first_imgLeeds: In yet another incident that has political overtone, unnamed aircrafts flew over the Headingley stadium with anti-India banners during the World Cup match between India and Sri Lanka, here Saturday. The unsavoury incident has prompted the BCCI to file a written complaint with the ICC, raising concerns about the security of their players. Minutes after the match began, an aircraft carrying the banner ”Justice for Kashmir” flew above the ground. Also Read – Dhoni, Paes spotted playing football togetherAfter half an hour, a similar looking aircraft flew over the stadium with a different banner – ”India Stop Genocide, Free Kashmir”. Midway into India”s run chase, a third aircraft was also seen with a banner – ”Help End Mob Lynching”. “This is completely unacceptable. We have written to the ICC, raising our concern about what happened in Headingley today. If this kind of incident is repeated in the semi-finals, it will be really unfortunate. Safety and security of our players is paramount, a senior BCCI official, who is privy to the development said. Also Read – Andy Murray to make Grand Slam return at Australian OpenThis is second such incident inside 10 days as Afghanistan and Pakistan fans had clashed at the same venue on June 29 after ”Justice for Balochistan” banner was displayed by an unnamed aircraft that landed at the Bradford airport. A few fans were evicted for engaging in brawl inside the stadium premises. The ICC has zero tolerance for political or racist slogans and expressed their disappointment at another security breach. “We are incredibly disappointed this has happened again. We do not condone any sort of political messages at the ICC Men’s Cricket World Cup,” the ICC said in a statement.last_img read more

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first_imgCALGARY, A.B. – Husky Energy Inc. is walking away from its hostile takeover offer for MEG Energy Corp. after failing to win enough shareholder support.Husky says there have also been several negative surprises in the market since it first announced its offer at the end of September last year.The company cited production cuts for the oil industry mandated by the Alberta government and a lack of progress on Canadian oil export pipeline developments. The company’s offer for MEG expired Wednesday.All of the MEG shares that had been tendered to the offer will be returned to shareholders.Husky launched its stock-and-cash offer in September, but MEG rejected the bid as too low.last_img

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00:00:00 | 00:00:00::Projekktor V1.3.09 Three years ago a Grimbsy mother and daughter started their own wedding headpiece business called “Frilly Bits.” Now this local duo’s business is linked to one of TV’s biggest award shows.Mia Gordon has more.

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by Steve Rothwell, The Associated Press Posted Jan 16, 2013 11:41 am MDT NEW YORK, N.Y. – Goldman Sachs went some way to restoring its reputation as a Wall Street powerhouse after its earnings almost tripled in the fourth quarter, handily beating analysts’ estimates, as investment banking revenues surged.The investment bank earned $2.83 billion after paying preferred dividends, compared with $978 million a year earlier in the period ending Dec. 31, 2012.The bank’s debt underwriting business profited from a rally in bonds and a surge in demand for debt securities. Goldman’s debt underwriting business earned $1.96 billion in revenues for the year, its second-best annual performance and the highest since 2007. An increase in stock underwriting also helped boost revenues.“The fourth quarter reminds us a little of the old days and should give investors confidence in Goldman’s future earnings power,” Glenn Schorr, an analyst at Nomura, wrote in note to clients.Goldman’s stock jumped $3.84 to $139.40. The stock has returned 43 per cent in the past 12 months.Analysts were encouraged that revenue growth of 53 per cent for the year outpaced a small increase in employee compensation, helping the bank boost its profit margins. Paying employees is Goldman’s biggest single cost, accounting for more than half of its total operating expenses.The bank’s employee compensation costs rose 6 per cent to $12.94 billion for 2012. The bank also reduced its headcount by 3 per cent to 32,400. That means that the average employee at the bank earns almost $400,000 a year.“While economic conditions remained challenging for much of the last year, the strengths of our business model and client franchise, coupled with our focus on disciplined management, delivered solid performance for our shareholders,” Goldman’s CEO Lloyd Blankfein said in a statement Wednesday.Goldman differs from other big U.S. banks because it deals almost exclusively with institutions, rather than consumers. Its clients are usually mutual funds, international corporations, other banks and similar firms.Revenue for the fourth quarter rose to $9.24 billion, 53 per cent higher than in the same period a year ago, beating analysts’ estimates of $7.97 billion.Goldman earned $5.60 on a per-share basis, compared with the average analysts forecast of $3.71, according to data provider FactSet. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Goldman Sachs’ earnings surge as investment banking revenues jump, aided by bond rally read more

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first_imgAN AMNESTY AND apology for Irish soldiers who deserted from the Defence Forces to fight with the Allies in World War II will move one step closer today.Minister for Justice Alan Shatter will discuss closure for the veterans at a meeting of the Oireachtas Justice Committee this morning.The Minister published a bill last December which offers immunity from prosecution for the servicemen who were dismissed from the Defence Forces or faced a military tribunal for desertion during the war.The legislation has passed through two stages of the Dáil already and will take any amendments or changes during the committee meeting today.It is estimated that more than 7,000 members of the Irish Defence Forces officially deserted during World War II, with many joining the Allied Forces in the fight against Hitler. Of these, around 2,500 faced a military tribunal while around 5,000 were dismissed from service, leading to significant stigma and hardship for the men and their families.“The Bill will receive detailed consideration and members will have the opportunity to propose and discuss any amendments to the legislation as published,” said David Stanton, the Fine Gael TD who chairs the Justice Committee.The meeting takes place in Committee Room 2 in Leinster House from 11.15am and can be watched live here.Read: Hundreds mark 70th anniversary of Warsaw ghetto uprising > Read: Bill giving amnesty to Irish World War II deserters presented to Dáil >last_img read more

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first_imgRequin : la découpe d’ailerons bientôt totalement interdite dans toute l’UEJeudi, un conseil des ministres européens a validé une réglementation adoptée fin 2012 par le Parlement. D’ici peu, la découpe d’ailerons de requins sera totalement interdite dans toute l’Union européenne.C’est une nouvelle victoire pour les requins dont la population connait un important déclin depuis plusieurs années. Au cours d’un conseil tenu jeudi, les ministres européens ont décidé de valider la réglementation adoptée en novembre 2012 par le Parlement au sujet des squales. Celle-ci vise à interdire totalement et dans toute l’Union européenne (UE), la découpe d’ailerons de requin.Cette pratique connue sous le nom de “finning” consiste à pêcher les squales avant de couper leur aileron, très prisé par les gastronomes asiatiques, et de rejeter à la mer les poissons mutilés mais toujours vivants. En vérité, le finning est interdit depuis 2003 dans l’UE et les pêcheurs sont tenus de garder à bord les carcasses des requins. Toutefois, des dérogations leur permettaient encore de débarquer les carcasses et les nageoires dans des ports différents, ce qui empêchait toute vérification quant à savoir si les ailerons avaient été découpés et rendait donc les fraudes aisées.”Alors que le découpage des ailerons de requins est interdit dans les eaux de l’UE et sur les bateaux européens, le fait que le traitement à bord est toujours possible a semé le doute sur l’efficacité des contrôles”, a souligné le Conseil de l’UE, qui regroupe les 27 Etats membres, réuni jeudi à Luxembourg. Ainsi, la nouvelle réglementation proposée par la Commission européenne prévoit que les requins devront être débarqués entiers. Militer pour la protection des requins au niveau international À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Seul le Portugal s’est opposé à cette modification qui devrait entrer en vigueur dès sa publication au Journal officiel de l’UE. L’Espagne et le Portugal étaient les deux seuls pays européens à encore délivrer des dérogations aux pêcheurs. “Grâce à cette politique, l’UE sera également mieux à même de militer pour la protection des requins au niveau international”, a ajouté le Conseil dans un communiqué relayé par l’AFP. Les navires de l’UE débarquent tous les ans quelque 100.000 tonnes de requins et de raies pêchés dans le monde entier, dont certaines espèces sont en danger. Néanmoins, de nouvelles réglementations récemment entrées en vigueur devraient permettre d’accroitre la protection des squales à travers le monde. En mars dernier, la Convention sur le commerce international des espèce menacées (Cites) a voté un renforcement de la protection de cinq nouvelles espèces de requin. Une décision jugée comme une première victoire par les défenseurs du poisson. Mais le succès des ailerons de requin, notamment, continue à faire planer une menace de taille sur la tête des espèces. D’ailleurs, le Japon a récemment annoncé qu’il rejetait cette nouvelle réglementation décidée par la Cites.  Le 7 juin 2013 à 11:11 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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first_imgBy Sailu BahHaddijatou Forbes, who contested on an Independent ticket and lost to the APRC candidate in Banjul Central Constituency in the last National Assembly elections, has said that the demolition of the walls of the former Odeon Cinema in Lasso Wharf in Banjul may pose as an environmental threat to the residents living within the vicinity and most especially the young children.Madam Forbes raised this concern in an interview with this reporter on Wednesday, 25 June 2014 near the said area. She said the demolition exercise carried out by the Disaster Management Committee of the Banjul City Council which brought down the walls of the Odeon Cinema which is on the fringes of the swamps or ‘Tanbi’ is really exposing the area to floods and can bring along on shore reptiles such as snakes, crocodiles, etc. She said she is not opposing the demolition as the structure was too old, but that consideration should have been given in trying to see how to raise the edge with even a new fence in order to prevent encroachments by wild dogs and reptiles.“I fear for the safety of young children who normally go to the swamps after school in search of gold fish and who may encounter snakes and crocodiles in the area. These reptiles can also enter our compounds as there is no barriers to prevent them from being wash into the city by the flood waters,” she observed.Madam Forbes said she is appealing to the City Council to construct a temporal fence at the back of the cinema to preempt such disastrous eventualities.Similar comments were made by some of the residents who also appeal to the Council to address this concern before the rains start in full force.Foroyaa will contact the municipal authorities to get their response on the concerns raised]]>last_img read more

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first_imgSay goodbye to Sir Links A Lot.This is the last year of the lederhosen-clad mascot, the last year of sausages on a stick and festival rides. The Vancouver Sausage Fest will sizzle away for good after its 43rd annual celebration in September. The event, which helps raise funds for St. Joseph Catholic School and other charities, had a good run, but it’s time for something different, organizers said.But first, it will go out in a fat-popping blaze of glory in honor of the school’s 60th anniversary, said Carrie Moschetti, pastoral assistant for administration at the school and parish.“It was a decision made by the councils and the fathers,” Moschetti said. “It will still be the same time frame for the final event. And it will be part of the 60th anniversary celebration for the school this year.” The festival, which draws between 25,000 and 30,000 people annually, had been a big money maker for the school for many years, but it wasn’t really keeping up with the need, she said.“It made money, but not so much in recent years,” Moschetti said.The theme was also a bit out of date, said Judy McMorine, development director for the school. “It’s seen its time,” she said. Gene Munson, one of the festival’s founders, said he thinks the festival’s popularity and draw declined in recent years. “Am I sad about it? I don’t know,” Munson said. “That may sound like a strange answer. I think they overspent, overcharged people. They eliminated so much. They got rid of the dinner and some of the entertainment. The beer garden used to always have live entertainment. One year, the Kingsmen played. They don’t have any of that anymore.”last_img read more

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first_imgCongressman Don Young R-AK: “Most of you never participated at all, because you wouldn’t participate when you (were) asked – House and Senate side. That’s not good legislation, that’s TV legislation.  You are playing to the cameras.”  Congressman Don Young R-AK: “Thank God I’m wearing my cowboy boots today. You know why cowboys wear cowboy boots? To keep their damn pants clean from the horse manure that comes from people who don’t know what the hell they are talking about.” Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Congressman Don Young opened the House-Senate Conference Committee meeting on H.R. 1, the Tax Cuts and Jobs Act by chiding members who failed to do their homework on the ANWR provision, opting instead to come out against the proposed legislation with canned arguments that are not on point. Young put on his Dean of the House hat and educated his fellow members on how those from both sides of the aisle together framed the tenants of the initial legislation that formed Section 1002, and set it aside for the express purpose of oil and gas development.center_img In iconic Young fashion, the former teacher from Fort Yukon illustrated his point with a traditional Alaskan lesson on footwear adjusted from hip waders to cowboy boots to tailor the message to his audience. Story as aired:Audio PlayerDorene-on-anwr-fight-starts-first-day-of-conference-committee.mp3VmDorene-on-anwr-fight-starts-first-day-of-conference-committee.mp300:00RPdlast_img read more

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first_imgPermafrost-derived methane bubbles are trapped in the ice on a pond near Fairbanks, Alaska. Methane from lakes like this one could be a significant driver of global warming, according to a new study released last week. (Katey Walter Anthony/University of Alaska Fairbanks)A new study led by a Fairbanks-based scientist suggests global climate projections have been drastically underestimating carbon emissions from permafrost.Listen nowSuch projections had previously shown the Arctic absorbing as much or more carbon than it emits, thanks to enhanced plant growth that comes, in part, from warmer temperatures. But the new study found that permafrost emissions could more than double once models start accounting for methane that bubbles up from thermokarst lakes, a special type of lake that forms in permafrost.“If we take into account these lakes, we realize, ‘Oh, we actually have a pretty significant source of permafrost carbon this century,’” Katey Walter Anthony, the lead author and associate professor at University of Alaska Fairbanks, said in a phone interview.Other scientists said the study, published in the journal Nature Communications, underscores the limitations and uncertainties of climate modeling – and how policymakers might need to take more aggressive steps if they want to keep global temperatures under control.While such global models currently describe permafrost as an insignificant source of carbon, Walter Anthony’s study said permafrost emissions could rival those from land use change like forest-clearing and burning – the second-largest human source of emissions, after fossil fuels.“The models that we’ve used to construct these carbon budgets, of how much CO2 we can emit and stay below a certain temperature threshold that we say is the edge of where things go from bad to really bad – those carbon budgets are probably made with models that are incomplete and may, in many ways, be very optimistic,” said Charlie Koven, a scientist who works on climate models at Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory in California. “The magnitude of the uncertainty is really large.”Scientists have long known that permafrost, the frozen ground beneath most of Alaska, holds huge amounts of carbon. One study estimated that there’s twice as much carbon in permafrost as there is in the air.If global warming helps thaw the permafrost and puts more of that carbon into the air, it could warm the earth even more.But global climate models currently show permafrost thawing slowly, from the top down. And they also show increased plant growth, suggesting the plants are absorbing more carbon than is being released in the Arctic.Those models, however, don’t include the thermokarst lakes examined by the new study.Thermokarst lakes are formed when permafrost thaws and the ground sinks, forming a pool of water. The pool thaws more permafrost below and around it, in a process that happens much more quickly than the gradual, top-down thaw.Microbes then eat the thawed soil and release methane, a potent greenhouse gas.Accounting for thermokarst lakes boosts projections of permafrost emissions in the later part of this century by as much as 118 percent, according to the new study.Why haven’t thermokarst lakes been included in global climate models before? Scientists have known about them for a long time; Walter Anthony has been studying them for years, using helicopters to help map the permafrost near Fairbanks.But because lakes make up a very small fraction of the overall land area in the Arctic, they’ve been difficult to represent on a global scale, according to Walter Anthony.Her study calls for the broader climate models to start incorporating thermokarst lakes so that there’s a more “comprehensive projection” of permafrost-related carbon emissions this century.Model experts said that’s more likely to happen now that the scale of the emissions from lakes has been estimated. But it’s still likely to take several years before the projections of emissions from thermokarst lakes can be refined enough to include, they said.“We don’t have large-scale data sets of the distribution of how these lakes are changing throughout the Arctic,” Koven, the California scientist, said. Much of the scientific observation of the lakes has been in Alaska, while there’s also a lot of permafrost in Siberia, he added.Thermokarst lakes are not the only potential source of emissions that aren’t represented in climate models, experts said.There are all sorts of processes that could stabilize or destabilize the earth’s climate that aren’t included in existing versions.Insects or droughts could kill trees. Nutrients could flow through soil in unexpected ways. The Amazon rainforest could die off, or absorb more carbon.“Our uncertainty is a really big problem and we’re doing tons of work all across the field to try to reduce that uncertainty – understand it and reduce it,” said David Lawrence, a scientist who works on climate modeling at the University Corporation for Atmospheric Research in Colorado. The study, he said, adds to an “already-large uncertainty range.”last_img read more

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first_imgLet us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on target There are some pretty awesome evolutions of Pokemon out there, and the Mega Evolution forms of the Pocket Monsters are some of the coolest you can find. That’s why this weird Eevee drawing from Pokemon voice actor Takuya Eguchi is such a confusing one. It’s, well, it’s not all that great.Eguchi decided to draw what he thinks a Mega Evolution of Eevee could look like to rather surprising effect. An image of his doodle was shared on the official Twitter account for his variety show Eguchi Takuya no Oretachi Datte Mo~tto Iyasaretai! (Takuya Eguchi’s We Also Want to Be Healed More!). You can see the train wreck of an Eevee illustration below, but do you really want to? Are you sure? Okay, it’s below.イーブイに癒されたくて、撮影の合間に江口拓也画伯にイーブイを描いていただきました。癒された。…イーブイに俺たちだって癒されたイーブイ。#プロジェクトイーブイ #俺癒 pic.twitter.com/5QK9eMpWIY— 江口拓也の俺癒&西山の健僕&斉藤のそま君 (@oreiya_info) February 20, 2018The Eevee has big red, full lips that look like they might belong on a Jynx more than the tiny furry Pokemon, and it’s actually kind of scary. But it has potential. Perhaps it could be the next artwork on a Pokemon card. This isn’t a new way of drawing or doodling for Eguchi, as it turns out, as he previously voiced a character in TsukiPro the Animation, and his special doodles of characters from his variety program’s mascots appeared in the anime character’s room, which was a fun Easter egg.Even the Eevee merchandise line Project Eevee took notice of the doodle.ただならぬイーブイの可能性を改めて感じました。@egutakuya https://t.co/nFGze0JF3N— 【公式】プロジェクトイーブイ (@project_eevee) February 20, 2018As it stands, this isn’t a viable Mega Evolution for an Eevee, obviously, but the drawing has attracted the attention of fans across the internet. I’m not even sure if I were armed with a set of crayons and zero knowledge of what Eevee actually looked like that I could replicate such a weird picture. Could you?center_img Mint-Condition Set of Pokemon Cards Sold For $107KNew Trailer ‘Pokemon Sword and Shield’ Reveals Team Yell Punks last_img read more

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first_imgKolkata: In a critical surgery, the SSKM Hospital has given a fresh lease of life to a 62-year-old patient from an obscure village in Malda who was brought in with severe abdominal pain and later diagnosed with Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA).Coming from a modest family, Sanjit Mondal could not afford the cost of surgery which would have been anything between Rs 10 and Rs 12 lakh at a top private hospital in the city. The SSKM Hospital has performed a surgery on the elderly patient completely free of cost. It has become possible due to various free health schemes introduced by Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedMondal had been complaining of severe abdominal pain for quite sometime now. His family members took him to SSKM Hospital few days ago. Doctors there performed a few medical tests including CT Angiography which confirmed that the patient was suffering from Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm. The clinical tests showed that the walls of the Aorta had a swelling and the portion had already taken the shape of a small balloon due to the swelling. As a result of this, the Aorta became weak. Had there been any further delay in the operation, the patient would have died. The medical condition is called an Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm (AAA) when it happens in the part of the aorta within the abdomen. Also Read – Bose & Gandhi: More similar than apart, says Sugata BoseThe aorta is the largest blood vessel in the human body that carries fresh blood to head, arms and down to abdomen, legs and pelvis from the heart. Abdominal Aortic Aneurysm does not always cause problems but a ruptured aneurysm can be life-threatening. Therefore, a patient with such a symptom needs immediate medical intervention. Apprehending the seriousness of the ailments, doctors at the hospital made all the necessary arrangements on a war footing. A team was formed comprising doctors from the cardiology and CTVS departments. They conducted the surgery which lasted for nearly two hours. A senior doctor at the cardiology department who was part of the team said: “During the surgery, we adopted a procedure called Percutaneous Transcatheter Endovascular Aortic Repair (TEVAR) by which a mesh work was done on the portion of the Aorta that got ruptured.” The doctors who conducted the operation claimed that it was not often found in patients and that a delay in operation may prove fatal. The team of doctors did not follow the conventional surgical repair as the mortality is high. The patient was recently released from the hospital after the doctors performed CT Angiography on him only to convince themselves that the patient has recovered.last_img read more

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first_img Share Tweet Submit Anker Monday deals are here! There are lots of discounts on offer and none of them require any code. Jump right in and grab the best tech and accessories for insanely low prices.Today’s Anker Monday Deals Offers Great Discount on Appliances and Charging ProductsMonday has us excited for a lot of reasons and deals from Anker is one of them. Today the company has a ton of discounts to offer, and none of them require any sort of code at all. Just jump right in and get the discount, just like how it should be.Kicking things off is a generous discount on the Eufy RoboVac 11+. This is the discount on the second-generation model which has an improved bumper and suction inlet. In case you are wondering, the retail price of this vacuum is $249, but this offer brings the price down to just $179. Moving on, the Eufy Lumi Stick-On Night Light is discounted to $10.99 from $14.99. That’s a great amount of savings considering that this comes in a three-pack. Last but not the least, the Eufy Lumi Plug-in Night Light is down from $10.49 from $13.99. It comes in a four-pack.Note: All the deals below will go live on the 13th. Bookmark this page, set a reminder and return to this page when the deals are live.Moving on, we have discounts on batteries and charging products from Anker. The first discount is on their popular PowerCore 15600mAh battery. It usually retails for $31.99, but it’s now down to just $23.99. The PowerPort Speed 2 has been discounted to $17.99 from $23.99, and features multiple Quick Charge 3.0 ports. If that doesn’t quench your thirst for power, then you’ll be pleased to learn that the PowerCore Speed 20000 is discounted to $41.99 from $55.99.Anker’s PowerLine+ Lightning cable (6-feet) is discounted too. You can pick one up for just $11.89, down from $16.99. This is an extremely high quality cable and takes lots of force if you wish to break it. Obviously, you’ll need a car charger to plug the Lightning cable into, and surprisingly the PowerDrive 4 is discounted to $11.19 from $15.99. You can throw in a PowerLine+ USB-C to USB-A 3.0 cable in your shopping spree, which is down to $9.79 from $13.99.Things are topped off with a discount on the iPhone X Breeze Case, which is down to just $5.99 from $8.99. A generous discount on the SoundCore portable Bluetooth speaker is also available. It’s down to $22.09 from $25.99, and it offers great sound given its price.last_img read more

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first_img Sponsored Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies The numbers were announced as the European Union is struggling to persuade its 28 nations to adopt a quota system aimed at making the crossings less dangerous and easing the burden on Mediterranean countries.In Italy, nearly 6,000 people were picked up over the weekend by a host of ships taking part in the EU-mandated Mediterranean rescue operation. Most were sub-Saharan African migrants who had set off from Libya.The Italian coast guard and navy ships on Tuesday brought hundreds of migrants to shore in Sicily after having rescued them over the last few days. Officers wearing surgical masks and white coveralls directed the migrants to a processing tent set up at Pozzallo, a port in southern Sicily.AP Television footage showed one officer dragging an immigrant out of a cabin and striking another man sitting on the deck of a rescue vessel.In Greece, authorities said 457 people had been rescued from the sea in 12 separate incidents off the islands of Lesvos, Chios, Kalymnos and Kos — islands that all face the coast of Turkey — in 24 hours from Monday morning.Another 304 people had made their way ashore Monday to Lesvos’ main port of Mytilene.The UN agency said about half of the 600 people who arrive daily in Greece are heading to Lesvos — where numbers have shot up from 737 in in January to 7,200 in May. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility “Record numbers of the refugees are arriving in flimsy rubber dinghies and wooden boats on the Greek island of Lesvos, putting an enormous strain on its capacity, services and resources,” it said.Few migrants want to remain in debt-stricken Greece, where unemployment runs above 26 percent. Most aim to make their way to the more prosperous countries of Europe’s center and north. They usually travel by land across Greece’s northern border with Macedonia or cross the Ionian and Adriatic seas smuggled aboard ferries into Italy.The International Organization for Migration said Greek arrivals this year have already exceeded the 2014 total. It’s tally was almost identical to that of the UNHCR: 54,660 in Italy and 46,150 in Greece.According to the European Union’s border protection agency, Frontex, Syrians made up the largest group of people crossing illegally into the EU last year, followed by Afghans and Iraqis.___Winfield reported from Rome.___Follow Becatoros at http://www.twitter.com/ElenaBec and Winfield at http://www.twitter.com/nwinfieldCopyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of ATHENS, Greece (AP) — More than 100,000 migrants — many fleeing the war in Syria — have crossed the Mediterranean Sea to Europe so far this year, the U.N. refugee agency said Tuesday — and the arrivals in Greece have reached their highest level since the crisis began.Citing national figures, the UNHCR said 54,000 people had traveled illegally to Italy and 48,000 to Greece so far in 2015, with another small fraction heading for Spain and Malta. Top Stories Comments   Share   Four benefits of having a wireless security system Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober 3 international destinations to visit in 2019last_img read more

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first_img May 27, 2014 483 Views Home Prices S&P/Case Shiller Home Price Indices 2014-05-27 Tory Barringer Home prices continued to ascend through the end of the first quarter, though increases slowed down to match other weak indicators.The S&P/Case-Shiller Home Price Indices, released Tuesday, recorded a seasonally adjusted 1.2 percent monthly rise in prices across 20 of the country’s top markets. Removing adjustments, the index climbed 0.9 percent month-over-month.A consensus forecast from economists surveyed by Econoday called for an adjusted monthly increase of 0.7 percent.Compared to a year ago, March prices were up 12.4 percent, a step back from the 12.9 percent annual increase recorded in February.”The year-over-year changes suggest that prices are rising more slowly,” said David M. Blitzer, chairman of the Index Committee at S&P Dow Jones Indices. “Annual price increases for the two Composites have slowed in the last four months and 13 cities saw annual price changes moderate in March.”Despite decelerating price growth, all cities in the composite index posted higher prices than a year ago, and four locations—Boston, Charlotte, Portland, and San Francisco—are now within 15 percent of their previous peaks. Denver and Dallas, which recovered to their perspective peaks months ago, continue to push up, meanwhile.The latest index release also included quarterly data, showing prices rising 0.2 percent quarter-to-quarter in Q1. Compared to last year, prices were up 10.3 percent.Looking at other market indicators, Blitzer says the picture “remain[s] mixed.””April housing starts recovered the drop in March but virtually all the gain was in apartment construction, not single family homes,” he said. “New home sales also rebounded from recent weakness but remain soft.”At the same time, he added, “Other comments include arguments that student loan debt is preventing many potential first time buyers from entering the housing market.” Sharecenter_img in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, Headlines, News March Price Gains Beat Forecasts Despite Slowdownlast_img read more

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first_img by Adina Bresge, The Canadian Press Posted Dec 8, 2018 6:00 am PDT Grammy-nominated violinist James Ehnes credits Manitoba hometown for musical rise Growing up in Brandon, Man., James Ehnes would pretend he was a hot-shot violinist touring in concert halls around the world and racking up awards.Ehnes never fathomed that his childhood fantasy could come to fruition. If anything, it was an underestimate.The 11-time Juno winner emerged from a rehearsal Friday for a performance at the Dresden Philharmonic in Germany to find his phone was blowing up with what he assumed were texts from a group chat with his friends. It turns out the flurry of notifications were congratulations for his second Grammy nomination in the best classical instrumental solo category. He also won an award in 2008 for a recording with the Vancouver Symphony Orchestra.“Sometimes, I really do find I want to pinch myself and think, ‘Is this really happening?’” Ehnes, 42, said in a phone interview. “I am one of those very lucky people that gets to do what I always wanted to do.”Ehnes is being recognized for his pulse-pounding performance of a concerto that Pulitzer Prize-winning composer Aaron Jay Kernis wrote for the world-renowned musician. Having premiered at the Toronto Symphony Orchestra in March 2017, the sonically dense score reaches dizzying tempos that demand near superhuman dexterity of the soloist. But Ehnes said he was up for the challenge.“It’s a really virtuosic vehicle for the violinist,” said Ehnes. “The sort of technical demands (Kernis) puts on the player … are pushing new boundaries for the technique on the violin.”While his hometown in Manitoba may not seem like a musical mecca to some, Ehnes said he believes his Brandon upbringing was essential to his musical rise.“I don’t think I could have grown up in a better place for what I wanted to do,” he said. “I got to grow up in a nice town with a nice normal life and nice normal friends instead of having to be torn away from my family and go to some special school.”His father was a trumpet professor at Brandon University, and Ehnes said the entire music faculty became like an “extended” family to him.Noted violinist Francis Chaplin took Ehnes under his wing, helping the musical prodigy hone his craft before making his orchestral debut with the Orchestre Symphonique de Montreal at age 13.Ehnes went on to graduate from Chaplin’s alma mater of Julliard, graduating to become one of the most sought-after violinists in the classical music scene.In his roughly 20 years on the international stage, Ehnes has performed in some of the world’s most hallowed concert venues across four continents, including New York’s Carnegie Hall, the Vienna Symphony Orchestra and the Los Angeles Philharmonic.But as he and his violin tour the globe with 110 concerts this year, Ehnes, who spends as much time as he can with his wife and two young children in their home near St. Petersburg, Fla., said he is particularly looking forward to his performances in Toronto, Vancouver and Montreal this summer.“I love playing (in Canada) … for these audiences who have known me for my whole career.”The Grammy winners will be announced on Feb. 10 at a ceremony in Los Angeles. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Follow @abresge on Twitter.Adina Bresge, The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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first_imgCyprus’ heavy reliance on fuel imports is highlighted in the latest report by the World Energy Council.In a report released by World Energy Council, Cyprus ranks 63 out of 129 countries in terms of balancing what is termed the ‘energy trilemma’ – security, affordability and sustainability of energy supplies.The island’s overall score was BCD; the highest score being AAA, achieved by only three countries – Switzerland, Sweden and the United Kingdom.Titled ‘Time to get real – the myths and realities of financing energy’, the World Energy Trilemma 2014 report found that “energy security is the weakest of the three energy dimensions as the country is highly reliant on fuel imports and struggles to diversify its electricity generation portfolio away from fossil fuels.”“Energy equity is Cyprus’ strongest energy dimension, and slightly improves due to comparatively lower household expenditure on electricity. The lower emissions intensity leads to a better environmental sustainability performance in the 2014 Trilemma Index.”According to the report, fossil fuels account for 97 per cent of electricity generation in Cyprus, the rest coming from renewables.The report finds that, worldwide, energy systems are being put under increasing strain and governments are limiting their spending, putting in jeopardy the €35 trillion the World Energy Council said is needed over the next 20 years for the energy sector.There is enough money from the private sector available to meet the demand, if the right policies are in place, the report suggests.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo 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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that is fair unbiased and accurate” “Adelson may feel aggrieved by some of her rulings” says UNLV’s Stempel “But is that enough for someone to take over a newspaper Presumably there is also a larger Adelson agenda to be more politically active" At the Review-Journal the staff is now tasked with covering a high-profile legal case with great consequence for its new owner This week the newspaper compiled new guidelines on when to disclose its new ownership in its stories according to a series of tweets by Stephanie Grimes a features editor there And Schroeder the publisher first connected to the mysterious sale has since acknowledged that the story about business courts involving Gonzalez was written under a fake byline and relied on articles previously published elsewhere By the first week of January Schroeder had been removed from any management role with the Review-Journal or the shell company used to purchase it Meanwhile the wrongful termination suit against Adelson and his gambling 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average and on par with expensive coastal states"These people will probably be hit" said Roger Lusby a tax accountant in Alpharetta who said he was disappointed by the Republican’s offerings "They just don’t realize it yet"Rep Karen Handel a Republican representing the 6th District who won a closely contested special election here earlier this year defended the plan by pointing to another Joint Committee on Taxation study that found all income groups in the nation would see lower taxes in the short term on average But the report did not break down the impact at the local level and other nonpartisan research has shown that about a third of taxpayers in this income group would pay more Handel said it was a mistake to focus on deductions"It’s important to look at this in the totality" she saidBrandon Beach a local state senator said he was confident that residents would see lowered individual tax bills in the final proposal"This is a tricky thing" Beach said "You’ve got to start somewhere"North Fulton seems like a place that could afford to pay more in taxes but residents say their low-six-figure incomes obscure the economic challenges of living hereA string of prosperous suburbs aligned along an eight-lane highway known as Georgia 400 that funnels cars and light-rail trains into the heart of Atlanta the region has been transformed in the past two decades into a sought-after community with increasingly dense subdivisions and corporate campuses filled with technology and health-care firms The headquarters of huge firms such as UPS First Data and Veritiv are located hereHomes nearby sell for $500000 to $800000 And new construction is constant with signs in front of unfinished Craftsman-style townhouses that wishfully boast "from the mid-$500s"Yet said Tracey Craft a local real estate agent "you can’t get them for them for anywhere near that"Other residents say North Fulton is a place where earning $100000 – nearly twice the national median household income – means a surprising degree of struggle"Some of them are living paycheck to paycheck" Ted Jenkin a financial adviser said "You would imagine that people are fairly well-to-do even with $200000 But they don’t consider themselves to be rich It’s challenging"Lusby the accountant said people earning up to $250000 in this region "don’t consider themselves to be high-earners"He distinguished between income and wealth Few of his clients in this bracket were socking away much for retirement or college costs They might have a nicer house maybe a few extras "but they feel like it’s all being spent and for the most part that’s true" he saidIf Congress no longer allows individuals to deduct state and local income taxes including property taxes from their federal tax bills it could change the calculus of places like Alpharetta Education funded by property taxes is one of the region’s main selling points Officials here credit the public schools – stocked with Advanced Placement and honors classes – with helping to persuade Mercedes-Benz two years ago to relocate its North American headquarters and 1000 high-paying jobs from New Jersey to Sandy Springs a town near Alpharetta in the same countyBroadly speaking the Republican attack on deductions is being cheered by many economists and analysts who have complained for years that the tax code favors deductions not available to most AmericansBut where agreement breaks down is that while many in the upper middle class will be asked to pay more the very rich won’t be"I do think the plan seems to be asking more from the top 20 percent" said Richard Reeves a senior fellow at the Brookings Institution who recently wrote a book called "Dream Hoarders" accusing the upper middle class of gaming the system to their advantageBut Reeves questioned a tax plan that places a greater burden on the upper middle class and delivers most of the benefits to the truly rich the top 1 percent"That’s absolutely not the right way to do it" Reeves saidThe tax plan if passed could further complicate the region’s reputation as a reliably Republican stronghold The district has a long streak of sending a Republican to Congress including Newt Gingrich and later Tom Price President Donald Trump edged out a win in the district last fall in a state that he won by five pointsAfter Price was tapped to be Trump’s secretary of Health and Human Services – a position he later resigned – a runoff election became the most expensive House race in history when Handel narrowly beat out Democratic challenger Jon OssoffIn Alpharetta many people said they could not determine how they would make out under a confusing plan littered with caps and phase-insAs he ate lunch at Alpha Soda a popular local restaurant Chris Krogh said he hadn’t followed the debate closely but was troubled by what he heard Krogh runs a custom cabinetry business and depends on homeowners as customers"I always thought Republicans were supposed to be good on the tax breaks" he said contactez 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