Rabat – Lamia Bazir, the President of the Al Akhawayn Alumni Association, delivered an inspirational speech at the 19th Commencement of Al Akhawayn University (AUI) on June 11.This speech received 20 000 views on Facebook.Many public figures attending the event, including André Azoulay, Advisor to King Mohammed VI, and Abdelatiff Jouahri, Governor of Bank Al Maghrib. In her speech, Lamia Bazir sent a strong message about the true meaning of leadership, asserting that it goes beyond titles and positions. She urged graduates to not get absorbed by the pursuit of titles and hierarchies, but rather to concentrate on the quality of their work, and get back to the source of leadership.Together with her new board, as the new President of the AUI Alumni, Lamia Bazir aims to unify her community of more than 4,000 alumni, reinforce their position in the job market, and improve their role as a vibrant force in Moroccan society.The graduation was attended by prominent figures on the Board of Trustees of AUI, including Mr. Azoulay; Mr. Jouahri; Mrs. Amina Benkhadra of the National Bureau of Petroleum and Mines; Mr. Mohamed Kettani, CEO of Attijariwafa Bank; Mr. Tariq Sijilmassi, President of the Directorate of Crédit Agricole du Maroc (CAM); Mr. Abdellatif Guerraoui, CEO of Auto-Hall Group; Mr. Ali Fassi Fihri, Director General of Office National de l’Electricité et de l’Eau Potable (ONEEP); Ms. Miriem Bensalah Chaqroun, Administrator of Holmarcom Group and President of the Confédération Générale des Entreprises du Maroc (CGEM);, Mr. Mohamed Berrada, Professor and Former Minister of Finance; Mr. Larbi Belarbi, Former Vice President of Renault Maroc Services; and representatives from the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Trade and Industry, and Higher Education.
JEFFERSON CITY, Mo. — The Latest on an oil leak near St. Louis (all times local):12:15 p.m.TransCanada says its Keystone pipeline is likely the source of an oil leak near St. Louis.Spokesman Terry Cunha in a Friday statement said crews continue to excavate the St. Charles County area where the leak was discovered Wednesday. He said TransCanada’s preliminary investigation points to Keystone.A spokesman for Enbridge Inc. said it’s “highly confident” that its nearby Platte pipeline wasn’t the source.The leak prompted closures of sections of both the Keystone and Platte pipelines.Enbridge spokesman Devin Hotzel said Friday that the company expects its pipeline will be operating normally by Saturday.Cunha says there’s no estimated time for the Keystone pipeline to return to service.The Missouri Department of Natural Resources has estimated that about 43 barrels, or 1,800 gallons (6,814 litres), of oil leaked. It said the oil did not get into any waterways.___noonEnbridge Inc. says it’s “highly confident” that its Platte pipeline wasn’t the source of an oil leak near St. Louis.TransCanada’s Keystone pipeline also runs through the area where the leak occurred . A spokesman for the company didn’t immediately return an Associated Press request for comment Friday.A Missouri Department of Natural Resources spokesman says excavation of the Keystone pipeline in St. Charles County will begin Friday.The leak was discovered Wednesday. It prompted closures of sections of both the Keystone and Platte pipelines as crews sought out the source.Enbridge spokesman Devin Hotzel said Friday that the company expects its pipeline will be operating normally by Saturday.The Department of Natural Resources has said the oil did not get into any waterways.The Associated Press
OTTAWA — Jim Balsillie warns that provisions tucked into the Trans-Pacific Partnership could cost Canada hundreds of billions of dollars — and eventually make signing it the worst public policy decision in the country’s history.After poring over the treaty’s final text, the businessman who helped build Research In Motion into a $20-billion global player said the deal contains “troubling” rules on intellectual property that threaten to make Canada a “permanent underclass” in the economy of selling ideas.Last month, in the middle of the election campaign, the Conservative government put Canada’s signature on the controversial 12-country pact. The Pacific Rim agreement, which includes the massive American and Japanese economies, has been described as the world’s largest-ever trade zone.But Balsillie said parts of the deal will harm Canadian innovators by forcing them to play by rules set by the treaty’s most-dominant partner: the United States.I’m not a partisan actor, but I actually think this is the worst thing that the Harper government has done for CanadaThe fallout could prove costly for Canada because technologies created by these entrepreneurs have the potential to create huge amounts of wealth for the economy, he says.“I’m not a partisan actor, but I actually think this is the worst thing that the Harper government has done for Canada,” the former co-chief executive of RIM said in an interview after studying large sections of the 6,000-page document, released to the public last week.“I think in 10 years from now, we’ll call that the signature worst thing in policy that Canada’s ever done…“It’s a treaty that structures everything forever — and we can’t get out of it.”How TPP could actually help small dairy farmersConsumers will be winners in Trans-Pacific Partnership, full text revealsTrans-Pacific Partnership: Full text — Here’s your chance to read the mysterious trade agreement everybody is talking aboutNew cabinet minister Chrystia Freeland sees free trade as key to middle-class prosperityBalsillie’s concerns about the deal include how it would impose intellectual property standards set by the U.S., the biggest partner in the treaty.He fears it would give American firms an edge and cost Canadian companies more money because they would have to pay for someone else’s ideas instead their own.On top of that, Balsillie believes the structure could prevent Canadian firms from growing as it would also limit how much money they can make from their own products and services.Balsillie, who spent much of his time building RIM by negotiating agreements around the world, called the comprehensive final text a “brilliant piece of literature.”We’ve been outfoxed“It’s such brilliantly systemic encirclement. I’m just in awe at its powerful purity by the Americans…“We’ve been outfoxed.”And unlike legislation passed in Parliament, he noted treaties like this one set rules that must be followed forever. This deal, he added, also features “iron-clad” dispute mechanisms.“I’m worried and I don’t know how we can get out of this,” said Balsillie, who’s also helping guide the creation of a lobby group that would press for the needs of Canada’s innovation sector.“I think our trade negotiators have profoundly failed Canadians and our future innovators. I really lament it.”He said the government should have dispatched a more-sophisticated negotiating team.Harper had hailed the agreement as a means of ensuring Canadian access to a market of nearly 800 million people and before it was signed, warned Canada couldn’t afford not to take part.The deal must be ratified by all 12 countries, and then it would come into force six months later. It would require a parliamentary vote in Canada.Alternatively, the treaty can also take effect if it’s ratified by half the countries representing 85 per cent of the zone’s economy. A country can withdraw any time, on six months’ notice.The Liberal government has yet to say how it will proceed.International Trade Minister Chrystia Freeland, named to cabinet a day before the finalized treaty was made public, reiterated that the Liberals believe in trade, but she was careful to note the deal was negotiated by the Conservative government.After the text was released, Freeland told reporters she wanted Canadians to send her comments about it.“I’m going to take that seriously — we’re going to review it,” she said Thursday.The government, she added, is committed to a full parliamentary debate on the deal and a vote in the House of Commons, though she had yet to set a deadline.She declined to answer questions whether the Liberals would be prepared to walk away from the deal.Balsillie warned that the Liberals’ plan to run budgetary deficits of up to $10 billion in each of the next three years could pale in comparison to what could be lost in the country’s ideas economy because of the TPP.“These provisions are more important by far — times 10 — than anything else in the agreement,” he said.“But we’re having no discussion on it.”
Highlighting in particular the threats posed by terrorism, Sheikh Tamim bin Hamad Al-Thani, the Amir of the State of Qatar, affirmed his country’s “firm position” rejecting all forms and shapes of terrorism anywhere in the world, regardless of the reasons and pretexts.“International cooperation [is a prerequisite] in combating violence resulting from extremism and violence directed against civilians to terrorize them and to damage civilian facilities for political ends,” he said.In that context, educating youth and ensuring their comprehensive participation can boost collective security as well as support peace and stability efforts, added the Amir.In his remarks, the leader of Qatar spoke of deteriorating situation in the Palestinian territories, particularly in the Gaza Strip, and the continued construction in the occupied Jerusalem and the West Bank.Underscoring the importance of the two-state solution, he said that the solution to the Arab-Israeli conflict requires a just and lasting solution to the Palestinian cause.The Amir also drew attention to persisting conflicts in the Middle East region – Syria and Yemen – and reiterated the need on all parties to respect and abide by their obligations under International Humanitarian Law to protect civilians.He also spoke of humanitarian support provided by Qatar to those in need of assistance.In conclusion, the leader of Qatar also highlighted his country’s efforts to promote human development and protect human rights, including its accession to the International Covenant on Civil and Political Rights, and the International Covenant on Economic, Social and Cultural Rights, earlier this month.Full statement available here
If confirmed, Thursday morning’s attack would be the fourth on treatment or transit facilities, in the last two weeks. It follows the death of an individual in the community which led to “escalating violence” and the local Ebola transit centre being “severely damaged”, Mr. Tedros said.Hailing the bravery and commitment of those responding to the Ebola threat, the WHO Director-General added that there were scant details beyond what was already known about the latest attack.“We have not had reports of health workers or patients injured, but we’re awaiting more information,” he said.Last Saturday, the health chief visited a health centre in Butembo hours after it was attacked for the second time, leaving a police officer dead and medical staff injured.Of the more than 100 armed groups active in north-eastern DRC, Mr. Tedros cited the Mai-Mai and the Allied Democratic Forces as potentially responsible.Ebola ‘an added burden’ on community in despair“The security situation means people are worried about issues beyond health,” he said. “It’s understandable that Ebola is an added burden on an already overburdened population. This creates a challenging climate for the response. And during many of my visits that’s what I witnessed. The despair in the community. Peace or no peace.”Despite the challenges posed by ongoing insecurity, Mr. Tedros said that gains had been made against Ebola, as it is now “concentrated” in the towns of Butembo and Katwa.The outbreak has also been contained in 11 out of 28 communities where cases have been recorded “and we have stopped transmission in Beni, Mangina, Komanda and Oicha”, the WHO Director-General said.There is also “increasing acceptance” by communities of Ebola responders, he insisted, noting that 90 per cent of people have agreed to being vaccinated and follow-up visits.Latest data from the DRC authorities indicates that in the latest outbreak which began on 1 August in the Kivus, there have been 927 confirmed and probable cases of Ebola, including 584 deaths.More than 87,000 people have been vaccinated including 27,000 health workers in DRC and 5,000 in neighbouring countries. In addition, more than 58,000 “contacts” have been registered and more than 4,200 are being monitored for signs of illness.There are also “half as many new cases now as there were in January”, Mr. Tedros said, down from 50 cases per week to 25 cases, on average now. Speaking to journalists in Geneva amid reports of a fresh attack just hours earlier on a facility in Biena health zone, close to Butembo, Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus explained that the deadly disease is just one of many concerns for local people.“These attacks could reverse the gains we have made,” the World Health Organization (WHO) Director-General said. “We are working to find a balance between protecting patients and staff from attacks by armed groups and building community trust and ownership. It’s not a simple either/or situation; we must do both to end the outbreak.”
Caterpillar has delivered the best full-year profit per share in its history, while registering higher sales volume and improved demand across all regions and three primary market segments in the December quarter.At $10.26/share, its profit for 2018 was way up on the $1.26/share it posted for 2017. On top of that, the company is predicting this number will increase again in 2019, with an outlook range of $11.75-$12.75/share.Cat’s 2018 sales and revenue came in at $54.7 billion, compared with $45.5 billion in 2017, while adjusted profit was up at $11.22/share (2017: $6.88/share).Caterpillar Chairman and CEO, Jim Umpleby, said: “In 2018, Caterpillar achieved record profit per share and returned significant levels of capital to shareholders. Our global team remained focused on serving our customers, executing our strategy and investing for future profitable growth.”Total sales and revenue was $14.342 billion in the December quarter of 2018, a $1.446 billion year-on-year increase, with higher sales volume driven by improved demand across all regions and in the company’s three primary segments, Cat said.In the company’s resource industries segment, total sales were $2.797 billion in the December quarter, up $489 million on higher demand for both mining and heavy construction equipment, including quarry and aggregate, the company said.“Mining activities were robust as commodity market fundamentals remained positive, and increased non-residential construction activities drove higher sales,” Caterpillar said.Resource industries’ profit was $400 million in the most recent quarter of 2018, compared with $210 million a year earlier. The improvement was mostly due to higher sales volume and favourable price realisation, partially offset by higher material and freight costs, the company explained.Despite the company predicting another record profit per share in 2019, Umpleby said its outlook assumed only a “modest sales increase” based on the fundamentals of its end markets as well as “the macroeconomic and geopolitical environment”.“We will continue to focus on operational excellence, including cost discipline, while investing in expanded offerings and services to drive long-term profitable growth,” he added.
In the face of both AT&T and Verizon Wireless expected to offer the iPhone 5 at launch, how does Sprint intend to compete if it gets Apple’s next smartphone too? The answer is either very clever or network crushing: the mobile network operator intends to offer unlimited data plans to every customer that signs an iPhone 5 contract.Unlimited data is something that has been scaled back of late by other networks, much to the anger of consumers, many of whom see the web and associated services as their main use for a smartphone. The reasoning behind the limits is one of keeping the network from getting bogged down by data hogs who go well beyond acceptable use limits.If Sprint does intend to offer unlimited data it is sure to be met with an initial flood of interest. However, unless Sprint has a sanity plan in place for dealing with the flood of data over its network, initial enthusiasm for the offer could be replaced with frustration if connections start dropping and data transfers slow to a crawl. Maybe Sprint plans to adopt the full-duplex system from Rice University to help with capacity.Of course, until Apple and Sprint officially announce the iPhone 5 is coming to the network this is nothing but speculation. However, if Sprint does go down the unlimited data route, surely both Verizon and AT&T would have to react? That could potentially open the market up again for a lot more data for a lot less money over what we have to pay today.The introduction of the iPhone 5 is likely to bring with it a requirement for more data transfers per user simply because of the new features on offer, most notably iCloud. Whichever networks end up getting Apple’s smartphone, handling capacity of what is certain to be a very popular phone will be the biggest challenge, as will meeting demand for the phone in the first place.Read more at Bloomberg
Who would people in Ireland like to see in Number 10? It’s pretty close The Labour leader has over 40% support in Ireland, according to a new poll. https://jrnl.ie/3363030 Source: John StillwellUK LABOUR LEADER Jeremy Corbyn is decidedly more popular here than he is at home, according to a new poll.Asked who they would prefer to see as British Prime Minister in the wake of June’s election, more than half of people said they’d like to see Conservative Theresa May return to Number 10.But Jeremy Corbyn racked up more than two-thirds support in a straight two-way contest. Monday 1 May 2017, 6:30 AM Source: PA Wire/PA ImagesMay has called a snap general election for June 8 in a bid to strengthen her majority in parliament heading into the Brexit negotiations.In a YouGov general election voting intention poll last week, the Conservatives were on 45%, Labour on 29%, the Liberal Democrats on 10% and UKIP on 7%.Asked who would make the best prime minister, 48% said May, 18% said Corbyn, while 33% said they were not sure.Asked what the top general election issues were, four main themes emerged:Brexit (64%)Health (47%)Immigration (36%)The economy (35%)Labour’s Brexit spokesman Keir Starmer said last week the party accepted that the UK was leaving the European Union, but that it would scrap May’s Brexit plan if elected and unilaterally guarantee the rights of EU residents.- With reporting from AFP Read: ‘No plans for zero hours contracts’ for McDonalds in Ireland after UK u-turn >Read: Simon Coveney thinks Ireland should go high-rise ‘in the right places’ > By Daragh Brophy Short URL 17,444 Views May 1st 2017, 6:30 AM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Theresa May: 56%Jeremy Corbyn: 44%The poll was carried out by Amarách Research on behalf of Claire Byrne Live and TheJournal.ie. 1,000 people were asked ‘Who would you prefer to see as British Prime Minister?’. Share Tweet Email 56 Comments
Former Newcastle United and England skipper Alan Shearer believes teams have figured out the best way to beat Chelsea is to stop Jorginho from playing.The Blues’ record away from home has been abysmal following defeats from Arsenal and Bournemouth in their previous two away matches, which was compounded by a 6-0 whitewash at Manchester City on Sunday.It has further piled on the pressure on Chelsea boss Maurizio Sarri, who brought in Jorginho from their former club Napoli in the summer.“Not only did they (City) play their own game, what was also impressive was the way that they stopped Chelsea,” pundit Shearer said on Match of the Day 2 and cited on Football London.“We saw when Chelsea were beaten at Arsenal, beaten at Bournemouth conceding four goals, that if you stop Jorginho in the middle of the park then you’ve got a very good chance of stopping Chelsea.Shearer praised the effort of Guardiola’s men, highlighting the game plan that compounded Chelsea’s woes.“I thought City did that brilliantly. They set traps all over the park just to say ‘OK, if you want give it to him we’re there and we’re going to put him under pressure…you pass it to him if you want and, if you do, we’ve got the trap ready and we’ll capitalise’.Match Preview: Wolverhampton vs Chelsea Boro Tanchev – September 13, 2019 Wolverhampton will host Chelsea at the Molineux Stadium in one of the most interesting Premier League games this weekend.It ends 6-0. #MCICHE pic.twitter.com/M1ZjJqTRYD— Chelsea FC (@ChelseaFC) February 10, 2019“They stopped him all game and Chelsea could not get started. If that’s not working then they need to find another way to play.“They can’t always rely on him because, as we’ve witnessed in recent weeks, teams are going to stop him.“And if you stop him that’s half of Chelsea’s game gone.”Both teams will once again meet in the finals of the Carabao Cup on the 24th of February.
A hundred huskies howling is the kind of noise that angers homeowners who happen to live close by a sled dog kennel. And with suburbia edging ever – closer to the heart of the Mat Su, clashes between dog owners and new neighbors are inevitable. Iditarod musher Cim Smyth, from Big Lake, testified Wednesday at the Mat Su Assembly public hearing on a new ordinance aimed at protecting musher’s rights.Download Audio“There’s a lot of regulations out there. Very few are positively supporting our sport. Which is the state sport. It is a major hobby for a lot of people, but it is also a major business in this state for a lot of people. I pay my taxes racing sled dogs, racing sled dogs.”The ordinance sets out terms for a three year kennel license for a fee of 150 dollars. Mat Su Assemblyman Vern Halter , who keeps a kennel, has run his share of Iditarods, and happens to be an attorney. Halter sponsored the lengthy ordinance that covers everything from a definition of sled dog to mushing facility standards of care. Halter also points out that sled dog mushing is the state sport, and that Alaska has been officially recognized as a “right to mush” state by the legislature. A number of professional kennel owners spoke up at the meeting in support of the ordinance. Dee Dee Jonrowe, says the ordinance protects the dogs as well. In her forty years of mushing, Jonrowe says she’s seen positive changes in dog care.“And I believe that this ordinance is really helping to design the framework for the quality facilities that I think we would like to see all sled dogs have available to them.” Other mushers related negative incidents aimed at their sport… blocked trails and signs with derogatory messages. The ordinance spells out the the definition of interference with mushing, with possible fines for interference of up to one thousand dollars and imprisonment of 90 days. The Borough’s Animal Control Board did not offer an opinion on the ordinance. But John Wood, board chair and a sprint musher, noted the economic boost that mushing has become for the Valley“If you take a look at the economic driver that this industry provides for you, it’s immense. It’s an international sport. If we play our cards correctly, we could be the center of that. But some expressed concerns. Patty Rosnel spoke against the ordinance, saying that the Borough has not attached a fiscal note to the law, and that there is no money in the Borough budget to pay for enforcement. Despite that complaint, the ordinance passed unanimously, adding a new chapter to the Borough’s animal care regulations.
Juneau artist Constance Baltuck paints in the rocky shoreline of Lynn Canal. The legs of her easel are getting wet from the incoming tide. On the canvas, details emerge from the colors.Download AudioBaltuck says she’ll leave an easel for other artists this summer. (Photo by Lisa Phu/KTOO)“This is the barnacles and the kelp and the mussels, they’re just so beautiful the way they interact and cling to the rocks,” Baltuck says.Baltuck is the first artist of a pilot program at the cabin run by Alaska State Parks. Located 26 miles from downtown Juneau, the cabin is where former territorial Gov. Ernest Gruening wrote the book “The State of Alaska,” making a case for statehood several years before it would happen. The cabin started out as a summer getaway for the family and later became a year-round residence. More than six decades later, the historic cabin is now used as a retreat for Alaska artists.The Gruenings moved to Juneau in 1939. The cabin, known by the family as Eaglerock, was built in 1947. (Photo by Lisa Phu/KTOO)Park Superintendent Mike Eberhardt says the Ernest Gruening State Historic Park received $30,000 to run an artist-in-residence program for two years. The artists are required to hold a community workshop and contribute a piece of art to the park. Eberhardt hopes the program will generate more interest in the site.“Whatever art comes out of there, whether it be written or music or paintings, using that to publicize the state park system and with notoriety hopefully comes additional funding, comes additional support,” Eberhardt says.Eight artists from across the state applied for the residency and all were admitted for this startup year. Each will stay in the cabin for up to two weeks through September.For Baltuck, the park has been one inspiration after another.“This place is just alive, everywhere you look, there’s something flowering, jumping, creeping around in the woods, flying past the window,” Baltuck says.And she’s trying to capture as much of it as possible. Baltuck describes it as gathering starts — the beginnings of paintings she’ll finish later.Inside the cabin, unfinished works are laid on a bench or leaned against walls. She counts how many there are out loud.“Eleven this first week, plus I’m doing a series of little wildflower drawings,” Baltuck says. “This is supercharged for me. I’m going to have to go back to town and get more canvas because I’ve just about used up what I brought that I thought would last the whole 15 days.”Baltuck has done other artist residencies. She’s been in the middle of the desert at Arizona’s Petrified Forest National Park, in sand dunes above the Arctic Circle in Alaska’s Kobuk Valley National Park and once spent three months in Norway. Baltuck says each has shown her windows into different lives.As the tide comes in, Baltuck gathers her art supplies. (Photo by Lisa Phu/KTOO)For this residency, when she’s not on the rocks painting or at the easel inside the cabin, she’s on the deck sipping coffee. She watches people fishing and “the eagles,” Baltuck says. “They’re sometimes right up in the trees right over here and the evening is when they swoop back and forth, and I can see whales. And it’s always changing, whether it’s a beautiful sunset or just the clouds, how deep they settle on the mountains.”More than once, Baltuck calls the residency a gift – a gift of no distractions, no internet, no phone ringing, nobody waiting on you. It’s also a gift of time.“It’s so neat to settle into an experience of observing nature for hours, just looking at the same scene for hours and just knowing you have that time. There’s no rushing out here,” Baltuck says.The only concern, she says, is the tide. When the water comes up by your feet, it’s time to move.Baltuck’s work during the residency depict scenes of the park. (Photo by Lisa Phu/KTOO)
March 10, 2019 698 Views in Headlines, News Fannie Mae Freddie Mac Gateway Mortgage Group Ken Harrison Stephen Curry 2019-03-10 Donna Joseph Share Ken Harrison Joins Gateway Mortgage Group Gateway Mortgage Group, a full-service mortgage company licensed in 40 states and the District of Columbia, announced Ken Harrison, CMB as its VP of Agency Relations. In this role, Harrison will be responsible for managing relationships with Gateway’s most consequential investors, government and industry partners. In addition, he will play a key role in product development activities for the firm.“Ken is a signature hire for us; the depth of his experience at the agencies over the years provides us a wealth of insight, and helps inform our actions both strategically and tactically,” said Stephen Curry, CEO at Gateway. “We are excited to have him on our team, helping to build relationships and advocate on our behalf. He will be a great asset to Gateway.”Most recently, Harrison served as a customer account team leader at Fannie Mae, where he managed strategic relationships, business results, and performance for select clients including Gateway. Before Fannie Mae, he served at Freddie Mac from 1995 to 2017 in key roles including strategic client management, external operating risk management, servicing relations, and performance management.“I am excited to join such a great company, known for their strong culture,” Harrison said. “Gateway has had a long tradition of success in the mortgage industry, and I look forward to what the future holds as we evolve.”Gateway is one of the largest privately held mortgage origination and servicing companies in the United States. Established in 2000 and headquartered in Oklahoma, the company employs more than 1,100 team members in over 160 offices nationwide and currently services $18 billion in residential mortgages.
Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Top Stories Comments Share Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Your browser does not support the audio element. The Arizona Cardinals have done just about everything right through the first half of the 2014 season, including boasting an NFL-best 7-1 record and knocking off playoff-caliber teams like Dallas and Philadelphia.Bruce Arians’ group has won its last four games and looks nearly unbeatable of late, so the team would appear to be an early favorite to represent the NFC in Super Bowl XLIX, right? Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact LISTEN: Jake Plummer, former ASU and Cardinals quarterback The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo
RIVA, the leading motoryachts company, is bringing its splendid and glamorous yachts to the Miami Boat Show. Together with its exclusive new dealer for the US market, Allied Marine Group, Riva will show an unprecedented six models at this year’s show and will be introducing the new 68’ Ego Super to the US.Riva is a brand of Ferretti S.p.A., one of the leading companies in the design, construction and sale of luxury motoryachts. Riva boats represent refined beauty and timeless elegance for customers around the world. The likes of Brigitte Bardot and Elizabeth Taylor have been Riva fans. Riva has also made guest appearances in movies like “After the Sunset” with Pierce Brosnam and “Ocean’s Twelve” with Brad Pitt, George Clooney, Julia Roberts and Catherine Zeta-Jones.Also at the Show: The limited edition 75’ Venere Newport Collection and 63’ Vertigo, ensigns of the Riva evolution over the years, as well as the timeless classics Aquariva Super, Rivarama and Rivale heirs of the shipyard’s 167-year tradition.www.riva-yacht.com
LOS ANGELES – “Game of Thrones” is seeking to claim the Emmy Awards version of the Iron Throne one last time.When the Emmy nominations are released Tuesday, the HBO fantasy saga could be in the running for television’s top honor for its eighth and final season. It’s earned three previous top drama series awards and is the defending champ.“The Masked Singer” judge Ken Jeong and “The Good Place” star D’Arcy Carden are set to announce top-category contenders at the Television Academy in Los Angeles. They’ll be accompanied by TV academy chair and CEO Frank Scherma and academy president and COO Maury McIntyre.Emilia Clarke and Peter Dinklage are among the “Game of Thrones” stars who could make the cut. Clarke is trying for her first best drama actress bid after earning a trio of supporting nominations, while Dinklage is a three-time Emmy winner who’s competing again as a supporting actor.Other drama series vying for top honors include “Killing Eve,” ″Pose,” ″Bodyguard,” ″Ozark” and “This Is Us,” the NBC drama that could be the sole broadcast series to earn a top bid.“Veep,” which holds a trio of best comedy series Emmys, is in the hunt for its final trophies after wrapping its seven-season run.“The Big Bang Theory,” which ended this year after 12 seasons, is among its possible competitors, as are “Barry,” ″Fleabag” and 2018′s winner “The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel.”Netflix was the most-nominated outlet last year, snapping HBO’s 17-year winning streak.The 71st Emmy Awards will air Sept. 22 on Fox, with the host yet to be announced. The Emmy nominations are being released on TuesdayGame of Thrones could be in the running for TV’s top honour for its eighth and final seasonThe 71st Emmy Awards will air Sept. 22 on Fox, with the host yet to be announced ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Veep,’ ‘Big Bang,’ seek final Emmy nods This image released by HBO shows Julia Louis-Dreyfus in a scene from “Veep.” “Game of Thrones,” “Veep” and “The Big Bang Theory,” three major series that wrapped last season, will find out with Tuesday’s nominations if they have one more chance at Emmy gold. (Colleen Hayes/HBO via AP) Related Stories ‘Game of Thrones,’ ‘Veep’ make final grabs for Emmy glory Summary 71st Emmy Awards|emmy awards|game of thrones|nominations|The Big Bang Theory|Veep by Lynn Elber, The Associated Press Posted Jul 16, 2019 12:06 am PDT Last Updated Jul 16, 2019 at 8:36 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
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enforcement respond to a possible burglary in a neighborhood just west of downtown St PaulBut when the K-9 darted past a garbage dumpster screams suddenly filled the air"Oh there’s a lady" one of the police officers shouted according to footage from an officer’s body camThe dog’s jaws were clamped around the right arm of Desiree Collins a 52-year-old woman who happened to be taking out her garbage when the K-9 attacked The animal hauled Collins to the ground where she screamed and squirmed to break free as the dog refused to give"You’re fine you’re fine" one of the officers tried to tell Collins over pained shouts"Please" Collins eyes wide in pain "Help me"After about 30 seconds Gabe released Collins and the officers helped her up "What did I do to him" she asked"Nothing" an officer consolingly answered "Just in the wrong place at the wrong time"But according to lawyers for Collins the Sept 23 K-9 attack was no simple accident but the fault of the dog’s officer Thaddeus Schmidt"What 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What we can do is apologize and take responsibility" This is not the first time the police department has ended up in court over a K-9 attackLast March St Paul police agreed to a $2 million settlement with a man kicked by police and bitten by a K-9 dog in June 2016 In March 2016 the city paid out $200000 to a woman bitten by a K-9 dog that charged her in her backyard and bit her on the armThe lawsuit filed by Collins says that before latching on to her right arm the police dog bit her left leg causing multiple injuries The injuries were particularly difficult for Collins the lawsuit said whose left hand had been previously amputated due to burns sustained as a child The dog injured her good arm meaning it was hard for Collins to change her bandagesIn Collins’s lawsuit which alleges her Fourth Amendment rights were violated in the attack she charges the officer "should have been aware of this and also the specific danger to innocent people caused by the use of the long lead since he had his K-9 bit another innocent person in August 2016 for which he received supervisory counseling"Police told Fox-9 that after the incident Schmidt and the K-9 were sent to training for a month They are still on duty with the police departmentAuthor Information: Kyle Swenson is a reporter with The Washington Post’s Morning Mix teamThe recent all-expense-free tour sponsored by Nigeria’s foremost tourism firm VIP Express Tourism Nigeria has come and gone but the memory will linger for a very long time The amazing experience of the trip even from a critical journalistic mind has made me to emphasis that I wish to have more of such an experience It was a trip full of sweet memories My trip from Abuja to South Africa which was my final tour destination was greeted with greater excitement upon a connecting flight through Addis Ababa It was exciting having to reach two countries in a single tour Of course I had quite a memorable stay at Addis Ababa following the wonderful arrangement made to welcome me for the night of the stopover Besides being lodged in one of the best hotels in the country we were treated to a dinner one could delightfully dream to have Having being sponsored by one of the top tourism firms VIP Express Tourism Nigeria the usual immigration interrogation for foreigners visiting the country for the first time was done with high level of civility The VIP treatment accorded me upon arrival at the airport can best be imagined Without stress or much wait I was conveyed to my comfortable apartment in Pretoria Besides the security of the estate the serenity created the impression that one was truly on a vacation to rest and sleep away from all forms of stress But the most interesting part of the trip was the tour of different parts of the country The expert driver who doubled as the narrator attached to me on the tour made it even more interesting It was a moment I realized my aged-along dream of meeting with the legendary Nelson Mandela Even though Mandela is long gone I met his legacies; I met what keeps him living among his people even in death Of course a visit to his house in Soweto gave a different impression about a true African leader who engaged in a fulfilling yet selfless journey for his people But one cannot boast of visiting South Africa without the knowledge of its interesting historical journey Thanks to VIP Express for the tour of Voortrekker The history of South African bloody struggle with the Zulu was vividly captured and how what is now called a republic emerged The narrative and the trek were superb It was a sweet experience as I shared in the movement down South The journey towards Soweto created a balance for a better understanding of an African dichotomy where there is a clear societal strata I met the rich the middle class and the peasants As a journalist I took a few things away believing that African leaders will correct the societal imbalance as we move to catch up with the rest of the world But one remarkable thing was the charter which was written on marble It goes a long way to explain that despite being oppressed by our leaders the people will always find their voice That is the crux of the Soweto experience Similarly a tour of President Kruger’s house Church Square Union building the Constitutional House and Top of Africa gave me a better understanding of the Southern African country Its history its laws its purpose and its tourism potentials were vividly captured But all thanks to VIP Express Tourism Nigeria for the tour of Monateng Safari Lodge It was a beautiful sight to behold The serenity the green and panoramic scenery of the lodge the beautiful accommodation for tourists the recreational centres and wildlife reserve create the impression of ‘home away from home ‘ This last tour appears to me as the most memorable following a game drive It was amazing coming close to the amazing yet friendly animals in the reserve Indeed it was a huge experience Thanks to VIP Express Tourism 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Center on Monday San Antonio Spurs guard Bryn Forbes second from right shoots as Los Angeles Lakers forward LeBron James left guard Lonzo Ball second from left and forward Michael Beasley right defend during the first half AP San Antonio ran out 143-142 winners after two late free throw misses from James allowed Patty Mills to drain a jump shot for the Spurs with seven seconds remaining to snatch victory Mills’ late winner was the final act of a pulsating battle which saw the Lakers overturn a 128-120 deficit with a minute left in the fourth quarter to force overtime with James raising the roof with a three-pointer to tie the game James had looked poised to lead the Lakers to their first victory of the regular season after they surged into a 141-136 lead with 55 seconds of overtime remaining But San Antonio regrouped to come storming back and when James missed two free throws that would have given the Lakers a three-point lead Mills struck to give the Spurs the win The defeat left James reflecting on his first 0-3 start to the season since his rookie NBA year in 2003 The 33-year-old was able to draw positives from the loss however "I know what I got myself into" James told reporters "It’s a process We’ll be fine I didn’t come here thinking we were going to be blazing storms right out the gate "We’re going to continue to get better I like the direction we’re going in Obviously we haven’t got the results or the wins yet but it’s a long process" LaMarcus Aldridge led the scoring for San Antonio with 37 points while DeMar DeRozan added 32 Kyle Kuzma top scored for the Lakers with 37 points as James finished with 32 points Lakers coach Luke Walton said his team could take positives from the game despite the defeat "Overall very pleased with our guys tonight" Walton said "That’s three games we’ve had a chance to win now Obviously it’s about winning and losing at the end of the day "It’s a tough one to take but we’ll be back in the gym tomorrow doing it all over again" 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