FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. — Road maintenance crews on both sides of the Peace River say they’re preparing for a late blast of winter after a winter storm warning was issued for the regionFort St. John’s General Manager of Integrated Services Victor Shopland said that City snowplow crews are geared up and ready to begin to respond to the dump of snow, which is expected to start falling through the overnight hours. Shopland said that crews will be switching gears after doing haul-off operations of parking lanes over the past few days of warmer weather.YRB North Peace General Manager Chris Charbonneau said that his crews are going to be supplemented with additional personnel to deal with the winter storm. He said that while most of the snowfall accumulations are forecast for the South Peace, winds and drifting are expected to be the main issue north of the river. Charbonneau added that while additional crews will be increasing patrols on area highways, residents can call YRB 24/7 to report problem spots, since snowplows can’t be everywhere at once. YRB’s toll-free number is 1-888-883-6688.Caribou Road Services spokesperson Sarah Griffith said that the South Peace is expected to get anywhere from 5 to 25 centimetres of snow, with wind gusts of up to 70 km/hr and temperatures forecasted to go down to -18 degrees. Griffith said the largest amount of snow is going to fall in the Chetwynd, Pine Pass and Tumbler Ridge areas.Griffith said that many side roads in the South Peace are narrow in places with very high snow banks. With the forecast snow and winds, it may cause side roads to become drifted-in and closed again. She said that residents who live in one of the drift-prone areas should make sure that they have an adequate supply of medication, food, and water to hold out until snow clearing equipment can clear the roads.According to Griffith, CRS crews and hired equipment operators will continue to work around the clock to keep everything open.For up-to-date road conditions, visit DriveBC.ca.
France- A Liberian man who was the first person diagnosed with Ebola outside of Africa has died in a Texas hospital, officials said Wednesday.“It is with profound sadness and heartfelt disappointment that we must inform you of the death of Thomas Eric Duncan this morning at 7:51 am (1251 GMT),” said the statement from Texas Health Presbyterian Hospital Dallas spokesman Wendell Watson.“Mr. Duncan succumbed to an insidious disease, Ebola. He fought courageously in this battle.” Meanwhile, US media reported that airports were to begin tougher screening of passengers arriving from the West African nations where Ebola has killed more than 3,400 people since the beginning of the year.Quoting a federal official, the Washington Post reported that travelers from West Africa would be subjected to Ebola screening at five US airports — Atlanta, Chicago’s O’Hare, New York’s JFK and Newark airports and Dulles in Washington — as early as this weekend.CNN, also citing anonymous sources, said temperatures would be taken of travelers from a so-called “Ebola zone,” including Guinea, Sierra Leone, Liberia and Nigeria.NBC News added that travelers would be asked to fill out questionnaires as wellDuncan flew from Liberia to Texas to visit family, arriving in Dallas on September 20. He began feeling sick four days later, but was not hospitalized until September 28.The Texas health care system came under heavy criticism for initially turning Duncan away when he first sought care on September 25.Duncan was sent home even after he reported Ebola-like symptoms and said he had recently traveled from Liberia, the hardest-hit nation in the current outbreak.“The past week has been an enormous test of our health system, but for one family it has been far more personal. Today they lost a dear member of their family,” said Texas health commissioner David Lakey.“They have our sincere condolences, and we are keeping them in our thoughts.”Lakey said that the medical team in Texas has “provided excellent and compassionate care, but Ebola is a disease that attacks the body in many ways.”Duncan’s condition worsened from serious to critical over the weekend. On Saturday, he began receiving an experimental treatment called brincidofovir.On Monday, doctors said his liver function had declined, and that he was on a ventilator and was receiving kidney dialysis.Health officials are monitoring dozens of people who may have come in contact with Duncan, including about 10 who are considered at high risk of contracting Ebola.The virus is spread through close contact with the bodily fluids of an infected person, or by touching the corpse of a person who has died of Ebola, experts say.US hospitals in Nebraska and Georgia have successfully treated and released three American missionaries who were infected with Ebola in West Africa.A fourth US doctor was treated at Emory University Hospital after becoming infected with Ebola in Sierra Leone. His name and condition were never released by officials.Another US national who worked as a freelance cameraman for NBC News, Ashoka Mukpo, arrived in Nebraska this week for treatment after catching Ebola in Liberia.The first known US citizen to come down with Ebola, dual American-Liberian national Patrick Sawyer, died in July after traveling by plane from Liberia to Nigeria.
Following a request from the Sri Lankan Government on Friday, India dispatched two ships with relief material and sent special medical teams.“The [Indian] High Commission is in contact with Sri Lankan authorities and will coordinate any requirement of additional relief assistance as per the situation,” a statement said, according to The Hindu.
While progress has been made, the Ethiopia-Eritrea peace process is now at a critical stage and the international community should continue lending its support in order to finalize the border demarcation, according to a report by United Nations Secretary General Kofi Annan released today in New York.In a report to the Security Council on the activities of the UN Mission in Ethiopia and Eritrea (UNMEE) since last December, Mr. Annan highlights key developments and gives an update on Boundary Commission activities.”On balance, the parties have generally been cooperating well through this process,” Mr. Annan says. “However, it is now time for them to translate their commitments into real action on the ground, namely, the implementation of the 13 April 2002 delimitation decision.”The Secretary-General says while the two parties should be commended for the fact that there have been no serious ceasefire violations since the establishment of the Temporary Security Zone, recent cross-border incidents are a source of concern.Also of serious concern to Mr. Annan are “forceful” demarches made by the two parties to his Special Representative and the Boundary Commission. “Efforts to reopen fundamental matters already settled through binding arbitration could only be counterproductive,” he notes.”The period ahead will pose major challenges,” Mr. Annan adds, renewing his appeal for contributions to facilitate the demarcation process scheduled for completion in November. He also stresses that the humanitarian consequences of the demarcation process must be heeded, especially with the serious drought affecting the two countries.The Council is scheduled to hold a meeting later today of countries contributing troop to the UN Mission, and meet for consultations tomorrow to discuss the Secretary-General’s report.Meanwhile, the UN Coordinator for Eritrea, Simon Nhongo, is scheduled to arrive in New York tomorrow to meet with key donors in a bid to boost funding for UN humanitarian activities.The UN appeal for Eritrea has so far received a mere two per cent of the $163 million requested, hardly enough to help the 1.4 million people affected by the drought that had contributed to serious food shortages. The UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) said it fears that the aid reserves will run out by the end of this month.
SMMT hosted a lunch event at the Conservative Party Conference in Birmingham that focused on the need for an industrial strategy to boost UK competitiveness. SMMT representatives met Conservative MPs, MEPs, London Assembly Members, policy advisors and councillors. SMMT Chief Executive Paul Everitt opened the lunch, speaking on behalf of the motor industry, outlining SMMT’s recently launched industrial strategy paper that was used to focus discussion on government-led policies to ensure continued investment in the manufacturing industries.Gavin Williamson MP, PPS to Patrick McLoughlin as Secretary of State for Transport, was the keynote speaker, reflecting on an earlier speech by the Transport Secretary who spoke of government’s commitment to motoring and economic growth. Mr Williamson also expressed his personal experience and perspective on the automotive sector where Jaguar Land Rover is an important company in his South Staffordshire constituency.Today’s Conservative lunch was the last of the three Party Conference fringe events hosted by SMMT, as the industry body continues its high-level engagement with key politicians and stakeholders. Click through to find out more about discussions held the Liberal Democrat Conference and the Labour Party Conference.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
Canadian boxer Adonis Stevenson is reported to be in critical condition after being knocked out Saturday night in his light heavyweight title fight in Quebec City.The report comes from boxing promoter Yvon Michel, who tweeted early Sunday morning that Stevenson was in intensive care and that family members have asked that his privacy be respected.“They wish to inform friends and supporters that Adonis is currently in critical condition in the intensive care at the hospital, following his fight against Oleksander Gvozdyk,” the promoter wrote.“They appreciate the concern and support of everyone for Adonis.”A report in the Journal de Montreal says Adonis has been placed in an artificial coma as a precautionary measure due to a possible brain hemorrhage.Oleksandr Gvozdyk stopped Stevenson with a violent knockout at 2:49 of the 11th round to take his World Boxing Council light heavyweight title.The 41-year-old Stevenson was put on a stretcher after the bout and left Videotron Centre in an ambulance.The Montreal-based fighter was making his 10th title defence since winning the belt against Chad Dawson in 2013 and was ahead on two of the judges’ cards and tied on the third when he was stopped.The 31-year-old Gvozdyk, from the Ukraine, improved to 16-0.Gvozdyk landed several strong blows at the beginning the round which left Stevenson faltering in the corners.Stevenson appeared to recover, but a second volley of blows from Gvozdyk appeared to shift the momentum entirely in the Ukrainian’s favour.Referee Michael Griffin stopped the fight after a third push, in which Gvozdyk landed a dozen or so blows without Stevenson being able to stop a single one.Stevenson stayed down for several minutes before being able to sit up on a stool brought to the ring, and needed assistance to return to the dressing room.Late Saturday, Michel said he’d spoken to the boxer immediately after the match and he appeared to be regaining his spirits.However, Stevenson’s condition worsened after leaving the shower, and he was taken to the l’Enfant-Jesus de Quebec hospital, which specializes in neurosurgery and head trauma.A person who was present in the dressing room, who did want wish to be named, said Stevenson could no longer stand at the time the decision was taken.In a press conference late Saturday, Michel said Stevenson seemed disoriented and confused when he arrived at the hospital.“We fear a concussion,” he said. “This is very worrying.” BROWSE Adonis Stevenson
President Donald Trump will attend Saturday’s Army-Navy Game in Philadelphia.The White House confirmed Trump’s attendance to The Associated Press on Tuesday. Trump also went to the 2016 game when he was president-elect.Trump will be the 10th sitting president to attend Army-Navy, a tradition that began with Theodore Roosevelt in 1901. Barack Obama was the most recent president to attend the game, in 2011 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland.Navy athletic director Chet Gladchuk said at the annual pregame luncheon in Philadelphia last week that that school is always prepared for the president to attend.The 108th football meeting between Army and Navy will be the 20th game attended by a president. The Commander-in-Chief traditionally switches sides of the field at halftime.___AP White House reporter Darlene Superville and Sports Writer Dan Gelston contributed.Stephen Whyno, The Associated Press
In divestments, the Mining Systems conveyor components business, including the closely related specialist conveyor systems business in Hollola (Finland), was divested to NEPEAN. Mining Systems has been reported in discontinued operations and the divested businesses has as of 2 November 2017 been deconsolidated from Sandvik’s financial statements. The projects to be finalised during 2018–2019 by Sandvik, through an operational agreement with FLSmidth, will however remain reported in discontinued operations.Sandvik is also evaluating the strategic options for Sandvik Drilling and Completions (Varel). The business being reviewed relates to the oil and gas industry, representing about 70% of the total revenues of approximately 2 billion SEK generated in 2017 by Sandvik Drilling and Completions. The remaining approximately 30% which manufactures and services application specific roller cone bits primarily to the mining industry, is not included in the review and continues to be core operations of Sandvik Mining and Rock Technology. In its just released Q2 2018 report, Sandvik reports that business is booming – its Mining and Rock Technology business saw order intake improve organically by 15% year-on-year on strong development in most product areas. Revenues increased organically by 16% supported by strong order intake in recent quarters and favorable demand in the aftermarket business.Key items impacting order intake and revenues compared with the year-earlier period:• Order intake was driven by high demand for replacement mining equipment as well as expansion of activities inalready existing mines and high customer activity in the aftermarket business.• Strong growth for both underground and surface mining equipment.• In the equipment business, drilling, crushing and screening accounted for the strongest growth in relative terms.• Growth in the aftermarket business improved significantly, with strong development for both parts & service andconsumables.• All geographies noted a strong underlying activity level. The greatest increase in order intake in relative terms wasnoted in North America, while the timing of orders implied a negative development for Australia.• The aftermarket business accounted for 60% of revenues while the equipment business accounted for 40%.Operating profit improved by 24% and the operating margin increased to 17.1% (16.0), including an adverse impact from changed exchanged rates. Items impacting operating profit and operating margin:• Positive organic growth in revenues of 16% improved the absorption of fixed costs in production.
Today is World Homeless Day 2012. ‘John’ is a homeless man with addiction problems, who uses the services at Merchant’s Quay Ireland. He spoke to TheJournal.ie about his perspective – and the changing face of drug use in Ireland.IT WAS HARD for me to come to the Merchants Quay at first. But it was somewhere to drop into, just somewhere to get in out of the cold.I was getting into drugs; heroin was my drug of choice. I linked up with a care worker in Merchants Quay, I went into treatment, I got clean and I stayed clean for two or three years, but I slipped again. I have been struggling with this for over 15 years. I would get nervous about coming back, because I would feel that I had messed up again and let them down and let myself down. But there was no judgement whatsoever.When I was on the streets I would actively choose not to stay in the hostels. There was 14 to 16 people to a room and you never knew who you were going to be with. I wouldn’t stay there even now. You would have to ring a free phone number every day and they would book you in, depending what hostels were available. There were certain ones I just would not go to, whether they had room or not. The bottom line is, you didn’t know who was going to be staying there. I didn’t want to put myself in that situation again, where others would be using. And also it was the dirtiness of it. There would be a fear you could sit on a needle in there, or of using the showers together.How it progressesI was given all the right information about how to stay clean. But then slowly I slipped back into it, from hanging around with the same people in the same places, and before I knew it I was back on the drugs. It is so easy to get into this situation. I had a great job in the building game, it was steady income and then all of a sudden that was gone. Your hope goes, you get embarrassed and that is how it progresses.Over the years I have noticed a lot of changes. The sheer numbers of people using the service has shot up, there are a lot more foreign nationals coming too. There are definitely a lot more drug users now. The younger group of children using now – both boys and girls – are roughly 18 years of age I would say. Their choice of drug is heroin, but they are also messing around with other forms of drugs and combining them all. I have seen people lose limbs over this – literally within a couple of weeks, gone. They don’t know what they are putting into their bodies. You can try and tell them – I have, from someone with experience – but they won’t listen. It is no use.The way people treat you can vary between good and very bad. In Merchant’s Quay there is no way you’d be branded a junkie by anyone, they don’t like that word even. But out on the street, that is a different story. It could be a simple brush of someone in the street, something that anyone could do on a crowded street. I was brought up well and with manners, so I would always say excuse me and apologise, but I would get called a stupid junkie and that could hurt.Without realisingI was a ‘junkie’ as they would say, for about two or three years, before I even noticed I was. I really never copped on that anyone knew. But the truth was, everyone knew. I wouldn’t go to a methadone clinic because of it and because I was proud and didn’t want anyone to know my business. It is the stigma.There are people that come into Merchants Quay who are not drug users, people that are simply homeless and down on their luck. But they can easily go down the wrong path, any of us can, and soon enough without you realising it, you are wrapped up in it and you can’t see past your nose.At the moment I am fine. I am on a methadone programme. My goal is simply to get up and start again. I don’t want to be on something for the rest of my life. I believe I am strong enough, maybe not at this very moment, but some day. I know I will find it very hard to give it all up. I need a little help and now, I don’t mind asking for it.John’s name has been changed. For more information about Merchants Quay Ireland visit their website at mqi.ie, or their Facebook page.
Updated: 9:12 AM 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSACRAMENTO, Calif. (AP) — California’s nation-leading gas prices are set to climb even higher Monday, when the state gas tax increases another 5.6 cents a gallon.It’s the latest increase from a 2017 law designed to raise about $5 billion a year for road and mass transit programs.A 12 cent-per-gallon boost came that November, and voters last year rejected a Republican-led effort to repeal the law. But Southern California voters did recall one Democratic lawmaker who helped pass the measure.California motorists were paying an average $3.75 per gallon as of late June, far above the national average of $2.71 calculated by AAA .The gas tax will increase to 47.3 cents a gallon July 1, according to the state Board of Equalization, and continue to increase indefinitely starting next year to keep up with the California Consumer Price Index.The money is split between state and local governments, with much of going to fix potholes and rebuild crumbling roads and bridges. Some is also going to public transportation, biking and walking trails, and other projects.Republicans pointed out again that the tax is increasing even as Gov. Gavin Newsom and fellow Democrats complained about high gas prices.Newsom in April blamed possible “inappropriate industry practices” rather than higher taxes and stricter environmental rules, and California Energy Commission investigators subsequently pointed the finger at “possible market manipulation” by retailers.The impending 5.6 cents per gallon boost “will make California less affordable and take another $850 million out of our families’ pocketbooks,” said Senate Republican Leader Shannon Grove of Bakersfield. Assembly Republicans floated an amendment to delay the increase, but majority Democrats blocked the attempt two weeks before the increase takes effect.Here are several other laws taking effect at mid-year:— California becomes the first state to require physicians, surgeons, osteopaths, naturopathic doctors, chiropractors, podiatrists and acupuncturists to notify patients if they are put on probation for serious misconduct. The 2018 bill by Sen. Jerry Hill, a Democrat from San Mateo, requires the notices for sexual misconduct with a patient; drug abuse; a criminal conviction involving harm to patients; and inappropriate prescribing resulting in patient harm and five or more years of probation. The measure was backed by athletes victimized by former USA Gymnastics team doctor Larry Nassar, who admitted sexually abusing women and girls under the guise of medical treatment.— Law enforcement agencies will have 45 days to make public body camera footage recorded during an incident causing death or serious injury. The 2018 bill by Democratic Assemblyman Phil Ting of San Francisco has exceptions if the agency demonstrates “by clear and convincing evidence” that release would substantially interfere with an ongoing investigation or violate the privacy of someone in the footage. The law is one response to lawmakers’ concern over shootings of suspects by police. Proponents said the release will help rebuild trust with communities.— California will tighten its already strict firearms laws by requiring background checks for anyone buying ammunition and barring ammo sales except through licensed dealers. Gun owners already in the state’s databases will have to pay a $1 fee each time they buy bullets or shotgun shells, while others can buy longer term licenses. Dealers have seen a spike in sales as the state prepares to implement the restrictions imposed by voters in 2016. Opponents are suing to block the restrictions, arguing that they will mainly harm law-abiding owners.— California will complete its statewide ban on all lead ammunition for hunting. The Center for Biological Diversity says the ban will reduce the risk that toxic fragments from lead bullets or shot will poison critically endangered California condors along with other raptors and scavengers. Lead ammunition can still be used for target shooting. The center says at least 15 other states have some restrictions, but California’s statewide ban on lead ammunition for hunting is the most sweeping. The state began phasing out its use under a 2013 law.— It will be illegal for anyone to use a social media bot with a fake identity with the intent to spur a purchase or influence a vote. The 2018 bill by Sen. Bob Hertzberg, a Democrat from Van Nuys, requires the bots to be clearly identified in response to concerns that the automated bots can spread inflammatory or false information and were used to post messages about presidential candidates in 2016.— Hospitals must have a written homeless patient discharge planning policy and log which homeless patients are discharged and the destinations where they are released. The 2018 bill by former state Sen. Ed Hernandez, D-West Covina, requires the plans to include coordinating services and referrals for homeless patients with the county behavioral health agency, health care and social service agencies in the region, health care providers, and nonprofit social service providers. It’s aimed at stopping the practice of “patient dumping” of indigent patients.— Homeless and lower income military veterans can have the word “veteran” printed on their drivers’ licenses for free. The 2017 bill by Assemblywoman Sharon Quirk-Silva, a Democrat from Fullerton, waives what had been a $5 processing fee to allow that designation. She said it can make it easier for veterans to access services without carrying around discharge papers and veterans separation documents.— It will be unlawful to sell larger quantities of non-odorized butane. The 2018 bill by Assemblyman Tim Grayson, D-Concord, is designed to stem the use of the highly flammable solvent to manufacture hash oil from cannabis. Illegal operations have resulted in numerous explosions and dozens of deaths in recent years. The law exempts lighters and small containers of non-odorized butane used to refill them. California gas tax is six cents higher on Monday June 29, 2019 AP Posted: June 29, 2019 AP, Categories: California News, Local San Diego News FacebookTwitter
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An oil rig in Cook Inlet, Feb. 22, 2009. (Creative Commons photo)In Hilcorp’s permit application to the Bureau of Ocean Energy Management, the company said it wants to update 40-year-old seismic data in a 370-square mile lease site offshore from Homer and Anchor Point.Seismic data helps companies like Hilcorp locate untapped oil and gas deposits. But the sound waves used to capture the data can harm marine mammals and fish.Hilcorp hoped to start its survey in lower Cook Inlet in late March, which concerned halibut charters like Mike Flores who fish in the area.“In their own words, when they fire those air cannons off, there would be nothing within a couple miles of those air cannons going off,” he said. “They say everything would migrate to shallower waters. Wherever that thing would be working on a day-to-day basis, there would be no halibut.”Commercial salmon fishermen have also raised concerns about the timing of the survey. Roland Maw of the Upper Cook Inlet Drift Association said returning and outgoing Cook Inlet salmon stocks generally pass through the area April through June.“Those sound waves can actually be lethal to the fish, both adults and to the outgoing smolt, especially the outgoing smolt,” Maw added.In an emailed statement, a Hilcorp spokesperson said the company was forced to start its 45-to-60-day survey in late March because of permitting delays caused by the recent federal government shutdown. The company said it’s now delaying the survey until after “the height of fishing and tourist season,” due to concerns raised by fishermen like Maw and Flores.However, Hilcorp requested to begin the survey this spring when it filed for its permit with BOEM in October, long before the shutdown began in December and the approval of the permit is still pending.The company canceled a community meeting in Homer this week and said it will update area residents once it has more information about the survey’s timeline.Environmental advocates like Cook Inletkeeper’s Bob Shavelson want Hilcorp to hold a meeting before it begins work.“From our perspective, it’s much better if Hilcorp sits down with fishermen and other user groups and talks about what’s the best timing,” he said, “what’s your local knowledge, what are the impacts going to be and how do we do this in a way that’s going to work collaborative with your groups and your interest?”Still, the company will have to wait until BOEM approves its permit. That timeline is also unknown. However, under Hilcorp’s request, it could conduct the survey until Oct. 31. Hilcorp said it’s holding off on plans to conduct seismic exploration for oil and gas in lower Cook Inlet because of potential conflicts with halibut and salmon fishermen. The company also lacks a crucial permit to conduct the work, and it’s unclear when it may get the green light to move forward.
Specialist trader Geoffrey Friedman (L) gives a price just after the opening bell on the floor of the New York Stock Exchange July 21, 2014.ReutersAsian shares were little changed on Tuesday as investors turned cautious ahead of U.S. consumer price data due later in the day for clues on the pace of Federal Reserve policy tightening.Global stocks rallied on Monday after U.S. data showed nonfarm payrolls jumped by 313,000 jobs last month, but annual growth in average hourly earnings slowed to 2.6 percent after a spike in January.MSCI’s broadest index of Asia-Pacific shares outside Japan inched down 0.05 percent during early trade.The trend followed Wall Street, where the S&P 500 and the Dow slipped on Monday.Back home, SGX Nifty, an early indicator of the Nifty 50’s trend in India, signals a flat start for the domestic markets after the benchmark Sensex climbed 610 points or 1.83 percent to close at 33,917 on Monday.The partially convertible rupee closed at 65.04 on Monday, up 0.19 percent from its previous close of 65.17.So far this year, the rupee weakened about 2 percent, while foreign investors have bought $142 million and $858 million in equity and debt markets, respectively.India inflation: India’s consumer price inflation eased for the second straight month in February to 4.44 percent but remained above the 4 percent medium-term target of the Reserve Bank of India.Fed indicator: Headline inflation will be out on Tuesday followed by Wednesday’s retail sales numbers which could provide more insight into the strength of U.S. growth.China data: China’s industrial production, retail sales and fixed-asset investment numbers will be released on Wednesday and are are likely to point to slower growth, according to Bloomberg Economics forecasts.Crude check: Brent crude, the benchmark for more than half the world’s oil, lost 0.246 percent at $64.78 per barrel while the West Texas Intermediate crude dropped 0.29 percent at $61.18 a barrel, on Tuesday morning.
US president Donald Trump. File photoNorth Korea’s state media said Sunday that leader Kim Jong Un had overseen a rocket and tactical guided weapons test, after the drill Saturday had raised concerns Pyongyang was escalating provocations with US nuclear negotiations deadlocked.The North last carried out a missile test in November 2017, before a rapid diplomatic rapprochement saw tensions ease on the peninsula and a series of summits.A return to missile launches would be likely to infuriate US president Donald Trump, but the North’s official KCNA news agency shied away from the term in its report, saying Kim had ordered a “strike drill” involving “long-range multiple rocket launchers” — which are not targeted by UN sanctions resolutions — and unspecified “tactical guided weapons”.Seoul’s military described the weapons as “projectiles” after it detected Saturday’s firing.The United States and North Korea have been at loggerheads since the collapse of a Trump-Kim summit in February, when the two sides clashed over sanctions and the extent of Pyongyang’s concessions on its atomic arsenal.But despite the latest sabre-rattling from Pyongyang, Trump insisted that a breakthrough was possible.”Kim Jong Un fully realizes the great economic potential of North Korea, & will do nothing to interfere or end it,” Trump tweeted.”He also knows that I am with him & does not want to break his promise to me. Deal will happen!”The US leader did not elaborate on Kim’s promise.During Saturday’s drill Kim urged his troops to remember “the iron truth that genuine peace and security are ensured and guaranteed only by powerful strength”, KCNA said.The state-run Rodong Sinmun newspaper on Sunday carried 16 photos of the weapons test on its front page, including a picture of a grim-looking Kim clutching his binoculars in an observation post as well as several images of projectiles shooting skywards.Broken promises?Trump proclaimed that the North Korean nuclear threat was over after the two sides’ historic first summit in Singapore in June, when Kim pledged to work towards “complete denuclearisation of the Korean peninsula”.The two have since disagreed over what that means, but Trump has insisted the leaders remain close even after their follow-up meeting in Vietnam broke up without a deal or even a joint statement, and that Kim would maintain his moratorium on long-range missile and nuclear tests.But with negotiations lagging, the North appears to be testing the US while staying below that threshold.The Saturday drill followed last month’s test-firing of very short-range tactical weapons, and came days after a senior North Korean diplomat chastised US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo for making “foolish and dangerous” comments during nuclear talks.Analysts said Pyongyang appears intent on raising pressure on Washington.”Kim wants to ensure the world knows it is upset with the US hardline stance on denuclearisation and will not bow to external pressure,” said Scott Seaman of the Eurasia Group.Unwanted outcomeBut Ankit Panda of the Federation of American Scientists stressed that the projectile launch “does not violate Kim Jong Un’s self-imposed missile-testing moratorium”, which “only applied to intercontinental-range ballistic missiles”.Even so, a statement from Seoul’s presidential Blue House said it was “greatly concerned,” calling it a violation of a military agreement signed by both Koreas last year.On Friday, South Korean foreign minister Kang Kyung-wha said Pyongyang should show “visible, concrete and substantial” denuclearisation action if it wants sanctions relief — the issue at the centre of the Hanoi debacle.Earlier this week, North Korean vice foreign minister Choe Son Hui warned Washington of an “unwanted outcome” if it did not adjust its stance on economic sanctions.Biegun visitSince the collapse of the Hanoi summit, South Korean president Moon Jae-in — who brokered the first meeting between the mercurial US and North Korean leaders — has tried to salvage diplomacy, but Pyongyang has remained largely unresponsive.Last week, on the anniversary of the first Panmunjom summit between Moon and Kim, KCNA said Washington and Seoul “keep pushing the situation of the Korean peninsula and the region to an undesirable phase”, criticising their joint military exercises.The North Korean drill comes just days before US special representative Stephen Biegun is to visit Japan and South Korea for talks on Pyongyang’s nuclear arsenal.
Robert StokesRobert Stokes says that he has “already been in it for the long haul” when discussing District 12. He is already at work on what will be one of his toughest challenges – creating unity across the racially and economically diverse 12th district, according to supporters.Stokes, an East Baltimore native and graduate of Paul Laurence Dunbar High, defeated six other competitors in the April 27th primary election to become the Democratic candidate for November’s 12th District City Council election. He has been involved in City government for much of the past 20 years, as Community Representative to former Mayor Kurt Schmoke from 1988-1994 and assistant to former City Council City Council President Lawrence A. Bell from 1998 to 2000.Stokes served on the Baltimore City Democratic State Central Committee from 2010-2014 and if elected in Nov. will transition from city council staffer to city council member. Stokes has worked for current District 12 city council member Carl Stokes (no relation) since 2010.Stokes is the poster child for persistence and openly shares his “try it again” attitude with youth. He ran for the Maryland House of Delegates in 2014 after previous failed candidacies in 2006 and 2002. Stokes originally ran for City Council in 1999 before the city’s current redistricting. Baltimore’s District 12 was originally District two. He picked up support after each attempt and continued to increase his visibility and influence in the community. “When it’s your time and God is looking out for you, it will happen,” Stokes told the AFRO.Stokes says he will use City Council as a platform to leverage opportunities for youth in District 12 neighborhoods. He wants apprenticeship programs in the city’s schools. “The kid that’s not going to college when he leaves out of high schools, he should have the opportunity for an apprenticeship,” Stokes said.Stokes looks forward to collaborating with incoming Baltimore Public Schools CEO Sonja Santelises about providing a role for local unions to connect with students. “When the Unions go to the schools, they get push back. There should be some balance. I think the school system has an old model,” Stokes said. “College can get expensive. We need opportunities for students who can’t foot that bill,” he said.Kathy Christian, Board member of the Greater Greenmont Community Association (GGCA) was convinced that Stokes’ connection with residents was critical for helping District 12 advance. GGCA represents Greenmont Avenue, Barclay and Midway in East Baltimore; neighborhoods with blocks of stable homeowners and newcomers interspersed with blight and abandoned properties.“He is really focused on the community. He lives, breathes and sleeps this community. When he said he was running, I knew we had the right advocate because Robert’s empowerment is about making a difference on behalf of the citizens of the district,” Christian said.Stokes’ economically diverse district includes both neighborhoods bordering Johns Hopkins Homewood campus and Stokes’ own Oliver community, once a thriving middle-class community with residents who are determined to seek economic transformation without displacement of long-term residents. Stokes hopes to transform economic vehicles like the TIF (tax increment financing) to strengthen distressed neighborhoods. “Let’s take that same concept and put it back into the community where there’s low housing, no housing and vacant housing; where’s there’s no commercial business and create community impact,” said Stokes. “I think it’s important to work with developers and require that they demonstrate community impact,” Stokes said.Strengthening the capacity of community organizations is another key to strong neighborhoods according to Stokes. One of his proudest achievements has been supporting the development of Unified Neighborhoods Coalition (UNC), a collaboration between 13 community organizations across the 12th District that started with a combined Holiday party last December.“Our community presidents didn’t talk to each other, they talked around each other,” Stokes said. “We started UNC so the community presidents can start talking to each other and helping each other out,” Stokes said. Unified Neighborhoods Coalition facilitates communication across the District’s diverse community associations. “It’s a matter of learning how to write a mission statement, conduct a focus group, write grants and beautify their neighborhoods,” he enthused.Stokes grew up in Baltimore with lessons from his mother about taking pride in the community. “My mother had eight children and two sets of twins. (Stokes has a twin sister.) My mother taught us how to be respectful, and we had Afro-clean block. She made us respect other people in the block and that taught us who our neighbors were. We had to get up at 6:00 a.m. and scrub those steps,” Stokes said.Stokes explained the secret of the Afro-clean block campaigns he experienced from his youth. “If you get young people out of those houses to clean up their one block, you’ll be surprised,” Stokes said. “When you start cleaning up in the community and there is illegal activity going on, it’s going to leave” Stokes said.The key to getting Baltimore on track is to enhance communication between layers of city government just as he has done with the neighborhood organizations in District 12, Stokes said. “I already know Cathy Pugh so I look forward to a good working relationship with the new Mayor and the new City Council,” he said. I already know the current council members and the President of the Council. People want change and they want people to work together. We really don’t have a choice but to work together,” Stokes said.
In what comes as a unique global market initiative for India’s signature fabric Khadi at the global level, the Khadi and Village Industries Commission (KVIC) would join the National Day event of Montenegro in India on July 13, 2018 at New Delhi, known as ‘Trendy Montenegro with Indian Khadi’.Giving this information, KVIC Chairman Vinai Kumar Saxena said that the event would globalize the concept of hand-spun, hand-woven and natural fabric – the core properties of Khadi. “The event will also promote the use of Khadi internationally with the Montenegrin and European trends and designers, subsequently creating a global market for Khadi. KVIC will work together with Montenegro in creating promotional commercial sales of its products, which is all set to catch the positive publicity worldwide,” he said, adding, “It is really a matter of pride for the nation that many diplomats attending this event are likely to don Khadi on this occasion.” Also Read – Add new books to your shelfOn the other hand, expressing her happiness for KVIC collaborating with Montenegro, Dr Janice Darbari, the Consul General of Montenegro in India, said that goodwill and friendship in the diplomatic core would be used to promote Khadi. “It is a matter of pride that a milestone in international co-operation between Montenegro and India will be set on July 13 as Khadi is a zero-carbon footprint industry that patronizes Indian artisans – hand-spinning and hand-weaving natural fibre clothes. Top diplomats of many embassies will participate in this event and they will be acquainted with the signature fabric of India and its avenues globally,” she said.
Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… A volunteer, Gary Hollander, warned that many people do not come forward with symptoms out of fear and possible stigma.Fortunately, both of these diseases are treatable. Both pose more risks if they go untreated, but penicillin can help with syphilis. As for HIV, more medications like PrEP are becoming the norm.However, Ugland said that it’s still a ‘really big deal’, especially with it affecting younger people.Milwaukee Public Schools officials released a statement about the outbreak:‘Because schools have a significant number of students in the 15-18 age group, we are working with the Milwaukee Health Department, in a collaborative and preventive effort, to share information with young people in middle schools and high schools to keep them healthy and to protect their health.’The Human Rights Campaign manager of Wisconsin, Wendy Strout, called the numbers ‘alarming and disturbing’.‘The failure to fund critical prevention programs leads to outbreaks like this.’To live in an AIDS-free nation, Strout put the pressure on officials, saying they need to treat such an outbreak like an emergency and fight for health education.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . It’s one of the largest sexually transmitted infection clusters in the city’s history. Health care officials confirmed the news to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.A cluster is defined as a development of a disease in a closely grouped time and place. Most of the people infected are men, with 45% of them being HIV positive. Public school students make up less than 10% of the people who tested positive. However, officials warn this number could increase.‘This is an epidemic people are not talking about enough, and it leads to people taking unnecessary risks,’ said Melissa Ugland, a public health consultant who works with nonprofits.Officials are still trying to track down people. Ugland believes the number of cases, therefore, will likely increase.Fear and stigmaHealth officials first became aware of a possible cluster in mid-December. Indonesia’s LGBTI crackdown has led to five-fold HIV increaseBlack gay men create sexual health campaign that represents themWATCH: Parenting group wants more HIV positive people to consider becoming parentsRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/hiv-outbreak-milwaukee/ An outbreak of HIV and syphilis has affected more than 125 people, including high school students, in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Health care officials warn the number will likely go up. | Photo: Unsplash/Daan Stevens GAYSTARNEWS- eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us)
<< Previous PostNext Post >> Wednesday, January 4, 2017 Tags: Air France, Toronto Pearson Airport Two planes clip wings at Pearson Airport The Canadian Press MISSISSAUGA, Ont. — The Transportation Safety Board has been called in to investigate a minor accident involving two passenger planes Tuesday evening at Toronto’s Pearson International Airport.A Pakistan International Airlines (PIA) plane clipped an Air France plane while taxiing to its gate at about 6 p.m. ET.Greater Toronto Airports Authority spokeswoman Natalie Moncur says a wing tip of the PIA plane hit a wing tip of the Air France plane, which was parked at a gate at Terminal 3.No one was injured and the damage is relatively minor.Passengers on the PIA plane finally picked up their bags after waiting an hour on the plane and another four hours in the terminal. Share Posted by
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