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Solskjaer defends selections as perfect start comes to an end

first_imgOle Gunnar Solskjaer defended his team selection and believes Manchester United answered a question about their recent winning run by coming from behind to draw with Burnley.Solskjaer, who had won all eight of his matches as caretaker manager before Tuesday’s game at Old Trafford, was staring at his first defeat when Burnley reached the 87th minute with a 2-0 lead.However, a Paul Pogba penalty halved the deficit before Victor Lindelof struck in injury time to secure a dramatic point. Article continues below Editors’ Picks ‘There is no creativity’ – Can Solskjaer get Man Utd scoring freely again? ‘Everyone legged it on to the pitch!’ – How Foden went from Man City superfan to future superstar Emery out of jail – for now – as brilliant Pepe papers over Arsenal’s cracks What is Manchester United’s ownership situation and how would Kevin Glazer’s sale of shares affect the club? It was the first time United had fallen behind in a match under Solskjaer’s management, and the former striker was proud of the way his players responded to adversity in a largely poor display.”On the way up here, I was stopped so many times by the staff, so many people saying: ‘Great spirit, fighting spirit, and the way they came back was fantastic’,” he told a news conference.”So, of course, happy with a point, but we could have got three even at the end, but we just ran out of time. We started too late with the urgency. “That’s a learning curve, but now you’ve got your answer to ‘can they come back if they go one down or two down?’ Even so, I’m very happy with the response.”The full-time scenes after a dramatic finale at Old Trafford… #MUFC #MUNBUR pic.twitter.com/xvMtCqwYLL— Manchester United (@ManUtd) January 29, 2019Andreas Pereira, making his first Premier League start since August, lost possession in the build-up to Ashley Barnes’ opening goal and was replaced by Jesse Lingard after 63 minutes.The midfielder’s inclusion was the main surprise in an unusual Solskjaer team selection, with Juan Mata and Marcus Rashford starting in the wide positions and Romelu Lukaku alone up front.Solskjaer felt his hands were tied somewhat, with Anthony Martial unavailable due to a knock picked up in training, and he hopes Pereira will learn from his error.”No, it was the right decision to make,” he said of his line-up. “We had a couple of niggles and unfortunately he [Pereira] was involved in the first goal, but that’s the whole team.”We played our way into trouble there. Instead of starting off with the forward pass, we ended up back to the keeper, and it’s just another thing we have to learn from.” Check out Goal’s Premier League 2019-20 fantasy football podcast for game tips, debate and rivalries.last_img read more

Using LNG as Fuel Would Cut GHG Emissions by Up to 21

first_imgzoomIllustration, Image Courtesy: LNG Carriers/ Flickr-Kees Torn under CC BY-SA 2.0 license Using LNG as marine fuel would reduce the shipping industry’s greenhouse gas emissions by up to 21%, according to a study conducted by SEA\LNG and Society for Gas as a Marine Fuel Limited (SGMF).The percentage of GHG reduction is compared with current oil-based marine fuels over the entire life cycle from Well-to-Wake (WtW). The parties said that the benefit is highly dependent on the engine technology installed and, to a certain extent, on the type of reference fuel (distillate or residual).The study also confirms that emissions of other local pollutants, such as sulphur oxides (SOx), nitrogen oxides (NOx) and particulate matter (PM), are close to zero when using LNG compared with current conventional oil-based marine fuels.“The Life Cycle GHG Emission Study is a long-awaited piece of the ‘LNG as a marine fuel’ puzzle.  It not only confirms what we already knew in terms of LNG’s immediate impact on air quality, human health and its cleanliness, but clearly highlights the genuine, substantiated GHG benefits of using today’s marine engines capable of burning natural gas,” Peter Keller, SEA\LNG Chairman, said.A large number of SEA\LNG and SGMF member companies submitted up-to-date, technical data providing the basis for a complete and accurate life cycle analysis of the GHG intensity expressed in terms of CO2-equivalents.On an engine technology basis, the study showed that absolute WtW emissions reduction benefits for LNG-fuelled engines compared with HF-fuelled ships today are between 14% to 21% for 2-stroke slow speed engines and between 7% to 15% for 4-stroke medium speed engines. 72% of the marine fuel consumed today is by 2-stroke engines with a further 18% used by 4-stroke medium speed engines.Infographic Courtesy: SGMFThe study showed that LNG provides a significant advantage in terms of improving air quality which is particularly important in ports and coastal areas. Beyond the benefits associated with reducing air pollutants, the parties noted that LNG is a viable solution to reduce GHG emissions from international shipping and to contribute to the International Maritime Organization (IMO) GHG reduction targets.Ongoing optimisation in supply chain and engine technology developments will further enhance the benefits of LNG as a marine fuel, the parties noted. Additionally, bioLNG and Synthetic LNG, both fully interchangeable with LNG derived from fossil feedstock, offer the potential for significant additional GHG emissions reductions. For example, a blend of 20% bioLNG as a drop-in fuel can reduce GHG emissions by a further 13% when compared to 100% fossil fuel LNG.The international shipping industry is under pressure to cut emissions on the back of the IMO’s ambition to reduce the GHG emissions from international shipping by at least 50% by 2050 compared with 2008. More stringent air quality regulations, such as the IMO 2020 global sulphur cap, are also approaching. In the light of the IMO 2020 global sulphur cap, conventional oil-based residual marine fuels will need to either change in their specification or be replaced by alternative fuels like LNG, the parties concluded.last_img read more

Atlantic Provinces Launch Health Education and Training Study

first_imgHEALTH–Atlantic Provinces Launch Health Education and TrainingStudy A new study will examine how many doctors, nurses, labtechnicians and other health-care professionals will be required,and the training needed to support them, in the four Atlanticprovinces. The study has been commissioned by the Atlantic Health HumanResources Association on behalf of Atlantic Ministers responsiblefor Health and Post-Secondary Education. “A region-wide examination into the training and future labourneeds of our health-care sector will provide a valuable additionto the work we’ve been doing here at home,” said Nova ScotiaHealth Minister Angus MacIsaac. “With good information andcollaboration among the provinces, we can develop and use betterstrategies to maintain a skilled, educated and adaptive health-care workforce, which will benefit all Atlantic Canadians.” The $1.2 million study, to be conducted by Med-EmergInternational Inc., will be funded through labour marketdevelopment agreements between each of the four provincialgovernments and Human Resources and Skills Development Canada. “We are pleased to announce $865,820 in federal funding to enablethe Atlantic Health Human Resources Association to assess thecurrent labour market and identify human resource requirementsfor occupations in the health-care sector across the Atlanticprovinces,” said Geoff Regan, Minister of Fisheries and Oceans,on behalf of Joe Volpe, Minister of Human Resources and SkillsDevelopment. “The collaborative efforts of provincial and federaldepartments and health-care providers across all four Atlanticprovinces will help to maximize results and ensure that labourmarket and human resource issues in the health-care sector areaddressed collectively.” The one-year study builds on work previously done by eachAtlantic province to determine health human resource needs. Basedon this earlier work, a profile of regional requirements formajor health occupations, now and in the future, will bedeveloped. Also, a re-usable, scenario-based education andtraining planning tool will be used to assist the four provincesin determining what type and how many education and trainingprograms will be needed to meet future demand for healthoccupations in the region. “This project will help us better predict Atlantic Canada’sfuture health education and training needs, so that we canprepare the right number and mix of health professionals,” saidGlenn Davis, the project co-ordinator for the Atlantic HealthHuman Resources Association. “It is an honour to be a part ofthis project and to work on behalf of the four Atlanticgovernments with a company with the depth of experience andexpertise demonstrated by Med-Emerg.” Med-Emerg International Inc. was the successful vendor resultingfrom a public tendering process. The company specializes in theco-ordination and delivery of emergency and primary health carerelated services in Canada. These services include physician andnurse staffing and recruitment, clinical management services, thedevelopment and management of urgent care centres, a nationaldrug infusion program, and national and international health-careadvisory and consulting services. The Atlantic Health Human Resources Association is a non-profitorganization incorporated on behalf of Atlantic provincialgovernments. Its mandate is to create a regional planningframework for the improved management of health education andtraining programs.last_img read more

Arab Public Figures Comment on Donald Trumps Win

Rabat – Numerous public figures throughout the Arab world have expressed their shock at the polling results that saw Republican Donald Trump elected as America’s 45th president. While the Arab World generally did not see Hillary Clinton as an American president that would help solving the issues in the Middle East, particularly in view of her deep connections with Israel, Hillary was regarded as the lesser of two evils owing to the rampant bigotry that marked Trump’s electoral campaign.Since then a number of Arab intellectuals and public figures have come out with statements on social media. In a tweet shortly after the results were announced, business magnet and investor, Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal of Saudi Arabia, congratulated Trump for being democratically elected by Americans:“President elect Donald Trump whatever our past differences, America has spoken, congratulations & best wishes for your presidency,” stated Al-Waleed bin Talal.This statement follows the fiery exchange between the two in November of 2015, when the Saudi Prince stated that Trump “was not only disgrace for the GOP but all of America” and asked Trump to withdraw from the election because he “will never win.” Trump tweeted the following in response:“Dopey Prince Al-Waleed bin Talal wants to control our U.S. politicians with daddy’s money. Can’t do it when I get elected”Prominent Syrian media figure Faisal Al-Kassim, chose sarcasm to express his view on his Facebook fan page, “They say that America’s new President Donald Trump is crazy. He’s crazy and made a wealth of billions of dollars. I hope I had 5 percent of his craziness.”Famous Egyptian Al Jazeera anchor, Ahmed Mansour, issued a number of posts following the election results. In one of these posts he stated:“After someone like Abdel Fattah el-Sisi came to power, why do you marvel at Trump becoming president? This is an era of crazy, mad and heretic rulers.”On a sharper note, Palestinian public intellectual and political philosopher, Azmi Bishara, chose to criticize the Arab world for considering the poll results decisive for its fate:“Whoever does not serve his own interests no one will help him, not the results of the American elections nor other results. No American election results can be in favor of this nation.”The Kuwaiti writer, historian, businessman and Muslim scholar, Tareq Al-Suwaidan, predicteded that Trump would “destroy America, destroy the Republican Party, Destroy America’s relations with Arab World, Destroy America’s international relations, and Arabs will withdraw their money from the US.”Renowned Egyptian-Swiss Academician and philosopher, Tariq Ramadan, commented on Trump’s election campaign and took to Facebook prior to the results:“Eventually the winner of the US election is the word ‘dirty.’ Dirty campaigns, dirty words, dirty slogans, dirty politics, dirty calculations. Whatever the result, the future does not seem so clean and bright. Sad times, bad times… dirty times”Abdel Bari Atwan, eminent public figure and the editor-in-chief of the London-based digital news and opinion website, Rai al-Youm, stated in an article he published earlier Wednesday that Trump’s win is a punch in the face of “the US ruling establishment and its favorite and pampered representative Hilary Clinton.”Atwan added that Trump also defeated the American “mighty media empires and practically proved the falsity and lack of credibility of the opinion polls.”Edited by Connie Guindon read more

Burundi SecretaryGeneral welcomes arrival of rebel group for peace talks

16 May 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has welcomed today’s arrival in Burundi’s capital of a delegation from the Palipehutu-FNL, the rebel group involved in deadly fighting with Government forces in recent weeks, for a resumption of peace talks. In a statement issued by his spokesperson, Mr. Ban strongly urged the delegation from the Palipehutu-FNL “to engage in good faith” in the Joint Verification and Monitoring Mechanism and Political Directorate, the latest phase of the Burundi peace process, which is being held in Bujumbura. “The Secretary-General remains deeply concerned by the ongoing fighting and the suffering it has inflicted on the population,” the statement noted. “He calls on the Government and the Palipehutu-FNL to immediately cease military action and to take measures to build confidence in, and support, the peace process.” Dozens of people have died over the past month in clashes in and around Bujumbura, despite a ceasefire in 2006 between the Government and the Palipehutu-FNL, the last major rebel hold-outs after the end of the brutal civil war between the Hutu majority and the Tutsi minority. Mr. Ban thanked the leaders of the Regional Peace Initiative for Burundi and the South African Facilitation for their efforts to promote dialogue in the small African country. read more

Optimistic US consumers boost spending 06 in July

WASHINGTON — U.S. consumer spending grew 0.6% in July, a healthy gain that suggests American shoppers are driving the economy forward.The Commerce Department also said Friday that personal incomes rose just 0.1%, the smallest gain in 10 months. With spending ahead of incomes, the savings rate fell to 7.7%, the lowest since last November, but still a solid figure by historic standards.With trade war tensions discouraging business investment and cutting into exports, consumers are increasingly important to the U.S. economy. Household spending was the principal driver of growth in the April-June quarter, when it increased by the most in five years.An inflation measure in the report increased 0.2% in July and 1.4% from a year earlier, evidence that inflation remains mild. Excluding food and energy, core prices rose 0.2% in July and 1.6% from a year ago.The anemic income increase follows a string of healthy gains this year that have helped fuel Americans’ ability to spend. In July, wages and salaries grew more slowly than in recent months and income from interest payments fell sharply. Wages and salaries paid by manufacturing firms also dropped.The inflation figures fell short of the Federal Reserve’s 2% target, as they have nearly continuously since the Fed set its target in 2012. The Fed targets a modest amount of inflation as a cushion against deflation, a destabilizing drop in prices and incomes.Federal Reserve Chairman Jerome Powell has cited low inflation as one reason the central bank cut short-term interest rates at its meeting last month. Most economists forecast additional rate cuts this year.Consumers are keeping the economy afloat but growth has still slowed this year, to a 2% annual pace in the second quarter from 3.1% in the first three months of the year.Christopher Rugaber, The Associated Press read more

Instagram taking over from TripAdvisor for restaurant reviews as people trust pictures

“But the most helpful thing for me is to look it up on Instagram – I do it all the time. It’s a visual thing so you know what you’re getting.” “Clerkenwell Boy”, an anonymous food reviewer with over 180,000 followers, mainly posts his food reviews on Instagram.He said he uses TripAdvisor “to sort by worst reviews to see what’s the worst that could happen” but thinks Instagram is “a great way to get a sense of the vibe of a place and most popular dishes to order. It also has the advantage of being really up to date.” Instagram is superceding TripAdvisor as a source of restaurant reviews because customers prefer looking at pictures to reading text, chefs and influencers have said.Many say they do not trust the restaurant reviewing website because of worries about the prominence of fake reviews – and they would rather see inside the restaurant with their own eyes.Prominent Instagrammer Felicity Spector, who has over 60,000 followers on the platform, says she uses the “geotag” function, which lets users look at all posts tagged in the restaurant.She told The Telegraph: “I use geotagging all the time, it’s one of those thing where you look at somewhere and can’t tell what the food is then it’s really helpful.–– ADVERTISEMENT ––”It either raises your expectations or you know not to bother, I am someone who wants to know what they’re going to get.”I never look at TripAdvisor, I wouldn’t even bother. It’s just not very helpful is it – they’re really badly written, they don’t say anything that’s helpful. It’s often about their journey time or something. I look at blogs and reviews by people I have heard of and respect their opinions. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. A spokesperson for TripAdvisor commented; ““Comparing Instagram to TripAdvisor is like comparing apples to oranges. Millennials aren’t using Instagram in the same way or for the same purpose as they use TripAdvisor, and often they are using both.”When someone looking for a restaurant comes to TripAdvisor, they are typically at the point where they are ready to make a final decision on where to eat, and that’s because we offer a lot more tools that help millennials find the perfect restaurant than apps like Instagram.”The continued growth in our traffic – now at 456 million unique users per month – bears that out. In fact, more than half of TripAdvisor’s traffic now comes from smartphones, which actually skews to a younger and more millennial audience.” Alex Head, Founder of Social Pantry and the recently opened Soane’s Kitchen at Pitzhanger Manor & Gallery agreed, saying: “I can’t remember the last time I turned to TripAdvisor for advice, it’s just not on my radar these days.”Instagram is without a doubt my go-to platform for inspiration. The peer-to-peer recommendations shared by friends and influencers is an instant motivator for making me visit a restaurant. It provides an honest overview that I can access via an app I use daily.”Some say that while TripAdvisor shows users the most popular restaurants in an area, Instagram can help you get off the beaten track.Ollie Templeton, Head Chef & Co-Founder of Carousel explained: “Instagram is a pretty useful tool to find places to eat, I recently used Geo Tags to find the best little outside restaurant in Palermo which I wouldn’t have been able to find using TripAdvisor.”I think as you decide who to follow you organically find new interesting places, or old gems in small towns somewhere in the world because someone you follow has been there.” read more

Tenova TAKRAF adds Magaldi Superbelt to its specialised handling range

first_imgTenova TAKRAF Africa, the open pit mining and materials handling specialist, has further developed its range of specialised handling equipment with the addition of the Magaldi Superbelt® technology from Magaldi, of Italy, a global supplier of industrial systems and plants for bulk material handling at high temperatures.The Magaldi and Tenova TAKRAF Africa offer both companies new market opportunities. As the Magaldi Superbelt can withstand higher temperatures than any other technologies available, it is an ideal fit with Tenova TAKRAF Africa’s existing equipment range, allowing it to expand into hot bulk materials handling.  For Magaldi, Tenova TAKRAF Africa offers access to the market in South Africa, through its reputation as a leader in the supply of niche technologies for specialised handling.Previously known as Bateman Engineered Technologies prior to the Tenova acquisition, Tenova TAKRAF Africa has worked on a rnage of specialised handling equipment in the Southern African mining sector, including en masse chain conveyors and elevators, as well as pipe, pneumatic and vacuum conveyors.High-temperature and impact resistant, the Magaldi Superbelt is especially suited to applications in foundries, steel plants, mineral processing and powerplants. It is made up of a steel mesh belt, which carries partially overlappingsteel pans to form a virtually sealed belt conveyor. The patented method of connecting the pans to the belt leaves all components free to expand in any direction, without permanent deformation. This technology also offers numerous environmental advantages, including low noise levels and power usage, enclosed conveying to prevent dust emissions and spillage, as well as conveying up to 35 degrees inclination. The technology has a long life as there is no relative movement between the belt and handled material.The Magaldi Superbelt technology is applied in different configurations over a broad range of high-temperature material handling applications. For example, the Magaldi Ecobelt is the ideal conveyor for handling hot materials, aggressive chemicals and heavy or sharp products. The Magaldi Superbelt HD conveyor is suitable for the heaviest applications, such as the transportation of steel scraps.Magaldi technologies have also been used in the safe handling and transportation of raw materials and ash produced by coal firedpower plants, thereby assisting energy utilities to reduce the polluting load from power generation.  For example, the Mac Magaldi Ash Cooler is a uniquesystem for “dry” extraction, air cooling and mechanical handling of bottom ash from pulverised coal-fired boilers, of any size and burning any kind of solid fuel.last_img read more

Bogdan Wenta chooses 16 Polish for the EHF EURO 2012

← Previous Story EHF EURO 2012 Prediction: “A time for….FRANCE” Next Story → Snorri Gudjohnsson to miss the EURO 2012 ?! Bogdan Wenta made his choice for the team’s squad at the EHF EURO 2012. Szmal, Roszinski, Lijewski and Tomczak are missing from the squad, and the absences are to be felt for sure. Poland plays Serbia on Sunday at 18:15.Goalkeepers:Marcin Wichary (Orlen Wisła Płock)Piotr Wyszomirski (Azoty Puławy)Wings:Tomasz Tłuczyński (TuS Nettelstedt Lübbecke)Adam Wiśniewski (Orlen Wisła Płock)Patryk Kuchczyński (Vive Targi Kielce)Robert Orzechowski (MMTS Kwidzyn)Backs:Bartłomiej Jaszka (Füchse Berlin)Grzegorz Tkaczyk (Vive Targi Kielce)Michał Jurecki (Vive Targi Kielce)Mariusz Jurkiewicz (Atletico Madryt)Karol Bielecki (Rhein-Neckar Löwen)Mateusz Zaremba (Vive Targi Kielce)Krzysztof Lijewski (Rhein-Neckar Löwen)Pivots:Bartosz Jurecki (SC Magdeburg)Zbigniew Kwiatkowski (Orlen Wisła Płock)Kamil Syprzak (Orlen Wisła Płock) read more

A flexible extension EUs Tusk proposes long Brexit delay but not more

first_img Tuesday 9 Apr 2019, 8:38 PM By Hayley Halpin 42 Comments Apr 9th 2019, 8:38 PM ‘A flexible extension’: EU’s Tusk proposes long Brexit delay but not more than a year Prime Minister Theresa May met with German Chancellor Merkel and French President Macron today. European Council President Donald Tusk EU COUNCIL PRESIDENT Donald Tusk has urged the bloc’s leaders to allow Britain to delay Brexit for up to a year. The bloc agreed last month to postpone Brexit day, originally set for 29 March, and set 12 April as the new deadline under certain conditions.Britain has until Friday to approve the existing withdrawal agreement, to change course and seek a further delay to Brexit, or to crash out of the EU without an agreement.May has asked the remaining EU countries for another postponement that would extend to 30 June, hoping to secure an alternative deal from the opposition negotiations and Parliament in a matter of weeks.Other European leaders are expected to respond to the delay request during Wednesday’s summit in Brussels. May will head to the EU summit on Wednesday seeking to secure the Brexit extension until 30 June.‘Flextension’Speaking of the 30 June date, Tusk has said the evidence of recent months gave “little reason to believe” divided British lawmakers would ratify a divorce deal by then. “This is why I believe we should also discuss an alternative, longer extension,” Tusk wrote in a letter inviting EU leaders to Wednesday’s Brexit summit.  Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article One possibility would be a flexible extension, which would last only as long as necessary and no longer than one year, as beyond that date we will need to decide unanimously on some key European projects.Under this so-called “flextension” arrangement, Britain could leave the EU as soon as parliament ratified the withdrawal agreement.“Importantly, a long extension would provide more certainty and predictability by removing the threat of constantly shifting cliff-edge dates,” Tusk wrote.Furthermore, in the event of a continued stalemate, such a longer extension would allow the UK to rethink its Brexit strategy.Berlin and ParisToday, May made a trip to Berlin and Paris to speak with German Chancellor Angela Merkel and French President Emmanuel Macron about allowing her more time to get her divorce deal approved. During her meetings with both Merkel and Macron, leaders discussed the request for an Article 50 extension.  Prime Minister Theresa May with French President Emmanuel Macron ahead of Brexit talks on Wednesday Source: Stefan Rousseau via PA ImagesSpeaking of the meeting with Merkel, a Downing Street spokesperson said: “The Prime Minister outlined the steps the government is taking to bring the Brexit process to a successful conclusion, and updated Chancellor Merkel on the ongoing discussions with the opposition.”May also updated Macron on ongoing talks with the opposition Labour party.The UK government today acknowledged that it will not have secured a Brexit compromise with the Labour party before Wednesday’s summit. Senior ministers met with top figures in Jeremy Corbyn’s party today.“We have had further productive and wide-ranging talks this afternoon, and the parties have agreed to meet again on Thursday once European Council has concluded,” a spokesman said.“We remain completely committed to delivering on Brexit, with both sides working hard to agreeing a way forward, appreciating the urgency in order to avoid European elections,” they said.With reporting by © – AFP 2019center_img 11,955 Views Image: Xinhua News Agency/PA Images Share180 Tweet Email https://jrnl.ie/4584323 Short URL European Council President Donald Tusk Image: Xinhua News Agency/PA Images As the clock ticks down, get all the best Brexit news and analysis in your inbox:last_img read more

Frank Body cofounders win Veuve Clicquot New Generation Award for Australian businesswomen

first_imgJess Hatzis and Bree Johnson, co-founders of coffee-based skincare brand Frank Body and creators of advertising agency Willow and Blake, have been awarded the 2017 Veuve Clicquot New Generation Award in recognition of their vision as Australian businesswomen.Frank Body recorded revenue of $14 million in the 2014-15 financial year while the girls had stated that their revenue was about to increase twofold for the followingyear. Their other venture, design and editorial agency Willow & Blake has since absorbed some energy as they decided to push it more towards a “general artistic direction” on projects.The award honours the contributions of businesswomen under 40 and alongside the winning duo, were shortlisted celebrities like Canva co-founder Melanie Perkins and creator Alyce Tran, as well as technology, design and consumer goods leading creatives. Hatzis and Johnson both stated that “female entrepreneur” has become an outdated phrase as women are equally capable to build successful businesses. “I think it’s about celebrating women’s success while not segregating women. We look forward to seeing a day where we’re not ‘female entrepreneurs’,” Johnson told SmartCompany.“We’ve been really lucky because we’ve been recognised for the hard work that we’ve done.”“When we started Frank it was always considered a side project, but you find yourselves in these positions sometimes,” says Hatzis.“There were a number of reasons: for Bree and I, we were looking for the creative challenge of owning the project from start to finish. Our co-founders were really interested in the product side of things, and it all came together. At Frank, we’re lucky to essentially be running a full service agency.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Levein urges Celtic and Rangers to pay for VAR

first_imgHearts manager Craig Levein has called for the introduction of video-assisted referees (VAR) in Scottish football and suggested Celtic and Rangers could pay for it.Levein has furiously criticized Scottish referees as his side has paid dearly for two wrongful decisions just in the past week.The latest was a controversial late penalty for St Johnstone in midweek, as Hearts had to settle for a point in a 2-2 draw.The Scottish Professional Football League ran an estimate for the cost of VAR, and it would cost £1m per season, and Levein believes Celtic and Rangers can pay for it as they earn money from playing in Europe this season.“I read recently that Ajax gave up their European money to take up the plastic pitches and put down grass pitches for the rest of the clubs in the league,” Levein told Sky Sports.Mikey Johnston, CelticJohnston 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.“Maybe the Old Firm would give up their European money to put VAR in for everybody.“Unless we find somebody. Somebody bought Hampden so maybe somebody could put the money in to bring VAR in. It would certainly help referees.“VAR for me is the answer to the problem. As it is just now you just get one shot at it. It happens in rugby and it seems to be quite popular, there are less mistakes.“I think it’s a good idea, it’s just where we are going to find the money for it.”last_img read more

Hajj agencies spurn punishment

first_imgHajj pilgrims at the airport. Photo: Prothom AloDespite facing penalty over the past two years for various irregularities, a total of 26 hajj agencies have created a crisis for around 4,000 intended hajj pilgrims this year again.The pilgrimage of over 4,000 Bangladeshis still remains uncertain as their hajj agencies are yet to apply for visas and rent houses in time for the pilgrims.Biman and Saudi Airlines started carrying pilgrims from 24 July.So far, a total of 33 hajj flights have been cancelled due to the shortage of pilgrims.According to religious affairs ministry officials, a total of 91 hajj agencies compounded the crisis as they failed to complete visa procedures and rent houses in due time.Hajj Agencies Association of Bangladesh (HAAB) secretary general Shahadat Hossain told Prothom Alo that only a few agencies are involved with irregularities and mismanagement.The same dubious persons take licences in different names, he added.Shahadat also said that these people should be identified and measures have to be taken so that they can never get licences.On 10 August, the religious affairs ministry served 377 hajj operators including the 91 with show cause notices for irregularities.The religious affairs ministry penalised a total of 26 hajj agencies – 13 in 2015 and another 13 in 2016 – on charges of irregularities and mismanagement.In this context, former HAAB chairman Mohammad Ibrahim told Prothom Alo, “Pilgrims suffer every year due to some agencies. The ministry fines the agencies after hajj, but the agencies don’t care about the punishment as the fine is too scanty.”In 2016, the religious affairs ministry fined 84 hajj agencies for different anomalies, deception, and mismanagement. Among the agencies, Gulf Travels was fined Tk 5,00,000 and Gaus Pak Tours and Travels Tk 4,00,000.Al Aqsa Travels, Gausia Travels and Tours, Abrar Tours and Travels, Mozaddia Hajj Travels and Tours, SM Travels International were fined Tk 2,00,000 each.Salamat Hajj Travels and Tours, Solaiman Travels and Tours, SN Travels and Tours, Noorani Tours and Travels, Zanurain Travels were fined Tk 1,00,000 each.Managing director of Gulf Travels, Mohammad Shah Alam, claimed that their 213 passengers will fly for Saudi Arabia in a day or two.However 190 pilgrims of Gulf Travels, of the 213 with visas, could not yet fly for Makkah.“How can I send pilgrims before the date I rented houses for the pilgrims?” said Mohammad Mohiuddin, owner of Gausia Travels and Tours.Jont secretary of the religious affairs ministry Mohammed Hafiz Uddin told Prothom Alo, if any agency penalised in the past is involved in irregularities this time two, their licences will be revoked.*The article originally published in Prothom Alo print edition is rewritten in English by Imam Hossainlast_img read more

Pakistan market bomb attack kills at least 31

first_imgLocation of Peshawar, Pakistan. Photo: Screenshot taken from Google MapAt least 31 people were killed and 50 wounded when a bomb hidden in a carton of vegetables ripped through a crowded marketplace in Pakistan’s restive northwestern tribal region Friday, officials said.The attack took place during the regular Friday bazaar in Kalaya, a town in a Shiite-dominated area of Orakzai tribal district, senior local official Khalid Iqbal told AFP.”According to our initial investigation, it was an improvised explosive device hidden in a carton of vegetables,” he said.Another senior official, Ameen Ullah, said 31 people had been killed, including 22 Shiites.More than 50 people were wounded, with 17 of them in critical condition, he said. Tribal police confirmed the toll.Orakzai is one of seven restive semi-autonomous tribal regions on the Afghan border, an area that has long been a focal point in the global war on terror and was famously described by Barack Obama as “the most dangerous place in the world”.Washington has insisted that the mountainous region provides safe havens to militants including the Afghan Taliban and Al Qaeda — an allegation that Islamabad denies.Pakistan, which joined the US war on terror in 2001, says it has paid the price for the alliance.It has been battling Islamist groups in the tribal belt since 2004, after its army entered the region to search for Al-Qaeda fighters who had fled across the border following the US-led invasion of Afghanistan.Multiple bloody military operations have been carried out in the area, officially known as the Federally Administered Tribal Areas (FATA) and home to around five million ethnic Pashtuns.Security has improved in the region in recent years, though lower-level attacks are still carried out with devastating regularity, often targeting Shiites in the area.But it remains notorious for the availability of cheap guns and smuggled goods, along with narcotics including hashish and opium grown in both the FATA and neighbouring Afghanistan.Residents also complain of undue harassment by security forces, citing disappearances and extrajudicial killings.Earlier this year Pakistan passed legislation which paves the way for the tribal areas to be merged into neighbouring Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, bringing them into the political mainstream.The move will impose the Pakistani judicial system on a region still loosely governed by British colonial-era laws and the tribal system of honour, which has always existed on the fringes of the state.last_img read more

US Says Some Remains Of Sailors Found On USS John McCain

first_imgAPCommander of the U.S. Pacific Fleet, Scott Swift answers questions during a press conference with the USS John S. McCain and USS America docked in the background at Singapore’s Changi naval base on Tuesday, Aug. 22, 2017, in Singapore. The focus of the search for 10 U.S. sailors missing after a collision between the USS John S. McCain and an oil tanker in Southeast Asian waters shifted Tuesday to the damaged destroyer’s flooded compartments. (AP Photo/Wong Maye-E)Navy divers searching a flooded compartment of the USS John S. McCain found remains of some of the 10 sailors missing in a collision between the warship and an oil tanker, the U.S. Pacific Fleet commander said Tuesday as he promised a full investigation.Adm. Scott Swift also said at a news conference in Singapore, where the McCain is now docked, that Malaysian officials had found one body, but it had yet to be identified and it was unknown whether it was a crew member.The collision before dawn on Monday near Singapore tore a gaping hole in the McCain’s left rear hull and flooded adjacent compartments including crew berths and machinery and communication rooms. Five sailors were injured.“The divers were able to locate some remains in those sealed compartments during their search today,” Swift said, adding that it was “premature to say how many and what the status of recovery of those bodies is.”“We will continue the search and rescue operations until the probability of discovering sailors is exhausted,” Swift said.He would not say where in the destroyer the bodies were found.It was the second major collision in two months involving the Pacific-based 7th Fleet, and the Navy has ordered a broad investigation into its performance and readiness. Seven sailors died in June when the USS Fitzgerald and a container ship collided in waters off Japan. There were two lesser-known incidents in the first half of the year. In January, the USS Antietam guided missile cruiser ran aground near Yokosuka base, the home port of the 7th Fleet, and in May another cruiser, the USS Lake Champlain from the Navy’s 3rd Fleet, had a minor collision with a South Korean fishing boat.“While each of these four incidents is unique, they cannot be viewed in isolation,” Swift said.He said the Navy would conduct an investigation “to find out if there is a common cause … and if so, how do we solve that.”He said he had heard some reports speculating that the Navy could have been a victim of a cyberattack. “We’ve seen no indications of that as yet, but … we are not taking any consideration off the table,” he said.Earlier Tuesday, the 7th Fleet said the sea search by aircraft and ships from the U.S., Singapore and Malaysian navies would continue east of Singapore where the McCain and the tanker collided.Megan Partlow of Ohio, who said her fiance was on board the McCain, told The Associated Press in a Facebook message that they last communicated on Sunday and she was losing hope of seeing him again.“My last text to him was ‘be safe,’ which is the same way we end every conversation. I’m just ready for answers,” she said. The identities of the missing have not been disclosed but Partlow said her fiance’s parents were in touch with the Navy’s family assistance center.Navy Adm. John Richardson, the chief of naval operations, on Monday ordered a pause in 7th Fleet operations for the next few days to allow commanders to get together with leaders, sailors and command officials and identify any immediate steps that need to be taken to ensure safety.A broader U.S. Navy review will look at the 7th Fleet’s performance, including personnel, navigation capabilities, maintenance, equipment, surface warfare training, munitions, certifications and how sailors move through their careers. Richardson said the review will be conducted with the help of the Navy’s office of the inspector general, the safety center and private companies that make equipment used by sailors.“Make no mistake,” Swift said Tuesday, “our sailors on these ships are doing critical work at sea. And for more than 70 years, the U.S. Navy has helped guarantee the security and stability of the western Pacific. … We owe it to the sailors that man the 7th Fleet and their families to answer the questions that flow from the uncertainty of what happened, how could it happen, and what can be done to prevent such occurrences in the future.”Swift also lauded the crew for righting the listing ship quickly as they tended to the injured. He said sailors set up watertight boundaries and shored up the ship’s internal structure, and were able to begin evacuating sailors by helicopter within an hour or two of the collision.He said it was “quite extraordinary” for the McCain to be “up and running as an operational ship almost immediately after the collision.”The McCain had been heading to Singapore on a routine port visit after conducting a sensitive freedom-of-navigation operation last week by sailing near one of China’s man-made islands in the South China Sea.China, Washington’s main rival for influence in the Asia-Pacific, seized on the McCain collision to accuse the Navy of endangering maritime navigation in the region. This year’s string of accidents shows the U.S. Navy “is becoming a dangerous obstacle in Asian waters,” the official China Daily newspaper said in its online edition.The McCain and the Alnic MC oil tanker collided about 4.5 nautical miles (8.3 kilometers) from Malaysia’s coast at the start of a designated sea lane for ships sailing into the busy Singapore Strait.There was no immediate explanation for the collision. Singapore, at the southern tip of the Malay Peninsula, is one of the world’s busiest ports and a U.S. ally, with its naval base regularly visited by American warships.The Singapore government said no crew were injured on the Liberian-flagged Alnic, which sustained damage to a compartment at the starboard, or right, side at the front of the ship some 7 meters (23 feet) above its waterline. The ship had a partial load of fuel oil, according to the Greek owner of the tanker, Stealth Maritime Corp. S.A., but no apparent spill.Several safety violations were recorded for the oil tanker at its last port inspection in July, one fire safety deficiency and two safety-of-navigation problems. The official database for ports in Asia doesn’t go into details and the problems apparently were not serious enough for the tanker to be detained. Sharelast_img read more

Liquor Stores Struggle In Aftermath of Riots

first_img(Screenshot from a YouTube video)The long-faded sign proclaimed the store’s fares—liquor and lottery. On April 27, however, the establishment on the corner of North and N. Fulton avenues resembled an ants’ nest—looters swarming in and out of the dark, yawning opening, toting pilfered goods away.Hours later—after the burial of Freddie Gray, the 25-year-old Sandtown-Winchester man who died from injuries sustained while in police custody—the nameless liquor store was ablaze, becoming one of the iconic images of the civil unrest in Baltimore.Weeks later, Charm City is in rehab. But recovery for that unnamed liquor store and about 22 others—unlike the remainder of the nearly 400 businesses, including 17 other liquor stores, damaged in the uprising—will be much harder. Last month, Baltimore Mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake announced those 23 liquor stores are ineligible for no-interest loans available to damaged businesses because they “nonconforming,” that is, they are not in line with a zoning ban on the sale of alcohol in residential areas.“I have a great amount of sympathy for those stores that have been damaged, and we want them to rebuild; we want them to reopen,” Rawlings-Blake said in making the announcement. “But with all the grants and the loan programs that we have available we have a unique opportunity for these nonconforming liquor stores to convert into uses that can uplift our community.”At the basis of the mayor’s decision are ongoing efforts to retool Baltimore’s zoning laws.According to Laurie Feinberg, of the Department of Planning, the city’s first zoning ordinance was approved in 1923 and zoning laws were last updated in 1971. Though the zoning changes banned alcohol sales in residential neighborhoods, preventing new takeaway liquor establishments from being built, existing liquor stores were “grandfathered” in, or allowed to continue their operations.There are about 100 such nonconforming liquor stores peppered across Baltimore, officials said, though they tend to be concentrated in certain neighborhoods.“We have an overpopulation of liquor stores in predominantly low-income communities in Baltimore,” said Kevin Harris, a spokesman for the Mayor’s Office. “Anybody that rides through portions of Baltimore can see: There’s a liquor store on every corner…. The community had complained about them for years.”In 2008, efforts to shutter those nonconforming off-site liquor stores took flight when the Department of Planning began the process of rewriting the city’s zoning code.“A group of public health advocates—a really quite adamant and outspoken group—brought to our attention the high concentration of liquor outlets in Baltimore and, specifically, the public health impact,” Feinberg said.In 2012, a new zoning proposal called “TransForm Baltimore” was introduced into the City Council (Bill 12-0152). And a health impact assessment called “Zoning for a Healthy Baltimore,” which was funded by the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and largely conducted by investigators from Johns Hopkins University, was consulted during the development of that plan.“It was a relatively exhaustive process,” said Dr. Rachel Thornton, an assistant professor of pediatrics at Johns Hopkins’ School of Medicine and a co-author of the assessment. “We were particularly interested in the health equity issues in the city. [And] we sought to frame our work around the major health disparities in the neighborhoods.”Thornton said, for example, they were sensitive to the fact that recommendations or solutions could have varying impacts on different neighborhoods.An issue that stood out was the proliferation of alcohol outlets and the disparate impact on poorer communities.“One of the things that popped out pretty consistently in the research literature, especially with regards to liquor establishments, is that both the proximity to outlets and the density of outlets are associated with increased risk of violent crimes,” Thornton said.In a September 2013 follow-up study titled, “Neighborhood Alcohol Outlets and the Association with Violent Crime in One Mid-Atlantic City: The Implications for Zoning Policy,” lead author Jacky Jennings and others conducted an analysis of census tracts in Baltimore City from 2011 to 2012. The data included violent crimes (51,942) from 2006 to 2010, licensed alcohol outlets establishments (1,327) from 2005 to 2006, and data on neighborhood disadvantage, percent minority, percent occupancy, and drug arrests from 2005 to 2009.In addition to finding that the city had “more than twice the number of outlets per capita as mandated by Maryland state law” (1,330 licenses compared to 630 based on population), the study also found statistically significant correlations between alcohol establishments and violent crime, mirroring findings in other urban centers.“Each one-unit increase in the number of alcohol outlets was associated with a 2.2 [percent] increase in the count of violent crimes adjusting for neighborhood disadvantage, percent minority, percent occupancy, drug arrests, and spatial dependence,” reported the study, which was published in the National Institutes of Health’s {Urban Health Journal}. It later added, “Evidence suggests that off-premise alcohol outlets double the risk of violent crime and are specifically associated with increased homicide rates.”In the unadjusted model, each unit increase in alcohol outlets accounted for a 1.5 percent increase in violent crime.Partly reflecting the findings and recommendations of the Health Impact Assessment, the proposal to rewrite Baltimore’s zoning ordinance includes provisions to address the potential adverse health impacts of liquor establishments decreasing the density of alcohol outlets over a period of time.For liquor stores to become conforming, they have to either move out of residential zones or “they have to agree to provide or perform other services in the community,” Harris said. “We have a number of programs to provide them with incentives to help them conform, so they’re more reflective of the desires the community has.“Imagine if each of these liquor stores reopened as stores that sold fresh fruit, fresh vegetables, things that the communities needs and other essential groceries,” Rawlings-Blake said during the June 15 press conference. “The impact such a change would have, it would be dramatic on our ability to reduce and even eliminate food deserts in many of our communities across the city.”In the meantime, the 23 nonconforming liquor stores damaged earlier this year will have to petition the state–which is also offering interest-free recovery loans of up to $35,000 without the city’s restrictions—or meet other criteria to access city-provided recovery funds.“The mayor has said if you want to receive funds you have to get a letter of support from your City Council representative, who must agree to make [the establishment] a conforming liquor store,” Harris said, “and you have to get a letter of support from the community.”last_img read more

Instagram Employs Machine Learning to Stop Bullying

first_img New Head of Instagram Adam Mosseri is only 10 days into the job and already introducing high-tech tools to limit bullying on the social network.“Online bullying is complex,” Mosseri wrote in a blog post, recognizing that the current system of reporting and removing content that violates company guidelines isn’t enough.“We know we have more work to do to further limit bullying and spread kindness on Instagram,” he said.Enter machine learning.A new algorithm, trained to detect harassment in photos and captions, proactively sends offending content to the Community Operations team for review.“This change will help us identify and remove significantly more bullying,” Mosseri said. “And it’s a crucial next step since many people who experience or observe bullying don’t report it.”Bullying comment filter on Live videos (via Instagram)It is also aimed at protecting Instagram’s youngest members, since teens often experience high rates of online torment.The new function is rolling out now, and is expected to reach all users over the coming weeks.There are no further details about how the system works, or whether it differs at all from the usual means of complaint.Even AI isn’t perfect, though. You can still manually report a post or profile for abuse via the mobile app or website.Additionally, the platform is expanding its bullying comment filter to hide crude comments from the Feed, Explore, and Profile tabs, as well as live videos (above)—”to ensure that Live remains a safe and fun place to authentically connect with your friends and interests,” Mosseri wrote.Maddie Ziegler’s kindness camera filter (via Instagram)Sure, taking down trolls is important and self-affirming. But so is spreading kindness—a concept Instagram is celebrating with Maddie Ziegler. The teen dancer (best known for Dance Moms, Sia music videos, and being Millie Bobby Brown’s BFF) helped launch a kindness camera effect “to spread positivity.”“Maddie has been speaking out against online bullying since she started experiencing it and is one of many people in our community that uses Instagram to promote positivity,” the blog said.Ziegler’s 12.4 million followers can automatically access the effect; simply open the camera, tap the face icon at the bottom, and click “spread kindness.”In selfie mode, hearts fill the screen; switch to the rear camera to see kind comments in various languages. You are encouraged to tag a friend to support; they in turn receive a notification, and can share it to their own story or use the filter to pay it forward.It’s no coincidence that Instagram announced its latest efforts at the beginning of October—National Bullying Prevention Month in the US.Parent company Facebook recently revealed how it uses artificial intelligence, machine learning, and computer vision to purge the site of hate speech, nudity, and violence. Stay up to date with all things Instagram here. Adorable Puppy Born With ‘Fur Mustache’ Goes Viral on InstagramFree Area 51 Aliens ‘Training’ Video Takes Over Instagram Stay on targetlast_img read more

400 dead dolphins wash ashore on Perus northern beaches

first_imgLIMA, Peru – The bodies of some 400 dolphins washed up on beaches in northern Peru last month, baffling authorities who are so far mystified as to the cause, officials said Tuesday.The mammals’ remains were found on beaches stretching across the northern departments of Piura and Lambayeque, said Peruvian Sea Institute official Jaime de la Cruz in Chiclayo.Lambayeque is in far northern Peru, almost at the Ecuadoran border.Samples of the animals’ remains were sent to Lima for autopsies to be done, De la Cruz said.The surge in deaths alarmed Carlos Yaipen, a marine veterinarian at the Sea Animal Conservation Scientific Group.“We could again be seeing what happened in 2012 when there were 836 dead dolphins on beaches in the north,” he warned.Some local media reports speculated that toxic algae could have led to the deaths.But Yaipen said if that were the case, then humans would have been affected as well when they ate sea animals from the area.Yaipen said he wondered if a tragic reaction to nearby acoustic “impact” could have killed the dolphins, with oil companies doing exploratory drilling in the area.His group took samples to have tests run abroad, he said. Facebook Comments Related posts:To conserve the Amazon, the forest must become an economic ‘asset’ Prosecutors ask for maximum sentences for defendants in Jairo Mora murder trial US adds two macaws to endangered species list We’re risking a mass extinction of frogs – and they’re the ‘canary in the coal mine’last_img read more

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