“This brings to five, the number of peacekeepers killed in targeted attacks in the Central African Republic since January 2018, with two attacks occurring in the span of a week,” UN Spokesperson Stéphane Dujarric said in a statement issued on behalf of Secretary-General António Guterres.The latest attack by armed insurgents on the UN peacekeeping mission in CAR, known by its French acronym MINUSCA, resulted in the killing of a peacekeeper from Burundi and the wounding of another while they were on patrol in Bambari, in the centre of the country.On 3 June, an attack by armed insurgents killed a UN peacekeeper from Tanzania and injured seven others while they were patrolling in the country’s west.The Secretary-General “urges the Central African Republic authorities to spare no effort in investigating and identifying the perpetrators so that they can be swiftly brought to justice,” Mr. Dujarric said, recalling that attacks against UN peacekeepers may constitute a war crime and that sanctions can be applied against perpetrators who are brought to justice.In the statement, the Secretary-General offered his deepest condolences to the family of the deceased as well as to the Government of Burundi, and wished a swift recovery to the injured.
Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedOp-Ed: Security Minister instructing Top Cop another flagrant Constitutional breachDecember 6, 2017In “Opinion”Halted Police promotions: Former AG says legal action looming if directive not withdrawnAugust 15, 2017In “Court”Budhram’s replacement as Crime Chief temporary as Blanhum takes leave- PROSeptember 13, 2017In “Crime” Dear Mr. President, I do hope that you will give due regard to my concerns raised in this letter and I am positive that you will do everything in your power to bring resolution to grievous wrong being done to a pitiable calf which has been impounded at the #51 Police Station for the past 4 months.This matter has been ventilated in the press by various letters and articles but despite assurances given by the Public Relations Officer of the Guyana Police Force no progress has been made to alleviate the sufferings of this poor animal. Everyone in the Police Force is cognizant of the plight of this calf including the Public Security Minister yet the matter is now becoming an embarrassment to our Coalition Government. Some Berbicians are questioning the ability of our law enforcement to deliver a good service when such cruelties to animals are being perpetrated by the very people who supposed to afford protection. There are many instances where animals have died in the pounds due to thirst and starvation. Only recently 2 goats died at the Albion Police Station. The atrocious conditions and the refusal of the police to feed these animals are quickly transforming these pounds into slaughterhouses.I am living at Skeldon and I would normally travel to #51 Police Station in order to feed and water this animal when Mr. Harbhajan, the PM’s Representative of Region 6, is unable to do so.Your Excellency, this is not a ‘disputed animal’ as the Public Relations Officer claimed in the Press, this calf was struck down by a Motor car driver and only his mirror was broken while the cow calf suffered a broken back leg and no one was injured and since then no one came forward to claim the animal and it has been tied with a short piece of rope since early September and to date it remains in the sun, rain and not to mention the season of mosquitoes. Many versions of the Police file were given and yet the animal remains impounded-sometimes the file went to the DPP, sometimes it went to the Public Security Minister and sometimes it is with the Divisional Commander (Royal run around with the Guyana Police Force as usual). No one seems to give a straight answer.I beseech you Mr. President, to use your executive power and free this calf. I saw you feeding the baby elephant in Kenya and I conclude that you love animals and that you are a kind, compassionate and humane person. I am sure that you will express your Christian sentiments and free this poor calf before Christmas Yours sincerely, Mrs. Leila Hazell-Bhudial. read more
10,691 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Monday 12 Jun 2017, 6:52 PM Jun 12th 2017, 6:52 PM Short URL Republican who bodyslammed reporter sentenced to 20 hours of anger management Montana congressman Greg Gianforte was handed 40 hours of community service today. http://jrnl.ie/3440566 Image: Rachel Leathe/Bozeman Daily Chronicle via AP Republican Greg Gianforte assaulted a Guardian reporter the day before his election. Image: Rachel Leathe/Bozeman Daily Chronicle via AP 49 Comments THE US STATE of Montana’s next congressman, Greg Gianforte, avoided jail time today after pleading guilty to assaulting a reporter the day before he was elected.Gallatin County Justice of the Peace Rick West sentenced the Republican technology entrepreneur to 40 hours of community service, 20 hours of anger management counseling and ordered him to pay a $385 fine for the misdemeanour (around €344).If he remains law-abiding for 180 days, he can petition for the conviction to be removed from his record.Gianforte’s attorneys noted that he had already paid more than $4,600 in restitution (around €4,106) to Guardian reporter Ben Jacobs for the assault, which cast a pall over his 25 May victory to serve the remainder of Ryan Zinke’s term. Zinke resigned to become Interior Department secretary.Gianforte, 56, is expected to be sworn in to the state’s sole US House seat later this month.Jacobs said Gianforte knocked him to the ground when he asked the candidate a question 24 May.Audio taken by Jacobs recorded sounds of a scuffle, followed by Gianforte yelling for the reporter to “get the hell out of here.” Gianforte was cited that night.In an attempt to put the matter behind him, Gianforte first settled all civil claims with Jacobs before requesting that today’s court date cover both his arraignment and sentencing.In the civil settlement, Gianforte agreed to give $50,000 to the Committee to Protect Journalists and wrote Jacobs a letter of apology in which he acknowledged assaulting the reporter for asking a “legitimate question about healthcare policy.”In exchange, Jacobs agreed not to sue Gianforte and said he would not object if Gianforte entered a no-contest plea to the criminal charge, which would have allowed Gianforte to concede to the charge without admitting guilt.But Gallatin County Attorney Marty Lambert said on Friday that he had not agreed to any deal in which Gianforte would plead no contest.Gianforte, who sold the software company he founded to Oracle for $1.8 billion in 2011, won his first political office over Democrat Rob Quist after a short but intense campaign set off by Zinke’s appointment to the Cabinet post by President Donald Trump.The special election drew millions of dollars in donations from across the US.Read: Paul Ryan says Republican should apologise for ‘bodyslamming’ Guardian reporterRead: One day after bodyslamming reporter, Republican politician gets elected, vows to ‘drain the swamp’ Share1 Tweet Email Republican Greg Gianforte assaulted a Guardian reporter the day before his election. By Associated Press read more
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram During the ‘Macedonia’ name dispute rally that took place in Thessaloniki on Sunday, unidentified supporters of Greece’s Neo Nazi group Golden Dawn found a chance to write the party’s logo on the city’s Holocaust Memorial. The Central Board of Jewish Communities in Greece condemned the desecration of the Memorial asking state and Church authorities to take action.In their joint statement they denounce the act offending the memory of the thousands of Jews that were killed by the Nazis and their families.“Merely a week before the International Holocaust Remembrance Day followers of the Nazi party in Greece stated their presence by desecrating the Holocaust Monument in Thessaloniki with their repulsive signature,” the statement said.“They did not desecrate just the memory of the 50.000 Jews of Thessaloniki, the 65.000 Jews of Greece, the 6.000.000 Jews of Europe deported and exterminated by the Nazis in the German concentration camps. They desecrated the values of Democracy itself, the very civilization of a city, and proved that the remnants of Nazism have still roots in our country. Roots that -if not eradicated by society- might spread even more guiding us again in the darkest period of world history.The Central Board of Jewish Communities (KIS) in Greece urges one more time the State Authorities, the Church and the social institutions to firmly condemn the vandal attack against the memory and the history of Thessaloniki and of Greece.According to movement Against Antisemitism dikra, the Monument was recently desecrated with a ‘Free Palestine’ graffiti.Dikra stresses that also on Sunday -the day of the big Macedonia-protest, antisemitic leaflets were posted at the White Tower square targeting the Mayor of Thessaloniki, Yiannis Boutaris, and calling him ‘a slave of the Jews’,” the statement concluded. read more
Des requins hybrides découverts au large de l’AustralieDes chercheurs ont découvert les premiers requins hybrides du monde, mélange de deux espèces différentes, au large de l’Australie. Ils ont observé une soixantaine de spécimens, témoignant selon eux de l’adaptation de ces prédateurs au changement climatique.Mardi, des chercheurs en biologie marine ont annoncé avoir découvert dans les eaux australiennes les premiers requins hybrides du monde, rapporte le site 7sur7.be. Ces animaux sont issus de la reproduction croisée du requin bordé commun et du requin bordé australien. Si ces deux espèces sont apparentées, elles sont génétiquement distinctes. Et leur croisement est selon les scientifiques la preuve que les requins s’adaptent au changement climatique.À lire aussiUn requin mako filmé en pleine attaque par une caméra embarquée (Vidéo)”L’hybridation pourrait permettre au requin de s’adapter aux changements environnementaux, le requin bordé australien préférant les eaux tropicales du Nord de la côte alors que le requin bordé commun opte plutôt pour les eaux tempérées du Sud-Est australien”, explique le Dr Jennifer Ovenden, qui a participé à l’étude de 57 spécimens observés dans une zone de 2.000 kilomètres s’étendant de la province du Queensland jusqu’à celle du New South Wales. “Il est généralement difficile de rencontrer des requins hybrides sauvages, en découvrir 57 sur 2.000 kilomètres est tout à fait exceptionnel et montre que l’évolution est en cours” souligne-t-elle.Croisé avec l’espèce commune de requin bordé, le prédateur australien accède à un habitat naturel plus large, explique à l’AFP le chercheur Jess Morgan, de l’université du Queensland. “Cela permet à des espèces limitées aux eaux tropicales de vivre dans des eaux plus tempérées”, indique-t-il. Si ces requins hybrides s’avèrent plus résistants que leurs parents, il est possible que la nouvelle espèce remplace progressivement les requins de pure race, soulignent les scientifiques. “Je ne sais pas si c’est le cas ici, mais nous savons qu’ils sont viables, qu’ils se reproduisent et qu’il y a plusieurs générations d’hybrides. Ils semblent être des animaux tout à fait sains”, note Colin Simpfendorfer, chercheur à l’université James Cook.Le 3 janvier 2012 à 14:43 • Maxime Lambert read more
Une nouvelle espèce d’écureuil volant découverte au Laos Décrite récemment dans la revue Zootaxa, une nouvelle espèce d’écureuil volant a été découverte au Loos par une équipe internationale de biologistes.Une équipe de chercheurs de Thaïlande, du Royaume-Uni et de la République démocratique populaire du Laos ont eu le rare privilège de découvrir, dans ce dernier pays, une nouvelle espèce de mammifère : un écureuil volant qu’ils ont baptisé Biswamoyopterus laoensis. Le nom vernaculaire (nom usuel) proposé est : “écureuil volant géant laotien”.L’animal est un ‘véritable’ écureuil volant, bien que ce terme soit parfois utilisé pour désigner des animaux de forme similaire mais qui ne sont pas des rongeurs. Selon la description faite, il pèse 1,8 kg et mesure environ 1,08 m de longueur totale – dont 0,46 m pour le corps et 0,62 m pour la queue. Ce sont en tout cas les mensurations du seul spécimen connu, collecté dans un contexte assez particulier.”C’est une découverte remarquable pour la science. C’est une espèce très rare de grande taille. Ce spécimen d’écureuil volant laotien a été trouvé incidemment sur l’étal d’un marché de viande de brousse dans le centre du Loos, il y a environ 1 an”, a expliqué Daosavanh Sanamxay, de l’Université Prince of Songkla de Thaïlande, auteur principal de l’étude.Une aire de distribution inconnue À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?”Ses poils sont de couleur variable, mais comprennent généralement les éléments suivants : une couleur cendrée métallique à la base, sur une longueur allant jusqu’à 20 mm ; du brun rougeâtre dans la partie médiane, sur environ 15 mm ; et une pointe noire d’environ 3 mm. Une bande gris blanchâtre caractéristique, d’environ 6 mm de longueur, est présente dans les poils [de la face dorsale] (…)”, expliquent les chercheurs.La nouvelle espèce est un proche parent de l’espèce Biswamoyopterus biswasi, connue elle aussi à partir d’un seul spécimen, découvert dans le nord-ouest de l’Inde en 1981. “Comme Biswamoyopterus biswasi, l’étendue de l’aire [de distribution] géographique de Biswamoyopterus laoensis n’est actuellement pas connue”, concluent les scientifiques.(crédits photo : Daosavanh Sanamxay et al) Le 15 septembre 2013 à 09:47 • Maxime Lambert read more
SUTHERLAND SPRINGS, Texas — A man opened fire inside of a church in a small South Texas community on Sunday, killing more than 20 people and wounding at least 10 others before being killed or killing himself, authorities said.The exact number of victims in the attack at the First Baptist Church in Sutherland Springs wasn’t immediately known. But a law enforcement official who was briefed on the investigation told The Associated Press that more than 20 people were killed and between 10 and 15 others were wounded, though the official stressed that the investigation was in its early stages and the figures could change.The official said the gunman fled in a vehicle after the attack and was killed, either by a self-inflicted wound or during a confrontation with police. The official was not authorized to discuss the ongoing investigation and spoke to the AP on the condition of anonymity.Federal law enforcement swarmed the small community 30 miles southeast of San Antonio after the attack to offer assistance, including ATF investigators and members of the FBI’s evidence collection team.Among those killed was the 14-year-old daughter of the church’s pastor and his wife. Sherri Pomeroy said in a text message to the AP that she and her husband were out of town when the attack occurred, but they lost their daughter “and many friends.” She said she and her husband, Frank Pomeroy, were trying to get home. The text was in response to an interview request sent to a phone number linked in online records to her husband, pastor Frank Pomeroy. read more
Carlo Ancelotti has ruled out the return of Edinson Cavani to Napoli considering the current form of Polish striker Arkadiusz Milik.The former PSG boss is confident that Milik would produce the goods as he has put two long-term injuries behind him to score four goals in his last three Serie A games for Napoli.And Carletto believes the talk of Cavani coming back is counterproductive to the Pole.“VAR is technology that needs improving, but football needs it,” the Coach told Football Italia via Tiki Taka.“Like all innovations, there’s some uncertainty at the beginning, but we’re on the right tracks.Sacchi explains Sarri, Conte, and Ancelotti Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Arrigo Sacchi talked about how Sarri has a tougher time at Juventus than Conte at Inter; while Ancelotti’s “blood is boiling” at Napoli.Arrigo Sacchi…“The derby was very tight. Torino played the game they needed to play with great energy, but the penalty incident determined the result.“Milik’s a very young lad who was out injured for two years, and that shouldn’t be forgotten.“He was a bit up and down at the start, but now he’s finding continuity and we hope he’ll carry on like this.“It’s ironic that people are talking about Cavani, who is much loved in Naples, when our strikers have scored a lot of goals.” read more
American Soybean Association (ASA) President Richard Wilkins, ASA Board member and U.S. Soybean Export Council (USSEC) Vice Chair Jim Miller and ASA, CEO Steve Censky participated in Unified Export Strategy planning sessions organized and led by USSEC.International staff and consultants, industry reps and various U.S. soybean farmers discussed markets, various soy organizations’ strategic plans and soy export promotion ideas. Other members of the soy family included United Soybean Board (USB), Qualified State Soybean Board (QSSB) and ASA’s World Initiative for Soy in Human Health (WISHH) Program. This was the third and last regional meeting; staff will now prepare regional and utilization plan budgets and strategies for grower leader review in late January.
A 26-year-old Vancouver man has been arrested for allegedly leading Clark County sheriff’s deputies on a high-speed chase early Tuesday and then crashing into a barrier on southbound Interstate 5 north of the 39th Street/Main Street exit.Justin Waser was arrested on suspicion of driving under the influence of intoxicants and attempting to elude law enforcement. Waser sustained non-life-threatening injuries in the collision and was treated at PeaceHealth Southwest Medical Center, according to the sheriff’s office. His condition was unknown Tuesday. PeaceHealth could not provide any information about the patient. No one else was injured in the collision.Emergency dispatchers received a report around 6 a.m. of an alleged DUI driver leaving La Center in a silver Ford Focus with Michigan plates. A deputy in a marked vehicle attempted to stop the car on southbound I-5, south of the 319th Street overpass. The car continued south at a speed of more than 90 mph, the sheriff’s office said.Deputies attempted to stop the car with a spike strip near the 99th Street exit on I-5 but were unsuccessful. The driver began passing motorists on the shoulder of the road, nearly colliding with several vehicles.Near the 39th Street/Main Street overpass of Interstate 5, the suspect vehicle spun out of control and stalled. The vehicle slammed into the center freeway barrier and came to a stop north of the 39th Street overpass.Washington State Patrol assisted in the pursuit. read more
This diagram depicts sexual relationships of HIV-positive and at-risk individuals in one village in Bristol Bay that has seen an outbreak of five new cases of HIV. (Graphic courtesy of Alaska Department of Health and Social Services)Five cases of HIV in one Bristol Bay area village have been reported to health officials. The small outbreak, or cluster, began with one individual case reported in February of 2016. Two more were reported in October and November, and two additional people tested positive as officials began investigating.Listen nowConcerns surfaced that the HIV might be tied to needle sharing from the epidemic of opioid drug use.Dr. Cathy Hyndman from the Kanakanak Hospital in Dillingham said health officials have determined unprotected sex, not needle sharing, allowed transmission of the virus.“HIV is spread through sharing of blood and body fluids,” Hyndman said. “It could be happening by drug use, but it does not appear to be so in this particular group of cases.This particular group of cases seems to be associated with sexually transmitted vectors.”According to a state report, all five of the HIV cases in this cluster involve men who have sex with men.Needle sharing was not reported as a risk factor, but alcohol and drug use did likely lead to unprotected sexual activity.“When a person is intoxicated by alcohol, they make more poor choices,” Hyndman said. “Or, unfortunately, in some cases their choice is taken away from them by the alcohol.They may be passed out and not even know that someone is having sex with them.”HIV is treatable, and Hyndman recommends people at risk get tested often and begin treatment quickly if diagnosed with HIV.Transmitting the virus also is preventable.“Use protection. The only protection that is available for sexually transmitted cases is wear condoms,” Hyndman said. “Every time. Every time.”State health officials said limited access to health care and health education, as well as patient concerns about stigma and confidentiality, can be barriers to routine testing in rural Alaska.Over the past five years, an average of 28 newly diagnosed cases of HIV were reported in Alaska.A majority, 54 percent, involve men who have sex with men, most of whom live in urban areas of the state. read more
Swedish police on Tuesday granted a mosque permission to hold a weekly call for prayer, triggering divisions among politicians and the public five months ahead of elections in a country which has taken in waves of asylum seekers in recent years.The police permit, which is valid for a year, has caused concern among some politicians that it will exacerbate cultural tensions, while others maintained a neutral stance of the September 9 general election.”Call to prayer will not strengthen integration in (the southern city of Vaxjo), but it will rather risk pulling the city further apart,” city council Anna Tenje of the conservative Moderates told TT news agency.But Sweden’s Social Democrats Prime Minister Stefan Lofven said that ending segregation goes hand in hand with tackling unemployment and making sure schools and neighbourhoods have high standards.”The entire society in Sweden is built on having different religions,” he told TT.According to a poll conducted by the social research company SIFO and published by the private broadcaster TV4 in March, 60 percent of respondents said they wanted to ban the Islamic call to prayer from mosques in Sweden.- ‘Differences make us stronger’-The police said in their statement that the mosque in Vaxjo will be allowed to hold the Islamic call to prayer, the Adhan, every Friday for three minutes and 45 seconds.Leader of the Christian Democrats Ebba Busch Thor, who contested the decision, said “people shouldn’t have to hear it in their homes.”The police said the volume of the mosque’s speakers was not allowed to exceed a certain level so as not to risk disturbing households nearby. They added the decision was based on the nation’s public order laws and not on religion.Vaxjo’s mosque is the country’s third to be allowed to hold a call to prayer, following one in a Stockholm suburb and another in the nation’s southeast.Avdi Islami, a spokesman for the Muslim community in Vaxjo, said thousands of Muslims visit the mosque every year and likened the prayer calls to ringing church bells.”We have a society in which we are different…it’s therefore better to think of the differences as making us stronger,” he told TT.It’s difficult to know exactly how many Muslims there are in Sweden, but the Swedish Agency For Support To Faith Communities estimate the number to be at 400,000.As the far-right Sweden Democrats are on the rise, with around 20 percent in support according to the latest polls, the main issues during the election campaign are expected to be health care, education and immigration.Sweden has registered around 400,000 asylum requests since 2012, or one for every 25 inhabitants, a record in Europe. read more
Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: In our weekly political roundup, we discuss everything from Pres. Trump’s first veto (overriding the challenge to his emergency declaration regarding border security), to Rep. Devin Nunes suing Twitter, to more Democrats adding their names to the 2020 presidential race, to the effect layoffs stemming from Proposition B might have on the Houston mayoral race.In the audio above, Houston Matters host Craig Cohen talks it over with Brandon Rottinghaus from the University of Houston and co-host of Houston Public Media’s Party Politics podcast and Houston Chronicle columnist Erica Grieder. 00:00 /09:55 X Listen
This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. The scientists, Denghui Xu and Chihaya Adachi from the Center for Future Chemistry at Kyushu University in Fukuoka, Japan, have reported the liquid-OLED in a recent issue of Applied Physics Letters. As they explain, the novel design is based on a liquid-emitting layer, and could have advantages for flexible displays and other organic electronics applications.Usually, OLED displays use solid-state organic films that give off light when an electric current is applied. One significant benefit of OLED displays compared to traditional liquid crystal displays (LCDs) is that OLEDs do not require a backlight. For this reason, OLEDs can be made very thin and flexible, as well as use less power, enabling them to run longer on a single battery charge.The new liquid-OLED could achieve these same benefits, but by using a liquid organic semiconductor instead of the solid-state films. Other than a few previous studies that have investigated using polymer solutions as the semiconducting layer, this is the first time that researchers have attempted to fabricate a practical liquid semiconductor for OLEDs.As Xu and Adachi explain, their device uses ethylhexyl carbazole (EHCz) as the liquid semiconducting layer due to its high hole mobility, which is associated with good electrical conductivity. The scientists doped the EHCz with solid rubrene, which has a high photoluminescence efficiency. They then prepared a substrate with this liquid mixture placed in between an anode and cathode, which in turn were sandwiched by glass layers. When testing the device, the researchers observed electroluminescence from rubrene with the naked eye.“Since EHCz provides hole transport and rubrene does electron transport and emitting functions, the combination leads to electroluminescence,” Adachi told PhysOrg.com.The researchers hope that, by taking advantage of the new device’s unique liquid properties, they can make further improvements in OLED technology. For instance, liquid semiconductors could easily fill the space between two electrodes in curved structures without cracking or shortage problems. The researchers also suggest that the liquid semiconductors could be circulated or refilled into the active emitting layer. This constant, fresh supply of semiconductors could improve device reliability and reduce degradation.“This is quite a new concept, realizing truly flexible and degradation-free OLEDs,” Adachi said. “Although the electroluminescence efficiency is still low level, we can surely improve it by optimizing the device parameters and organic semiconductors.”More information: Denghui Xu and Chihaya Adachi. “Organic light-emitting diode with liquid emitting layer.” Applied Physics Letters 95, 053304 (2009).Copyright 2009 PhysOrg.com. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed in whole or part without the express written permission of PhysOrg.com. The new liquid-OLED has a liquid semiconducting layer made of EHCz doped with rubrene. Liquid-OLEDs could offer improved device reliability and greater flexibility. Credit: Xu and Adachi. Citation: Liquid-OLED Offers More Light-Emitting Possibilities (2009, August 14) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2009-08-liquid-oled-light-emitting-possibilities.html Explore further Simple OLEDs ready for quick manufacturing (PhysOrg.com) — As organic light-emitting diodes (OLEDs) are poised to go mainstream in the near future, scientists continue to explore new twists on the technology. Recently, researchers have fabricated a “liquid-OLED” – an OLED that uses a liquid organic semiconducting layer to transport charge. read more
Kolkata: West Bengal Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi Monday conveyed his greetings to the people of the state on the occasion of the Chhath Puja celebrations. In a statement, Tripathi hoped that the festival provides an opportunity to reconfirm faith in the cultural heritage and spirit of friendship among all sections of the society. Chhath Puja is celebrated in Bihar, Jharkhand, Eastern Uttar Pradesh, West Bengal and also in neighbouring Nepal. This year Chhath Puja is being celebrated over four days starting Sunday to Wednesday.
Cancun, Q.R. — The Ministry of Public Security reports the arrest of five after they were found carrying weapons and gear in a residential subdivision of Cancun. Upon the second request, they did pull over but fled from the vehicle. Police requested back up and managed to located all five men. An inspection revealed a .38 caliber with eight cartridges, a 9-millimeter pistol with a magazine of nine cartridges, an empty metal magazine for a long weapon and a black tactical vest. La Secretaría de Seguridad Pública says that five men, alleged members of a criminal gang, are under investigation by la Fiscalía General de la República (FGR) after police found them carrying two firearms and a tactical vest. A check with Platform Mexico showed the vehicle they were driving was reported as being involved in a robbery. The arrest occurred at 2:15 p.m. in the Villas Otoch Paradise subdivision in Supermanzana 259 of Cancun Wednesday afternoon. The men were taken into custody after a routine surveillance tour resulted in them being physically reviewed. Police report that during their residential patrol, they came across a blue Ford with Yucatan plates. When the occupants of the vehicle saw police, they began acting suspicious, ignoring the first police demand to pull over. The detainees have been identified as 23-year-old Jonathan N, Felipe N, 21, Mauricio N, 24, Cristian N, 18 and Salvador N, 25, all from the states of Campeche, Tabasco and Chiapas. The five were taken into custody and placed at the disposal of la Fiscalía General de la República for carrying a firearm exclusively for the Army and Air Force. 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) read more
The Western Australian (WA) Government has today announced Regional Express (Rex) as the operator of two routes in its review of regulated Regular Public Transport (RPT) air services in the state.This confers on Rex the sole right to operate on these routes for the next five years beginning on 28 February 2016.The deed of agreement to operate the routes was signed on Monday 7 December.This results in the nation’s largest independent regional airline operating in WA for the first time. The two WA routes are:Perth to EsperancePerth to AlbanyThis announcement follows the recent award to Rex of five of the seven regulated routes in Queensland and eight of the ten regulated routes in New South Wales.Rex’s General Manager for Network Strategy & Sales Mr Warrick Lodge said, “Rex is honoured to be selected by the WA State Government to provide essential regional air services between Perth and the regional communities of Albany and Esperance.”“We have noted in the public media and the parliamentary debates the considerable dissatisfaction and disquiet of the WA public over its regional air services. Rex is without doubt Australia’s most efficient and trusted regional airline and we pledge to live up to our reputation for safe, reliable and affordable air service with country hospitality from the very first day of operations on 28 February 2016.”“However, we need to highlight that current airport charges at Albany and Esperance are significantly higher than in Rex’s eastern network. Rex will work hard with the councils to reduce this cost but if this is not successful then inevitably ticket prices will have to reflect this.”Rex senior executives are visiting Esperance and Albany today in conjunction with the Minister for Transport to meet with all local stakeholders to understand the local issues and to explain Rex’s proposal as well as to work out a partnership approach to bring the best possible outcome for the travelling public. Fly Rex Source = Regional Express read more
By Stefanos Evripidou PRESIDENT NICOS Anastasiades discussed the new round of Cyprus peace talks and regional energy collaboration with Greek Prime Minister Antonis Samaras in Athens yesterday.During his one-day visit to the Greek capital, the president and Greek premier assessed the results of their recent meetings in the US as well as Samaras’ trip to Israel.In statements to the press after the meeting, Anastasiades expressed his determination to work “methodically and systematically” to ensure that the new round of negotiations will lead to a solution where the present state will evolve into a federal state in line with the framework governing Cyprus’ relations with the EU as an EU member.He said the aim is to both safeguard the human rights of all Cypriots and also to have a functional and viable state that will be able to operate within the EU.“What we agreed is that the timing of the start of negotiations does not matter but that they are well prepared so we do not repeat a method which did not appear to yield results in the past,” said Anastasiades.The Cypriot leader repeated his call for a new impetus to the talks, and referred to his Varosha package proposal which would see the fenced off town returned to its lawful inhabitants in exchange for a number of other measures.Anastasiades said the aim is for the two sides to agree on a joint statement the soonest, before the resumption of the talks, which will set out the basis of a solution and what the two sides are aim for.For his part, Samaras said a Cyprus would have to be in line with UN resolutions and EU values and principles, and put to a referendum.Referring to his visit to the US and Israel, the Greek premier said he discussed with his interlocutors the new upgraded role that Greece and Cyprus can play in the region in view of recent developments in the region and following the discovery of natural gas reserves.According to state broadcaster CyBC, the two discussed plans for enhanced cooperation between Greece, Cyprus and Israel. The three countries have reportedly agreed to appoint representatives to prepare proposals on how to transport Israeli and Cypriot gas to Europe.The broadcaster said there are currently four scenarios: two involving the creation of a liquefied natural gas plant, and two concerning pipelines to Europe either through Greece or Turkey.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 ArePopularEverythingUndoSenior Living | Search AdsCheap Senior Apartments in Rowland Heights Are Turning HeadsSenior Living | Search AdsUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola read more
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