Baseball bat attack outside mall may have been racially motivated police

first_imgST. THOMAS, Ont. – A 36-year-old man is facing charges in what police in St. Thomas, Ont., say may have been a racially motivated attack.Police say they were called Thursday afternoon to a mall parking lot on reports of a man attacking another man with a baseball bat.They say the man was later arrested in London, Ont., and charged with aggravated assault and assault with a weapon.A video posted online shows a man getting out of a white car with a baseball bat in hand and repeatedly yelling “terrorists” and “ISIS.”Mariuxis Zambrano says she and her family had just arrived at the Elgin Mall when they were approached by a man hurling insults.She says her husband suffered severe bruising and a cracked rib as a result of the attack.(CFPL)last_img read more

Minister Duncan dismisses Dakota claim theyre governed by law of the land

first_imgAPTN National NewsAs the Dakota in Manitoba continue their fight against the provincial government to sell cheap cigarettes, they also continue to claim their tribe is a sovereign nation.They’re calling on the federal government to come to an agreement over their rights.Aboriginal Affairs Minister John Duncan was in Winnipeg Thursday and APTN National News reporter Meagan Fiddler found out what the minister had to say about the situation.last_img

Georgia UN calls for protection of civilians and access to victims of

Heavy fighting that erupted last Thursday between Georgian and South Ossetian forces have led to a large number of casualties and caused large numbers of civilians to flee to other parts of the country as well as to North Ossetia in Russia. Russian forces have become involved in South Ossetia, and in the separate region of Abkhazia in north-western Georgia, in recent days.“I have been deeply concerned about the well-being of thousands of civilians in Georgia and the surrounding areas that have been caught up in this conflict,” Catherine Bragg, the UN’s Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator and Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs, said today in a statement.In light of the recent announcement of a cessation of hostilities, she reiterated the call to all parties to the conflict to take appropriate steps to protect the civilian population, in accordance with international humanitarian and human rights law.Ms. Bragg also called for concrete steps from parties to the conflict to facilitate immediate access for international aid agencies to areas that have been out of contact since the start of the hostilities. In that regard, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) noted that, because of security reasons, no UN agency has yet been able to carry out an assessment mission or aid operations in South Ossetia. UN agencies have, however, been able to get access to Gori, in central Georgia. Meanwhile, the first UN humanitarian airlift – chartered by the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) – arrived earlier today in Georgia, bringing 34 tons of tents, jerry cans, blankets and kitchen sets for those in need. A second UNHCR flight is scheduled for tomorrow.“The two flights will provide more than 70 tons of aid supplies for up to 30,000 people and will augment other relief items already distributed by UNHCR from its warehouses in Georgia,” the agency’s spokesperson, Ron Redmond, told reporters in Geneva. According to the latest figures provided by Georgia and Russia, the total number of people uprooted in the conflict is approaching 100,000, UNHCR said. Officials in North Ossetia, Russia, say some 30,000 people from South Ossetia have arrived in that region. The UN’s Resident Coordinator in Russia said that UN agencies there are in touch with the Government, as well as local authorities in North Ossetia. The agencies present in the area confirmed that the Russian authorities are providing adequate assistance to those in distress. Georgian officials say a few thousand have fled into other parts of Georgia from South Ossetia, but a registration must be carried out to get an exact figure. Up to 12,000 are estimated by officials to be displaced within South Ossetia. There are also movements elsewhere in Georgia, including from the town of Gori – just south of the boundary with South Ossetia. A UNHCR team which travelled to Gori on Sunday was told by local Government officials that up to 80 per cent of the population had left, fearing further attacks – that would amount to some 56,000 people from Gori on the move. Over the weekend, UNHCR and its partners provided aid supplies to some 300 vulnerable Georgians from South Ossetia who had been transferred from Gori to the capital, Tbilisi.The UN World Food Programme (WFP) has also begun providing critical humanitarian aid to more than 2,000 people displaced by the violence in South Ossetia, including a 10-day food ration to internally displaced persons (IDPs) living in shelters in Tbilisi.Yesterday senior UN peacekeeping official Edmond Mulet told the Security Council that Russian forces have now entered Georgian areas outside the regions of South Ossetia and Abkhazia, as the 15-member body met for the fifth time since Friday morning to discuss the latest developments.In another development, Georgia today instituted proceedings at the International Court of Justice (ICJ) against Russia for what it said were violations of the 1965 Convention on the Elimination of All Forms of Racial Discrimination (CERD) during the current conflict.Georgia contends in its application that Russia, “through its State organs, State agents, and other persons and entities exercising governmental authority, and through the South Ossetian and Abkhaz separatist forces and other agents,” has violated its obligations under the convention during three distinct phases between 1990 and this month.It asks the ICJ to order Russia to take all steps necessary to comply with its obligations and also seeks to ensure that the individual rights under CERD of all people on Georgian territory are fully respected and protected. 12 August 2008A senior United Nations humanitarian official has urged the parties to the conflict in Georgia, where fierce fighting in recent days has uprooted nearly 100,000 people, to do their utmost to protect civilians and ensure access for aid agencies. read more

Railway strike called off following talks with Presidential Secretariat

Stranded passengers vented their anger at the railway authorities following the cancellation of train services.The strike was launched by engine drivers and rail guards. The train strike launched by railway trade unions has been suspended following talks with the Presidential Secretariat.A tense situation arose at the Fort railway station last evening after train services were cancelled as a result of a sudden strike. Special Police teams were deployed to the Fort railway station to bring the situation under control. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Policeman arrested over Thebuwana incident remanded

The Police Sergeant had threatened to commit suicide using his weapon and refused to negotiate a settlement with the Police. A Policeman who was interdicted over his unruly behavior in Thebuwana which led to a tense situation yesterday, has been remanded till October 9th.The Police Sergeant had staged a protest in the Thebuwana junction yesterday with his weapon, demanding that he be treated fairly. The Police Special Task Force (STF) was then deployed to the area and a senior officer attempted to negotiate with the policeman and get him to return his weapon and give up his protest. However the policemen refused to agree and eventually the STF and Police overpowered the policeman and brought the stand-off to an end.Gun shots were fired during the attempt to arrest the policeman but no one was injured. (Colombo Gazette) read more

UN Women chief Canadian Prime Minister spotlight need to build global movement

“We tried a lot of things. We know what works, we know what doesn’t work, we know where we need to go, and this is the time to act,” the Executive Director of UN Women, Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, told hundreds of participants at the high-level event, which includes a panel discussion on action needed for equal pay.Thousands of women representing hundreds of non-governmental organizations have been at UN Headquarters in New York since Monday for the 60th session of CSW, an annual two-week event which is this year focused on women’s empowerment and its link to sustainable development.At the conversation moderated by journalist Sade Baderinwa, of ABC News New York, Ms. Mlambo-Ngcuka said collaboration between UN Women and Prime Ministers like Justin Trudeau could help more women access leadership positions. Today, only 22 per cent of the world’s parliamentarians are women.“Those who have authority and power especially, they must lead from the front. The Prime Minister [Justin Trudeau] was able to appoint a 50-50 cabinet. It’s not in his power to have a Parliament that is representative but he has authority to appoint a cabinet that is representative. So, leaders must use the authority that they have because you’re there for a reason, to make the world better, and UN Women insists on that” she said.Mr. Trudeau said one of the reasons why people have been paying attention to him is because he’s just one of the first leaders from a younger generation to take the stage. Prime Minister Justin Trudeau addresses a media event at UN Headquarters in New York. UN Photo/Mark Garten Prime Minister Justin Trudeau holds a dialogue on gender equality at a high-level event entitled “Gender Equality and Global Call to Action on Equal Pay”. UN Photo/Mark Garten Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (left) meets with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon (right) meets with Prime Minister Justin Trudeau of Canada. UN Photo/Eskinder Debebe ‹ ›“I’m going to keep saying loud and clearly that I am a feminist until it is met with a shrug,” he exclaimed. “Why [is it that] every time I say I’m a feminist the ‘twitterverse’ explodes and news and media pick it up – it shouldn’t be something that creates a reaction. It simply is saying I believe in the equality of men and women, and I believe we still have an awful lot of work to do to get there.”Mr. Trudeau told the audience that his commitment to gender equality comes from the way he was raised, by a father who had a “deep fundamental respect for rights and freedoms,” and a mother who struggled with bi-polar disorder, later becoming an activist on mental health issues and women’s rights.One of the highlights of the event was Ms. Mlambo-Ngcuka officially inviting Mr. Trudeau to be a leading actor of the HeForShe movement, launched by UN Women more than a year ago to mobilize people of every gender identity to unite and craft a shared vision of a gender equal world. “I take this as a challenge to step up even further,” the Prime Minister said, after Ms. Mlambo-Ngcuka pinned his jacket with the movement’s official logo.Concluding the conversation, the Executive Director stressed that in 2016, it’s time for the next United Nations Secretary-General to be a woman, while Prime Minister Trudeau said that next year at CSW, the space to have these discussions should be bigger in order to include more men in addition to a large female turnout. read more

Cancer organizations receive support from GBTI

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Related10 charitable organizations awarded at GBTI’s 2018 Calendar launchDecember 13, 2017In “Business”Much needed flood relief donations continue to pour in for Region 7,8June 3, 2017In “latest news”GBTI launches 2019 calendar with artwork from studentsNovember 24, 2018In “Business” The Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry Limited (GBTI Ltd) made two donations at the Bank’s Head Office in Kingston, on Wednesday, to the Periwinkle Cancer Club and the Guyana Cancer Foundation in support of these organisations.Ms Pearl Munroe and Ms Cheryl Caines of the Periwinkle Cancer Club receiving their donation from GBTI’s Public Relations and Marketing Manager, Ms Pamela BindaHanding over the donation on behalf of the Bank was GBTI’s Public Relations and Marketing Manager, Pamela Binda, who noted that the Bank has always been a strong supporter in the fight against Cancer and in raising Cancer awareness across the country. She also reconfirmed GBTI’s commitment towards same in the future.Receiving the donation on behalf of the Guyana Cancer Foundation was Bibi Hassan, who expressed her gratitude to the Bank. She said that it is donors like GBTI who provide the much needed financial and moral support which fosters the Foundation’s mission.Ms Bibi Hassan of the Guyana Cancer Foundation collects donation from GBTI’s Public Relations and Marketing Manager, Ms Pamela BindaMs Hassan said that GBTI’s faithful financial contribution will go a long way in ensuring that low-income and under-insured women are offered free Cancer screening. She says that the Guyana Cancer Foundation is continually inspired by the dedication and generosity of donors like GBTI who answer the call to give again and again.Similar sentiments were also expressed by the representatives from the Periwinkle Cancer Club. read more

Karamoh is showing qualities Bordeaux coach

first_imgFor Eric Bedouet, the Internazionale Milan loanee is making a name for himself in the French Ligue 1 competition20-year-old forward Yann Karamoh is making sure his loan to Bordeaux in the French Ligue 1 is giving him results.The footballer was made the man of the match in the 2-2 draw against Paris Saint-Germain.“He is showing some really outstanding qualities,” coach Eric Bedouet was quoted by Gianluca Di Marzio.PSG, Neymar, Ligue 1PSG ultras sent a warning letter to Neymar Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Brazilian superstar Neymar might play today his first game of the season for Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s ultras have warned him.“He is able to put great intensity in his football.”“He has also the quality to track back when the team requires you to, and that’s not common among players,” he explained.“[Edinson] Cavani, for instance, is great at tracking back. Yann, who is also unbelievable at dribbling past the opponents, is working on the defensive aspect of his game and he is developing quite well”.last_img read more

Teen TCI First Runner Up going to Intl Pageant too

first_img Related Items:amber hall, arielle neely, costa rica, oehleo higgs, teen tci Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 25 Feb 2016 – The Turks and Caicos is gaining outstanding notoriety for its teen beauty queens. On Monday, Amber Hall, Miss Teen TCI left for Costa Rica and the international pageant there where she is already in the semi-finals. But founder of the organization, Oehleo Higgs said he will see another of his 2015 contestants journey abroad for an international opportunity. Higgs said Arielle Neely, the 2015/2016 first runner up will get her turn to shine this coming July.“International Media was following us, and our first runner up this year will also be going off to compete in July in the Miss Teenager Pageant so Malique started it and I am hoping that these girls continue to expand on what she started… the July pageant is called the Miss Teenager International pageant.”Details are to come on the second pageant, but it will be held in either Guatemala or Mexico. Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Turks & Caicos Miss Teen Universe, Miss Amber Hall Captures Miss Congeniality in Costa Rica Amber Hall gets Miss Congeniality at Teen Universe pageant TCI officials attend Brazil Tourism Expolast_img read more

Eddie Howe reflects on United defeat

first_imgBournemouth manager Eddie Howe spoke to the press of his disappointment after losing 2-1 at home to Manchester United at Vitality Stadium on Saturday.Callum Wilson opened the scoring for AFC Bournemouth but Anthony Martial equalized before the break, but a stoppage-time goal by Marcus Rashford left Eddie Howe and his team empty-handed.“It’s a tough one for us today. I think a lot of the aspects of our game were really good, especially during the opening period. We passed the ball well and there was a really good intensity to our play.” Howe said at a post-match press conference, via AFCB.harry maguire, manchester UnitedMaguire says United need to build on today’s win George Patchias – September 14, 2019 Harry Maguire wants his United teammates to build on the victory over Leicester City.During the summer, Harry Maguire was referred to as the ultimate…“We were disappointed at half-time that we weren’t winning and we felt that we deserved to be leading by more than one. We knew the second half was going to be a different game.“Manchester United changed things and made substitutions but I was pleased with my players attitudes to the game and they gave everything to the match.“It was one of the best first-half performances I’ve seen us have in the Premier League since being promoted. I can’t fault anyone in terms of effort.”last_img read more

FDA Commissioner Hamburg Rejects Mandatory GMO Labeling Before House Subcommittee

first_imgAs reported by POLITICO, Food and Drug Administration Commissioner Margaret Hamburg reinforced the FDA’s stance on the labeling of products containing biotechnology in a House Appropriations subcommittee meeting this morning. FDA, according to Hamburg, supports voluntary labeling, but opposed mandatory labeling.”Mandatory labeling really is appropriate when there is a fault claim,” testified Hamburg. “The fact that a product contains GE ingredients does not change the material content of the product.”Hamburg went on to reiterate that in more than 20 years of commercialized biotech traits, the FDA has yet to find evidence of food safety risks.last_img read more

B R Ambedkar University yet to get 12B status in Srikakulam

first_imgSrikakulam: B R Ambedkar University (BRAU), Etcherla in Srikakulam district, has been facing institutional issues. The post-graduate (PG) centre in Etcherla was upgraded as varsity in June 2008 with the initiative of former chief minister Y S Rajasekhara Reddy. Even after 12 years, the university is yet to get 12B status given by the UGC, which facilitates financial assistance to eligible colleges, which are included under Section 2(f) and declared fit to receive Central assistance under Section 12(B). Also Read – Rs 65.30lakhs Exgratia paid to deceased family Advertise With Us Currently, BRAU is depending on the State government funds, as a result, basic facilities and quality teaching remained a dream at the varsity. The varsity offers 16 courses in science, arts, law and languages. For all these 16 departments or faculties, 11 regular professors are available. Besides this, 74 teaching associates on contract basis and 10 subject-wise contract teachers are available. Two years ago, the recruitment process for teaching posts had been initiated to recruit 15 backlog posts and 33 regular posts. Also Read – Three of a family commits suicide at Amalapuram in East Godavari Advertise With Us But due to court cases the process has been in pending for more than one year. With the 12B status, the university will get funds directly from the UGC every year. But before granting 12B status, UGC team of experts have to inspect facilities at the university both in terms of quality and quantity. The team members are concentrating on availability of qualified teaching faculty, physical facilities, students’ attendance in classroom, teaching and evaluation process. Advertise With Us But there are no adequate teaching staff for quality teaching in the university and classes are also not going well in respective courses. In this backdrop, the UGC team of experts will inspect facilities at the university for two days on July 11-12. “We are planning to explain overall situation at the campus to team members how we are working for improvement of the campus” VC K Ramji and Registrar K Raghu Babu told The Hans India.last_img read more

TRS governmentt is profarmer says Speaker Pocharam in

first_imgKamareddy: Assembly Speaker undertook a whirlwind tour of Kamareddy and Nizamabad districts on Thursday where he toured Jenda galli, Hanuman galli and Sindhi galli in Banswada and spend some time in the houses of poor people and inquired about their problems.Speaking on the occasion, Srinivas Reddy said many problems can be solved if the authorities act in a practical way without looking at the administration ground. The government is working to improve the poor people in Telangana by adding humanitarian values to the administration and the authorities should work to address the grievances of the poor in the next five months, Speaker said. Advertise With Us Speaker Reddy inaugurated a milk chilling centre at SN Puram village of Varni mandal, Nizamabad district. The building was constructed at a cost of Rs 45 lakhs. He stated that the Telangana State had a peasant-supportive government. He also inaugurated Agricultural Market Committee building at Varni mandal headquarters, which was constructed with Rs 30 lakhs. Godown levelling works started with an investment of Rs 30 lakhs. The Speaker also inaugurated CC roads constructed with Rs 50 lakhs.last_img read more

Video Game Helps Keep Battleship Texas Afloat

first_img Listen Ed MayberryThe Battleship Texas To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /01:12 center_img A free, online combat game allows participants to command iconic ships in historic naval battles. The Battleship Texas Foundation has partnered with to help raise funds for the preservation of one of those dreadnoughts. Bruce Bramlett is with the foundation.“It’s all about being in command of the Battleship Texas, and the graphics are, they’re just astounding.”– / 3Proceeds are being used to prevent further deterioration of the leaky ship. Currently about 300 tons of water have to be pumped out each day.“And we’re gonna lose her if she remains in the water. The water wins that fight every time.”A team of engineers and preservationists want to move the ship to land, much like the dry-docked Cutty Sark in London. Bramlett says he could see the effort is worth it when he attended the 100th anniversary of the Battleship Texas in 2014.“We had 36 former crew members — their children, their grandchildren, their great-grandchildren — watch their families see those men in the context of being on the ship, and what it meant to them.”To date, “World of Warships” has raised almost $300,000 for preservation. X Sharelast_img read more

Houston Spaceport Kicks Off Construction

first_img 00:00 /00:46 X Florian Martin/Houston Public MediaOfficials ceremonially break ground on Phase 1 of the Houston Spaceport on Friday, June 28, 2019. The construction of the Houston Spaceport is now officially underway.The vision for the spaceport is for commercial space companies to have aircraft take off from Ellington Airport and fly into space over the Gulf of Mexico.Phase 1 of the spaceport’s development entails building infrastructure, including streets, water and electricity.“We’re truly excited about this important next step in the evolving vision of the Houston Spaceport,” Mario Diaz, director of the Houston Airport System, said at the groundbreaking ceremony on the southwest corner of Ellington Friday. “And to help write the next chapter in the Houston Spaceport city legacy.”The infrastructure will be the foundation to attract companies to move here, Arturo Machuca, general manager for the Houston Spaceport and Ellington Airport, said.“We are targeting aviation and aerospace companies, companies that are building the components to keep us in the air if you will, that take us into space,” he said.Two companies, Intuitive Machines and Trumbull Unmanned are already on site, and Machuca said he expects to announce the addition of a large anchor tenant by mid-July.Last month, NASA selected Intuitive Machines to develop, launch and land its Nova-C spacecraft on the moon in 2021.San Jacinto College also has a building on the Spaceport property, called the Edge Center. It plans to offer aerospace work training here.“We want to make sure this workforce has the skills, the competencies and the training to really make sure we move this industry forward,” Brenda Hellyer, chancellor of San Jacinto College, said.Last month, the Houston City Council approved the college’s annexation of 154 acres of the Houston Spaceport, so it can collect property taxes from it.Completion of Phase I is expected in May 2020.center_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Listen Sharelast_img read more

Cabin crew given goahead for walkout

first_imgBritish Airways’ cabin crew are expected to strike next week after a court of appeal overturned an injunction against the walkout yesterday.Unite had applied for the appeal on Monday after a judge ruled the strikes illegal as the union had not properly informed its members of ballot results.However, the U.K. Court of Appeal said on Thursday that Unite’s failure to provide a breakdown of ballot results didn’t make the vote on a walkout invalid.After the ruling Unite said it would take a three-day “pause for peace”, in case negotiations with the carrier are successful, before going ahead with a five-day strike from Monday May 24.According to Bloomberg, a five-day walkout from its 12,000 cabin crew will ground more than 30 percent of flights, with its services from Heathrow expected to be slashed by up to 50 percent.“We are very disappointed for our customers that Unite’s appeal has been upheld and that the union intends to go ahead with its unjustified and pointless strikes,” the carrier said.BA is expected today to report a pretax loss of around £600 million for the year ending March 31. <a href=”” target=”_blank”><img src=”;cb=INSERT_RANDOM_NUMBER_HERE&amp;n=a5c63036″ border=”0″ alt=””></a> Source = e-Travel Blackboard: J.Llast_img read more

Singapore Airlines has announced the introduction

first_imgSingapore Airlines has announced the introduction of its popular ‘Book the Cook’ service for the first time on its four daily flights from Brisbane to Singapore.Already offered across over 20 destinations, including on flights from Sydney and Melbourne for Suites, First Class, Business Class and Premium Economy Class customers, ‘Book the Cook’ allows customers the opportunity to pre-select a main meal from a wide selection of delicious options, including creations inspired by the Airline’s International Culinary Panel of world-renowned chefs.The new service will be available to customers travelling to Singapore from Brisbane in Business Class from 1 October, 2017, and for Premium Economy customers when the first Airbus A350-900 operates from Brisbane on 17 October, 2017.Options available on all flights from Brisbane to Singapore include:BUSINESS CLASS * Pan-fried barramundi in native pepper berry sauce, with sautéedvegetables and saffron fettuccine pasta.Pan-fried barramundi in native pepper berry sauce * Chicken Madras with saag aloo gobi, steamed basmati rice, mangochutney and garlic naan bread* Cantonese roasted duck with Asian greens and steamed jasmine rice* Chargrilled beef fillet in green peppercorn sauce, with seasonedvegetables and gratin potatoes.PREMIUM ECONOMY CLASS * Hainanese chicken rice, with chilli, ginger and choy sum.* Nasi Lemak with prawn, sambal, green beans with fried onions IkanBillis and half boiled egg* Lamb with chilli and cumin, jasmine rice and stir fried Gai lan.Lamb with Chilli and Cumin * Pesto fettuccine with cooked seafood mornay and panko parmesan crumb.Orders can be placed online at, at least 24 hours before the flight departure time. BrisbaneSingapore Airlineslast_img read more

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