Rabat- The victims of arbitrary expulsion from Algeria have asked the International Court of Justice in The Hague to take action against Algeria over crimes against humanity allegedly committed by the Algerian regime in 1975. A statement issued by the Association for the Defense of Moroccan Victims of Expulsion from Algeria (ADEMA), said that it has filed a lawsuit against the Algerian authorities in the International Court of Justice The complaint comes after Algeria refused to implement the United Nations’ recommendations that call for the recognition of Moroccans’ rights and the recovery of their property in Algeria.In a press conference held on Thursday in Rabat, ADEMA’s president, Miloud Chaouch stated that “the arbitrary expulsion of about 350,000 Moroccans from Algeria and the theft of their property, is one of the most odious crimes ever perpetrated against humanity committed by this regime.” The Moroccan government has been calling upon the Algerian government to discuss the situation of the displaced Moroccans who were expelled from Algeria in 1975.Last month, Mbarka Bouaida, Morocco’s Minister Delegate to the Minister of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation, ratified a call to the Algerian authorities to convene a meeting of the Moroccan-Algerian joint committee to address the rights of the Moroccan victims of expulsion from the country.However, Algiers has not shown willingness to discuss the matter, continues to ignore its responsibility for injustice, and refuses to give the victims a satisfactory explanation for its actions.ADEMA’s president, Miloud Chaouch goes so far as to accuse the Moroccan Ministry of Foreign Affairs and Cooperation of avoiding the subject. He called upon the Ministry to do more than just calling for the Algerian authorities to discuss this matter.In December 1975, the government of the late Houari Boumediene and his assistant at the time, current president Abdelaziz Bouteflika, expelled over 45,000 Moroccans from Algeria.Miloud Chaouch said that despite Moroccans’devotion and sacrifices during Algeria’s strides toward independence, “they were bused to the Moroccan borders and left without food or shelter.”“Once independence was achieved, the Algerian regime dropped the mask and attacked the real fighters and sons of martyrs who had sacrificed their lives for a free, democratic and independent Algeria,” Miloud Chaouch concluded.Edited by Elisabeth Myers
State Minister of Defence Ruwan Wijewardane says the tri forces are there to protect the country and to ensure National security and not to fulfill any political agendas.Wijewardane said that President Maithripala Sirisena as the Defence Minister is continuously offering guidance and instruction to ensure and further strengthen National security. He said this at a ceremony to distribute Virusara privilege cards among the Virusara beneficiaries of the Western province, held at the Regimental Headquarters of the Sri Lanka Light Infantry in Panagoda today. Wijewardane said the Government will not allow any person or any organization to impact or influence National security. During today’s ceremony a total of 1724 beneficiaries including 1362 beneficiaries from the Army, 283 from the Navy, 45 from the Air Force, 24 from Police and 10 from the Civil Security Department received Virusara cards. (Colombo Gazette)
The four-year-old Townsend girl run over by a car in Hagersville earlier this month remains on the long road to recovery.Her story has caught the attention of hundreds of well-wishers who have opened their hearts and their wallets to her family’s predicament.A GoFundMe page was set up soon after Maeve Field and her brother were hit on the sidewalk by an out-of-control motorist in downtown Hagersville March 9.The initial goal was $25,000. Proceeds were to help the family defray the extraordinary costs of attending to their daughter’s prolonged stay at McMaster Children’s Hospital in Hamilton.Eight days after that posting, the goal was expanded to $100,000. As of Thursday afternoon, 1,345 people had contributed $102,531 with more yet to come.In an update on Maeve’s condition posted on the internet, mother Gloria Field says the youngster is holding her own and that the road to recovery will be a long one.“Maeve is an absolute miracle,” Field says in a video posted on the GoFundMe page.“We continue to walk the path toward healing one step at a time knowing our care circle keeps on growing. There are still more surgeries and procedures to endure. With that will come much patience and faith, and with it positive forward momentum.”The youngster was put into a medically-induced coma soon after her arrival in hospital.Last week, the family reported that Maeve suffered “extensive, life-threatening, devastating injuries from head to toe” and that – after multiple surgeries lasting more than 20 hours – “her life is forever changed.”Maeve and her family had just purchased gardening supplies at a hardware store in Hagersville when a motorist parked on the other side of Main Street shifted into reverse and careened across the road onto the sidewalk. The vehicle and its 80-year-old driver came to rest against a building.Maeve’s 13-year-old brother was hit and injured while the vehicle came to rest on top of the four-year-old. Her brother is expected to recover.Maeve’s father Ian Field managed to extricate the child. A passer-by drove father and daughter to West Haldimand General Hospital nearby. Once she was stabilized, OPP escorted an ambulance containing the injured girl to Hamilton.“We thank God for his grace and enduring love,” Gloria Field says in the video. “His eye is on the sparrow and we know He’s watching over Maeve.”As a tribute to first responders, Domino’s Pizza in Simcoe will devote the proceeds from selected pizza sales to the Maeve Field fund on Saturday, March 30.
NEW YORK, N.Y. – The unseasonably warm weather has left some people feeling cold about holiday shopping.Rosemarie Nowicki, who lives in Berkeley Heights, N.J., finally spent some of her holiday budget last weekend buying coats online for her family because she hated the thought of being stuck in a store with such mild temperatures outside.“It’s hard to get into the holiday spirit; I’ve been walking around in short-sleeve shirts and capri leggings,” Nowicki says. “I was certainly not going to the mall.”Turns out, lots of shoppers feel the same way as temperatures in cities across the country, including New York and Philadelphia, near record levels for December. The balmy weather hasn’t done anything to entice Americans to venture out and shop, which has hurt sales at stores that depend on the holiday season for up to 40 per cent of their annual revenue.Planalytics, a weather forecasting firm for retailers, estimates so far this season mall-based clothing stores have lost $343 million in sales compared with last year. That’s the largest weather-related loss since 1998 when a devastating ice storm hit parts of the Northeast.Sales of cold-weather items have been particularly icy. Sales of women’s boots in New York, for instance, are down 24 per cent for the first half of December, according to Planalytics. And First Data, which analyzes payments at stores and online, said fur sales fell 20 per cent from Oct. 31 through Monday.“Winter didn’t happen and so the clothes, the scarves are not selling,” said Ron Friedman, head of the retail and consumer products group at accounting firm Marcum LLP. As a result, he says shoppers will see discounts of 75 per cent in after Christmas.The fair-weathered shopping challenge underscores how U.S. consumers, still affected by the Great Recession, remain strategic in their buying patterns. It’s a habit they picked up during the economic downturn that’s remained ever since.Many shoppers only buy what they can wear, so it stands to reason that they’re not buying coats, boots and hats this year. And since cold-weather items are also hot gifts during the holiday shopping season, many of those items are left on store shelves. C. Britt Beemer, America’s Research Group, a consumer research firm, estimates that cold-weather items account for 26 per cent of overall holiday clothing sales.The National Retail Federation, nation’s largest retail group, is still sticking by its prediction earlier in the season that sales in November and December will rise 3.7 per cent to $630.5 billion. That would mark a slowdown from the 4.1 per cent growth last year.And figures from First Data show higher overall sales growth for the period from Oct. 31 through Monday compared to the year-ago period. Analysts believe that online businesses are actually benefiting from the warm weather, offsetting sluggish traffic at the stores.“Warm weather has helped online shopping rather than hurt it,” said Beemer, adding that people who don’t want to be stuck at a mall are buying gift cards online.Still, the unusually warm weather is a concern.Marc Kaufman, CEO of the upscale furrier that operates one store in New York City but mostly sells online, says business is down 5 per cent. The decline in its Northeast business has been partially offset by its online operations. But Kaufman figures if the weather was colder, sales for the holiday season would be up 30 per cent.“If it weren’t for online, I would be in severe trouble,” he said.The cold reception by shoppers is forcing retailers to be creative to try to lure them into stores.Some stores are offering bigger discounts than they ordinarily would. Macy’s, for example, is advertising 70 per cent off some men’s sweaters and 75 per cent off children’s outerwear this weekend, while Kohl’s is slashing prices of puffy jackets to $39.99 from the original $100.Sears is relocating its grills to the front part of its outdoor living sections in the Northeast, where it’s been unseasonable warm.And Overstock.com is featuring resort wear like swimsuits on its website before Christmas. Overstock.com, which doesn’t own the inventory, said it’s directing shoppers to what they need now.“When there’s no snow, we don’t advertise coats,” said Amy Browning, merchandise manager of Overstock.com. by Anne D’Innocenzio, The Associated Press Posted Dec 18, 2015 10:34 am MDT Last Updated Dec 18, 2015 at 11:23 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Warm weather trips up retailers but shoppers will see more fat deals FILE – In this Nov. 27, 2015 file photo, shoppers carry bags as they cross a pedestrian walkway near Macy’s in Herald Square in New York. The unseasonably warm weather has left some people feeling cold about holiday shopping. Sales of cold-weather items have been particularly icy. Sales of women’s boots in New York, are down 24 percent for the first half of December, according to Planalytics, a weather forecasting firm for retailers. (AP Photo/Bebeto Matthews)
“As many as 250,000 Iraqis could be displaced from their homes with the anticipated escalation of conflict in densely-populated western Mosul,” Matthew Saltmarsh, a spokesperson for the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR), told reporters in Geneva. The military operations to oust ISIL began on 17 October last year in eastern Mosul, which, according to UN agencies on the ground, is now under the Government control.Mr. Saltmarsh said UNHCR has seven camps completed and two under construction. UNHCR is currently able to provide some 11,000 families, or 66,000 people, with shelter as part of the Mosul response, a figure which should expand to 20,000 families, or 120,000 individuals, in the near-term, once land is allocated. The refugee agency continues to seek additional land for new camps, reception and transit areas, to assist people closer to Mosul. By the end of March, it is anticipated that the Government of Iraq, working with UNHCR and its partners, could potentially host 41,155 families, or 246,930 people, in camps and emergency sites.Some 161,178 people have been displaced from Mosul and surrounding areas since the military offensive began in October, but nearly 30,000 of them have returned to their places of origin.Returnees are keen to resume their lives and told UNHCR that the re-opening of schools and government offices was a factor in their decision to return. In some areas, security and the lack of food and water remain a concern. Some returnees continue to rely on emergency relief items, including kerosene, which they received while in camps. UNHCR is also assisting increasing numbers fleeing Hawiga, 130 km south-east of Mosul, due deteriorating living conditions and the expected intensification of military operations. Inter-agency planning estimates predict that up to 114,000 individuals could be displaced from Hawiga. So far, 82,128 people have fled since August 2016. Until recently, people had been leaving Hawiga in smaller numbers but hundreds are now fleeing eastwards daily towards Salah al-Din and Kirkuk. UNHCR’s 2016 Mosul emergency response appeal for $196 million was 57 percent funded. For 2017, it is seeking $578 million for its work with Iraqi internally displaced persons and Iraqi refugees in the region. UNHCR has distributed emergency items, including quilts and blankets, to more than 178,000 people, and provided nearly 53,000 people affected by the Mosul conflict with protection assistance.
USU Eastern Press ReleaseThe son of renowned sculptor and long-time art instructor at College of Eastern Utah, James L. Young, returns to Price for a month-long ceramic and sculpture exhibit in Utah State University’s Gallery East from Feb. 11-March 8.Todd Young grew up in Price and studied under his father, James. After graduation from CEU, he attended Brigham Young University, majoring in industrial arts. While at the Y, he worked at Wasatch Bronze foundry in Lehi and decided to become an art educator like his father.He transferred to USU, where he received his Bachelor’s of Fine Arts degree, and started teaching art at Northridge High School and moved to the new Syracuse High School, where he also teaches art.“The nature of my art experience started at a very young age,” Young said. “I was blessed to have been mentored by my father for 44 wonderful years. It was over that period of time that I was able to develop an art experience of collaboration and self-discovery.“In one sense the last 10 years, my artwork has been a very personal journey in search of order, minimalism, form and texture. In another sense, it has become a very public act in the attempt to express and share, with others my realization and discoveries.”“In my view, each ceramic vessel and sculptural form represents a unique social and spiritual connection and an association to all people,” Young explains. “It is my hope that each piece, whether it is a ceramic vessel or a sculptural form, creates a timelessness and universal connection to the very sense of humanity.”In addition to Young’s ceramics and sculptural pieces, the gallery features a traveling exhibit of paper collage, sponsored by the Utah Division of Arts & Museums (UDAM). The exhibit, titled “Arrangements, A Survey of Utah Collage,” combines collage works from the state of Utah’s Fine Art Collection as well as artwork from some of Utah’s finest collage and mixed media artists. Collage, assemblage, photomontage and mixed media artists in Utah have a long and rich history of practice in the state.The exhibit includes artworks by Trent Thursby Alvey, Erin Barrett, Gary Barton, Ed Bateman, Namon Bills, Liberty Blake, Noel Carmack, Jane Christensen, Wayne Chubin, Deborah Durban, Maury Haseltine, Jim Jacobs, Jason Lanegan, Bill Lee, Dennis Martinez, Dottie Miles, Jenny Ostraff, Bruce Robertson, Chauncey Secrist and Sam Wilson.A statement by the UDAM read, “We wanted to bring together the work of modern-day professionals and earlier practitioners of various forms of collage together in an exhibition we could share with people across the state. We hope that this assortment of works will inspire viewers to consider creating collage of their own, to explore their worlds and to think about the everyday materials around them that could be incorporated into their art-making.”Located in the Central Instruction Building, Gallery East is free and open to the public during the academic year from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. It is closed weekends and holidays. The artist’s reception is Friday, Feb. 22, from 6-8 p.m.For more information, contact Noel Carmack at (435) 613-5241 or email email@example.com.
The fifth meeting of the Human Rights Task Force will take place Thursday, Oct. 6 from 9-11 a.m. in Cairns 207. Members of the Brock community are welcome to attend. Please refer to the Task Force website for more information.
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Even though the Irish are a small country Presidency with a very stretched Brussels presence, they have been attentive to transatlantic relations.According to the “home-stretch” report document, which was originally classified as ‘Secret/Not for Foreign Dissemination’, the Irish were “quite good” about ensuring US views were considered at EU level.“For example, under the Irish Presidency’s leadership, a French-led “rush” to lift the EU arms embargo against China was successfully slowed down. The Irish have been working to kick this issue down to the Dutch presidency or possibly later. This has been in the US interest and the Irish deserve credit for their efforts (as does the lobbying of our embassies in member states).”“The Irish cut a deal with the Palestinians…”The embassy was less impressed with Ireland’s stance on the 6 May Palestinian UNGA resolution on the status of the occupied Palestinian territory.“The Irish cut a deal with the Palestinians, railroaded some member states (eg the Netherlands) with an end result that isolated the US,” reads the cable.“While we can appreciate that the Irish have not picked transatlantic fights over the Mid-East, they (and most other members) have been hesitant to embrace a Greater Mid-East Initiative too warmly.“The Presidency has been virtually invisible in Brussels so far, letting the Commission take the lead in discussing GME with the US. However, under Irish leadership, the Irish led an effort to forge a new EU strategy to the region, crafting helpful language on the need for political and economic reform and an enhanced role for women in the region, as well as on EU readiness to achieve ‘complementarity’ with the US.”According to European counterparts, Ireland also compared favourably with the more “erratic” Italian presidency.“The Irish have been relatively successful at being a good ‘European’ presidency. In particular, the Irish worked quite hard to ‘celebrate’ EU enlargement, and have tried to move the EU constitutional process forward – despite deep member-state disagreements. As a result, as the Irish seek to exercise their ‘political will’ to move US/EU summit deliverables through the EU political process, they should be in a better position to deliver than the Italian Presidency,” the commentary concluded.Read: 400 events promoting Irish arts organised across Europe for Ireland’s EU Presidency IRELAND’S CURRENT PRESIDENCY of the European Union is being hailed as a massive opportunity for the periphery economy to make its mark on the continent.But how did the nation do last time around?According to the US, we scored a “tentative B” for the 2004 presidency of the EU.In a cable released by Wikileaks, the US embassy in Brussels told the White House that the Irish were “reactively helpful honest brokers” on most issues of concern to America, including the war on terrorism, the Balkans and a common asylum policy.The Bush administration also praised Ireland for its role in counter-terrorism following the 11 March Madrid train bombing, something it described as a “significant achievement for a presidency with so little bureaucratic capacity for dealing with such a complex and sensitive policy area”.However, Ambassador Foster said the country “pushed its own agenda on the mid-East and Africa even if this means isolating the US”. He also believed Ireland was not “particularly forthright in tipping [US government] off about potential problems”.Overall, the report card stated:
IRELAND DEFENDER Richard Dunne will not be offered new terms by Aston Villa and will have to now look for a new club, according to reports.The veteran Dubliner missed the entirety of the season since returning to the Premier League club with hip and groin injuries in the wake of Ireland’s disastrous Euro 2012 campaign a year ago.Paul Lambert — who has not seen Dunne line out for Villa since his arrival at the club 12 months ago — has now decided to leave Dunne go.The former Everton and Man City man will be 34 in September.More to follow‘We’ll help him earn big money move’ – Atletico Madrid happy to let Falcao leave
Last week signalled a number of pivotal mental health schemes in Victoria. The R U OK? initiative celebrated its annual campaign, aimed at growing mental health awareness, which complemented a forum held in Melbourne by various industry bodies aspiring to address key policy issues faced by people living with mental illnesses. The forum, ‘Lifting the Lid on Mental Health 2014’, was a platform that instigated dialogue amongst industry experts and guests about policy issues in the lead up to November’s Victorian election. Present was the Victorian Mental Illness Awareness Council (VMIAC), Tandem and VICSERV, and 17 other bodies involved in the industry. The forum was attended by Victorian Minister for Mental Health Mary Wooldridge, Shadow Minister for Health Gavin Jennings and The Green’s health spokesperson Colleen Hartland. In an outpouring of expertise, despair, and emotional and mental grief, presenters appealed to the parliamentarian’s humanity, and portfolios, in order to put the issue of mental illness on the political radar.Along with reforms that have already been implemented in Victoria in July (as reported in Neos Kosmos last month), the federal National Disability Insurance Scheme (NDIS) was on the agenda, which experts claimed could complement the state government’s initiatives, if gaps in both schemes are resolved.VICSERV spokesperson Kim Koop spoke of the overwhelming public perception faced by people with mental disorders. Whilst she was full of praise for governmental actions, she warned against complacency, claiming that both sides of politics “need to start looking for dollars” to ensure people with mental illness, and their families, can be active community members. Her claims did not go unheard, with Ms Wooldridge praising the Victorian system and emphasising the current Liberal government’s actions, which include a 25 per cent increase to funding over four years, and a pledge to broaden mental health prevention activities, along with strengthening mental health services, focusing on decreases in restrictive intervention and increasing women’s safety in mental health services. Ms Wooldridge also made reference to GBLTIQ people who may be susceptible to suicide.The minister’s ALP counterpart Gavin Jennings said that the mental health system is faced with a “precarious situation”, and that the links between the NDIS and recent Victorian reform were “a glass half empty” (or half full, depending on which side of politics you find yourself on). Mr Jennings claimed that “real time” improvements are required, but fell short of suggesting what requirements his party would implement, if it is elected. The Greens’ health spokesperson Colleen Hartland said that her party supported the introduction of the NDIS, claiming she would honour the agreement, whilst pledging $1.67-$2.5 billion to mental health over five years, if her party is successful at the November election. Ms Hartland said proposed gaps in the NDIS and new Victorian legislation may be problematic for mental health sufferers, as inherently strict eligibility requirements posed by both schemes make helping those with illness difficult, especially if a patient’s illness is too episodic or not severe enough. Ms Hartland said that the government must look at securing quality housing for those recovering from mental health issues.Greek Australian mental health consumer advocate Evan Bichara, who was present at the forum, felt very positive about the discussions. “I think Mary Wooldridge presented well. She covered the reform processes and she highlighted the fact that it’s going to take time until we see results from these reforms, and I totally agree with her on that, it’s not something that can be seen overnight.“Reform processes have been written down and they’ve been put into legislation but to see them implemented or to see results coming out of them, it’s going to take a fair while before we see anything. I think that’s what she was honing in on, and I’d agree with that.”He felt that the forum was a step in the right direction in putting the mental health discussion on the political agenda.“I feel that to some extent yes, it aired the reforms to some carers that were there that may have not known of them, and consumers as well, it aired those reform processes.”Mr Bichara urged anybody suffering from a mental illness to speak up and seek help. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
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Goma, Congo, May 17, 2019 — Gabon’s media regulator should immediately lift its suspensions of the tri-weekly newspaper L’Aube and the weekly Echos du Nord, and give journalists the freedom to cover issues of public interest, the Committee to Protect Journalists said today.On March 20, the High Authority for Communication, Gabon’s media regulator, ordered Echos du Nord to suspend publication for four months following a defamation complaint by the president of Gabon’s constitutional court, Marie-Madeleine Mborantsuo, according to news reports.On April 10, the authority issued an order suspending L’Aube’s publication for six months for the alleged defamation of Maixent Accrombessi, the former chief of staff to Gabonese President Ali Bongo, according to Melissa Bendome, a technical adviser at the authority, who spoke to CPJ over messaging app.CPJ spoke with Liliane Bilogho Ndong Nang, director of government information at the prime minister’s office, in an attempt to reach Accrombessi and Mborantsuo for comment, but Bilogho declined to give their contact information.“The suspensions of the L’Aube and Echos du Nord newspapers by Gabon’s media regulator send a chilling signal to all journalists that anything deemed undesirable by powerful people in the country may be grounds for complete censorship,” Angela Quintal, CPJ’s Africa program coordinator, said from Durban. “Journalists must be free to deliver information to the public in whatever form they see fit, without fear.”The Echos du Nord suspension order followed the paper’s February 4 publication of an article about Mborantsuo’s increasing power in the country, according to the news website Gabon Review. Mborantsuo filed a complaint with the High Authority for Communication, and the regulator called the article “slanderous,” “vindictive,” and “outrageously acrimonious,” according to the Review.Echos du Nord’s weekly print publication has been suspended since March 20, according to news reports. Its website has not been updated since 2017.L’Aube Editor-in-Chief Orca Boudiandza Mouellé told CPJ via phone on May 7 that, while the newspaper did cease publication on April 10 after the regulator’s decision was announced on Gabonese TV, they have yet to receive a formal notification of the suspension. The newspaper does not have a website, Mouellé told CPJ.Accrombessi’s lawyer filed a complaint with the media regulator after L’Aubepublished a satirical text on April 1 as a joke, in which a caricatured Accrombessi spoke about looting Gabon and manipulating the president, according to Mouellé and media reports.On April 8, L’Aube published a clarification, explaining that the April 1 article was published as satire, as seen in an image of the newspaper featured by online broadcaster Benin Web TV.The High Authority for Communication’s suspension order also referenced an interview by L’Aube with Echos du Nord founder Désiré Ename, published on March 25, following Echos du Nord’s suspension, in which Ename referred to the regulator with “pejorative and sarcastic expressions,” according to French daily Le Figaro.In 2016, Echos du Nord’s offices were raided by Gabon’s domestic intelligence agency, several of its staffers were arrested, and one was allegedly tortured during an interrogation, as CPJ reported at the time.L’Aube was previously suspended for three months beginning in November 2018 after it published an article about Bongo’s allegedly poor healt, according to the U.S. Congress-funded Voice of America.CPJ called Tiburce Armand Nziengui Boussougou, adviser to the director of government information, who answered but declined to comment on the state of press freedom in Gabon.Earlier this year, Gabon’s government shut down the internet and broadcasting services throughout the country following a coup attempt against Bongo, as CPJ reported at the time.
#Colbydidit#BronzeforTKS#ColbyJenningstrackstar Related Items:#Colbydidit #BronzeforTKS, #ColbyJenningstrackstar, #magneticmedianews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppNairobi, Kenya – July 14, 2017 – Jennings did it! Secured IAAF hardware at the World Youth Games in Nairobi, Kenya for Turks and Caicos. Colby Jennings almost did not attend the Games but now has a BRONZE story to tell after running a personal best (PB) and placing third in the 400m Men’s final today.Colby Jennings, a student of Jamaica College ran a blazing 46.77 behind Guyana’s Daniel Williams and Jamaica’s Antonio Watson; all three with PBs.Edith Skippings, President of the TCAAAs is dizzy with joy as are others in the TCI sporting community – CONGRATULATIONS COLBY ON A STELLAR SHOWING FOR TKS – More to come later. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp
Privacy Stalkerware apps often pose as software designed for children’s safety or finding stolen phones, but they are mostly used for abusers stalking people in personal relationships. They have the ability to track and send location data, as well as provide contacts, call logs and text messages.On “Spy Tracker,” an app that promotes itself as a way to keep kids safe, the majority of the reviews are centered around surveilling their significant others. The attackers need physical access to the victims’ devices to install these apps, but can keep them relatively hidden as they secretly track a person’s every move. Once installed on a device, the attacker can get real-time location data and call logs without the victim ever knowing. Avast “These apps are highly unethical and problematic for people’s privacy and shouldn’t be on the Google Play Store, as they promote criminal behavior, and can be abused by employers, stalkers or abusive partners to spy on their victims,” Nikolaos Chrysaidos, Avast’s head of mobile threat intelligence and security, said in a statement. “Some of these apps are offered as parental control apps, but their descriptions draw a different picture, telling users the app allows them to ‘keep an eye on cheaters.'”It’s hard to tell if your device has stalkerware installed on it, as researchers found in 2018 that many antivirus programs didn’t flag known stalkerware apps. On all seven of the apps that Chrysaidos discovered, they prompted the attacker to install other software and then delete the initial download. That allowed these stalkerware apps to spy on victims without an app icon, so people wouldn’t know they were being tracked.In April, cybersecurity company Kaspersky announced that it would start clamping down on stalkerware as malicious trackers and warn people if they are being surveilled. In 2018 alone, Kaspersky’s antivirus discovered stalkerware on 58,487 devices. Other antivirus companies, like Symantec, Malwarebytes and Lookout, also noted that they were ramping up their efforts to block stalkerware. Avast said its threat detection also detects stalkerware and warns its users. The developers behind the stalkerware apps didn’t immediately respond to requests for comment. Originally published July 17, 10:46 a.m. PT.Update, 12:43 p.m. PT: Adds response from Google. Android Q gets security updates without rebooting 2:41 Share your voice 3 Now playing: Watch this: Mobile Security Tags Researchers from Avast discovered seven stalkerware apps on the Google Play store. Avast You’d think it would be difficult to find an app that can secretly track a person’s every move. But researchers have found them right in the open on Google’s Play Store.Antivirus company Avast said Wednesday that it’s found seven stalkerware apps available on Android’s market. In all, they had been installed more than 130,000 times. Google removed four of the apps after Avast reported the privacy violations on Tuesday, and removed the last three on Wednesday. Google said its policy prohibits commercial spyware apps and encourages people to report any apps that violate its standards. Comments
A security personnel stands guard in front of the gate of the State Bank of India (SBI) regional office in Kolkata May 23, 2014. REUTERS/Rupak de ChowdhuriState-run State Bank of India (SBI) on Monday announced a hefty reduction in its lending base rate from the New Year by 30 basis points (bps), to 8.65 percent per annum.With this reduction from the earlier base rate of 8.95 percent, SBI’s base rate has become the lowest among commercial banks, coming as a relief to its many retail borrowers, particularly of home and student loans.Similarly, the bank’s Benchmark Prime Lending Rate (BPLR) was also reduced with effect from January 1, to 13.40 percent yearly, from the earlier 13.70 percent p.a.”The revised base rate is reduced from 8.95 percent to 8.65 percent for existing customers and BPLR is reduced from 13.70 percent to 13.40 percent,” an SBI release said here.”Additionally, the bank has decided to extend ongoing waiver on home loan processing fees till March 31, 2018, for new customers keen on buying their dream house and other customers looking to switch their existing loans to SBI,” it added.There was, however, no change made to SBI’s Marginal Cost of Lending Rates (MCLR), the later system whereby rates are fixed for a one-year period and revised only at the end of each year.The SBI had earlier revised its base rate by 5 basis points on September 28, while some other public sector banks like Andhra Bank and Bank of Baroda have also announced cuts in base rates.”The reduction in base rate is a new year’s gift to the bank’s loyal customers as a large number of consumers who have their loan linked to base rate will be benefitted by decrease in rates,” MD, Retail and Digital Banking, P.K. Gupta said in the statement.”This reduction is part of bank’s efforts to ensure transmission of reduction in the policy rates in the recent past. Approximately 80 lakh customers will be benefitted by this move,” he said.In this connection, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) has earlier pointed out problems around lending rate calculations, which are also holding up proper transmission by commercial banks of the interest rate cuts made by the central bank.”Arbitrariness in calculating the base rate and MCLR and spreads charged over them has undermined the integrity of the interest rate setting process. The base rate and MCLR regime is also not in sync with global practices on pricing of bank loans,” the RBI had said.Banks’ base rate on an average reduced 0.61 percent in the period between December 2014 and October 2016, when the RBI lowered its repo, or short-term lending rate for commercial banks, by 1.75 percent.
Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global On-demand food delivery is a competitive market, luring tech titans like Amazon and Uber. The complicated business has evolved beyond its dispatch roots and requires a technologist’s edge and a brain for logistics. Of course, it also needs a heart for service, keeping food fresh and delicious and making everyone from restaurants to drivers and diners happy and satisfied.Given the challenge — and the opportunity — we met with GrubHub’s senior vice president of operations Stan Chia at SXSW this past week. The company serves six and a half million active diners in a thousand cities through 40,000 restaurants. We talked about engineering food delivery and why it believes a 360-degree understanding for restaurants prepare food will keep it competitive.This interview has been edited and condensed.Entrepreneur: What’s changed in the past five years for on-demand food delivery?Chia: Food, unlike most other delivery operations, is not just point A to point B. Food is perishable, unlike packaged products. You have to understand everything that it takes to get it from point A to point B. Before technology and data infused this, it was a very manual, dispatch operation. People would look at orders that are coming in and say here’s the diner and here’s the restaurant, let’s just send the driver there. From a GrubHub, technology gives us a unique ability to understand what’s going on inside a restaurant’s kitchen as well as what’s going on inside our driver network.Entrepreneur: Explain a little about how that technology works.Chia: [We power] our delivery options with a very uniquely tailored and constantly changing algorithm that considers a lot of things that weren’t considered before. We know freshness, we know how long it should stay good. We use a concept called isochrones to determine boundaries for food since we know that travel speeds aren’t the same at 10 A.M. and 5 P.M. Being able to provide a technology solution as well as the operational component of actually delivering food for a restaurant is very powerful. Restaurants say “I can focus on just making amazing food and you can take that off of me and you can give me incremental volume?” That’s the play for restaurants.Entrepreneur: How does data fit in and why is that important to the future of the business?Chia: As you get deeper in the lifecycle of the good supply chain, there are lots of components of data that can help. [With restaurants], it’s understanding how long it takes a restaurant to prepare their food and how often they hold true to that in terms of how you align diners and drivers. If you tell me you’re going to be ready in fifteen minutes and you’re usually ready in twenty-five minutes, I can tailor the algorithm to take that into account. The faster we work there, the more money the drivers make.Entrepreneur: What technologies could be on the horizon? What has you excited?Chia: Any type of location-based service is large. The concept of geofencing and location-based services and thinking of how you use that in more and more meaningful ways. To really time arrivals so you’re not relying on user input but actual locations is really exciting. You can think about all the ways to do that all the way through the chain. You can use that with the diner or with the driver or with the restaurant.Entrepreneur: What about connected cars? We love connected cars at Entrepreneur.Chia: This is a crowded space and a lot of players aren’t totally just in food. We’re very focused on food. if we’re ever going to get into the connected car space, you can rest assured that it will be focused on food. That specialization allows us an advantage to a certain degree.Entrepreneur: What do people not know about GrubHub? What would surprise us?Chia: We have an in-house restaurant concept where everyone has to go and understand the technology that we push down to restaurants. We actually do that on the driver’s side. We force everyone to actually sit there and go through [the process] to understand what we do. People don’t realize that we’re passionate about food and the constituents that are there and we do a lot to make sure we understand the experience. Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Register Now » March 20, 2016 4 min read Growing a business sometimes requires thinking outside the box.
Turkey will begin drilling for oil and gas near Cyprus in coming days, state-owned news agency Anadolu reported Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu saying on Thursday.“In the coming days we will start drilling with two ships around Cyprus,” Cavusoglu was quoted as saying in a speech to a business conference in western Turkey’s Aydin province.“Let those who come to the region from far away, and their companies, see that nothing can be done in that region without us. Nothing at all can be done in the Mediterranean without Turkey, we will not allow that,” Cavusoglu said.Turkey launched its first drillship Fatih in October to drill off the coast of Turkey’s southern Antalya province.It said a second ship that it purchased would operate in the Black Sea, but was diverted to the Cyprus area.Turkey’s claims in the island’s EEZ partly overlap with Cyprus’ blocks 1, 4, 6 and 7.Ankara also supports the breakaway north’s claims on blocks 1, 2, 3, 8, 9, 12 and 13, including within few kilometres from the Aphrodite gas field in block12. You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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But how excited should we really get about the prospects of a diplomatic breakthrough with Pyongyang? the sun is up for 9 hours 26 minutes (rising at 7:23 am and setting at 4:49 pm)Of course our long winter night pales in comparison with Alaska where the sun barely climbs above the horizon for three to four hours in much of the Last Frontier North of the Arctic Circle – at 665 degrees north latitude – the sun never rises and darkness prevails as the Earth rotates on its axis 3 When are sunrise and sunsetThe exact times of sunrise and sunset depend on two things: your latitude and geographic location within your time zoneIf you’re tired of these dark evenings the good news is that our earliest sunsets are already behind us In fact it’s been gradually getting lighter in the evenings for more than a week now4 Wait a minute the earliest sunset and latest sunrise don’t occur on the solsticeLet’s clear the record: The winter solstice marks the shortest daylight period in the Northern Hemisphere However it’s never the day of the latest sunrise or earliest sunset This astronomical quirk happens because of Earth’s 235-degree tilt and our elliptical orbit around the sun5 Why do the days still get colder after the solstice"As the days lengthen the cold strengthens" It’s an old proverb that certainly has some scientific truth The Northern Hemisphere receives its least direct sunlight on the winter solstice but in many places the coldest average temperatures of winter aren’t until JanuaryThis delay in the arrival of our coldest temperatures is better known as seasonal lag It happens because the amount of solar energy arriving at the ground is less than the amount leaving the earth for a few more weeks (a bit like a bank account that starts losing money when you make more withdrawals than deposits) Oceans and bodies of water – which take longer than land to heat up and cool down – keep temperatures from rising very fast Not until the Northern Hemisphere sees a net gain in solar energy (more heat coming in than going out) do average temperatures begin their ascentThe exact timing of the coldest stretch of the year depends on several factors including how close you live to water prevailing wind direction and the amount of snow cover (snow is great at reflecting the sun’s heat straight back into space)If you don’t like the cold here’s a silver lining: Whatever the rest of winter brings daylight is once again on the upswing That’s definitely something to celebrateSheridan Tihista a special education teacher at Liberty Middle School and a former Miss Montana who won her pageant title on a platform of inclusive education for students with disabilities was placed on leave Monday April 10"Ms Tihista was placed on paid administrative leave this morning pending the outcome of an investigation into the social media allegations we were made aware of last week" district spokeswoman Heather Konschak said in a statement "As this is a personnel matter and the investigation is ongoing the district has nothing further to say at this time "Konshak said the district had not heard of any problems with Tihista’s social media posts until Friday April 7 when an anonymous group of self-described concerned parents sent a packet of printed-out Twitter posts to media and school officialsThe packet included more than 20 pages of tweets from Tihista and many made references to her work with autistic children calling mothers of autistic children "monsters" in one post and calling students "satan" She also disclosed and described interactions with students sometimes dismissively"The receipt of the packet today was the first time our Special Education Director and Liberty Middle School administration had been made aware of any issues with Ms Tihista" Konschak said Friday "Thus we will need some time to review the documents visit with the teacher her building administrators our HR Department the Special Education Department and anyone else that may have information relative to this matter"Tihista’s Twitter account had been public meaning anyone could read the posts But on Friday April 7 she briefly made it private only allowing approved followers to view her posts Then she deleted the account entirelyIn a text to WDAY News on Friday she acknowledged the tweets might have been inappropriate"My tweets may have been distasteful but don’t illustrate what kind of educator I am" she saidA West Fargo School District policy on social media use by employees notes that while expression on such platforms may be covered by First Amendment protections teachers can still be disciplined for off-duty conduct or posting unbecoming content It wasn’t the first time Tihista made headlines beyond winning the Miss Montana crown in 2014 She claimed she was bullied out of her sorority at Minnesota State University Moorhead a complaint that led the sorority to be put on probation for three years5 degrees. 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