Pinterest MOYES … MOYES … I WAS BUSY THINKING ‘BOUT MOYESIt has been less than a month since David Moyes strode into the Great Briton Suite at the D1ldoDome, wearing the fixed grin of a losing Oscar nominee, referring to himself in the third person, talking about those 11 years at Everton and wistfully wondering what Jags and Bainesy were up to at that very moment. His eyes were so full of hope. Or was it sadness? Hard to tell. Either way, it’s not taken long for Taxpayers FC to knock the optimism out of The Available One with all the force of Andy Carroll careering into an unsuspecting defender, elbows flailing, teeth flying. Poor Moyesie. Did you see him on the touchline at Vicarage Road last Sunday? He looked very let down, so it was no surprise to hear him tear into his new players after his first game ended in a drab 2-0 defeat by Watford.It was the kind of fatalistic rhetoric that might have had Sunderland fans nodding in recognition, not that Moyes is too interested in having a conversation about his year at the Stadium of Gloom. Instead he’ll answer about 11 successful years at Goodison Park or attempt to talk up his record at Manchester United, who lacked the foresight to realise what a manager they had on their hands. If only United had shown a bit more thought and provided him some kind of backing, he could have set about trying to give supporters what they were after: the return to Old Trafford of one of their heroes. But he was sacked before he had a chance and United’s loss was Sunderland’s gain, not that those north-east ingrates showed the Moyesiah any appreciation when he signed Darron Gibson. There’s no pleasing some people. Is it possible to look beyond all that cash with Manchester City, muses Barney Ronay.Liverpool’s sieve-like defence is not Alberto Moreno’s fault, writes Jonathan Wilson. Or at least it’s not all Alberto Moreno’s fault.Hamish McAlpine sounds like a Scottish goalkeeper in a comic, possibly one with magic gloves or a huge moustache that makes his goal impregnable. Graeme Webster has the lowdown on the real thing.Oh, and if it’s your thing … you can follow Big Website on Big Social FaceSpace. And INSTACHAT, TOO!AMEN Premier League: 10 things to look out for this weekend Share on Messenger Football Facebook Share on Facebook José Mourinho is concerned he won’t have the soon-to-be-out-of-contract Marouane Fellaini lumbering around his Manchester United midfield next season. “This is a discussion between the player and the board,” he sobbed. “I’m not involved in contracts, in deals, and I respect both – I respect the player because he has the right to decide his future. So I just wait, wishing they will have an understanding.”Paul Clement insists the good ship Do One is nowhere near Swansea and he isn’t going to be boarding it before or after they play Bournemouth. “I have not had any sort of discussion, ‘If you don’t do this, it’s going to be the end’,” Clement said. “Nothing like that at all, absolutely the opposite. [The board] are behind me and together we are going to get through this.” Erm. Mauricio Pellegrino says it’s nowhere near Southampton either. They play Everton next, so he has good reason to be confident. “We are five points from eighth. Or four points away [from the bottom three],” he soothed. “I’m scared about a lot of things, not my job.”Everton caretaker David Unsworth couldn’t give a flying one where it is because he knows he’ll be managing the reserves again soon after overseeing a 5-1 home defeat by Atalanta in front of about 12 fans that made a meaningless Big Vase match feel meaningful. “Our fans had paid good money to come and see this. They leave with a bad taste in their mouth and so do I,” he sniffed.West Brom caretaker Gary Megson reckons he’s more than qualified to look after the tracksuit and cap left behind by Tony Pulis. “I have done this for nearly 700 games and been a manager for a long, long time,” he blathered. “I just wanted to do what I felt was right for the football club.”Jürgen Klopp reckons Liverpool’s capitulation in Seville was his fault, not Alberto Moreno’s. “Yes the penalty was Alberto and the free-kick was Alberto but it was not one player,” he parped. “He’s not the player to blame. I am 100% responsible.And Danny Rose has been told by Mauricio Pochettino to stay in the Tottenham box he so desperately wants to get out of until he is told otherwise. “It surprised me to create a problem like this when there wasn’t one,” sighed Pochettino. “But for me I am happy that he was angry. If he is angry it means he wanted to play. But in the same way, I don’t care. Because it is my decision.” STILL WANT MORE?Ten! Things! To! Look! Out! For! This! Weekend! In! The! Premier! League! features Twitter Share on Twitter Twitter Pinterest Facebook It’s! On! Composite: Getty Images, Action Images, REX/Shutterstock, Reuters Share on Pinterest Facebook The Fiver Topics Share on WhatsApp Share on LinkedIn Messi after winning his fourth Golden Boot award. Photograph: Andreu Dalmau/EPA For charidee tho. Photograph: Mike Hewitt/Getty Images Pinterest Share via Email Twitter However, having heard all the mutinous chants Taxpayer FC’s fans sang about Gollivan at Vicarage Road, Moyes has realised it’s probably part of his remit to spread some love and urge everyone in east London to have a good old C0ckney knees-up before Friday’s visit from Leicester City. “I have come in and I don’t know the politics,” said the man who blamed his Sunderland catastrophe on a failure to do enough due diligence before taking the job. “I was shocked by it when I heard it. If we can do well on the pitch, then hopefully the supporters concentrate on getting right behind the team. Friday night football is quite good. People come to the game looking forward to the weekend. They may have a couple of drinks on the way in and look forward to a few drinks on their way home.”It was quite the rallying cry, and impressively delivered given that Big Andy, who’s had a bit of a funny turn recently, had the Scot in a headlock at the time. In fact, The Fiver’s already sunk 17 cans of Special Tin and has spent much of the day brawling with shoppers at nearby Westfield in readiness for the game. Do Moyes’s powers of motivation know no bounds? Apparently not, so that’s settled it. The D1ldoDome will be a hive of positivity, full of happy Hammers blowing bubbles and dreaming dreams and roaring the lads on to a famous 10-0 win, Lionel Messi scoring the lot, just like that judge off The Apprentice promised in that special shiny brochure. Nothing can go wrong from here. 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Ince slams Man Utd handing England trio new contractsby Paul Vegas10 months agoSend to a friendShare the loveFormer Manchester United captain Paul Ince has slammed the new contracts handed to three players.Ince questioned the decision to hand new deals to Chris Smalling, Luke Shaw and Jesse Lingard, insisting there are too many players at the club who ‘aren’t fit to wear the shirt.'”When players like Chris Smalling, Luke Shaw and Jesse Lingard are getting long-term contracts, it shows how backward they are going,” Ince told Paddy Power.“Give them two or three-year contracts to keep them hungry, but don’t spoil them when they aren’t good enough for the club anyway.”He continued: “A resounding issue at the club is that there are far too many players who aren’t fit to wear the shirt. Something has got to give.“I’m not one to call for Jose Mourinho’s head, but something urgently needs to change. The board need to decide whether they’re going to pay him off or give him more money for players.” TagsTransfersAbout the authorPaul VegasShare the loveHave your say
APM Terminals’ Moín Container Terminal (MCT) in Costa Rica has handled its first vessel, paving way for the start of commercial operations at the terminal’s first deep-sea berth, which has been approved by the National Council of Concessions (CNC). The permit, which is subject to meeting all safety and service requirements, will enable the transfer of all commercial container ships currently serviced at Puerto Limón and Puerto Moín to the MCT.This will take place once APM Terminals delivers the dock´s first phase, which includes two berths and 40 hectares of artificial island due in February 2019.Image Courtesy: APM TerminalsThe first ship to arrive at the terminal on October 27 was Cap Beatrice, to be followed this week by Hamburg Süd’s 3,947 TEU Polar México arriving from Panama. 70% of the cargo loaded onto the ship will consist of bananas and pineapples, destined for Northern Europe.“The authorization from CNC to start receiving commercial vessels, represents a significant step change in maritime cargo handling logistics in Costa Rica and a huge leap towards improving national competitiveness,” said Kenneth Waugh, Managing Director of APM Terminals Moín.“Thanks to the Moín Container Terminal, we will no longer be a port for small boats that require merchandise to be transferred to reach their final destination, but a port that is able to receive today’s largest container ships with direct connections and reliable intermodal links to key markets,” Waugh explained.MCT is built on an artificial island off the Caribbean coast of Costa Rica. Once completed, the terminal will cover around 80 hectares with a 1,500-meter quay and a depth of 16 meters. The access channel is 18-meters deep.Equipped with 39 electric container cranes and six Super-Post Panamax gantry cranes the terminal will be capable of handling container ships of up to 8,500 TEUs. In later stages of the development, the terminal aims to handle ships of up to 13,000 TEUs.Image and Video Courtesy: APMT
GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Canso Causeway Highway 104, at Canso Causeway, will have night work for placement of armor rock along a 1.2 kilometer section from the canal bridge, westerly to the Transportation Department’s scale house, Sunday to Friday. The work will occur from 7 p.m. to 7 a.m., beginning Monday, March 29 until Friday, May 21. Traffic control people and signage will be on site. Local Area Office: 902-533-2771 NEW WORK HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 102, Larry Uteck Interchange Detour ramps are open for traffic on Highway 102 (Bicentennial Highway) at the Larry Uteck Interchange. The detour provides two lanes in each direction around the construction site. Speed limit on the detour is 80 km/h. Local Area Office: 902-424-5591 HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Fairview Overpass Traffic on Joseph Howe Drive under the Fairview Overpass will have periodic lane closures from 6 a.m. to 4 p.m. until further notice. Traffic control people will be onsite, but delays are expected. Drivers should use alternate routes if possible. Local Area Office: 902-424-0054 CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Sydney River Bridge The Sydney River Bridge on Keltic Drive is reduced to one lane until Wednesday, April 14, for repairs. Residents of Coxheath and Westmount are encouraged to use the interchange on Coxheath Road to get to Highway 125 during the construction period. Local Area Office: 902-563-2245 GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Melford Brook Bridge The Melford Brook Bridge on Route 344 at Middle Melford is closed. A two-lane detour bridge is in place until a permanent bridge is built. The speed limit has been reduced to 60 km/h and warning signs are in place. Reduced weight restrictions are no longer in effect at this crossing. Local Area Office: 902-533-2771 INVERNESS COUNTY: Murrays Hill Bridge Murrays Hill Bridge, which crosses the Mabou River near Rankinville Road, is closed until further notice. Local Area Office: 902-625-4388 HANTS COUNTY: Trunk 2 Traffic on Trunk 2 will be reduced to one lane in Shubenacadie for upgrades to the drainage system. Work will take place from sunrise to sunset and is scheduled to be completed Sunday, April 25. Local Area Office: 902-883-9789 KINGS COUNTY: Hantsport Kates Bridge, on Tannery Road in Hantsport, is closed for repairs until further notice. A detour is available on Avon Street. Local Area Office: 902-527-5448 KINGS COUNTY: Bridge Closure The Busby McMahon Bridge on Brooklyn Street, near Aylesford, is open to one lane until further notice. Traffic lights are in place. Local Area Office: 902-679-4979 CONTINUING WORK VICTORIA COUNTY: Corsen Bridge Corsen Bridge, two kilometres before Ingonish, continues to be reduced to one lane. Local Area Office: 902-295-2700 -30-
Premier Stephen McNeil offered congratulations today, Oct. 20, to prime minister-designate Justin Trudeau on his victory in the federal election. “I want to congratulate Mr. Trudeau on his electoral victory,” said Premier McNeil. “I look forward to having a prime minister who will sit down with the provinces to develop a national vision that is in the best interests of Nova Scotians and all Canadians. “I also offer my appreciation to all the men and women who put their names forward for office in this election, for caring about making our country and our communities better.” -30-
Al Kharj (Saudi Arabia): The US said Friday Iran has no right to respond to diplomacy “with military force”, a day after Tehran shot down a US reconnaissance drone over the Strait of Hormuz. “Our diplomacy does not give Iran the right to respond with military force,” Brian Hook, the US special representative on Iran, told reporters in Saudi Arabia. “Iran needs to meet diplomacy with diplomacy, not military force.”
Washington: US actor and filmmaker Peter Fonda, who became an international star in 1969 with “Easy Rider,” died at his home in Los Angeles at the age of 79. The cause of death was respiratory failure arising from lung cancer. “It is with deep sorrow that we share the news that Peter Fonda has passed away,” the family said on Friday, Efe news reported. “In one of the saddest moments of our lives, we are not able to find the appropriate words to express the pain in our hearts. And, while we mourn the loss of this sweet and gracious man, we also wish for all to celebrate his indomitable spirit and love of life,” his family told the media. Also Read – I have personal ambitions now: Priyanka “In honour of Peter, please raise a glass to freedom,” the family statement concluded, quoting a line from “Easy Rider.” Son of Hollywood giant Henry Fonda and younger brother of Jane Fonda, Peter Fonda entered show business in his early 20s, working on Broadway as well as in television and film. But he fell out of favour with big studios due to his long hair and drug use and spent years doing small-budget films until he was able to raise enough money to make “Easy Rider.” Also Read – Salman Khan remembers actor Vinod Khanna Starring Fonda, Dennis Hopper and Jack Nicholson, the film was a global blockbuster. Fonda, Hopper – who also directed – and Terry Southern shared an Oscar nomination for best screenplay, while Nicholson was nominated for Best Supporting Actor. Nearly three decades later, Fonda earned a Best Actor nomination for his performance in the highly acclaimed “Ulee’s Gold.” Fonda, in the guise of his Captain America persona from “Easy Rider,” became a counterculture icon alongside contemporaries such as Mick Jagger, Jimi Hendrix, Muhammad Ali and John Lennon. “I am very sad. He was my sweet-hearted baby brother. The talker of the family. I have had beautiful alone time with him these last days. He went out laughing,” Jane Fonda said in a statement to The Hollywood Reporter. Peter Fonda is survived by his third wife, Margaret DeVogelaere, and his children, Bridget Fonda and Justin Fonda. Both of the children appeared briefly in “Easy Rider” and Bridget went on to act in dozens of films as an adult, including “The Godfather III” and “Jackie Brown.”
Former Philadelphia Eagles Offensive Lineman Todd Herremans made a surprise visit to Philadelphia charities to donate funds raised from the third annual Hoops for Help event that was held last March.Todd Herremans Presents Check To Adopt A PigTodd and wife Elizabeth presented checks to the representatives of: Adopt a Pig, Fraternal Order Survivors Fund, Magee Rehabilitation Hospital and The Widows Fund of the Local 22 Charitable Trust.“Philadelphia is and will always be my home, and it’s important to me to give back to charities that do so much for this community,” said Herremans. “These organizations are so important for the city and it’s the least that I can do to thank them for helping so many people.”Todd can also be seen in this month’s ESPN The Magazine Body issue, where he was photographed with his teammates from the Indianapolis Colts. The Todd Herremans Foundation will receive proceeds from the sixth annual Rothamel Bratton LLC September Scramble golf tournament taking place September 18, 2015 in Marlton, NJ and the fourth annual Hoops for Help event will be held March 24, 2016 in Philadelphia.The Foundation, which provides resources for charitable organizations was created by Herremans to effect positive change in the communities of Philadelphia and surrounding areas, as well as his home state of Michigan.
by Ross Marowits, The Canadian Press Posted Dec 20, 2012 5:39 pm MDT Primaris Retail REIT said Thursday it is in contact with potential buyers in Canada and elsewhere who may be interested in topping a $4.4-billion hostile takeover offer by a consortium led by KingSett Capital.Chief executive John Morrison urged unitholders to reject what he called KingSett’s “opportunistic” bid because it “undervalues” the shopping centre real estate trust.“This is not the end of the story,” he said in an interview from Toronto.Morrison said financial advisers Canaccord Genuity Corp. and Evercore Partners have reached out to many potential bidders and are also receiving inquiries.“It’s not just them reaching out, there’s companies that are expressing interest as well.”In its proxy circular responding to KingSett, the Toronto-based REIT said its board unanimously rejected the offer because of its low price, which doesn’t provide an appropriate change of control premium.The price of Primaris (TSX:RMZ.UN) units has surged more than 16 per cent since the offer was announced Dec. 5, and is trading above the $26 per unit bid price. The units gained nine cents to close at $26.79 in Thursday trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange.Morrison said that reflects the market’s belief that the company, which has a large portfolio of shopping centres from coast to coast in Canada, is worth more than what has been offered by KingSett and its consortium, which includes the Ontario Pension Board.The proposed offer, if successful, would also see RioCan Real Estate Investment Trust (TSX:REI.UN) buy five regional malls and three other shopping centres currently owned by Primaris for $1.1 billion.Not only does KingSett’s bid not take into account the strategic value of the assets, he said it doesn’t reflect any upside from potential acquisitions and development growth.“This offer really fails to compensate the unitholders for the underlying value of all the assets. This is a big shopping centre portfolio from coast to coast.”While he wouldn’t say how much higher an acceptable bid would be, Morrison believes Primaris can attract a more financially attractive price.Primaris said the offer is designed to take advantage of the holidays when other potential parties could face challenges in organizing an alternative bid, and isn’t permitted under the Primaris unitholder rights plan.He said the trust has heard from large unitholders which are unhappy with the hostile bid and don’t want to see the company disappear. He urged all unitholders to read its proxy circular and consult the website launched at www.primarisrealvalue.comFinancial adviser Canaccord Genuity said the bid price was “inadequate” from a financial point of view to Primaris investors, other than those making the offer and its affiliates.KingSett’s offer expires Jan. 17. Primaris expects the deadline will be extended because its unitholder rights plan prevents KingSett from purchasing any units under its offer until the independent committee has completed its discussions with third parties and its canvass of possible alternatives.The plan also gives Primaris 60 days to find an alternative bidder.Morrison hopes that’s enough time to strike a more attractive deal.Primaris owns 35 properties comprising 1.3 million square metres (14.7 million square feet) of space in Canada. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Primaris talking to potential suitors in Canada and abroad to beat KingSett bid
OSU sophomore defender Austin Bergstrom pushes the ball up the pitch during a game against Akron Sept. 24 at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium. OSU lost 3-1.Credit: Ben Jackson / For The LanternComing off two wins against ranked teams, the Ohio State men’s soccer team’s focus was to not fall into a trap against a supposedly weaker squad.“If your aspirations are to go farther and compete maybe for a Big Ten championship or hopefully gain an NCAA Tournament bid, if you believe you can do that, you cannot let down against a team like Oakland,” OSU coach John Bluem said Monday.Unfortunately for the Buckeyes, a let down is exactly what happened.OSU (4-4-3, 2-1-0) fell to Oakland (3-5-1) in Rochester, Mich., by a final score of 1-0 Wednesday evening.The Grizzlies struck in the first half when senior forward Joey Tinnion received a pass off a misplay by OSU and put it past OSU redshirt-senior goalkeeper Alex Ivanov for the game’s lone score. The goal was Tinnion’s second of the season.The Buckeyes had their chances throughout the game, but were unable to get anything on the board.OSU took 12 shots, but only two of those were shot on goal. Overall, Oakland outshot OSU, 13-12, including a 4-2 advantage in shots on the mark.OSU’s slow day on offense came days after a six-shot-on-target, three-goal game against Michigan State last Saturday.Oakland has now won three straight games after beginning the season with five consecutive losses and a draw.The loss was the first for the Buckeyes against the Grizzlies in 14 all-time meetings. OSU was previously 11-0-2 in the series, including a 4-0 victory in Columbus last season.Before the game, OSU had found itself at No. 13 in the NCAA RPI rankings on top of receiving four votes in the coaches poll coming off its two wins against ranked opponents.The Buckeyes’ next shot to get back to their winning ways is set to come at home when they host No. 10 Indiana on Sunday. That game is scheduled to kick off at 2 p.m. at Jesse Owens Memorial Stadium.
UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon stressed that considerable progress has been achieved in the Cyprus UN peace talks in his report to the Security Council.Ban recommended to the Council to extend the mandate of the United Nations Peacekeeping Forces in Cyprus mission for six months, until 15 June 2010 and added that the two sides have not yet considered in depth the role which the UN would be expected to play in support of a settlement.On the UN-led direct talks for a Cyprus solution, Ban Ki-moon points out that “although considerable progress has been achieved in the Cyprus talks, the two sides have not yet considered in depth the role which the UN would be expected to play in support of a settlement”.’In addition, he says it is “too early to be able to identify with sufficient confidence the parameters of the UN involvement in the context of a possible solution. At the same time”, he adds, “UNFICYP has initiated preparatory activities, based on a range of possible outcomes and scenarios, in the framework of contingency planning as requested by the Council. For the time being, such planning will continue to proceed in a flexible manner and be guided by the evolution in the talks and the views of the parties on the role they would like the UN to play in the implementation of an agreement”.Ban underlines that “it is my firm belief that UNFICYP continues to play a vital and unique role on the island, including in support of my good offices mission” and recommends to the Security Council to extend the mandate of the mission for six months, until 15 June 2010.The report notes that both communities continued to rely on UNFICYP’s civilian assistance, which ranges from humanitarian and economic matters to a variety of bicommunal issues affecting the lives of Cypriots.It commends both sides for reaching an agreement on opening the Limnitis crossing and calls for urgent implementation of stage two of the restoration at the Ledra Street crossing. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Hadopi dévoile le contenu de son premier mail d’avertissement France – L’Hadopi (Haute autorité pour la diffusion des œuvres et la protection des droits sur Internet) a dévoilé à la presse le contenu exact du premier mail d’avertissement que recevront les internautes soupçonnés de téléchargement illégal. Un moyen de réduire les escroqueries que ne manquera certainement pas d’inspirer la Haute Autorité.Mardi prochain, les responsables de l’Hadopi donneront une conférence de presse pour évoquer les avancées de la riposte graduée mise en place pour tenter de lutter contre le téléchargement d’œuvres protégées par des droits d’auteurs. En attendant, ils ont dévoilé le contenu du premier mail d’avertissement que recevront très prochainement les internautes.Dans ce message, la haute autorité reproche à son destinataire “un manquement à (son) obligation de surveillance”. Les internautes concernés liront le texte suivant, contenant adresse IP, numéro de dossier et leurs coordonnées précises : “Des agents assermentés ont constaté que le XXXX, une ou plusieurs œuvres protégées étaient reproduites, consultées ou offertes en partage depuis l’accès à Internet correspondant à l’adresse IP n°XXXXX. Cette adresse avait été attribuée à ce moment par la société XXXX, votre fournisseur d’accès à Internet à : (adresse du FAI)”.Ces détailsréduisent les risques d’attaques de type phishing, qui consistent en l’envoi de masse de faux e-mails, ne mentionnant donc pas d’informations précises. Hadopi indique par ailleurs que les mails d’avertissement et de recommandation ne comportent aucun lien cliquable, ne proposent aucun achat de logiciel, ni souscription à un quelconque service. L’Hadopi ne réclame pas non plus d’argent.À lire aussiHadopi : le budget revu à la baisse ?Le mail de deux pages se contente de recommander à l’internaute concerné de prendre “dans les meilleurs délais, toute mesure de façon effective, pour mettre en place un ou plusieurs moyens de sécurisation”. Et le mail de conclure : “En cas de nouveaux manquements à votre obligation de surveillance, une contravention de négligence caractérisée pourrait être constituée à votre égard”.Lundi, Eric Walter, le secrétaire général de l’Hadopi, a annoncé sur Sudradio que les premiers mails d’avertissement seront envoyés dans les prochaines 48 heures, et ce bien que le label de spécification des logiciels de protection recommandés ne soit pas encore défini. Le 28 septembre 2010 à 16:08 • Emmanuel Perrin
HP veut concurrencer Apple avec sa nouvelle tablette TouchPadLe fabricant a dévoilé hier son nouveau terminal, TouchPad sous WebOS. Il devrait être commercialisé cet été.HP débarque sur le marché des tablettes. Le constructeur vient d’annoncer l’arrivée prochaine de son TouchPad, concurrent direct à l’iPad d’Apple et aux tablettes sous Android présentées au Consumer Electronic Show de Las Vegas début janvier.Les premières images diffusées dévoilent une tablette similaire à celle d’Apple au niveau des dimensions. Par ailleurs, le TouchPad intégrera un écran 9,7 pouces tactile, un processeur Qualcomm Snapdragon double coeur 1,2 GHz, une caméra frontale 1,3 mégapixels, un GPS et une prise micro-USB. Il sera animé par WebOS, le système développé par Palm.Par ailleurs, ZDNet.fr précise que la tablette d’HP sera disponible avec 16 ou 32 Go de stockage interne en version WiFi dans un premier temps. Puis viendront les versions 3G et 4G.HP n’a pas annoncé de date de sortie, mais a déclaré que son TouchPad serait probablement commercialisé durant l’été. Par ailleurs, aucun prix n’a été mentionné pour le moment par le constructeur.Découvrez le TouchPad en vidéo sur Maxisciences.Le 10 février 2011 à 09:19 • Emmanuel Perrin
Day 4 : Cleaned up nicely in the rain. A sour scent drifts in through the bedroom windows. pic.twitter.com/a75u0dqTxu— Chet (@sealless) June 21, 2019 Day 5 : I am learning a new way to judge wind speed. pic.twitter.com/JY3INv8QQx— Chet (@sealless) June 22, 2019 Stay on target Day 13 : Snowing? Molting.#squirrel #Syracuse pic.twitter.com/qAvNXharAX— Chet (@sealless) July 1, 2019Finally, on Monday, July 1, National Grid took down the squirrel after it received an inquiry from Syracuse.com. According to a National Grid spokeswoman, the company doesn’t typically remove objects from wires unless they could be threatening to electrical service. However, they were reportedly concerned that the neighbors would hurt themselves if they tried to take down the squirrel.Day 14 (update) : This is the way the squirrel ends / Not with a bang but a whimper.Thanks @nationalgridus #squirrel #Syracuse pic.twitter.com/8YxnvluqnW— Chet (@sealless) July 2, 2019“Rest in power,” sweet Freddie.More on Geek.com:This Giant Technicolor Squirrel Can Jump 20 Feet HighBiologist Discovers Flying Squirrels That Glow Pink in the DarkThis Squirrel Eating an Egg Roll Is New York’s New Furry Hero Watch: Dolphin Leaps Feet Away From Unsuspecting SurferWatch: Deep-Sea Octopus ‘Billows Like a Circus Tent’ Day 10 : Change of perspective does not improve the situation. pic.twitter.com/JC63pwKU4x— Chet (@sealless) June 27, 2019 Some upstate New York residents are not happy after a utility company reportedly ignored their requests to take down an electrocuted, dead squirrel hanging from wires in their neighborhood.About two weeks ago, the squirrel got electrocuted because it was trying to eat the utility wires, Syracuse.com reported. Annoyed by National Grid’s unresponsiveness, some residents started posting pictures of the animal’s carcass on Facebook and Twitter to get their attention, Fox News noted. Neighbors named the animal Freddie after Curtis Mayfield’s 1972 song, “Freddie’s Dead.”Day 1 : He might be sleeping.Day 2 : He is definitely hosting some kind of flying insect convention.Day 3 : The pouring rain enhances the sadness.@nationalgridus says don’t call us unless the power goes out.Rest In Power, Eastwood Squirrel. #squirrels #Syracuse pic.twitter.com/oH7WWgSJJy— Chet (@sealless) June 20, 2019
AP Posted: March 22, 2019 AP, Trump policy of sending asylum seekers to Mexico faces judge March 22, 2019 SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A U.S. judge in San Francisco will scrutinize the Trump administration’s policy of returning asylum seekers to Mexico during a court hearing Friday to help him decide whether to block the practice.Civil rights groups have asked Judge Richard Seeborg in San Francisco to put the asylum policy on hold while their lawsuit moves forward. Seeborg was not expected to rule immediately.The policy began in January at the San Ysidro border crossing in San Diego, marking an unprecedented change to the U.S. asylum system . Families seeking asylum are typically released in the U.S. with notices to appear in immigration court.The administration later expanded the policy to the Calexico port of entry, about 120 miles (193 kilometers) east of the San Ysidro crossing.The lawsuit on behalf of 11 asylum seekers from Central America and legal advocacy groups says the administration is violating U.S. law by failing to adequately evaluate the dangers that migrants face in Mexico.It also accuses Homeland Security and immigration officials of depriving migrants of their right to apply for asylum by making it difficult or impossible to do so.“Instead of being able to focus on preparing their cases, asylum seekers forced to return to Mexico will have to focus on trying to survive,” according to the lawsuit filed in February by the American Civil Liberties Union, the Southern Poverty Law Center and the Center for Gender & Refugee Studies.The Trump administration hopes that making asylum seekers wait in Mexico will discourage weak claims and help reduce an immigration court backlog of more than 800,000 cases.The Justice Department said in court documents that the policy “responds to a crisis of aliens, many of whom may have unmeritorious asylum claims, overwhelming the executive’s immigration-detention capacity, being released into the U.S. to live for many years without establishing an entitlement to relief, and often never appearing for immigration proceedings.”Border Patrol arrests, the most widely used gauge of illegal crossings, have risen sharply over the last year but are relatively low in historical terms after hitting a 46-year low in 2017.A federal law allows the Homeland Security secretary to return immigrants to Mexico at her discretion, Justice Department officials said in a court filing this month urging Seeborg not to block the policy.The civil rights groups said that law does not apply to asylum seekers who cross the border illegally or arrive at an entry port without proper documents.The policy followed months of delicate talks between the U.S. and Mexico. Mexicans and children traveling alone are exempt from it. Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitter
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Hyderabad: There is a discussion among TRS leaders on possible threat from Telangana BJP even as Chief Minister K Chandrashekar Rao has asked party leaders not to respond to any criticism by leaders of the Saffron party. The TRS leaders feel that after decimation of the Telugu Desam and Congress in the state, the BJP would become an alternative to the party and the issue coming in the discussion in the party’s state executive committee meeting gives an indication when KCR asked the party leaders not to respond to the criticism of the BJP leaders. Also Read – Farmers stage rasta roko against urea shortage in Kamareddy Advertise With Us He had told the party leaders that the BJP leaders would make noise for a few days and later calm down. However, the party leaders feel that they would have to counter the BJP resisting the ‘Operation Akarsh’ by the Saffron party to gain strength in the state. Scores of leaders from the Telugu Desam and Congress have joined the BJP and there are more leaders to follow. According to the TRS leaders, the change in the stance taken by their party chief against the Centre is also something to do with the caution given by him to the party leaders. Also Read – Ramagundam: Focus on company’s growth, community development Advertise With Us During the first tenure of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, the Chief Minister had good relations with the Centre. However, after Modi took charge as the Prime Minister for the second time, the TRS chief is yet to meet him. Of late, the Pink party leaders have been targeting the BJP leaders in press conferences. Recently, party leader K Prabhakar and others lashed out at the BJP leaders for giving religious colour to small incidents in the state. Advertise With Us A senior leader of the party said that the BJP may become the main Opposition especially after the other two Opposition parties losing their base. “The TDP leaders are lining up to join the BJP and there is a talk of senior Congress leaders too are interested in joining the BJP and in such case, the party may have to face competition from the Saffron party,” opined the TRS leaders. However, the TRS leader said that with a few ZPTCs and one MLA, there is nothing to worry as of now and people of the state have faith in TRS chief KCR.
By Michelle Richardson, Special to the AFROThe Baltimore Police Department (BPD) is investigating five separate shootings, Oct. 16 that left several people injured and three men dead.The shooting violence started a little before 2 a.m. and by 8 p.m., at least eight people had been shot including a 69 year-old woman according to the BPD.At 1:40 a.m., officers responded to the 5300 block of Cordelia Avenue in Northwest Baltimore where they found a 69-year-old woman who had been shot.(AP Photo)Approximately an hour and a half later, a 36-year-old man walked into a hospital with a gunshot wound to the back; investigators determined he had been shot in the same incident as the 69-year-old woman.Both victims who had not been identified by press time are expected to survive.Several hours later at 9:04 a.m., police responded to a report of another shooting in the 2900 block of Westwood Avenue in West Baltimore. There officers found a 21-year-old male and a 18-year-old female.According to investigators, both victims were sitting in a car when a gunman approached and opened fire.Both victims suffered from non-life threatening injuries.Three men were shot in the Penn North neighborhood around noon according to police.The 2400 block of Pennsylvania Ave., outside the Penn Super Market at the corner of Cumberland Street, was blocked off in both directions as police investigated and collected evidence.According to police, a call was dispatched for shots fired at approximately 12:11 p.m. When officers arrived on the scene, they found three men suffering from gunshot wounds.One of the victims, a 29-year-old male was shot in the torso. He was later pronounced dead at a local hospital.The other two victims, a 35-year-old and a 37-year-old were shot in the foot and the calf respectively. Their condition was not immediately known at press time.Approximately two hours later, police arrived at Fayette St. near Monroe St., in West Baltimore for yet another shooting.A man was found suffering from multiple gunshot wounds. He was transported to an area hospital where he later died.The final shooting on Oct. 16 was also a fatal shooting. Police responded to N. Carey St. and Riggs Ave. in West Baltimore, just after 6 p.m., where they discovered a 52-year-old man shot in the head. He died later at an area hospital.Police are investigating all of the shootings, but have not divulged motives for any of them at this time.Police ask anyone with information to contact them at 410-396-2100, or leave an anonymous tip with Metro Crime Stoppers at 1-866-7LOCKUP.
Kolkata: The decomposed body of a three-year-old girl was recovered from inside a manhole at Shyamlal Street on Friday night. Locals said that the child was missing since Wednesday and according to the primary autopsy report, the child was strangulated to death.Local sources informed that the child used to live with her family members on the pavement opposite to Shyamlal Street in front of Deshbandhu Park. On Wednesday night, her family members all of a sudden noticed that she was missing. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifePrimarily, they tried to search the area, but failed to locate her. Later, with the help of other locals, a search was conducted but in vain.On Thursday, the child’s father lodged a complaint with Ultadanga police station. After commencing the probe to locate the missing child, police could not gather any clues that might have led them to her. On Friday night, a few locals saw a manhole inside a compound of a four-storeyed building was partly open. When some of them peeped in and looked into the manhole, they saw the girl. Also Read – Speeding Jaguar crashes into Mercedes car in Kolkata, 2 pedestrians killedImmediately, the owner of the building was informed. At around 11:10 pm, the police recovered the decomposed body of the missing child. After getting the primary autopsy report, investigators are now trying to understand if there was any enmity with the girl’s family members. Also, the police have tracked a few CCTV cameras on the main road just outside Shyamlal Street and inside a nearby school compound. Sources informed that the footage from the CCTV cameras installed has been viewed but nothing suspicious could be traced. The investigators are yet to look into the footage of the CCTV camera inside the nearby school campus. It is also not clear whether the girl has been sexually harassed or not.
Australians finally can sign up to Amazon Prime.Image: Quinn Rooney/Getty ImagesBy Johnny Lieu2018-06-18 18:42:32 -0700 It took a long time for Australians to get Amazon, and even longer to get Prime.The membership program is finally available in the country, offering free delivery on products as well as access to Prime Video and other services like Twitch Prime and Prime Reading.Interestingly, A$6.99 (US$5.27) or A$59 (US$44.51) for the year, it’s half the price of what U.S. customers are paying for the service.However, Prime in Australia only offers free two-day business delivery, whereas you can get free same-day or next day delivery in the U.S. for some items on Amazon. Australian Prime does offer free delivery for international orders over $49, however.Two-day shipping is available in all major cities except Darwin, as well as and regional cities such as Albury-Wodonga, Bendigo, Gold Coast, Newcastle and more. In more remote locations, Prime members will get free shipping that will be as fast as four or five days.“We are really proud to bring Australians the most extensive set of Prime benefits at launch for any country — ever,” Jamil Ghani, VP of Prime International at Amazon, said in a statement. “This is just the beginning for Prime in Australia, as we will keep making Prime better, adding even more selection and benefits.” If you’re keen, Prime is offering a 30-day free trial, and the price has been lowered to A$4.99 per month until Jan. 31 next year.