12 Oct
2019

Morsis family not to attend trial session

first_imgCAIRO  – The family of ousted Egyptian president Mohamed Morsi said on Sunday the deposed leader is unfazed by what it described as “trumped up” charges against him, and asserted they would not attend the first session of his trial, due on Monday.In a statement sent exclusively to Anadolu Agency, the family cast doubts on the authenticity of statements that the Egyptian daily Al-Watan claims that Morsi had said during his meetings with visiting politicians and rights groups from his unknown detention place since July 3.The paper said it obtained leaked recordings of Morsi’s meetings at his detention place, which is still being kept secret. The family said releasing the statements one day before the trial’s first session aims to influence the public.The statement was signed by Morsi’s elder son, Osama, who identified himself as the official spokesman of the “abducted legitimate Egyptian president”.“The president is steadfast despite months of violations against his rights as a president and a citizen and despite all the smear campaigns launched against him by a people of no value,” Morsi’s family wrote in the statement.It said the ousted president would not be brought down to his knees by “trumped up” charges or “kangaroo courts.”Morsi is due to appear for the first time since his July 3 ouster in court to face charges of inciting the killing of demonstrators outside the presidential palace in Cairo in December when he was a president.At least 14 other Muslim Brotherhood leaders and ex-presidential aides are due to appear with him in court as well.The families of seven of the defendants in the case already said they would not attend the trial because they don’t recognize the court’s legitimacy.– RecordingsAccording to al-Watan newspaper, Morsi said during a meeting with Catherine Ashton, the high representative of the European Union for foreign affairs and security policy, that he was illegally detained and this should not happen to a head of state.He called on the European Union and the United States to intervene for his reinstatement, promising to redress the mistakes he had committed during his one year of rule, according to the newspaper, which said it has video and audio recordings of Morsi’s statements.It said Morsi expressed objection to holding a public referendum to decide whether he should stay in office or hold early presidential elections, saying the Egyptian constitution did not contain articles that make this possible.Al-Watan said it would post the video and audio recordings of Morsi’s statements to prove the authenticity of what it marketed as a “scoop.”It said Morsi insisted during his meeting with another political delegation to describe his ouster as a “military coup”, saying that he is still the president according to the constitution.Morsi, however, said he was being treated well at his detention place.He said he rejects his trial, saying the president should have different grilling procedures according to the constitution, the newspaper said.“If I go to the court I will defend myself before the judges,” Morsi was quoted by the newspaper in its report as saying. “I am not involved in the killing of demonstrators. I will say this to the judges.”By Hussein al-Qabanilast_img read more

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7 Oct
2019

Hamilton Centre Riding

NDP leader Andrea Horwath was in Hamilton ahead of Sunday night’s debate to cast her vote in the Hamilton Centre riding. Horwath has been a favorite in the area for years but Liberal candidate Deirdre Pike says she’s also been a voice in the community for a long time.Horwath made it clear, she is not taking any of her supporters at home for granted.It is clear Horwath is gaining popularity across the province, but for the people in the area, what stands out is her Hamilton roots. She has been representing Hamilton Centre at Queens Park since 2007.She is very friendly amongst her community.Meanwhile, Liberal candidate Deirdre Pike has been focused on reaching out to as many people in the riding as she can.Pike has been an activist in the community for years, supporting poverty as well as the LGBTQ community.Pike accuses Horwath of being silent on certain issues in the area.“…when you represent Hamilton Centre, poverty and homelessness are issues that must be addressed. And I have been that voice for a long time” Pike says.Dionne Duncan, PC Candidate cancelled her interview, with a message from her campaign manager saying “we have not been given the approval to make a statement of any kind in print or on air.”Deirdre Pike says the real battle is between her and Horwath.Some lawns in the area show both NDP and Liberal signs. According to some of those homeowners, households are divided between the two parties. read more

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6 Oct
2019

UN tribunal accepts guilty plea of Serb commander during Srebrenica siege

The United Nations International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) today accepted a guilty plea from a Bosnian Serb commander during the 1995 siege of Srebrenica on charges of persecution as a crime against humanity.Dragan Obrenovic, the Deputy Commander of the Zvornik Brigade, a unit of the Army of the Republika Srpska, agreed to plead guilty to a count of persecutions on political, racial and religious grounds as a crime against humanity. In exchange, the Tribunal prosecutor’s office would recommend a 15- to 20-year sentence, with credit for time served in ICTY custody, and dismiss all other charges.The Tribunal has yet to set a time and date for the sentencing hearing.

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4 Oct
2019

Canadian home prices up in August says TeranetNational Bank index

TORONTO – The Teranet-National Bank house price index was up almost 0.8 per cent in August, with the strongest gains in Winnipeg, the Ottawa-Gatineau region and Toronto.It was the second consecutive month in which prices were up in 10 of the 11 Canadian metropolitan markets surveyed.Montreal was the only city that declined, falling 0.1 per cent from July.The overall pricing index was up five per cent in August from a year earlier, according to Teranet.Calgary had the biggest year-over-year gain at 7.9 per cent while the only city with a decline was Quebec, which fell 0.1 per cent.TD Securities economic analyst Admir Kolaj said August’s index shows that home price growth continues to outstrip income growth.“What’s more, the solid performance of the housing market through 2014 has occurred despite moderate employment gains of about 10,000 a month, on average,” he said in a research note.“Looking ahead, a moderate employment picture and gradually rising interest rates suggest that the accelerating trend in home price growth may not be sustained.” by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 12, 2014 9:02 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Canadian home prices up in August: says Teranet-National Bank index read more

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2 Oct
2019

Alzheimers walk to make memories matter

The Walk for Alzheimer’s being held at Brock University Sunday is aiming to raise $85,000 for the local organization.More than 300 walkers are expected to attend the annual event, said Terry McDougall, director of fund development for the Alzheimer Society of Niagara Region.“All of the funds we raise stay in Niagara Region,” she said. This will be Brock’s fourth time hosting the walk. In the past three years, the walks have raised more than $200,000, McDougall said.There are 8,962 people living with dementia in Niagara and Alzheimer’s Disease accounts for 64 per cent of cases, McDougall said.The walk is one of the society’s biggest fundraisers.But, it’s about more than raising money.“It’s also about education and awareness,” said McDougall.The indoor walk will take participants to stations promoting information about everything from making choices and brain teasers to therapy dogs and living a healthy lifestyle.“Walkers receive goodies along the route and information about maintaining a healthy brain,” said Kristen Smith, Manager of Student and Community Outreach. “It’s interactive.”She said hosting the event at Brock is a great way to reach out to the community and get students and staff involved.McDougall said a new feature this year is an art show in the Sean O’Sullivan Theatre showcasing artwork by people with dementia and their caregivers.“We are doing a progressive painting so there will be a blank canvas and people will be invited to leave their mark,” she said.In the Ian Beddis Gym, there will be a health fair with information about community services and supports, McDougall added.Registration for the event begins at 9:30 a.m. Sunday, Jan. 31 with the walk starting at 11 a.m.The event takes place in Brock’s Walker Complex. Free parking is available.For more information or to donate click here. read more

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25 Sep
2019

Two children dead and four others in hospital following major incident in

We can confirm that this is not a shooting— SouthYorkshirePolice (@syptweet) May 24, 2019 Two boys have died and four other children are in hospital following an incident at a house in the Shiregreen area of Sheffield.The two boys, who were both pupils at Firth Park Academy, were aged 13 and 14, South Yorkshire Police said. A 37-year-old man and a 34-year-old woman have been arrested on suspicion of murder in connection with the incident and remained in custody.Police said the four injured children were conscious but remained in hospital.Detectives refused to discuss the relationship of the people in custody with the victims, but said they were not looking for anyone else in connection with the incident.A spokesman for South Yorkshire Police said officers were called to the property at around 7.30am on Friday after a third party expressed concern for the welfare of those inside.Yorkshire Ambulance Service and Yorkshire Air Ambulance attended the scene and transported six children to hospital.The incident took place close to the Hartley Brook primary school and witnesses reported seeing the air ambulance land in the grounds of the school. The house where the incident took place has been sealed off Local residents claimed they had seen two children being taken out of the house by paramedics before being rushed away in an ambulance.They also reported seeing a man and a woman being taken away from the property in handcuffs. The house where the incident took place has been sealed off There is a huge police presence in the Shiregreen area of the city  There were initial reports that the incident involved firearms, but South Yorkshire police denied that there had been a shooting. There is a huge police presence in the Shiregreen area of the city  Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Jonathan Campbell,50, who lives a few doors up from the house where the incident took place, spoke of his shock. He said: “The police knocked on our doorstep and told us there had been a domestic. It was quite a shock to see so many police cars and ambulances outside. I saw a baby of about six months old being carried to an ambulance by a paramedic. “I had never seen the kids or the parents before – they can’t have lived here long Mick Whittaker, 61, milkman who has lived on the same street for 11 years, said: “I pulled up from my round at about 8am and there were sirens wailing down the street. Twenty minutes later the air ambulance landed in Hartley Brook school.”I didn’t know the family and asking around it seems nobody did. There have been sirens down that end of the street before but this is horrific.” Crime scene investigators were spotted arriving at the scene shortly after 10.30am.Detective Chief Inspector Simon Palmer said: “Detectives and specialist officers remain in the Gregg House Road area carrying out inquiries and we are working hard to ascertain the exact circumstances surrounding this incident.It is understood the youngsters were taken to The Sheffield Children’s Hospital in the Broomhill area of the city.It is understood the two dead boys were pupils at the Firth Park Academy close to the scene.A statement posted on the school’s website read: “It is with great sadness that we can confirm that two of our students, died in tragic circumstances this morning. “As this is a Police matter, we are not able to provide any further detail at the moment. Our deepest condolences are with the family and their friends during this difficult time.”We will be providing the appropriate support to our students and staff to help them to come to terms with what has happened. Terrible things can happen in life and there are specialists there to help and who are now helping. We must all look after each other.” read more

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22 Sep
2019

Billy Connolly receives cancer treatment and is diagnosed with Parkinsons

first_imgCOMEDIAN AND ACTOR Billy Connolly has had surgery for prostate cancer and is being treated for the “initial symptoms” of Parkinson’s disease.The 70-year-old star, who has built a film career after success as a comic, will continue to work in TV and on stage. He is also planning to go ahead with a tour of New Zealand next year according to his spokeswoman who also said recent surgery was successful:Billy Connolly recently underwent minor surgery in America after being diagnosed with the very early stages of prostate cancer. The operation was a total success, and Billy is fully recovered. In addition, Billy has been assessed as having the initial symptoms of Parkinson’s disease, for which he is receiving the appropriate treatment.“Billy has been assured by experts that the findings will in no way inhibit or affect his ability to work, and he will start filming a TV series in the near future, as well as undertaking an extensive theatrical tour of New Zealand in the new year.”Connolly, who is affectionately  referred to as ‘The Big Yin’ is his native Scotland, was a a former shipyard welder in Glasgow who became a highly successful folk singer before earning worldwide acclaim as a stand-up comic.He has been famed for his countless TV appearances since the 1970s, particularly on the BBC’s Parkinson chat show and as a guest on The Late Late Show in Ireland.Connolly made his cinematic breakthrough in the 1997 Oscar-nominated film “Mrs Brown” opposite Judi Dench and has appeared on screen numerous times since.Additional reporting by Rónán DuffyRead: One in three Irish men will be diagnosed with cancer in their lifetime>last_img read more

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20 Sep
2019

Energie solaire les surcoûts quelle entraîne tripleront en 2011

first_imgEnergie solaire : les surcoûts qu’elle entraîne tripleront en 2011 Le développement de l’énergie solaire entraîne des surcoûts qui se répercutent directement sur les les consommateurs d’électricité. La Commission de régulation de l’énergie (CRE) estime que ces surcoûts atteindront 915 millions d’euros en 2011.   Le président de la Commission de régulation de l’énergie (CRE), Philippe de Ladoucette, indique que “les charges dues (au photovoltaïque) au titre de 2011 sont estimées à 915 millions d’euros en métropole continentale”. Comparativement, celles de 2010 s’élèveront à 300 millions d’euros.  L’énergie solaire est pour le moment relativement peu compétitive et le surcoût entraîné est actuellement pris en charge par la Contribution au service public de l’électricité (CSPE) que paye chaque consommateur sur sa facture. Le gouvernement a par ailleurs annoncé une hausse de 3% au 1er janvier afin de financer le développement du photovoltaïque.  Ainsi, selon la CRE, la CSPE devrait passer de 4,50 euros à l’heure actuelle à 12,90 euros par mégawatt en 2011 ! Ceci devrait permettre de financer l’ensemble des charges. En 2011, 42% de la CSPE servira à la prise en charge des énergies renouvelables.Le 26 novembre 2010 à 16:59 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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20 Sep
2019

Roccat Savu une nouvelle souris réservée au gamers

first_imgRoccat Savu : une nouvelle souris réservée au gamersLa souris Roccat Savu dédiée au jeu sur PC est disponible. Les gamers vont enfin pouvoir l’acquérir et perfectionner leur technique.La souris informatique Roccat Savu, qui allie la performance et de nombreuses fonctions de personnalisation, est enfin en vente. Présentée au CeBIT, elle est dédiée à un usage du jeu vidéo et c’est peu de dire qu’elle est attendue par toute un communauté de joueurs !À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Cette souris dispose d’un œillet optique réglable sur 400, 800, 1600 ou 4000 dpi et six de ses sept boutons sont compatibles avec le système Easy-Shift[+]. Cette fonctionnalité qui permet d’assigner ses touches à deux actions distinctes en simultané.C’est aussi la première souris au monde ouverte à un système de statistiques et à un trophée dédié, le RAD (Roocat Achievement Display). Le RAD analyse votre utilisation de la souris (molette, clics …) pour débloquer des trophées, ces données pourront être stockées sur un profil partageable via les réseaux sociaux. Seule fausse note note de cette souris, elle n’est disponible – pour l’instant – que pour les droitiers. Espérons que ce fait sera rapidement corrigé ! La souris Roccat Savu sera vendue à 59,99 euros. Le 16 mai 2012 à 18:17 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

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20 Sep
2019

Dont Bother Reading Penultimate Doctor Who Crossover Comic

first_imgStay on target The end is nigh in “The Lost Dimension: Special #2,” the penultimate chapter of Titan Comics’ eight-part Doctor Who crossover event.Picking up right where River Song left off—battling for her life against a lost space colony of Silurians—the archaeologist of the impossible saves Willdar from a prehistoric fate.Demanding the mohawked race take her to their leader the Dacha, River and her student-cum-translator are led off in argument … and then I suddenly lose track of the story.The plot pivots faster than a Charleston swivel, leaving me worried my preview PDF is missing a page (or four). One second Willdar is being held at pike point, and the next he’s a sentimental sap flying through space with the very woman who just kidnapped him.Similarly, the short story ends (for now) with such a jolt, I felt my neck almost snap.With a quick catchphrase (“Spoilers…”), the Doctor’s wife is gone and Jenny, the Doctor’s daughter, has taken her place.The Doctor’s wife and the Doctor’s daughter return (via Titan Comics)Narrating her own story, Jenny finally reveals the circumstances that led to her triumphant return in “The Lost Dimension: Alpha.” Remember, she came swooping in for a last-minute like-father-like-daughter rescue?From her home on Messaline to “the middle of nowhere,” the blonde bombshell combats boredom by rewiring her ship’s shields to make an Einstein-Rosen bridge generator.“I’m young and I’m bored and I died once this week already,” Jenny recounts. “Plus, I’ve got brains pouring out of my ears, and an immeasurable amount of modesty.”So why not build a wormhole engine instead?During a six-month stint on Kulontor, she designs a suit: a red-and-yellow, vacuum-ready, Iron Man-esque suit that certainly beats combat pants, an oil-smeared T-shirt, and ratty sneakers.On its maiden voyage, Jenny and the suit visit Terebek, where she steals a ship—a time ship that has time-crashed—and goes on her merry way to save dear old dad.Written by Emma Beeby, “The Lost Dimension: Part Seven” features art by Ivan Rodriguez (“River Song”) and Carlos Reno, Elton Thomasi, Rafael Dantas, and Adriano Vicente (“Jenny”).On sale now for $3.99, the twofer features a bonus teaser of grand finale “Omega,” in which Alice mourns the Eleventh Doctor in the only way she knows how: steal a TARDIS and find him.(But if you skip this story, I honestly don’t think you’ll be missing much.) HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster last_img read more

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16 Sep
2019

Oregon death becomes federal drug case for five

first_imgFive citizens of Mexico were indicted on federal charges for conspiracy to distribute heroin that resulted in the death of an Oregon woman.Sergio Quezada Lopez, 33; Braulio Acosta Mendoza, 34; Jose Romo Gonzalez, 22; Jose Aldan Soto, 30; and Julian Hernandez Castillo, 31, were charged with conspiracy to distribute heroin resulting in death of Laurin Putnam, 21, of Keizer, Ore., and with other indictments related to distribution of heroin in Oregon and Washington, said S. Amanda Marshall, U.S. Attorney for the District of Oregon.If convicted, with prior felony drug convictions, the statutory mandatory minimum prison term is life with no possibility of release and up to a $20,000,000 fine, Marshall said. With no prior felony convictions, the minimum prison term is 20 years and up to a $10,000,000 fine.Federal charges stem from an investigation by the Drug Enforcement Agency and several regional law enforcement groups, including the Clark-Skamania Drug Task Force.Putnam, 21, was found dead from an apparent heroin overdose April 16 at her Keizer home. After her death, investigators made several arrests in Vancouver and in Washington, Multnomah and Marion counties in Oregon, a DOJ bulletin said. Investigators seized more than 4 pounds of heroin, methamphetamine, cocaine, two guns and more than $20,000.The investigation is ongoing.last_img read more

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15 Sep
2019

EXCLUSIVE 36 are using autoreenrolment to introduce wider pensions communications

first_imgEXCLUSIVE: More than a third (36%) of employer respondents are using pensions auto-re-enrolment as an opportunity to introduce wider communications around pensions and pension savings, according to research by Employee Benefits and Close Brothers.The Employee Benefits/Close Brothers Pensions research 2016, which surveyed 250 employer respondents, also found that a fifth (19%) have introduced, or are planning to introduce, financial education in response to auto-re-enrolment.October 2015 marked the third anniversary of the introduction of auto-enrolment for the UK’s largest employers. It also saw the beginning of the auto-re-enrolment process, under which employers must automatically re-enrol any eligible employee who previously opted out or is not a member of their workplace pension scheme every three years from the initial date of auto-enrolment compliance.This year and next will see the majority of larger employers in the UK go through auto-re-enrolment for the first time.Overall, it is encouraging that just under a quarter (22%) of respondents are viewing auto-re-enrolment as an opportunity to make changes to their pensions provision, despite 33% reporting that it has or will increase their costs. Tune in to EB TV at 11am on 29 November for Employee Benefits Wired, where an expert panel will discuss key findings from the research. Tweet your questions for the panel using #EBWired.last_img read more

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31 Aug
2019

Pak lifts moratorium on death penalty after attack

first_imgPrime Minister Nawaz Sharif on Wednesday lifted a self-imposed moratorium on death penalty in terror related cases, a day after ruthless Taliban militants massacred at least 132 students and nine staffers at an army-run school in Peshawar.Prime Minister Sharif told an All Parties Conference here that the moratorium on death penalty has been lifted. “Yesterday’s incident is extremely tragic,” he told the political leaders. “These sacrifices will not go wasted and we all want complete elimination of terrorism from Pakistan.” Also Read – Pro-Govt supporters rally as Hong Kong’s divisions deepenAn official from the PM office in Islamabad said that the Prime Minister abolished the moratorium on death penalty in terrorism-related cases. A de facto moratorium on civilian executions has been in place in Pakistan since 2008.Sharif had decided to resume moratorium soon after his government took office in June last year but suspended the plan under international pressure.Pakistan is feared to lose a concessionary trade deal with the European Union after resuming hangings. Some 150 countries have abolished the death penalty or no longer carry out executions. Also Read – Pak Army ‘fully prepared’ to face any challenge: Army spokesmanAccording to the interior ministry estimates more than 8,000 death row prisoners are in Pakistan who have already exhausted all options and would be hanged within weeks if the government allowed the executions. Terrorism has a very broad definition under Pakistani law. About 17,000 cases of “terrorism” are pending in special courts.Justice Project Pakistan released a report saying Wednesday that those convicted of terrorism were often tortured into confessions or denied lawyers, and that recent crackdowns had not stopped militant attacks.A moratorium on the death penalty was imposed in 2008 and only one execution has taken place since then. Taliban attackers shot most students point blank in headMost of the students at the army-run school in Peshawar were shot in the head from point blank range by the ruthless Taliban suicide attackers, in one of the most gruesome attacks against children in recent years. At least 132 students and nine staffers were killed when the attackers wearing para-military Frontier Corps uniforms stormed the Army Public School on Warsak Road and started indiscriminate firing on them on Tuesday. Quoting students, Dawn reported that the attackers scaled the boundary wall from the adjacent graveyard and started firing while moving towards the classrooms and auditorium. “Most of the students have received bullets in the head,” Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa information minister Mushtaq Ahmed Ghani said, giving out chilling account of the attack.The parents, who usually wait outside the school to pick their children at the closing time, were seen crying outside hospitals.Besides the parents and relatives, the people visiting the hospitals were also seen mourning on seeing the bodies and injured students in their blood-stained school uniform. “I saw 17 bodies at the CMH (Combined Military Hospital) and all of them had received bullets in the head,” said an eyewitness. He said that some of the bodies were mutilated. Mohammad Zeeshan, a student of grade-7, said that he and many others were getting first aid training in the school hall when they heard the gunfire. “Our trainer told us to lie down on the floor,” he said, adding that in the meantime the terrorists entered the hall. Zeeshan said the terrorists started shooting the students in their heads at a close range. “They killed our class-fellows and then left us in the main hall. I received a bullet in my foot,” the boy said. Paki begins three-day mourning and mass burials for its childrenPakistan on Wednesday began three days of mourning for the 132 children and nine school staff massacred by the Taliban in the country’s deadliest ever terror attack, as the world united in revulsion. Across the country many schools closed as a mark of respect, while those that opened held special prayers for the 141 killed in Tuesday’s assault on an army-run school in the northwestern city of Peshawar.Schools, colleges, offices and markets were closed across Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa, the northwestern province of which Peshawar is the capital.Funerals for the victims, many of whose bodies were pulled from the school still wearing their smart green uniforms drenched in blood, began late on Tuesday and the rest will be carried out on Wednesday.Eyewitnesses said the six attackers came in a white van and torched their vehicle before opening fire to scare away onlookers and clambering over a wall to enter the school.“One of them poured petrol over the vehicle and then set it alight. Then they opened fire in the streets and me along with another person ran away to save our life,” said witness Zabihullah, 12. Two Blasts Outside Girls College Near PeshawarTwo blasts have been heard near a girls college in Pakistan, where 132 children were killed in a massive terror attack by the Taliban at a Peshawar school yesterday. The explosions were reported in Dera Ismail Khan, another city in the Khyber-Pakhtunkhwa province. he security forces rushed to the spot of the incident and cordoned off the area.According to some reports, no militant group has claimed the responsibility of the blasts as of now and no casualty has been reported. The nature of the blasts yet to be established.last_img read more

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12 Aug
2019

Amadeus hosted its seventh annual Chinese New Year

first_imgAmadeus hosted its seventh annual Chinese New Year dinner in Sydney last week, with over 230 Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai travel agents and suppliers in attendance.The company has also held events in Melbourne and Perth.Sydney guests enjoyed a traditional Chinese New Year banquet at East Ocean restaurant, with some lucky agents taking home door prizes including a Microsoft Surface Pro and a PlayStation 4.Amadeus partners Nexus Holidays and Consolidated Travel also generously donated prizes.“We look forward to hosting our Chinese New Year events each year,” said managing director Tony Carter.“They are always lots of fun and we enjoy celebrating this vibrant festival with our valued Chinese, Vietnamese and Thai customer community. On behalf of all the Amadeus team we’d like to wish all our customers and partners good luck, good fortune and good health for the year ahead.” AmadeusYear of the Fire Roosterlast_img read more

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11 Aug
2019

AP PhotoGene Puskar

first_img(AP Photo/Gene Puskar) The Arizona Cardinals have completed second interviews with two candidates as the search for a new head coach extends into next week.98.7 FM Arizona’s Sports Station’s Mike Jurecki reports Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator Steve Wilks and Atlanta Falcons special teams coordinator Keith Armstrong completed interviews Friday.That leaves Philadelphia Eagles quarterbacks coach John DeFilippo and New England Patriots linebackers coach Brian Flores as two more candidates expected to be brought in for another interview. 10 Comments   Share   In other developments, of the nine known candidates to interview, two are expected to take other head coaching jobs.The New York Giants are reportedly expected to bring in Minnesota Vikings offensive coordinator Pat Shurmur while the Detroit Lions are looking towards New England Patriots defensive coordinator Matt Patricia.Pittsburgh Steelers offensive lineman Mike Munchak was a candidate the Cardinals reportedly wanted to bring in for a second interview, but Munchak took himself out of the running for the job.Arizona Cardinals defensive coordinator James Bettcher, who the Cardinals are not expected to bring in for another interview due to their familiarity with him.That leaves Philadelphia Eagles defensive coordinator Jim Schwartz, who has not had any reports surrounding him following his initial interview with the team.Wilks has been the only name recently linked to another job. He interviewed with the Tennesee Titans for their opening Thursday, but the Titans elected to hire the Houston Texans defensive coordinator Mike Vrabel. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact Top Stories The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and sellinglast_img read more

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10 Aug
2019

Mexico City Mexico – Reported by Elite Traveler

first_imgMexico City, Mexico – Reported by Elite Traveler, the private jet lifestyle magazine“True Love Has No Limits,” a new Valentine’s day experience at The St. Regis Mexico City, is a unique experience sure to create unforgettable memories.How can you ensure your loved one is on top of the world this Valentine’s Day? Show her the heights of your affection with “True Love Has No Limits” – an incomparably romantic and exciting experience on the helipad of The St. Regis Mexico City.Set 33 stories up, atop one of the tallest and most exclusive addresses in Mexico City, “True Love Has No Limits” affords couples stunning 360 degree views of the sparking skyline. The city lights and night stars provide a brilliant backdrop to a candlelight four-course dinner and wine pairing – personalized according to the duo’s tastes, a bottle of champagne, live music by a solo musician, and private security. Couples will find the bespoke experience not only full of romance but also very raw, as the center of the helipad is only steps from the unobstructed edge of the high-rise hotel, 492 feet above the ground.www.stregis.com/mexicocitylast_img read more

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28 Feb
2019

APGA and the associ

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