NHL Aims to Debut ‘Smart Puck’ Tech in 2019Students create Jennifer, the world’s first autonomous humanoid ro… Stay on target The National Hockey League inked a deal to bring Apple tech to the sidelines during this month’s Stanley Cup playoffs.A new video coaching system, including iPad Pro tablets and Mac Pro computers, was installed in all 16 tournament arenas.Three iPad are positioned at each team’s bench; the slate comes loaded with an app that allows users to view highlights in near real-time. So, rather than waiting for the end of a period, coaches can access video quicker—providing immediate insight into a player’s performance.“By the time the player gets off his shift, that content is available within a minute … from the time it actually took place,” NHL Executive Vice President and Chief Technology Officer Peter DelGiacco told the Associated Press.“Today, generally speaking, a lot of that would be done between periods, and there’s a limited amount of time,” he continued. “This kind of gives the coaches and the players real-time access so that they can make adjustments.”via AppleDuring testing in the regular season, the new monitors, headsets, and video trainers helped coaches overturn calls more than a quarter of the time. The mobile tech will also help crack down on dawdling decisions.“I think it’s been important since the beginning of the year,” Ottowa Senators coach Guy Boucher told the AP.First rolled out to Stanley Cup contenders, the league’s “cohesive in-arena video technology system” will be installed in all 31 NHL arena in time for the start of the 2017-18 season, a spokeswoman told Geek.As part of the implementation, on-ice officials will also use iPad Pros to conduct video reviews.The National Hockey League, according to the spokeswoman, teamed up with Apple to bring technology into the game, and bring the game into the future.Apple did not immediately respond to a request for comment.Jumping onto the high-tech sports bandwagon, the NHL regularly confers with National Football League and Major League Baseball officials about their video technology, David Lehanski, NHL senior vice president of business development, global partnerships, and sponsorship sales, told AP.The NFL has used Microsoft Surface tablets on sidelines for three seasons, though not everyone is a fan. New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick in October ditched the devices, telling reporters at the time that “I just can’t take it anymore”; that “they’re just too unpredictable for me.”
The shortlist for the Employee benefits professional of the year 2016 award has been announced.This award recognises individuals who have made a significant contribution to the industry.The 2016 shortlist for the Employee benefits professional of the year is:Joanna Bean, head of reward, UK and Ireland at Samsung.Paul Bissell, head of reward and policy at Three UK.Masha Boldyreva, rewards director, Europe at Mondelez International.Debbie Cam, colleague services manager, queries and benefits at Home Retail Group.Ian Hodson, reward and benefits manager at the University of Lincoln.John Mayor, head of UK rewards at Danone.Sally Purbrick, head of reward at Anglian Water.In 2015, Ant Donaldson, global product expert, benefits at E.On, was named Employee Benefits Professional of the Year. Previous winners include John Chilman, group reward and pensions director at FirstGroup and Neal Blackshire, benefits and compensation manager at McDonald’s Restaurants.The winner will be announced at the Employee Benefits Awards and Summer Party. The event will take place at the Artillery Gardens at the HAC, London, on Friday 3 June.For more information and to book your place.
ADC AUTHOR Air Force Chief of Staff David Goldfein addressed the 2019 Defense Communities National Summit Tuesday in an afternoon question-and-answer session.Below are a few highlights of Gen. Goldfein’s comments:On Quality of Life Issues: Goldfein emphasized that quality schools and military spouse employment are two major issues that drive decision-making by service members and their families. “As I visit installations, the number one quality of life issue of airmen with children is access to good schools,” Goldfein said. “As we make basing decisions and factor in quality of life issues, airmen are not going to stay if it means moving their kids from location to location and put them into schools without quality. First and foremost, communities’ investments for a quality school system are resources well invested.”On Spousal Employment and Retaining Families: Goldfein highlighted that the Air Force is a highly college-educated and family-oriented service which often means including two professionals in the household. “The more states and communities can do to allow spouses to easily re-license in his or her profession, the better for retention,” Goldfein said. “It really comes down to quality of service and quality of life – how to assure the entire service experience is as rich and fulfilling as possible.”On Defense Community Support: “Communities are already embracing and supporting our service members and their families,” Goldfein said. “Everything communities can do to support and embrace airmen and their families and welcome them as part of the community is important and appreciated. Again, if we can make the service experience as rich as possible it helps maintain retention and allows our service members to be a part of something bigger than themselves.”ADC photo by Will Noonan
Police have taken into custody the man who barricaded himself into a residence in Mountain View after pulling a gun on a police officer Thursday morning. After negotiations failed they released tear gas into the building, and he was apprehended. No one was injured.Police vehicles block off N. Flower Street in Mountain View.An Anchorage Police Department release says an officer saw 26-year-old Eric Nebreja at the Shell station near North Flower Street at about 9:20 in the morning. Police had been searching for the vehicle since last week. Nebreja saw the officer and tried to drive away, but he hit another vehicle with his car. When the police officer tried to approach the suspect, Nebreja ran away. The officer tried to taze him, but failed. Then Nebreja pulled a gun on two officers then fled the scene on foot. He soon after broke into an apartment complex and barricaded himself inside.Area residents were evacuated and nearby schools were put on lock down.Over the next four hours police and SWAT teams tried to negotiate with the suspect. Finally, around two pm, they fired tear gas into the residence and he surrendered.Nebreja already has felony warrants for Misconduct Involving Weapons, Assault and Escape. Charges for Thursday’s incident are still pending.
Manoharabad: The elected representatives of local bodies called on former minister T Harish Rao and MP Kotha Prabhakar Reddy on Wednesday. They invited them for the swearing-in ceremony of Mandal Praja Parishad. Manoharabad MPP Puram Navaneetha Ravi, vice MPP Vithal Reddy and ZP Chairperson Hemalatha Shekar Goud, farmers coordination Surender Reddy, Anjaneyulu, R Nani Goud, ex MPTC Krishan Goud, Narsinga Rao and others were present.
Mass mourningApart from being the central public space for the movement, the district of Admiralty in Hong Kong was also the place of mourning as thousands gathered to lay down flowers and offer prayers for a protestor who plunged to his death after climbing a construction scaffolding at the Pacific mall on Saturday.Outside Pacific Place where marchers put down flowers and messages for the young protester who sadly passed away last night. RIP ?? #不撤不散 pic.twitter.com/qJaNBqdp6U— Missy Lao (@missy_lao) June 16, 2019一個人的喪禮，梁先生安息?? pic.twitter.com/nLovMtK6Us— 三爪 (@sanzhao4) June 16, 2019The 35-year-old man named ‘Leung’ was wearing a yellow raincoat bearing the words “Carrie Lam kills Hong Kong,” reported Apple Daily.While the public is hailing the man as a martyr, the police are treating the case as suicide, reported Hong Kong Free Press.Last words from the martyr At Pacific Place Hong Kong:全面撤回送中 Withdraw ELAB in entirety 我們不是暴動 We are not rioters釋放學生傷者 Release students and wounded protestors林鄭下台 Carrie Lam step downHelp Hong Kong pic.twitter.com/DSfGMX2OhO— 李軒朗 Timothy (@timothylee_hk) June 15, 2019From democratic party officials to legislators, people started using the deceased protestor as a symbol of the protest.Democratic Party lawmaker Roy Kwong, distraught by his failure to save protester who died, tells protesters: “I don’t want to lose any more comrades.” He urges protesters who remain to resort to no “blood, injuries, arrests” while he & other lawmakers will go after Carrie Lam pic.twitter.com/uAAP4qnYoX— Chris Lau (@hkchrislau) June 16, 2019Political illustrations by acclaimed Chinese satirist Badiucao and Gianluca Costantini gave tribute to the ‘raincoat boy’.【R.I.P. Raincoat Boy】A young life passed away for HongKong tonight. I don‘t know your name my bro. But you will be known and you will be remembered, always！This drawing is for you. There is #NoChinaExtradition in heaven.一个年轻的生命为香港陨落，我会记住，祝你安息。#反送中 pic.twitter.com/suz7dzwGKO— 巴丢草 Badiucao (@badiucao) June 15, 2019Anti-extradition law protester Paul holds a digital placard reading: “Carrie Lam killed Hong Kong. The police are cold-blooded.” RT @HongKongFP https://t.co/PDJXMmfS9J#NoToChinaExtradition #HongKongprotest #hongkongisnotchina #HongKong #NoChinaExtradition #反送中 #反送中大遊行 pic.twitter.com/VTLvHz9r4f— Gianluca Costantini (@channeldraw) June 16, 2019Young HopeThe protest is also increasingly celebrated for having a large number of young participants.Many stories coming out from Hong Kong’s peaceful demonstration. I’d like to share one. I met a family of nine, spanning three generations. The grandfather marched last Sunday. Today the whole family decided to come out together after witnessing events that unfolded this week pic.twitter.com/JaMORZfcHR— Alexandra Stevenson (@jotted) June 16, 2019Aged activists and participants of the march have expressed that they felt hopeful of the state of Hong Kong’s freedom after witnessing the large young turnouts in the protests.”I’m very encouraged by the younger people. If it was just us [the older generation] the city would be finished,” said 75-year-old Mr Wu, reported The Guardian. “I was a refugee. I escaped China when there was a famine, and I saw people being shot there. The Communist party isn’t to be trusted.” Around 2 million people participated in the mass movement against the proposed extradition bill on Sunday, June 16.Denise Ho/TwitterDressed in black, millions of people came together from all sections of the society to demand the Chief Executive of Hong Kong, Carrie Lam, to step down and permanently scrap the contentious extradition bill.The ongoing public uprising against the pro-Beijing Hong Kong government over the severely criticised extradition bill has brought focus on how non-violent mass movement has rekindled the spirit of democratic dissent.On Sunday, as close to 2 million people gathered to voice their dissent, the number broke the protest’s previous record of 1.2 million protesters. The recent protest made it the biggest mass demonstration that the country has witnessed in its history. Hong Kong. RIGHT NOW.Never seen anything quite like it. pic.twitter.com/wHTMTerP7A— Hamish Macdonald (@hamishNews) June 16, 2019From singing songs to switching on the flashlights of their phones, the mass mobilisation was seen thriving in the Admiralty district of Hong Kong.桥上桥下的暴徒用手机电筒相互辉映 高喊香港人加油 场面一度十分感银?#反送中 #antiextraditionlaw #nochinaextradition #AntiELAB #hongkongprotest #ilovehk pic.twitter.com/esX32xlCPR— 回眸腐笑百媚生 (@arellawzw) June 16, 2019As night falls, out come the lights #HongKong pic.twitter.com/1ge5Dsa5CR— Bill Birtles (@billbirtles) June 16, 2019“Do You Hear The People Sing?,” from musical Les Misérables and the anthem of Hong Kong protests in 2014, resurfaced in Sunday’s demonstrations over the controversial China extradition bill: https://t.co/SloLJ355Yv pic.twitter.com/fHXTaJhcwR— CNN (@CNN) June 16, 2019One of the most powerful moments of peaceful solidarity and cohesion in the mass demonstration was when the sea of people parted and gave way to an ambulance passing through the blocked roadway. Even eight buses were given way to pass through the crowded streets.網上見到的視頻，巨量的人群如摩西過紅海一般，讓路給救護車。香港人不是暴徒。 pic.twitter.com/hZZzYGjgun— 三爪 (@sanzhao4) June 16, 2019HK protesters are the best: Here they are making way for at least eight buses that got stuck after protesters occupied the road pic.twitter.com/LC2CLe4kz9— Vicky Wong 黃瑋殷 (@vickywong710) June 16, 2019
By CARA ANNA, Associated PressJOHANNESBURG (AP) — The awarding of the Nobel Peace Prize to a Congolese surgeon brings rare global attention to a region surging for decades with rebel conflict that now threatens efforts to contain a deadly Ebola outbreak.As Dr. Denis Mukwege describes to the world how he stays in his hospital, protected by United Nations peacekeepers, to avoid further attempts on his life, teams of health workers not far away in eastern Congo feel an uncomfortable kinship as they combat Ebola amid the daily ring of gunfire.Denis Mukwege, center, celebrates with his staff after learning he has been awarded the 2018 Nobel Peace Prize, at the Panzi hospital in Bukavu, eastern Congo, Friday, Oct. 5, 2018. (Norwegian Church Aid via AP)War in the vast region once had the aim of trying to unseat a president, or hunt down those suspected of genocide in neighboring Rwanda, or simply claim a piece of Congo’s trillions of dollars in mineral wealth. Now the conflict has splintered, with dozens of rebel groups traumatizing a population that sometimes has little idea who is behind a deadly attack.That chaos has brought a steady, horrific flow of women, girls and even babies into Mukwege’s hospital as he operates day by day on survivors of the harshest kinds of sexual violence. Women and girls are raped with the barrels of guns. Their genitals are shot or burned.Trauma can beget trauma, and the emergence in August of the Ebola virus in the jittery region for the first time has posed the kind of challenge many health workers have never seen before. So far 135 Ebola cases have been confirmed including 74 deaths.Fears and rumors about the virus have spread as quickly as outreach teams can refute them. Some health workers, confronted by angry families or communities, have been attacked as they try to carry out vaccinations or promote safe burials. The virus is spread via the bodily fluids of those infected, including the dead.Some suspected of having contact with Ebola victims have fled. The World Health Organization worries openly about the virus spreading into “red zones” where the rebel threat is so high that carrying out health work is almost impossible.“It basically couldn’t get worse,” said Anne Rimoin, an associate professor of epidemiology at UCLA who directs teams of researchers in the Ebola outbreak zone. Two team members in recent weeks have been injured by people throwing stones, she said.The threat of attack means Ebola efforts are limited to daylight hours as teams and their armed escorts, usually U.N. peacekeepers but also Congolese security forces, hurry to get off the roads before dark.“That is very unlike other outbreaks,” Rimoin told The Associated Press. With communities “already traumatized by decades of conflict,” the presence of armed escorts can bring further anxiety.Meanwhile, local authorities who have had contact with rebel groups in previous efforts such as routine vaccination campaigns are negotiating with the fighters for urgent access, as any Ebola victim left untracked could cause a new round of cases.Alarm about the insecurity has grown. Last week after Red Cross workers were attacked and badly hurt, the U.N. Security Council called for an end to hostilities as it prepared to visit Congo and discuss, among other things, the fighting that has displaced about 1 million people in the Ebola-affected North Kivu province alone.“An extremely challenging and dangerous environment,” WHO director-general Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told the council, describing the attacks since the outbreak began: a “full-scale” assault on a Congolese military base, ambushes of U.N. peacekeepers, a rocket explosion and an attack on the town at the center of Ebola efforts that killed at least 18 people and shut down health work for days.Friday’s announcement of the Nobel prize, the first in Congo’s history, brought a burst of jubilation and tears in Panzi hospital as Mukwege was finishing his second operation of the day. “Hallelujah,” people said, as medical workers in scrubs danced and women wiped their eyes.The award brought a new round of global calls to end the sprawling conflict and let health workers across the region care for others without fear of violence.“A durable peace,” the U.N. secretary-general’s special envoy to Congo called it while congratulating Mukwege on his win.But it won’t be easy. Even as Congo’s government claimed partial credit for the efforts of the Nobel winner, who has been an outspoken critic, the outgoing President Joseph Kabila wants the U.N. peacekeepers, one of the region’s few stabilizing forces, to prepare for withdrawal.Both Congolese and health workers also are bracing for December’s long-delayed presidential election, which could bring fresh unrest. All hope the Ebola outbreak can be ended before then.The vote, Mercy Corps’ deputy country director Whitney Elmer said on Friday, “may lead to more violence and make an already unstable situation worse.”___Follow Africa news at https://twitter.com/AP_Africa
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5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes Mohamed Mahmoud Ag Ousmane, who said he was a member of a group within the separatist coalition, said that there was still time for other groups to sign.“We hope that the other groups come to sign the peace accord in their own turn,” he said.The Coordination of Azawad Movements, known by its French initials CMA, however, said in a statement that none of its members were represented at the signing in Bamako.International mediators had hoped that a peace agreement could bring stability to north Mali after several chaotic years. But a growing number of attacks in recent weeks had cast doubts on all groups signing this planned accord. The violence has left more than 40 people dead since April 27, according to government figures.The United Nations said in a statement that it welcomed the accord, but that mediators should work on provisions that would bring all parties to sign.Ban called on mediators “to identify those provisions of the agreement that are achievable pending a signature by all parties,” the statement said.The United States welcomed the formal commitment, and urged “all Malian parties to sign the Accord to underscore their concrete commitment to peace,” according to a U.S. State Department statement. Sponsored Stories A number of African presidents and diplomats came to Bamako for the peace accord signing, including Rwandan President Paul Kagame and Zimbabwe’s President Robert Mugabe.___Associated Press reporter Carley Petesch in Dakar, Senegal contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Bruce Whitehouse, associate professor of anthropology at Lehigh University and Mali expert, said the accord without the major separatist groups doesn’t mean much.“They are the people who started the last rebellion and the ones before that,” he said, adding that there likely wasn’t enough support in the fractious separatist demographic.“I see the status quo with skirmishes going on with the line of control between government-held and rebel-held territory,” he said, adding that the U.N. will have a more difficult time policing the sides.The peace deal came after months of negotiations in Algeria between Mali’s government, Tuareg separatist groups and armed groups allied with the government.All parties had reaffirmed a cease-fire back in February during talks in Algeria. But on April 27, a pro-government armed group took over the Tuareg town of Menaka, sparking the Tuareg rebels and coalition separatists to begin attacks, hitting towns including Goundam, Tenenkou and Lere.Some factions of traditionally nomadic Tuaregs, wanting greater autonomy for the country’s northern region, have risen up against the central government in Mali several times since the country’s independence from France in 1960. The most recent uprising opened the door for jihadists to seize half of Mali after government forces scattered in 2012. That prompted a French military intervention in 2013. A peace accord was also signed in Burkina Faso in 2013 that has been repeatedly violated. Another cease-fire was reached in the summer of 2014. BAMAKO, Mali (AP) — Mali’s main separatist Tuareg rebel group did not sign a peace accord that the government and other armed groups agreed to on Friday, dimming prospects of stability in the West African country.Algerian foreign minister Ramtane Lamamra, who represents the mediators, said Mali’s government, allied armed groups and two groups under the separatist coalition signed the agreement, but three groups in the coalition, including the National Movement for the Liberation of Azawad, did not. Comments Share New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Top Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober How men can have a healthy 2019
Doing it H.E.R. way: singer rises as focus remains on music NEW YORK, N.Y. – When Gabi Wilson is H.E.R. — her R&B singer stage name — she is usually rocking big hair and big sunglasses, rarely showing her full face to her fans.The point is to give the public one simple thing to focus on: the music.But other days, her hair is pulled into a ponytail or a bun and her face is clear, like the time she was being driven in an Uber with a friend and “Best Part,” her Top 5 R&B hit, came on the radio.“I love that song ‘Best Part,’” H.E.R. recalled the driver saying, adding that he was in his late ’60s. “It reminds me of my wife.”“I wanted to cry,” she added. “It was so special.”That anonymity proved two things for the singer: Her choice to release music without giving too much detail about her life worked, and her fanbase is not just made up of teenagers who mainly consume music through streaming — R&B purists love her, too.Since Sony’s RCA Records announced H.E.R. mysteriously in 2016, she has become a rising R&B star, achieving success on the road, on streaming services, the charts and even at awards shows.Songs like “Best Part,” ”Focus” and “Losing” perfectly blend the alternative R&B sound that’s popular today with the traditional R&B sound that some feel is missing from the contemporary music scene.Her first two EPs — “H.E.R., Vol. 1” and “H.E.R., Vol. 2” — gave her an immediate fan base thanks to the songs’ honest lyrics and vibey melodies, as she sang about complicated relationships and love lapses. Most people wouldn’t think she just turned 21 months ago.“The way that I released the music did exactly what I wanted it to, which was make people just listen to the music,” said H.E.R., which stands for “Having Everything Revealed.” ”(And) just listen to the message for what it is because we tend to listen with our eyes sometimes. Sometimes it’s all about hype, and I didn’t want hype. …I don’t want people to love my music because of what I look like or who I know or whatever.”“I feel like maybe some people wouldn’t have accepted the music if they knew I was 19,” said H.E.R., who was that age when her first EP dropped. “Some people, they make these assumptions before they even listen to the music.”“Vol. 1,” her seven-song set, was named iTunes’ R&B album of 2016. She earned a nomination for best new artist at the 2017 Soul Train Awards. And she opened on tour for Bryson Tiller and completed her first headlining tour.But this year, she reached the Top 10 of the R&B charts with “Could’ve Been,” the gold-selling “Focus” and the platinum hit “Best Part,” a duet with Daniel Caesar. She earned a whopping seven nominations at the upcoming Soul Train Awards, making her the most nominated act. And she opened on the road for Chris Brown and will launch her second headlining tour on Saturday in Atlanta.She is Apple Music’s latest “Up Next” artist and ranks sixth among R&B acts on the streaming platform. Her success has been so major that a male singer has copied her likeness and released songs under the name H.I.M.“I don’t like to acknowledge it,” she said of the copycat.H.E.R. grew up in the San Francisco Bay area to a black father and Filipino mother. She was originally introduced to the public as a piano prodigy at age 10, appearing on the “Today” show and covering Alicia Keys’ music. She was signed to Sony at 14 and said though she wanted to release music at times — she did try with the song “Something to Prove” in 2014 under Gabi Wilson — she appreciates the time she had to develop as an artist and work on songwriting and grow as a pianist, drummer and guitar (she plays electric, acoustic and bass guitar).Keys, who met H.E.R. over a decade ago, had similar beginnings: She was originally signed as a teenager and didn’t release her first song, the No. 1 hit “Fallin’,” until she was 20 in 2001.“I was signed when I was 14 and then had been developing all the way up to the first album and probably a lot like H.E.R.,” Keys said. “You feel super anxious because you have all of this music you’ve been working on for years. You have your dreams and you have your wishes and of course you find yourself hoping that it’s going to all work out. Sometimes you’ve got to sit for a minute and wait for that right moment. That’s hard — that discipline is almost just as hard.”“I saw H.E.R. developing as an artist, and she really had this thing about her that was so exciting because it was such serious musicianship,” added Keys. “And then fast forwarding now, X amount years later, to where she is now and seeing that all come together, I think the beauty of that is the fact that she was really able to take her time and be an artist and develop and be a young girl. Her eyes and her destiny have always been on this place and needed to land in this world. And it’s only going to get brighter, bigger and better.”This year H.E.R. released her second pair of EPs, titled “I Used to Know Her” parts 1 and 2, taking on new sounds and moods in comparisons to her earlier projects. A full album is expected next year.She’s even revealing more of herself: In the music video for “Could’ve Been,” released last week, you can even see her face.“I think everything will be revealed in its proper time and slowly, like the developing of a polaroid — that’s kind of what you see and what her reveal is,” said manager Jeff Robinson, who signed both H.E.R. and Keys to his MBK Entertainment company when they were teens (he no longer manages Keys).“There was never any hiding — just a concentration on the music,” he added.For H.E.R., she’s just happy to have connected with fans of all ages in an organic way.“I’m so thankful that at this point, even if you see my face or know who I am, it doesn’t matter, because you already love the music,” she said. “You’ve already accepted it.”_____Online:https://everythingrevealed.her-official.com/ In this Aug. 13, 2018 photo, R&B singer Gabi Wilson, better known as H.E.R., poses for a portrait in New York. She is Apple Music’s latest “Up Next” artist and ranks sixth among R&B artists on the streaming platform. (Photo by Victoria Will/ Invision/AP) by Mesfin Fekadu, The Associated Press Posted Nov 7, 2018 7:52 am PDT Last Updated Nov 7, 2018 at 12:20 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
All five presidential candidates said that neither they nor their spouses had any assets in offshore funds or tax paradises, nor did they have savings accounts abroad.According to a questionnaire given to them by the Politis, published on Sunday, the majority of candidates are in favour of euthanasia and for shops to remain closed on Sundays.The questionnaire recorded the answers to 12 questions on a range of issues by President Nicos Anastasiades, Akel backed candidate Stavros Malas, Diko leader Nikolas Papadopoulos, chairman of the Citizens’ Alliance Giorgos Lillikas, and Elam leader Christos Christou.Elam leader Christou answered negatively to all questions but two. First, he agreed with the decriminalisation of the trapping of songbirds – ambelopoulia – with lime sticks and second, he wanted the state to carry on spending €6.1m per year to supplement the wages of priests stationed in rural areas. Only Malas, disagreed with the state support of priests.Anastasiades also agreed with the decriminalisation of the use of limesticks, while Lillikas said he was for the decriminalisation of trapping songbirds so long as this was in line with the rules and conditions that applied in other EU member-states. The state, Lillikas said, could issue special licences to hunters of ambelopoulia and to restaurants that exclusively served game.All candidates – except Christou – say they agree with euthanasia, legalisation of abortions and the obligatory vaccination of children. They also agreed to legal gender recognition of trans-sexuals but Anastasiades said only under preconditions while Malas said that this should be based on decisions of the European Court of Human Rights and of the Council of Europe.Regarding adoption of children by same-sex couples, Malas was for it, Anastasiades said he would agree to it as long as there was a protection clause to ensure the well-being of children, and Papadopoulos said yes under certain conditions.Anastasiades is the only candidate who was in favour of shops opening on Sundays, on condition that workers’ rights were safeguarded.Papadopoulos was the only candidate, who supported the appointment of pensioners as state officials. The Diko leader said that he was against age discrimination and that qualification and skills, instead of age, should be the criteria of such an appointment. Anastasiades disagreed in principle but said exceptions should be allowed.You May LikeLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndoYahoo SearchThe Early Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes. Search Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
Fourteen hunting dogs worth around €11,000 were reported stolen on Saturday from Konia in Paphos.The 52-year-old owner of the dogs reported that the dogs were in cages in an area in Konia and that they were stolen sometime between Friday and Saturday.The owner reportedly had no padlocks to lock the cage doors.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
The citizenship-by-investment scheme’s contribution to economic growth in the past three years was just 1.2 per cent of 13 percentage points, Finance Minister Harris Georgiades said Wednesday, as the cabinet tightened procedures for applicants to the programme, which has been criticised by the EU as lacking transparency.Speaking after the cabinet meeting, Georgiades said the scheme proved important for the construction and real estate sectors with 24 per cent of total transactions linked with it “but with relatively little impact on the economy”.“The construction and real estate sector has clearly recovered and part of this recovery is owed to the programme but there is no overheating, nor an especially high dependence of the economy and the growth prospects on the particular sector,” he said.The minister said 1,864 applications have been approved since 2013 with transactions valued at €6.6bn. This number does not include family members.The minister said transactions were separate from investment contributing to an economy’s growth rate.“Transactions are one thing and investments with a positive contribution to the growth rate of an economy, another,” he said.The acquisition of shares in a company does not contribute to the growth rate, he added. That was something that will happen if moves to expand followed, creating economic activity, or if a building sold.Based on these facts and a study by the economy council, the cabinet approved a series of changes to make it more specific and credible, Georgiades said.The changes include a €75,000 contribution to research and development and an equal amount to the land development organisation to fund affordable housing schemes.“We ensure that for every naturalisation of a foreign investor, funds will also go towards an affordable home for our fellow citizens who are in need,” he said.The cabinet also approved stricter criteria for applicants who will undergo background checks by a specialised foreign firm, which has not been hired yet. Applicants will also be obliged to already possess a Schengen visa — a short-stay visa that allows a person to travel to any members of the Schengen Area for up to 90 days for tourism or business purposes.Applicants who have already been rejected by other EU states will be excluded.In January, the European Commission warned that programmes of EU states, including Cyprus, to sell passports and visas to wealthy foreigners could help organised crime groups infiltrate the bloc and raise the risk of money laundering, corruption and tax evasion.The warning was contained in the first report the EU executive produced over the multi-billion-dollar industry of so-called “investment migration”, which allows rich individuals to buy citizenship or residence in countries that put them on sale.It highlighted shortfalls in the Cypriot and Maltese schemes which do not sufficiently check the origins of the wealth of individuals and do not allow their easy identification.Although legal, these schemes are sometimes run in opaque ways and without sufficient checks on those who acquire passports and visas, the commission said, mostly raising concerns about the programmes in Malta and Cyprus.The investment amount is €2m if the investment is made solely in residential real estate, at least a quarter of which must be spent on a residence for life.If not, the threshold is €2.5m, at least €500,000 of which must be spent on a permanent residence. In both cases, the requirement of a permanent residence ensures the investor remains closely engaged with Cyprus even if not actually obliged to live on the island.You May LikeFreedom Debt ReliefPeople In Heavy Debt Are In For A SurpriseFreedom Debt ReliefUndoLivestlyChip 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 ArePopularEverythingUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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40 minutes before the plane’s landing Jawad said The attendants kept the woman in the back of the plane and offered her a different seat and while they were talking to the victim Ramamoorthy’s wife came to the back of the plane to see what was going on Jawad saidRamamoorthy was arrested after the plane landed according to court documentsHe told agents in a written statement that he had taken a pill and fallen into a deep sleep Jawad said and that he hadn’t done anything besides learning from his wife that the 22-year-old woman was sleeping on his kneesHis wife told officials a similar story and said that they had called the flight attendants to try to change seatsBut the "flight attendants did not report that anyone asked them to change seats other than the victim" Jawad saidBoth Ramamoorthy and his wife gave lengthier statements later indicating that the pill Ramamoorthy had taken was "plain Tylenol"Ramamoorthy gave "conflicting reports" about what happened with the victim Jawad saidMagistrate Judge Steven Whalen who said it was a "very unusual case" ordered Ramamoorthy to be held pending trial after Jawad successfully argued that he was a flight risk and a potential danger to others around him The prosecutor said that Ramamoorthy’s wife who was also living in the United States on a temporary visa would not make a suitable custodian for him "It seems that she’s either colluding with the defendant to cover up his actions or she’s completely oblivious to what he did" Jawad argued "What makes this offense particularly egregious and the defendant even more of a danger to the community is the fact that it took place on an airplane He was brazen enough to do this basically in public next to his wife where anyone could have seen him"Ramamoorthy’s lawyer Richard O’Neill had offered to turn over his client’s passport He said Ramamoorthy had worked as a project manager at a technology group for about two and a half years"There’s been no allegations from anywhere that his behavior has ever been inappropriate prior to this incident" O’Neill said "I have a hard time with some of these allegations but that’s what a trial is for"O’Neill did not return a request for comment on ThursdayStephen Schuler a spokesman for Spirit said that it was cooperating with law enforcement on the incidentSexual harassment and abuse on airplanes is a largely unreported but prevalent issue for passengers according to a report by the Seattle Times According to a survey done by the Association of Flight Attendants union that the report cited one out of five attendants said they had dealt with complaints of sexual assault made by passengers The police were contacted less than half the time the survey foundThe number of federal investigations into sexual assault aboard airlines has been increasing slowly up to more than 60 in 2017 as of early December from 57 in 2016 and 40 the year before Congress has promised to "look into the matter. If you want to commission a house next year, EDT, D.com Inc. stripping away decades of experience and crippling the health-care system. Article 324 of the Constitution says it (EC) controls and supervises elections. presumably to mitigate input latency (of possible consequence for competitive, Gun imagery permeates the imagination on a video shoot.worland@time.
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