MONTREAL — A Quebec municipal councillor who was already under fire for denying the existence of Islamophobia is drawing new scrutiny for recent comments questioning whether the Earth is round.Nathalie Lemieux of Gatineau, Que. created a controversy last week after she told a reporter the word “Islamophobia” doesn’t exist for her.She was stripped of her title as deputy mayor but will be staying on as councillor of Quebec’s fourth largest city.Le Droit newspaper reports that in an online comment two weeks ago, Lemieux suggested there is a conspiracy to eliminate evidence that the Earth is flat. She asked who decided the Earth was round and why should that be believed.An aide confirmed Tuesday that Lemieux made the comments.The councillor first entered the spotlight last week when she told Le Droit that Islamophobia is a problem invented by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau.She applauded Quebec Premier Francois Legault for his statement that there is no Islamophobia in Quebec. After Muslim groups denounced Legault’s comments, the premier’s office clarified to say Islamophobia exists but there is no culture or current of it in Quebec.The Canadian Press
October 14, 2019
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September 28, 2019
CURRENT RANKINGCAREER AT MAJORS PLAYERSTARTENDLENGTH (MAJORS)WON A MAJOR? Paul Azinger1990 British1990 PGA2✓ Based on how many career “major shares” a player had going into each major tournament since 1979. To be in the running, a player had to make the cut in at least half of the previous eight majors.Sources: ESPN, Yahoo Sports A chronology of the “Best Player To Never Win A Major” Nick Price1988 PGA1990 Masters6✓ Loren Roberts2004 U.S. Open2004 PGA3 Westwood, at age 44, is perhaps the most decorated English golfer in recent history — he’s racked up 23 European Tour victories and seven Ryder Cup victories and even snapped Tiger Woods’s 281-week stranglehold on the No. 1 ranking in 2010. But the majors have been painful. He’s finished in the top 10 on 18 different occasions and been runner-up three times. This has earned him close to $9 million in prize money in the majors alone, but an empty trophy case.Now on the unfamiliar grounds of Erin Hills (a Wisconsin course that’s never hosted a major before), Westwood can only hope his reign as BPTNWAM is short. He’s off to a good start, finishing Thursday 3 strokes under par — but the first three rounds are generally not the problem for the Englishman. Going into this week, Westwood’s average score in rounds 1 through 3 at the majors has been 72.0, but on Sunday, that number rises to 72.6, according to the statistical site Golfstats.The bookmakers don’t like his chances this weekend, either. Before the tournament, his odds of winning were 65-to-1, according to VegasInsider.com. Maybe they’ve been scoping out the success rate for past BPTNWAMs: Even including Garcia’s victory in April, the title-holder won just four times in 149 tries (2.7 percent) going back to the 1980 Masters. That’s a big reason why the average BPTNWAM hung onto the designation for 11.5 tournaments (nearly three years’ worth of majors) over the same time period.Westwood is also nearly outside the career phase where any golfers have ever won a major. So most likely, his BPTNWAM reign will end when he stops playing majors regularly, rather than with a championship victory. But golf has also given us a few stellar moments by players older than Westwood, including Jack Nicklaus’s Masters win at age 46 and, more recently, Tom Watson forcing a playoff in the British Open at age 59. Perhaps it won’t happen this week, but Westwood might just have enough left in the tank to shed his newfound, inglorious title in a grand way. Crenshaw would plug away for the next 18 major tournaments before finally shedding the label with a win at the 1984 Masters. (A player can leave the BPTNWAM list three ways: Winning a major; falling behind another player’s major shares; or not playing enough to qualify for the list anymore.) Among all the title-holders since 1979, Crenshaw’s streak was the third-longest — though it paled in comparison with the streak that Garcia just ended.Garcia was the modern king of the BPTNWAMs. Before his win at the Masters, he had gone 35 consecutive majors (back to the 2008 British Open) as the BPTNWAM, and before that, he’d traded the title back and forth with Chris DiMarco a few times. His 37 total tournaments as BPTNWAM are the most of any player since 1979 (eight more than No. 2 Colin Montgomerie).Now the honor falls to Westwood, whose 0.86 career major shares leads all major-less players in the U.S. Open field: Sergio Garcia2005 Masters2005 Masters1✓ Marc Leishman2735130.20 Chris DiMarco2006 PGA2006 PGA1 John Cook1994 U.S. Open1995 PGA7 Sergio Garcia2007 Masters2007 Masters1✓ Andy Bean1986 PGA1988 British8 Gil Morgan1991 PGA1994 Masters10 Sergio Garcia2008 British2017 Masters35✓ Colin Montgomerie2005 British2006 British5 Rickie Fowler169220.42 Phil Mickelson2002 Masters2004 Masters9✓ Peter Oosterhuis1984 U.S. Open1984 PGA3 Chris DiMarco2005 U.S. Open2005 U.S. Open1 Lee Westwood2017 U.S. Open—— Scott Piercy1286280.09 Greg Norman1985 Masters1986 British7✓ Matt Kuchar2815290.20 * Official World Golf RankingSources: ESPN, Yahoo Sports, Golfweek PLAYERGOLFWEEKOWGR*CUTS MADEMAJOR SHARES Steve Stricker1385540.47 Andy Bean1990 U.S. Open1990 U.S. Open1 J.B. Holmes9152150.10 Branden Grace4429140.26 Colin Montgomerie1996 Masters2001 PGA24 The 12-foot birdie putt Sergio Garcia sank to win the Masters in April had bigger consequences than ensuring him a garish new jacket. It also meant somebody else would have to take on the title of “Best Player To Never Win A Major,” a crown that Garcia had worn for nearly a decade. And according to our calculations, that player should be England’s Lee Westwood, who shot 69 in the first round of the U.S. Open on Thursday.No pressure, Westy.The golf world usually hands out the dreaded “BPTNWAM” designation by reputation and consensus, but we wanted to take a crack at it using a formula. In the past, we’ve judged the quality of a player’s performance in majors — win or lose — using “major shares,” which estimate how many majors a player would be expected to win given his scoring relative to the field average in past majors. (Fractional “shares” of wins accumulate over time for good players; also-rans garner scores at or near zero.) So for our purposes here, I’m considering the BPTNWAM to be the player who, at the time of each major, had the most career major shares without an actual major victory.1I also added the qualification that a player must have made the cut in at least half of the previous two years’ worth of majors, to make sure that he was still playing at a high level at the time of the tournament in question.According to those rules, here’s a chronology of the BPTNWAM since the great Ben Crenshaw took over the title in August of 1979: Andres Romero609798120.13 Nick Price1991 Masters1991 British3✓ Chris DiMarco2007 U.S. Open2008 U.S. Open5 Who’s the new “Best Player To Never Win A Major”? Ben Crenshaw1979 PGA1984 Masters18✓ Brandt Snedeker3138260.13 Lee Westwood5254580.86
September 25, 2019
“And although around 75% of the global population of Manx shearwaters breed on UK islands there were only 297 pairs on Lundy in 2001, way short of its potential considering its size and available habitat.” The UK is home to an estimated eight million breeding seabirds, with up to half of the EU populations of seabirds breeding here. View latest offers from National Trust Helen Booker, senior conservation officer for RSPB in South West of England, said: “This study clearly shows how quickly and positively seabirds respond to the removal of non-native predators.”Of course, we had anticipated major population increases when the project was launched, but the scale of this recovery has far exceeded our expectations.”Lundy warden Dean Jones added: “It is exciting to see this level of recovery in Manx shearwaters, one of our most important seabirds.”In spring the island comes alive at night with the sound of these amazing birds. The increases in puffins, guillemots and razorbills is also very encouraging for the future of seabirds on Lundy and we are maintaining our vigilance to ensure rats cannot return to the island.”This initiative was part of the Biosecurity for LIFE project, which aims to raise awareness of the risk to seabirds such as puffins, Manx shearwater and European storm-petrel from predators such as rats, stoats and mink.Measures include encouraging boat owners to check their boats, cargo and baggage, and for day trippers to check their bags and keep any foodstuffs in animal proof containers. Seabirds are thriving on an island in the Bristol Channel because of a 15-year project which eradicated rats from the island.Puffins, Manx shearwater and guillemots are all seeing their populations dramatically increase because of the project by the RSPB, Natural England and the National Trust.The RSPB said the population of seabirds on Lundy has tripled to 21,000 birds, with the Manx shearwater population growing from 297 pairs to 5,504 and puffins increasing from just 13 birds to 375.The project, which was launched in 2002 by Natural England, the Landmark Trust, the National Trust and RSPB, aimed to eradicate the rats because they posed the biggest threat to the survival of the birds.After four years, Lundy was declared rat free and the seabird populations have since been steadily rising.Rodents are not native to the island; they were accidentally brought over on boats. The RSPB has said this is a problem they have to tackle on many of the islands they oversee.Rats predate the eggs and young of seabirds, especially ground-nesting animals like puffins, as their nests are easy to plunder.Rosie Hails, director of science and nature at the National Trust, said: “We were really concerned as previous records showed that puffin numbers on Lundy had plummeted from over 3,500 pairs in 1939 to fewer than 10 pairs in 2000. 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. Guillemots on the water off Lundy island in the Bristol ChannelCredit:Ben Birchall/PA Wire
September 21, 2019
Sony released its latest e-reader a few months back – the PRS-650BC (black) – which featured a 6-inch screen with an E Ink Pearl display that is also found in the latest version of the Kindle with a 600×800 resolution.Whilst it offered some respectable competition to Amazon’s creation, the above model had one major drawback and this was with the lack of wireless technology.Without Wi-Fi or 3G in place you had to upload content via good old fashioned USB. However, at the time Sony were also deep into developing an iPhone and Android e-reader App, which will please fans as they won’t have such limitations anymore.The app features include:Get bestsellers and new releases from the Reader Store.Access books purchased at the Reader Store on your Reader, PC, iPhone or Android phone.Make bookmarks, notes and highlights, and adjust font size as you read.Whilst there is no official launch date as of yet, it should be available sometime in December. But there is stiff competition with Amazon and Barnes & Noble already having apps on the platform(s), and the Samsung Galaxy Tab comes pre-loaded with Kobo out the box, so Sony has some catching up to do if they want to get ahead of the game. There is no news if Sony will release the Reader app for the iPad, but it makes sense that they will.Read more at Cnet
September 11, 2019
WILMINGTON, MA — Wilmington Youth Soccer will hold its 7th Annual Field Day and 3v3 Tournament on Sunday, September 9, 2018 (rain date September 16th) from 10am to 4pm at the Shawsheen School fields.As part of Field Day, Wilmington Youth Soccer will be holding its Annual 3v3 Soccer Tournament. All athletes from Grades 1-8 are welcome; players do not have to be enrolled in Wilmington Youth Soccer to participate. Teams can include 3 to 6 players with a registration fee of $100 per team – which includes Field Day entry for all players and coaches. All players will receive a tournament patch. For more information or to register, visit http://wilmingtonyouthsoccer.org.Proceeds will benefit the Wilmington Youth Soccer Association.(NOTE: The above information is from the Wilmington Youth Soccer.)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 email@example.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedCOMING SOON: Wilmington Youth Soccer’s Field Day & 3v3 Tournament Set For September 15In “Community”Wilmington Youth Soccer Announces Field Day & 3v3 Tournament For September 15In “Sports”Wilmington Youth Soccer Announces Field Day & 3v3 Tournament For September 10In “Sports”
September 3, 2019
map of khulnaOver 50 members of six forest robber gangs including their chiefs along with their arms and ammunition will surrender to home minister Asaduzzaman Khan at Rapid Action Battalion-6 office in Labanchhora of Khulna district on Wednesday, reports UNB.The members of Rajon Bahini alias Dada Bhai, Amir Ali Bahini, Hannan Bahini, Munna Bahini, Choto Samsu Bahini and Surya Bahini will surrender to the home minister in the morning.Khandaker Rafiqul Islam, commanding officer of Rab-6, said the robbers’ gangs with a number of firearms and several hundred of bullets will surrender on Wednesday.Some 58 forest robbers will be provided with proper assistance for their rehabilitationEarlier, On 1 April, twenty seven members of three forest robber gangs surrendered to the home minister along with their arms and ammunition at Swadhinata Uddyan in the district town.
September 3, 2019
A resident of Jurain, Dhaka showed the sample of WASA water to its director AKM Shahid Uddin and a debate ensued following this at the WASA office at Karwan Bazar in Dhaka on 23 April 2019. Photo: Dipu MalakarThe water supplied by the Dhaka Water Supply and Sewerage Authority (WASA) is drinkable, but it can get dirty due to problems in the pipeline, its director (technical) AKM Shahid Uddin said on Tuesday.Speaking to the media, Shahid Uddin also urged the clients to inform WASA if they face any problems.Five people, from the city’s Jurain and East Rampura areas, as part of a demonstration, went to the WASA office on the day to make its managing director drink ‘sherbet’ made with WASA water.The programme was chalked out after the MD, Taskim A Khan, had remarked that WASA water was 100 per cent drinkable.AKM Shahid Uddin talked to the agitating WASA customers on behalf of the MD. When asked who was responsible to take care of the pipelines, Shahid said, they were not always informed of the problems.He promised to take measures to solve the problem.Residents from different areas of Dhaka take position in front of the WASA Bhaban at Karwan Bazar in Dhaka on 23 April 2019 to show the water samples of WASA to its managing director. Photo: Dipu MalakarOn 17 April, Transparency International Bangladesh (TIB) in a report said 91 per cent clients boil WASA water before drinking. It said natural gas worth at least Tk 3.32 billion is burnt every year for boiling the water. Rejecting the study, the WASA MD later said the water was 100 per cent drinkable.The remark infuriated WASA customers from several areas of Dhaka.The protesters waited for two hours in front of the WASA Bhaban with WASA water, lemon and sugar. Police and Ansar members had to be deployed in front of the WASA office to avoid any untoward situation.The MD must apologise and step down, said Mizanur Rahman, one of the protesters. He also demanded the utility bill they had paid be returned.
September 3, 2019
Mofazzal Hossain. Photo: Prothom AloThe rail communications with Sylhet that remained suspended following a train crash will resume by this (Monday) evening, said railways secretary Mofazzal Hossain, reports UNB.Six coaches of Dhaka-bound ‘Upaban Express’ from Sylhet veered off the tracks on Sunday night after a culvert over the Barochhara Canal broke down, leaving four people dead and many more injured.The accident disrupted Sylhet’s rail communications with other parts of the country, including the capital.Mofazzal told UNB that a probe body with chief mechanical engineer (Railways East Zone) was formed to investigate the incident.
September 1, 2019
By Micha Green, AFRO Washington, D.C. Editor, firstname.lastname@example.orgSeptember 11, 2001- the day of the deadliest attack in U.S. history- left nearly 3,000 people dead and more than 6,000 others injured. 19 terrorists hijacked four planes resulting in the fall of the North and South Towers of the World Trade Center, major damage to the Pentagon and a crash-landing in Pennsylvania. Six of the 2,996 lives lost were part of the District of Columbia Public Schools (DCPS) family, and on the 17th anniversary of their deaths, the school system honored them with social media tributes.11-year-olds Bernard Brown, Asia Cottom and Rodney Dickens and DCPS teachers Sarah Clark, James Debeuneure and Hilda Taylor were aboard American Airlines Flight 77 to Los Angeles when five hijackers flew into the Pentagon at 9:37 a.m.DCPS posted this picture on their Facebook remembering the local teachers and students who died on 9/11. (Courtesy photo)“Less than 35 minutes into their trip,” according to the DCPS Facebook account.The students and teachers were flying to California to participate in a trip to study ecology alongside National Geographic Society researchers.The DCPS tribute shared a few facts and anecdotes about each member of their family lost in Flight 77 into the Pentagon.Asia Cottom was a new student at Bertie Backus Middle School in Northeast, D.C., now the site for University of the District of Columbia Community College. Cottom’s father served as a coach and classroom aide at Backus. “Teachers remembered Asia as kindhearted and eager to help her classmates,” DCPS wrote.“Bernard was the type of student who kept teachers on their toes at Leckie Elementary School,” DCPS wrote about 11-year-old Brown. “Bernard’s teachers agreed that he was showing real progress, and that was one of the reasons why he was recommended to participate in the trip.” He enjoyed playing basketball and aspired to be a professional player one day.Rodney Dickens, was an honor role student at Ketchum Elementary School. He was a big brother and his mom had hoped he could be “a role model for his two younger brothers, as his two older sisters had been for him,” according to DCPS. An avid professional wrestling fan, “no matter what he was doing, ‘…he made it home to see wrestling,” his aunt told DCPS.Teacher and mother of two, Sarah Clark, had worked with DCPS since 1965. At the time of her death she was a 6th grade teacher at Bertie Backus Middle School. “She was engaged to be married,” DCPS wrote.James Debeuneure, who was teaching as a second career, worked at Ketcham Elementary School. “He was known for arriving early and leaving late,” DCPS wrote about the father of three.Hilda Taylor immigrated to the United States from Sierra Leone in order to create. “Taylor was a teacher at Leckie Elementary School, teaching 6th grade,” DCPS wrote.
September 1, 2019
By Sean Yoes, AFRO Baltimore Editor, email@example.comA Quinnipiac poll this week concluded a majority (51 percent) of Americans believe Donald Trump is a racist, with 80 percent of Blacks who were polled convinced he is racist. And this week the 45th President of the United States seemed to escalate his White supremacist tirade against a United States Congressman and the systematic dehumanization of a great American city.“Those people are living in hell in Baltimore,” Trump said on July 30 from the White House lawn. “They’re largely African-American…and they really appreciate what I’m doing and they let me know it,” Trump continued, apparently adding to the list of more than 11,000 lies Trump has spewed since his occupying the Oval Office.“…if racist Elijah Cummings would focus more of his energy on helping the good people of his district, and Baltimore itself, perhaps progress could be made in fixing the mess,” Trump stated via Twitter July 29.Over the weekend Trump, seemingly motivated by a nakedly racist and political agenda and perhaps even darker instincts only a demented psyche could conjure, attacked Maryland Rep. Elijah Cummings via Twitter in a series of posts on July 27, the district and city he represents. And the 45th president continued his somewhat unhinged tirade today (July 28) and added the Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi, a Baltimore native to the fray.“Someone please explain to Nancy Pelosi, who was recently called racist by those in her own party, that there is nothing wrong with bringing out the very obvious fact that Congressman Elijah Cummings has done a very poor job for his district and the City of Baltimore,” posted Trump via Twitter.Sean Yoes (Courtesy Photo)On July 27, Trump had referred to Baltimore as “a disgusting, rat and rodent infested mess” and argued, “no human would want to live there.”The reaction against Trump by Baltimore residents, the city’s leaders and people across the nation siding with the city has been fast and furious.“It’s completely unacceptable for the political leader of our country to denigrate a vibrant American city like Baltimore, and to viciously attack U.S. Representative Elijah Cummings a patriot and a hero,” stated Baltimore Mayor Bernard “Jack” Young. “Mr. Trump’s rhetoric is hurtful and dangerous to the people he’s sworn to represent. As the Mayor of Baltimore, I won’t stand for anyone, not even the alleged Leader of the Free World attacking our great City or our representative to congress.”Bishop Talbert Swan, is an American prelate of the Church of God in Christ, serving as the Bishop of the Nova Scotia Ecclesiastical Jurisdiction, in Canada, took aim at Trump via Twitter. He responded to today’s Twitter attack by Trump on Pelosi and Cummings with the following:“HAPPY SUNDAY RAPIST! Today is a good day to go to church and repent for being lying, lowlife, obtuse, racist, p*ssy grabbing, sexual predator.”The Baltimore Sun also offered a blistering op-ed in defense of Baltimore with a concise and cogent headline, “Better to Have a Few Rats Than to Be One.”The AFRO will continue to report on Trump’s racist attacks on Baltimore and its citizens this week in the newspaper and on-line.
August 30, 2019
Global Entrepreneurship Week kicks off, Dabble offers lessons in landing a startup job, SCORE presents its practical guide to starting a nonprofit, the Guardian hosts the Activate conference in New York, Startup Weekend lets entrepreneurs loose with 3D printers and LASER cutters… This week’s notable news and startup events for entrepreneurs:1. It’s Global Entrepreneurship Week: Global Entrepreneurship Week is an international initiative that inspires people to realize their startup dreams. Check out activities and workshops through universities, bootcamps and community events near you. (World wide, Nov. 18 – 25)2. Want to land a job at a startup? Not everyone wants to create her own startup, and landing a job at a one can be difficult. Check out this job-search class at Dabble, where you’ll learn the in’s and out’s of marketing yourself as a desirable candidate for your dream job at a startup. (Denver, Nov. 18)3. A practical guide for starting nonprofits: Join SCORE New York City for this practical workshop that lays out the rules, regulations, challenges and strategies for building a nonprofit business. (New York City, Nov. 19)4. Get activated: The Guardian is hosting an event called Activate, which connects innovators and entrepreneurs who are using the internet to change the world, with professionals across all sectors. Get exposure at the Tech Talent Day pitch sessions, and hear informative speeches from top tier employees at companies like The New York Times, Save the Children, Amazon.com, Tumblr and more. (New York, Nov. 19 – 20)5. Amp up your spiritual fitness: Most people workout their bodies, but getting a workout routine for your mind is just as important. Learn the 15-concepts of a Spiritual Workout at the Impact HUB, from Steve Morrison, former psychotherapist turned solo-preneur. (San Francisco, Nov. 20)6. Engage with social marketing: At the Engage NYC event, attendees can expect the latest insights and best practices from world leaders in social marketing. Gain perspective on the future of the industry from analysts and content managers from notable brands like American Airlines and Intel. (New York, Nov. 21)7. Startup Weekend employs 3D printers: Startup Weekend is hosting a special Maker Edition in Toronto. Participants go through the standard 54-hour startup competition with one caveat, teams will get an opportunity to use the latest in 3D printing and LASER cutting technology to create a rapid prototype. (Toronto, Nov. 22)8. Next-gen cars in focus: Hydrogen fuel cell vehicles are expected to take center stage at this week’s Los Angeles Auto Show. Honda, which recently released initial sketches of its next-generation fuel cell car, plans to launch the vehicle in the U.S. in 2015. Other makers are also expected to join the fray, as more hydrogen fueling stations come on line. (L.A., Nov. 22 – Dec. 1) Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box. November 18, 2013 3 min read Register Now » Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global
August 19, 2019
Tolls between Costa Rica’s capital and the Pacific province of Puntarenas via highway Route 27 will cost motorists ₡10-70 less at each booth beginning Wednesday.Highway administrator Globalvia announced the new toll prices, which are evaluated every three months based on the exchange rate of the U.S. dollar. The last price change on July 1 meant a ₡10-80 increase for motorists.With the new prices, traveling the full 77-kilometers between the two provinces in a car will decrease from ₡2,030 to ₡1,990 ($3.81-$3.73).Semi-trailers with five or more axles will see the biggest drop as the costs will decrease from ₡12,830- ₡12,500 ($24.07-23.45) for the full trip.Route 27, opened in 2010, is one of the main highways connecting the Central Valley with the Pacific coastal region. On average some 16,000 motorists use it every day, according Globalvia.Toll prices as of Oct. 1: (Data by Globalvia/The Tico Times) Facebook Comments Related posts:Travel Alert: Landslide closes Route 27, a major highway to Costa Rica’s Pacific coast Travel Alert: Costa Rica’s Caldera Highway reopens Costa Rica’s popular Highway 27 to Pacific at risk from rains Art City Tour to celebrate half-decade of GAM Cultural
August 18, 2019
Venezuela’s President, Hugo Chavez, went even further, claiming without presenting any evidence that Lugo’s ouster was a “decision of the Pentagon.”Others disagree that Washington could have made a difference.Conspiracy theories abound in Latin America, but there’s probably nothing the U.S. could have done last month to save him, said former U.S. diplomat Arturo Valenzuela. He said Lugo’s failure to cultivate political alliances made him vulnerable to impeachment throughout his presidency.That doesn’t mean the U.S. government shouldn’t seek to influence another country’s internal affairs when it can encourage a positive outcome, Valenzuela added. He described a previous episode when he personally defended Lugo and said it was “one of the most difficult tasks I had” as the Obama administration’s top diplomat in Latin America.“I actually spent hours, two years ago, with the leadership of the Colorado Party, primarily from Congress, trying to persuade them that it was not a good idea for them to impeach the president. And in that particular time, in fact, that did not happen,” Valenzuela said Friday at the Inter-American Dialogue in Washington. What both sides asked for during these critical hours, and what they were told in response, remains secret. Thessin told The Associated Press that he wouldn’t comment before the report by an Organization of American States’ fact-finding mission is released Tuesday.Publicly, the U.S. State Department remained studiously neutral as Lugo’s ouster convulsed his capital and Paraguay’s neighbors sought to apply maximum pressure on their poor, landlocked neighbor to abort what they now call an “institutional coup.”Should the U.S. have done more to defend Lugo, despite the fact that he had lost the confidence of all but a handful of lawmakers in a country where the constitution enables any leader to be removed from office for mere “poor performance” with a two-thirds vote of the Congress?A chorus of voices around the region _ mostly leftists _ is saying yes, and some squarely blame Washington for Lugo’s downfall.“The coup in Paraguay was being prepared for a long time and is part of a continental policy imposed by the United States against democratic governments, with the complicity of the economic and political powers,” declared Adolfo Perez Esquivel, the Argentine Nobel Peace Prize laureate. He urged the entire region to defend democracy by calling for the restoration of Lugo’s presidency. This time, though, there was an overwhelming feeling among Paraguay’s lawmakers that the time had come to end Lugo’s enigmatic rule. The lower house voted 76-1 to put him on trial, and after a hasty impeachment the next day, senators voted 39-4 to remove him from office.Lugo, whose election in 2008 with a 10-point lead over several rivals ended six decades of Colorado Party rule, was remote and even mysterious as a leader. He hardly ever explained his decisions and rarely spoke with the media. At the end, after nearly all his Paraguayan allies had abandoned him, it was even more difficult to understand his intentions. He reversed course several times, saying he’d accept the impeachment verdict and then challenging it.While the U.S. stayed aloof, nations in the region did try to save Lugo, and failed.Foreign ministers from a dozen South American nations in the UNASUR organization flew together to Asuncion to lobby Paraguayan lawmakers, and found themselves advocating much more forcefully than Lugo himself against impeachment.Venezuela’s foreign minister huddled privately with Paraguay’s four armed forces chiefs, which has brought allegations from the new government that he urged the generals to use the threat of force to abort the impeachment. Venezuela’s government denies that. Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Comments Share Associated PressASUNCION, Paraguay (AP) – When Fernando Lugo was nearing the end of his lonely run as Paraguay’s elected president, the former priest appealed to what many followers of Latin American politics have long assumed to be a higher power: the U.S. government.Lugo left the presidential palace and met for more than an hour with U.S. Ambassador James H. Thessin while congressmen prepared to vote to impeach him in a hasty Senate trial the next day. And while the leftist leader was lunching with the ambassador, his right-wing opponents also reached out to the embassy. Top Stories “What just happened in Paraguay is not, in any way, what took place in Honduras almost three years ago,” said Javier El-Hage, the foundation’s legal director. He said the new Paraguayan government should be fully recognized.“President Lugo was removed legally through an impeachment trial, carried out on vague but legitimate and constitutional grounds. Principle, rather than politics, should guide the judgment of the OAS and others in the international community.”___Associated Press writers Michael Warren in Buenos Aires and Luis Alonso Lugo in Washington contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories Top diplomats from Brazil and Argentina confronted Vice President Federico Franco, allegedly threatening trade sanctions if he didn’t call on Congress to stop the trial.The visiting foreign ministers made a last-ditch attempt to persuade senators themselves, to no avail.“I think it’s out of place for foreign ministers to intervene to such an extent in the internal affairs of Paraguay,” said Sen. Miguel Carrizosa of the Beloved Fatherland party, calling it “an abuse of diplomacy.”With Lugo out, the UNASUR and Mercosur groups swiftly suspended Paraguay’s membership, and Lugo called on the Washington-based OAS to suspend Paraguay as well, comparing his treatment to that of Manuel Zelaya, the Honduran president sent packing in his pajamas in a 2009 coup.The Honduras experience proved highly problematic for U.S. diplomats, who were accused of failing to do enough to support a democratically elected leader, and Lugo’s remaining allies in Paraguay have sought to blame the U.S. again this time.The Obama administration has continued to take a back-seat role in such political crises. In Libya, Egypt, Syria and now Paraguay, it has deferred to regional organizations and neighboring countries, letting others take the lead in describing and defending what best represents democracy. Some Lugo supporters are furious at the U.S. for not doing more.“No one who claims to defend democracy could have a contemplative attitude in the face of what happened in 1933 in Germany, when Adolf Hitler led a parliamentary coup, or when Honduras had another democratic rupture,” said Ricardo Canese, secretary general of Lugo’s leftist Broad Front coalition. “If the government of Barack Obama doesn’t condemn the coup-plotters who brought down Lugo, if it doesn’t condemn this dictatorship-like attitude, then it will be very serious for the United States.”The State Department says this was no coup, and has limited its criticism to the Senate for moving so quickly against Lugo.“We have been closely following events in Paraguay and remain deeply concerned with the speed of the process used for the impeachment,” one statement said, adding that “the United States is deeply interested in the success of Paraguayan democracy.”The U.S. position got a key endorsement this week from the New York-based Human Right Foundation, a nonprofit group that was deeply involved in analyzing the Honduran coup for the OAS and was quite critical of the State Department back then. 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August 12, 2019
Tourism New Zealand To celebrate 15 years as the real Middle-Earth, Tourism New Zealand has launched a new way to explore the country like a Hobbit, Elf, Dwarf or Wizard. The Lord Of The Rings and The Hobbit Trilogies have had huge appeal and attract thousands of visitors annually, with international tourism contributing NZ$14.5 billion to the economy last year. The International Visitor survey in June showed 16 percent of international tourists last year cited The Hobbit Trilogy as the initial reason they considered a trip to New ZealandTake the Middle Earth Quiz! Director Peter Jackson says that since the release of The Lord of the Rings: The Fellowship of the Ring 15 years ago nothing has changed- New Zealand is and will always be the real Middle-earth.Evangeline Lily – Tauriel“New Zealand has such a variety of landscapes from lush green forests, to soaring mountains. The grandeur of these landscapes saw tourists flock to our shores, and made a huge impact on the tourism industry. New Zealand is the perfect Middle-earth and a real place that visitors can experience for years and years to come.”Main Image: Hobbiton, Waikato CREDIT Sara Orme
August 9, 2019
By Stelios OrphanidesMoody’s Investors Service said that the decision of the Cypriot parliament to also exempt the sale of real estate from the capital gains tax when the generated cash goes to the repayment of loans, is a credit positive for banks.The exemption from the 20 per cent capital gains tax which the parliament also extended to property sold or relinquished to credit acquiring companies, was previously restricted to debt-to-asset swaps after its introduction three years ago.“The benefit’s extension to other sales categories is credit positive for Cypriot credit acquiring companies because it will increase the recoverable amount of problem loans and banks should garner better prices offered for nonperforming loan exposures (NPEs),” Moody’s said in an emailed statement on Thursday. “Almost all these exposures are backed by real estate collateral and around one-third of these troubled loans are terminated loans, which are mostly dated exposures to non-viable businesses or loans to individuals without sufficient means to repay.”“For these terminated exposures, the only way for banks to recover and reduce their losses is by selling the real estate collateral,” it said.Non-performing loans in the Cypriot banking system stood in March at €19.9bn accounting for 43 per cent of the total and slightly exceeding last year’s economic output compared to €27.6bn three years previously. The acquisition of the healthy operations of the Cyprus Cooperative Bank by Hellenic Bank, agreed a month ago, will result in a reduction of delinquent loans by €7bn in the system. These loans will remain with the residual Co-op which in turn will be operating as a non-performing loans management body.The rating company said that Bank of Cyprus could reduce its NPE-stock by 45 per cent via debt-to-asset swaps which resulted to the lender onboarding around 2,000 properties, such as commercial properties, hotels, a golf course and plots, worth €1.6bn, Moody’s said. In the case of Hellenic Bank, which onboarded €100m in properties, it is expected that the use of debt-to-asset swaps will increase following the modernisation of the foreclosure and insolvency framework on July 8.“These amendments aim to incentivize borrowers to either seek solutions for their nonperforming loans or for non-viable borrowers to give up the real estate collateral benefitting from the tax break,” While currently only B2Kapital Cyprus Ltd, the wholly owned subsidiary of Norway’s B2Holding ASA, a leading pan-European debt specialist, has a licence to operate as a credit-acquiring company, we expect additional companies will enter this nascent market, enhancing debt collection and providing domestic banks with additional means to reduce their high stock of NPEs”.In January, B2Kapital agreed to buy a €145m portfolio of non-performing, unsecured loans from Hellenic, the first of its kind, which is expected to pave the way for further transactions of this type, Moody’s said.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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and then turn your attention back to your senses To your breath To the feel of the chair beneath your butt To the person next to you For thoughts that keep playing like a broken record try "labeling" them Siegel suggests giving the thought a funny name that trivializes it: Oh that "its not going to work out" tape is playing in my head again Via The Mindfulness Solution: Everyday Practices for Everyday Problems: When the thoughts arise label them silently before letting them go You dont need very many categories You might choose labels such as "planning" "doubting" "judging" "fantasizing" obsessing" or "criticizing" The particular labels arent crucial; what matters is using them to avoid being captured by stories or repetitive tapes Once you label a thought gently bring your attention back to the breath If you find that your attention is repeatedly carried away by particular stories try making up a humorous label for them Give these greatest hits their own names such as your "I blew it again" tape "I cant get no respect" tape "I never get what I want" tape and so on Sound like silly hippie nonsense Well you know those worries that bring you down and make you sad A study found mindfulness therapies were just as effective as antidepressants In fact many who practiced them regularly were subsequently able to ditch their medication Via The Mindfulness Solution: Everyday Practices for Everyday Problems: In another more recent study MBCT was shown to be as effective as antidepressants in preventing relapses of depression and allowed many subjects to discontinue their medication (For more on how to be happy and successful click here) Okay lets round this up into a simple system you can use Sum Up Heres how to stop worrying and start being mindful: And when I say to pay more attention to the world around you that doesnt just mean things Its also people What ends a lot of relationships "You dont pay enough attention to me" When we endeavor to let the thoughts in our head go 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TIME editorsCelebrities often have a transitory relationship with Reddit: they arrive hawking their latest project they answer a few questions during an ask-me-anything Q&A session then they leave often never to return But The Fault in Our Stars author John Green is after a more genuine and lasting relationship with his fans and readers he pops in threads from time to time so he’s planning to do one AMA every month until the release of the Paper Towns the second film adaptation of one his novels Here are four things we learned from his first session: If he had to choose between video blogging on YouTube with his brother Hank and turning his books into movies the choice is clear: If I had to pick between YouTube and movies I would pick YouTube This would be a financially counterintuitive choice for sure but I love online video and love working with my brother Don’t tell my brother I said that though There are three main reasons he likes writing for and about teenagers:  They’re experiencing so much stuff for the first time–love and loss and grief and individual sovereignty and driving cars and in the case of nonredditors sex Because those experiences are new they are extremely intense and it allows me to think about that stuff in a heightened way that doesn’t need to be cut by irony […] 2 Teens are extremely intellectually curious and I love the straightforward way they consider the biggest questions […] 3 Publishing as a YA author also has many many benefits A line in his book Looking for Alaska was inspired by his wife: My wife and I went to high school in Alabama together but we did not know each other in high school Years later we became reacquainted in Chicago where we were both living The first time we had dinner together I told her a story from high school about sitting on a porch swing and thinking about all the things that might happen to me and how I never thought I’d end up in Chicago across a table from Sarah Urist And she said “Imagining the future is a kind of nostalgia” which I put in my book Looking for Alaska He worries Paper Towns newcomers who see the trailer might think the movie reinforces the Manic Pixie Dream Girl myth instead of challenging it: I’m not in control of the marketing of the movie obviously and I might market it a little differently but I also understand that you have to set people up with a world they think they know if you’re going to point out what is demented and evil about that world That’s what the book (hopefully) does and what the movie (hopefully) does But that’s hard to do in a trailer for a movie because you don’t want the trailer to tell the whole story You don’t want the trailer to deliver the punch that hopefully comes at the end of the movie when Q finally acknowledges that Margo is not a thing to acquire or a miracle but rather a person Paper Towns hits theaters July 24 Read next: Watch Nat Wolff and Cara Delevingne in the New Paper Towns Clip The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Listen to the most important stories of the day Write to Nolan Feeney at nolanfeeney@timecomFighters from the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS) struck the perimeter of one of Shi’ite Islam’s holiest shrines in Iraq in a mortar attack yesterday the country’s ambassador to the United States confirmed Tuesday “They hit the outer perimeter of the shrine and some people were killed” the ambassador Lukman Faily said in response to a question from TIME about Samarra’s al-Askari mosque where a 2006 attack was a catalyst for nationwide sectarian civil war US and Iraqi officials are extremely worried that a successful ISIS attack on the shrine commonly known as the Golden Dome mosque could re-inflame sectarian rage Faily did not say whether the shrine’s famous golden dome which was blown up by Sunni jihadists in 2006 and later rebuilt was damaged as unconfirmed reports suggest But he insisted that ISIS which reportedly overran much of Samarra in mid-June no longer holds territory within the city “It was a hit-and-run situation” he said The shrine itself is heavily guarded by Iraqi forces along with foreign fighters who consider it a sacred duty to defend Iraq’s holy sites from Sunni vandals One of those reportedly killed in fighting at the shrine last month for instance was Pakistani man studying in Iraq who volunteered for its defense He is now memorialized as a Shi’ite martyr Six more people are reported to have been killed by Monday’s mortar attack Samarra is about 60 miles north of Baghdad and 30 miles south of Tikrit the site of intense fighting between Iraqi government forces and ISIS fighters who seized the city where former Iraqi leader Saddam Hussein was born earlier this month Faily said that ISIS no longer controls central Tikrit but said countless buildings including homes and places of worship had been booby-trapped and would take time to clear Speaking before an audience at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace in Washington Faily also said it is “likely” that Iraq Prime Minister Nouri al-Maliki will retain his job He added: “Is it certain Nothing is certain” Faily said Iraq’s purchase of Russian aircraft amid complaints from Baghdad about slow delivery of American F-16s isn’t a sign of a fraying alliance with Washington “Our countries are forever tied together because of the lives we lost and the treasure we spent in the past decade in the fight against terrorism” he said For more on the Golden Dome shrine and what its fate could mean for Iraq click here Contact us at editors@timecomT-Mobile suffered a national outage of its high-speed LTE wireless service on Wednesday night and into Thursday morning After widespread complaints about the outage on Twitter and other social media the third-largest wireless carrier acknowledged the problem at 3:30 am ET "Were aware of reported instances of LTE outages" T-Mobile wrote from its official account "So sorry for any inconvenience Our engineers are on it right now working hard to resolve" A few hours later T-mobile said the problem had been resolved "Annnnnd were back Appreciate everyones patience" the company tweeted The outage comes at a tricky time as T-Mobile is battling for customers in the increasingly competitive mobile market Verizon has touted the quality of its network as a major reason why customers should stick with its service while Sprint has also been playing up improvements in network quality in recent ads And some competitors jumped on social media to make sure no one missed the connection "RELIABLE isnt an advertising buzzword it is tangible" Verizon spokesman Jeff Nelson tweeted "Last night customers of a Verizon competitor learned that the hard way" T-Mobile has not announced any kind of promotion or compensation for customers hit by the outage Cricket Wireless the prepaid service owned by AT&T suffered a short outage in June offering customers a $5 credit to make up for the 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