Wakkumbura told reporters today that the President must recall the Ambassador and express his strong displeasure on the actions of the Ambassador. (Colombo Gazette) The President had said yesterday (Thursday) that he was not aware of the decision taken by the Government to cosponsor the Resolution on Sri Lanka at the UNHRC. “On February 25th the Sri Lankan Ambassador in Geneva (Ambassador A.L.A. Azeez) had signed the Resolution without informing me. I do not accept that,” the President had said. The Sri Lanka Podujana Peramuna (SLPP) today demanded that Sri Lanka’s Ambassador to Geneva be recalled over the controversy surrounding Sri Lanka cosponsoring the Resolution on Sri Lanka at the UN Human Rights Council.SLPP member, Parliamentarian Janaka Wakkumbura said that President Maithripala Sirisena has made it clear that Ambassador A.L.A. Azeez had betrayed him and the military.
WASHINGTON — There’s little dispute that the Federal Reserve this week will do something it hasn’t done since 2008, when the U.S. economy was gripped by the Great Recession: Cut its benchmark interest rate.This time, by contrast, the economy is solid by most measures. Consumers are spending. Unemployment is close to a half-century low. A recession hardly seems imminent.Yet the Fed under Chairman Jerome Powell has signalled that rising economic pressures — notably from President Donald Trump’s trade wars and from a global slowdown — have become cause for concern. So has an inflation rate that remains chronically below the Fed’s target level.So the Fed has decided that a rate cut now — and possibly one or more additional cuts to follow — could help inoculate the economy against a potential downturn. The idea is that lowering its key short-term rate, which can affect consumer and business loans, could encourage borrowing and spending and energize the economy.Wall Street has welcomed that prospect. Since the start of the year, the mood of investors has swung decisively from angst about potentially higher rates to elation over the prospect of looser credit. That has helped drive a stock market rally.Still, skeptics wonder whether Fed rate cuts at this point would really do much to bolster an economy whose borrowing rates are already low. Some even worry that the central bank will be taking a needless risk: By cutting rates now, the Fed is disarming itself of some ammunition it would need in case the economy did slide toward a recession. Some also suggest that by driving rates ever lower, the Fed might be helping to fuel dangerous bubbles in stocks or other risky assets.Powell will surely be asked about these concerns at a news conference Wednesday after the Fed ends its latest meeting with a policy statement. Reporters will likely also press him about the likelihood of further rate cuts to follow this week’s expected move and also whether continued pressure from President Donald Trump to cut rates is damaging the Fed’s political independence.Trump kept up his drumbeat of criticism, complaining in tweets Monday that the Fed raised rates “way too early and way too much” and a small rate cut now “is not enough.”Two government reports last week — on economic growth during the April-June quarter and orders for durable manufactured goods — confirmed that the economy remains on firm footing even with pressures at home and abroad. As a result, some analysts the Fed may pause after Wednesday’s rate cut to see if the economic outlook further brightens before deciding on any further easing.Other analysts foresee two or even three rate cuts this year as the Fed tries to counter global threats that risk spreading to the United States — not just prolonged trade rifts but also a potentially botched exit by Britain from the European Union, a weaker China and the risk of a recession in Europe.The Fed’s current rate policy marks the continuation of an abrupt policy shift beginning early this year. In December, the Fed had raised its benchmark rate for the fourth time in 2018 and projected two additional rate increases in 2019. At the time, Powell also suggested that the Fed would keep reducing its bond portfolio indefinitely — a step that would further contribute to higher rates. Stock prices tumbled for days afterward.In January, Powell and the Fed signalled a sudden policy shift — indicating that they would be “patient” about any changes in rates and implying that rate hikes were off the table.After U.S.-China trade talks collapsed in May, the Fed went further and began considering acting to sustain the economic expansion, which has just become the longest on record.Yet now, with U.S.-China trade talks back on track and signs of a resilient U.S. economy, some are wondering why the Fed is considering a rate cut. One theory is that the policymakers have so clearly signalled that a cut is coming that they must follow through on it.Mark Zandi, chief economist at Moody’s Analytics, said he thinks that in the absence of any economic calamity, only one rate cut is likely this year. David Jones, an economist who has written books about the Fed, agrees with that forecast.“The market is getting ahead of itself in expecting a series of rate cuts,” Jones said.Diane Swonk, chief economist at Grant Thornton, noted that some concern has arisen that the Fed may already be fueling a bubble in stocks that could eventually burst and threaten the economy.In the meantime, there’s little incentive to sell stocks. Indeed, “Don’t fight the Fed” is a common saying on Wall Street. To traders, it means riding stocks and other risky investments when the Fed is cutting rates and lightening up on stocks when it’s tightening. Low rates mean that bonds pay out less in interest, which makes stocks more attractive by comparison.Investors often assess a stock’s price by how much the company earns. So far this year, investors have gone from paying $14.47 for each $1 in expected earnings per share for S&P 500 companies over the ensuing 12 months to more than $17. That increased willingness has helped S&P 500 index funds surge more than 20% this year — even though earnings for S&P 500 companies were likely down in the first six months of 2019 from year-ago levels.“We have incredibly low rates, and the Fed is going to be very accommodative,” said Craig Hodges, portfolio manager at Hodges Funds. “If anything unforeseen happens, like if tensions escalate worldwide or if the trade talks break down, the Fed is there to have a safety net under us. That gives me a little bit of confidence.”Of course, how much further the stock market has to go is up for debate. The last 19 times the Fed began a rate-cutting cycle in response to slowing growth, dating to the 1950s, the economy eventually slipped into recession in nearly half of them, according to Deutsche Bank. In those recessions, the S&P 500 typically dropped 27% from peak to trough.If anything, the market rally may increase pressure on companies. Few analysts see the stock market as cheap now that investors are willing to pay so much more relative to corporate profits. For the stock market to make its next move higher, growth in profits may need to lead the way.___Choe reported from New York.Martin Crutsinger And Stan Choe, The Associated Press
by Frazier Moore, The Associated Press Posted Jan 22, 2014 12:37 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Seattle Seahawks’ Richard Sherman holds up the George Halas Trophy after the NFL football NFC Championship game against the San Francisco 49ers Sunday, Jan. 19, 2014, in Seattle. The Seahawks won 23-17 to advance to Super Bowl XLVIII. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson) Nielsen: ‘American Idol’ and football give Fox a winning score in prime-time viewers last week NEW YORK, N.Y. – Last week, it was Fox’s turn to shine.Rebounding from a fourth-place finish the previous week, Fox rode football and “American Idol” to the top of the prime-time ratings, according to Nielsen.Fox’s coverage of the NFC championship game between the Seattle Seahawks and the San Francisco 49ers drew a hefty 56 million viewers to take the top slot for the week, followed by the game’s overtime show, which attracted more than 30 million viewers.The Wednesday season premiere of “American Idol,” seen by 15 million viewers, placed fifth for the week, followed right behind by the Thursday “Idol” edition, with more than 13 million viewers.Fox’s slasher drama “The Following” made a strong second-season return in 10th place, with 11 million viewers tuning in.CBS claimed the other five slots in the Top 10 roster.Overall for the week, Fox won with an average of 17.2 million viewers. Runner-up CBS had 8.4 million, followed by ABC with 5.2 million and NBC with 4.6 million. Univision had 2.7 million, the CW had 1.6 viewers, Telemundo had 1.4 million and ION Television had 1.2 million.The week’s top-rated cable networks were Disney with 2.24 million viewers, USA with 2.18 million and History with 1.98 million.NBC’s “Nightly News” topped the evening newscasts with an average of 9.4 million viewers. ABC’s “World News” was second with 8.5 million and the “CBS Evening News” had 7.5 million viewers.For the week of Jan. 13-19, the top 10 shows, their networks and viewerships: NFC Championship: San Francisco at Seattle, Fox, 55.91 million; NFC Championship: “The OT,” Fox, 30.34 million; “NCIS,” CBS, 19.72 million; “NCIS: Los Angeles,” CBS, 15.87 million; “American Idol” (Wednesday), Fox, 15.19 million; “American Idol” (Thursday), Fox, 13.36 million; “Blue Bloods,” CBS, 12.62 million; “Person of Interest,” CBS, 12.54 million; “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 12.03 million; “The Following,” Fox, 11.18 million.___ABC and Disney are owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC, USA and Telemundo are owned by Comcast Corp. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks. History is owned by A+E Networks.___Online:http://www.nielsen.com
The court heard Krams had sent letters and phoned his former partner during June and July, but denied posting the letters by hand through her door.He contacted the police and admitted sending a letter, but carried on after being told to stop. Ausra Satiene In November 2017 Krams took a job at Queen Mary University where he worked as a councillor while still working at the hospital twice a week.He told the court: “At the beginning I was very much in love with her. What happened in October was aggressive and strong-minded – it was not my style.”There were two phone calls were she asked for money in December. I was already thinking about her attitude. Then suddenly received phone calls that I should pay her because she is younger.”Ms Satiene also worked at the same hospital and Krams said he wrote to her because he was fearful for his career.He claimed she was phoning him up to 30 times from withheld numbers after their break-up but not speaking when he picked up the call.He added: “I sent her flowers. I am from a Dutch culture. I bought my ex-wife in Holland flowers almost every week.”I was secretly hopeful she would phone and say ‘Rob I did not pay you enough attention’ but she phoned to ask me for money.” At Krams’ sentencing hearing, Georgia Luscombe, defending, said: “He has been punished socially and professionally.”He received a letter from human resources saying that he is no longer able to continue as professor at Imperial College. Ms Satiene had earlier told the court at Krams’ trial she felt she had nowhere to go when letters continued to arrive after police intervention, which she claimed “disrespected” her decision to break up with him.”I did not know what the next step would be,” she said. “It made me feel very anxious, uncomfortable and emotional.”It made me feel terrible. Even after the police got involved the letters were still coming and I did not know what to do.”Each time I had to open a letter I did not know what to expect. I was very anxious, I was very unhappy and I was very concerned.”In the letter he mentioned social class and I felt that he was putting me down. I felt scared because I was receiving personal letters after he received a warning and an caution.”He was still contacting me after we broke up and things were over. He disrespected my decision.”Krams, who is also a doctor at Hammersmith Hospital, complained he was taken advantage of and treated like a “sugar daddy”. “He does have another professorship but he is unsure of that. His is 63 years old and he has no previous convictions. This offence is wholly out of character.”Mr Krams deeply regrets his actions. I think talking to probation was sobering for him. He told me he misinterpreted these missed or unknown phone calls.”I don’t think he did appreciate at the time what effect these letters were having but he does now.”There were no threats in these letters. They were reconciliatory in tone and they were never calculated to cause alarm or distress.”Banning him from contacting Ms Satiene for two years, magistrate Lucinda Lubbock said: “We have taken into account all that has been on your behalf. We are therefore, giving you a 12 month community order and 40 hours unpaid work.”We are going to impose a restraining order but we will time it to two years rather than indefinite. That is not to contact Ausra Satiene directly or indirectly.”Krams, of North Gate, Prince Albert Road, St John’s Wood, northwest London, denied harassment but was found guilty after trial and was sentenced to a 12 month community order with 40 hours unpaid work.He was told to pay costs of £660 and the victim surcharge of £85. Sitting in the dock he was quiet and hung his head while his counsel described him as “extremely stressed”. A professor at Imperial College lost his job after he harassed a younger woman he met on Tinder, a court heard. Rob Krams, 63, was working at the London university as a bio-engineering lecturer when he met Ausra Satiene on the mobile dating app.They were in a relationship for a year and half enjoying trips across Europe and eating out at expensive restaurants in London, but in January they split up after arguments about money.Krams, originally from the Netherlands, ignored a police caution by continuing to make contact with his former girlfriend, sending her four letters and phoning her.The correspondence, according to Ms Satiene, included slurs about her social class which left her “anxious and scared” and struggling to sleep.Ms Satiene said in a statement: “The harassment has made me feel very uncomfortable and has caused a lot of anxiety especially when the letters were being physically delivered to our door.”I felt that there was no end to this. I only feel better now that we have moved to a location he has no knowledge off.”I was worried he would contact my employer and bad mouth me like he had in the letters.”After a couple of sleepless nights due to anxiety and worry I felt very tired at work and it was effecting my performance.” Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
Latest issue of International Mining Project News available (November 21): With the sense of uncertainty that is circulating throughout the industry, project reports and updates are increasing in importance. As a consequence another section on cutbacks has been added. Included in this section is Freeport McMoran Copper and Gold’s Climax molybdenum mine and Xstrata Alloys and Merafe Resources’ Xstrata-Merafe venture; representing two of many featured companies having to adjust their projects to suit the times.On more positive news, Gindalbie Metals has accepted an offer by its joint venture partner in the Karara iron ore project, Anshan Iron & Steel, to fund Gindalbie’s share of the equity contribution towards the estimated A$1.8 billion project development cost via a A$162.06 million share placement to Ansteel. The re-scheduled timeframe – a result of this placement – will have no impact on the ongoing engineering, design and development work currently being carried out for Karara, located 225 km north of Gerlaldton in Western Australia.There is also news of Avalon Minerals, which has taken steps to progress drilling and feasibility studies at its flagship Viscaria copper project, located in the Norrbotten area of northern Sweden. It intends to raise A$2 million through the placement of 20 million shares at A$0.10/share, helping the company extend the known high-grade resources at Viscaria through extensional drilling.In project people, the North West Iron Ore Alliance has appointed former Chief Executive of the Association of Mining & Exploration Companies (AMEC), Dr Justin Walawski, as the Alliance’s Deputy Chairman and Chief Executive. Walawski will be responsible for overseeing the Alliance’s operations as it continues to focus on negotiating key rail and port access arrangements and completing a scoping study for infrastructure development at Port Hedland.Featured in feasibility, Marengo Mining is well underway with Phase 2 of its study on its wholly-owned Yandera copper-molybdenum project in Papua New Guinea. Recent resource drilling, together with metallurgical data and initial project operating cost information, has resulted in several open pit designs, mine schedules and layouts to be generated. Phase 2 includes metallurgical test work, which is already showing some very positive results, mine design, plant design, equipment selection and infrastructure layout. This represents but a few of the projects featured in this issue, which includes updates on Gold Ore Resources’ Bjorkdal gold mine in Sweden, BHP Billiton’s Olympic Dam extension project in Australia and Codelco’s Gaby copper mine in Chile.To receive the full 30+ page report, subscriptions to this service can be registered and paid for on-line (SUBSCRIBE TO IM PROJECT NEWS BUTTON), or contact email@example.com for a free trial copy.
Back in December, Panasonic announced that it was preparing a full-on global assault on the smartphone market. Up first is Europe, where the company’s opening salvo will be fired in a 4.3″ shell. That phone has now gotten official as the Panasonic Eluga.An interesting choice in names, to be sure, but it probably has something to do with the phone’s aquatic exploits (like the whale that rhymes with Eluga). It joins the ever-increasing list of waterproof and dustproof phones, though it’s anything but whale-like in terms of weight at just 103g. That makes it lighter than even the waifish NEC Medias N-04C. Hardware details are very thin at this point, but Panasonic has revealed that the Eluga’s 4.3-inch display packs 540 x 960 pixels — no word on whether it uses an OLED panel as previously rumored.As Sony and Samsung do with their Android phones, Panasonic has designed the Eluga to work in perfect harmony with its Viera smart TVs. Images and videos can be transferred from phone to television with a simple swipe, and you’re also able to display what you’re viewing in the Eluga’s browser using the just-released Viera Remote app version 2.0. One other slick function Panasonic offers is a controller mode, which turns your phone into a gamepad for big-screen fun on compatible Viera sets.The Eluga is set to land on European shores in the very near future, and it’s being shown off by Panasonic ahead of MWC 2012. Keep your eye on this post for updated hardware details once they’re announced.More at Pocket Lint and TechRadar
West Ham United are facing tough times in trying to secure a long-term future for the young player of the year Declan Rice after he rejected an improved contract offer they tabled.However, West Ham are self-assured that teenage defender Declan Rice will still stay at the club even after his new agents WMG have turned down the club’s opening proposal, according to Standard Uk.The 19-year-old current deal will end in 2020 and is worth £3,000 a week. The new offer would see that figure rise to £8,000.Rice became a first-team regular in the last season as a result of injuries. The Republic of Ireland international star turned down West Ham’s initial offer which has stimulated interest from potential suitors.Rice tips Mount for greater things Taimoor Khan – September 11, 2019 Declan Rice says that Mason Mount is going to match the exploits of Frank Lampard when he was in his prime during his playing…They are just beginning to go into talks about the defender’s future as West Ham look set to return with a better offer.Rice made 31 senior appearances last season, including 26 in the Premier League, and also made his senior international debut for the Republic of Ireland.Also, Scotland midfield player Robert Snodgrass will return to West Ham when they start pre-season training next month, following the end of his loan spell at Aston Villa.
No one was injured.The subject will face an undisclosed amount of charges.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MIAMI INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT, FLA. (WSVN) – A man reportedly ran across several runways at Miami International Airport, causing a very active scene.Miami-Dade Police managed to respond to the scene, apprehend the man who walked across the tarmac and put him in handcuffs, Monday, just before 4 p.m.According to police, it appears that the man was trying to take a shortcut.Miami-Dade Police received the call about a man dressed in red who ran across the runways.Security from both sides of the fence, located near the perimeter road on the southside of the airport, responded.7Skyforce HD flew over the scene as police detained the subject and placed him in a police car.Police said that the subject was dropped off at MIA in the afternoon to fill out an application. When he realized he was in the wrong place, he decided to jump the fence and tried to run across the runways.
HIALEAH, FLA. (WSVN) – A fire broke out at a warehouse in Hialeah that stores spent shell casings, triggering blasts inside the structure.Hialeah Police and Fire Rescue units responded to the scene of the blaze along West 80th Street and 21st Lane.While inside, firefighters reported hearing explosions.They were able to quickly contain the flames.No injuries were reported.Officials said the shell casings are collected from gun ranges.The cause of the fire remains under investigation. Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
“The national dialogue about the effects of digital technology on family life has taken a decidedly negative turn,” reads a report accompanying the study. “While it’s true that many families are seeking sensible cutbacks to ‘screen time,’ our research suggests that what has been overlooked are the ways in which technology is also improving family life and connection.”While Trusted Media Brands has a clear vested interest in alleviating concerns about digital media consumption in the home (Taste of Home‘s 19.8 million unique monthly visitors, for example, outnumber even Reader’s Digest‘s peak circulation figures of the 1970s and ’80s), debates over the optimal limits on device usage aren’t likely to end anytime soon.A separate study published this week in the Journal of the American Medical Association draws a correlation between screen time and delays in cognitive development among toddlers. But another, published this month in Nature Human Behavior, argues that “the outsized weight given to digital screen-time in scientific and public discourse might not be merited on the basis of the available evidence,” suggesting that the negative impact of technology use in adolescents pales in comparison to other factors, like bullying, substance abuse or poor eating habits.“It’s clear from our research that American families are embracing digital technology in their homes and everyday lives,” said Trusted Media Brands’ president and CEO, Bonnie Kintzer, in a statement. “As American families look to enhance and deepen the relationships that matter most in their lives, marketers should be looking for ways to use technology to bring families together and engage them with their brands.” Solutions to the rampant proliferation of electronic devices in family homes have evolved considerably in the age of smartphones, from mandates of “no devices at the dinner table” to built-in features like iOS 12’s Screen Time, which monitors activity and allows for the imposition of parental controls to limit usage.But a new study suggests that, like many technological advancements (when used in moderation), a vast majority of American families have found that the increasing presence of digital devices has had a net-positive impact on home life and intra-family relationships.The final installment in a three-part study conducted by Kantar Consulting and Trusted Media Brands, Inc., the publisher of Reader’s Digest, Taste of Home and the Family Handyman, among others, surveyed 3,500 families (defined as two or more adults in a household with at least one family member/spouse) to better understand how technological and cultural shifts are impacting American home life.Among the findings: 86 percent of respondents said they use technology “regularly” to communicate with other members of the home, while nearly two-thirds (64 percent) of respondents indicated that technology has afforded them more free time at home.Further, only slim minorities suggested that technology has made their families less engaged while they are together (15 percent), or that it has negatively impacted their families’ social skills (9 percent).
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @AKPublicNewsListen nowAlaska law says lobbyists can’t fundraise for candidates. But the invitations keep comingNathaniel Herz, Alaska’s Energy Desk – AnchorageSome of Alaska’s most prominent lobbyists are boosting the fundraising efforts of political candidates, prompting questions about whether they’re breaking a state law that’s designed to limit lobbyists’ influence over the legislative process.Murkowski back in GOP fold on health careLiz Ruskin, Alaska Public Media – Washington D.C.Last weekend, Sen. Murkowski made headlines for breaking with her party over the Brett Kavanaugh nomination. But she fell in line with her Republican caucus Wednesday on a controversial health care vote.Murkowski on Trump: I know Alaska ‘better than he does’Associated PressRepublican Sen. Lisa Murkowski of Alaska is brushing back against President Donald Trump, saying she knows her state’s political terrain “better than he does.”Mat-Su teacher accused of sexual misconduct with children, district reaching out to familiesCasey Grove, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageThe Matanuska-Susitna Borough School District is reaching out to more than 300 families of children who had classes with a popular teacher now accused of inappropriately touching children.Superior court judge rules against Kenai Peninsula Borough in invocation caseAaron Bolton, KBBI – HomerAfter a roughly two-year court battle, a superior court judge ruled Tuesday that the Kenai Peninsula Borough’s invocation policy is unconstitutional.Candidates for governor make case for state tourism industryTim Ellis, KUAC – FairbanksGovernor Bill Walker and the two candidates who are running to unseat him pitched their ideas Tuesday in Fairbanks on how to promote the state’s tourism industry.Canadian company to purchase Alyeska ResortAbbey Collins, Alaska Public Media – AnchorageGirdwood’s Alyeska Resort is set to be sold.B.C. tribe sues U.S. barge company over 2016 spillJacob Resneck, CoastAlaska – JuneauA First Nations tribe in British Columbia is suing the operator of a U.S. fuel barge that spilled thousands of gallons of diesel near the tribe’s reserve nearly two years ago.62.3 million: Bristol Bay’s 2018 salmon season the largest everAvery Lill, KDLG – DillinghamIt is official; 2018 was the largest sockeye salmon run to Bristol Bay on record, and the Alaska Department of Fish and Game has records dating back to 1893.
US President Donald Trump shakes hands with Gary Cohn, Director of the National Economic Council, during a retreat with Republican lawmakers and members of his Cabinet at Camp David in Thurmont, Maryland. AFP file photoDonald Trump’s White House was rocked by another high-profile resignation Tuesday, as top economic advisor Gary Cohn quit in protest at the president’s decision to levy global steel tariffs.“It has been an honor to serve my country and enact pro-growth economic policies to benefit the American people,” Cohn said in a terse statement that belied fierce infighting in Trump’s tumultuous White House.Cohn is just the latest in a long string of senior Trump advisors to resign or be fired, a virtually unprecedented turnover of administration staff.The 57-year-old had strongly opposed Trump’s decision to levy tariffs on steel and aluminum, which has sparked fears of a trade war.“For several weeks Gary had been discussing with the president that it was nearing time for him to transition out. His departure date is to be determined but will be a few weeks from now,” a White House official said.A former Goldman Sachs executive, his departure prompted concerned murmurs on Wall Street and could portend a rocky trading session on Wednesday.The aide, who is Jewish, had threatened to resign after Trump refused to condemn neo-Nazi groups who protested in Charlottesville, Virginia.Then, like now, allies had tried to keep Cohn on board with the prospect of a future cabinet-level position or passing tax reform—which he helped usher through Congress.A long-time Democrat, he was seen as a moderating influence that curbed Trump’s nationalist economic instincts and those of advisors like Peter Navarro.In a statement, Trump praised Cohn’s as a “rare talent.”“Gary has been my chief economic advisor and did a superb job in driving our agenda, helping to deliver historic tax cuts and reforms and unleashing the American economy once again,” Trump said.“He is a rare talent, and I thank him for his dedicated service to the American people.”‘No chaos’Cohn’s departure presents a political problem for Trump, as he wrestles Congressional Republicans who share the aide’s concern about tariffs and a looming trade war.It also blows a hole in Trump’s claim, made just hours earlier, that his White House is running smoothly, despite a wave of resignations and FBI investigators circling his top aides.In an early morning tweet, Trump said there was no “CHAOS in the White House” describing it as a “Fake News narrative” as he tried to reassure supporters that his administration has not careened off the rails.“Wrong! People will always come & go,” he said after his closest aide Hope Hicks and staff secretary Rob Porter stepped down amid interwoven scandals.Trump’s first year in office has been a frenzy of departures and infighting, which insiders put down to clashing interests, inexperience and the president’s unique management style.“I want strong dialogue before making a final decision,” Trump said, defending his method of promoting staff argument.But the former real estate developer also hinted that things were not perfect.“I still have some people that I want to change (always seeking perfection). There is no Chaos, only great Energy!” he said.
The federal agency says the products were discovered during routine inspections and surveillance operations in coordination with different institutions including the Attorney General’s Office, federal police, ministerial state and municipal police. Mexico City, Mexico — Already this year, Profepa officers have seized nearly 11,000 illegal wildlife products. Photo: La Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente They say that between March and April alone, they seized 526 live parrots that were being illegally smuggled for sale. The seizure was made by the federal police at a screening filter in the municipality of Chalco, State of Mexico. Profepa says that other seized species include various monkeys, felines such as jaguars, ocelots, cougars and wildcats, 22 species of birds including macaws and parrots, among others. They also list 443 reptiles, birds of prey including hawks and a Golden Eagle, fish and other marine species such as seahorses, sea cucumbers and coral. La Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente (Profepa) reports that already in 2019, federal officers from around the country have sezied nearly 11,000 wildlife products in a bid to curb illegal trafficking. La Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente says one of their biggest assets has been citizen complaints, which has allowed the federal agency to rescue and release live specimens such as birds, reptiles and mammals back into the wild. 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) Photo: La Procuraduría Federal de Protección al Ambiente Their extensive list of illegal seizures also includes plants such as orchids, peyote, palms and woods like granadillo, rosewood, cocobolo, cedar and pine. So far this year, the agency has deployed more than 84 operations for illegal trafficking of species in various parts of the country. They add that aside from deployment operations, they maintain constant vigilance in at least 93 Natural Protected Areas.
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funeral mass for Lolo Josephine Oyima Abba mother of the Enugu State Chairman of the Peoples Democratic Party PDP Engr Vita Abba Shifting to a warning tone Onah cautioned political leaders to retrace their steps as it would not be possible to quench the indignation of Nigerian youths who would soon run out of patience The Bishop cautioned that it would be difficult to stop the youths if they were further pushed to frustration He threw posers to both the government and the Academic Staff Union of Universities ASUU on the reasons behind the over three-month-old industrial action by the union Bishop Onah said from his interactions with Nigerians the inability of both parties to end the lingering strike was unjustifiable and inexcusable He said “I know that I have enough persons here and also hopefully enough instruments to carry this message to the ears of the highest echelons of power in this country “The common people the students and their parents whom I represent do not believe the explanations the politicians and the academics are giving for the strike; we don’t believe them and we are appealing to them in God’s name to remember we will all end this way (pointing to the dead); let them end this strike immediately “I want to ask a question; it is a question not a statement; I am asking the leadership of the government in this country- is it realy true that you don’t have enough money to improve upon the quality of education in this country or is it rather that you are stocking up money in preparation for 2015 in order to buy your way to power or to secure your future indefinitely through corruption” Turning to academics he said “is it realy true that you are interested in improving the quality of education in this country or have all of you become victims and hostages of a self-seeking leadership that is only seeking to satisfy its intrest and be settled” The cleric continued “let me warn you it is a warning if you try to push the young people of this country to desperation no amount of money that you hoard will be able to assure you security and safety “When they get angry if I am able to use the expression of our legend the late Dr Nnamdi Azikiwe it will be an avalanche of accumulated indignation you can’t stop angry youths you can’t dialogue with a person who has nothing to lose” Personalities present at the funeral mass included Deputy Senate President Ike Ekweremadu Enugu Deputy Governor Mr Sunday Onyebuchi former Governor of the state Dr Okwesilieze Nwodo Speaker of the Enugu State House of Assembly Hon Eugene Odoh as well as emeritus Bishop of Nsukka Catholic Diocese Bishop Francis Okobo Bishop Sosthenes Eze of the Anglican Communion among others" he said “We have since fulfilled our part of the contract and have appealed to the state government to pay us our moneyChad Kaiser “I have not seen from Prime Minister Netanyahu arguments for the moment on noncompliance President Donald Trump has just 10 days left to decide whether to pull the U they restricted Spurs to just one goal after a tough run of fixtures 18 launch In an op-ed in the London Financial Times on MondayKerala Bansal says the medical literature describes a significant number of cases of people who have recovered full consciousness from a minimally conscious state News18 While Nitish may have joined the BJP againPeterson is seeking his 13th term in Congress The Police Public Relations Officer (PPRO) and take this task off of our to-do list The U we put the best of the United States military in harm’s way to try and bring our citizens home Dubey said the illegal immigrants were involved in various terror-related activities and impacting the livelihood of people across the country" he said “These teachers are not allowed to teach IRK when employed octopus painting under her armcould be their redemption The bag also contained a "Samsung 4 mobile phone he said he was reluctant at first"Nelson reports on sports I thought it was a hard-fought victory In the Davis Cup World Group playoff in Canada Gaya Howard Zonana for your report to simply apply this sum to everyone and multiply by the number of governors and gutless op-ed where voters could make history Tuesday by electing Americas first black female governor and bucking a 20-year-old pattern of sending a Republican into the state’s top office I hope they get back to Winterfell or the wall and cook up a big breakfast of blood sausage Big effects need big causes we want balance between the size of the cause and the size of the effect if you want to send a picture of a child to his parentAlbert BonsfillsThis is Ahmed from Syria At 11 years old he is a refugee from Syria and a face for a number of hellish statistics He is one of the 84 million Syrian youth who the United Nations says have been affected by the conflict now in its sixth year He is one of more than 48 million registered refugees and included in the 39% who are his age or younger He is one of the more than 28 million Syrian children who are out of school He is one of the estimated 44000-plus refugees who are trapped in Greece And he is among more than 1200 who have been stranded on the border with Macedonia unable to push on What began as a transit camp near the Greek village of Idomeni has metastasized into a squalid disease-ridden tent city Many have been there for weeks hoping for a chance to soldier through the Balkans on the well-trodden path to western or northern Europe A UN official recently described the scene as "just not a place that is fit for humans" Read next: Inside the Harrowing Night Hundreds of Refugees Tried to Escape Greece Ali Noureldine a photographer based in Cologne Germany recently returned from the camp Represented by laif photo agency and known professionally as Ali Ali he made his name with EPA documenting daily life in Gaza the coastal enclave of 18 million Palestinians "Ive seen many camps in Gaza in Europe even but not like that” says Noureldine “Many people dont have tents so they sleep on the street or under trees For me its not a camp" Noureldine met many children there One morning he came across a small line of people waiting for maps of the region There was Ahmed squatting exhausted He was wearing muddied boots and layers of clothes huddled under a blanket He had a few cuts on his face Noureldine made a several pictures including the portrait above and then slowly walked up to him "He had beautiful eyes but sad eyes" Noureldine says The boy was traveling with his family After Noureldine said he lived in Germany Ahmed said that was his destination He hadnt been in school in a year but said he wanted to continue his studies in Germany"to live like the other kids to be like them" Noureldine told the boy not to worry that everyone would get to cross He smiled Even if that wouldnt be true at least yet Noureldine says "you have to give them some hope that the life they seek is really good and that [they’ll] find the life [they] deserve" Ali Noureldine is a 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Surprisinglya political motive for the attack was not sought in the course of the investigations Then the attackers begin to perform They tell the beaten girl to show her face to the camera They stick the television mike in her face and ask her name and which class she is in She tells them Why had she gone to a pub For a friends birthday partyshe replies It is a ritualised show of sexual humiliationexplicitly played out for the camera NDTVs Vishnu Som had wondered aloud why a mob would be willing to perform for a camera when the footage could nail them I would rather ask ifin a society where visual media is pervasivewe are being seduced into becoming perverse performance artistes The camera is an amoral eye that sees everything indifferently It is we who are active agentswho make behavioural choices in relation to the camera And what happened in Guwahati suggests that we are willingly turning our world into a sprawlingopen-air Big Brother Housewhere 20 minutes of notoriety works better than 15 minutes of fame The real facts of the mob attack in Guwahati may never be knownbut it reveals the sickness of a media-rich society For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsIn 2009 Danish football goalkeeper Kim Christensen was caught on camera literally moving the goalposts in order to gain advantage over the opposing team The referee had discovered the moving of the goalposts 20 minutes into the game; but Christensen escaped unpunished unhurt causing bewilderment across the world of football Indeed Akhilesh Singh Yadav Chief Minister of Uttar Pradesh is as lucky as Christensen He has changed the goalposts in broad daylight in the case of eviction of VVIPs from government bungalows; but nobody – not even the Supreme Court of India – has reprimanded him so far Life goes on merrily in Lucknow as usual in the meantime Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh SP supremo Mulayam Singh Yadav BSP chief Mayawati Rajasthan Governor Kalyan Singh and some others including ND Tiwari and Ram Naresh Yadav who had led the state as chief ministers at one point of time or the other retain their bungalows spread across acres of grandeur at public expense in the state capital They have nothing to worry about After all friend Akhilesh Yadav is there to lend a helping hand even in the face of an adverse Supreme Court judgment Politics does make strange bedfellows Don’t be fooled by what they rant and rave about in the run-up to elections In peacetime post elections they stick together and look after one another’s interests very well It’s a different thing altogether if the poor and the needy suffer in the process File image of Uttar Pradesh CM Akhilesh Yadav PTI Times have changed Nowadays might is right in this land of Gandhi who was known as a half-naked fakir Ram Manohar Lohia who always fought against the high and the mighty on the issue of the poor-man’s per capita income and Lal Bahadur Shastri who had caught the nation’s imagination by his simplicity and righteousness It’s perhaps time the present-day powers that be took a trip down the memory lane to draw inspiration from the simple undemanding lifestyles of some of the great chief ministers of Uttar Pradesh – Pandit Govind Ballabh Pant Sucheta Kripalani Dr Sampoornanand and even Choudhary Charan Singh None of these stalwarts retained any state bungalows after the expiry of their terms And none of them owned any private property in Lucknow either Remember Earlier this month the apex court had ordered eviction of former chief ministers from government bungalows “within two months” The court had also made it clear that the illegal occupants paid all the due rent But far from getting the Supreme Court’s order implemented the UP chief minister hurriedly held a cabinet meeting and decided to amend the relevant Act to circumvent the judicial directive It was done very cleverly Once the proposed amendment to the existing Act is passed by the state legislature and signed by the governor there wouldn’t be any legal loophole left for the apex court to interfere And as for the media and the masses who cares Indeed the goalposts are sought to be moved in the middle of the game — brazenly under the cover of legislative sanction Retaining illegal occupation of government bungalows isn’t a new phenomenon in this country In 2006 the Supreme Court had launched a drive against such squatters by asking the Centre tough questions regarding this culture of illegal occupation of prime state properties not just in Lutyen’s Delhi but across the states as well In this case amicus curiae Ranjit Kumar had informed the court that Jammu and Kashmir topped the list of illegal occupants (605) followed by UP (594) Bengal (361) Orissa (269) Bihar (224) and MP (100) But things hardly improved thereafter Men in power have mastered the art of circumventing scrutiny over the years rather well In 2010 again a lot of hue and cry was raised when it was noticed that VIP squatters in New Delhi included big names such as Jagdish Tytler Renuka Choudhary Ram Vilas Paswan Saleem Shervani Ram Jethmalani and Ashwini Kumar Once again in 2014 the issue was discussed in detail when the nation came to know that those who had been occupying huge bungalows in the national Capital included A Raja Mukul Roy SM Krishna PK Bansal and PC Joshi These names apart Lalu Prasad Yadav and Buta Singh were found to be enjoying ‘extended stay’ in the bungalows thanks to the special concessions given to them by the then UPA government in contravention of a Supreme Court judgement Wait for a minute please With elections round the corner in UP we are about to witness fiery campaign trails and heated allegations and counter allegations Chances are that nobody will give even a casual glance to the squatters and their imposing lifestyles any more All will be lost in sizzling politics Life was returning to near normalcy in West Bengal’s troubled Darjeeling hills as no fresh violence was reported on Sunday but uncertainty prevailed ahead of beginning of the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (GJM)-called indefinite shutdown Countering the Gorkha Janmukti Morcha’s (GJM) call for indefinite shutdown in the hills the West Bengal government on Sunday issued an order that all its offices will remain open in Darjeeling and Kalimpong and also made it mandatory for employees to attend work "In view of the call given by Gorkha Janmukti Morcha for indefinite bandh/strike on and from 12 June 2017 it has been decided that all state government offices situated in the District of Darjeeling and Kalimpong including those provided with grants-in-aid by the state government would remain open and all the employees of those offices should report for duty on each day till the call for such bandh is not withdrawn" "It has also been decided that no leave shall be granted to any employee on any of these bandh days" said a state government release Representational image Reuters Governor Keshari Nath Tripathi the statement said has also decided that absence of employees on any of these days will be treated as ‘dies non’ which will constitute break in service and no salary will be admissible unless in emergency circumstances like hospitalisation of the concerned employee death in the family among other things After the GJM’s central committee meeting chaired by its President Bimal Gurung on Saturday the party leaders threw a virtual challenge to the Mamata Banerjee-led state government to press for a separate state of Gorkhaland According to GJM General Secretary Roshan Giri all central and state government offices —including block development offices sub-divisional offices and district magistrate offices banks Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (the hill development body) offices —will be closed as part of the shutdown from Monday The strike About the shutdown Giri said all central and state government offices —including block development offices sub-divisional offices and district magistrate offices banks Gorkhaland Territorial Administration (the hill development body) offices —will be closed from Monday However schools and colleges transport and tourism —hotels eateries shops —will be outside the purview of the shutdown Giri said the state government’s revenue sources like electricity mines and boulders will also come under the purview of the GJM’s shutdown After the GJM’s central committee meeting chaired by Gurung on Saturday the party leaders threw a virtual challenge to the Mamata Banerjee-led state government and pressed for a separate state of Gorkhaland After the clash between the police and GJM supporters the district police launched a search operation Five GJM activists have been arrested so far according to a police official of Darjeeling Sadar police station The army units which earlier patrolled Darjeeling Kalimpong and Kurseong towns were not seen on Sunday morning Tourism affected Many tourists who were stuck in the picturesque tourist town reached Kolkata on Sunday heaving a sigh of relief after tense few days in the hills The West Bengal government has arranged buses to ferry the tourists free of cost from Sealdah station of Kolkata to their homes "We are relieved to be back home It was a disappointing trip in the hills as we had a harrowing time The experience was bitter and we lived in fear and could not visit any tourist spot" a tourist said GJM president Bimal Gurung meanwhile advised the tourists to leave the hills because of the possibility of "untoward" incidents GJM general secretary Roshan Giri meanwhile claimed that 44 families who had previously switched allegiance from their party to the Trinamool Congress are back with the Morcha Trinamool leader in the hills Binny Sharma however dismissed Giri’s claims "There is uncertainty We do not know what would happen from Monday even though GJM said tourism will not fall in the purview of shutdown We are planning to leave for Siliguri Some tourists are also going to 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