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Rabat – The investigation judge at the Supreme Court in Algeria ordered the provisional detention of Algeria’s former Prime Minister Ahmed Ouyahia. Ouyahia is suspected of involvement in many corruption cases. Dozens of people were waiting for Ouyahia’s arrival at the Supreme Court, throwing yogurts on the van transporting him to the prison. Algeria’s former minister of transportation, Abdelghani Zaalane, is also expected to appear before the court.Read also: Algeria’s Hostility to Morocco Expands Into its Education SystemOn Sunday, June 9, Ouyahia, along with other senior officials, were summoned by an investigating judge of the Algiers court for ‘granting privileges’ to the owner of a car assembly plant.It is the second time in two months that the former prime minister has appeared in court in connection with corruption investigations. Ouyahia was previously summoned on April 30 for ‘squandering public funds and undue advantages.” Since the resignation of Abdelaziz Bouteflika, several wealthy businessmen have been held in custody for benefiting from government contracts through their links with senior Algerian officials.
27 May 2010The Security Council today voted to extend for one month the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI), and the French forces supporting it, while the 15-member body continues to consider possible revisions to the mission’s mandate. The Security Council today voted to extend for one month the United Nations Operation in Côte d’Ivoire (UNOCI), and the French forces supporting it, while the 15-member body continues to consider possible revisions to the mission’s mandate. The Council took this decision “considering the need to examine thoroughly” the recommendations for a revised mandate set out by Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon in his latest report, according to the unanimously adopted resolution.UNOCI was established in 2004 by the Council to facilitate the peace process in the West African nation, which became split by civil war in 2002 into a rebel-held north and Government-controlled south.The mission has been providing logistical and technical assistance for the preparations for the country’s presidential elections, which were supposed to have been held as far back as 2005 but have been repeatedly postponed, most recently from March.While preparations for the polls were on track up until late last year, they were interrupted in January. Political tensions began to mount after voter registration was suspended due to violence and President Laurent Gbagbo dissolved the Government and the Independent Electoral Commission (IEC) in February. A new Government and Electoral Commission have since been established, but the electoral process remains stalled as differences persist on how to tackle the issue of fraud and resume the interrupted appeals process on the provisional voters list.In his report, Mr. Ban recommended maintaining UNOCI until the end of the year – with the same current total strength of its military and police components – “in order to give Côte d’Ivoire a chance to walk the final mile to the elections with the full support of the United Nations.” He also recommended an adjustment of the mission’s mandate to allow it to focus on helping the parties to implement the remaining priority tasks in the peace process, including those related to elections, disarmament and all aspects of the reunification of the country.
Belarus and Sri Lanka have had talks on the devolopment of the legal framework for bilateral relations between both countries, the Belarus Foreign Ministry said.Belarus hosted the third round of political consultations between the Ministries of Foreign Affairs of Belarus and Sri Lanka yesterday (August 22). During the meeting the parties discussed the whole range of topical issues of bilateral relations such as regional cooperation, cooperation in the field of culture and the education, health, science and technology. Special attention was paid to the development of the legal framework of bilateral relations, as well as cooperation within international organizations. (Colombo Gazette) The Belarusian side was headed by Valentin Rybakov, Deputy Minister of Foreign Affairs of the Republic of Belarus. Sri Lankan delegation was headed by G. Asirvatham, Additional Secretary of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Sri Lanka.
Apple Inc. has confirmed its plans to buy Intel Corp.’s modem business for a reported US$1 billion.It’s a major move for Apple, which has been trying to sever its reliance on Qualcomm, its current provider for mobile modems, for nearly a decade.Apple’s senior vice-president of hardware technologies, Johny Srouji, confirmed the news July 25, and said the acquisition will “help expedite our development on future products and allow Apple to further differentiate moving forward.”Dimitri Mavrakis, the research director at tech market advisory firm ABI Research, said this will help Apple to differentiate itself from all the other companies scrambling to find their footing in the world of 5G.“Apple’s acquisition of Intel’s 5G modem business will not only allow the iPhone manufacturer to gain world-class expertise in cellular modems, which is one of the most challenging areas in R&D, but also allow it to strike better deals with other major 5G patent holders. Apple will also potentially be able to negotiate better terms with its current 5G suppliers as well as integrate parts of the 5G modem into its existing processors,” Mavrakis wrote in a statement. “It is important to note that by inheriting some of the key 5G patents developed by Intel, Apple will be able to differentiate its 5G offering in what will soon be a very highly competitive 5G landscape.”This acquisition does not mean that Intel is getting out of the modem business completely. The company has stated it will remain committed to developing modems for computers, IoT devices, and self-driving cars.“This agreement enables us to focus on developing technology for the 5G network while retaining critical intellectual property and modem technology that our team has created,” said Intel’s chief executive officer, Bob Swan.According to the press release, Apple will absorb about 2,200 employees from Intel.The deal is expected to close in Q4 of 2019, if approved by regulators. This section is powered by IT World Canada. ITWC covers the enterprise IT spectrum, providing news and information for IT professionals aiming to succeed in the Canadian market.
Ford, Renault and VW show hot hatches at SMMTSMMT will play host to three legendary hot hatch manufacturers as Ford, Renault and Volkswagen exhibit from 27 May to 5 July at the organisation’s Westminster showroom. The manufacturers will be showing the latest Ford Focus ST, Renault Clio Renaultsport 200 and Volkswagen Golf GTI.The history of the fast Ford is a long and rich one. It begins with the Lotus-engineered Cortina in 1963, which enjoyed success on track and in the showrooms, and the Escort Mexico in 1970, which celebrated Ford’s rallying success of the time. Later generation Escorts came to hot hatch fame in the 1980s and ‘90s in XR3 trim, while more recently, Ford’s best-selling Fiesta and Focus have received the hot hatch treatment, badged as STs.The Ford Focus ST on display at SMMT boasts a 247bhp 2.0-litre turbocharged engine, which propels it to 62mph in 6.5 seconds and on to 154mph. It also features variable ratio steering and three-stage ESP to tailor to the driver’s preference. Despite this, it still delivers respectable fuel consumption and emits 169g/km CO2.For more than 20 years the Clio name has been synonymous with exciting and affordable hot hatches. Starting with the Clio Williams in 1993 and followed by a number of Renaultsport models, the manufacturer’s B-segment hot hatch has historically used a 2.0-litre four-cylinder engine.The latest Clio Renaultsport shows a departure from previous models, featuring a turbocharged 1.6-litre engine and a twin-clutch gearbox. The smaller engine develops 200bhp, making this the most powerful Clio to date, while the quick-shifting gearbox helps it reach 62mph in just 6.7 seconds.Arguably the creator of the hot hatch segment, the Volkswagen Golf GTI has seen seven iterations since 1976. The current version continues the theme of the original, creating a perfect combination of performance, refinement and practicality.The Golf GTI’s power output has more than doubled since its launch, from the Mk1’s 110bhp to 230bhp in the current model. Similarly, fuel consumption has improved 70% in the last 38 years. Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief ExecutiveWhile we’ve avoided a ‘no deal’ Brexit on Friday, it is utterly unacceptable that, more than two years since negotiations started, industry still does not know what the UK’s relationship with the EU will be in the coming weeks and months. Uncertainty has already caused serious damage – car plants are on enforced shutdown, investment has been cut and jobs lost.This cannot go on. Government and Parliament must use this extension purposefully to take ‘no deal’ off the table for good, and guarantee a positive long-term resolution that delivers frictionless trade. If they fail, we face yet another devastating ‘no deal’ precipice on 31 October.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)
MIAMI BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Florida Gov. Rick Scott is expected to deliver some good news to Miami Beach residents about the Zika hot zone on Friday.It has been more than 45 days since a Zika transmission was reported in the South Beach area, and now the governor will reportedly speak at 10 a.m. on clearing the southern Zika hot zone of Miami Beach.Scott is set speak at The Betsy South Beach hotel to make the official announcement.Last Friday, he was in South Florida to give the all clear in the Little River area of Miami.The zone in Miami Beach is the last remaining hot spot in South Florida.“It’s great news, it’s great news for everybody ’cause I think pretty much Miami could be the first major community to ever contain this virus,” Miami Beach Mayor Philip Levine told 7News via phone, “and I think we did it together, all working together.”South Florida originally had two hot zones on in Miami: one in the Little River Area and the original hot zone in the Wynwood Arts District. Art Basel Miami Beach recently spurred a bounce back for businesses in Miami that experienced a decline in tourism because of Zika. The news of an “all-clear” is just what many of those businesses wanted to hear.“No one can win individually or lose. We all win or lose together, and I think it was a good demonstration of teamwork,” Levine said.Follow the governor’s address live on 7News and streaming live on WSVN.com.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Nalgonda: Komatireddy Pratheek Foundation has arranged eight barricades at the Mahatma Gandhi University for the safety of students, staff and visitors who come to the varsity every day.On Thursday, on the request of university authorities and the Police department, Bhongir MP Komatireddy has donated eight barricades which were handed over to the Police department by chief executive officer of the foundation MV Gona Reddy and Vamshi in the presence of the Registrar Professor M Yadagiri. Also Read – Hyderabad: Wall collapse in Kukatpally damages four cars Advertise With Us Speaking on the occasion, Gona Reddy informed that the Foundation has been taking up a lot of work on the premises of university such as constructing rainwater harvesting pits, cleaning the ground for plantation and developing greenery. Students, staff and the Registrar thanked the Foundation chairman Komatireddy Venkat Reddy for the help.
New Delhi: Defence Minister Rajnath Singh on Wednesday approved the relocation of 206 Army officers from here to their original field units as part of reorganization of the Army headquarters. The approval to relocate the officers, apart from the creation of a separate vigilance cell under the Chief of Army Staff (COAS), were among the decisions approved by Singh on the basis of an internal study conducted by the Army Headquarters. Also Read – Abrogation Of Article 370 Carried Out In Inhuman Way: Urmila Matondkar Advertise With Us Besides, a unit will be formed under the Vice Chief of Army Staff (VCOAS) to focus entirely on issues of human rights. The Army officers who will be relocated to their field units include three Major Generals, eight Brigadiers, nine Colonels and 186 Lt Colonels. The vigilance cell under the COAS will have tri-services representation. At present, the vigilance function for the COAS has multiple agencies and there is no single point interface. An independent vigilance cell will be made functional under COAS. Also Read – BJP launches anti-AAP campaign to save Delhi Advertise With Us The Additional Director General (Vigilance) will be placed directly under the COAS and the cell will have three officers not below the rank of a Colonel, drawn from each of the services. The cell to be formed under the VCOAS will focus on human rights convention and values. It will be headed by an officer not below the rank of Major General and will examine reports of human rights abuses. A police officer of the rank of Superintendent or Senior Superintendent will be deputed to this agency for investigative work.
Two killed and three others injured in a head-on collision between an ambulance and a truck in Bogura on Friday. Photo: Prothom AloTwo persons were killed and three others injured in a head-on collision between an ambulance and a truck on Dhaka-Bogura highway in Sherpur upazila on Friday, reports UNB.The identities of the deceased could not be ascertained immediately.Witnesses said the Naogaon-bound truck collided with the ambulance carrying the dead body of a person from Dhaka around 12:00pm, leaving two ambulance passengers dead on spot and three others injured.The bodies were sent to Shaheed Ziaur Rahman Medical College Hospital for autopsy, said Aziz Mandol, in-charge of the hospital’s police camp.
Map of NaogaonA couple and their daughter died mysteriously after they fell sick in Chakjodhuri village of Mohadebpur upazila in Naogaon on Saturday, reports UNB.The deceased are Arjun Kumar, 32, his wife Eti Rani, 24 and their daughter Ananya.Ashraful Islam, additional superintendent of police in Naogaon circle, said that three members of the family fell sick at night. Among them, Eti died early in the morning.Arjun and his daughter were taken to Naogaon 250-bed Hospital where Ananya died and Arjun died after he was taken to Rajshahi Medical College Hospital.Although it is not clear yet what caused their death police officials said they might have died of food poisoning.However, Monir Ali Akand, residential medical officer of Naogaon 250-bed Hospital, said that they might have committed suicide by taking poison.Meanwhile, local people said they fell sick after taking curd at night.
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Related posts:Dancer who lost a leg in Boston Marathon bombing finds solace in Costa Rican scuba diving Water concessions: A priority for use in Costa Rica Top medical experts say we should decriminalize all drugs and maybe go even further Tire mosquito trap could boost Zika control The dive boat pitched in the waves at the mouth of Culebra Bay off the coast of the luxurious Papagayo Peninsula in Guanacaste. Schools of rays jumped out of the water in the distance, flashing their white bellies in the hot sun, unfazed by the waves and wind that buffeted the red and white Buzos de Aventura dive boat on Jan. 25.Natalia Vindas’ smile hid behind a scuba mask and regulator as she floated in the choppy sea. Her legs rested near the surface as she and dive instructor Ernst van der Poll prepared to descend for one of her last skill dives. Vindas soon would become Costa Rica’s first certified disabled, van der Poll said.“We’re opening a big door so that people with reduced mobility problems can access the type of sports that normally aren’t for people in wheelchairs,” Vindas, 29, told The Tico Times, still in her black wetsuit after the dive.“I feel very proud to be the first Tica to break that paradigm and show people the only limits are the ones in your head,” she added. Natalia Vindas. Javier CastañedaOriginally from Heredia, north of San José, Vindas became a civil engineer and traded the green mountains of the Central Valley for the pampas of Guanacaste, where she worked as a highway engineer.One day in 2008, however, she lost control of her truck while not wearing a seatbelt on the job. The truck rolled and threw her from the vehicle, breaking her back.At 21, Vindas lost most of the mobility below her waist, and much of the self-reliance that she had come to enjoy living on her own. She needed help dressing, bathing and getting around as she adapted to life in a wheelchair.“That independence, that capacity to feel that I could do things for myself, that I could go where I wanted, that’s what I lost in the accident,” Vindas said. “That’s the part of diving I love, because it gives me back that independence. I feel so free, I forget about the wheelchair.”A little over a year ago, Vindas heard about adaptive diving, scuba diving specialized for people with disabilities, and met van der Poll, who was married to an old friend of Vindas from school. She went on her first dive in August 2013 with van der Poll and attended a Discover Scuba event at the Four Seasons Papagayo last September, the first of its kind in Costa Rica.Alonso Vindas, Natalia’s 20-year-old brother, took up scuba diving mostly as a way to help his sister at first. But he fell in love with the sport, too.“We both like the same things, we’ve always been partners in adventures,” said Alonso Vindas, who was also completing one of his last skill dives.The siblings teased each other on board the boat after Alonso’s shoulder-length hair caught in his mask. They commiserated on the less than ideal conditions on the water.“The sea was rougher, more turbulent, more difficult to descend,” Vindas observed. The strong currents clouded their visibility.Van der Poll said that Natalia Vindas took to diving naturally, quicker than many able-bodied divers he had taught.The dive master said that they had to develop hand signals for Natalia, since she uses her hands to propel herself underwater.“We’ve been teaching her to be autonomous,” van der Poll said, focusing on finding techniques so she can get her equipment on and off, use a weight belt and build strength.After her first dive six months ago, Vindas set out to become the first certified disabled diver in Costa Rica. Thanks to support from Buzos de Aventura diving company, the Professional Association of Diving Instructors, and the Four Seasons, she has been able to achieve her goal. Vindas said she hopes to become certified as a rescue diver too.“In the end that’s what it’s all about,” van der Poll said. “It’s about being inspired by something and then that inspiration follows through and gives purpose.”That new sense of purpose inspired Natalia Vindas to go back to school.She studies architecture, and plans to design buildings and public spaces that better accommodate people with disabilities.“I’m a very restless person. I like to do a lot of things,” she said. “When I do something, I feel like I need to achieve something else to feel like I’m always pushing myself.”That night, in the Four Seasons’ bar, Alonso Vindas leaned over the table to share more about his sister.“A lot of people talk about her like she’s an example. No, just put yourself in her position. [People with disabilities] have the capacity to do it, maybe in a different way, but they can do it,” he said. “I see her as a brave person. Someone who didn’t let the accident conquer her.” Facebook Comments
Comments Share Top Stories TUCSON, Ariz. (AP) – Nine activists arrested after attempting to cross the border from Mexico into the U.S. in protest of American immigration policy were released Wednesday from federal custody in southern Arizona.The National Immigrant Youth Alliance announced that the so-called “Dream 9” were freed from the Eloy Detention Center.They were arrested July 22 in Nogales, Ariz., as they tried to call attention to hundreds of thousands who have been deported during President Barack Obama’s administration. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Earlier this week, the Homeland Security Department tentatively approved asylum requests for the nine immigrants.DHS ruled the nine have a “credible fear” of being persecuted if they are sent back to Mexico.An immigration judge will have the final say on whether they can remain permanently in the U.S., but such a ruling could take years.According to the Executive Office for Immigration Review, the Justice Department agency that runs immigration courts, new cases for immigrants not being held in detention are being scheduled in Arizona for 2014.Meanwhile, the nine immigrants could be eligible for a work permit in the future.The nine spent part of their lives in the U.S. Some returned voluntarily to Mexico years ago, while others had been deported. Three of them were raised in the U.S. and left the country for Mexico expressly to participate in the protest when they attempted to cross the border in Nogales.The immigrants were pushing for legislation being considered in Congress to offer eventual citizenship to some immigrants brought illegally to the U.S. as children.House Republicans recently took a tentative step toward offering citizenship to some immigrants who fit into this category, but Democrats said it wasn’t enough. Four benefits of having a wireless security system The dismissive reaction to the Republican proposal underscored the difficulties of finding an immigration reform compromise in the Republican-led House.(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Sponsored Stories How men can have a healthy 2019 The difference between men and women when it comes to pain
Spanish aviation investors are negotiating over the future of Iberian low-budget airline Clickair, reports have claimed.The no-frills airline has refused to comment on rumours of a prospective merger, but airline information portal ATW Online has claimed that a deal could well be on the cards between Clickair and fellow Catalan low-cost firm Vueling Airlines.Air Nostrum has also been rumoured to factor in a deal, as reports converge to suggest that the Spanish low-cost industry is fighting to protect one of its key assets against competition from foreign industry leaders such as Ryanair and easyJet.Vueling’s largest invetor, Inversiones Hemisferio, claimed that it was in talks with various airlines, prompting reports of a Vueling-Clickair tie-up, but Air Nostrum is already a 20 per cent share-holder in Clickair, making it a likely partner.Clickair and other Spanish low-cost carriers have recently acknowledged the strains of tough competition in the sector.Spanish newspaper El Pais this week claimed that the airline was cutting costs by reducing as many as eight flight routes, with a merger or takeover deal now looking increasingly likely.ReturnOne wayMulti-cityFromAdd nearby airports ToAdd nearby airportsDepart14/08/2019Return21/08/2019Cabin Class & Travellers1 adult, EconomyDirect flights onlySearch flights Map RelatedClickair invites passengers to click twiceClickair has launched an online multi-reservation initiative in order to trump point-to-point booking systems.Clickair goes Galician from GatwickClickair has announced a new London Gatwick to Vigo route.Green Travel Hub ‘offsets’ flight bookingsRezhub.com has launched a new Green Travel Hub search facility.
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