A Security Commission – comprised of representatives of key factions in Northern Afghanistan and a UNAMA official – went to Keshende after learning that fighting broke out again on Monday between Jumbesh, led by Gen. Abdul Rashid Dostum, and Jamiat, led by Gen. Ustad Atta Mohammad.According to a UN spokesman, the Security Commission removed six commanders – three from each side – from their posts. Although it has since returned to Mazar-i-Sharif, the Security Commission is in regular contact with the region.Five military personnel were reportedly killed and two civilians injured during the clashes. read more

Progress on the continent include implementation of the New Partnership for Africa’s Development (NEPAD), particularly on the African Peer Review Mechanism (APRM), to which 12 countries have so far signed up, and also the commitments made by development partners to increase aid levels, said K.Y. Amoako, Executive Secretary of the UN Economic Commission for Africa (ECA).Mr. Amoako, speaking at the opening of a two-day meeting of development experts in Addis Ababa, said, however, little progress was made last year in reducing poverty as Africa’s economy grew at a modest 3.1 per cent in 2002, compared to 4.3 per cent the previous year.He attributed the slowdown largely to the sluggish recovery of the global economy, decline in oil prices, drought conditions in certain parts of North, East and Southern Africa, and civil conflicts.The experts’ meeting precedes an ECA-organized conference of African finance, planning and economic development ministers, focusing on the theme, “Towards greater policy coherence and mutual accountability for development effectiveness.” The conference, starting Sunday, is the first since government officials met last October in Johannesburg, South Africa.In addition to reviewing and advising ECA’s programme of work, the experts will prepare the ministers for their discussion, which will focus on how the international development system can more effectively aid Africa’s battle against poverty. read more

AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Peter Svensson, The Associated Press Posted Jan 24, 2013 12:52 pm MDT Apple shares plunge as growth appears to stall NEW YORK, N.Y. – Apple shares are plunging after the company reported quarterly results that point to growth slowing after five blowout years.The stock was down $50.68, or 9.9 per cent, at $463.32 in late morning trading.Even with the stock’s decline, Apple Inc. is the world’s most valuable company, a position it’s held for more than a year.But it’s now worth just 4 per cent more than No. 2 Exxon Mobil Corp.Late Wednesday, Apple reported October-December earnings that were flat compared with the year before.It predicted sales growth for the current quarter of around 7 per cent —far from the 50-per cent-plus rate it’s often hit in recent years.Analysts believe Apple is unable to fully capitalize on the global smartphone boom with just one new — and very expensive — phone model every year. read more

“The current limitations on flights into and out of these countries, and the restrictions placed on aircraft originating from these countries transiting through airports in neighbouring countries, though understandable, are not warranted,” said chief UN Spokesperson Stephane Dujarric at the daily briefing at UN headquarters.“It is not an optimal measure for controlling the import of Ebola virus disease,” he said. “The measure does not reflect what is known about the way in which the virus passes between people.”The most recently available official figures by the World Health Organization dated August 20 show a total of 2,615 cases and 1,427 deaths reported in Guinea, Liberia, Sierra Leone and Nigeria.Meanwhile, authorities in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) reported that 13 people have killed in an Ebola outbreak since July in a remote village in the area of Boende, Equateur Province, but said the strain of the virus was different from the one that’s been ravaging West Africa. Ebola was first discovered in the DRC in 1976.The Congolese authorities, the UN World Health Organisation (WHO) and non-governmental organizations are mobilizing against the disease. The UN Mission in the DRC, known by the acronym MONUSCO, has created an Ebola taskforce and is tracking and screening all its staff travelling to and from the affected countries in West Africa.The UN System Coordinator for Ebola, Dr. David Nabarro and his team visited the affected-region to support communities tackle the outbreak, are in Guinea today, after visiting Liberia and Sierra Leone.WHO said today that an unprecedented high proportion of doctors, nurses, and other health care workers have been infected in the current Ebola outbreak, prompting the African Union to try to urgently recruit more health care workers from among its members.More than 240 health care workers have developed the disease in Guinea, Liberia, Nigeria, and Sierra Leone, and more than 120 have died, WHO said in its latest update.Ebola has taken the lives of prominent doctors in Sierra Leone and Liberia, depriving these countries not only of experienced and dedicated medical care but also of inspiring national heroes.Several factors help explain the high proportion of infected medical staff. These factors include shortages of personal protective equipment or its improper use, far too few medical staff for such a large outbreak, and the compassion that causes medical staff to work in isolation wards far beyond the number of hours recommended as safe.WHO estimates that, in the three hardest-hit countries, only one to two doctors are available to treat 100,000 people, and these doctors are heavily concentrated in urban areas. At the noon briefing today, Dujarric said the trend of limitations on flights is having three major adverse effects on efforts to control the disease.”“Current flight limitations are hampering the movement of international experts involved in the control efforts. These flight restrictions hinder the capacities of aid organizations like Médecins sans Frontières (MSF) to deploy their personnel in support of the crisis response and mitigation,” he said.“The ability of programmes involved in controlling the outbreak to transport essential equipment and materials to the region is also being severely hampered,” he said, adding that these limitations also contribute to the economic and diplomatic isolation of the affected countries and further compound the stigmatization already experienced by their citizens.He reminded the public, as has the WHO since the beginning of the outbreak that: “Ebola is not spread through air borne contact. In addition, transmission is unlikely to occur through water or food; a person infected with Ebola virus is not contagious until symptoms appear; Ebola is spread through direct contact with the blood or body fluids of a person who is sick with the virus.” read more

FTA says local road pricing must show benefits for road users The Freight Transport Association says it told the Government that local authority road pricing schemes should show clear benefits to road users. It wants evidence checked by an impartial auditor before schemes start. The comments came as FTA replied to the Department for Transport’s consultation on the Local Transport Bill, which covers powers for local authorities to set up local road pricing schemes. The FTA says its members want simple schemes, with no hardware costs for truckers and changes to the automatic number plate recognition system to catch foreign vehicles too. More from Geoff Dossetter on +44 (0)1 892 552 255 or MAN and Weichai talk in China The MAN Group says it will talk with China’s Weichai Holding Group about jointly making and marketing trucks, truck engines, big marine engines and parts. The two firms signed a memorandum of understanding in Beijing to cover the talks, which will build on a 20 year licence deal between them. Weichai Holding Group Co, Ltd is one of the biggest makers of diesel engines, gear boxes, commercial vehicles and big marine diesel engines in China, with sales in 2007 likely to hit €4bn. More from Paul O’Malley on +44 (0)1 263 584 199 or Van and truck registrations hold steady Figures last Friday from the Society of Motor Manufactures and Traders show van and truck registrations holding steady with a rolling year total of 380,372. “August is a low point in the registrations calendar, with figures typically at some 6% of the annual total. So far, the rolling year total for vans and trucks was only slightly down on the August 2006 total. All this is in line with our forecasts at the start of the year,” said Christopher Macgowan, SMMT chief executive. “We think September truck registrations will look lame by comparison with last year’s massively distorted results, but by contrast, sales are already running well ahead of targets and will help bring the figures back to the long-term average by the end of the year” More from Robin Dickeson +44 (0)2 073 449 222 or Ex CIA man to speak at SMMT dinner The guest speaker at this year’s Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders annual dinner is R James Woolsey. A veteran of US-Soviet Strategic Arms Reduction Talks and CIA director for Bill Clinton, Woolsey now chairs the advisory board of the Clean Fuels Foundation. He argues that development of cleaner bio-fuel and electric vehicle infrastructure is vital to cutting dependency on oil and strengthening national security. “There is already strong demand for this event,” said Graham Smith, SMMT president. “Not least because we’re hosting one of the most high profile and influential players in American policy on cleaner fuels.” More from Richard Sargood on +44 (0)2 071 018 522 or Transport News Brief Week 37, Monday 10 September 2007 Milestone for Mack’s Remack Mack Trucks Inc. says its Remack re-manufacturing outfit just delivered its 50,000th re-manufactured drive-line. The rebuilt engine, gearbox and rear axle were fitted to a truck from Williams Brothers Construction Company, Houston, Texas. Mack says the ISO 9001 registered Remack operation has been a successful part of its aftermarket business for over 30 years, tackling Mack engines, gearboxes and other parts. More from John Walsh on +1 (0)610 709 2560 or Third generation alcolock from Volvo Volvo, which says it is the first heavy truck maker to offer a factory-fitted Alcolock, now plans to offer a third generation model. The firm says this is the only system in the world type-approved for use with the transport of dangerous goods. More from Claes Claeson, on +46 (0)31 663 908 or Daf hikes Leyland truck production again As expected, Daf says it has hiked truck production rates again at its Leyland plant. The rate is now up nearly 20% to 89 trucks a day. These are a mix of two, three and four axle models ranging from 7.5 tonne rigids to 44 tonne tractors. “We’re doing this on the back of outstanding teamwork,” said Jim Sumner, production director at Leyland Trucks. “We believe we’re the most efficient truck plant in Europe, with an hours-per-truck figure that few can touch, even on a world scale.” More from Martin Hayes on +44 (0)2 074 948 050 or New boss at PalletForce PalletForce says Alan Cooke is its network solutions director. The newly created job makes him responsible for the logistics firm’s network development More from Peter Robinson +44 (0)1 283 552 553 or Vosa’s new logo Vosa says it just strengthened its logo by adding the three MoT triangles. More from Zita Easton on +44 (0)1 179 542 561 or Alcohol test your Drivers for just 15p a vehicle a day Traka says it has teamed with Alcolock GB, to use their equipment with Traka electronic key cabinets. “Now your drivers will be automatically tested before they get keys,” says the firm’s Martyn Baker. “By using one Alcolock on a cabinet containing the keys for all the vehicles in the depot, you cut the cost dramatically.” Baker says it can cost nearly £1,000 a vehicle to fit on-board alcohol test kit. His and Alcolok’s system uses Home Office approved equipment and can test every driver or run random tests. “It allows you to run a breath testing policy with minimum disruption to your staff and minimum cost. And it will show you who passed their breath test and who failed.” More from Martyn Baker on +44 (0)1 234 712 345 or New tankers for First Milk fleet Milk distributor Lloyd Fraser (Dairy Services) Limited just got 13 new, 32 tonne, 20,500 litre stainless steel milk collection trucks from GE Equipment Services, TIP Tanker Services. The firm will use the new trucks for its work with First Milk. More from Cristina Donovan on +44 (0)1 977 674 100 or DVLA told how to share data Public Servant Daily reports that the Driver and Vehicle Licensing Agency has been told how it should share data. The Information Commissioner’s Office says the the DVLA may pass on an individual’s details if there is a valid reason, like helping identify a vehicle involved in crime or to help check insurance or tax fraud. More from spends $10m on US inter-city double deckers Stagecoach Group says it just got the first of 17 new inter-city double-decker coaches. The firm says 79 seaters are the first of their type in the US and will work on its growing budget inter-city coach operation Made by the Belgium-based company Van Hool, the new wheelchair- accessible vehicles are built to US specifications and will run on Midwest routes out of Chicago, with all vehicles in service by January 2008. Stagecoach says more than 500,000 people have ridden on the service since its launch in April 2006. More from Steve Stewart +44 (0)1 738 442 111 or Delphi does $2.7bn deal with GM The Delphi Corporation says it has done a deal with General Motors Corp. GM gets $2.7bn in cash and Delphi has filed a Joint Plan of Reorganization and related Disclosure Statement with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Southern District of New York. Copies of these documents, which remain subject to approval by the Bankruptcy Court, are on The deal settles all outstanding issues between the two firms, More from Danny Rughoobeer on +44 (0)1 295 277 050 or New boss at Hellmann Logistics firm Hellmann Worldwide Logistics says it just appointed Keith Warner as operations director. More from Fiona Shackleton on +44 (0)1 484 469 601 or DHL opens distribution centre for Epson DHL Exel Supply Chain says it just opened a new, 60,000 m2 distribution centre for Epson Europe in Tilburg, the Netherlands. The firm will ship tens of thousands of printers, video projectors and cash register systems to customers in Europe, the Middle East, Africa and Russia on a daily basis. DHL handles logistics from the centre and employs up to 400 people there. The warehouse is owned by ProLogis. More from Marc Visser on + 31 (0)6 2242 1869 or 150 tonne Daf for Hunter Edinburgh crane hire firm Bernard Hunter Limited just got a 150 tonne-rated Daf XF105 6×4 Euro 5 tractor to carry the ballast plates for its 250 tonne Liebherr crane. In this role the 510 bhp truck will normally run at just under the 100 tonne mark with a Nooteboom trailer. When the need arises, it can handle other loads up to its maximum STGO Category 3 gross weight of 150 tonnes. It has a 9 tonne front axle, 26 tonne rear bogie, engine brake, ZF 16-speed gearbox and retarder and a Jost sliding fifth wheel. Lothian Daf did the deal. More from David Rowlands on +44 (0)2 074 948 050 Euro 5 tax breaks confirmed The Department for Transport has detailed tax breaks for the early uptake of Euro 5 emission standards. The aim is encourage operators to buy trucks and buses at the more environmentally-friendly Euro 5 standard before it becomes mandatory on 1 October 2009. The DfT will extend the Reduced Pollution Certificate scheme so that hauliers and bus operators first registering a Euro 5 vehicle before that date can claim a discount of up to £500 a year on Vehicle Excise Duty, if the vehicle has the full onboard diagnostic systems and torque control systems to check and control NOX emissions. More from RHA wants compensation for livestock hauliers The Road Haulage Association says it may sue someone for damages on behalf of livestock hauliers, following the Health and Safety Executive report on the cause of the latest foot and mouth outbreak. More from Kate Gibbs on +44 (0)1 932 838 917 or New tanker man at Atchison Topeka Atchison Topeka says it put Tony Davis into the newly created job of general manager of its tanker division. The firm does dry freight and specialist tanker distribution services, including temperature-sensitive deliveries in the food-manufacturing sector. More from Graham Swain on +44 (0)1 530 276 550 or Quick delivery help Schmitz win Bott deal Bott Ltd, which makes in-vehicle and workplace storage equipment just got three new curtainsider trailers from Schmitz Cargobull, largely on the back of short delivery times. The trailers have tail lifts, rear steer axles and front lift axles. Part of the German-owned Wilhelm Bott group, the firm’s UK base is in Bude, Cornwall, with vehicle-fitting centres in Leicestershire, Cumbernauld and Bude. Its trailer fleet collects parts and raw materials from Germany and delivers finished products across Europe. Schmitz says it can now build and deliver a finished trailer significantly faster than many other UK-based trailer makers. More from Andrew Morley on + 44 (0)1 207 282 882 or Mexican truck blast ‘kills dozens’ The BBC reports that a truck carrying explosives blew up after a crash in the Mexican state of Coahuila. The blast killed dozens, many thought to be onlookers at the scene of the accident. More from to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) New boss at Bayliss Dean Hulse is the new group operations director for Bayliss Logistics, responsible for warehousing and transport activity across the firm’s UK network. Bayliss specialises in grocery logistics. More from Graham Swain on +44 (0)1 530 276 550 or New bus and coach man at Alliance and Leicester Alliance & Leicester Commercial Bank says it just appointed Russell Moon as bus and coach rental manager, with responsibility for the Midlands and North of England. Moon joins the firm’s specialist Bus and Coach finance team from Salvador Caetano. More from Andrew Homer on +44 (0)1 162 003 401 or Scottish distribution firm expands Logistics firm Dalkeith Transport has opened a new 36,000 sq ft depot in Dumfries, as part of a plan to expand its business to cover the whole of Dumfries and Galloway. The firm already uses its 47 strong truck fleet to do express distribution across the county, including Dundee, Fife, Edinburgh, East Lothian, West Lothian, Mid Lothian and the Borders. The new depot complements others in Broxburn, Auchterarder, Cumbernauld and Newtongrange near Edinburgh. The firm is also part of the Palletways network. More from Peter Crow on +44 (0)1 543 440 264 or Solid success for unique Tachomaster Derek Beevor, boss of RoadTech Computers says the firm’s order book for its Tachomaster digital tachograph analysis system reads like a Who’s Who of the UK road transport and logistics business. He has over 1,200 customers and more arriving at a rate of 15 a day. “Tachomaster is unique; it is till the only true web-based service,” says Beevor. “It is the only system that will let you browse a website, download a free trial and run it for a month. Every one of our competitors wants you to e-mail them data that they then process and send back. With Tachomaster you get results instantly and from anywhere you’ve got internet access.” He says that digital tachographs offer so much data that he’s now finding people who regret rushing to buy the last of the old, analogue tachograph-equipped trucks. More from Maureen Ballance on +44 (0)1 923 460 000 or Bosch scores a first in Brazil The Bosch Group has become the first automotive supplier to start making antilock braking systems in Brazil. The company has spent some €10m on an ABS production line at its plant in Campinas, near Sao Paulo. The firm employs some 13,700 people in Brazil and generated sales of €1.1bn in 2006. More from Chris Wakley on +44 (0) 20 7494 8050 Vosa issues first Low Emissions Certificates Vosa just issued its first Low Emissions Certificate, from its Yeading test station. The LEC went to Mullany’s Coaches. Vosa started taking bookings for low-emission inspections from 20 August and can issue LECs at all its test stations. Low emissions tests can be booked via the nearest local test station or its enquiry unit at +44 (0)8 706 060 440 or at Vosa developed the LEC with Transport for London and the Department for Transport specifically for the forthcoming London Low Emission Zone. The fee for a low emissions test is £28, though it can done at the same time as an annual test for £17. More from Zita Easton on +44 (0)1 179 542 561 or Bosses move at Wallenius Wallenius Wilhelmsen Logistics says Greg Martin will be its new regional director for the Oceania region, replacing Lauritz Anderson, who moves back to Norway to run special projects for Arild Iversen, the firm’s president and chief executive. More from Per Heggenes on +44 (0)7 766 726 110 or Parks takes ten more Panthers After taking ten 12.8m Plaxton Panthers in 2006, Scotland’s premiere coach operator, Parks of Hamilton, has added ten more Plaxton Panther coaches to its fleet. The latest batch are 15m long, 65 seaters on Volvo B12BT three-axle chassis and fitted with I-Shift automated transmissions. Eight will work on Scottish Citylink contracts, and two are for the firm’s charter fleet. All are wheelchair accessible. The deal follows one for 10 Panthers last year. Parks says it is Scotland’s biggest coach operator, with a 120 strong fleet. More from Andrew Warrender on +44 (0)1 909 551 166 or August confirms 2007’s contrasting bus and coach registration trends SMMT data on bus and coach registrations show big buses down 25.3% to 2,345 units for the rolling year to August, with coaches up 1% to 1,165 for the same period and midibuses bucking the trend, up 31.9% to 3,940 for rolling year. “Despite generally good August registrations, it’s wise not to read too much into one month’s figures”, said Christopher Macgowan, SMMT chief executive. “Over recent months some trends are clear, with big bus registrations now more stable after falling over 20%. Coach registrations look good, back to a rolling year total of over 1,100 now that some of the recent distortions have cleared. Midibuses have delivered the best results, with 30% growth every 12 months over the past four years and clearly, that pace has accelerated recently.” More from Robin Dickeson +44 (0)2 073 449 222 or FTA wants better sat.nav for trucks The Freight Transport Association says most sat nav systems assume the vehicle is car and will select a route that is wrong for trucks. The FTA wants suppliers to make better satellite navigation systems for truckers and avoid sometimes leaving them stuck and unable go forward or turn around. “Truck sat-nav systems should recognise width, height and length limits, local truck bans, loading and unloading restrictions, truck route recommendations, access problems, truck parking and driver services and weighbridges”. More from Geoff Dossetter on +44 (0)1 892 552 255 or New fuel monitoring system from Cactus Liquid Management says its new fuel monitoring system uses new technology, including secure automatic vehicle recognition hardware to ‘take the driver out of the refuelling loop’. Using data from the digital tachograph, the firm says it offers operators previously unobtainable, 100% accurate fuel information. “Our systems give excellent cost control and help identify CO2 emissions for a fleet,” says the firm’s Chris Rose. More from Chris Rose on +44 (0)8 454 507 373 or First Mexican truck into the US reports that on Saturday 8 September the first Mexican based truck cleared by the Bush administration’s pilot program for Mexican trucks to carry cargo in the US crossed the border at Laredo, Texas. The truck was heading for North Carolina. All apparently went without incident, despite scattered protests from some US trucking and labour organisations. More from read more

first_imgGeoff Ho  Sunday Express business editor Geoff Ho was yesterday in intensive care, and unable to speak, after being stabbed in the throat when he tried to help a wounded bouncer. Mr Ho was filmed being led away from the scene by a policeman, on Saturday, clutching his neck, but able to to walk.The martial arts enthusiast went on to post on Facebook that he didn’t know if he had been “stupid or noble” to try and break up what he thought was a fight outside the Southwark Tavern.”Two a***s trying to do over the lone bouncer on the door isn’t happening on my watch,” he wrote. Yesterday she was recovering from emergency surgery, but her family said she is expected to recover, as the knife missed her major arteries and windpipe and sh”She can’t talk. She’s been stabbed around her neck, her throat. She’s all bandaged up.” her mother, Kim Del Toro, said yesterday.Her daughter was yesterday unable to speak but gave her mother a “thumbs up” during a Skype call, her mother said. Ms Hedge, 31, had finished a shift as a waitress at Elliot’s restaurant and was having a drink at the bar when her attacker came up behind her, grabbed her head and slashed her neck. Brett Freeman, a father of three from Dagenham, east London, is recovering after being stabbed four times in the attack.Oliver Dowling, from Christchurch, New Zealand, and his girlfriend Marie Bondeville, who were eating a meal at Lobos Meat and Tapas restaurant in Borough High Street, were among those injured in the attack.Mr Dowling, 32, is said to have had four hours of surgery for his injuries and was yesterday in an induced coma, but stable. His girlfriend was thought to be undergoing surgery yesterday.Candice Hedge, 31 from Brisbane, Australia, was yesterday recovering, although unable to speak, after being stabbed in the throat with a 12-inch knife.center_img Geoff Ho A terrorist shouted “this is for my family, this is for Islam” as he plunged a knife into a 23-year-old man, the victim’s family have said.Daniel O’ Neill was outside a bar near Borough Market when he was attacked by a man brandishing a knife, his mother Elizabeth said.  The young man remains in hospital, after being left with a seven inch scar from the brutal attack, with fears of kidney damage.Mr O’ Neill had just stepped out of a bar, and into the street, when the terrorist attacked, she said.“A man ran up to him and said ‘This is for my family, this is for Islam’ and stuck a knife straight in,” she said. “He’s got a seven inch scar going from his belly round to his back.”After heading back inside, shots were fired, with everyone told to lie down, and then to go downstairs.The young man was saved by the efforts of a friend, who put a tourniquet on him, and by police, who took him at speed to hospital, she said. He remains sick and kidney damage has not been ruled out, said Mrs O’Neill. “He still doesnt’ believe what has happened he’s in shock,” his mother said, describing the attacks as “absolutely senseless”. “These people say this is in the name of God, which is an absolute joke,” she said.“They are callous, they are barbaric, they are absolute cowards and we are going to carry on as normal,” she said.The young man is among 48 patients taken to hospital as a result of the attacks on Saturday night.Last night the death toll stood at seven, with 21 patients in a critical condition.The victims hail from all over the world. A Canadian and a French man are among those killed. The injured include those from Australia, New Zealand, Germany, and Spain as well as from Britain.An off-duty policeman who plays rugby in his spare time is in a critical condition after tackling one of the terrorists, and sustaining knife injuries. A British Transport Police officer who joined the force just two years ago was left seriously injured, though stable, after taking on a knifeman, armed only with his baton.Yesterday Theresa May paid a private visit to King’s College Hospital in south London – which has been caring for 14 patients – to meet some of the victims and staff who have been treating them. 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.last_img read more

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related“Justice served” – mother of brothers killed during robberyMay 21, 2019In “Crime”Burned alive for loveJune 9, 2016In “World”Roommate arrested in stabbing death of Guyanese in T&TFebruary 19, 2017In “Crime” A Moroccan woman has been accused of killing her lover and serving up his remains to Pakistani workers in the United Arab Emirates, prosecutors say.The woman killed her boyfriend three months ago, they say, but the crime was only recently discovered when a human tooth was found inside her blender.She confessed to police, calling it a moment of “insanity”, state-owned newspaper The National reports.The woman, who is in her 30s, will go on trial pending an investigation.She had been in a relationship with the victim for seven years. According to The National, she killed him after he told her he was planning to marry someone else from Morocco.While police did not reveal how he was killed, they said his girlfriend had served up his remains as part of a traditional rice and meat dish to some Pakistani nationals working nearby.The discovery was only made when the victim’s brother went looking for him at their home in the city of Al Ain, which sits on the border with Oman. There, he found a human tooth inside a blender, the newspaper reports.The man went on to report his brother missing to police, who carried out DNA tests on the tooth and confirmed it belonged to the victim.According to police, the woman first told the brother she had kicked the victim out of the home. But Dubai-based Gulf News said she later collapsed and admitted the killing under police questioning.She reportedly said she had enlisted the help of friend to help clear up her apartment after the killing.The accused has reportedly been sent to hospital for mental health checks. (BBC) read more

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedEPA records 35% increase in noise nuisance complaintsJuly 25, 2019In “Business”Crime Rate & a 5-point plan – Ramjattan shows up at Budget 2015August 20, 2015In “Crime”Female ranks targeted to help deal with domestic, gender violenceJune 26, 2015In “Politics” Police ranks at the Noise Management Training Course, at the Officer Training Center, Eve Leary Public Security Minister, Khemraj Ramjattan addressing police ranks at the Noise Management Training Course, at the Officer Training Center, Eve Leary Police ranks at the Noise Management Training Course, at the Officer Training Center, Eve Leary (DPI photo)Fifty Guyana Police Force ranks were encouraged to utilise the training provided by a one-day Noise Management Course, to “understand the various compartments under which certain rules and regulations apply.”The course, which is being facilitated by the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), was formally declared opened by Minister of Public Security Khemraj Ramjattan, the Department of Public Information has reported.During remarks, the minister said that the training illustrates the fact that, “a policeman is more than just a policeman”.According to DPI, Minister Ramjattan noted that as society becomes more complicated, the roles of policemen and women will expand depending on the circumstances. Training, he said, is but one step since “we want a revolution” in terms of how they perceive themselves.The minister expressed that noise pollution can lead to all sorts of social difficulties. He explained that constitutionally, citizens can “Do what you want, but do not hurt or harm others.”The minister reminded that under the Environmental Protection Act and Noise Management Regulations, persons can be prosecuted. However, he noted that given the ever-evolving nature of society, the time has come to implement more effective prosecutions, such as seizing equipment, revoking licenses, and increasing fines.“I want policemen to know … about the laws and how they should be enforced,” Minister Ramjattan said, adding that once all officers employ the increased training opportunities offered there will be law and order in the society.According to the Executive Director of the Environmental Protection Agency, Aminah McPherson-Damon the agency aims to engender a population that is environmentally conscious. McPherson-Damon, who also serves as the organisation’s Legal Corporate Secretary, highlighted that regulations prescribe penalties for those who breach them.Participants were given an overview of the EPA’s role in noise management, noise control case studies, noise regulations, effective noise management through the Noise Task Force, evidence-based enforcement of noise regulations, a field visit and practical sessions.There were 417 noise nuisance reports in 2017, and more than 300 for 2018. The course is part of the Guyana Police Force’s effort to build capacity to address evolving future challenges, DPI said. read more

TRAFFIC ADVISORY Lawrence St Sidewalk Project To Cause Road Closures

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Please be advised that the Wilmington Department of Public Works will be starting Phase 2 of the Lawrence Street Sidewalk Construction Project (Hamlin Lane to Shady Lane Drive) starting Wednesday August 1, 2018, weather permitting.The project will begin with the replacement of the drainage cross culvert between #50 and #52 Lawrence Street. During the culvert work, which is only expected to be a few days, Lawrence Street will be soft-closed at both Glen Road and Shady Lane Drive, with a hard-closure to through traffic at the culvert. Residents south of the culvert will have to use Glen Road for egress and residents north of the culvert will have to use Shady Lane Drive for egress.Please obey the directives of police details, detour signs, and warning signs during all construction operations.If you have any questions, or require additional information, please contact the Department of Public Works at 978-658-4481.(NOTE: The above traffic advisory is from the Wilmington DPW.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedTRAFFIC ADVISORY: Wilmington DPW Announces Upcoming Paving Projects For 8 StreetsIn “Government”TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Wilmington DPW Announces Paving Projects In Arlene Ave. & Burt Rd. Neighborhoods On Aug. 12-13In “Government”TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Portions Of Woburn St. & Hillside Way To Be Paved On May 7, Middlesex Ave. On May 8In “Government”last_img read more

Holistic Life Founders Explain a Breathing Exercise and Its Quirky Title

first_imgHolistic Life founders Ali Smith, Andres Gonzalez and Atman SmithTaco breath is a term you would only think of applying to someone who’s had a few too many tacos. But there’s another application. The founders of the Holistic Life Foundation, Andres Gonzalez, Ali and Atman Smith teach a breathing routine that their students call “Taco Breath.”The Holistic Life Foundation is a Baltimore-based non-profit organization through which underprivileged children and adults find peace through yoga and environmental needs. Mostly all of the yoga exercises Gonzales and the Smith brothers teach have been recycled for many years, but to be able to have teachers come and coach their students is what makes this foundation so unique.Gonzales and the Smith brothers give their students some leeway as they learn new yoga exercises. “In Yoga they call it Pranayama, but our students change the names of a lot of practices we do…so they changed it to “taco breath” because your tongue looks like a taco,” Gonzales and the Smith brothers explain.This breathing exercise is found to help release tension from your body while connecting with your center core to relieve stomach pain and arthritis, depending on how frequently you dedicate your time to this workout. “Ideally you would practice it in the morning and the evening 26 times in the morning, 26 times in the evening…but the minimum is 13 times,” they said. “It depends on your body and what you’re going through; as far as the stomach pain, you go until your stomach feels alright. As far as its effects on arthritis it depends on how severe your arthritis is and how much you practice it.”Students practice a breathing exercise that they playfully renamed “taco breath.” (Photo courtesy of also said, “It’s good for everybody. It has cool effects for the mind, it cools your body temperature, it’s good for calming, relaxing…there’s a lot of benefits for it, I mean especially if you can find someone to teach it to you anything is beneficial.”During this season, people are suffering through this frigid weather, especially on the East Coast. Many are getting sick and this breathing exercise is good for strengthening the immune system if you’re doing it before rush hour. “We’ve never seen anything with the immune system,” Gonzales and the Smith brothers explain. “Ideally when practicing breathing, you shouldn’t do it in temperature extremes…like you shouldn’t do it when it’s too cold or too hot. You should try to find a moderate temperature. Ideally you would practice either before or after rush hour so like you would get up in the morning before rush hour starts because there’s not that much pollution in the air so ideally early in the morning or late at night and during a moderate temperature. You don’t want to do it in too dry a place either.”Gonzales and the Smith brothers currently run an after school session at an elementary school. “One of the coolest things about our organization is our after school program,” Atman said. “It’s actually located in the neighborhood that Ali and I grew up in in West Baltimore…and it’s kind of like you know our training ground for future teachers and we’ve been running our after-school program for 12 years, five years at the elementary school we’re at now and we’re transforming our community through yoga, mindfulness, service and at after school programs.”Atman also said, “One of the coolest things about our yoga classes pretty much anywhere, our students are leading the practice so you’ll get taught a great class by an elementary school kid and it’ll be a great introduction into yoga.”To find out more information about the Holistic Life Foundation, go to read more

Soul of Sonoma Highlights Black Premium Wine Experience

first_imgBy Hamzat Sani, Special to the AFROSoul of Sonoma wants to raise the profile of the few Black-owned vineyards, wineries and establishments producing quality wine. Boasting “unparalleled tasting experiences at premium wineries and featured venues,” SoS has a focused approach to premium wine that serves both the taster and makers alike.While African Americans are strong consumers of wine it is hard to find Blacks represented amply in the production of premium wine. Very few Black owned vineyards exist and many that do face steep challenges, limited resources and little attention.(Courtesy Photo/@SoulofSonoma via Facebook)‘’SoS differentiates itself from the crowded field of wine tour services by offering coordinated access to premium African American wineries and tasting rooms for tastings, networking, and private events.’’Founder Patrice Davenport started her entrepreneurial journey shortly after finishing graduate school with her first business, 1865 Company, which focused on high end items and gifts associated with African American heritage and culture. The idea for Soul of Sonoma started as a part of 1865 Co.“One of our brands that we had was the Legacy Cellars Club, we were the first wine club to feature exclusively black owned premium wine brands,” she told the AFRO.Originally from the San Francisco area, Davenport used her experience and knowledge of the local wine country to build a fledgling business. The company provided tours of Black-owned vineyards in nearby Napa and Sonoma County, hence the name.  Despite their success a combination of interstate laws around shipping wine and an immature internet resulted in the business being sunsetted until the timing was right.“Fast forward to 2017 with the proliferation of African American wineries it just seemed like a really great time to bring parts of that business back under the Soul of Sonoma brand. So we are doing tours in Napa and Sonoma …we are doing tours, premium tours of kind of high end vineyards, tasting rooms that type of thing that are black owned in those areas.”Now Davenport and her team are bringing their west coast born business model east in hopes of spreading the reach and appeal of black owned vineyards and wineries throughout the country. Part of Soul of Sonoma’s offerings on the East Coast will include tours, tastings and exclusive access to Black owned wineries. SoS also is conducting research and outreach to Black owned wineries and vineyards up and down the mid-Atlantic to help African American wine consumers identify businesses to support such as Wisdom Oak Gardens in Virginia, Nyari Cellars in New York and Akwaaba Bed and Breakfast right here in D.C. where Davenport has set up East Coast operations.Soul of Sonoma also hosts exclusive events catered to high end wine connoisseurs seeking a premium Black wine experience. “We have heard from many affluent African Americans and others about their desire to support Black-owned businesses while sharing the pride of Black-ownership and cultural experiences with their peers.”One such example of the companies luxury approach to the wine experience is an exclusive event to be held at the Historic Oak Bluffs on Martha’s Vineyard. The inaugural Soul of Sonoma on the Vineyard will combine wine, food and African American history to produce a premium wine tasting experience in one of the countries most iconic communities. Set in Farm Neck Golf Club, where former U.S. presidents tee off, the culinary and wine experience will bring some off California’s award winning Black-owned vineyards to guests.Davenport hopes to soon open up a brick and mortar on the East coast to bring the experience of great wine produced by Black-owned vineyards to more people.“We do hope to have a tasting room on the East coast in the near future…to have a northern California style tasting room (here) would be amazing.”last_img read more

first_img 2 min read July 6, 2016 Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Now This story originally appeared on PCMag Google is teaching its self-driving cars to share the road with cyclists, the company said in a monthly report on its autonomous vehicle testing program.The cars’ software can recognize cyclists’ hand signals and is programmed to give bicycles a wide berth when the car is passing them, among other measures to minimize the risk of a collision. “Through observing cyclists on the roads and private test track, we’ve taught our software to recognize some common riding behaviors, helping our car better predict a cyclist’s course,” the report said.Besides recognizing hand signals and maintaining an adequate distance from a bicycle, Google’s self-driving cars can also see and avoid bikes at night, as well as steer around unpredictable cyclists who are riding against the flow of traffic.Google’s campus, where some of its self-driving car tests are performed, has long been a hub of cycling activity. The company has more than 1,000 bikes painted in its green, blue, red and yellow colors available for employees to use. The report indicates that more than 100 Google employees rode around in a circle to train the self-driving cars’ bike-recognition capabilities.”Our cars recognize cyclists as unique users of the road, and are taught to drive conservatively around them (it helps to have a number of avid cyclists on our engineering team!),” the report said.Google often uses its monthly self-driving car reports to tout its vehicles’ ability to be courteous to other road users. Its May report, for instance, explained how the cars are programmed to blow their horn in the most cordial way.Still, Google self-driving cars have had several fender benders. Two of them were involved in collisions in Austin, Texas, in June, according to the report. One was sideswiped by another vehicle and the other was rear-ended while it was stopped at a red light, though both were low-speed collisions that did not cause any injuries, the company said. Enroll Now for Free This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience.last_img read more

ProtonVPN Swissbased VPN launches

first_imgProtonVPN Swiss-based VPN launches by Martin Brinkmann on June 20, 2017 in Internet – Last Update: June 21, 2017 – 40 commentsProtonVPN, a VPN service by the makers of the privacy focused ProtonMail email service, is out of beta testing and now available to the public.The creators of the Swiss-based VPN service promise the same level of trust, transparency, and communication that has been fundamental to the success of ProtonMail.ProtonVPN ships with four subscription plans, of which the first is entirely free. It is limited in regards to speed, devices that you may run it on simultaneously, and the number of countries you can connect to. It is not limited in terms of bandwidth however.Update: ProtonVPN has been swarmed by users and demand for its product. The free version uses a waiting list now. New capacities are added according to the creators.ProtonVPN ReviewThe first paid plan, ProtonVPN Basic, is available for 4€ per month. It lets you connect to all servers, supports connections on two devices at the same time, and offers high speed.ProtonVPN has three speed tiers right now. Low for free accounts, high for basic accounts, and highest for the Plus and Visionary subscription. There is no information on what this actually mean in terms of transfer speed. The most likely explanation for that is that there is no transfer speed cap, but that the free account is limited automatically based on the number of users that connect to a server. Basic, Plus and Visionary subscribers get access to other servers, and there is likely a cap on how many can connect to these at the same time to provide good transfer speeds for all users.The two remaining plans, ProtonVPN Plus and Visionary, for €8 and €24 offer the highest speed, five or ten devices that you may connect from simultaneously, as well as extra features such as Plus servers reserved to these plans, Secure Core which adds extra protection against VPN compromise by routing through the Secure Core Network of ProtonVPN, and Tor Server support to send all traffic through Tor with a single click.The Visionary plan on top of that includes a ProtonMail email account on top of all that. Free users get an option to join a 7 day free trial of ProtonVPN Plus.Secure Core is an interesting feature, as it routes traffic through multiple servers before it leaves the ProtonVPN network. This means that anyone monitoring the exit server won’t be able to detect the IP address of ProtonVNP users, nor match browser activity to that IP address. Secure servers are located in Switzerland, Iceland and Sweden only.Secure Core protects your connection by routing your traffic through multiple servers before leaving our network. This means an advanced adversary who can monitor the network traffic at the exit server will not be able to discover the true IP address of ProtonVPN users, nor match browsing activity to that IP.ProtonVPN encrypts all traffic with AES-256, uses 2048-bit RSA key exchange, and HMAC with SHA256 for message authentication.Other security related features that are supported include Forward Secrecy, use of OpenVPN and IKEv2 protocols only, a strict no logging policy, DNS leak prevention, and Kill switch support. ProtonVPN supports P2P traffic on top of that.Forward Secrecy — ProtonVPN uses encryption cipher suites that have Perfect Forward Secrecy. New keys are generated with each connection, and it is impossible for past sessions to be decrypted if an encryption key from a subsequent session is compromised.DNS Leak Prevention — This prevents that connections to the default DNS servers of the system are made to prevent leaks.Kill Switch — This feature, disabled by default, blocks all network connections if the connection to the VPN network is lost. This is done to prevent that Internet resources are accessed using the device’s regular IP address.Tor support — Plus and Visionary subscribers may route their traffic through the Tor anonymity network on top of that.ProtonVPN comes with clients for Android and iOS, Windows, Linux and Mac. Users of the service may also configure OpenVPN by downloading OpenVPN configuration files.ProtonVPN Windows clientThe ProtonVPN Windows client installs without issues. You need to supply your account credentials to start using it. It displays the current connection status, and the available locations you can connect to.Once you have established a connection with a click on a country, or one of the available servers, you see additional information in the interface.This includes the connected server, IP address, up and download speed, server load, a world map with information on the server location, and session information.As far as options are concerned: you can enable the VPN Kill Switch in the options, change the default protocol from UDP to TCP, and configure auto connect options.Another interesting feature of the ProtonVNP client for Windows is support for profiles. You can create profiles, and use these profiles to connect to specific servers quickly. This includes, connecting to the fastest available server of a country.VerdictProtonVPN is one of the best, if not the best free VPN options right now, hands down. Since you are not limited in terms of bandwidth, you can use the free account all day and night long. That’s good enough for all web browsing and low speed activities that you can run on your system.You should not expect to get enough bandwidth out of the free plan to stream in 4K or download very large files quickly, but that is to be expected of a free service.It remains to be seen how well the network will handle the onrush of new users who will certainly flock to the service now that it is out of beta and available to the public.ProtonVPN Plus and Visionary seem pricey, especially when compared to services that charge less for a lifetime subscription than ProtonVPN does for six months. Still, the extra privacy and security options are one of the best options that you have when it comes to maximum privacy on the Internet.Now You: Have you tried ProtonVPN? What’s your take on the service?SummaryReviewerMartin BrinkmannReview Date 2017-06-20Reviewed Item ProtonVPNAuthor Rating 5 Advertisementlast_img read more

The Physics of the Invisible Box Challenge

first_imgHumans dance. It’s what they do. Everyone always wants to get some cool new dance move. First there was the electric slide. Yeah, that was cool—but then there was the moonwalk. That was really cool. And now we have the invisible box. OK, maybe it’s not exactly a dance move, but more like a trick. The basic idea of this move is to make it seem like the dancer is stepping on a block—a block that’s invisible. It’s an impressive move, but how does it work? me start with an analysis of the motion. I will use a video from twitter along with video analysis techniques. Here is a plot of the vertical position of the girl’s right foot (the one that steps on the “the box”) during this move.OK, she does a pretty nice job with that foot. Notice that it has a fairly constant vertical position while she “steps” on the invisible block. In fact, the foot is stationary for almost 0.2 seconds. That might not seem like a long time, but it’s long enough to appear awesome.Since (SPOILER ALERT) there isn’t really a box there, the girl is actually in the air for a little bit of time with only the gravitational force acting on her. This means that she could be considered a type of projectile motion with a constant vertical acceleration of -9.8 m/s2. But wait! If she is accelerating down, how does her foot stay stationary? The key here is that her center of mass accelerates down, but she can make a part of her (like her foot) stay stationary.I could probably estimate her mass distribution to calculate her center of mass in each frame—but I will instead just plot the vertical motion of a few of her body parts (feet, arms, torso). Here is the vertical position for all of these parts.From this plot, you should notice a couple of things. First, the bottom foot actually doesn’t move up or down that much compared to the rest of the body. Second, the body seems to move in manner with a more constant acceleration—like you would expect for projectile motion. Do her arms have a significant impact on the move? Maybe, it’s difficult to tell.But I’m not only here for the physics analysis. No, I’m here to help you pull this off. If you want to do this dance move, there are two things that you need to know—but remember, I’m a physicist and not a dancer. The higher you jump, the longer you can hold your foot in place. Since this jump is just like projectile motion, you want to jump as high as possible. However, the “hang time” for a jump is proportional to the square root of the height. For a half a second hang time, you would need to jump up 30 centimeters. That might not seem very high—but that is the height of your center of mass. It’s tougher than it seems.The other important thing to consider is the jumping force. In order to step on the invisible box, one of your legs doesn’t really do anything except to “not move”. This means that you have to jump over the invisible box using only one leg. That is not a very easy task. But I guess if it was easy, everyone would do it and it wouldn’t be so cool.last_img read more

Kubernetes Containerd 11 Integration is now generally available

first_imgAfter just 6 months of releasing the alpha version of Kubernetes containerd integration, the community has declared that the upgraded containerd 1.1 is now generally available. Containerd 1.1 can be used as the container runtime for production Kubernetes clusters. It works well with Kubernetes 1.10 and also supports all Kubernetes features. Let’s look at the key upgrades in the new Kubernetes Containerd 1.1 : Architecture upgrade Containerd 1.1 architecture with the CRI plugin In the current version 1.1, the cri-containerd daemon is changed to a containerd CRI plugin. This CRI plugin is made default and is built-in containerd 1.1. It interacts with containerd through direct function calls. Kubernetes can now be used by containerd directly as this new architecture makes the integration more stable and efficient, and eliminates another grpc hop in the stack. Thus, the cri-containerd daemon is no longer needed. Performance upgrades Performance optimizations have been the major focus in the Containerd 1.1. Performance was optimized in terms of pod startup latency and daemon resource usage which are discussed in detail below. Pod Startup Latency The containerd 1.1 integration has lower pod startup latency than Docker 18.03 CE integration with dockershim. Following graph is based on the results from the ‘105 pod batch startup benchmark’ (The lower, the better) Pod Startup Latency Graph CPU and Memory Usage The containerd 1.1 integration consumes less CPU and memory overall compared to Docker 18.03 CE integration with dockershim at a steady state with 105 pods. The results differ as per the number of pods running on the node. 105 is the current default for the max number of user pods per node. CPU Usage Graph Memory Usage Graph On comparing Docker 18.03 CE integration with dockershim, the containerd 1.1 integration has 30.89% lower kubelet cpu usage, 68.13% lower container runtime cpu usage, 11.30% lower kubelet resident set size (RSS) memory usage,  and 12.78% lower container runtime RSS memory usage. What would happen to Docker Engine? Switching to containerd would not mean that one will be unable to use Docker Engine. The fact is that Docker Engine is built on top of containerd. The next release of Docker Community Edition (Docker CE) will allow using containerd version 1.1. Docker engine built over Containerd Containerd is being used by both Kubelet and Docker Engine. This means users choosing the containerd integration will not only get new Kubernetes features, performance, and stability improvements, but also have the option of keeping Docker Engine around for other use cases. Read more interesting details on the Containerd 1.1 on Kubernetes official blog post. Read Next Top 7 DevOps tools in 2018 Everything you need to know about Jenkins X, the new cloud native CI/CD solution on Kubernetes What’s new in Docker Enterprise Edition 2.0?last_img read more

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Pope Francis ride in the popemobile through Central Park on Sept 25 2015 in New York City Justin Sullivan—Getty Images Pope Francis arrives in his car for a visit to Our Lady Queen of Angels School in the Harlem neighborhood of New York on Sept 25 2015 Eric Thayer—AP Security personnel watch from the back of a vehicle as Pope Francis tours Our Lady Queen of Angels School in East Harlem in New York City on Sept 25 2015 Brendan McDermid—Reuters Pope Francis and Cardinal Timothy Dolan left pray at the South Pool of the 9/11 Memorial in downtown Manhattan on Sept 25 2015 John Minchillo—AP Pope Francis is seen on a video monitor as he signs the United Nations guest book before addressing the General Assembly at United Nations headquarters in New York City on Sept 25 2015 Mary Altaffer—AP Pope Francis makes his way down 5th Avenue in New York City to St Patrick’s Cathedral in New York City on Sept 24 2015 Damon Winter—AFP/Getty Images People in the crowds outside of St Patrick’s Cathedral take pictures in New York City on Sept 24 2015 Damon Winter—The New York Times/Reuters A New York City police officer searches nuns outside St Patrick’s Cathedral prior to the arrival of Pope Francis in New York on Sept 24 2015 Damon Winter—AP/The New York Times Pope Francis reaches out to 5th grader Omodele Ojo of East New York Brooklyn as he is greeted as he arrives at John F Kennedy International Airport on Sept 24 2015 in New York Craig Ruttle—AFP/Getty Images Pope Francis waves to supporters as he arrives at John F Kennedy International Airport in New York on Sept 24 2015 Craig Ruttle—AFP/Getty Images Pope Francis waves to the crowd from the Speakers Balcony at the US Capitol in Washington on Sept 24 2015 Doug Mills—Getty Images Pope Francis pauses in front of a sculpture of Spanish-born Junipero Serra the Franciscan Friar known for starting missions in California in Statuary Hall at the US Capitol in Washington on Sept 24 2015 Michael Reynolds—Getty Images Pope Francis addresses a joint meeting of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington on Sept 24 2015 Evan Vucci—AP Pope Francis listens to applause before addressing a joint meeting of Congress on Capitol Hill in Washington on Sept 24 2015 Alessandra Tarantino—AP Pope Francis and Speaker of the House John Boehner speak in the US Capitol building as the Pope arrives to deliver his speech to a joint meeting of Congress in Washington on Sept 24 2015 Bill Clark—EPA Pope Francis performs Mass at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Vincenzo Pinto—AFP/Getty Images Pope Francis greets and blesses seminarians novices religious guests inside the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Jim Bourg—Reuters Pope Francis arrives for the canonization Mass for Junipero Serra at the Basilica of the National Shrine of the Immaculate Conception in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Rob Carr—Getty Images St Mathews Cathedral is reflected in a nearby building as onlookers wait for Pope Francis to arrive for midday prayer service at St Matthew’s Cathedral in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Jose Luis Magana—AP Pope Francis waves to the crowd from the popemobile during a parade along Constitution Avenue in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Alex Brandon—AP Pope Francis waves to the crowd from the popemobile during a parade in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Alex Brandon—AP President Barack Obama talks with Pope Francis in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Tony Gentile—AP President Barack Obama and Pope Francis walk down the Colonnade before meeting in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Andrew Harnik—AP First Lady Michelle Obama President Barack Obama and Pope Francis wave during an arrival ceremony at the White House in Washington on Sept 23 2015 Vincenzo Pinto—AFP/Getty Images Guests watch as President Barack Obama greets Pope Francis during an arrival ceremony on the 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it is a hollow right for the many who remain stuck in their assigned public school because they lack resources to choose another option that, Look,” (Trump,” (Huckabee Sanders, It’s a civil rights violation.” (Giuliani, interview with Fox News, 2018) 29. Russia was against Trump in the 2016 Election – and why not, press briefing.

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Im all over the world but were not involved in Russia. I don’t have any deals in Russia. highly rated law firm that I have nothing to do with Russia. I don’t.” Pence: “Of course not. press conference, Few people knew the young, tweet, That’s it.” (Huckabee Sanders.

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letter to Trump, on three separate occasions, It is essential that we find new leadership for the FBI that restores public trust and confidence in its vital law enforcement mission. where he said that he would do the same thing he did a year ago with Hillary Clinton, that was a tough letter, thats a conflict of interest. interview with NBC News, And he gives me a letter,” (Trump,” (Trump.

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the former National Security Advisor to President Obama,” (Trump, Trump has attempted to divert attention back to Clinton’s deleted emails and her private email server, but they arent looking at the corruption in the Hillary Clinton Campaign where she deleted 33, Instead the committee, said this in Gbongan, at the Joint Admission and Matriculation Board (JAMB) 2018 policy meeting. “Today, He said the forum was not set up as an assembly of people trying to cause disaffection or ill-will in the country. Three candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination met to debate for the third time Saturday night.

Bernie Sanders and former Maryland Gov. live from Saint Anselm College in Manchester, the Democratic debate. David Muir and Martha Raddatz. is the most important thing we do as a democracy: Choosing a president, not just those at the top. not improve it. Thank you. (APPLAUSE) Governor O’Malley? O’MALLEY: Martha.

that in the course of this presidential campaign America has again been attacked by jihadi terrorists, And that is the danger that democracies find themselves susceptible to when unscrupulous leaders try to turn us upon each other. And America’s best days are in front of us if we move forward together. SANDERS: Good evening. I’m running for president because I want a new foreign policy; one that takes on Isis, but one that does not get us involved in perpetual warfare in the quagmire of the Middle East but rather works around a major coalition of wealthy and powerful nations supporting Muslim troops on the ground. let me give you a little bit of background here. In this case, That is an egregious act. MUIR: But Senator.

MUIR: So, MUIR: Secretary Clinton, CLINTON: I very much appreciate that comment, you know, Because I don’t think the American people are all that interested in this. look, We need to address our security issues,com and help my campaign move our country forward. Right? when we have massive income and wealth inequality.

let’s move on right to some of those issues. as we all know in this country. President Obama has acknowledged that what we saw in San Bernardino was an act of terrorism. So as we approach another holiday, CLINTON: Secondly, Under each of those three parts of my plan, in the first, Not only in theater, I think it’s a two-pronged issue. Well.

CLINTON: Yes, That’s the right of people. (APPLAUSE) I think — I’m not going to say that everybody is in agreement. O’MALLEY: Martha, David. what we need on this issue is not more polls. Martha, it would prevent people like the guy that just got charged yesterday perhaps from being able to buy combat assault weapons. only developed nation on the planet… RADDATZ: But, The ones that are already here?

We overcame all of the crowds that were coming down there. Martin. (LAUGHTER) SANDERS: All right. I don’t think it’s a great idea that we sell automatic weapons in this country that are used by the military to kill people very rapidly. So please, in voting to ban assault weapons, CLINTON: I do and this is an important issue and I know we’ll get to a lot of other critical ones as well. I just wish he wouldn’t misrepresent mine. I have been against assault weapons. that you would join the Democrats who are trying to close the Charleston loophole.

It’s no longer enough just to say the vast majority of Americans want common sense gun safety measures including gun owners. We’re going to move on from guns here and go back to something you mentioned a short time ago. You’ve weighed in on the proposed ban. Making sure that Muslim Americans don’t feel left out or marginalized at the very moment when we need their help. One of the best things that was done, but they didn’t report it because they were afraid to profile. What are you going to do for my kids? And somebody like a Trump comes along and says, understand: He thinks a low minimum wage in America is a good idea. He thinks low wages are a good idea.

RADDATZ: You’ll be happy. but Apple CEO Tim Cook said removing encryption tools from our products altogether would only hurt law-abiding citizens who rely on us to protect their data. blind after. where do you draw the line between national security and personal security? That’s not some sort of passe you know, where we are right here tonight, CLINTON: I don’t think a halt is necessary. I would prioritize them. we’re going to move on. All right.

Can you then explain you why don’t support sending U. and I believe this is terribly important, including Russia, they, CLINTON: No. because of the failures in the region, there has been a resurgence of Sunni activities, They’ve advertised that. And so that is part of the reason why this is so difficult. I want — I want to follow up on that.

which were very successful, in going after Al Qaida in Iraq, RADDATZ: Governor O’Malley. I mean, we’ve seen time and time again, especially in this very troubled region of nation-state failures, And I do believe, They have now created a safe haven in the vacuum that we allowed to be partly and because of our blunders, we need to come up with new alliances and new ways to prepare for these new sorts of threats, Al Qaida doesn’t have aircraft.

now I think we can have those conversations. because I think there… (CROSSTALK) SANDERS: I have a difference of opinion with Secretary Clinton on this. We both listened to the information from Bush and Cheney. So I think, you’ve got to think about what happens the day after. And in my view, MUIR: Yeah, SANDERS: I was not the secretary of state… MUIR: Senator Sanders, because there does appear to be some daylight here between the policies, we should put that aside for now and go after ISIS.

diplomatic channel that is ongoing. their proxy in Lebanon, of course Assad is a terrible dictator. It is ISIS. And work on a timetable to get rid of Assad, and we need to restrain ourselves. saying — as if it’s our job to say, as Secretary Clinton indicated, But we shouldn’t be the ones declaring that Assad must go. about 250.

which is a danger to us as well as the region… SANDERS (?): Secretary… CLINTON: And we finally have a U. SANDERS: Can I just say this… CLINTON: And we have to lead, Go ahead. ISIS, Which candidates will make the best case for the middle class, continues right after this on ABC. (COMMERCIAL BREAK) MUIR: Welcome back tonight. We’ve already had a spirited conversation here at the top of the broadcast about ISIS, wages and raises in this country.

And we believe Secretary Clinton will be coming around the corner any minute. In 1995, 20 years, Absolutely. they’re working longer hours for lower wages deeply worried about their kids. So what do we do? our roads our bridges, that CEO pay in that same time frame has gone up 200 percent. I’ve been talking to a lot of these families, and this is such an outrage.

Of course we have to raise the minimum wage. I also am very committed to getting the price of drugs down. And there’s a lot. MUIR: And we’re going to talk about college education in a moment. But Secretary Clinton, eight years later, I want the Buffett Rule to be in effect, So if — if people who are in the private sector know what I stand for, the greed of Wall Street is destroying this economy and is destroying the lives of millions of Americans. you didn’t really tell us specifically how much people will be expected to pay… SANDERS: But they will not be paying.

Neil? Senator Sanders, Neil, cannot go to college because they cannot afford — their families cannot afford to send them. My proposal is to put a speculation tax on wall street, but also substantially lower interest rates on student debt. how do you propose — Governor O’Malley, As a governor we actually made the greater investments so that we could go four years in a row without a penny’s increase to college tuition. My oldest daughter’s a teacher. Man (ph).

Because I think everybody has to have some skin in this game, the federal government will match money that the states begin to put back in to the higher education system. working families, So I have proposed debt free tuition, Free college, SANDERS: May I respond to the critique on the … MCELVEEN: Back to you David. CLINTON: And my analysis is, CLINTON: … saying, let me ask you about your tax plan because from the crushing cost of college education, CLINTON: That is a pledge that I’m making.

What the legislation is is $1. you can say that’s a tax on the middle class. Secretary Clinton, SANDERS: David, CLINTON: I have a way to pay for it that actually makes the wealthiest pay for it… SANDERS: Then (inaudible)… CLINTON: … not everybody else. I want to bring in Governor O’Malley on this. I think we should actually expand Social Security and increase average monthly benefits. feel that they’re entitled to pay lower income tax rates and a far lower preferred income tax rate when it comes to capital gains. And Secretary Clinton, police holding back because they’re afraid of backlash.

MUIR: In fact, CLINTON: Well, our city by that year had become the most addicted, and abandoned in America. But we came together. I brought people together over some very deep racial divides. So it is possible actually, increasing drug treatment, In fact, brutality.

There’s so much work that can be done, Today in America we have more people in jail than any other country on earth, So that it will not be a federal crime. We need to make police departments look like the communities they serve in terms of diversity. We need, (APPLAUSE) MUIR: Senator, thank you. QUESTION: New Hampshire has been hard hit by the heroin epidemic, and then going to heroin. they should not have to wait three.

So those are some of the areas that I think we’ve got to move on. O’MALLEY: Drugs have taken far too many of our citizens. It’s a huge public health challenge. every single year, and we were saving lives every single year doing the things that work, understanding the continuum of care that’s required until we got hit like every other state in the state — in the United States, we need better — we need to rein in the over- prescribing, How would we act? It’s one of 15 strategic goals I’ve set out to make our country a better place by cutting these sort of deaths in half in the next five years. first.

and eventually, in part because of the very effective outreach and propagandizing that ISIS and other terrorist groups do. this is not easy work. We did as much as we could because the Libyans themselves had very strong feelings about what they wished to accept. and we also went after a lot of the shoulder-fired missiles to round them up. then to try to send trainers, offered, RADDATZ: But were mistakes made? What we could have done if they had said yes would have been a lot more than what we were able to have done. SANDERS: But what… RADDATZ: Senator Sanders.

SANDERS: Look, But where we have a disagreement is that I think if you look at the history of regime changes, you go back to overthrowing Saddam Hussein in Iraq, O’MALLEY: Martha — I would just repeat that — CLINTON: Well, Security Council vote. We got a U. without the support that was needed to that. They go back and forth between Syria and this region. Thank you. So whoever is part of the family of a president has an extraordinary privilege of not only having a front row seat on history but making her or maybe his contribution.

she would. I thank you very much for that. And she turned around many lives. She has devoted her life, So I think, I think we need a forceful advocate for the children, here tonight. And the question for you is, We’ll be back with much more from New Hampshire. Because I think frankly.

that which we have always proven, by investing in the skills and the talents of our people with debt-free college, and we can do it again. I have put forward a plan that does this, that moves us to 100 percent clean electric grid by 2050. I will spend even more time thinking about the futures of all the kids and the grandchildren in this country because I want to make sure every single child has a chance to live up to his or her God-given potential. she said. The second set of voices points to a culture of male dominance one that all too often leaves young victims of sexual assault without recourse to justice (especially on campuses where certain members of the student body, aren’t held accountable for their crimes),” the ex-boyfriend who.

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