Xenophon gets behind Telstra bill

first_imgIndependent senator Nick Xenophon has said he will back government legislation paving the way for Telstra’s participation in the national broadband network (NBN), according to Sky News reports.  His support follows the government’s release of a full summary of the NBN business plan, ending days of political stand-off. Senator Xenophon told reporters in Canberra on Wednesday that he would now support a government bill before the Senate. The bill aims to separate Telstra’s wholesale and retail arms and establish a framework for the giant telco’s participation in the NBN. Senator Xenophon said he had come close to rejecting the bill but changed his mind following the intervention of Prime Minister Julia Gillard. “There are some amendments that will be moved and I have a letter from the prime minister … which sets out the process of scrutiny,” he said. That scrutiny includes a new joint parliamentary committee on the NBN, which will assess the roll-out process and report back to parliament every six months. If required, representatives from the Productivity Commission, the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission and the Australian Communications and Media Authority will be able to give evidence to the committee. Ms Gillard said the summary of the business plan would show that broadband prices would fall over time as the market became more competitive and the rate of return for the government would be higher than the long-term bond rate. It would also show the NBN now was estimated to cost $35.7 billion, not $43 billion as originally expected. Senator Xenophon said he hoped the Telstra legislation could be passed by the upper house before parliament rises for the long summer break on Thursday. “That’s what I’ll be working on,” he said, adding that failure to pass the bill ran the risk that a deal Telstra made with the government over the NBN could fall over. “I want this to get through the parliament this week. If this falls over we will lose a historic opportunity to sort out this mess of a vertically integrated Telstra which has not been in the interests of consumers and not in the interests of businesses,” Senator Xenophon said.Senator Xenophon said he would not characterise the government’s decision to release the summary as a backdown, preferring to call it a compromise. Ms Gillard said the government and NBN Co decided what to put in and leave out of the summary document. “Clearly we are not putting anything into the public domain that would cause market uncertainty,” she told reporters. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

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Greekowned ships in the dock over crew conditions

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Australian maritime authorities have received complaints concerning basic goods’ deficiency and unpaid wages in two Greek-owned ships.The first incident took place last week in Newcastle after an inspection was carried out by the Maritime Union of Australia (MUA) on the bulk carrier ‘San Nicolas’ managed by Greece’s Athenian Shipping company.MUA Newcastle Branch Secretary Glen Williams reported concerns for the crew’s health with a lack of fresh fruit and limited potable water being available.Some days later in WA, allegations surfaced about the grain vessel ‘Apellis’ following a meeting between crew members and a volunteer inspector from the International Transport Workers’ Federation (ITF).The shipping agency Pyrsos Shipping Co Ltd is the owner of ‘Apellis’, which has been detained near the Esperance Port zone.The staff on board, which includes Ukranians and Indonesians, made claims over poor quality and insufficient essentials, low hygiene standards and unpaid salaries. “We have one crew member, the steward, on $200 a month, another, the chief engineer, claims he hasn’t received a single cent in eight months,” Matt Purcell, ITF’s assistant national coordinator in Australia, told reporters.Mr Purcell referred to the conditions as inhumane and in contravention of the Maritime Labor Convention.Sources: splash247.com, ABClast_img read more

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Des fossiles de siréniens vieux de 12 millions dannées découverts en Australasie

first_imgDes fossiles de siréniens vieux de 12 millions d’années découverts en AustralasieDes chercheurs australiens et américains ont décrit des fossiles de sirénien, découverts en Papouasie-Nouvelle Guinée, qui prouvent l’existence de ces mammifères marins dans cette partie du monde il y a 12 millions d’années.Des paléontologues du Musée Victoria, en Australie, de la Smithsonian Institution et d’autres institutions ont réétudié des côtes et des vertèbres fossilisés de sirénien. Ces dernières avaient été découvertes il y a une trentaine d’années, dans la grotte de Tem Selminum, dans la province occidentale de la Papouasie-Nouvelle-Guinée. Si l’espèce précise à laquelle ils appartiennent n’est pas déterminée, ce sont bien des fossiles de sirénien – le groupe zoologique de mammifères marins auquel appartiennent le lamantin et le dugong d’aujourd’hui. Et, selon les auteurs de l’étude publiée dans la revue Journal of Vertebrate Paleontology, ce sont les plus anciens restes de ce type d’animaux jamais trouvés dans la région indo-pacifique, puisqu’ils datent de 12 millions d’années.”Jusqu’à présent, l’Australasie n’avait pas de registre fossile particulièrement ancien pour les siréniens : les éléments connus ne remontaient qu’à quelques 5 millions d’années. Ailleurs en Asie, les fossiles de siréniens se trouvent dans des roches beaucoup plus anciennes. C’était donc toujours resté un mystère de savoir pourquoi de tels fossiles n’avaient pas été trouvés en Australasie”, explique le Dr Erich Fitzgerald, du Musée Victoria.Des indices sur l’écosystème de la régionÀ lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?”Maintenant, avec cette seule découverte, nous avons plus que doublé la durée de l’Histoire évolutive des siréniens dans les mers d’Australasie. Ces fossiles offrent une perspective incroyable sur la relation que les siréniens actuels entretiennent avec les écosystèmes marins du nord de l’Australie. Les actuels dugongs sont de grands consommateurs d’herbes marines et, ce faisant, ont un impact énorme sur la structure de l’écosystème”, continue-t-il.Auparavant, les scientifiques pensaient que les siréniens, ainsi que leurs relations avec l’écosystème, étaient ‘de nouveaux venus’ en Australasie. Ces nouveaux fossiles datant du Miocène suggèrent que ces animaux ont été un élément important des écosystèmes locaux depuis au moins 12 millions d’années, et que leur rôle sur la santé à long terme de ces milieux peut être important.(crédits photo : Erich M. G. Fitzgerald et al.)Le 6 octobre 2013 à 19:18 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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Thursday Morning Iditarod Update – Ophir To Iditarod

first_imgJoar Leifseth Ulsom of Norway was leading the Iditarod on Wednesday, and he was the first musher out of the checkpoint in Ophir, about 350 miles into the race. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Sixty-seven teams are signed up for the 1,000-mile (1,600-kilometer) trek over mountain ranges, frozen rivers and other dangerous terrain.  Defending champion Mitch Seavey is currently in fifth place- and left the Ophir checkpoint at 2:12 a.m. Sixty-seven mushers began the race for Nome on Sunday, and the winner is expected early next week.center_img Top five mushers as of 6 a.m. on ThursdayJoar Liefseth Ulsom- Got into Iditarod late last nightLars Monsen- out of OphirLarry Daugherty- out of OphirJeff King- out of OphirMitch Seavey- out of Ophirlast_img read more

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Potholes to hashtags Anchorage hires its first tech czar

first_imgBrendan Babb previously worked in the private tech sector, and volunteered on tech-oriented civic projects. Photo via LinkedIn.The city of Anchorage is investing in a new approach to technology, aimed at expediting services to citizens.Last month, the city hired its first Chief Innovation Officer, part of a strategy to bring government data right to residents.Brendan Babb and I stared at a pothole in Midtown Anchorage as he fished out his iPhone.“Of course my phone’ll probably die during this example,” he said, showing me an online tool the municipality launched to report these kinds of pesky infrastructure problems.“I would just go to Muni.org, there’s an icon, or you can go to muni.org/ancworks,” Babb said, shielding his screen from the sun. “Now I can submit a new request.”You enter some info, and basically generate a report letting the city know there’s a pothole to be fixed.“Maybe at the end of your block there’s a stop sign that’s down: you can just go and report the information and submit it and it’ll generate a ticket number,” Babb said energetically. “You have a number you can check in a couple days and see how far along the process is.”Babb was hired in May by the Berkowitz Administration for the new position. His job is to start thinking up ways to use technology and data to improve how the city delivers service to customers. Which is to say: residents.“The idea is kind of like being able to check on your Amazon order to see, ‘oh, has it been sent? Where’s that at?’ The level of detail will grow as it evolves, but right now you’ll just know that someone’s already working on it.”This kind of civic-minded tech is just a few years old, according to Babb, but larger cities like Chicago and Boston have started hiring innovation officers to make city services smarter. The hire fits within the administration’s open data initiative, which is premised on treating all the information collected by the city as potentially available for analysis. And that relationship goes both ways.“My pitch is to get data to flow to residents more easily, and where they’re already looking,” Babb said.He offered a recent example. “We just did health-inspection in Yelp! People are already looking for restaurant information there, so let’s put muni information right where people are looking.”The other part of the equation is essentially finding a way to crowd-source information from all over the municipality.According to Babb, there are way more residents encountering pot-holes in their neighborhood than there are city employees able to hunt them down. And when you take a step back from all the pot hole reports, it might just be that officials start seeing something they didn’t even know to look for.“Maybe when we get the most pot-holes we get additional help to fix potholes, or pot-holes just keep popping up on this one street. Is there something we can analyze to see if there’s something with the build of the road that makes potholes more susceptible here?” Babb rattled off.“I think it gives us more data, and a chance to optimize the work force we have and use them more efficiently.”According to a city spokesperson, Babb’s total compensation is worth $140,000 in salary and benefits.last_img read more

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Global ambiguity sizzles base metals rally fizzles Angel Broking

first_imgWorkers sit on iron pipes before loading them on a truck at an iron and steel market in an industrial area in Mumbai September 11, 2013.Reuters fileBase metals comprising commodities such as copper, tin, zinc, iron and steel are facing headwinds in many ways, causing a drop in the share prices of companies over the past few weeks. The political uncertainty triggered by mid-term polls announced by UK prime minister Theresa May and the upcoming elections in France have dampened the mood further, according to an analyst.In India, the NSE Nifty Metal representing Coal India, Vedanta, JSW Steel, Hindalco, Tata Steel, Hindustan Zind, Manganese Ore and other stocks was down 7.23 percent on Wednesday over a 30-day period at around 3.15 pm. On the BSE, National Aluminium was the top loser at 7.56 percent on the BSE Metals index, followed by Jindal Steel (down 5.26 percent). The fall in the share price of National Aluminium Co. (Nalco) was also attributed to the OFS. The government is selling 5 percent stake (~9.66 crore shares) in the company and had fixed a floor price of Rs 67. Currently, the Indian government owns 74.58 percent in Nalco.”Base metals are currently facing a lot of heat, all thanks to the uncertain global environment and drop in Steel prices. Ambiguity in the global markets has refused to die ever since the Syrian gas attack on April 4, 2017. In condemnation of the same, the US carried out a military strike on Syrian airbase,” Kaynat Chainwala (Research Analyst- Base Metals, Angel Commodities Broking) said in her note, titled “Global ambiguity sizzles; Base metals’ rally fizzles”.”Besides, the US sent an aircraft carrier strike group to the Korean Peninsula region to warn it against conducting missile test,” she added. China ramping its steel production to a record 72 million tonnes last month dampened prices, “setting the lower benchmark for other base metals, especially nickel and zinc,” according to her.The outlook for the metals is bleak, given the political scenario in Europe. “Overall, the climate is not so good for risky assets at the moment and investors are likely to seek safe haven in the coming weeks as well considering the upcoming French elections and shocker snap election demand by UK’s PM Theresa May,” Chainwala said.The BSE Sensex gained 17 points to end Wednesday trading at 29,336. Stocks that hit new 52-week high during the day included Hathway Cable, Jain Irrigation, India Cements, Sun TV Network and CESC.Tata Steel shares ended 0.77 percent higher at Rs 454 apiece, JSW Steel at Rs 190 (up 1.71 percent), Vedanta at Rs 237 (up 2.67 percent) and Hindalco at Rs 187 (up 1.58 percent).last_img read more

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PM Hasina presents sacrificial animal to hijra

first_imgPrime minister Sheikh Hasina. File PhotoPrime minister Sheikh Hasina has presented a cow for Qurbani to the hijra community members in Jamalpur Sadar upazila.On Monday she presented the cow worth Tk 100,000 after they sent a message to her mobile phone seeking a cow.On behalf of the prime minister, Jamalpur deputy commissioner (DC) Ahmed Kabir handed over the cow to the hijra community, said the prime minister’s deputy press secretary Ashraful Alam Khokan.Khokan said Sheikh Hasina received an SMS in her mobile phone around 8:30am on Monday from a hijra member introducing as Mayuri.The Hijra member sought a cow from the prime minister for Qurbani on the occasion of Eid-ul-Azha.Sheikh Hasina directed her private secretary M Tofazzal Hossain Mia to make arrangements for sending a sacrificial cow to Mayuri after contacting Mayuri’s phone number.After making a phone call to that number, the PS came to know that Mayuri lives in the hijra village in Jamalpur Sadar upazila along with 87 other members.He immediately conveyed the prime minister’s directives to the Jamalpur DC and following the instruction, Kabir handed over the cow and money for relevant activities to the hijra community.last_img read more

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Bangladesh to blame if Rohingya repatriation delayed

first_imgMyanmar Social Welfare Minister Win Myat Aye speaks during a press conference in Yangon on 11 November 2018. Photo: AFPMyanmar’s government on Sunday insisted any delays to the repatriation of Rohingya refugees would be the fault of Bangladesh, just four days ahead of the controversial planned start date.After repeated setbacks, the neighbouring countries declared that the first of more than 2,200 Rohingya Muslims would be repatriated on 15 November, even though international NGOs and the United Nations have said conditions are not yet in place for a safe return.More than 720,000 Rohingya Muslims fled Myanmar’s western Rakhine state in a military crackdown in August last year.Survivors brought with them testimony of widespread murder, rape, torture and arson and are fearful of going back to Rakhine state without guarantees of safety, freedom of movement and citizenship.Myanmar and Bangladesh signed the deal in November 2017 but the UN has repeatedly said that any repatriations must be “safe, dignified and voluntary”.”We are ready,” declared social welfare minister Win Myat Aye to reporters in Yangon on Sunday.Provisions at a transit camp will include clothes and food rations, and the refugees will also be provided with money to help them rebuild their homes in one of 42 locations, he added.But he was unable to confirm who would be in the first group to return, insisting that it was down to Bangladesh to make sure they meet the deadline this week.”It depends on the other country (Bangladesh) if the repatriations will start on 15 November,” he said.A Bangladesh foreign ministry official in Dhaka said while they would be moving forward with the repatriation on 15 November as planned, determining that each refugee return was voluntary would be the responsibility of the UN’s refugee agency.UNHCR spokesman Firas Al-Khateeb confirmed this, but added that it had not yet fully resolved the issue despite the tight timeframe.”(The Bangladesh government) asked us officially to assess the voluntariness of the refugees,” he said. “But we have not concluded this process yet.”Both governments have been pushing ahead with this first large-scale repatriation effort, pledging to bring back a total of 2,251 Rohingya at the rate of 150 individuals a day.This has prompted criticism from a group of 42 aid agencies — including Oxfam, WorldVision and Save the Children — who say that it would be dangerous for them.UN investigators have called for the country’s top military brass to be prosecuted for genocide at the International Criminal Court (ICC) over the crackdown.Myanmar vehemently rejects the court’s jurisdiction over the country and insists the military campaign was justified to defend itself against Rohingya terrorists.The UN fact-finding team also said that civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi’s government — in a power-sharing agreement with the military — were complicit in the atrocities against the Rohingya through their “acts and omissions”.She is due to speak to business leaders at a regional ASEAN forum in Singapore on Monday.last_img read more

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Texas House Votes To Extend Life Of Maternal Mortality Task Force

first_img Share Bas SilderhuisLegislation that would extend the life of a state task force studying Texas’ high maternal morbidity rates was tentatively approved by the Texas House late Sunday night. Under Senate Bill 17, the state’s Task Force on Maternal Mortality and Morbidity would continue its work until 2023. The task force, launched by the Legislature in 2013, found that between 2011 and 2012, 189 Texas mothers died less than a year after their pregnancies ended, mostly from heart disease, drug overdoses and high blood pressure.In August, a study in the medical journal Obstetrics and Gynecology showed that Texas’ maternal mortality rates had nearly doubled between 2010 and 2014. Task force members and public health advocates have urged state legislators to allow the committee more time to review each mother’s death.SB 17 also charges the task force with studying what other states are doing to curb their maternal death rates, looking at the health disparities and socioeconomic status of the mothers dying in Texas and finding solutions to help women with postpartum depression. The task force would be required to study how the state can develop a Maternal Health and Safety Initiative to share more information with health care providers on best practices and procedures for safely caring for pregnant women.“This bill will impact all women in the state of Texas when it comes to their maternal morbidity and mortality,” said Cindy Burkett, R-Sunnyvale, one of the House sponsors. In a voice vote, the House passed the bill with several amendments, including one from Burkett that would allow the task force to conduct closed meetings, but will allow them to seek public comment during at least one public meeting per year. Another, from state Rep. Lina Ortega, D-El Paso, adds a labor and delivery nurse and critical-care doctor to the task force.Task force legislation didn’t pass during the regular session, but the issue was resurrected when Gov. Greg Abbott added it to the list of priorities he said he wanted lawmakers to consider during the July-August special session.The bill needs final approval from the House before it can go back to the Senate to concur on amendments before it can be considered by the governor.Both chambers considered a slew of other healthcare related measures late Sunday evening.• In a 122-20 vote, the House gave final approval to a bill that would force physicians to take certain steps before issuing do-not-resuscitate orders to patients. The bill ensures that a patient or the patient’s legal guardian gives consent before a doctor issues a do-not-resuscitate order.• The Senate voted 20-10 to finally approve House Bill 214, which would require Texas women to pay a separate health insurance premiums to get coverage for non-emergency abortions — what one opponent dubbed “rape insurance,” and what proponents said would relieve people who don’t approve of abortion from contributing to insurance coverage of the procedures. The measure does not contain exceptions for instances of fetal abnormalities, rape or incest.• In a 22-9 vote, the Senate tentatively approved requiring doctors performing abortions on minors to report additional information to the state. Under House Bill 215, doctors would have to document how the mothers obtained authorization to get abortions. In a case of a judicial bypass, the report to the state would include whether the doctor or another advocate helped her through the process, and how. If she obtained parental consent, the doctor must report where that happened. And if a doctor performs an emergency abortion on a minor, the report must include whether there was time to obtain parental consent. The bill would also require doctors who perform third-trimester abortions because of fetal abnormalities to report the identified abnormalities to the state.last_img read more

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Deaths disappearances in northern Costa Rica in aftermath of Hurricane Otto

first_imgThe northwestern region of the country, particularly the community of Upala, spent a horrific night in the path of the storm, and at an earlier news conference Friday morning Solís said four people had died and others were missing, with widespread damage that was still becoming apparent in the light of day.The President declared the country to be “in a state of mourning” and called on the people of Costa Rica to “unite, like a national family.”The storm, which has now moved away from Costa Rica and over the Pacific Ocean, made landfall in the country at about 3:30 p.m. Thursday and caused damage in hundreds of communities, especially because of landslides and rivers that overflowed their banks. Authorities had calculated approximately $8 million in damage to roadways as of Thursday evening.“Between 4 p.m. and 10 p.m., the amount of rainfall recorded was the equivalent to that of a full month: about 200 liters per square meter,” Solís said.The mayor of Upala, Juan Bosco Acevedo, told Channel 7 News that water rose so fast in Upala that many residents sat on their roofs during the terrifying nighttime passage of the hurricane.“The situation is chaotic and unprecedented. Upala is devastated,” Acevedo said. The death toll from Hurricane Otto in Costa Rica has increased from four to nine, President Luis Guillermo Solís announced Friday. Five people died in the Alajuela canton of Upala and four in Bagaces, Guanacaste. Solís declared three days of mourning starting Monday. Different parts of Guanacaste experienced vastly different levels of impact. Geraldine Carmona, project coordinator of the nonprofit Guanacaste Community Fund, told The Tico Times that the more fortunate areas seek to take advantage of their relative calm to help the hardest-hit zones. Carmona attended a meeting this morning of a wide range of institutions“I live in Santa Cruz — in the center of the canton there was a lot of wind last night, but the impact was not too significant,” she told The Tico Times in a phone interview Friday morning. “What was discussed at the meeting this morning was that at the Santa Cruz regional committee, where there is more objectivity for the distribution of funds (because of the relatively light impact), will be the base of support for Upala, Bagaces and La Cruz, which were the most affected areas.”She said the commission is made up of a wide range of institutions including the Ministry of Public Education, Caja, Health Ministry, municipal leaders and civil society.Carmona said a team is on the ground in Upala and that she expects more information about the impact of the storm to be available later.Hotel owners throughout Guanacaste reported heavy rain and winds, fallen branches and scattered power outages, but no serious damage — at least at those places that had telephone service.“We had wind and plenty of rain but nothing bad, nothing serious,” said Max Navarro, administrator of the Blue River Lodge near Dos Ríos de Upala and Rincon de la Vieja Volcano National Park. “Some branches fell, and we’re cleaning the gardens, but the guests are very calm. After midnight everything was very serene. Some branches fell, but didn’t hit any structures.”He said the hotel’s popular Dino Park attraction, ziplining and other tours would be closed for a couple of days while workers clean up and make safety checks, but everything should reopen in 72 hours.Nelson Rojas, manager of the Hotel Casa Del Viento in La Cruz in far northwestern Costa Rica, said, “There was not much damage in La Cruz. We got hard rain and strong wind, but not much damage. There were fallen trees in Santa Cecilia and La Garita.” He said there was no flooding because there are not many rivers there.Freddy Morales, receptionist at Cañon de la Vieja Lodge near Rincón de la Vieja, said, “Yes, there was lots of rain and wind, but thank God no disaster. Everything is in order, no property damage or human injuries. Jut lots of cleaning of branches and leaves everywhere, luckily. We’re canceling tours today, but we’ll reopen tomorrow.”Marie-Jo Beaudoin at the M&M Beach House in Playa del Coco said the town experienced fallen trees and a three-hour power outage, but she didn’t know of anybody who was hurt. She sent a link to a Playa del Coco Facebook page that showed lots of fallen trees.Brian Bratton, owner of the Christie’s International real estate brokerage in Tamarindo, said that popular tourist destination experienced a few downed trees here and there, but nothing significant.“They just graded the roads yesterday and we were all wondering: ‘Why? It’s all going to flood.’ And it didn’t even come close, it’s all in great shape. It was really windy and that’s about it.”Calls went unanswered, presumably for lack of phone connections, to three lodges near Tenorio Volcano National Park and Río Celeste, closer to the hard-hit areas of Upala, Bijagua and Bagaces.In Potrero, north of Flamingo, a Tico Times reporter was having dinner Thursday at the Hibiscus Restaurant, 200 meters from his hotel, when a giant tree fell on the one-lane bridge between them, knocking out power at around 10 p.m. Crews work to clear a tree that fell across a bridge in Potrero about 10 p.m. Thursday, knocking out power in the area. Karl Kahler/The Tico TimesThe bridge was impassable by car or by foot, and the restaurant owners, who also needed to cross the bridge to get to their daughter at home, led the way on an alternate route down a dirt road, but they came to a normally fordable river that was too swollen to cross. The restaurant owner, Allan Vargas, waded into the river almost up to his waist before giving up. A one-lane bridge in Potrero where workers cleared a fallen tree that knocked down power lines Thursday. Karl Kahler/The Tico TimesThey returned to the bridge, where a crew of over a dozen men worked an hour and a half in hard rain to clear the fallen trees and downed electrical wires, reopening the bridge about 12:30 a.m.By morning, chainsaws could be heard all over the area clearing fallen trees elsewhere, and workers at the bridge were still repairing electrical lines. A worker said trees had fallen across the road in three places near Potrero, and 40,000 customers had been without power until it was restored around 4 a.m.The Tico Times will continue to bring you more information on this developing story. Read our complete Hurricane Otto coverage here.See what people in Costa Rica are posting on social media about Otto:[<a href=”//storify.com/lariastt/ottocr” target=”_blank”>View the story “#OttoCR” on Storify</a>] Facebook Comments Lamentamos profundamente la muerte de 9 personas por efectos de huracán #Otto en Bagaces y Upala— Luis Guillermo Solís (@luisguillermosr) November 25, 2016 Related posts:More than 3,000 evacuees remain at shelters as rains continue over Costa Rica UPDATE: Hurricane Otto makes landfall in Costa Rica Hurricane Otto weakens to category 1, moves to the Pacific National emergency declared; Costa Rican public agencies to close due to Hurricane Ottolast_img read more

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Correction UNUSVoting Rights story

first_img Men’s health affects baby’s health too Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments   Share   Top Stories GENEVA (AP) – In a story Sept. 25 about voting rights in the United States, The Associated Press reported erroneously that the NAACP was pressing the United Nations in Geneva to send observers to the U.S. for this year’s elections. The civil rights group in fact wants the U.N. Human Rights Council’s rapporteur on racism to investigate alleged racially discriminatory election laws in the U.S. and for the council to make recommendations to restore all citizens’ voting rights _ including convicted felons. In a statement, the NAACP said it sent a first delegation to the U.N. Human Rights Council in March “in the face of a mounting attack on voting rights in the United States.” This week’s visit followed up on that trip.Hilary Shelton, a NAACP vice president, said the issue of voting rights could affect the outcome of the election between President Barack Obama and former Massachusetts Gov. Mitt Romney.“The reality is that you’re seeing two candidates who are going back and forth with slim leads between each other,” he told The Associated Press in a vast conference hall. “A voting bloc like those who are formerly incarcerated _ like racial and ethnic minorities _ can make a tremendous difference.”According to the nonpartisan National Conference of State Legislatures, most states and the District of Columbia automatically restore the right to vote to felons once their sentences are finished. Five states either require a waiting period or require ex-detainees to apply to recover their voting rights.Four states _ Florida, Iowa, Kentucky and Virginia _ bar former felons from voting for life unless they receive pardons from the governor, said the NCSL. Maine and Vermont don’t strip voting rights from felons at all. Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairycenter_img A corrected version of the story is below:NAACP takes bid to ensure US ex-con voting to UNWith US elections looming, NAACP takes bid to ensure former felons can vote to United NationsBy JAMEY KEATENAssociated PressGENEVA (AP) _ The NAACP is taking to the U.N. its effort to ensure that all former convicted felons in the United States can vote.A delegation from the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People was holding meetings Tuesday at the United Nations’ Geneva office in part to press the U.N. Human Rights Council to send its rapporteur on racism to the U.S. to look into alleged racially discriminatory election laws so the council can recommend ways for U.S. authorities to restore all citizens’ voting rights _ including people previously incarcerated.The diplomatic push comes against the backdrop of a related _ and vigorous _ debate about requirements in some states for would-be voters to provide proper identification before they can cast ballots.The NAACP says nearly 6 million U.S. citizens are barred from voting because of previous felony convictions. According to The Sentencing Project, an advocacy group that seeks policies to make it easier for felons to vote, the United States has the world’s largest prison population _ 2.2 million _ and more than 60 percent of inmates are ethnic or racial minorities. Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Sponsored Stories Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix “Our overall end goal is that there is really no good reason to strip the vote away from anyone,” the NAACP’s Shelton said. “We have some shining examples of states in the United States that don’t take your vote away at all when you’re in prison.”___Suzanne Gamboa contributed reporting from Washington.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion projectlast_img read more

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ReturnOne wayMulticityFromAdd nearby airports ToA

first_imgReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedSkyscanner’s first left hand driving schoolWith a quarter of British travellers afraid to drive abroad, we offered one off free classes at our unique ‘Left Hand Driving School’.What holiday expense do you feel most ripped-off by?Take our quick survey now and you could win £100!9 things NEVER to do on a road tripDon’t let your road trip adventure turn into a disaster by following these tips!last_img read more

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Historic day for Cyprus shipping

first_imgThe Cyprus shipping chamber announced on Friday that March 1 was a historic day for the industry as the island’s deputy ministry for shipping marked the end of its first year.“Since its inception, the government department of shipping has advanced significantly with the restructuring plan, aiming to make Cypriot maritime administration even more modern, efficient and flexible regarding the services it provides to shipping companies related to Cyprus,” a statement said.Based on a study, important suggestions were made for restructuring the ministry.The next important step, the chamber said, is the preparation of a national shipping strategy aimed at providing services to existing shipping companies and attracting new ones.This, according to the statement, will further reduce unemployment and strengthen the economy.It also stressed all should work together to achieve these goals.“The common goal of all stakeholders should be the continued and further development and improvement of Cyprus shipping, thus enabling us to respond to the ever-evolving demands of the world economy and international competition.”You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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episodes) Elsewhere Grace planning to redecorate the Oval Office holds a Cheeto against a swatch of fabric to ensure the tones will flatter the Presidents skin tone a joke most political observers have moved on from Will & Grace has no real angle on Trump let alone the sort of take that would justify a DC-set episode But theres a broad berth one is willing to grant if for no reason other than nostalgia I have no particular nostalgic bond with recently-revived series like The X-Files and Gilmore Girls but Will & Grace can override better judgement when it hits its rhythm And not all of the political tones the show strikes are quite so repetitious Will on a date with a 23-year-old (Ben Platt) finds himself stunned not only that the kid hasnt heard Madonnas "Borderline" but that he hasnt heard of Stonewall The urgency with which Will lectures him repeating his history with the knowledge that if its not known and cherished it could fall away feels special Did it need to be aired in a revival of a show whose bright spots (brilliant performances great rapport) and whose flaws ("Oh my god its Jennifer Lopez/Janet Jackson/Cher/Madonna") I was happy having left in my own rear view Probably not But even as so much seems off a lot or a little it doesnt seem a net loss to have four queer or queer-ally characters in primetime on network TV at a time in which any companionship is welcome Forget "Borderline" (And forget the horrid new theme for all it tells us about the show) The tune that runs through my mind was a gay club hit from 1999 just after the show premiered: "Its Not Right But Its Okay" Contact us at editors@timecomThe Pentagon’s program to train moderate Syrians to combat ISIS cost millions per fighter according to a new report USA Today citing interviews and spending figures obtained by the paper reports the Pentagon’s program to train Syrian rebels spent $2 million dollars per fighter trained The training program was suspended last month but not before the US government spent roughly $384 million on the initiative The US had planned to spend $500 million on the program in 2015 which it said would graduate 3000 trained forces this year and 5000 every year following 180 Syrians ultimately came out of the program of which 145 remain according to USA Today and only 95 fighters are currently in Syria The Pentagon disputes the $2 million figure saying each fighter only cost $30000 and argues the majority of funds were used for equipment and arms some of which is still in storage “Our investment in the Syria train and equip program should not be viewed purely in fiscal terms” a spokesperson told the paper Read more at USA Today Write to Maya Rhodan at mayarhodan@timecomIDEAS Sarah Begley is a staff writer for TIME For the second time this month readers are getting a new book from an author beloved whose work was supposedly finished Children’s book fans perhaps thought they’d gotten the last of Dr Seuss when Theodor Seuss Geisel died in 1991 But in 2013 his widow Audrey and longtime friend and secretary Claudia Prescott discovered a box of material that included among other snippets of imagination the draft for What Pet Should I Get The book features the same brother and sister from One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish shopping at a pet store for a new friend to take home What Pet which goes on sale next week has already generated serious interestthe initial printing is 1 million copies Random House VP and associate publishing director for childrens books Cathy Goldsmith says “My guess is that it wont be very long before there is a second printing” Goldsmith who worked with Seuss on his art in his later years explained the decision to publish What Pet posthumously noting that if Geisel were still alive “hed be giving us new books And I think were also respectful enough and grateful enough for what he did write to have not published this if we thought it wasnt worthy” The legacy of Seuss was plenty shored up by Geisel’s 44 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