Government urged to repeal draconian PTA

“Each anniversary is a depressing reminder of the conflict’s ugly and unresolved legacy. Every year that passes is a reminder of the horrific injustices that were visited on people and what little has been done to address them. Eight years is a long time to wait. The victims and their families should not have to wait any longer. Justice is long overdue,” said Biraj Patnaik. Amnesty International is deeply concerned about the harassment of activists and victims who are campaigning for justice and memorializing the victims of the conflict. On the eighth anniversary of the end of the conflict, Amnesty International is calling on the Sri Lankan government to present a clear and coordinated roadmap to implement its commitments to justice, truth, reparation and guarantees of non-recurrence, including repeal of the PTA. With the PTA still in force, the police retain broad powers to arrest and detain suspects without effective human rights safeguards. Under the Act, suspects can also be subjected to secret and incommunicado detention – practices that heighten the risk of torture and enforced disappearance. “What’s worse, it’s considering adopting a new Counter Terrorism Act that would continue to give the police very broad powers to arrest and detain suspects without charge and place them in administrative detention.” “Transparency is absolutely vital. Draft legislation, including the CTA, should be open for public and civil society consultation,” said Biraj Patnaik. In March, the human rights organization published a major report detailing the struggles of the loved ones of the disappeared in their pursuit of justice. Amnesty International has received credible testimony alleging human rights violations in the aftermath of the conflict, with Sri Lankan security forces subjecting people to arbitrary arrest, detention, torture, rape and enforced disappearance. The PTA shifts the burden of proof onto a detainee alleging torture or other ill-treatment. The law has also been used to restrict people’s rights to freedom of expression and freedom of association. On the eighth anniversary of the end of Sri Lanka’s decades-long conflict, Amnesty International called on the Government to repeal the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act (PTA) and ensure that any legislation it introduces to replace it meets international standards.“The PTA is a highly repressive law that contributed to many of the human rights violations that took place during and following Sri Lanka’s conflict. Despite being in power for two years, the current government has failed on its promise to repeal the law,” said Biraj Patnaik, Amnesty International’s South Asia Director. Despite the government’s commitments, it has yet to establish effective justice mechanisms to investigate abuses of international human rights and international humanitarian by all sides of the conflict, including acts reported during the final months of the conflict that may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.  “It is appalling that nearly a decade after the conflict ended, people are still being prevented from remembering the dead and grieving their loss. No one should be stopped from mourning the dead or demanding justice. This is the very least that the authorities owe to them,” said Biraj Patnaik. read more

Davids assumes management of hotel

The new owners of the Turkey Point Hotel have announced the partner that will take over the kitchen and the hotel’s entertainment programming.MacDonald Turkey Point Marina announced last week that David’s Restaurant in Port Dover will be in charge of both.“We had interest from several successful restaurateurs over the past couple weeks,” Josh MacDonald said in a news release.“But I think the whole family is pretty happy to be working with a group that aligns with our goals and what we have in mind for the property.”MacDonald acknowledges that David’s is associated with fine dining but that the resort hotel is not about to “turn to white tablecloth.” Mark Stortini, Dover Coast’s chief operating officer, has given assurances that the menu at the Turkey Point Hotel will be consistent with the establishment’s reputation as a casual resort destination.“They are a team of professionals and I’m confident in whatever Mark and his team have planned,” MacDonald says.Dover Coast describes the partnership as “a tremendous opportunity.”“We pride ourselves in being responsible and progressive stewards in the hospitality sector as well as our development position,” Stortini says. “To contribute to the social enjoyment in such a historically significant operation will be fantastic.”New ownership at the hotel marks a changing of the guard in Turkey Point. MacDonald Turkey Point Marina recently acquired the hotel from Dick and Mabel Assel, owners and operators of the Turkey Point Hotel since 1961.Dick Assel was scheduled to meet with the media last week but cancelled due to a family matter. In an interview last week, Assel mentioned that Mabel was in hospital in Hamilton. She died at age 80 on April read more

UN relief officials set to visit southern Africa for firsthand look at

Starting Tuesday, James Morris, the Secretary-General’s Special Envoy for Humanitarian Needs in Southern Africa and the Executive Director of the UN World Food Programme (WFP), and Carolyn McAskie, the Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator, will lead a two-week mission to Lesotho, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Malawi, Mozambique and Swaziland, the six countries most affected by the crisis.Representatives from the UN World Health Organization (WHO), UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) are expected to join the mission, which is scheduled to meet with government officials, representatives of the donor community, UN country teams, and staff of non-governmental organizations to discuss the ongoing response to humanitarian needs in the region.The mission will review the impact of HIV/AIDS on the crisis and assess how comprehensive assistance efforts are, with a view to identifying gaps in programming and funding, spokesman Fred Eckhard told a press briefing.The team will also aim to provide recommendations on how to improve the effectiveness of response efforts and identify actions to support longer-term agricultural recovery and food security.Members will also work to mobilize the international community’s support for a UN appeal, launched in July, which seeks $611 million to provide the necessary assistance to prevent the region’s current crisis from becoming a humanitarian catastrophe. read more

Two dozen Vietnamese Montagnards go to Finland as refugees – UN

The 27 refugees, who were flying from the Cambodian capital, Phnom Penh, to the coastal Finnish city of Oulu, were the first group to go from the 72 Montagnards recently accepted for resettlement in Finland.”There were a lot of smiles and some laughter during our orientation briefing. Overall, they seemed a bit nervous but excited about their new future,” said a protection officer from the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR).A second group of the Montagnards is scheduled to fly to Finland in early June after taking a Finnish orientation course this week.The mainly Christian Montagnards fled Viet Nam’s Central Highlands after the Government cracked down on protests against land confiscation and religious persecution in April of last year. They followed an earlier group of more than 1,000 who fled to Cambodia after similar protests in February 2001.Most Montagnard refugees who reach Cambodia, which has declined to accept them, have preferred to resettle in the United States, where there already is a large Montagnard community and connections with Americans who fought in Viet Nam.Others have gone to Sweden. Canada is also now accepting Montagnards for resettlement.A major breakthrough was made in January when Viet Nam initiated tripartite consultations with Cambodia and UNHCR, leading to the signing of a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) that institutionalized temporary protection for Montagnards in Cambodia and gave them the options of return or resettlement.The agreed mechanism includes a commitment from Viet Nam that any returnees will not be prosecuted or discriminated against on the basis of their illegal departure. read more

UK new car market falls in exceptional September as supply issues bite

UK new car market falls -20.5% in September to 338,834 units as regulatory changes impact supply.Volumes down across all sectors, as testing backlogs affect consumer, fleet and business deliveries.Industry welcomes tough new certification test, with even greater range of new-tech cars on way.SEE CAR REGISTRATIONS BY BRANDDOWNLOAD THE PRESS RELEASE AND DATAThe UK new car market fell by -20.5% in September, according to the latest figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). 338,834 vehicles were registered in the month, down around 87,000 on the previous year as new testing requirements continue to affect supply and distort the market.The impact was felt across the board, with registrations by private consumers, fleets and businesses all declining, by -20.1%, -22.4% and -6.3% respectively. Registrations of petrol and diesel cars also fell, while hybrids and plug-in electrics fared better, up a modest 3.9%.Declines were seen across almost every vehicle segment, with MPVs and Specialist Sports cars showing the biggest falls, down -54.8 and -50.9%. Luxury saloons were the only segment to register growth, up +3.5%, while Dual Purpose cars, which have enjoyed strong growth over the year to date, held steadier than most, falling just -3.5% in the month.September’s large decline follows an unusually high August and a turbulent first eight months of the year as the market responded to a raft of upheavals, from confusion over diesel policy to VED changes and, latterly, transition to the new WLTP emissions standards. Year-to-date performance is currently-7.5% behind 2017, reflecting these factors and a drop in business and consumer confidence. Over the coming months, however, some rebalancing is expected as an increasing range of new models are certified for sale and backlogs ease.Mike Hawes, SMMT chief executive, said,With the industry given barely a year to reapprove the entire European model line-up, it’s no surprise that we’ve seen bottlenecks and a squeeze on supply. These are exceptional circumstances with similar declines seen in other major European markets. The good news is that, as backlogs ease, consumers and businesses can look forward to a raft of exciting high-tech cars and a market keen to recover lost momentum.From 1 September, all cars sold in the EU have to undergo a new test called the Worldwide Harmonised Light Vehicle Test Procedure (WLTP). The test measures all regulated emissions, as well as CO2 and fuel economy. Like the old test it replaces, it is conducted in controlled laboratory conditions for consistency across every test and every new vehicle in every country. However, it is conducted at faster speeds, over a longer distance and is more dynamic, with a greater range of vehicle and engine speeds, engine load, gear changes and temperatures, while also taking into account modern vehicle technology. And, because it is based upon some half a million miles of real driving data, it is far closer to the conditions most people experience on the road today.In addition, new cars will also need to prove their air quality credentials ‘on the road’ by passing the new Real Driving Emissions (RDE) test. This rigorous test, which takes around four days to complete, is supplementary to WLTP and uses specially calibrated state-of-the-art portable emissions measurement (PEMS) equipment. This very sensitive equipment analyses the trace tailpipe emissions of pollutants while the car is driven in a wide range of both every-day and extreme conditions, from stop-start inner-city, to open road driving, and even at rarely, if ever, encountered speeds of 100mph and altitudes equivalent to Ben Nevis.Mike Hawes said, Thanks to more realistic performance data, car buyers will be better informed to choose the cars that best suit their driving needs in full confidence that they are the cleanest and most fuel-efficient ever produced.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) read more

Joseph Michael Ganino

Joseph Michael Ganino passed away in Soda Springs, Idaho on March 20, 2019 from cardiac arrest. He was born in Stamford, Connecticut on February 7, 1958 to Edna Jean Millius Ganino and Rosario Aloysius Ganino. He was the fifth of seven children. At a young age, the family moved out west to Utah. He attended schools in Emery County, Utah, and Moab, Utah but always considered Moab home.Joey was far from being materialistic; but rather a free spirit, a wanderer at heart.  His smile as well as his laugh was infectious and he had a sense of humor that would keep you laughing until your stomach hurt. He was a certified pipefitter/welder by trade and though he worked many types of jobs his passion was industrial construction which took him throughout most of the Western United States.Joey had many passions; playing his juice harp, listening and singing music at the top of his lungs, while playing the air guitar and the dash piano.  He was an adamant rock hound and collector of old bottles and eagle statues. He loved family get togethers and never turned down a good BBQ.Joey married Riata (Blondie) Holyoak in Pensacola, Florida on May 13, 1977. Together they have 2 children, Joey (Maria) Ganino II, and Jennifer (Ryan) Rudd. After 29 years of marriage they divorced but remained close friends. The last years of his life were spent in Soda Springs, Idaho where he purchased a home and lived with his girlfriend, Queeny.He is preceded in death by his parents, stepfather (Darwin Jensen), brothers (Bruno and Tony), and nephew (Brandon Curtis). He is survived by his son, Joey (Moab), daughter, Jennifer Rudd (Grand Jct., Colorado), grandchildren (Jacky Ray Ganino, Justin Ganino, Jordynn Silva, Keith Stoughton, Kiara Stoughton, Natalee Ganino, and Ryland Rudd), his brothers, Rusty (Rocksprings, Wyo.) Danny (Moab), sisters, Maria (Moab) and Susan (Ervin) Feichko, (Huntington), and many nieces and nephews.Cremation has taken place and a celebration of life will be held May 19th, 2:00 p.m. at 1183 Lance Avenue, Moab, Utah. Joey’s memory and legacy lives on through his children and grandchildren whom he fiercely loved with all his soul. He is leaving behind many broken hearts; is dearly loved and will be remembered and cherished forever. read more

Divorce on demand risk if woman in loveless marriage is allowed to

Mr Owens's lawyer told a panel of judges that widening the interpretation of the law to allow her appeal "would amount to divorce on unilateral demand".    Divorce on demand risks becoming law if a woman succeeds in escaping her “loveless” marriage, the Supreme Court has heard. Tini Owens, 68, has been barred from divorcing her husband Hugh, 80, because his behaviour was not sufficiently bad to meet the requirements of the law. Mr Owens’s lawyer told a panel of judges that widening the interpretation of the law to allow her appeal “would amount to divorce on unilateral demand”. Mrs Owens has attempted to split from her husband of 40 years on the grounds that his behaviour meant she “cannot reasonably be expected to live with [him]”, one of the grounds for divorce under British law. But Mr Owens insisted the couple could stay together and in 2016 a family court judge ruled that allegations that he focused too much on work, did not provide her with attention or affection, and was “unpleasant and disparaging” towards her, comprised “minor altercations of a kind to be expected in a marriage” and not serious enough to grant her a divorce. The case has prompted family lawyers to campaign for a change in the law to allow “no-fault” divorce.  Mr Owens’s lawyer told a panel of judges that widening the interpretation of the law to allow her appeal “would amount to divorce on unilateral demand”.   Credit:Dominic Lipinski/PA Wire Last year Court of Appeal judges ruled against Mrs Owens but criticised the law, with Sir James Munby, president of the Family Division, saying it was based on “hypocrisy and lack of intellectual honesty”.  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. Barrister Philip Marshall QC, who leads Mrs Owens’ legal team, told justices at the Supreme Court on Thursday that a “modest shift” of focus in interpretation of legislation was required.He argued that the judge in the original case, His Honour Judge Tolson, had focused too much on whether Mr Owens’ behaviour was objectively unreasonable, as opposed to his wife’s experience of it. The judge did not have enough regard to the “impact upon Mrs Owens”, he said. But Nigel Dyer QC, leading Mr Owens’ legal team responded: “(Mrs Owens) is seeking, in effect, to change the law and introduce divorce on unilateral demand.”It is not a proper function of the Supreme Court to dilute or refashion a statute.”He added: “Parliament did not provide for divorce, either as a ground or as a fact leading to the ground, based on unilateral unhappiness.”The court reserved judgment for a later date.  read more

France les fabricants de génériques veulent renforcer les prescriptions

first_imgFrance : les fabricants de génériques veulent renforcer les prescriptionsLe Gemme, association qui regroupe les industriels français du médicament générique, a appelé à renforcer les prescriptions de ces produits. Il déplore le retard de la France dans ce domaine et veut inciter les médecins à davantage opter pour les médicaments génériques. Alors qu’une pénurie de plusieurs médicaments a été signalée ces dernières semaines notamment par les pharmacies, les industriels français du médicament générique s’inquiètent du retard qu’a pris la France dans ce secteur. Comparé à l’Europe où les génériques représentent environ 50 à 60% du volume des médicaments, l’Hexagone a en effet du mal à voir décoller le marché avec seulement 25% de génériques sur le total des ventes. Regroupée au sein du Gemme, les industriels ont ainsi appelé à renforcer les prescriptions. À lire aussiAntihistaminique : qu’est-ce que c’est ? A quoi ça sert ?”On est à la moitié de notre dynamique du générique en France. Il faut absolument que le générique continue à se développer et que les médecins continuent à prescrire des médicaments “généricables””, a assuré Stéphane Joly, président du laboratoire Cristers et de la commission communication du Gemme qui a également émis une série de propositions. Parmi celles-ci, le Gemme propose notamment d’augmenter la prescription au sein du répertoire des génériques avec des incitations financières pour les médecins et d’élargir le répertoire des génériques aux sprays et anti-asthmatiques, rapporte l’AFP.100 millions d’euros d’économies Selon les chiffres révélés, en 2010, le marché des génériques a atteint les 2,7 milliards d’euros, soit 13% du marché pharmaceutique avec 630 millions de boîtes, soit un médicament sur quatre. Or, les génériques peuvent représenter une réelle source d’économie, alors que le déficit de la Sécurité sociale peine encore et toujours à se résorber. “Avec 1% de prescription complémentaire dans le répertoire, on fait 100 millions d’euros d’économies supplémentaires. Jouons sur le périmètre et on aura une efficience économique maximale”, a précisé Stéphane Joly.Mais outre ce renforcement des prescriptions, le Gemme préconise aussi de supprimer la franchise de 50 centimes par boîte et de lancer, avec le concours des pouvoirs publics, une campagne de communication institutionnelle grand public sur les génériques.Le 19 septembre 2011 à 19:31 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Anglican church rector to bring remarks at Natl Heroes Day ceremony

first_img Olive branch extended by Opposition Leader, says it is time for Turks and Caicos leaders to unite Recommended for you Related Items:bernanrd been, james alexander george mccartney, national heroes day, Pdm, pnp, rufus ewing, st. monica anglican church Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Opposition Leader responds to Throne Speech  11 days later; says PDM Govt plan puts TCI in ‘deep doo doo’ Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 12 May 2015 – An official invitation has gone out now for the National Heroes Day memorial service to be held at National Memorial Park in Grand Turk to honor the one national hero, first Chief Minister, the late James Alexander George Smith McCartney. The invite comes from National Honours and Awards Committee and will feature remarks by country leaders with the key note address coming from Fr. Bernard Been of the St. Monica Anglican Church. Following this ceremony, where the theme is: “Claiming our Heritage, Living a Legacy” the nation is admonished to refer to JAGS as the Most Excellent JAGS. The reference is tied to new National Honors prizes adapted and established by law under the Rufus Ewing led PNP Administration. This weekend on May 9th marked 35 years since the death of JAGS, in a plane crash in New Jersey. Last Monday, the party he helped to establish, the PDM remembered the dynamic leader in a moment of silence. TCI Country Leaders condemn vicious memeslast_img read more

Top 10 most read stories this week

first_imgThe top 10 most read stories on between 3 and 9 November 2016 were:EXCLUSIVE: Jelf Employee Benefits sees 14% of staff take up Christmas savings schemeThe Pensions Regulator begins enforcement action over BHS pension scheme38% would feel valued if given their chosen Christmas perk74% view wellbeing programmes as a key part of their employee value propositionAverage UK pay rises to reach 3% in 2016Chicago Cubs give fans excuse note to miss work for World Series final52% believe the lifetime Isa will discourage younger staff from pension saving86% of employees who have more good days at work feel appreciatedDomestic and General launches employee recognition scheme in run up to Christmas61% believe staff are not fully aware of the healthcare services available to themlast_img read more

11 students fall ill at Miami middle school due to unknown substance

first_imgThe students complained of symptoms like dizziness or fatigue.“Some of the kids were experiencing excessive tiredness,” said Miami Fire Department Capt. Ignatius Carroll. “They seem to be sleepy. According to the teachers, they didn’t want to stay awake. Some would complain about being dizzy.”Miami-Dade Schools Police are now investigating the incident.Officials said the students, for the most part, felt fine and were said to be in good condition.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI (WSVN) – Students became sick at a middle school in Miami from an unknown substance.Officials are trying to determine what the students ingested to make them sick, Tuesday afternoon.According to Miami-Dade Schools, 11 students between the ages of 12 and 14 years old were complaining of feeling lethargic at Kinloch Park Middle School. Miami Fire Rescue responded to the situation and transported eight students to Jackson Memorial Hospital as a precaution. The other three students were taken to their homes.“When they took the pills, I think it was in the morning,” one student said.“They were taking drugs,” another student said. “The teacher, she figured out because they kept on falling asleep. They were acting really weird.”Authorities believe this is the result of a student bringing pills onto campus. “It was a girl. An unknown substance was brought into the school by a student,” said Daisy Gonzalez-Diego, spokesperson for Miami-Dade County Schools. “That student has been disciplined according to the Code of Student Conduct.”Some of the sick children were witnessed by their schoolmates. “They just called the principal, and they took them away in an ambulance,” said student Gabriel Duenes, “’cause the kid fell back down in the chair when they came to take him.” last_img read more

Barack Obama lists 2018 favorites Black Panther Annihilation Cardi B

first_imgMost of us will never get to say we were a former president of the United States, but that doesn’t mean we can’t read books and watch movies like one. On Friday, former President Barack Obama revealed his favorite movies, books and songs for 2018.  Compiling the list “gives me a moment to pause and reflect on the year through the books, movies and music that I found most thought-provoking, inspiring, or just plain loved,” Obama wrote on Facebook. “It also gives me a chance to highlight talented authors, artists, and storytellers — some who are household names and others who you may not have heard of before.”  The best geek movies of 2018, ranked Culture: Your hub for everything from film and television to music, comics, toys and sports. Movie Magic: The secrets behind the scenes of your favorite films and filmmakers.  33 Photos Superheroes, Mister Rogers and alien invasions Marvel’s blockbuster superhero movie Black Panther and the documentary Won’t You Be My Neighbor, based on the Mister Rogers, Neighborhood children’s TV series, topped Obama’s movie list.  Cerebral sci-fi thriller Annihilation, directed by Alex Garland and based on Jeff VanderMeer’s book of the same name, also made Obama’s must-see list. More suggestions include BlacKkKlansman, Blindspotting, Burning, The Death of Stalin, Eighth Grade, If Beale Street Could Talk, Leave No Trace, Minding the Gap, The Rider, Roma, Shoplifters and Support the Girls. Memoirs and history books Obama’s top book recommendation is his wife Michelle’s recent best-selling autobiography, Becoming. “Obviously my favorite!” he wrote. Tara Westover’s Educated, a memoir about a young girl who, kept out of school, leaves her survivalist family and goes on to earn a Ph.D. from Cambridge University also made the list. (Bill Gates added the book to his own 2018 most-recommended reading list). Other books Obama read this year include: An American Marriage by Tayari Jones Americanah by Chimamanda Ngozi AdichieThe Broken Ladder: How Inequality Affects the Way We Think, Live, and Die by Keith PayneFactfulness by Hans RoslingFutureface: A Family Mystery, an Epic Quest, and the Secret to Belonging by Alex WagnerA Grain of Wheat by Ngugi wa Thiong’oA House for Mr Biswas by V.S. NaipaulHow Democracies Die by Steven Levitsky and Daniel ZiblattIn the Shadow of Statues: A White Southerner Confronts History by Mitch LandrieuLong Walk to Freedom by Nelson Mandela The New Geography of Jobs by Enrico MorettiThe Return by Hisham MatarThings Fall Apart by Chinua AchebeWarlight by Michael OndaatjeWhy Liberalism Failed by Patrick DeneenThe World As It Is by Ben RhodesOf the books that came out in 2018 specifically, Obama enjoyed reading: American Prison by Shane BauerArthur Ashe: A Life by Raymond ArsenaultAsymmetry by Lisa Halliday Feel Free by Zadie Smith Florida by Lauren Groff Frederick Douglass: Prophet of Freedom by David W. BlightImmigrant, Montana by Amitava KumarThe Largesse of the Sea Maiden by Denis JohnsonLife 3.0: Being Human in the Age of Artificial Intelligence by Max Tegmark There There by Tommy Orange Washington Black by Esi Edugyan Getting down with Obama’s favorite tunes Obama enjoyed a range of rap, jazz and popular hits during the year. Some of his top picks:  Apes••t by The Carters Bad Bad News by Leon Bridges Could’ve Been by H.E.R. (feat. Bryson Tiller) Disco Yes by Tom Misch (feat. Poppy Ajudha) Ekombe by Jupiter & Okwess  Every Time I Hear That Song by Brandi Carlile  Girl Goin’ Nowhere by Ashley McBryde  Historia De Un Amor by Tonina (feat. Javier Limón and Tali Rubinstein) I Like It by Cardi B (feat. Bad Bunny and J Balvin)  Kevin’s Heart by J. Cole King For A Day by Anderson East Love Lies by Khalid & Normani  Make Me Feel by Janelle Monáe  Mary Don’t You Weep (Piano & A Microphone 1983 Version) by Prince My Own Thing by Chance the Rapper (feat. Joey Purp)  Need a Little Time by Courtney Barnett  Nina Cried Power by Hozier (feat. Mavis Staples) Nterini by Fatoumata Diawara  One Trick Ponies by Kurt Vile Turnin’ Me Up by BJ the Chicago Kid  Wait by the River by Lord Huron  Wow Freestyle by Jay Rock (feat. Kendrick Lamar) Also “in honor of one of the great jazz singers of all time, who died this year, a classic album: The Great American Songbook by Nancy Wilson,” Obama added. Tags Culture Black Panther Marvel Barack Obama Share your voice 12 Commentslast_img read more

Watch Aprilias Rennie Scaysbrook break the Pikes Peak moto record

first_img 2020 Volvo XC60 T8 Polestar Engineered first drive: Almost Super Trouper 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better 2018 Dodge Challenger SRT Demon: Holy hell 19 Photos Now playing: Watch this: Share your voice 2018 Aprilia Tuono V4 1100 Factory: Too fast, just right Motorcycles Car Culture More From Roadshowcenter_img 1:30 The two-wheeled portion of the 2019 Pikes Peak International Hill Climb may have ended in tragedy with the death of four-time champion Ducati rider Carlin Dunne, but Dunne’s death wasn’t the only story.There’s also the story of Aprilia USA and motorcycle journalist Rennie Scaysbrook’s attempt on the heavyweight production bike record, and that story had a happy ending. In the end, Rennie was able to pilot his nearly showroom stock Aprilia Tuono 1100 Factory up America’s mountain in just 9 minutes, 44.963 seconds, making him the fastest man on two wheels in the event’s history. Just as a comparison, the fastest production car took 10 minutes 18.4 seconds.It took a little while, but the folks from Aprilia along with Rennie’s publication, CycleNews, cut together a video of the run up the mountain and friends, it’s incredibly exciting — and pants-soilingly terrifying. If you’ve never been on Pikes Peak (first of all, you should; it’s a gorgeous public road) then it’s hard to convey just how tight the hairpins are and how steep the unguarded drop-offs are should you get one of those hairpins wrong.Watching Rennie straighten out the road to the summit is exhilarating and impressive, even more so when you find out that he’s not a professional racer. He stated in a radio interview after the race that he usually manages just one or two club races in a year. Racer or not, being able to muscle a bike as powerful and dynamic as the Tuono at the speeds he was going is a real achievement on its own, and it’s something absolutely worth watching. 0 BMW’s riderless, self-driving motorcycle goes for a spin… Post a comment Tags Aprilialast_img read more

Photos of the Week

first_img Tagshomepage featured photos photos of the week Top Story,You may also like News • Photos of the Week Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,(RNS) — Each week Religion News Service presents a gallery of photos of religious expression around the world. This week’s gallery includes Buddhists celebrating Vesak Day, a new church in Sutherland Springs, and more.Churchgoers pass a memorial wall following a dedication ceremony for a new sanctuary and memorial room at First Baptist Church Sutherland Springs on May 19, 2019, in Sutherland Springs, Texas. In 2017 a gunman opened fire at the church and killed more than two dozen congregants in the deadliest mass shooting in Texas history. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)Buddhists fly lanterns during a celebration commemorating Vesak Day, which marks the birth, death and enlightenment of Buddha, at Borobudur Temple in Magelang, Central Java, Indonesia, early May 19, 2019. (AP Photo/Slamet Riyadi)An Indian woman prepares handmade vermicelli, used to make a traditional sweet dish popular during the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, in Hyderabad, India, on May 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)Nepalese Buddhist monks participate in a parade during Buddha Jayanti, or Buddha Purnima, a festival in Kathmandu, Nepal, on May 18, 2019. The festival marks the triple events of Gautam Buddha’s life: his birth, his enlightenment and his attaining a state of Nirvana that frees believers from the circle of death and rebirth. (AP Photo/Niranjan Shrestha)Participants take part in a guided meditation led by Will Williams, front left sitting on couch, the founder of World Meditation Day, on World Meditation Day on the top floor of the skyscraper known as The Gherkin, in London, on May 21, 2019.  (AP Photo/Matt Dunham)Indian Muslims break their day-long fast during Ramadan in Hyderabad, India, on May 20, 2019. Muslims throughout the world are marking the month of Ramadan, the holiest month in the Islamic calendar during which devotees fast from dawn until dusk. (AP Photo/Mahesh Kumar A.)A Buddhist devotee holds an oil lamp as she offers prayers on Vesak Day at a temple in Petaling Jaya outside Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on May 19, 2019. On Vesak Day, Buddhists around the world come together to celebrate the birth, enlightenment and death of Gautama Buddha. (AP Photo/Annice Lyn)Pope Francis prays during the opening session of the Conference of Italian Bishops, at the Vatican, on May 20, 2019. (AP Photo/Andrew Medichini)Pastor Frank Pomeroy, back right, raises his hands as he speaks during a dedication ceremony for a new sanctuary and memorial room at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs, Texas, on Sunday, May 19, 2019. In 2017 a gunman opened fire at the church and killed more than two dozen congregants. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)A mother plays with her child in front of Eid Al-Fitr decorations at a mall in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, on May 22, 2019. Shopping malls in Malaysia has been decorated with festive elements ahead of Eid Al-Fitr, the end of the Muslim fasting month of Ramadan. (AP Photo/Annice Lyn) Kit Doyle By: Kit Doyle Latino evangelical leaders meet in Jerusalem for summit on Israel Share This! Share This! Catholicism Share This! Share This! By: Kit Doyle Share This! Kit Doyle,Load Comments,Southern Baptists see 12th year of declining membership News Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email By: Kit Doyle Instagram apostasy stirs controversy over Christian ‘influencers’ August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Photos of the Week August 30, 2019 Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts As Amazon burns, Vatican prepares for summit on region’s faith and sustainabilit … August 30, 2019last_img read more

Dragon Ball FighterZ Open Beta Hits on January 14 Latest Trailer Reveal

first_img No, Solid Snake Isn’t Coming to ‘Tekken’Watch These Fighting Games at EVO 2019 Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Stay on targetcenter_img Over the summer, Bandai Namco held a closed beta for the upcoming Dragon Ball FighterZ. The brief beta gave players a good taste of the game’s over-the-top antics. I thought it was fantastic. We were promised an open beta in January, and sure enough, we’re getting it. Today, Bandai Namco announced an open beta for January 14. On top of that, it also released a brand-new trailer featuring three combatants from the Dragon Ball Super anime series.As reported by Gamespot, the open beta will be available for players on PlayStation 4 and Xbox One. Though the beta is open to all, it is presumably for those who are subscribed to either Xbox Live or PlayStation Plus. The beta is set to begin at 12am PST / 3AM EST / 9 AM CET. It will end on January 16 at those same times. Those who pre-order the game either physically or digitally can participate in the open beta a full 24 hours early on January 13 at the aforementioned times.In addition to the open beta news, Bandai Namco has also released a new trailer spotlighting three new fighters. These include Goku Black, Hit, and Beerus. If you’re not familiar with those names, that’s because they are all characters from Dragon Ball Super. Up until now, the roster for Dragon Ball FighterZ mainly consisted of classic characters from Dragon Ball Z. Dragon Ball Super characters were inevitable, but it is somewhat surprising it took this long for any to be announced. Their inclusion shows the game isn’t only for fans who’ve been with the franchise for decades.AdChoices广告Dragon Ball FighterZ is due to release on PlayStation 4, Xbox One, and PC on January 26. The game’s season pass will add six new characters post-launch. Pre-ordering any edition of the game will unlock Super Saiyan Blue Goku and Super Saiyan Blue Vegeta early.last_img read more

Mozilla working on Google Translate integration in Firefox

first_imgMozilla working on Google Translate integration in Firefox by Martin Brinkmann on September 09, 2018 in Firefox – Last Update: September 11, 2018 – 44 commentsDid you know that the Firefox web browser has a translate feature similarly to that of Google Chrome? Most Firefox users are probably unaware as it is not enabled by default and not highlighted in the options or user interface.Mozilla revealed in February 2014 that it was working on integrating machine translate functionality in the Firefox web browser and started to include the functionality in Nightly versions of the browser in May 2014.Mozilla’s first version of translation support in Firefox used Bing Translate to translate website content. It worked similar to Chrome’s implementation of Google Translate.A notification bar is displayed when a user visits a site that is in a language that is not installed in Firefox. The bar highlights the detected language of the page and offers translation options. A click on translate translates the page in the default browser language, selection of “not now” hides the prompt.Options to “never translate” the detected language or the site are provided as well.Mozilla added support for Yandex Translate in Firefox 41 which it released in mid-2015. It went all dark soon thereafter; the feature was not pushed to the stable channel and only some fixes were released in the three years that followed.The inactivity ended last week when Mozilla started to add support for Google Translate to the translation engine built into the Firefox web browser.While the feature is not fully functional yet, it is an indicator that Mozilla has not forgotten the translate feature completely. Users who enable the translate functionality in Firefox on about:config will notice that Google is the selected translation engine.Load about:config?filter=browser.translation in the Firefox address bar to display the preferences.browser.translation.detectLanguage — set this to True to have Firefox detect a page’s language.browser.translation.engine — determines which translation service Firefox uses. Supported are Google, Bing and — defines whether Firefox will display the translation user interface when foreign language sites are opened. Set to True to show the UI, False to hide it.Google Translate cannot be used currently in Firefox; the browser throws an error message when you hit the translate button in the UI. Bing and Yandex don’t seem to work either at this point in time even though Firefox seems to try and translate the page. The “there has been an error translating this page” error is thrown eventually as well.Google Translate requires API access keys and that is usually only available if companies or users pay for the key. It is unclear if Mozilla plans to make a deal with Google or if users will be required to use their own API keys for the functionality. The latter would surely be very limiting.ExtensionsAdd-on developers created numerous extensions that integrated translate functionality in Firefox in one way or another. Google Translate Bar was one of the first to replicate the translation bar of Google Chrome; it was launched in 2010 alongside other extensions such as Facebook Translate or Translate This.The extensions don’t work anymore, however, as Mozilla switched to a different extensions system in Firefox 57. If you search for translate extensions on Mozilla AMO you get a large number that is compatible with Firefox 57 and newer:Fast Translation uses Google Translate to translate selected text.S3 Translator uses Google Translate to translate the selection or page.Now You: Do you require translate functionality in your browser?SummaryArticle NameMozilla working on Google Translate integration in FirefoxDescriptionMozilla started work on integrating Google Translate functionality natively in the Firefox web browser.Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

ACVs CareFlex and CareFree plans are free until Nov 18

first_img Posted by Share Tags: Air Canada Vacations, CareFlex, CareFree Monday, November 12, 2018 ACV’s CareFlex and CareFree plans are free until Nov. 18center_img Travelweek Group << Previous PostNext Post >> MONTREAL — Air Canada Vacations is offering worry-free travel this winter season for absolutely free.The tour operator is offering its travel protection CareFlex and CareFree plans for free with winter vacations booked to Mexico, the Caribbean and South America.The plans include free seat selection, year-round Price Drop Guarantee, StormGuard, and a $50 waiver on administration change fees.The offer is valid for travel departure dates from Jan. 6-31, 2019, for bookings until Nov. 18, 2018. Both CareFree and CareFlex must be added at $0 at time of booking. The promotion is not applicable to group packages.“We really like CareFree and CareFlex because together they offer so much peace of mind for the consumer,” said Dana Gain, Senior Director of Sales, Groups & Partnerships at Air Canada Vacations. “It allows them to change, transfer or even cancel their booking with refund before the departure date. It’s a wonderful closing tool for our agency community, and we’re offering it at no charge until Nov. 18, 2018.”More news:  Can you guess the top Instagrammed wedding locations in the world?ACV is also reminding agents that with the ACV&ME loyalty program, those who book hotels and groups will receive 600 points per room for packages of seven or more nights, 400 pointes per room for packages of 3-6 nights, and 300 points per passenger for Group bookings.last_img read more

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first_imgAP: Famed conductor faces 6 new sex claims, including 1 rape by Jocelyn Gecker And Janie Har, The Associated Press Posted Jan 11, 2018 10:39 am PDT Last Updated Jan 11, 2018 at 8:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Fiona Allan poses for a photo in Sydney’s Centennial Park on Jan. 10, 2018. Allan said conductor Charles Dutoit pushed her against the wall and put his hand on her breast when she delivered documents to his dressing room while interning in 1997 at the Tanglewood festival, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra. (AP Photo/Rick Rycroft) center_img SAN FRANCISCO – Six more women have stepped forward to accuse prominent conductor Charles Dutoit of sexually assaulting them in the United States, France and Canada, including a musician who says the maestro raped her in 1988.The women say they were compelled to speak out after The Associated Press published a story Dec. 21 detailing accusations from three singers and a musician who said Dutoit forcibly restrained them, groped them and kissed them without permission.The 81-year-old Grammy-winning conductor emphatically denied the accusations, but eight major orchestras immediately distanced themselves from him and two launched their own investigations.The new accusers said they were angered by Dutoit’s initial denial and wanted to show the scope of his sexual misconduct during his globe-trotting career. They said the Swiss-born conductor attacked them in Paris, Montreal and the United States over a four-decade period, starting in the late 1970s.Dutoit had been principal conductor and artistic director of the Royal Philharmonic Orchestra in London. Hours after the AP sent Dutoit and the Royal Philharmonic detailed summaries of the new allegations, the orchestra announced Wednesday that he was leaving those posts.Dutoit issued a statement saying he was “appalled and sickened” to be accused “of the heinous crime of rape.”“I am shaken to the core by this bewildering and baseless charge. To this, I submit my categorical and complete denial,” he said.Dutoit also has held such notable positions as music director of the Montreal Symphony Orchestra and chief conductor of the Philadelphia Orchestra.The woman who accused the conductor of raping her said the assault occurred when she was working with Dutoit at an orchestra on the East Coast of the U.S. The AP does not publish the names of people who say they are victims of sexual assault without their permission so, to protect her identity, the AP also is not disclosing the instrument she plays, her orchestra or the city where she said she was attacked.Three of her colleagues in the same orchestra told the AP that the woman confided in them after the encounter.One of the new accusers told the AP that the Boston Symphony was aware of the famed conductor’s behaviour and looked the other way. The symphony said it had received no prior complaints but declined to say whether management had warned women to not be alone with Dutoit, a regular guest conductor since 1981.___The musician accusing Dutoit of rape was then 28 and auditioning for an orchestra in early 1988 while he was guest-conducting. She said they were staying at the same hotel and rode the elevator together up to their shared floor one night.“As soon as I got to my room, the phone rang. It was Maestro Dutoit,” she said.She had heard rumours about inappropriate behaviour but said she thought nothing of it when Dutoit told her his luggage was broken and asked if she had a specific tool sometimes used to fix musical instruments. He invited her to come in when she brought it to his room, she said, first offering her a drink, which she declined. Within minutes, he forced himself on her, she said.“He came closer to me and tried to kiss me, and held my head so strongly it ripped my earring out,” said the musician, now in her 50s. “He pinned my wrists to the wall and pushed me to the bed.”“His pants were down in a split second and he was inside me before I could blink,” she said. She said she started crying, told him to stop and that she was married, but that it made no difference.When she blurted out that she was not on birth control, he quickly pushed her out the door, she said. “‘I’ll get some condoms and I’ll get you back,’” she quoted him as telling her.AP spoke with two male musicians who said she confided in them immediately after the encounter. One of them recalled she was afraid to be alone and said he served as her chaperone at subsequent concerts. Another said he urged her to report Dutoit to police but that she never did. “I was so afraid I would never be asked to play again,” she told the AP.A third man who joined her orchestra after the attack said he had generally known for years that something had happened with Dutoit, but did not learn the details until a decade ago.All three spoke on condition of anonymity to protect the musician’s identity and because they remain professional musicians and said they fear retribution within the industry.___French soprano Anne-Sophie Schmidt was 31 in May 1995 when she said Dutoit began singling her out for attention. She was singing the principal female role in Debussy’s “Pelleas and Melisande” with Dutoit conducting the Orchestre National de France in Paris.Dutoit offered her rides home in his chauffeured car, then started leaving messages on her answering machine telling her she was “marvelous” and that he desired her, she said. She said he became angry when she ignored his advances and began humiliating her in front of the orchestra — a tactic mentioned by other accusers in interviews with the AP.On the day of a dress rehearsal at the Theatre des Champs-Elysees, she said, she found herself in an empty hallway with the conductor.“He came out of his dressing room and he jumped on me, pushed me against the wall and started to touch me everywhere, on my chest, between my legs. He forced me to kiss him. I fought back, and I pushed him away,” Schmidt, now retired from opera, said in a telephone interview from southern France.Shortly after the opera’s run ended, she said, Dutoit dropped her from future recitals and concerts around the world, she said.Two of Schmidt’s friends told the AP she described the experience to them several years ago.One, a Paris-based lawyer, said Schmidt told him Dutoit had “wanted to sleep with her and she refused, and he cancelled all their concerts.” The attorney, who works in the music industry, asked not to be identified because of fear of retribution.The other, Suzanne Delorme, recalled Schmidt saying that Dutoit had harassed her, humiliated her during rehearsals and at one point “cornered her and touched her all over her body.”“When I read what the other women were saying, how he cornered them against a wall, it was exactly what he did to me,” Schmidt said.___Musician Mary Lou Basaraba was in her early 20s and working as a journalist in the winter of 1977-78 when the Montreal Symphony Orchestra asked her to interview Dutoit for an in-house publication, she said. She said she was told Dutoit had specifically requested her for the interview, to be held at his apartment.Within minutes of her arrival, she said, Dutoit forced himself on her, kissing her and placing his hands on her breasts and crotch. “It was so uninvited, it was so crass,” said Basaraba, now the chorus master for the California Philharmonic and Golden State Pops Orchestra.She pushed him away, she said, insisting she was there to work. He later walked her to a cab, where she remembers him saying: “‘I find you very charming. I’d like you to be the woman in my life when I’m in Montreal.’”Basaraba’s ex-husband, conductor Clyde Mitchell, who played French horn in Montreal under Dutoit, said she told him about the maestro “attacking her on the sofa in his apartment.” A friend, Nancy Newman, also said Basaraba told her years ago that Dutoit “chased her around the room” and “asked her to be his mistress.”Years later, in 1991, when Dutoit was conducting at the LA Opera, Basaraba said, he called her twice on the day of a performance and asked her to come to his hotel room after the show. She did not go, she said.___Canadian soprano Pauline Vaillancourt told the AP that Dutoit tried to force himself on her in March 1981 after inviting her to dinner “to discuss work” after her performance as a soloist with the Montreal Symphony.As he drove her home, she said, he pulled the car into a dark spot, groped her breasts and legs and asked her to come back to his room. She told the AP she pushed him away and insisted he drive her home.“When I opened the car door to return home, he told me, ‘I need this after a concert. I need a woman to come home with me,’” she said. “He said it like he was angry that I had taken away something he needed.”Vaillancourt’s brother said his sister told him of the incident the next day. Dutoit had “touched her breast and made it clear that if she wanted to pursue her career it would help if she was more co-operative with him, which she declined,” said Jean-Eudes Vaillancourt, a pianist, conductor and classical music professor at the University of Montreal.In the light of the growing accusations against Dutoit, Pauline Vaillancourt, now 72, said she wonders: “Does that mean he did this to someone after each concert?”___Pianist Jenny Q. Chai, now 34, said she encountered Dutoit by chance after a Philadelphia Orchestra concert in the early 2000s. Chai had gone backstage hoping to meet acclaimed pianist Martha Argerich, one of Dutoit’s ex-wives, but instead was greeted by the conductor, who she said spoke with her, then leaned forward, kissing her cheeks and lips and trying to put his tongue in her mouth while touching her body.And Fiona Allan, now 50, said Dutoit pushed her against the wall and put his hand on her breast when she delivered documents to his dressing room while interning in 1997 at the Tanglewood festival, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra.Allan, now chief executive of the Birmingham Hippodrome Theatre in England, said she fled the room and encountered Ray Wellbaum, the Boston Symphony’s then-orchestra manager, who told her that officials had received complaints about Dutoit from other women and warned her not go into his room alone.“I said, ‘It’s too late. I’ve already been in there,’” Allan recalled.Both women’s accounts were first reported in the classical music blog Slipped Disc.A friend who also is a pianist said he recalls Chai visiting him in 2000 or 2001 and telling him she had attempted to see Argerich backstage after a concert and that Dutoit “tried to kiss her on the lips with his tongue sticking out in front of everyone.” The friend asked not to be identified because he still works in the industry.Chris Stafford, chief executive at the Curve theatre in Leicester, England, said Allan told him in 2015 that Dutoit had groped her in his dressing room while at Tanglewood.The Boston Symphony was the first orchestra to announce that it was ending its relationship with Dutoit and has said it is hiring a law firm to investigate Allan’s allegations.The symphony said Wellbaum retired in 2016. He did not return a message left at his home seeking comment.___This story has been corrected to show Boston Symphony says it had no prior complaints about Dutoit, not that it declined to say whether it did.last_img read more

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first_img by The Associated Press Posted Jun 3, 2019 9:42 am PDT The Latest: Attorney calls case against Spacey ‘ridiculous’ AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Actor Kevin Spacey attends a pretrial hearing on Monday, June 3, 2019, at district court in Nantucket, Mass. The Oscar-winning actor is accused of groping the teenage son of a former Boston TV anchor in 2016 in the crowded bar at the Club Car in Nantucket. (AP Photo/Steven Senne) NANTUCKET, Mass. — The Latest on the case accusing actor Kevin Spacey of groping a young man in 2016 (all times local):12:30 p.m.Kevin Spacey’s lawyer is calling the case accusing the actor of groping a young man in 2016 “ridiculous.”Defence attorney Alan Jackson blasted prosecutors Monday during a hearing at the Nantucket District Court, where Spacey also made a surprise appearance.Spacey didn’t speak during the hearing or answer reporters’ questions when he arrived and left the courthouse.He has pleaded not guilty to a charge of indecent assault and battery.Jackson accused prosecutors of falsely denying they had access to information about the accuser’s cellphone.First Assistant District Attorney Brian Glenny denied his office lied about having access to the phone.Jackson asked the judge to set a trial this summer because Spacey is “suffering.” The judge said the earliest the trial will happen is sometime this fall.___10 a.m.Kevin Spacey has arrived at a Nantucket courthouse where a hearing is set in the case accusing him of groping an 18-year-old busboy in 2016.The former “House of Cards” actor was not required to attend Monday’s pretrial hearing. Wearing a gray suit and glasses, Spacey walked into the courthouse with his lawyers.Spacey has pleaded not guilty to a charge of indecent assault and battery.His accuser says Spacey groped him in the crowded bar of the Club Car, where the teen worked as a busboy.On Friday, Spacey’s attorney Alan Jackson accused the man of deleting text messages that support Spacey’s claims of innocence.Jackson wants the court to demand that prosecutors turn over a “complete and unaltered” forensic copy of the accuser’s cellphone.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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