Celtic striker, Odsonne Edouard has warned teammates to expect a tougher test when they face RB Leipzig in the UEFA Europa League on Thursday, following their 5-0 drubbing of Hearts.The Scottish champions require a victory over the Leipzig on Thursday evening to maintain genuine hope of progression from Europa League Group B.Edouard scored twice in Saturday’s 5-0 thrashing of Premiership leaders Hearts and believes his side are in a good place to try and salvage their continental ambitions.“I think it will be a totally different game to the match in Germany,” said the French striker, according to Daily Mail.“It is a home match for us so it is going to be totally different.”Johnston is disappointed after being injured Manuel R. Medina – September 11, 2019 Celtic winger Mikey Johnston was disappointed to miss Scotland Under 21 national team’s victories over San Marino and Croatia, and he hopes he can return to play soon.“We want to win every match so that will be the same on Thursday evening against Leipzig. We know that this is a really important game for us, so we want to go into it with the best approach and the best mindset.”“There is a good dynamic about the team at the moment and we are in good form. We are always working harder to get better and trying to improve our standards to get the wins.”Filip Benkovic, James Forrest and Ryan Christie were also on the scoresheet against Hearts as the Bhoys delivered a significant victory on Saturday.“I think we have shown over the past seven years that we are the best team and we want to keep that up for as long as we can,” added the 20-year-old Frenchman, who now has 11 goals for the season.”“For me, I feel good physically right now. The same goes for the whole team, too. I just try to do as well as I can in each match to help the team win.”
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp #MagneticMediaNews Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, December 27, 2016 –Two days to a history making day in Turks and Caicos politics being solidified as the first female premier will lead Government business in the House of Assembly when Parliament opens this coming Thursday. It would mark two weeks since victory at the polls for the People’s Democratic Movement, which secured 10 of 15 seats. Sharlene Cartwright-Robinson is a pioneering woman in the Turks and Caicos Islands, who has long been racking up outstanding performances. A former head girl, valedictorian, winner of the Governor’s Cup for top CXC results, a Constitutional crafter and scholar – having sat on three review bodies; an attorney by profession, a founding president of the TCI Cancer Foundation in Grand Turk, first woman in Kiwanis Grand Turk and once head of the Baptist Union Youth Department for the entire Caribbean region, Robinson is a wife and mother of two daughters and is also credited with being the first female leader of the Opposition in the TCI. Regionally, she is making news too as the first female premier of the Turks and Caicos, who is also Bahamian born to Turks and Caicos Islands parents, having lived the first six years of her life in The Bahamas. At just 45 years old Robinson is the 11th Caribbean woman to achieve head of state; Dominica was first in 1980, Haiti and Bermuda have each seen it done three times, Jamaica has had it twice with the same woman and both Guyana and Trinidad and Tobago have had women run the country. Women make up 40% of the elected members of this new TCI House of Assembly; three from the PNP and three from the PDM. The Luxury of Grace Bay in Down Town Provo Recommended for you Electricity Cost of Service Study among the big agenda items at September 11 Cabinet meeting Related Items:#magneticmedianews ALERT # 2 ON POTENTIAL TROPICAL CYCLONE NINE ISSUED BY THE BAHAMAS DEPARTMENT OF METEOROLOGY THURSDAY 12TH SEPTEMBER, 2019 AT 9 PM EDT
WASHINGTON — Just how sturdy is the U.S. job market?That’s the key question the Federal Reserve will face when it decides later this month whether to reduce its economic stimulus.The answer depends on where you look.The economy has added jobs for 35 straight months. Unemployment has reached a 41/2-year low of 7.3 percent. Layoffs are dwindling.Yet other barometers of the job market point to chronic weakness:The pace of hiring remains tepid. Job growth is concentrated in lower-paying industries. The economy is 1.9 million jobs shy of its pre-recession level — and that’s not counting the additional jobs needed to meet population growth. Nearly 4.3 million people have been unemployed at least six months.What’s more, employers have little incentive to raise pay. Many unhappy employees have nowhere else to go.Still, when it meets Sept. 17-18, the Fed is expected to reduce its $85 billion a month in bond purchases by perhaps $10 billion. Its purchases have helped keep home-loan and other borrowing rates low to try to encourage consumers and businesses to borrow and spend more.Here’s a look at the job market’s vital signs as the Fed’s decision nears:UNEMPLOYMENTThe unemployment rate slid in August to 7.3 percent, its lowest level since December 2008. Unemployment had peaked in October 2009 at 10 percent and has since fallen more or less steadily. Since then, the number of people who say they have jobs has risen by 5.7 million. And the number of those who say they’re unemployed has dropped by nearly 4.1 million.That’s the good news behind the tumbling unemployment rate.But the rate has been falling, in part, for a bad reason: People are dropping out of the labor force. Once people without a job stop looking for one, the government no longer counts them as unemployed.Some are retiring. Some are young adults who have chosen to go to college rather than brave a tough job market. Some have gone on disability. And some have given up the job search, discouraged by repeated rejections.
PENSACOLA, Fla. — The jail already had two feet of water in the basement from the record-setting rains when an apparent gas explosion leveled the inside of the building, killing two inmates and injuring more than 180 other people, officials said Thursday. In the rubble and chaos, inmates were trapped and had to be rescued. Others were treated for their injuries in the parking lot. In all, 600 inmates rushed out of the jail. The injured were taken by bus to hospitals while the others were sent to nearby jails. Authorities lost track of three inmates in the confusion, but by late afternoon, they were confident everyone was accounted for.Inmate Monique Barnes told The Associated Press by telephone that she was knocked off her fourth-floor bunk. “The explosion shook us so hard it was like we were in an earthquake,” Barnes said. “It was like a movie, a horrible, horrible movie.”Pieces of glass, brick and inmates’ flip-flops were strewn about on the ground outside the jail. The front of the building appeared bowed, with cracks throughout.Barnes, who spoke to AP after she was taken to another jail, said she and other inmates complained of smelling gas ahead of the blast, and some reported headaches.
Kevin Hart is taking the spotlight as Forbes’ highest paid comedian.Hart made $59 million last year following a stadium tour, a Netflix special and sponsorships from brands including Mountain Dew.This is his second time on the coveted list as the richest stand-up comedian.Back in 2016, Hart dethroned fellow comedian Jerry Seinfeld who had dominated the Forbes list since 2006.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Wing will deliver fresh food to your door in Australia. Wing Wing drones are ready to deliver fresh food to customers’ doors in Australia. Wing, a startup under Google parent company Alphabet, on Tuesday launched its commercial drone delivery service in North Canberra, Australia. The drones will deliver fresh food, hot coffee and over-the-counter health products to customers’ homes within minutes, the company said. Customers order items using Wing’s mobile app. Post a comment Share your voice Tags “Wing has teamed up with local Canberra businesses to give customers the opportunity to have a range of goods delivered in a handful of minutes,” the company wrote in a blog post. Wing graduated from X, Alphabet’s moonshot factory for future-tech projects, last year. It’s now an independent company owned by Alphabet, headed by James Burgess. The startup aims to build a drone delivery system and management platform to improve the transportation of goods. Wing spent 18 months testing its drone deliveries in Australia. It’s also preparing to launch in Europe, with the introduction of service in the Helsinki area of Finland. Wing’s delivery service will initially be offered to a limited set of eligible homes in the suburbs of Grace, Palmerston and Franklin. The company plans to expand over the upcoming weeks and months. Its launch partners include Kickstart Expresso, Capital Chemist, Pure Gelato, Jasper + Myrtle, Bakers Delight, Guzman Y Gomez and Drummond Golf. 1:26 Google delivery drones get go-ahead in Australia 0 Drones Sci-Tech Tech Industry Now playing: Watch this: Drones Google Alphabet Inc.
In this 19 September photo, Ayman Harb, 36, poses as he awaits treatment at a Gaza City clinic run by MSF. Photo: APIsraeli forces deployed along the volatile border with the Gaza Strip have fired live rounds at rock-throwing Palestinian protesters ever since demonstrations against Israel’s long-running blockade of Gaza began in March.And for eight months, Israeli snipers have targeted one part of the body more than any other — the legs.The Israeli army says it is responding to weekly assaults on its frontier by Palestinians armed with stones, grenades and firebombs. The military says it opens fire only as a last resort, and considers firing at the lower limbs an act of restraint.Still, 175 Palestinians have been shot to death, according to an Associated Press count. And the number of wounded has reached colossal proportions.Of the 10,511 protesters treated at hospitals and field clinics in Gaza so far, at least 6,392, or roughly 60 per cent, have been struck in the lower limbs, according to Gaza’s Health Ministry. At least 5,884 of those casualties were hit by live ammunition; others have been hit by rubber-coated metal bullets and tear gas canisters.The upsurge in violence has left a visible mark on Gaza that will likely remain for decades to come. It is now common to see young men walking through dilapidated streets on crutches. Most have legs bandaged or fitted with a metal frame called a fixator, which uses pins or screws that are inserted into fractured bones to help stabilize them.In this 19 September, photo, Mahmoud Saad, 25, poses as he awaits treatment at a Gaza City clinic run by MSF (Doctors Without Borders). Photo: APThe wounded can often be seen gathering at a treatment clinic run by the Paris-based medical charity Doctors Without Borders in Gaza City, where Associated Press photographer Felipe Dana took portraits of some of them.Some of those he photographed acknowledged throwing stones toward Israeli troops during the demonstrations. One said he had hurled a firebomb. But others said they were unarmed bystanders; one paramedic said he was helping rescue the wounded, while another man said he was waving a Palestinian flag and another said he was selling coffee and tea.International human rights groups have said the military’s open-fire rules are unlawful because they allow the use of potentially lethal force in situations where soldiers’ lives are not in immediate danger.Lieutenant colonel Jonathan Conricus, an Israeli military spokesman, rejected international criticism that Israel’s response has been excessive. Instead, he said that firing at people’s legs was a sign of restraint.”Sniper rifles against hundreds or thousands of rioters that are violently trying to get into Israel with the open aim of killing Israeli civilians or abducting Israeli soldiers, I don’t think that’s disproportionate,” he said. “I don’t think it’s disproportionate to shoot at feet or legs to get them to stop, rather than killing them.”Doctors Without Borders said this month that the huge number of patients was overwhelming Gaza’s health care system, which has already been severely weekend by a blockade imposed by Israel and Egypt that has fueled economic stagnation and rampant unemployment, and devastated water and electricity supplies.The Paris-based aid group said the majority of the 3,117 patients it has treated have been shot in the legs, and many will need follow-up surgery, physiotherapy and rehabilitation.”These are complex and serious injuries that do not quickly heal,” the group said. “Their severity and the lack of appropriate treatment in Gaza’s crippled health system means that infection is a high risk, especially for patients with open fractures.””The consequences of these wounds … will be lifelong disability for many,” the aid group said. “And if infections are not tackled, then the results could be amputation or even death.”Gaza’s Health Ministry says it has carried out 94 amputations since the protests began, 82 of them involving lower limbs.
October 9, 2017 3 min read Listen Now How Success Happens Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. It’s a sad day, ’90s kids. AOL Instant Messenger (otherwise known as AIM) is officially shutting down after 20 years.AIM debuted as part of the America Online desktop internet service, but launched as a standalone offering in 1997, introducing many of us to the joys of internet chat for the first time. But on Dec. 15, 2017, it will be no more, parent company Oath announced. By year’s end, you’ll no longer be able to access AIM and all user data will be deleted. Aim.com email accounts will not be affected.”If you were a ’90s kid, chances are there was a point in time when AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) was a huge part of your life,” Oath wrote in its announcement. “You likely remember the CD, your first screenname, your carefully curated away messages, and how you organized your buddy lists.”The beloved chat service was so ubiquitous that it played a role in movies and TV shows like You’ve Got Mail (a product placement bonanza) and Sex in the City, as many will remember. But, AIM’s user base has been declining for years, thanks to competition from modern chat services and apps like Skype, Google Chat, Facebook Messenger, Snapchat and many others.All good things must eventually come to an end, and this is the end of the road for AIM.”AIM tapped into new digital technologies and ignited a cultural shift, but the way in which we communicate with each other has profoundly changed,” Oath wrote. “As a result we’ve made the decision that we will be discontinuing AIM.”The announcement comes after AOL started scaling AIM back in March when it ended third-party access to the chat service.Meanwhile, Twitter users have already started reacting to the news; check out what people are saying below.AOL Instant Messenger (AIM) is officially shutting down for good on December 15.Old people: It’s the end of an era!Today’s kids: pic.twitter.com/P2BRaUuOuv— Adam MS (@Muh_Sadam) October 6, 2017~*~*~R.I.P. AoL iNsTaNt mEsSeNgEr ~*~*~*~~*~*~*~*~*~*~1997-2017~*~*~*~*~*~~*~*~*~— Parker Molloy (@ParkerMolloy) October 6, 2017Damn AOL Instant Messenger is ending its run. I used to spit madd G in middle school on AIM. pic.twitter.com/44nMivz71N— Erick Fernandez (@ErickFernandez) October 6, 2017Damn…AOL Instant Messenger is *just now* ending? There’s people still using it? pic.twitter.com/0iGrWwdOMc— Spooky Shower Shot (@_hoemo) October 6, 2017AOL instant messenger was the place where trolls were born and made. Good times. RIP.— psxisnotps1 (@psxisnotps1) October 6, 2017I spent soooo much time on AOL Instant Messenger in the 90s!— Gene Nash (@GeneNash) October 6, 2017#RIP – Aol Instant Messenger #AIMThank you for the memories & awkward conversations with girls throughout Middle School ?— Tyler Gossage (@Tyler_Gossage) October 6, 2017 This story originally appeared on PCMag
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Hernán Jiménez is renowned throughout the country as a comedian, but his talent doesn’t stop there: he is also a successful actor, screenwriter and producer. His 2012 film “El Regreso” told the story of a Costa Rican struggling to adapt to his country once more after many years away; his standup comedy acts such as “Vamos x partes” and “¡Esto es en serio!” have become phenomena of their own. The Tico Times spoke to Jiménez about the roots of his career, what it’s like to be alone onstage, and why all artists should “get naked.” Excerpts follow.How did your career start, and what pushed you towards it?I decided to study theater in Montreal, and started looking for some viable way of being an artist. When I returned to Costa Rica I had to face a completely paralyzed, arid and exclusive cultural panorama. After seeing this, I decided to work on my own. I wrote and directed my first documentary about the lack of safety in San José. Then I wrote my first play, “A One-Man Show,” which really marked my life and was also a precursor of my incursion to standup comedy. These two works led me to discover that a [blend] of art, film and stage was what I wanted in my life.My insertion in the art world is quite cliché: histrionics and a love of the camera have been with me since I was a little boy. I love what I do. Now that I’m a grown man I have come to understand that [my work] has been the only effective balm for anxiety. When I was young I discovered that theater would be the only thing that would give sense to my life. And that’s what we all are looking for, right? To justify why we are here. To me, the energy of being onstage, or telling a good joke, or the community created on a movie set, are factors that get me to happiness.Have you ever doubted your decision to be an artist?When I started to study theater I was determined to be an actor for life. Luckily, I went to a school with the vision that an actor can’t only be an actor, but must also be an artist. They gave me the tools to propose my own ideas instead of just sitting there waiting for a perfect audition. That’s how my path was forged. Also, being unemployed in Costa Rica at the age of 24 was pretty frustrating. So my career has also been forged through economic necessity, because to live and make films is quite expensive. Emotionally, [it has been forged] in order not to go nuts.I think there were doubts, but I don’t think I could have lived a life without art. It’s spine-chilling even to think about it. I don’t think I’m good at anything else.What was your formative process, and what support did you receive?I studied in at the Methodist High School in Costa Rica, but I got a scholarship to finish [high school] in an amazing place, which certainly changed my life: Pearson College in Vancouver, which is part of the United World Colleges. That was perhaps the most important inflexion point of my life. There, I learned to think differently; I discovered myself; I changed my political and artistic perceptions, and it opened me, in every sense, to the world itself. After that, I studied at the National Theatre School of Canada in Montreal. Next, coming and going to Costa Rica in between all these [academic stints], I studied film at the San Francisco Art Institute, and script and direction at Columbia University in New York.If I never win the lottery in my life, my comfort is that I did win my family’s support. Perhaps it was because they were tired already –I’m the younger of four siblings – but my dad and my brother are also artists, and my family nucleus is one of those few that actually understands what being an artist means. Nowadays, to make a living from anything is hard! To graduate with a little paper that says you’re a dentist, a lawyer, an accountant, does not guarantee anything. The world has changed a lot in that aspect, so it is really sad that families still disapprove of the artistic inclinations of a child. Those are ghosts that never go away.What would you say is the key to success for a person who wants to become either a comedian or an actor?Just do it! Don’t listen to critics, envy, and all those people who will tell you not to do it, or that you are not good at it. There is no advice you can follow to do it right or wrong. Perhaps it would be useful learn one or two techniques, but beyond that, the only good thing is to be completely honest with your work, and do it over and over and over again until is it relatively good. Say something awkward about yourself. Get “naked.”What do you enjoy the most about your career?That is almost impossible to describe, you know. It is love. To love what I do is full enjoyment in and of itself. Each discipline is different, of course. I love to write because it is an incredibly introspective process, which makes me visit uncomfortable and difficult places of myself, which makes me recognize the worst of me and at the same time makes me be generous with myself. I love being a director because it is the closest to playing as a child, and that is beautiful. You make up a complete story, and then you get some friends to help you to create it, and then you film it. I love to do standup comedy because, well, first it gives me the money to live and to produce films, but also because with the power of words I can submit thousands of strangers to an involuntary reflex: laughter. To see them and to hear them laugh all at the same time is like some kind of poetry to me. It is extremely desolate to be up there alone, but what I see and hear is glorious.Perhaps that is the only negative aspect: loneliness. The creative process, when it is honest, leads to loneliness. It can’t be different. I do not live with the romantic idea of a tormented artist. If I could do it differently I would, but there’s no other way. To create sometimes involves overwhelming anguish, which you have to face with humility and patience, and I’ve got to say that I’m not a very patient person.[But if it weren’t for my art], I would be in a psychiatric hospital.Here’s a taste of Hernán’s work, a segment of his standup comedy ‘Así quién no’: Read other “Weekend Arts Spotlight” interviews here.Our “Weekend Arts Spotlight” presents Sunday interviews with artists who are from, working in, or inspired by Costa Rica, ranging from writers and actors to dancers and musicians. Do you know of an artist we should consider, whether a long-time favorite or an up-and-comer? Email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. 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A videoboard will be set up for fans to watch the early AFC playoff game between the New England Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs while team mascot Big Red, Cardinals Cheerleaders and the Big Red Thunder drumline will entertain fans.The Cardinals also wanted to remind fans of security policies that include screening prior to entering the stadium, which will be done via walk-through magnetometers and handheld metal detectors. The team recommends fans do not bring bags with them to the stadium, and if someone must have a bag, it should comply with the NFL’s Clear Bag policy.Kickoff is scheduled for 6:18 p.m. on NBC with coverage on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM beginning at 11 a.m. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The Arizona Cardinals will hold a pregame pep rally Saturday before they take on the Green Bay Packers in the Divisional Round of the NFC playoffs.The rally will take place a 4:15 p.m. on the Great Lawn at University of Phoenix Stadium and will be hosted by play-by-play voice Dave Pasch along with analyst and Arizona Sports 98.7 FM host Ron Wolfley. Speakers will include Cardinals team President Michael Bidwill and general manager Steve Keim. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories 0 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals fans watch work outs during an NFL football training camp, Saturday, Aug. 1, 2015, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Matt York) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo
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it also lacks backing in the Arab world,S. which has been urging restraint in the conflict and brokered a cease-fire in 2012 has not called on Israel to halt air strikes in Gaza and refrained from doing so again during a phone call Thursday between President Barack Obama and Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu “The President reiterated the United States strong condemnation of continuing rocket fire into Israel by Hamas and other terrorist organizations in Gaza and reaffirmed Israels right to defend itself against these attacks” the White House said in a statement describing the call “The President expressed concern about the risk of further escalation and emphasized the need for all sides to do everything they can to protect the lives of civilians and restore calm The United States remains prepared to facilitate a cessation of hostilities including a return to the November 2012 ceasefire agreement” Indeed Israel’s military says Hamas is promoting civilian deaths in Gaza not only by operating from private homes but through posters and slogans actually urging people to cluster around targets as human shields In one instance Tuesday by numerous accounts local residents ran toward a building that had just received a phoned warning it was about to be bombed apparently counting on their presence to protect And it might have worked: an Israeli military spokesman said an effort was made to divert the incoming missile but it was too late "It is a tragedy indeed” Lieut Colonel Peter Lerner told reporters Thursday “and not what we intended" Additional reporting by Zeke J Miller Contact us at editors@timecomKurdish fighters may have declared victory in a 134-day battle for Kobani and described it as the beginning of the end for the Islamic State in Iraq and Greater Syria (ISIS) but the group continues to hold large parts of both countries and the countryside that surrounds Kobani The loss of Kobani is certainly a setback for the jihadists who first targeted the strategic crossing point between Syria and Turkey last year long before the town took on symbolic status as a focus of resistance against the seemingly unstoppable insurgents With the support of air strikes by the US and its allies and the backing of Iraqi Kurdish armored troops who joined the fight in November the Syrian Kurds gnawed away at ISIS positions to secure the last occupied pockets of a shattered town whose civilian population mostly fled months ago The victory like the four-month battle that preceded it is more symbolic than strategic That was reflected in a statement from the local Kurdish Peoples Defense Units (YPG) militia "The battle for Kobani was not only a fight between the YPG and Daesh [ISIS]" they declared "It was a battle between humanity and barbarity a battle between freedom and tyranny it was a battle between all human values and the enemies of humanity" As much as it was a symbolic victory for the Kurds and their allies it was a symbolic defeat for ISIS which has depended on the "propaganda of the deed" a combination of lightning military victories and brutal terrorism to rally recruits and to cow both its enemies and the civilian populations that have fallen under its sway In October ISIS posted a video report from Kobani featuring John Cantlie the British journalist being held by hostage by ISIS The video boasts of ISIS’ control over Kobani and the failure of any of their opponents to dislodge them On Tuesday after the fall of Kobani rather than boast about controlling a town ISIS was reduced to threatening to kill a Jordanian pilot and a Japanese journalist that it holds It is debatable however whether the loss of Kobani marks the beginning of the end for the jihadists who still hold wide swathes of territory and major cities in both Syria and neighboring Iraq "ISIS is still well-entrenched in the areas it controls and still has access to human and other resources" says Dlawer Alaaldeen president of the Middle East Research Institute in Erbil "Its not the beginning of the end in any schematic way" The positive news from the frontlines in Iraq is that ISIS has been contained and is no longer making territorial gains Indeed it has lost ground to Kurdish and other Iraqi forces in marginal areas "But ISIS is by no means reduced enough to retake the big cities" Alaaldeen tells TIME in a telephone interview from the Iraqi Kurdistan capital In the case of Mosul Iraqs second-largest city that was captured by ISIS last June "I dont believe there is an imminent plan to liberate it because the Iraqis in general are not ready to organize the support of the local population" he says There was also little prospect of Kurdish forces going it alone against ISIS in Mosul without first winning over the local Sunni Arab population "It would be extremely difficult to recapture Mosul and above all to retain it" Alaaldeen says Until ISIS thrust itself into the international consciousness with the capture of Mosul the declaration of a caliphate and the widely diffused photos and videos of its beheadings the threat it posed was largely overlooked When shortly afterwards ISIS began an offensive in northern Syria the autonomous Kurdish administration in northeastern Syria sought vainly for outside support to save Kobani which was virtually unknown and marked on most maps under its Arabic name of Ain al-Arab Turkish and Western governments were suspicious of the nature of the local Kurdish regime headed by the Democratic Union Party (PYD) and linked to Turkeys outlawed Kurdistan Workers Party (PKK) which is designated a terrorist organisation by the US State Department By October the game was almost up for Kobanis embattled defenders when an 11th-hour intervention by the US and its allies saw the first of a campaign of air strikes that helped slowly turn the tide against ISIS Washington and its partners decided that the risks of intervention outweighed the prospect of another ISIS propaganda coup The PYD and its militia along with other Kurdish groups launched a massive and effective propaganda campaign that mirrored and contrasted with that of ISIS The Kurds promoted their struggle as one of freedom and democracy and specifically highlighted the role of unveiled women fighters as a symbol of egalitarian secularity in the face of the jihadists perceived misogyny "Save Kobani" became an internationally popularized slogan in the anti-ISIS struggle and dozens of Western volunteers traveled to join the Kurds It was not just about symbols ISIS lost close on 1000 fighters having been forced to draft in reinforcements to try to avert defeat The Kurds lost more than 300 according to the British-based Syrian Observatory for Human Rights an organisation that monitors events in Syria Kobani may not be the Kurdish Stalingrad as some suggested at the height of the conflict ISIS still hold the Kobani hinterland and the liberation of the town is not a strategic turning-point But symbols are important in a war that will depend largely on undermining an image of ISIS invincibility which is popular among some of the local population and foreign sympathizers Contact us at editors@timecom The key is to wake up early and find an unobstructed view of the horizon.
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