Ban stresses financial as well as human benefits of avoiding armed conflicts

In a message to the Third International Conference of Islamic Scholars, held in Jakarta, Mr. Ban stressed the need for the United Nations to work ever more closely with Member States, regional organizations, non-governmental organizations (NGOs) and others to try to prevent conflicts from emerging or continuing.“Ultimately, conflicts can be resolved only through political solutions,” he said in the message. “If the UN is unable to foster lasting political solutions, it will be left with humanitarian emergencies and peacekeeping without end. And these solutions need to have the support not only of the warring parties but of the region and the big powers.”Mr. Ban cited a recent report indicating a 40 per cent drop in the number of armed conflicts worldwide since 1992, attributed largely to an increase in UN efforts in peacekeeping, peacebuilding and conflict prevention. A separate study by the RAND Corporation found the UN is far more cost-effective at nation-building than individual governments.“Although the annual peacekeeping budget has climbed steadily, now at approximately $5 billion, it is still dwarfed by the approximately trillion dollars spent annually on military expenditures and the arms trade. And that does not begin to take into account the massive human costs of war.”The Secretary-General noted that the prevention of conflicts is an even more cost-effective process than peacekeeping. As an example, the mediation role played by former secretary-general Kofi Annan in Kenya earlier this year, which led to the end of that country’s deadly inter-ethnic political clashes, cost $208,000.In a separate message to the ministerial meeting of the Movement of Non-Aligned Nations (NAM) in Tehran, Mr. Ban pledged to “marshal the forces” of the UN behind efforts to solve three current global crises – relating to development, food and climate.“These three crises are not isolated problems,” he said in the message, delivered on his behalf by Sergei Ordzhonikidze, Director-General of the UN Office at Geneva. “They are inter-related, affect both rich and poor, and require all of us to do our part.” 29 July 2008Preventing or resolving armed conflicts through political solutions and negotiations provides vital economic benefits to go with avoiding the enormous human costs extracted by war, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon told a gathering of Islamic scholars today. read more

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WASHINGTON — U.S. new home sales rose at a modest pace in June but remained below sales levels earlier this year, suggesting low mortgage rates and a healthy job market aren’t encouraging many more purchases.The Commerce Department said Wednesday that new home sales increased 7% to a seasonally adjusted annual rate of 646,000. That is up from 604,000 in May but below April’s figure of 658,000.Through the first half of the year, purchases of new homes have increased just 2.2% compared with the same period last year.The small increase, along with a drop in existing home sales in June, suggests the housing market is still struggling to accelerate after slowing sharply last year. Rising prices for existing homes are outpacing wage growth and leaving many would-be buyers on the sidelines.Sales of new homes soared more than 50% in the West, partially recovering after a sharp drop in May. They plunged 26.3% in the Midwest, where they have fallen nearly 18% compared with a year ago. Sales slipped 4.2% in the Northeast in June and barely ticked up by 0.3% in the South.Prices for new homes have been more restrained than for existing ones. The median price for a new home was $310,400 in June, little changed from a year earlier. Median existing home prices rose 4.3% in June from a year ago, faster than the growth in average hourly pay.Christopher Rugaber, The Associated Press read more

Wisconsin Badgers best Spartans in Big Ten title game

Big Ten Conference Commissioner Jim Delany said it best while presenting the trophy presentation at the conclusion of the inaugural Big Ten Championship Game: “Wow.” Wisconsin beat Michigan State, 42-39, at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis, Ind., in the first-ever Big Ten Championship Game and clinched a second-consecutive berth to the Rose Bowl. The Badgers jumped to a 21-7 lead after a quarter against MSU before trailing the Spartans, 39-34, with less than four minutes to play in the game. Badgers junior running back Montee Ball scored four touchdowns and added 137 yards on the ground to help lead Wisconsin to its second-consecutive berth to the Rose Bowl. Saturday’s game featured 816 total yards of offense between the two teams and MSU took a 29-21 lead into half. The Spartans’ lead held until the 3:45 mark of the fourth quarter when a seven-yard run by Ball put Wisconsin up for good. Trailing by three points with 1:37 to play, MSU forced a Wisconsin punt and would have had one last shot at a score. Sophomore safety Isaiah Lewis was flagged for roughing the kicker and the Badgers were awarded a first down and began to celebrate its championship. Kevin Noon, managing editor of, had a field-level view of MSU’s late-game penalty and said he wasn’t as sure the correct call was made after seeing replays. “I was standing on the field right by it and I felt a lot better about it when I saw it live than when I saw it on the replays,” Noon said. “I thought there was a little bit of embellishment by the punter and I still think there may be a question whether or not Isaiah Lewis was pushed into the punter. “But I think ultimately by definition of the rule, it was the right call.” For MSU, it’s the second consecutive year the Spartans have come just short of making the Rose Bowl and have instead had to watch the Badgers represent the Big Ten. MSU coach Mark Dantonio said he thought his team played well, but the loss would be difficult to stomach. “I thought both football teams showed a tremendous amount of maturity and toughness in terms of battling back,” Dantonio said on MSU’s website. “We started a little bit slow and played extremely well the entire first half on offense. Tough to lose it as we did, but tough take the tough times sometimes. So very difficult, the end of the football game, the way it all went down, but we’ll rise again.” The Badgers’ record improved to 11-2 on the year with both losses, including one earlier in the season to MSU, coming in the final seconds. Their only other loss came to Ohio State under the lights at Ohio Stadium on Oct. 29, when OSU freshman quarterback Braxton Miller connected with classmate and wide receiver Devin Smith for a touchdown to take the lead with 20 seconds left in the game. Sophomore linebacker Chris Borland said that despite the heartbreaking losses earlier in the season, the team was ecstatic about Saturday’s victory. “It’s a dream come true for us,” Borland said on Wisconsin’s athletic website. “To get here after what we suffered in the middle of the season, it’s the highest of highs.” The Badgers will travel to Pasadena, Calif., for the Rose Bowl to take on Oregon on Jan. 2. read more

Businessman illegally raised value of home by chopping down protected trees

A wealthy businessman illegally cut down 11 protected trees on his land to give himself a bigger back garden, a court has heard.Millionaire David Matthews, 67, ­ignored Tree Preservation Orders (TPOs) and spent a weekend cutting them down with a chainsaw.The specimens, including an oak, beech and sweet chestnut, were close to his five-bedroom detached house in Poole, Dorset. Nine of the trees were said to have been up to 100 years old.A member of the public who heard the noise of the trees being felled reported the matter to Poole council, which launched an investigation and subsequently charged Matthews with the wilful destruction of protected trees.Poole magistrates were told that Matthews had breached a similar order in 2015 and had been given a warning. 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. David Matthews, 67, ignored Tree Preservation Orders and spent a weekend cutting them down with a chainsaw The scrap metal dealer pleaded guilty to the charges when he appeared before magistrates in Poole on Tuesday. Sentencing was adjourned for reports.It is thought he may also face a ­Proceeds of Crime hearing to ­determine if he must pay the amount his property had increased in value ­because of the felling.Andy Dearing, head of enforcement at the council, said: “He did it with a chainsaw and really went for it. This is the worst environmental crime of its kind we have seen in Poole.”  David Matthews, 67, ignored Tree Preservation Orders and spent a weekend cutting them down with a chainsawCredit: BNPS read more

Junior WCh 2013 All Star Team announced Stenmalm is MVP of generation

Swedish left back Philip Stenmalm is the Most Valuable Player (MVP) of the XIX Men’s Junior World Championship in Bosnia-Herzegovina. He was selected by an IHF expert jury as the best player of the current championship. The All Star Team of the 2013 Men’s Junior World Championship includes each three players of the finalists Spain and Sweden and each one from the semi-finallists France and Croatia.Goalkeeper: Peter Johannesson (Sweden)Left wing:  Andreas Berg (Sweden)Left back: Quentin Minel (France)Centre back: Pablo Cacheda Gonzales (Spain)Right back: Alex Djushebaev (Spain)Right wing: Ante Tokic (Croatia)Pivot: Gonzalo Porras Perez (Spain)Most Valuable Player (MVP): Philip Stenmalm (Sweden)Top scorer: Abdullah Algharaballi (Kuwait) – 65 goalsphoto: IHF Junior handballPhilip Stenmalm ← Previous Story Sweden is new junior world champion! Next Story → SC Magdeburg prepares replacement for Natek – Malmagro on trial! read more

Dr Kannourakis wins great honours

first_imgGreek Australian oncologist George Kannourakis from Ballarat was one of the recipients of the Pride of Australia Awards 2009, during a special ceremony that was held at the MCG Olympic Room last week. Dr Kannourakis received the “Care and Compassion Medal” in recognition of his significant contribution as a medical professional to the improvement of the lives of those around him. The Pride of Australia awards honour everyday Australians who do extraordinary things in their respective communities and whose contribution to the Australian way of life is not widely known or recognised by the general public. In its fifth year, the program continues to uncover countless stories about great Victorians. These people were nominated by readers of the Herald Sun and the Sunday Herald Sun.The managing director of Herald & Weekly Times, Peter Blunden said regarding Dr Kannourakis’ nomination: “People such as George Kannourakis, nominated for the Pride of Australia medal, are a powerful affirmation of the decency and goodwill that is paramount in the community. “George was a standout winner who has shown enormous dedication to regional Victorians delivering good old fashion service to each and every one of his patients,” Mr Blunden added. It should be noted that amongst other things, Dr Kannourakis’ dedication to his patients includes his selfless offer to visit them every fortnight. Dr Kannourakis said to Neos Kosmos English Edition that he was humbled by the award and pointed out that it came as a surprise. “It was a bit unexpected because I’ve been doing this for many years now… going up to the western district clinics in Horsham, Stawel and Ararat… I just assumed that it was part of my work… and it means that a lot of patients don’t have to travel to Ballarat and Melbourne for treatment.” Dr Kannourakis has been practising in Ballarat since 1996. Before that he was a paediatric oncologist at the Royal Children’s Hospital. He spent two years in Boston doing research at Harvard Medical School and shifted to adult oncology and haematology which sparked his interest in providing a regional rural service to cancer patients. He is the Director of a Cancer Research Unit that operates in Ballarat. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Plateforme dElgin Total entame le colmatage de la fuite de gaz

first_imgPlateforme d’Elgin : Total entame le colmatage de la fuite de gazUn peu moins de deux mois après que la fuite de gaz a été détectée sur la plateforme d’Elgin, en mer du Nord, Total a entamé ce mardi 15 mai son colmatage. Une opération qui consiste à injecter de la boue pour tenter de boucher le trou à l’origine de cette fuite détectée le 25 mars dernier.Total a annoncé avoir lancé mardi 15 mai, vers 8h du matin, l’opération de colmatage de la fuite de gaz de la plateforme d’Elgin. Détectée à la fin du mois de mars, à environ 4.000 mètres du plancher marin sur le puits G4 de la plateforme du géant pétrolier, cette fuite a engendré l’émission d’une importante quantité de méthane ayant atteint jusqu’à 200.000 mètres cubes par jour.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Dans un communiqué rapporté par l’AFP, Total explique que ce colmatage consiste en l’injection d’une boue lourde vers ce puits grâce à un tuyau relié à un bateau de forage. “En fonction des conditions exactes à l’intérieur du puits, l’opération elle-même et la période d’observation qui suivra dureront plusieurs jours avant qu’il soit possible de confirmer si l’intervention a été pleinement efficace” indique le groupe français. Cette opération avait été annoncée il y a déjà deux semaines. Mais les mauvaises conditions météorologiques ont retardé son lancement. Si Christophe de Margerie, le PDG de Total, s’est dit très optimiste quant à l’efficacité de ce colmatage, une autre solution est prévue en cas d’échec. Deux puits de secours doivent en effet être forés pour parer à d’éventuels problèmes. M. de Margerie a en outre affirmé qu’en dehors d’émissions de gaz à effet de serre, “aucundégâtsurleplanenvironnemental” n’était à déplorer, et a déclaré espérer pouvoir reprendre l’exploitation de la plateforme avant la fin de l’année.Le 16 mai 2012 à 09:37 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

US military testing surveillance balloons in midwest skies report says

first_img Now playing: Watch this: Tags Your Ring camera could be a part of a police surveillance… Share your voice Security Tech Industry Post a comment 0 3:17 The test will end in Illinois.  NurPhoto/Getty Images To crack down on narcotics trafficking and homeland security threats, the US military is reportedly testing high-altitude surveillance balloons across six states. Up to 25 unmanned solar-powered balloons will float at altitudes of 65,000 feet over South Dakota, Minnesota, Iowa, Wisconsin and Missouri with the tests set to conclude in central Illinois, according to a report from The Guardian on Friday. Details of the proposed test were revealed in documents filed with the Federal Communications Commission on behalf of the Sierra Nevada Corporation, an aerospace and defense company. The US Southern Command commissioned the test.The balloons are equipped with hi-tech radars — functional day or night and durable in any kind of weather — to simultaneously track vehicles. The documents show that the tests received an FCC license to operate on July 12 and cease on Sept. 1. Similar flight tests were licensed last year, according to the report.  The surveillance balloons are reportedly a cheap platform that can follow cars and boats for long periods of time. Since winds often change directions, the balloons can hover just by ascending or descending. The Sierra Nevada Corporation, the FCC and the US Southern Command didn’t immediately respond to request for comment. last_img read more

Tuesday Updates On Addicks Barker Reservoirs

first_imgCharlie Riedel/APHomes in Freeport, Texas are surrounded by water from the flooded Brazos River in the aftermath of Hurricane Harvey, as seen on Friday, Sept. 1, 2017. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel)While many Houstonians have begun the arduous cleanup effort of their homes and businesses, there are still plenty of people around the region whose homes and businesses are still under water almost a week after the rains stopped. Plenty of those are located in the areas around the Addicks and Barker reservoirs.We learn the latest and check in on the status of our over-taxed flood system in Greater Houston from Jeff Lindner from the Harris County Flood Control District.HCFCDMap of areas around Houston reservoirs. Aug. 30th, 2017. Sharelast_img

Chinese stocks vs reality Shares are untethered to economy

first_imgNow it’s all crashing down.Analysts say the economy is unlikely to take a big hit. The IMF’s Blanchard says most Chinese investors didn’t spend their paper gains as stocks rose, so they shouldn’t have to curb spending now. Carnegie’s Huang notes that most investors are still ahead: Despite the recent drop, Shanghai stocks are still up more than 80 percent over the past year. And the Chinese stock market is small compared to the overall economy, the world’s second biggest.More damage has been done to the credibility of government policymakers who talked up stocks only to see them crumble. Now they are desperately trying to control the damage — suspending trading in hundreds of stocks, for instance, and barring major shareholders from selling their stakes.“It’s pretty safe to say that Beijing’s appreciation of how hard it is to control equity prices is much greater today than it was a month ago,” says Daniel Rosen, partner at the Rhodium Group consultancy.__Follow Paul Wiseman on Twitter at © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Now the Chinese stock bubble has burst and Shanghai shares are in a free fall. They’ve lost about 30 percent since peaking last month. But economists don’t expect the market meltdown to do much damage to the real economy.“We don’t see it as a major macroeconomic issue,” Olivier Blanchard, the International Monetary Fund’s research chief, told reporters Thursday.The IMF expects the Chinese economy to grow 6.8 percent this year, unchanged from the forecast it made in April, before the market meltdown.Prices in the stock market are supposed to reflect business realities: the health of the economy, the quality of the companies listed on stock exchanges, the comparative allure of alternative investments.But in a communist country where the government plays an oversized role in the economy, investors pay more attention to signals coming from policymakers in Beijing than to earnings reports, management shake-ups and new product announcements.During the booming 2000s, only politically connected firms were allowed to list on stock exchanges for the most part. Many of them were run by insiders of dubious managerial talent. The markets were dominated by inefficient state-owned companies. Investors were especially wary of investing in big government banks believed to be sinking under the weight of bad loans. Stocks went nowhere.The Chinese government is now trying to manage an economic transition away from an overreliance on exports and over-investment in things like real estate and factories. The old way left the country with too many vacant houses, idle factories and corporate debt. The government wants to nudge the economy toward slower but steadier growth based on spending by Chinese consumers.Talking up the stock market became part of the plan. As China’s real estate market cooled, Chinese with money to spare could invest in stocks instead. If their portfolios grew, they’d feel wealthier and more willing to spend. Chinese companies could issue shares of stock and use the proceeds to pay down debt.So state media began encouraging Chinese to buy stock, even as the country’s economic outlook dimmed. The economy grew 7.4 percent last year, the slowest pace since 1990. It’s expected to decelerate further this year.But authorities allowed investors to borrow to buy ever-more shares. Unsophisticated investors — more than a third left school at the junior high level — got the message and bought enthusiastically, taking Chinese stocks to dangerous heights. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Mesa family survives lightning strike to home 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywallcenter_img Sponsored Stories WASHINGTON (AP) — There’s economic reality. Then there’s the Chinese stock market.The two usually occupy parallel universes.When China’s economy was roaring along at double digit rates in the 2000s, Chinese stocks floundered. But starting in the summer of 2014, as evidence of an economic slowdown gathered, the Shanghai Composite index climbed nearly 150 percent.“The stock market has never been fully aligned with the fundamentals,” says Yukon Huang, senior associate at the Carnegie Asia Program in Washington. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top Stories Comments   Share   How men can have a healthy 2019last_img read more

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Forest Minister Dindigul C Srinivasan and Commercial Taxes Minister KC Veeramani had recently said that no one was allowed to see Jayalalithaa, I am quite worried when I hear people say that some participants in this National Conversation are coming here to defend and promote ethnic or clannish agenda." she said." pleasing religious conservatives. initially launched by police at demonstrators rallying against grand j..VIEW MORERevolution Photo/Demotix/Corbis1 of 10Rio de Janeiro:Brazilian judges on Thursday conditionally released from jail the former head of the country’s Olympic committee who is charged with corruption in an alleged vote-buying scandal to secure the 2016 games Federal police arrested Carlos Nuzman 75 at his home in an upscale Rio neighborhood on 5 October He was formally charged Wednesday with corruption for his role in the alleged $2 million-scheme to secure votes in Rio’s bid for the 2016 Olympics Carlos Nuzman was arrested at his residence on 5 October for his involvement in the vote-buying scandal AP "The preventive detention was replaced with a conditional release" in a unanimous decision on Thursday a spokesman for the Superior Court of Justice told AFP "For the judges the detention of Nuzman was a measure disproportionate to the charges against him" the court said on its Twitter account It did not say when exactly Nuzman would leave the jail but he will remain on conditional release to await a verdict on the charges against him Under the terms of his release he is prevented from leaving Rio He is also forbidden from visiting premises of the Brazil Olympic Committee and the organising committee for the 2016 Olympics According to prosecutors Lamine Diack the former head of world athletics and his son Papa Massata Diack were also accused of participating in an international network of vote-buying worth $2 million The indictment said that Nuzman and the former governor of Rio Sergio Cabral "directly solicited" from a businessman "the payment of $2 million" to Papa Massata Diack the son of Senegalese IOC member Lamine Diack "to secure votes for the election of Rio" Rio beat bids from Chicago Madrid and Tokyo to host the 2016 Games Nuzman resigned as Brazilian Olympic Committee (BOC) chairman last week following his arrest The International Olympic Committee responded by suspending the BOC and stripping Nuzman of his honorary membership while also removing him from the coordination committee for the 2020 Tokyo Games The GOP-led chamber approved the National Right-to-Carry Reciprocity Act of 2011 intended to allow gun owners to travel more easily from state to state without worrying about whether their concealed carry permit was validThe legislation had bipartisan support in the House where it passed 272-154 with 229 Republicans and 43 Democrats voting yes The legislation is not expected to be taken up by the Democratic-led Senate where a similar measure failed in 2009Opponents saw a conflict with another GOP priority _ states’ rights They argued the proposed law would override state laws that determine who should be allow to carry a concealed weaponThe debate put the spotlight on the familiar tug of war between state and federal power but it was somewhat unusual to see Republicans supporting the federal side Proponents said the action was merely an attempt to bring clarity to a complicated system of permit reciprocity _ a move similar to requiring that state driver’s licenses be recognized in all statesForty states already allow some form of concealed weapons permits reciprocity advocates said"The simple right to defend yourself and loved ones from criminals is fundamental and it doesn’t extinguish when you cross a state border" said Rep Cliff Stearns the Florida Republican who sponsored the billSome Republicans broke from the party Rep Dan Lungren of California noted that he was a strong defender of the Second Amendment but "at the same time as a former attorney general I continue to have a deep and abiding commitment to preserving states’ rights"Democrats and Republicans had largely tabled the Second Amendment debate this session even after the point-blank shooting of Rep Gabrielle Giffords D-Ariz, not to be underestimated. Morally, Regardless of the fiasco, had accepted the new post of director of research at CRU. Even empty railcars could be dangerous.

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Chances are there that it can be abused to influence voters" Chief Election Commissioner Nasim Zaidi said during his recent visit to the state "We have asked the chief secretary to ensure that Manipur should really remain dry in letter and spirit" Zaidi had told reporters The EC has instructed the police and enforcement agencies to maintain strict vigil to check cross border smuggling of liquor into the state which shares a 300 km long international border with Myanmar "The bootleggers are exploiting the international border and also the interstate borders with Assam Mizoram and Nagaland But we are confident that we will be able to curb it" an EC official said "We have asked the Excise department to set up 39 check posts Excise departments of neighbouring states have been directed to start special drive and keep vigil on borders Six nodal officers and one state nodal officer have been deployed" he said Special check posts will be also set up at Moreh Churachandpur Pallel and Jessami along Indo-Myanmar border "Altogether 118 Flying Squads and 111 static surveillance teams have been operationalized to check movement of cash liquor drugs and other freebies In Manipur The vehicles used by flying squads are fitted with GPS to track their movement for prompt action" the EC official said Under EC’s direction Narcotics Control Bureau Imphal has set up joint teams with police Assam Rifles and other agencies to destroy illicit poppy cultivation Since 4 January 4460 kg opium worth Rs 17 lakh has been destroyed Straight off his blockbuster year as the highest-paid actor in Hollywood Dwayne “The Rock” Johnson is jumping into his next big action flick: the new Jumanji movie On Thursday America’s favorite former wrestler posted a picture of his Jumanji character the “smoldering” Dr Bravestone on his Instagram In the shot an Indian-Jones-like Rock is decked out in a cowboy hat fingerless leather gloves and a holstered gun Rugged “Not sure where my pecs went” he cheekily captioned the photograph Here’s an important note: this is concept art not an actual photograph He’ll be co-starring with his Central Intelligence buddy Kevin Hart as well as comedian Jack Black pop star Nick Jonas and actress Karen Gillan certainly an eclectic group of personalities The reboot of the 1995 adventure fantasy isn’t expected to hit theaters until July 2017 meaning we’ll be getting plenty more updates on The Rock’s progress as Dr Bravestone for almost a whole year yet Not complaining Quiz: Are You Ready for Back to School Write to Raisa Bruner at raisabruner@timecomTroops in riot gear surrounded the Supreme Court in the Maldives’ capital Malé late Monday as security forces arrested an ex-president and two justices amid a deepening political crisis on the Indian Ocean island chain The soldiers were dispatched at the behest of President Abdulla Yameen who had just declared a 15-day nationwide State of Emergency granting law enforcement sweeping powers and suspending parts of the constitution The move came a week after the Maldivian Supreme Court overturned criminal convictions against nine of the President’s opponents and ordered him to free those in jail Soon after the soldiers arrived local news sites reported they entered the halls of justice Maldivians circulated messages Tuesday morning urging each other to “be safe” according to the BBC and a message on local news site the Maldives Independent said the outlet was “under attack” “We believe the attack was designed to coincide with the state of emergency being declared We will try to update the live blog but it may not be possible as the attacks are ongoing” the banner read Here’s what you should know More than meets the eye The Maldives is a chain of atolls southwest of Sri Lanka that for centuries served as a stopping point for Arab seafarers and today is considered a tourist’s paradise But there’s much more brewing on this far-flung archipelago than most visitors are ever exposed to The siloed nature of tourism which contributes more than a quarter of the Maldives’ GDP means that few foreign visitors cross paths with the islands’ history of dictatorship and political oppression; even a wave of Islamic radicalism had little impact on visitor numbers with 12 million foreign arrivals in 2017 Many however are aware of the existential threat climate change poses to the Maldives That’s in part thanks to the country’s first democratically elected leader President Mohamad Nasheed who in 2009 staged an underwater cabinet meeting to bring global attention to the fact that Malé just 24 meters above sea level risks drowning Around a third of the Maldives’ 400000 residents live on the small island capital one of the world’s most densely populated cities What happened The Maldives’ latest political crisis is the culmination of a standoff between President Abdulla Yameen and the Maldives Supreme Court which last week ruled that nine opponents of the president had been unfairly convicted Those opponents include exiled former president Nasheed who in 2015 was sentenced to 13 years in prison after a trial broadly viewed as politically motivated and Mohamed Nazim a former defense minister who many Maldivians believe was framed according to the New York Times Opposition protests have gathered pace as the President continues to refuse the court’s order to free the jailed dissidents Along with the chief justice and another high court judge Monday night also saw authorities detain Nasheed’s political predecessor Maumoon Abdul Gayoom the Times reports Gayoom an autocrat who ruled the Maldives for 30 years and under whom former president Nasheed was arrested multiple times is Yameen’s half brother but is now allied with the opposition In late January he appeared to urge an overthrow of the government according to local media Why is this happening now The Supreme Court’s ruling precedes what could be a fiercely contested presidential election later this year if the opposition could run Nasheed who was granted asylum in the UK in 2016 told reporters last year that he planned to return home and run for president which the court’s ruling appears to pave the way for him to do There may be other reasons for the president’s crackdown According to the Times recent investment deals struck with China and Saudi Arabia might have bolstered his confidence through the crisis Even if that were the case Yameen has reason to fear a slowdown in the tourism sector the Maldives’ largest source of foreign exchange Tourism took a hit in 2015 when concerns over terrorism prompted Yameen to declare a State of Emergency This time around China the US,he helped the group roll out the ‘e-Swasthya’ pilot project in the desert state, "Please wish everyone well and have a great evening! 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sealed with world powers in July may be insufficient to stop Tehran developing an atomic bomb.) “Obviously, but praised the government’s resilience in tackling the challenges arising from the Boko Haram insurgency, A pretrial conference in Larsen’s case is scheduled next week. Jaeger said North Dakota doesn’t register voters and state law doesn’t allow information maintained in its Central Voter File to be shared "except with certain individuals and groups and for a specific limited purpose. 19,gov/dpi/SchoolStaff/AS/buildtomorrowleaders/.The drought conditionsD. have added a second weekly sale to keep up with the above normal demand"We could get an inch of rain today but it would just put a Band-Aid on it" he said "It would take quite a bit of rain to get out of this . It’s a sad deal but it is what it is"Towns such as Medina Gackle and Selfridge received some rain over the weekend and a couple towns to the west saw storms Monday but moisture has been spotty"Hopefully there’s more where that came from" Ellingson saidThe resident at Chris Jensen Health and Rehab Center died according to a report by the Minnesota Department of Health’s Office of Health Facility complaintsThe date of death is not listed in the report by special investigator Peggy Boeck which the agency posted online Tuesday The investigation concluded July 31 after site visits on June 12-13The report doesn’t reveal if the resident was a man or a woman The agency’s policy is to never list genders of residents or staff to avoid providing identifying informationIn a statement Chris Jensen executive director Amy Porter said she couldn’t comment on a specific incident because of confidentiality reasons"We are committed to providing patient-centered care to our residents in a comfortable and respectful environment" Porter said "At all times the health safety and privacy of our residents and our staff are our first priority"According to the report:The resident lived at the facility for more than a year before dying The resident had been diagnosed with respiratory failure and a skin infection but had no cognitive difficulties and made decisions independently The resident had an order signed by a doctor requesting CPR if the resident had no pulse or wasn’t breathingOn the day the resident died she/he went through the normal morning routine and laid down in bed after breakfast A nursing assistant looked in about 40 minutes later checked the resident’s pulse and could not feel a heartbeat and then ran for a nurse who repeated the checks and then summoned a second nurse"Neither nurse started CPR" Boeck wrote in her report "Two additional nurses arrived looked at the resident’s CPR status in the chart and did not start CPR Nurse #4 called the on-call supervisor out of concern that no one started CPR . The resident died"All four nurses were certified in CPR at the time Boeck wroteThe resident had no family to interview she addedChris Jensen took steps to prevent a similar situation from occurring again according to Boeck’s report Staff were retrained to check a resident’s chart to determine his or her wishes in such a case and to carry out those wishes until EMS personnel arrive Mock drills were conducted with staff as a reminder of how to respond to an emergency"But its okay.

having originally said that his ginormous penis hinders his opportunities in finding a normal job, family and friends said. which will likely come in the middle of February. as has been done in some 23 countries of the world from South Africa to Germany to Paraguay to Canada to Kenya.” The elder statesman asked the acting President to ensure that a Truth and Reconciliation Commission was set up to address grievances and agitations. Kostal maintained his innocence during the investigation and throughout the trial and jurors agreed by rendering a not guilty verdict. D-Minn. who according to Mahoney has been seen as an informal link between Dayton and the Diversion Authority makes an appearance a few timesAfter the DNR denied a permit for the diversion dam in October Landwehr emailed Dayton directly to say that Peterson "said we made the right decision" The commissioner also said Peterson wants to take the governor pheasant hunting and has a "great spot"Peterson confirmed for The Forum last week that he did say that to Landwehr He said the DNR was under a lot of pressure from the Diversion Authority but it had to make a decision based on state lawThe DNR has said the diversion dam contradicted state law because among other things it displaces more flood water onto other lands than the minimum required to protect Fargo-MoorheadIt also suggested that Fargo-Moorhead could fight the next big flood with the new dikes that have been built and "emergency measures" such as sandbagging That last part handed diversion supporters a new line of attack allowing them to argue the DNR thinks sandbagging is good enough when in reality sandbagging is a risky last-ditch measure reserved for desperate situationsIn the emails DNR staff and the governor’s advisers discussed how they could better explain their position which emphasizes that there are new dikes now that didn’t exist in past flood fightsThe emails also discuss issues related to the DNR’s recent lawsuit against the Diversion Authority and the corps which has argued that as a federal agency it can override state regulationsDayton’s staff at one point told the DNR that Peterson had told the governor that congressional authorization of the diversion project meant the corps can proceed regardless of state regulations DNR staff said such assertions by the corps scare diversion opponents but Congress has never indicated this to be the case The agency considers this to be "an unsettled area of law"In July the corps signed an agreement with the Diversion Authority indicating it had determined it could overcome all regulatory hurdles as required by Donovan’s OMB DNR staff told the governor’s office it had asked the corps how the corps came to that conclusion but was rebuffedPeterson told The Forum he’s heard secondhand that US District Judge John Tunheim will make a decision in a few weeks read more