Somalia top UN envoy praises new Government urges full support

13 March 2009The United Nations’ top envoy for Somalia today lauded progress made in the past month by the new Government of the Horn of Africa country, which has been torn by factional strife since the overthrow of Siad Barre in 1991. In a statement issued in Nairobi, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s Special Representative Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah encouraged the Government of National Unity to continue working towards peace and stability and urged Somalis and the international community to support it. The formation of the Government last month, and its return to the violence-plagued capital, Mogadishu, followed on the 2008 UN-facilitated Djibouti Agreement between the Transitional Federal Government and the Alliance for the Re-Liberation of Somalia, in which the two agreed to end their conflict.In today’s statement, Mr. Ould-Abdallah said he was pleased by the number of “patriotic Parliamentarians” who have returned to Mogadishu to start their work, and called for concrete diplomatic and material assistance for both branches of the administration.“President Sharif Sheikh Ahmed, the Speaker and the Prime Minister have demonstrated responsible leadership in all fields and the unity Government is now functioning from the capital,” Mr. Ould-Abdallah said. He added that the Council of Ministers has met a number of times and passed important measures, including one on the place of Sharia, or Islamic law, in the country.“All these developments will not only help the move towards normality inside the country, but will also help secure Somalia’s image and reputation abroad. There is now absolutely no excuse for any Somali to continue plotting to destroy more Somali lives,” he said.Planning is underway for the next meeting of the High Level Committee that is tasked to look at such issues as political cooperation, justice and reconciliation, Mr. Ould-Abdallah said, adding that there would also be a meeting of the Joint Security Committee shortly.With the vast majority of Somalis working together for the first time in many years, he said, the international community must do its part to fully support the new Government. “This help is not needed at some point in the future, but right now,” he stressed.He noted that President Ahmed has received offers of support from Africa, the Middle East, Europe, the Unite States and elsewhere and Somalia will be discussed at the Security Council on 20 March and at the upcoming League of Arab States Summit in Qatar.In his latest report on Somalia, Secretary-General Ban also praised recent progress, but cautioned that much work lies ahead, with the instability caused by hostilities, abductions and fear continuing to hinder delivery of vital humanitarian aid.A January UN analysis found that more than three million people in Somalia, a third or more of the total population, will remain dependent on assistance this year.Mr. Ban noted that among the aims of the UN’s comprehensive strategy for Somalia is to help the African Union Mission there (AMISOM) give Somali security institutions the capacity to create a level of security to enable the Djibouti peace process to continue.The UN Security Council has yet to decide whether to deploy a multidimensional UN peacekeeping operation that would take over from AMISOM. read more

Rajitha accuses media of misreporting Sirisenas speech

Government spokesman and Health Minister, Dr Rajitha Senaratne today accused the media of misreporting President Maithripala Sirisena’s speech last week.Senaratne said the President never raised objections to former Defence Secretary Gotabaya Rajapaksa or former military chiefs being questioned on fraud or corruption. He told reporters at the weekly post cabinet media briefing the media should carry a correction on the speech. Some journalists then told the Minister that the text of the speech was sent by the President’s media division. However Senaratne said that since the video of the speech is now available online the media should report what is said in the video. (Colombo Gazette) read more

Training session teaches about Facebook YouTube etc

What’s all the buzz about social media?That question and more will be answered at a Social Media for Beginners training session on Thursday, Feb. 25.Brock faculty and staff wanting to learn more about social media and how to use it in their work are invited to the ITS Training Room (the “fish bowl” in the Computer Commons of the Walker Complex) from 9:30 a.m. to noon.This session will cover:What social media is and how does it differ from traditional mediaHow to use social media to engage with students and stakeholders onlineHow to leverage Twitter, LinkedIn, FaceBook and YouTube to spread messages effectivelySpace is limited, so pre-registration is required. To register, fill out the Faculty/staff social media training sign up form. read more

Adding indigenous issues to UN agenda essential Annan

“There is no time to lose in this effort,” as indigenous peoples “are denied their cultural identities, and displaced from their traditional lands,” the Secretary-General said in a message delivered on his behalf by Assistant Secretary-General Angela King to the opening of the Second Session of the Permanent Forum on Indigenous Issues. “They are more likely than others to suffer extreme poverty, and all too often experience the human misery caused by conflict.”Some 500 groups are attending the two-week Forum, which aims to focus attention on educating indigenous children in their language and values as key to the preservation of their peoples’ unique culture in this age of globalisation.”We must acknowledge the contributions of indigenous peoples not only in areas such as environmental protection, where those contributions are well established and widely known, but also in other vital areas on the international agenda,” he stressed.The Secretary-General said information was vital in getting a clear picture of the situation of indigenous peoples and that he fully supported efforts to build capacity in this area. In addition, Mr Annan said legal standards, including through progress on the draft declaration on indigenous rights, were essential.The Forum – which had its first session last year – advises and makes recommendations to the Economic and Social Council on social development, economic, cultural, human rights, environmental, education and health issues. read more

Cultural differences threaten Asian mining progress

first_imgCultural differences in Asia pose the greatest risk to nurturing new mining projects in the region as it enters a period of unique resource-intensive demand, according to a leading Australian broking house. Addressing the second day in Perth of the 2007 Paydirt Asia Pacific DownUnder Conference, D J Carmichael’s Head of Research, Paul Adams, said most existing mining projects in Asia suffered from legacy issues. These included previous owners ‘bad habits’, old style cheque book community relations, opportunistic behaviour at a local level, and heightened expectations from a new owner.“We are currently at an early, moderate phase of mining growth in the Asian region as its demand for additional metals and energy is being driven by higher per capita incomes, urbanisation and capital intensive industries,” Adams said. “It is also a well known fact that metal and energy intensity rapidly increases when per capita incomes reach between $2,000 and $5,000 – China’s GDP per capita last year, for example, reached $2,001 and this minimum level is being increasingly reached throughout Asian countries.“For any new mining entrant in Asia, these entrant issues can be particularly challenging,” Adams said. “If Australia’s mining investment community is to help nurture the Asian resources elephant, it requires a more willing adoption of proven strategies, proper investigation of land owners versus land users issues, genuine relationship building and a framework of not promising what cannot be delivered.”Adams said local communities living near the new breed of emerging Asian mining projects had common demands for phased in infrastucture, education, health and employment opportunities – but not at the expense where one group was advantaged over another. “The adverse consequences of not adopting this approach are the need for increased levels of diplomacy, more people to manage, higher burn rates, company resources spread too thinly to be effective, and ultimately, corporate ‘over-stretch’. It might take more time to get things right in the short term on new Asian mining projects but developers will save considerable pain in the long-term.”Adams said the emerging Asian mining elephant would bring pressure on the environment and energy security would be paramount for any new resource projects. He urged Asian governments and resources companies to more vigorously pursue alternative energy sources to cushion the blow from rising energy prices.last_img read more

Water main line replacement work closes Evergreen Blvd onramp to SR 14

first_imgVancouver commuters who use the westbound onramp to state Highway 14 from Evergreen Boulevard will want to choose an alternate route during a two-week closure.A Washington State Department of Transportation high-impact travel alert says the closure began Monday. The onramp will be closed around-the-clock for work to replace a water main line.A second moderate-impact travel alert was issued Saturday night and remained in place as of Monday morning.Officials report water over state Highway 503 in both directions near Northeast 87th street.Beyond the alerts and a typical slowdown due to wet roads, traffic flow this morning is looking good.last_img read more

Project Aware Grant Addresses Student Mental Health

first_imgKPBSD plans to continue the program after the grant expires in 2019. Alaska is one of 20 states that received the Project Aware funding. KPBSD is one of three school districts in the state that received the grant. In 2014, the state awarded funding through the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Service Administration and provided $1.8 million annually for district wide Youth Mental Health First Aid training in Anchorage, Mat-Su, and Kenai. Alaska’s Project AWARE, combines mental health services in alternative schools to raise mental health awareness and mental health referrals in selected communities and provide more mental health services to at-risk youth. According to the school district the grant covers the salaries of counselors at Homer Flex, and Kenai Alternative. Both schools were identified by the state as ‘high risk’ and in need of additional assistance with mental health resources.center_img The Project Aware grant is a five-year grant awarded from both the Alaska Department of Education and shared with the Anchorage and Mat-Su districts. KPBSD is currently in year four of the five-year grant. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享The Kenai Peninsula Borough School District was the recipient of the Project Aware grant to support youth mental health.last_img read more

Dronedropping Amazon blimp isnt coming for your soul

first_img Post a comment CNET may get a commission from retail offers. To further confirm the origin of the footage, Zozi posted a view of the video in process, showing the skeleton of the CGI blimp. The idea isn’t too far-fetched. Amazon patent images uncovered in 2016 revealed an idea for a airship that could host delivery drones. Zozi also took inspiration for the blimp’s design from Lockheed Martin’s P-791 hybrid air vehicle. The video was timed well for April Fools’ Day festivities. The imaginary Amazon blimp looks like it could star in an episode of Black Mirror, but rest assured the Prime-powered robo-apocalypse has not actually arrived. Yet.  19 Photos ドローンで配送するという話があったけど、もう始まってたんだな。もっと先の話かと思ってた。There was a talk about delivery by drone, but it had already started. I thought it was a story ahead.#エイプリルフール #zozi撮影 pic.twitter.com/hFrmGOKwof— zozi(厳島神社の人) (@zozi009) March 31, 2019 See it April Fools’ products: These wacky goods aren’t jokes, believe it or not Amazon Drones Share your voice $39 Amazon Fire TV Stick 0 Enlarge ImageAmazon has been exploring the idea of delivering packaging by drone, but it has yet to launch a giant mothership blimp. Amazon Creepy. Dystopian. Needs to be stopped. Twitter users had a lot to say about a video making the rounds this week showing a massive Amazon-branded blimp dropping delivery drones from its belly.But we don’t have to fear a sudden and ominous shadow floating in from overhead bearing boxes stuffed with Fire TV Sticks, drawstring trash bags and Crocs. The video appears to have originated on Sunday with a Twitter user named Zozi who creates CGI videos. Review • Amazon Fire TV Stick updated review: No longer the sharpest stick in the stream 午後のネタバレ。信じてる人は皆無だろうけど一応。thetaVでHDRI作ってそのままライティングした。後ろに余計なものも入れてみたけどあまり気づかれてない模様。 pic.twitter.com/o4P8z5agz9— zozi(厳島神社の人) (@zozi009) April 1, 2019 Tags Online Mentioned Above Amazon Fire TV Sticklast_img read more

Mirpur building fire under control

first_imgA building in the city`s Mirpur-14 area catches fire at 5:05pm on Sunday. Photo: Prothom AloThe fire that broke out at a multi-storey building in the city’s Mirpur-14 area on Sunday afternoon was brought under control after two hours.An official at the fire service headquarters, Ershad Hossain, told Prothom Alo that the building caught fire at around 5:05pm.He said 15 units of the fire service worked to douse the fire.Kafrul police station sub inspector Faisal Rahman said the fire broke out at the nine-storey building in Pulpar of Kafrul, Mirpur.He said the building housed City Town Chinese Restaurant but also housed a garments warehouse on the sixth and seventh floors. The fire broke out on those floors. He, however, did not see anyone there.There was no report of any casualty in the fire, Ershad said.last_img

Incessant rain affects normal life in Kolkata

first_imgKolkata: Incessant rain affected normal life in the metropolis and adjoining districts today, as the Met department forecast continuous downpour till tomorrow morning. Continuous rain and waterlogging at different places in the city caused traffic snarls during morning rush hours. The Met department has forecast “continuous rainfall over the districts of Gangetic West Bengal with one or two spells of heavy shower in coastal districts, including Kolkata for next 24 hours.” Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal life With the intensity of rain being higher in the northern outskirts of the city compared to the south, many low lying areas in Dum Dum, IT hub at Salt Lake’s Sector V and Rajarhat New Town were affected by waterlogging. Dum Dum recorded the highest rainfall of 118 mm till 11.30 am today from 8.30 am yesterday, the weatherman said. Alipore in the southern part of the city recorded 60 mm rainfall during the same period. Some of the important thoroughfares in the city, including Central Avenue, College Street and Park Street were waterlogged owing to the overnight rain. The continuous rain that caused waterlogging inconvenienced office-goers and students with traffic snarls delaying their movement. The weatherman has forecast that the intensity of rain in Gangetic West Bengal may reduce from tomorrow morning, but is likely to increase again from Saturday.last_img read more

Sign a petition to urge convenience stores and supermarkets to charge for

first_imgSAWASDEE: eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) You can read full article here: http://www.richardbarrow.com/2018/06/sign-a-petition-to-urge-convenience-stores-and-supermarkets-to-charge-for-plastic-bags/ Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading…center_img The Hyatt Centric Waikiki: A brand new trend setter for tourismPennsylvania man accused of chopping off his gay roommate’s headWhat it’s really like to run a clothing-optional gay resort in Palm Springs One of the biggest complaints many of us have are with convenience stores like 7-Eleven that give you plastic bags, straws and spoons for literally everything. Even if you don’t want it. No, I don’t need a plastic straw for my bottle of beer. I am not a kid. No, I don’t need a plastic bag for my bottle of water. I am going to drink it straight away. No, I don’t need a separate plastic bag for everything. You can just put it in one plastic bag, which incidentally I will re-use in my home later. Actually, to belast_img read more

Fleeing bus driver arrested after hitting Tulum couple

first_imgTulum, Q.R. — A couple on a motorcycle were hit by a bus in Tulum, leaving two injured and a fleeing bus driver. The accident happened at 7:25 p.m. on Avenida Satélite in Tulum when the pair were struck by the Mayab bus who, witnesses say, failed to stop at a marked sign. The bus, which had left Chetumal, was bound for Cancun. Witnesses to the hit called emergency personnel. Municipal and traffic police were quick to arrive. Two ambulances arrived to transport the injured to hospital. center_img The bus driver, who fled, was arrested by police at the northern exit of the city, approximately three kilometers from the site of the accident. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Guatemalas Pérez Molina dodges crucial questions during second court hearing

first_imgRelated posts:Former Guatemalan police chief to stand trial for 1980 Spanish Embassy fire that killed 37 Warm welcome home expected for former Guatemalan leader after time served in US prison Organized crime and local power struggles blamed in murder of three Guatemalan journalists Guatemala vice president resigns amid corruption scandal GUATEMALA CITY, Guatemala — Many Guatemalans and interested observers were glued Friday to live feeds of disgraced ex-President Otto Pérez Molina’s second appearance in court. The white-haired, hawk-nosed former general, who faces potential jail time for his alleged participation in a massive corruption scandal, appeared composed but refused to answer questions regarding the origin of his vast personal fortune and his ties to the ringleaders of the customs fraud network known as “La Línea.”Pérez Molina stepped down on Sept. 2 after Guatemala’s Congress voted to strip him of his prosecutorial immunity and a criminal court issued a warrant for his arrest. He is accused of masterminding a huge customs fraud network in tandem with his former Vice President Roxana Baldetti.Baldetti has been formally charged with customs fraud, illicit association and bribery and is currently under preventive detention in the Santa Teresa women’s prison in Guatemala City.The embattled former president could suffer the same fate and his future looks increasingly grim after the court heard 15 wiretap recordings that allegedly prove his involvement in La Línea.The recordings indicate that Pérez Molina had a close relationship with Salvador Estuardo González Álvarez, known as “Eco,” who was allegedly La Línea’s second in command. González, a publisher who owns two major Guatemalan newspapers, Siglo21 and Al Día, was arrested on April 16 along with several top government officials. He is currently in prison.According to Guatemalan daily elPeriódico, González’s father, former Defense Minister Marco Antonio González Taracena, was Pérez Molina’s direct superior when the former president served in the intelligence wing of the presidency and helped Pérez Molina design his national security strategy after the latter was elected president in 2011.A former Siglo21 reporter quoted by elPeriódico claims that after González took over the media conglomerate that owns Siglo21 and AlDía, in 2013, he pressured editors to publishing articles that cast Pérez Molina and Baldetti in a favorable light.In addition, following Pérez Molina’s arrest another alleged member of La Línea, Giovanni Marroquín Navas, told the court that Pérez Molina attended a meeting organized by González to discuss a plan that was supposed to improve Guatemala’s tax collection services, which reported huge shortfalls throughout the Pérez Molina administration.Pérez Molina blamed record-low tax collection on contraband and responded by sending the army to the country’s major customs offices in 2013, purportedly to stamp out corruption. However, after the fraud scandal was uncovered it became clear that the reason for the massive tax revenue shortfall was that La Línea was pocketing at least $328,000 per week.The secret meetings at PP headquartersA three-part investigation published by online news site Plaza Pública explains how the probe into La Línea was like pulling a single stray thread that unraveled an entire ball of yarn. The investigation, conducted by the U.N.-funded International Commission Against Impunity in Guatemala (CICIG) and the Guatemalan Public Prosecutor’s Office, began in May 2014 with an investigation into a Chinese importer named Miao Miao. His phone was tapped and he was overheard talking to another importer, who turned out to be Julio César Aldana — a key player in La Línea — about a tax evasion scheme.Tapping Aldana’s phone and hacking into his email accounts led them to uncover the names of other members of the network as well as their meeting places. One of them was a clothing store called Boutique Emilio, owned by Luis Mendizábal, a businessman also linked to the bizarre 2009 murder of lawyer Rodrigo Rosenberg. Mendizábal is currently wanted by the police. Another meeting place was the headquarters of Pérez Molina’s Patriot Party (Partido Patriota, PP).At a birthday party attended by members of La Línea on June 4, investigators spotted González, the publisher. Tapping his telephone led them to former Vice President Baldetti’s private secretary, Juan Carlos Monzón Rojas. Monzón disappeared on April 16 when the customs fraud scandal hit the headlines. He had been accompanying Baldetti on an official trip to South Korea. He is currently wanted by Interpol.PHOTOS: A look back at how Guatemalan citizens demanded justice – and wonOn Friday the court heard evidence intended to establish that Pérez Molina met with González at the PP’s headquarters on March 26. The evidence included wiretap recordings referring to someone as “the President,” “the big chief” (el mero mero) and “the owner of the finca.” Presidential security guards were also seen around the building during the alleged meeting.Of all the recordings, perhaps the most incriminating is a conversation between former Vice President Baldetti and González on March 27. “Look, I was talking to the head of last night’s meeting and he was telling me about the figure you discussed,” Baldetti told the publishing magnate. “I don’t think the pres, Mr., Mr., the head of the company ought to pay for that,” she is heard saying.Prosecutors also showed the court two photographs — one showing Pérez Molina and González together, and one showing Pérez Molina with the stepdaughter of Francisco Ortiz, one of La Línea’s ringleaders — as evidence that the former president had a close friendship with the two individuals.Pérez Molina denies charges and dodges questionsPérez Molina continued Friday to deny his participation in the fraud ring, but he failed to answer key questions about his relationship with La Línea’s leaders. In his defense, the former president said that when notorious Mexican drug lord Joaquín “El Chapo” Guzmán Loera was arrested in Guatemala in 1993, he unsuccessfully tried to bribe Pérez Molina with amounts that far exceeded the sums that the former president allegedly received from the customs fraud sceme.Regarding the incriminating photographs, he said that “hundreds of thousands” of people that he’s never met have had their photograph taken with him. “On a personal level, I feel very said, not just because of all this [evidence of La Línea] but because of what I’m going through right now,” he said.Prosecutors have frozen the former president’s assets and are investigating the origins of his personal wealth, which includes a $2 million farm located in the department of Chimaltenango, 60 kilometers west of Guatemala City. According to an investigation published by elPeriódico, some properties owned by Pérez Molina and Baldetti were purchased after the two were voted into office using a network of front businesses owned by Monzón, Baldetti’s former private secretary.In the only interview that Pérez Molina has given to the press since he stepped down, he told the AP that the investigation was based on “hearsay,” not solid evidence. He also said prosecutors were trying to “boost their egos.”Unlike Baldetti, who has been known for her histrionics since being implicated in the fraud case, (she wrote the Lord’s Prayer over and over again in her notebook during one court appearance), Pérez Molina appeared tired but composed during Friday’s hearing. At times he glared intensely at prosecutors.Pérez Molina’s defense attorneys are César Calderón and Moisés Galindo, both of whom have defended former government and military leaders accused of wrongdoing. Calderón defended Mauricio Rodríguez Sánchez, former head of intelligence under dictator Efraín Ríos Montt (1982-1983), during his first trial for genocide in 2013. (Rodríguez was acquitted but he and Ríos Montt are now facing a retrial).Galindo has defended a long list of retired army officers, including Byron Lima Oliva, who was convicted of the 1998 murder of Bishop Juan Gerardi.Pérez Molina’s next court appearance is scheduled for Sept. 8, two days after the general elections. Since he is in custody, the former president will not be allowed to vote.Recommended: How Guatemala’s Otto Pérez Molina fell from grace and what it means for upcoming elections Facebook Commentslast_img read more

TMobile USA set to merge with MetroPCS

first_imgAssociated PressBERLIN (AP) – Struggling cellphone companies T-Mobile USA and MetroPCS Communications are set to merge, in a deal that will create an operator with more than 40 million subscribers.In a joint statement, the two companies said Wednesday that Deutsche Telekom AG, the owner of T-Mobile USA, will hold 74 percent of the new business, while MetroPCS’s shareholders will hold the remainder, as well as receiving a payment of about $1.5 billion. Top Stories Deutsche Telekom said the combined company would have revenues of around $24.8 billion based on analysts’ estimates, and cost synergies are expected to be worth $6 to $7 billion.The deal still has to be agreed by shareholders and will require regulatory approval.The regulatory concerns this time round appear set to be much milder than the proposed deal involving AT&T. Both companies are relatively small, and T-Mobile USA has been losing subscribers for the last two years.A linkup would be complicated by the fact that MetroPCS and T-Mobile USA use different network technologies. That means MetroPCS phones would not work on T-Mobile USA’s network, and vice versa. However, both companies are deploying the same “fourth-generation” or “4G” technology, so they’re on a path to harmonizing their networks.Deutsche Telekom’s CEO Obermann said the new company will have the “resources to expand its geographic coverage, broaden choice among all types of customers and continue to innovate, especially around the next-generation LTE network.”Germany’s stock market was closed Wednesday because of a national holiday. But the prospect of seeing Deutsche Telekom finding a solution for its struggling U.S. business sent the stock higher Tuesday after both companies had confirmed their talks. Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of “The combined company, which will retain the T-Mobile name, will have the expanded scale, spectrum and financial resources to aggressively compete with the other national U.S. wireless carriers,” the two said.Both companies have struggled in the highly-competitive U.S. cellphone market.And even after the combination with Dallas-based MetroPCS, which has 9.3 million subscribers, T-Mobile USA _ the country’s fourth-largest cellphone company with 33.2 million subscribers _ will still trail the market’s No. 3, Sprint Nextel Corp.However, the deal would give T-Mobile USA, which is based in Bellevue, Washington, access to more space on the airwaves, a critical factor as cellphone carriers try to expand their capacity for wireless broadband.Last year, AT&T struck a deal to buy T-Mobile USA for $39 billion for much the same reason. That was shot down by regulators, who believed competition would suffer if the second-largest cellphone company were to gobble up the fourth-largest.“We are committed to creating a sustainable and financially viable national challenger in the U.S., and we believe this combination helps us deliver on that commitment,” Deutsche Telekom chief executive officer Rene Obermann said. Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Comments   Share   center_img Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk The difference between men and women when it comes to pain Sponsored Stories MetroPCS’ shares shot up some 20 percent to $14.16 in New York on Tuesday.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Daylast_img read more

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