first_imgWashington: The US State Department has said that terrorist groups continued to plot possible attacks in Sri Lanka and urged Americans visiting that country to exercise increased caution. “Terrorist groups continue plotting possible attacks in Sri Lanka,” a State Department Travel Advisory said. “Terrorists may attack with little or no warning, targeting tourist locations, transportation hubs, markets/shopping malls, local government facilities, hotels, clubs, restaurants, places of worship, parks, major sporting and cultural events, educational institutions, airports and other public areas,” it said. The advisory urged Americans travelling to Sri Lanka to be aware of the surroundings at tourist locations and crowded public venues and follow the instructions of local authorities. Some 290 people were killed in a string of suicide bombings in eight locations across Sri Lanka on Easter Sunday.last_img read more

Taroudante – Pope Francis washed and kissed the feet of Muslim, Orthodox, Hindu, and Catholic refugees during Holy Thursday celebrations, in a gesture to promote tolerance at a time when anti-Muslim and anti-immigrant sentiment has spiked following the Brussels attacks.Addressing nearly 900 asylum-seekers at a migrant reception center in Castelnuovo di Porto, north of Rome, the pontiff said “All of us together: Muslims, Hindus, Catholics, Copts, Evangelicals. But all brothers and children of the same God,” adding that “We want to live together in peace.”Three Muslims were among the twelve refugees who took part in the rituals of the Holy Thursday celebration, which reenacts the foot-washing Jesus performed on his apostles before being crucified. The gesture was also meant as a gesture of service and welcome.The Pope highlighted the need for brotherhood and tolerance despite people’s different religions and cultures.“We have different cultures and religions, but we are brothers and we want to live in peace,” Francis said in his homily, delivered off-the-cuff remarks in the windy courtyard of the center.Several migrants could not help but break into tears as the Pope humbly knelt before them, poured holy water from a brass pitcher over their feet, wiped them clean, and kissed them.According to the Vatican rules, the feet-washing ritual concerns only twelve Catholic men, who symbolically represent the twelve apostles of Jesus. However, Pope Francis broke the rules when performed the ritual on women and Muslims at a juvenile detention center only weeks after his 2013 election.The migrants were very happy at the visit of the Pope, receiving him with banners of “welcome” written in different languages. read more

Rabat – In the “complex” Wydad-EST dossier, the Court of Arbitration for Sports (CAS) has delivered a partial verdict which annuls the rematch option between the two clubs.CAS announced, on July 13, that it would deliver a final verdict by today, July 31. The announcement elicited mixed reactions of uncertainty and hope within the immediate circles of the two clubs, Morocco’s Wydad and Tunisia’s Esperance Tunis. Both teams claim that they have been wronged and deserve to win this year’s African Champions League. Instead, CAS’ verdict, even as it strongly overrules the previous rematch ruling made by CAF, the governing body of African football, has come with more doubts than answers. In its ruling, CAS is adamant that Wydad’s conclusions are wrong and that CAF’s call for rematch is “null and void.” But it does not say whether EST should be the winner, once again delaying the final answer which it said it would provide today.   After recounting the circumstances that led the two clubs to seek an intervention from CAS, the body explained, in a statement published earlier today, that the executive committee of the African Confederation of Football (CAF) does not have the legitimate authority to decide as it did on June 5— on a rematch of the second leg in neutral stadium.“The CAS team tasked with this issue has decided the CAF executive committee was not competent to rule for a rematch of the second leg of the final and has therefore decided to annul that decision,” CAS announced.Referring to both clubs’ opposition to a rematch, the statement added: “The two clubs’ conclusions have been partially admitted.” In their separate requests, both Wydad and EST claimed they should win the trophy.EST pointed out that it was winning 1-0 when the referee ended the match after tense disagreements over Wydad’s equalizer, which the referee had wrongfully ruled out for off side. By contrast, Wydad, also claiming to be the legitimate winner, built its case around the fact that they had no prior knowledge of the defective state of the VAR system at the Rades Stadium. On this point, CAS’ partial verdict sided with EST. “All other conclusions that WAC reached [except for its opposition on CAF’ rematch decision] have been definitely rejected, while those of EST will be taken into account in the final verdict.”As the statement went on to explain the “concrete” meaning of the decision, however, there came no clear answer to the question that everyone has been asking: Who will be champions if CAS rules out the rematch option? CAS’ answer was as confusing as its rejection of CAF’s rematch ruling was unmistakable. “Concretely, it is now CAF’s competent bodies’ responsibility to decide on the incidents that occurred at the Rades Stadium on May 31, to take adequate disciplinary measures, or rule whether the second leg of the final should be played again,” the statement noted. Having overruled CAF’s rematch decision because its executive committee lacked legitimacy to rule on the ETS-Wydad case, CAS is again asking “competent bodies” from the same CAF to decide on what should be next. In the meantime, while CAF takes time to decide, “CAS will continue to deliberate” by taking into account EST’ requests and CAF’s final decision, the statement concluded. The verdict leaves EST in a far comforting position than Wydad, but the confusion over CAF’s role—the fact that the final verdict will take CAF’s decision into account—means that this EST-Wydad saga is anything but over. If anything, a fierce power battle should be expected within CAF institutions in the coming weeks. read more

The General National Congress, the highest legislative authority in Libya, was reportedly due to vote today on a bill was proposed in December banning officials from Mr. Muammar al-Qadhafi’s regime and their associates from politics.According to media reports, protesters gathered outside the national assembly when the vote was postponed and refused to let the lawmakers leave, before finally relenting hours later. There are also reports of protestors shooting at the speaker of the parliament, Mohammed Magarief.The UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL) acknowledged that peaceful protest is a fundamental right, but cautioned that “it is of utmost importance at this critical juncture of Libya’s democratic transition to ensure that the democratically elected bodies and legitimate institutions of the State are enabled to carry out their duties in the service of the people in a conducive environment and that the integrity of their decisions is preserved.”In a news release, the Mission further said that it “strongly encourages” Libya’s political and community leaders as well as civil society activists and all Libyans, to ensure that the ongoing transition be based on the respect for the law, the democratic principles and peaceful political dialogue.“The Libyan people have committed to democracy as an irreversible choice and all Libyans owe it to their country and their revolution to come together and ensure that the political process is not derailed,” said the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of UNSMIL, Tarek Mitri.The General National Congress is working on a legal framework necessary for free, fair, and inclusive elections of the Constituent Assembly. Mr. Mitri has said that UNSMIL is ready to assist the Libyan authorities throughout the electoral process, at the Government’s request.The Mission is also assisting in promoting the rule of law and protecting human rights, restoring public security, countering illicit arms proliferation and coordinating international assistance. read more

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first_imgRTÉ HAS SCOOPED two awards for its Documentary on One series in Berlin tonight.RTÉ Radio 1′s radio documentary series collected two awards at the Prix Europa 2013, an international public service media competition.It won for Best European Radio Documentary of the Year 2013 with the entry, Documentary on One – Message in a Bottle. This was produced by Peter Mulryan and the series producer of the Documentary on One, Liam O’Brien.It was also awarded a special commendation of second place for Best European Radio Investigation of the Year 2013 with The Echo Chamber: The Story of Jihad Jane, which was produced by Ciaran Cassidy with sound supervision by Mark Dwyer.Lorelei Harris, RTE Radio 1′s Editor of Arts, Features and Drama said she is “absolutely delighted” with these awards. They are of the highest industry standard and I am thrilled that once again the work of the ‘Documentary on One’ team has been recognised for its excellence and outstanding contribution to Irish radio.Entries in the Prix Europa are listened to or viewed in a group, then assessed and evaluated in a public and open debate and with jurors then casting their votes.Sir David Attenborough was also honoured at tonight’s Prix Europa with a Lifetime Achievement Award.Read: Radio documentary on school stand-off wins gold award in New York>last_img read more

first_imgTWO AMERICAN PARATROOPERS charged with raping and beating a pregnant Romanian prostitute will stand trial in Italy, the justice ministry has said.The two soldiers, aged 21 and 22, were arrested on Wednesday for the alleged attack in Vicenza in northern Italy, where the paratroopers are based.“The two soldiers will be put on trial in Italy. This decision is final,” Justice Minister Andrea Orlando said on Twitter.Italian police, who did not name the woman, said the paratroopers were accused of kidnapping and raping the woman earlier this month, before beating her, stealing her wallet and dumping her in a field.One of the soldiers had been accused of raping a 17-year-old girl in a separate incident last November, police said.In the latest attack, officers tracked down the soldiers after the woman memorised the numberplate of their car.“There are two large US military bases in Vicenza where many Americans reside,” Vincenza’s mayor Achille Variati told AFP.“They live in Italy, they have to respect Italian law. He who breaks the rules must face the same consequences as an Italian citizen,” he said.The paratroopers are currently under house arrest at the Del Din military barracks in Vincenza, police said.© – AFP 2014Read Sinn Féin wants to call TDs back from their holidays to talk about GazaRead “We didn’t think it was appropriate.”- Charlie Flanagan defends Ireland’s abstention on Gaza votelast_img read more

first_img Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram The fascination with interest rates and inflation is not always constructive. The disrupter is a company that enters the high-barrier industry with a promise of being different: different price, level of service or product. Or a combination.We, as individuals, hold no sway over inflation, official interest rates or standard variable mortgage rates as they appear in our mortgage statements. But we’re all consumers and that gives us enormous power if we’re prepared to use it. In particular, individual borrowers have the power to change entire industries if they spend their money with the companies known as Disrupters. Let me explain: in what they call ‘high barrier-to-entry’ industries – airlines, phone companies, power companies, petrol station networks, supermarkets – the barriers to entry are enormous because you need so much capital to even get started. The incumbent companies in these industries are called Defenders, because they have a near-monopoly and they try to exclude new entrants so they can defend their high prices. Only one thing makes the defenders change their prices, and that’s competition. Which is where the disrupter comes in. The disrupter is a company that enters the high-barrier industry with a promise of being different: different price, level of service or product. Or a combination. Mostly, the disrupter offers a different access point to what has been a closed industry. Examples include Virgin Blue for air travel, United for petrol stations, Aldi in supermarkets. The disrupter creates choice and in doing so can change an industry, making all participants lower their prices and improve their products. This works under one condition: that you, the consumers, are willing to buy goods and services from the disruptive company. In the decade 1995 to 2005, a group of disrupters challenged the Australian mortgage lending industry. In that decade, lenders such as Wizard, Rams and Aussie reduced their own mortgage margins, making better value loans. Which made the banks drop their margins too. Thus, competition forced prices down for all borrowers. I lived through this as chairman of Wizard Home Loans. Nevertheless, as I tell people who want me to claim the kudos for this period, it was the consumers who really changed the game. They saw a choice and voted with their feet. For the past several years the economic cycle has been with the defenders of the mortgage industry, the banks. Their margins have been rising, but I believe the cycle is now turning to the disrupters. Low price mortgage lenders are entering the market again and in my own company, Yellow Brick Road, we have competitive price home loans and a different access point to the mortgage market. But this time, we’re offering expert advice for business owners and householders, through our team of accountants, solicitors and financial planners. So, yes, the disrupters are making a come back and offering a choice. But then it’s up to you, the consumer: either take what’s handed to you, or change the game.Mark Bouris is the Executive Chairman of Yellow Brick Road, a financial services company offering home loans, financial planning, accounting & tax and insurance. Email Mark on with any queries you may have or check for your nearest branch.last_img read more

first_imgArsenal midfielder Lucas Torreira says he’s “really happy” to score the only goal in their narrow 1-0 victory against Huddersfield Town at the Emirates.Torreira pulled off a stunning acrobatic effort to score the winner as Arsenal struggled to break down a resilient Huddersfield team.The Uruguayan midfielder was also on target in the north London derby last weekend and is pleased to be getting in on the goals.“When the ball went to the back post, I saw Auba control the ball and got myself into the box because I thought he might put it straight back in,” Torreira told the club’s website.Premier LeaguePremier League Betting: Match-day 5 Stuart Heath – September 14, 2019 Going into the Premier League’s match-day five with a gap already beginning to form at the top of the league. We will take a…“The goalie made it hard for him so Auba hung it up and I was there waiting. It was just the goalscorer’s instinct that all players have – thankfully it came off and the goal meant we won the game.“I am really happy, really happy. I work really hard throughout the week to make these moments happen at the weekend because that’s the most important thing.“These goals help the team to keep winning, keep improving and keep building confidence. We have a fantastic team and a great group and we enjoy playing together.“The goal is for the fans too – they show up every week and follow us to all the different stadiums. They’re always there so this goal is for them first and foremost.”last_img read more

first_imgBayern Munich manager Niko Kovac, wanted to warn PSG that Renato Sanches is not leaving and he confirmed that he is also happy with James.Portuguese midfielder Renato Sanches has made a great impression on manager Niko Kovac at Bayern Munich, he confirmed that he doesn’t want PSG getting in their business and he also praised James Rodriguez for his recent performances.The transfer market is going crazier by the minute, Paris Saint-Germain just went into emergency mode when Barcelona announced Frenkie de Jong’s transfer and this sparked a chain reaction that has every single club with top class midfielders trembling with fear.The French giants are determined to find a proper player who can substitute the absence of Marco Verratti and missing Adrien Rabiot, but their options are too limited and they have started looking in clubs that are quickly turning their backs on them.The latest to deny them any chances of negotiation are Bayern Munich, as PSG has reportedly made contact with Renato Sanches’ agent and this has really angered manager Niko Kovac because he considers the young Portugues a key player in his squad.The boss recently spoke about PSG coming after his player, he also hinted that James Rodriguez may not leave because he’s improved a lot lately.Niko Kovač on Renato Sanches:”I’m really pleased with Renato and convinced he’ll play a lot of games in the rest of this season.”We could have nine games in 30 days in April, which is a hell of a lot, and we’ll need every player.”Staying put, for the time being.— Scouted Football (@ScoutedFtbl) January 25, 2019As Bayern Munich gets ready for the upcoming Bundesliga match at Stuttgart on Sunday, Kovac wanted to let the press know that Paris Saint-Germain won’t get away with their intentions of taking Renato away from the Bavarian club.“I made it clear that Renato cannot go, even though PSG was and still is very interested,” said Kovac via Four Four Two.“He’s doing very well right now, I do not want to give him up. I know PSG has one or two midfield problems, but that’s not our problem.”“I’m very happy with Renato, and I’m convinced he will play a lot of games in the second half of the season.”“We will need each player, we saw in the first half of the season. If players fall, we cannot downsize our squad.”Kovac also praised James and thus hinted at the Colombian also staying at the club: “James is a top footballer, a great kid, but that’s the same for everyone else,” Kovac added.RB Leipzig, Bayern Munich, Robert LewadowskiMatch Preview: RB Leipzig vs Bayern Munich Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 RB Leipzig will have the chance to prove their title-winning capabilities when they host Bayern Munich today at 18:30 (CET).“You have to offer yourself in training, but that does not mean he’s doing less [than the others] – on the contrary.”“We got it right last week [against Hoffenheim] with Leon [Goretzka] as the No.10, but I will not and cannot promise anything to anyone.”“I also have to decide on the centre-backs. Everyone trains well, and James did well against Hoffenheim.”Bayern Munich head coach Niko Kovac is not planning to let Renato Sanches leave this month, amid reported interest from Paris Saint-Germain. #FCBayern #PSG— FootballTransferNews (@FTransferNews) January 25, 2019The German giants cannot afford to sell any of their best players at this stage of the season, they have never really been a club that sells their top footballers as they have always been financially stable and their only goal is to compete at the very top for all the trophies for decades.The current Bundesliga season has proved to be quite challenging for Niko Kovac and his players, as they have found an important opposition in Borussia Dortmund and have to climb six points in order to reach the league leaders at the top of the table.So we can easily assume that selling some of their best players this season won’t be something that Bayern Munich will be looking forward to, they need all the creativity and talent they can get in order to keep fighting for all the trophies.The German giants also have Liverpool to think about, they are the squad that will face them in the Champions League’s Round of 16 when February comes knocking on everybody’s door.And also, Bayern is still very much alive in the Pokal with options to win another potential treble this season.Adrien Rabiot 🇫🇷🛫 ➡️🛬🇩🇪Renato Sanches 🇩🇪🛫➡️🛬🇫🇷Q: Could PSG and Bayern Munich be set to sensationally swap midfielders before the end of the January transfer window?Niko Kovac: “No chance!”— The Swype Sports ⚽ (@TheSwypeSports) January 25, 2019What do you think about Niko Kovac’s sudden change of heart in regards to James Rodriguez’s future at Bayern Munich? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img read more

first_imgDavid LaPain. (Photo by Anne Hillman, KSKA – Anchorage)The State has a new library – for rocks. The new Geologic Materials Center opened in Anchorage Wednesday in what used to be the old Sam’s Club. The facility is aimed at giving industry members, academics and the public access to the wealth of data kept in core samples from around the state.Download AudioMore than a hundred people milled about a white concrete room, pouring over conveyor-like roller tables holding boxes of rocks. Some of the cylindrical core samples showed cross sections of rough sediment. Others were a smooth grey.“Do you feel how gritty that is?” asked Jim Carson from Canrig Drilling Technology. “That’s sandstone.”(Photo by Anne Hillman, KSKA – Anchorage)He offered an impromptu lesson on oil reservoir geology. “So that’s the sand with the oil. And some of this stuff, I know it sounds gross, if you go smell that dark looking stuff,” he said while pointing to a deep black core sample, “you’ll smell oil. There’s actually oil in there.”Around the room guests furtively dipped their noses to the samples. Carson said the new facility is nothing like the old center in Eagle River.“To actually see it in this setting now, compared to a dark Conex out in Eagle River with a flashlight, is a huge step forward. This is a world class facility here in Alaska, and we should be very proud of it.”The state spent $24.5 million and two years to buy and renovate the old warehouse store. They originally planned to spend 9 years and nearly $45 million to build a completely new facility.Dave LaPain, a geologist with the Department of Natural Resources who heads the Energy Section, said the core collection is an invaluable resource for oil and gas developers in the state because it can help them make predictive models without spending millions on drilling new wells.“A facility like this, I think, is an economic engine for the state. Because as the bigger companies tend to leave the state and the smaller companies tend to come in the state [and have fewer resources for exploration], whatever we can do to help them to have a leg up and help them learn the geology of the basin they’re exploring in, we should do.”(Photo by Anne Hillman, KSKA – Anchorage)GMC Curator Ken Papp said the center is like a library of more than 100,000 boxes of rocks where companies and individuals can check out cores and even take new, small samples from them.“So it’s kind of a back and forth between promoting science and the knowledge of the rocks we have here and yet keeping things accessible and preserved for future generations to learn about.”Some students started learning about the rocks during the opening ceremony.Eighth graders from Clark Middle School streamed down the endless rows of towering orange shelves. Some, like Emmanuel Nansen, stopped into the private sample viewing rooms. He peered at beige rock cores wondering how to extract gold from them. He couldn’t see the point of studying lava.“What do you make out of it?” he said looking at an array of tan and black rocks.Despite his skepticism, Nansen and his classmate Brandon Sperry say the rocks piqued their interest.“Do you guys think you’ll do geology, be involved with rocks when you’re older?” I asked.“Yeah. Probably,” said Nansen.“50% chance,” said Sperry.Most of the center’s samples will stay in Eagle River until the end of winter when it’s cheaper to move them. The new center is large enough to almost quadruple the size of the collection through donations. They can also store permafrost and lake sediment samples in the same freezers and refrigerators that used to hold ice cream and bacon.last_img read more

first_imgRoad Accident logoThree people were killed and six others injured when a bus plunged into a roadside ditch on Dhaka-Sylhet highway at Pitua in Nabiganj upazila of Habiganj on Thursday, reports news agency UNB.Identities of the deceased could not be known immediately.The accident took place in the area around 10:30am when a Habiganj-bound bus from Sylhet fell into a roadside ditch as its driver lost control over the steering, leaving three killed on the spot and six others injured, said highway police camp officer-in-charge Bimal Chandra Bhoumik.The injured were taken to Sylhet Osmani Medical College hospital.last_img

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first_imgIndia International Centre has organised an exhibition of 75 selected images of mountains and forests, lakes and rivers, from the heart of Himalaya, seen by the wandering lens of Deb Mukharji over six decades.Titled ‘Tall tales from the Himalaya’, the art show was inaugurated by Yashwant Sinha, former Union Minister on February 7, and will be on view until February 19, at at the Art Gallery, Kamaladevi Complex, IIC. Though an ‘amateur’ photographer by definition, Deb Mukharji’s work has received recognition and appreciation by critics and viewers. Eminent film director late Mrinal Sen had commented “Pleasure to feel poetry through lens” and Goutam Ghose had found it a “Wonderful journey”. Mukharji is the author of Magic of Nepal (Rupa 2005), Visions of the Infinite (Nepalaya 2009) and A Quest Beyond the Himalaya (Niyogi 2013), the latter two on his three visits to Kailash and Manasarovar. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfHis photographs, including on architecture and dance, have been carried by prominent journals. Deb Mukharji has held solo exhibitions in Delhi, at the India International Centre, in 1994 and 2002, at the Drik Gallery in Dhaka in 2000 and at The Academy of Fine Arts in Kolkata in 2003. Though Mukharji has worked extensively with Kodachrome in the past, his preferred medium is black and white. The current exhibition will largely feature his black and white photographs.last_img read more

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