Nouakchott – Speaker of the Moroccan House of representatives, Rachid Talbi Alami, will represent King Mohammed VI in the inauguration ceremony of Mauritanian president, Mohamed Ould Abdelaziz.Talbi Alami told MAP upon arrival on Saturday in the Mauritanian capital that his presence in this ceremony confirms the Sovereign’s resolve to consolidate brotherhood and cooperation bonds uniting the two countries and peoples and the special ties linking the two Maghreban heads of state.Mohamed Ould Abdel Aziz, who was elected for a second president term, will be inaugurated this Saturday at a ceremony to take place at Nouakchott’s Olympic stadium.Ould Abdel Aziz who was re-elected last June 21 at the first round of the vote obtained the absolute majority of votes (81.94%). The Moroccan official was welcomed at the airport by speaker of the Mauritanian national assembly, Mohamed Ould Boïlil, minister of foreign affairs and cooperation Ahmed Ould Tguedi, Morocco’s ambassador in Mauritania, Abderrahmane Benomar and general director of the Mauritanian presidency’s protocol, Al Hassan Ould Ahmed. read more

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BRUSSELS — Israeli and U.S. officials are warning about a rise in attacks targeting Jews in Western Europe and are urging European Union leaders to take action against organizations supporting an international boycott of Israel.Gilad Erdan, the Israeli minister of strategic affairs, told a news conference in Brussels that the EU should stop funding the Palestinian-led Boycott, Divestment and Sanctions movement. He spoke alongside U.S. envoy Elan Carr.Israel says the BDS is aimed at delegitimizing its existence. The BDS presents itself as a non-violent campaign for Palestinian rights and does not endorse a specific solution to the Israeli-Palestinian conflict.According to numbers compiled by Tel Aviv University, anti-Semitic attacks worldwide rose 13% in 2018 from the previous year. The highest number of attacks were in the U.S., France, Britain and Germany.The Associated Press read more

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The top United Nations envoy for Iraq has returned to Baghdad this week and is meeting with a wide spectrum of Iraqi political leaders and actors to see how the world body can best help the transitional process, a UN spokesman said today.Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s Special Representative, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, met yesterday with Foreign Secretary Jack Straw of the United Kingdom, who is visiting Iraq, Fred Eckhard said at the daily press briefing in New York.Mr. Qazi also had one of his regular meetings this morning with Ambassador John Negroponte of the United States, he added.In other news, the Secretary-General was asked yesterday what he thought of the report on Iraq’s weapons of mass destruction presented Wednesday to the US Congress. “You may recall that before [Executive Chairman of the UN Monitoring, Verification and Inspection Commission Hans] Blix left here, he indicated that they had not found any evidence. So I am not surprised by that report,” he replied.As for the notion that the report gave the UN more credibility, Mr. Annan said, “I think it indicates that the inspectors had an impact. The UN inspection did what it was supposed to do.” read more

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by The Canadian Press Posted Jan 9, 2014 1:15 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Liberals accuse Tories of scaring seniors about new fee to increase donations TORONTO – Ontario’s Progressive Conservatives are “fear mongering” and trying to scare seniors into donating to the opposition party by claiming the government will impose a new $85 fee for some driving tests, the Liberals charged Thursday.The Tories sent out a release with the headline: “Why is Wynne targeting seniors,” which claims Premier “Kathleen Wynne is considering a new fee of $85 for many seniors who want to renew their drivers licence.”Tory officials said they were basing the claim on a cabinet document in which various ministries suggested ways of increasing provincial revenues through fees and other charges without actually hiking taxes.One proposal from the Ministry of Transportation was to add an $85 fee for drivers over age 65 who need to be retested after being convicted of a driving offence, and for people over age 80 seeking a commercial driver’s licence.Transportation Minister Glen Murray said the cabinet document obtained by the Tories was only a draft, and the proposals were not adopted by the government.“Tim Hudak and the Ontario PC party are fear mongering by targeting seniors with complete fabrications to solicit political donations,” Murray said in a statement.“The Ministry of Transportation will not be introducing a new fee for senior drivers.”PC party spokesman Alan Sakach defended the party’s release that warned of a new fee for seniors, but didn’t address the accusations of fear mongering.“If they officially ruled out this proposal today, I’m happy there may be at least one fewer item from the Liberals squeezing money out of seniors,” Sakach said in an email.The Conservative release, which was signed by “the Ontario PC Party,” concludes: “We are working hard to fight Liberal attempts to raise your taxes. Please help us by donating $25 today.” read more

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MALIBU, Calif. — Eric Cooper Jr. scored 23 points, Kessler Edwards added a career-high 18 points and Pepperdine defeated Idaho State 97-82 on Monday night.Both teams were hot shooting the ball in the first half as Pepperdine was 21 of 32 (65.6 per cent), including 6 of 10 from 3-point range. The Bengals were 17 of 25 (68), 5 of 9 from beyond the arc. Idaho State led 35-31 after Chidi Udengwu threw down a dunk with six minutes before halftime, Edwards responded with a 3 and Darnell Dunn’s layup triggered a 21-9 run. The Waves led 52-43 at halftime.Colbey Ross scored 18 for Pepperdine (4-2) and distributed a career-high 11 assists. Dunn scored 14 and Jade’ Smith 11. The Waves finished shooting 36 of 68 (53).Idaho State (2-3) got 21 points from Brandon Boyd. Gary Chivichyan scored 15, Udengwu 13 and Alonzo Walker 10.The Associated Press read more

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first_imgIt follows the Oscars envelope fiasco which resulted in La La Land mistakenly named as the winner of the best picture gong instead of coming-of-age drama Moonlight.“We treated last night’s packed screening of Moonlight to a little extra something,” the cinema posted on Facebook. Rio Cinema manager Andrew Woodyatt told Metro.co.uk the audience got the joke and “everyone loved it”.“It would have been quite awkward if they hadn’t got the joke- but luckily they did,” he explained. Well done @riocinema for playing the beginning of La La Land before tonight’s showing of Moonlight.— Zef 🌵 (@ZefTillDeath) February 27, 2017 Just booked my ticket for Moonlight tonight @riocinema Hope they don’t show LaLa Land instead…(Bargain too, only £4 with Friends card)— Paul Treloar (@PaulieTandoori) February 27, 2017 Awkward: The Oscars mix-up Credit:AP  Oscars mix-up  “We played the beginning of one of the La La Land trailers, which is not exactly like the opening of the film, but everyone in the audience were [like], ‘hang on a minute, something’s wrong here’.“We stopped it, made it look as though we made a mistake, and then started Moonlight. It got a huge round of applause and everyone loved it.”’Envelopegate’ was the highest-profile fiasco in the ceremony’s history, with the Oscars launching a formal investigation and promising to take “appropriate action” following the mix-up. Apparently @riocinema played the first 20 seconds of La La Land before their showing of Moonlight yesterday. Complete genius.— Clement (@clem_murphy) February 28, 2017 A cinema in East London took inspiration from the Oscars mix-up by playing La La Land at a screening of Moonlight as a prank on the audience.The Rio Cinema, a Grade II listed Art Deco building in hipster hotspot Dalston, played 20 seconds of the Oscar-winning musical romcom starring Ryan Gosling and Emma Stone at the beginning of the screening. Props to @riocinema in #Dalston for playing the first 20 seconds of La La Land immediately before last night’s screening of Moonlight pic.twitter.com/2ZLllrnPFq— Sophie Dukebox (@sophiedukebox) February 28, 2017 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.last_img read more

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first_imgA murder investigation has been launched after the body of an elderly woman was found at an allotment.Police officers discovered the 80-year-old in the early hours of Tuesday morning, just 25 minutes after she was reported missing.A body was found in a lock-up store in Colindale, north west London, and the woman was confirmed dead at the scene, the Metropolitan Police said. Detective Chief Inspector Noel McHugh, of the Homicide and Major Crime Command, said: “At this stage we are keeping an open mind about any possible motive and would ask any witnesses or anyone with information to come forward.”I make a direct appeal to anyone with links to these allotments who would have visited or had been in or around the area throughout Monday 27 February, into the early hours of the following morning.”An elderly woman lost her life in the most tragic way possible and was left inside a storage unit similar to a garage. If you know anything please contact us.” The force said officers were keeping an “open mind” about any possible motive. At around 2:05am on Tuesday, police had gone to the allotments, as part of searches for the woman who was reported missing at 1:40am.A post-mortem examination took place at Northwick Park Hospital on Wednesday, but police said the cause of death is not being disclosed at this time. Detectives launch murder investigation following discovery of elderly woman’s body #Barnet https://t.co/9AGalEGptP pic.twitter.com/cgz0uTPyAf— Metropolitan Police (@metpoliceuk) March 1, 2017 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.last_img read more

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first_imgAlphington Grammar celebrated its 20th anniversary with a gala dinner on Saturday.The president of the Greek Orthodox Community of Melbourne Victoria, Bill Papastergiadis highlighted the school’s success in focusing on each individual student and on the importance of community. He also relayed the story  of how Nick Andianakos’s whose two sons are Alphington alumni, gave $300,000 towards the school’s multi-purpose hall, following a discussion in Greece last year. The chairperson of Alphington Grammar, George Fountas, highlighted the multicultural nature of the school and Jenny Mikakos MP congratulate the school on behalf of the Victorian Premier Jonh Brumby and the Minister of Education Bronwyn Pike. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img

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Icardi remains evasive on Inter future

first_imgMauro Icardi has refused to confirm whether he will be staying at Inter Milan for next season and instead plans to hold talks with the club over their plansThe Argentine forward scored for the Nerazzurri as they sealed an impressive 3-2 comeback win against Lazio on Sunday’s final league game of the season to leapfrog their opponents into fourth place in the Serie A table and critically the final Champions League spot.Recently Icardi has been linked among the likes of Tottenham for next season and critics have suggested that he may have to leave the San Siro in the summer in order to fulfil his potential.Maurizio Sarri, JuventusMaurizio Sarri satisfied despite Juventus’ draw at Fiorentina Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Maurizio Sarri was satisfied with Juventus’ performance on Saturday afternoon after finishing a tough game at Fiorentina 0-0.“We’ll talk with the club and do what is best for Inter. The target was the Champions League, we achieved it and will go from there,” said Icardi, according to Football-Italia.“We’ll have more options on the transfer market now and the club will try to do something. Last year, they did all they could and improved the squad.”Inter will return to the Champions League for the first time since 2012 with Icardi himself yet to have ever played in the competition throughout his entire career.last_img read more

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first_imgDeputies on Wednesday morning responded to reports of a shooting in the area near Washougal River Road in Skamania County.Deputies responded to 391 Harder Road in Washougal around 10:45 a.m. after someone reported finding a bullet in a bedroom, said Undersheriff Dave Cox of the Skamania County Sheriff’s Office.Deputies found a bullet hole through the bedroom wall. It appeared to ricochet off the ground outside, through an outside wall of the home and hit the opposite indoor bedroom wall near the ceiling, Cox said in a release. There were no reported injuries.“At this time, we have no reason to believe that this was intentional in nature in any way,” Cox said. “We will be continuing with the investigation to determine a possible explanation as to why the bullet found its way to this residence.”Anyone with information is asked to call the Skamania County Sheriff’s Office at 509-427-9490.last_img read more

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first_imgYeah, we want a sequel! Warner Bros. Pictures Shazam has a sequel, just like that.The lighthearted family DC comic book caper — a thing you can’t often say — is getting a second installment; no surprise, based off its generally good reviews.Henry Gayden, who wrote the first film, is going to write the second. This is all according to an exclusive from The Wrap, which also mentions that director David F. Sandberg and producer Peter Safran are expected to return, but that isn’t confirmed.Shazam was a tough story to bring to the screen, given the DC comic book character’s original name — Captain Marvel — was already taken. Also, the superhero’s powers are similar to Superman’s. The original idea for the film was to include antihero Black Adam, Shazam’s Lex Luthor who gets souped-up with the powers of ancient Egyptian gods. Dwayne Johnson was lined up to play him.But instead of squeezing another major character in, Gayden split the original idea to focus on Shazam’s origins. Based on a Johnson Instagram video celebrating the film — which he co-produced — the sequel will involve Black Adam. 2 “Trying to tell both their origin stories in one script, I didn’t think it was working,” Johnson said in the video. He then went on to confirm, “I can’t wait to play Black Adam,” before saying he also couldn’t wait to enjoy that day’s cheat meal.Gayden, it should be known, is currently also working with Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse writers Phil Lord and Chris Miller on a film called Last Human. Talent.Shazam stars Zachary Levi, Mark Strong, Asher Angel, Jack Dylan Grazer and Djimon Hounsou and is in cinemas now. 77 Photos Share your voice Shazam postcredits scenes, explained Shazam review: Big kid in a cape gives us DC’s most fun adventure yet TV and Movies Related stories 2019 movies to geek out over Comments Tagslast_img read more

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Delhi High Court no to monitored probe in temple attack

first_imgNew Delhi : The Delhi High Court on Friday turned down a plea seeking a court monitored probe in the vandalisation of a Hindu temple in old Delhi’s Hauz Qazi area. A division bench of Chief Justice DN Patel and C. Harishankar disposed off the plea filed by advocate Alakh Alok Srivastava. The court observed that the plea was premature after noting that the law and order machinery had been set in motion. “There is no reason to constitute a SIT,” the bench observed, adding that some breathing time ought to be given to the police. Also Read – National Herald case: Officer bearers of Congress were cheats, Subramanian Swamy tells court Advertise With Us The plea wanted the court’s direction to formulate a Special Investigation Team (SIT) duly monitored by the court to investigate if there was a conspiracy behind the weekend attack on an old Durga temple at Lal Kuan.The advocate also sought departmental action against police officials who failed to avert the attack. “The brazen attack on a Hindu temple by a mob of about 200 persons categorically shows that the attackers were not having any fear of the police and the law enforcement agencies and thus suitable departmental action is required to be initiated against the police officials,” he said.last_img read more

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first_imgOperations were carried out to retrieve the body of a woman lying between two high-rise buildings near Amrapali Silicon City Society after residents complained about the foul smell, in Noida.IANSThe body of a 19-year-old girl was found stuck inside a one and a half feet space 120 feet above the ground, between two high rise residential buildings in Noida, on Tuesday (July 2). The girl was reported missing since June 28.Teams of the National Disaster Response Force (NDRF) were deployed to bring down the body, stuck between the space of C and D Block of Amrapali Silicon society in Noida Sector 76.The woman hailed from Katiyar district in Bihar and worked as a domestic help at a house in the same residential society. “A police team was rushed to the society where they found the woman stuck between the space of C and D Block. After the police failed to pull out the body, a team of the National Disaster Response Force was called to the spot,” said a senior police officer.A senior official of the NDRF said that it was really difficult to pull out the body as it was stuck in a small space between two buildings. The NDRF personnel had to suspend themselves from the terrace to reach the body which was stuck around the 12th floor. Machines were also used to cut some part of the construction to get the body down.According to the police, the body was disfigured, swollen and bore injury marks. The police are probing the case from all angles and trying to find out how the body ended up there.The body has been sent for post-mortem.last_img read more

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Students of DU affiliated colleges block Nilkhet road

first_imgStudents of seven colleges affiliated with the Dhaka University (DU) block the busy Nilkhet and New Market roads on Tuesday. Photo: Hasan RajaStudents of seven colleges affiliated with the Dhaka University (DU) blocked the busy Nilkhet and New Market roads on Tuesday to force authorities accept their demands.Around 250-300 students gathered at Nilkhet intersection around 10:00am and formed a human chain, witnesses said.But they later blocked the road and halted vehicular movement, leading to a massive gridlock in the area.The protesters say they want the DU authorities to publish results within 90 days, explain mass failures of students and review exam papers.They also demanded separate administrative building for seven colleges, at least 14 monthly classes by DU teachers, launching of separate academic calendar and crash programmes to cut session jam.last_img read more

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Elephant bird probably wiped out by nest raiders and habitat loss

first_img Citation: Elephant bird probably wiped out by nest raiders and habitat loss (2010, December 21) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2010-12-elephant-bird-raiders-habitat-loss.html Fifty years ago Sir David collected a giant fossilized egg over 25 cm long and has kept it in his cellar ever since. The bird that laid the egg was around three meters tall, weighed over 450 kg and roamed the island until perhaps as late as a few centuries ago. It is not known what caused the extinction of the elephant bird, but theories include the effects of climate change, human hunting, and the diseases that came with the domesticated fowls that accompanied the humans.Madagascar is an island of the east coast of Africa, which Sir David first visited in 1960 to film an episode of Zoo Quest, a popular TV series. After finding fragments of a fossilized shell, he offered the locals a reward if they could find him more pieces, and a little boy presented him with a complete set of fragments Attenborough later had professionally stuck together.Humans are believed to have arrived in Madagascar about 2,000 years ago, but the elephant bird and humans coexisted for many centuries. Sailors visiting Madagascar in the 17th century returned to Europe with reports of seeing the giant birds, and with samples of the eggs. It is thought that the birds were fully extinct by the early 18th century. Explore further Researchers now believe that most of elephant bird populations had disappeared by about 1,000 years ago and only those in remote parts of the island survived. Dr. Tom Higham of the research laboratory for archaeology at Oxford University said they had dated “quite a few” elephant bird eggs and the youngest they had found was dated at about 900 AD, a time at which the human population was expanding. Sir David had his own fossil egg dated and found it was about 1,300 years old, much older than he had thought.Sir David says there is now compelling evidence the human inhabitants of the island stole the eggs for food, even though they revered the birds themselves, and the nest raiding plus destruction of the native forest habitats led gradually to their extinction. Restoration of Aepyornis maximus. Image credit: Wikipedia. © 2010 PhysOrg.com Elephant Bird Egg, Hungarian Natural History Museum. Scientists tease DNA from eggshell of extinct birds (PhysOrg.com) — Sir David Attenborough has returned to the island of Madagascar to discover the fate of the elephant bird, the largest bird ever to live on Earth, and to make a BBC documentary about it: “Attenborough and the Giant Egg.” Evidence for the theory comes from recent archaeological findings of shells of elephant bird eggs among the remains of ancient camp fires, which suggest the eggs were used for food. At around 150 times the volume of a hen’s egg, one egg would easily feed a number of families.It is unlikely that the giant bird, which was much bigger than today’s ostrich, was hunted to extinction, according to Sir David, who thinks stealing the eggs and loss of habitat were much more likely cause of their demise. In the new documentary Sir David examines the latest evidence and returns to some of the sites he visited 50 years ago, the first time he has deliberately returned to a place he had previously visited. He said 50 years ago the forest in the area was extensive, and now all that is left is an abandoned saw mill. The human population on the island has tripled, and all the previously wild places are being replaced with villages and rice fields. The changes leave many other species, including the rare Lemur, now critically endangered. 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.last_img read more

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The government has justified similar public-private partnerships by saying it lacks funds. In a field awash with silvery moonlight. "On Game of Thrones, Kan. police detective who investigated the case"I think he has no remorse" said Judy Conway Adrian’s maternal grandmother after the sentencing "Either that or he was totally embarrassed by what he’s done"At one point Conway addressed Jones whom she had begged to see Adrian in the three to four years Jones had custody of him"I hope for every breath you take for the rest of your life that Adrian is in your thoughts" Conway told JonesDuring the hearing Detective Stuart Littlefield choked back tears as he described the horrific abuse that Adrian sufferedLittlefield said he had never seen anything like it in his 23-year law enforcement careerHe described how the little boy was shocked with a stun gun by his stepmother sometimes for as long as 20 seconds He paused in his remarks for 20 seconds to illustrate how long that was"Imagine the screams of a 7-year-old boy" the detective said "Twenty seconds is a very long time when you’re in agony"Jones’ wife and Adrian’s stepmother Heather Jones 31 previously pleaded guilty to first-degree murder and child abuseShe was sentenced to the same term of life in prison with no possibility of parole for 25 years for the murder conviction She was sentenced to an additional five years and eight months in prison for the child abuseThe little boy’s remains were found in November 2015 in a barn on property rented by Michael and Heather JonesPolice had gone to the house the day before to investigate a domestic disturbance While there officers learned that Adrian had not been seen in several months and might have been killed Investigators also learned that surveillance cameras were set up throughout the home and captured the abuse endured by Adrian for monthsAt Heather Jones’ sentencing a prosecutor said the boy had essentially starved to deathConway said Monday that through the family’s pain they will always remember the sweet little boy he was"We will grieve ache and love Adrian with all our hearts and souls" she said "Being his grandmother is the best gift I’ve ever had"Littlefield said Monday May 8 he was speaking not just for Adrian but in honor of Detective Brad Lancaster who began investigating the case before he was killed in the line of duty last year"Brad was Adrian’s champion" he said " . Brad put everything into this case but he was murdered before he could see it through"Littlefield also said that he sometimes drives past other houses and wonders about other children"Adrian is gone" Littlefield said "We can’t change what happened and we can’t bring him back But we can change the future There are children being abused right now . We must find these children – for Adrian and for Brad"As for Conway she said someone from the family will be there when and if Michael Jones goes up for parole in 25 years"If I’m not here for some reason she’ll be there" Conway said as she gestured to her granddaughter — and Adrian’s big sister — Keiona "I can count on her" in My Mum Tracy Beaker, wish to remind the President that we voted massively for this government to protect us and provide conducive atmosphere for development but the reverse is now the case. Generally, The base board held a public meeting earlier this month on the potential school closure. the Supreme Court had said that a? play with increasing frequency during their juvenile years.

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