Matt Thordarson APTN National NewsMusicians from across the country are getting together to raise money for Fort McMurray evacuees.88,000 people were forced to flee their homes after a wildfire burned into the city.While many homes were lost, officials say 85 percent of the city was saved.
CALGARY — Ensign Energy Services Inc. says it will take control of Trinidad Drilling Ltd. after acquiring a majority of the company’s shares by its Tuesday deadline.The Calgary-based drilling company says 56.38 per cent of Trinidad shares have been tendered. The 154.1 million shares are in addition to the 26.9 million it also owns, raising its stake in Trinidad to 66.18 per cent.Each Trinidad shareholder will receive by Thursday $1.68 per share for a total of about $470 million, with the offer price representing a 17.2 per cent premium over the all-share proposal by Precision Drilling Corp., the largest driller in Canada.With all conditions of its offer satisfied or waived, Ensign has extended the deadline until Dec. 10 for Trinidad shareholders who have not done so to tender their shares.Ensign had given Trinidad shareholders less time to consider its hostile takeover bid by pushing its offer deadline ahead of a planned Dec. 11 meeting where Trinidad shareholders will vote on the merger with Precision.If that meeting isn’t cancelled, Ensign says it will use its majority to vote down that offer from Precision. Companies mentioned in this article: (TSX:ESI, TSX:TDG, TSX:PD)The Canadian Press read more
Meknes – Moroccan Doctor Abdelkader Mehzoum was awarded third prize at the international competition ‘My Thesis in 180 Seconds’ on Thursday, at Sorbonne University in France.The promising doctor took the stage to deliver his thesis in a mere 180 seconds. He explained his research about impact of moths on ‘Cydia Pomone’, a type of apple exists only in the region of Fez.Abdelkader managed to mesmerize the judges and audience with his passionate and humorous presentation. “Three apples have changed the world, the apple of Newton, the apple of German fairy tale ‘Snow White’, Steve Jobs’ Apple, and my apple might change it too.” Abdelkader said. Mathematician Cédric Villani chaired the panel of judges. Najat Vallaud-Belkacem, the Moroccan-born French Minister of Higher Education attended the event.Abdelkader competed among sixteen PhD students from eight Francophone countries, including two other researchers from Morocco: Leila Drissi Kaitouni from Sidi Mohammed Ben Abdallah University of Fez and Ivorian Assoman Kouakou from Sultan Moulay Slimane University of Beni Mellal.Morocco’s finalists were selected after a national audition conducted by the National Centre for Scientific and Technical Research (CNRST) was held in June, in Rabat.Belgian mathematician Adrien Deliége was awarded first prize for research on time climate series of analysis based wavelets.This was the second time the event was held, and the first time in France. It was jointly organized by the French National Centre for Scientific Research and the Conference of University Presidents (CPU). read more
A five-member appeal panel at the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR), which sits in Arusha, Tanzania, upheld the convictions of Ferdinand Nahimana, Jean-Bosco Barayagwiza and Hassan Ngeze.All three men, in what has been dubbed “the media case,” were found guilty in 2003 of committing genocide, incitement to genocide, conspiracy, crimes against humanity, extermination and persecution. They were the first cases of their kind since the Allied Tribunal at Nuremberg at 1946 sentenced Nazi publisher Julius Streicher to death for his anti-semitic publication Der Stürmer.At their trial Mr. Nahimana, founder and ideologist of the Radio Télévision Libre des Mille Collines (RTLM), and Mr. Ngeze, chief editor of Kangura newspaper, were sentenced to life in prison. Mr. Barayagwiza, a high-ranking board member at RTLM and the founder of the Coalition for the Defence of Republic (CDR), a political party, received a 35-year jail term.But the appeal judges today said that because of the cancellation of certain findings of culpability against the three men, their jail terms should be reduced: Mr. Nahimana must now serve 30 years, Mr. Ngeze 35 years and Mr. Barayagwiza 32 years.About 800,000 Tutsis and moderate Hutus were slaughtered, mainly by machete, in less than 100 days starting in April 1994. The Security Council set up the ICTR later that year to deal with the worst crimes.In a broadcast on RTLM – which became known to some Rwandans as “Radio Machete” – in April 1994, Mr. Nahimana described a “war of media, words, newspapers and radio stations” to complement a war with bullets.The trial also heard Kangura targeted Tutsis for persecution by regularly stereotyping them as liars, thieves or killers, and depicting Tutsi women as femme fatales who could not be trusted. One Kangura publication labelled any Hutu man who married a Tutsi woman as a traitor. 28 November 2007The United Nations tribunal dealing with the worst crimes committed during the 1994 Rwandan genocide today reduced the jail sentences of three former media executives convicted for inciting their compatriots to kill ethnic Tutsis. read more
Smashing a Guinness World Record, more than 173 million people around the world joined forces with the United Nations to call on global leaders to stamp out poverty and take action to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by their deadline of 2015.Over 3,000 events were held in more than 120 countries in the fourth year of the “Stand Up, Take Action, End Poverty Now!” campaign over the weekend. Nearly 60 million more people took part in the festivities this year compared to 2008.“We know that if we take a stand – if we act – we can end poverty in our lifetimes,” said Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who was joined by 1,500 schoolchildren at the UN International School (UNIS) in New York on Friday in calling for an end to hunger, which currently afflicts 1 billion people worldwide.At least 100 million people in Asia took part in the campaign, while Africa saw the participation of almost 40 million, the Arab region over 30 million, Europe more than 2 million, Latin America and North America some 200,000 each; and Oceania more than 170,000.“We have seen citizens determined to show their governments that they will hold them accountable for keeping their promises to end hunger, improve maternal health and abolish trade-distorting agricultural subsidies,” said Salil Shetty, Director of the UN Millennium Campaign.“They will not accept excuses for breaking promises to the world’s poorest and most vulnerable, who have already been hardest hit by the global food, economic and climate crises they had no role in causing.”Despite the deadly typhoons which recently slammed into the Philippines, over 35 million people took a stand in that country, while the Irish rock band U2 brought 50,000 concertgoers to their feet during a show in the United States. 21 October 2009Smashing a Guinness World Record, more than 173 million people around the world joined forces with the United Nations to call on global leaders to stamp out poverty and take action to achieve the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) by their deadline of 2015. read more
In light of the allegations made by President Maithripala Sirisena, in his statement on Sunday (11), over the ‘commercialisation’ of Members of Parliament, Transparency International Sri Lanka (TISL) has urged the Commission to Investigate Allegations of Bribery or Corruption (CIABOC) to act swiftly to enforce the law and hold accountable persons involved in offering and accepting bribes to members of parliament.Whilst TISL filed a complaint with CIABOC last week with evidence of an attempt to bribe a MP, TISL brought to the attention of the public, Section 14 of the Bribery Act which prescribes a maximum 7-year prison sentence for the offence of offering a bribe to a MP or when a MP accepts a bribe. Following the prorogation of parliament in the wake of the contested change in government, TISL expressed concerns that the state of limbo could create an environment conducive to bribery and corruption. Obeyesekere added “statements made by MP’s themselves on the vast sums of money being offered in exchange for loyalty have confirmed these fears. CIABOC must use its power to proactively investigate allegations made against all political factions, in order to halt this alarming trend and rebuild public trust in the rule of law”. (Colombo Gazette) Speaking on the matter, TISL Executive Director Asoka Obeyesekere said, “given the President’s acknowledgement of the inducements being offered, coupled with the clear evidence of bribery, CIABOC must immediately communicate to the public the steps that it has taken to ensure accountability”. read more
Expressing dismay at the continued deterioration of the rule of law in Swaziland, Dato’ Param Cumaraswamy, Special Rapporteur of the UN Commission on Human Rights on the independence of judges and lawyers, cited such recent developments as the protest resignation of the High Court’s Chief Justice, and the impending possible deportation of two senior members of the Law Society of Swaziland as evidence that the country’s judicial system may be near the “breaking point.””The justice system cannot function in this environment of mistrust,” Mr. Cumaraswamy said, urging the Government to take immediate steps to avert an impending crisis. He recalled the International Bar Association’s recent report on the country, which urged the Government to establish a national plan of action to address serious flaws in the justice system and to implement urgently needed reforms, including a new draft constitution.”Swaziland needs today, more than ever, a separation of powers between its executive and judicial branches of government in order to function as a fully democratic nation,” he added. read more
“This is another great day for Somalia and the Somali people,” said Augustine P. Mahiga, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and head of the UN Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS). He said the inauguration of the new President – elected a week ago – marks the end of the transitional period and the beginning of a “new era” for a country that has seen tremendous strife over the past several decades. The election marked the culmination of a series of landmark steps to bring an end to the country’s eight-year political transition that also included the adoption of Somalia’s provisional constitution, the establishment of the New Federal Parliament and the appointment of that body’s Speaker.“As the process moves forward,” said Mr. Mahiga, “the UN Political Office for Somalia will continue to stand with the President in addressing key immediate tasks, including stabilization of newly recovered areas, ensuring the integration and stability of the security services, delivering basic services to the Somali people and building a viable judiciary system.”Just two days after his election, the new President survived an attack on a hotel in the capital, Mogadishu, where he was giving a press conference. UN officials, including Mr. Mahiga, condemned the attack, stressing that such attempts to thwart the progress made so far will not deter the Somali people’s determination to move forward. read more
“The numbers of internally displaced persons currently sheltered at the UNMISS protection of civilians site in Bentiu are swelling,” UN spokesperson Stephane Dujarric said referring to the acronym for the UN Mission in the country.More than 12,000 civilians are currently seeking refuge, he noted. The majority of them are women and children.The figure comes one day after reports that opposition forces took control of the state capital, Bentiu. UNMISS today received reports that anti-Government forces are also now controlling Guit and Rubkona Counties in Unity State.UN military patrols also identified thousands of displaced civilians gathered in the vicinity of Bentiu Hospital and the compound of the UN World Food Programme (WFP).Later in the day, an UNMISS official confirmed that the Mission had managed to get all remaining civilians out of the hospital and into a safe location.Since the hostilities that erupted between the Government and opposition forces last December, an average of 75,000 civilians have found refuge from violence in UN bases across the country.UN ‘blue helmets’ conducted a number of patrols yesterday, including in Bentiu and Rubkona, where the Sudan People’s Liberation Army (SPLA) headquarters was described as “empty” with a few SPLA soldiers deployed in Bentiu.Looting of shops by civilians in the state capital was also observed. The patrol also witnessed some 40 bodies on the streets in Bentiu, Mr. Dujarric said.Speaking to journalists yesterday in Juba, UN Humanitarian Coordinator Toby Lanzer said the number of people seeking shelter in Bentiu doubled over the past few days to at least 9,000 people.Mr. Lanzer said he felt “a certain sense of outrage”, as UNMISS, UN agencies and other aid agencies made efforts to deal with immediate consequences of the ongoing violence.About a million people in South Sudan have been forced from their homes due to the conflict. The UN continues to advocate with the country’s authorities for political and security solutions that will allow the displaced to return to their homes or seek abode in any other part of the country. read more
“Despite substantial progress in Myanmar’s reform agenda over the past years, humanitarian conditions have deteriorated in some areas where people are in greatest need, but where access continues to pose a challenge,” said Kyung-wha Kang, who is also Assistant Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs.In a news release issued by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), Ms. Kang said she witnessed the serious challenges that humanitarian workers face in delivering aid to the estimated 421,000 people in urgent need of life-saving assistance in the South-east Asian nation. In Rakhine, she travelled to Sittwe and Pauktaw to visit camps for internally displaced persons (IDPs) and host communities affected by inter-communal violence. She met with local authorities, community leaders, and humanitarian workers to evaluate progress in resuming and scaling up the humanitarian response following the attacks in March on UN and non-governmental organization (NGO) premises in Sittwe. The current capacity of the humanitarian community in Rakhine is still less than 60 per cent of previous levels, she noted.“The safety and security of our staff, both national and international, must be guaranteed in order for the UN and NGOs to continue to support the Myanmar Government in responding to the vast humanitarian and development needs of all the people in Rakhine state,” she stated. Despite considerable humanitarian efforts, many people in isolated villages and remote IDP camps continue to live in dire conditions, coupled with severe restrictions on their freedom of movement. Ms. Kang described as “appalling” the situation she witnessed in Nget Chaung IDP camp, where access to basic services such as health, education, water and sanitation was “wholly inadequate.” She also visited IDP camps in Kachin state, where communities recently marked the third anniversary of the conflict between the Kachin Independence Army and the Myanmar Army, which has displaced more than 100,000 people.About half of these IDPs, including women and children, are hosted in camps in areas beyond Government control, where access by international organizations is limited to irregular cross-line humanitarian missions.“Local NGOs have been, and will continue to be, central to the humanitarian response in Kachin, but more regular, predictable, and sustained access by international organizations is needed to reach the required levels of assistance in all IDP areas,” Ms. Kang stressed. She noted that renewed fighting over the past months in southern Kachin and northern Shan state led to the displacement of many people for the second, third, or fourth time. “It is essential that all parties ensure the protection of civilians and the full respect of international humanitarian law, while looking ahead in the long term to develop durable solutions for displaced people and host communities.”During her visit, Ms. Kang held a series of meetings with national officials, during which she reiterated the UN’s continued commitment to support the Government in responding to humanitarian needs in Myanmar and reminded the authorities of their responsibility to ensure that justice is rendered and that the perpetrators of the March attacks are brought to justice. read more
Commenting on the October figures, SMMT chief executive Christopher Macgowan said, ‘After a dip in September registrations it is encouraging to see the market stabilise in October. Overall, this year has been a story of growth driven by two key segments, sales of small cars and demand for diesel models. The industry had expected the new car market to cool in the latter half of the year but demand remains strong and so SMMT has raised its year end forecast to a record 2.54 million units.’DownloadClick to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) Diesel takes record market share in October, at 26.8 per centÃƒâ€¦£ Diesel registrations are up 40.5 per cent to 520,093 units, so far this yearÃƒâ€¦£ From January to October the new car market rose 4.6 per cent to 2,247,381 carsÃƒâ€¦¥ Total new car registrations in October dipped 1,180 cars to 184,145 units read more
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Recommended for you Related Items:#LeewardGreenPark, #magneticmedianews TCI: Proposed $100,000 to fix-up Green Park in Leeward Palms; MP gets answers from Minister Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppTurks and Caicos, May 25, 2017 – Providenciales – The country’s first green park is completed but the final product is a far cry from what was touted at the ground breaking in June last year and almost nothing like what was shown in the project design. There are no clearly defined natural trails, the layout is awkward and different from promoted pictures, there are no lights, no bleachers and no guard posts. Magnetic Media contacted both the Minister of Public Works and the Member of Parliament for the Leeward and Long Bay constituency about the half a million dollar project, which appears to be a flop. “As far as I’m concerned the park was badly designed, we have equipment out in the open and that should never be, because the wear and tear, and corrosion that go on there, you will have to change that equipment regularly.” Hon Akierra Missick told us that she has been requesting updates on the park which started under her ministry of Youth and Sports and which was should have been completed since November 2016; she said those updates are hard to get. Magnetic Media sent photos of what we met at the site on Yellow Elder street, she said this: “Then it’s not finished and the government must ensure that it is. If I was there, I would be overseeing it like the other projects under my ministry. If there are no bleachers, the contract is not concluded, if no lights, there is a substantial contract setting out what is to be done. When I visited, I met a man on site and he said, he was still working for the contractor.” But the green park was under her ministry up until December 16, 2016, still the job was not done and now the public is stuck with a dysfunctional park which no one appears to know is even open. South Caicos also got a green park, where the design leaves equipment exposed to the elements. Minister Goldray Ewing in that one on one with Magnetic Media said the green park in Leeward is an example of what not to do as the country continues to get more outdoor spaces funded by the public purse. “Unfortunately, that is not the case, and I don’t see where we are going to invest any money in that area right now knowing that other areas have needs for that type of parks as well. I think we need to address the areas that mostly need it now.” The minister also said this park is not a priority as there are other communities also in need. Williams Drafting was responsible for the construction; we contacted Bro Will, who declined a formal interview, delivered some rough words and then hung up the phone. But before he cut us off, he said the work is done and there are only swings to come. The green parks were allotted $900,000 under the former PNP government administration. #MagneticMediaNews#LeewardGreenPark Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp read more
Facebook may be planning to provide a newspaper-like service for smartphones and tablets. The secret project is being closely overlooked by company CEO Mark Zuckerberg.The Wall Street Journal claimed that the social networking giant has been secretly working on this project codenamed ‘Reader’ for over a year now. This Flipboard-like Reader will display content from Facebook users and publishers as per user preferences.Reader was supposed to be launched last week but Facebook came out with Video for Instagram instead. The company spokesperson declined from commenting, which suggests that Reader is still getting fixed for last minute glitches. WSJ was unable to get an official launch date.The report hinted that Facebook’s mobile endeavour is mighty important for Zuckerberg and will play a critical role to shoot up stock prices for Facebook that remain at 35 percent below its initial offering currently.This Reader app will supposedly curate stories from multiple sources and allow the user to flip through them. The articles will specifically be related to the ‘knowledge’ of the user.The objective of this unofficial service is to make Facebook a one-stop spot for everyone. This project is to gain attention for longer periods of time from users (for ads) and increase traffic on the website.This does not come as a surprise as Facebook has been actively accumulating the best of all worlds online, be it hashtag from Twitter or this project from Flipboard.Flipboard, an app for both Android and iPhones, enables the user to ‘flip’ through latest news and share it afterwards on social networks. Flipboard readers can create their own magazines. The service already has 50 million readers till now. read more
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