ understanding of instructions given during demonstrations. Foaming Fury general manager Alan Carrette told the court the company now had a more rigorous way of assessing tourists’ command of the English language The inquest into Mrs Hatzidimitriadis’ drowning started on Monday and was the second of four to be held examining the deaths of five people on white water rafting tours in the region between July 2007 and February 2009. A fourth joint-inquest will be held later this year delving into the wider issue of white water rafting standards and regulation.last_img read more

NouvelleZélande Christchurch tremble à nouveau

first_imgNouvelle-Zélande : Christchurch tremble à nouveauLa ville néo-zélandaise de Christchurch est de nouveau victime de fortes secousses. Les premières ont frappé la ville hier, à la mi-journée, lors d’un séisme de magnitude 5,2.Quatre mois seulement après un violent séisme qui avait fait 181 morts et détruit une grande partie du centre de la ville, Christchurch (Nouvelle-Zélande) est de nouveau victime de violentes secousses.Hier, à la mi-journée, la ville de l’île du Sud a été frappée par un séisme de magnitude 5,2. Selon l’AFP, son épicentre se situait à 10 kilomètres et à une profondeur de 11 kilomètres. Quelques minutes plus tard, une autre secousse, de magnitude 6 cette fois, a frappé la ville, avec un épicentre situé à 14 kilomètres de là, toujours à la même profondeur.À lire aussiLe syndrome de Cotard, l’étrange maladie qui fait croire à une personne qu’elle est morteAujourd’hui, les autorités régionales confirment la mort d’un homme âgé et déclarent que 45 personnes ont été blessées. Par ailleurs, le ministre chargé de la reconstruction annonce qu’une partie des quartiers Est de Christchurch devront être laissés à l’abandon en raison des séismes à répétition qui frappent la deuxième ville de Nouvelle-Zélande depuis septembre dernier. D’après Reuters, outre les dégâts infligés aux immeubles, les séismes ont accentué le phénomène de liquéfaction des sols, provoqué par la remontée des eaux souterraines.Christchurch se remettait à peine des secousses meurtrières de ces derniers mois et n’avait pas terminé sa reconstruction.Le 14 juin 2011 à 11:16 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Police issue advisory about fired UM employee accused of making threats

first_imgMIAMI (WSVN) – A former University of Miami employee who was fired from her job is accused of making disturbing comments about mass shootings, and officials are trying to track her down.The ex-employee, identified as 49-year-old Melania Obando, reportedly made comments on two different occasions that caused some concern.On one occasion she said that, if she was the Marjory Stoneman Douglas high school shooter, “they would have never seen her coming.”She also allegedly whispered to another employee, “When I start shooting everyone, I am not going to care who asks for forgiveness, I am going to shoot everyone.”After police questioned her about the comments, Obando went on vacation as she was under investigation. She was then fired.Officers issued an advisory for Obando on Wednesday, concerned she may try to go back to the university campus. She is believed to drive a 2003 white Nissan Sentra with the Florida tag AECW62.Please check back on and 7News for more details on this developing story. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

Civil Rights Groups Send Letter To Needville ISD Over Threats To Punish

first_imgPhoto by Jonathan Drake/ReutersAngelina Lazo (L), an 18-year-old senior at Marjory Stoneman Douglas High School, who said that she lost two friends in the shooting at her school two days ago, reacts to honks of support from passing motorists as she and her mother, Linda Lazo, right, join other gun control proponents with placards at a street corner in Coral Springs, Florida, U.S. February 16, 2018.Three civil rights groups sent a letter to the Needville Independent School District Superintendent Curtis Rhodes Tuesday, February 27th, expressing their constitutional concerns over his threat to suspend any student who misses class to protest current gun laws.Kali Cohn, an attorney with the ACLU of Texas, said that Needville administrators can’t censor political speech or punish students more harshly for missing school to take part in a political protest than they would for any another unexcused absence.The Texas Civil Rights Project and the public interest law firm Texas Appleseed also joined the letter.Needville Superintendent Rhodes in Fort Bend County recently deleted his social media post that threatened an automatic three day suspension to any student if they join growing national protests over guns since the Florida school shooting.“Across the country, young people are making their voices heard on the issues that affect their lives,” said Natalia Cornelio, criminal justice program director with the Texas Civil Rights Project. “In this important moment in our democracy, we need to encourage their political voice; not suppress it.”Along with the letter, the civil rights groups also sent ‘‘Know Your Rights Materials’ useful both to students and administrators.Additionally, the national office of the ACLU will host a nationwide training for students who plan to participate in post-Parkland protests.“Suspending students from school for adding their voices to an important public policy dialogue simply makes no sense,” said Morgan Craven, director of Texas Appleseed’s School-to-Prison Pipeline Project.Read the letter sent by the ACLU, TCRP, and Texas Appleseed to Superintendent Rhodes: Sharelast_img read more

Binelas Named ACC Player of the Week

first_imgBinelas is the first Cardinal to earn conference Player of the Week status since Logan Wyatt did so on March 12, 2018. Florida State’s Conor Grady was named the ACC Pitcher of the Week. Louisville is back in action on Tuesday for the second edition of the Battle of the Bluegrass in 2019. The Cardinals head to Lexington to take on Kentucky, with first pitch scheduled for 6:30 p.m., ET. Print Friendly Version The Louisville offense had its best week of the season in a win over Northern Kentucky and three-game sweep at No. 2 North Carolina State. The Cardinals scored 45 runs on 56 hits in the four victories and moved to the top of the ACC standings. Binelas was at the forefront of the offensive outburst, going 8-for-15 (.533) at the plate with four doubles, a home run and seven RBI. The freshman tallied seven of his eight hits in the sweep at NC State, with four going for extra bases. LOUISVILLE, Ky. – Following a perfect 4-0 week, Louisville baseball freshman Alex Binelas was selected as the ACC Player of the Week on Monday. The Oak Creek, Wis. native has been on a tear over the last month, hitting .357 during that stretch with five home runs and 15 RBI. On the season, Binelas holds a .293 average and leads the Cardinals in long balls and slugging percentage. Story Linkslast_img read more

Zimbabwe prime ministers party dismisses poll

first_img The vital role family plays in society Comments   Share   HARARE, Zimbabwe (AP) – The Zimbabwe prime minister’s party says a new opinion poll reflecting a surge in support for President Robert Mugabe’s party was skewed by a “margin of terror” that saw nearly half those questioned refusing to disclose their political loyalties.Douglas Mwonzora, spokesman for Prime Minister Morgan Tsvangirai’s party, said Thursday that U.S.-based Freedom House poll is “unreliable” in a climate where voters face intimidation by Mugabe militants and loyalists dominating the police and military. In a 54-page report, Freedom House said support for Mugabe’s ZANU-PF party rose to 31 percent from 17 percent in the past 18 months but dropped for Tsvangirai’s party from 38 percent to 20 percent.It said 1,198 Zimbabweans were polled with a plus or minus 2.8 percent margin of error.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenixcenter_img Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Top Stories Sponsored Stories last_img read more

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first_img Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke The Cardinals traded a cornerback away, tried to sign a better one, and now may trade for one. How’s that for trying to make some moves? 0 Comments   Share   So, let’s get this straight. The Cardinals, after trading away Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie, tried to get in on the Nnamdi Asomugha sweepstakes?The best corner on the market, Asomugha would have been a clear upgrade and a major coup for a team that, especially now, could use some help in the defensive backfield.But, Asomugha signed with the Eagles, who would now seem to have a surplus of corners. That the Cardinals would be brought up as a possible destination for Asante Samuel is really no surprise, and Arizona would be wise to look into the option.Samuel, 30, has picked off 42 passes over his eight NFL seasons, including seven last season in Philadelphia.Now, what the Eagles would want for Samuel is yet to be determined, but if they do put him on the market the Cardinals, at the very least, will probably check in and see what it would take.center_img Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation So @Jay_Glazer says Cards wanted Nnamdi after dealing DRC 2 Philly 4 Kolb. Philly gets Nnamdi & @JasonLaCanfora says Asante cud now go to AZless than a minute ago via web Favorite Retweet ReplyRich Eisenricheisen Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

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first_img Top Stories Even if the team’s confidence is improved, the win onSunday was anything but solid. The Cardinals only managed to put up 70 yards rushingagainst the league’s worst run defense. Whisenhunt blamedthis on a combination of Cardinals struggles and the Ramsdefense. “I think there were some plays to made in the running gameearly that we didn’t make,” Whisenhunt said. “But St.Louis came in with eight and nine in the box to try andstop the run and make you beat them with the pass.” Quarterback John Skelton was the Cards leading rusher with38 yards. The team’s starting running back, Beanie Wells,has been battling a knee injury since Week 7. The batteredtailback struggled Sunday only gaining 20 yards on tenattempts.Even the hero of Sunday’s game had his struggles. Petersonwas flagged twice for defensive penalties, something therookie DB has struggled with this season. In response,Whisenhunt says penalties are something you should expectfrom a rookie. “It’s really about technique and understanding how youplay that position, when we have issues we have a tendencyto get out of our technique,” Whisenhunt said. “That’s thefocus with Patrick not the way he plays but making sure hedoes it the right way because when he does it the rightway he’s good, but he’s a rookie.” After six long weeks — seven if you include the bye week— the Cardinals finally picked up their second win Sundayagainst the Rams. The team did it in dramatic fashion no less, thanks to aPatrick Peterson 99-yard punt return for a touchdown inovertime to seal the 19-13 victory. Head coach Ken Whisenhunt believes the win will go a longway for his team. “It was much needed by our football team I think you couldsee that in the emotion of our guys in the locker roomafter,” Whisenhunt said. “When you come in here every dayand you work and you want to do well and things don’t goyour way it’s tough. To have something go your way and towin a game it does a lot to lift the spirits and get theguys to believe in what we’re doing.” Comments   Share   There was also the minor detail of Skelton basicallygiving St. Louis four points with back-to-back safeties. The Cardinals will need to do their best to fix some ofthe issues before traveling to Philadelphia Sunday to takeon the Eagles. Arizona Sports’ Kyndra de St. Aubin contributed to thisreport D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right awaylast_img read more

AccorHotels are gearing up for a bumper 2017 Grand

first_imgAccorHotels are gearing up for a bumper 2017 Grand Prix weekend from 23-26 March and the Pullman Melbourne hotel is offering a range of accommodation options.Pullman Melbourne on the Park which overlooks Fitzroy Gardens has room rates starting from $350 a night.For the serious Grand Prix fans, why not try the only AccorHotel that directly overlooks the Melbourne Grand Prix Circuit. Pullman Melbourne Albert Park, rooms are still available over Grand Prix weekend. Pullman Melbourne Albert Park is offering Lakeview rooms with direct views of the track from $989 per night. The lobby of Pullman Melbourne Albert Park will be decked out with old racing cars which fans are welcome to take photos with, so be sure to charge up the camera and stop by.last_img

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first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email LOS ANGELES — Turns out Olivia Colman, not Glenn Close, was “The Favorite” at the Oscars.The British actress was a surprise winner as best actress on Sunday night for her role as Queen Anne in “The Favorite.” She beat out Close, who arrived at the Dolby Theatre as the heavy favourite to win her first Oscar in seven nominations for “The Wife.”Instead, a stunned Colman took the stage.She gazed at Close in the audience and said, “You’ve been my idol for so long and this is not how I wanted it to be.”Close smiled and laughed.The 71-year-old American is 0-for-7 at the Oscars. Her nods remain the most without a win than any other living actor. Close came into the end of awards season riding a wave of momentum that included wins at the Golden Globes, SAG Awards and Independent Spirit Awards.Colman added the Oscar to her earlier wins at the Golden Globes, BAFTAs and National Society of Film Critics for the role.An emotional Colman thanked her children, who she said she hoped were watching at home. She said, “This is not going to happen again.”The other nominees for best actress were Yalitza Aparicio for “Roma,” Lady Gaga for “A Star is Born” and Melissa McCarthy of “Can You Ever Forgive Me?”___For full coverage of the Oscars, visit: .Beth Harris, The Associated Press Olivia Colman wins surprise best-actress Oscar over Closecenter_img by Beth Harris, The Associated Press Posted Feb 24, 2019 8:31 pm PDTlast_img read more

Crusaders disease reemerges despite liver transplants

first_imgHealth professionals on Thursday said it was imperative for Cyprus to stay updated on the latest research on amyloidosis, also known as Crusaders’ disease, after it emerged that the disease re-emerges in a significant number of people who have undergone liver transplant.Familial Amyloid Neuropathy type 1 (FAP 1) is a rare genetic disease dated to the times of the Crusaders. It involves the production of transthyretin by the liver, which then turns into an amyloid, an inappropriately folded protein, affecting the nerves nearby and the nervous system as a whole. People exhibit pains and discomfort in the lower gastrointestinal system. If untreated, the disease can be fatal in ten years.The disease is treated with the use of the drug Tafamidis. The medicine slows the progression of the disease until a liver transplant can be done.The House health committee heard that up to 20 per cent of people who were carriers and who had a liver transplant, exhibit symptoms of the disease 10 to 15 years post-surgery.MP Andreas Kyprianou said that almost all Cypriots diagnosed with Crusaders’ disease have undergone a liver transplant abroad, with the state covering the expenses.But given this latest information regarding the resurgence of the disease, it was important to stay abreast of medical research, he said.Theodoros Kyriakides, head of the neurology clinic at the Institute of Neurology and Genetics, confirmed the re-emergence of the disease among people who have had a liver transplant.The re-emergence causes various complications that are treated symptomatically, as there is no definitive cure yet.It was up to people to have a DNA test and thus diagnose the disease early, Kyriakides said.Andreas Savva, the community leader of Pachna, proposed that the DNA test – which costs around €200 – be free of charge.A number of carriers hail from the village of Pachna, Limassol district.The disease affects an estimated five in 100,000 Cypriots and is carried from generation to generation. You May LikeSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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