New Delhi: BJP’s North East Delhi candidate Manoj Tiwari on Sunday held the Congress party responsible for failing to develop his constituency during its time in government, both in Delhi and at the Centre. Tiwari said that despite Delhi being the Capital of the country, governments prior to the Narendra Modi-led government have done nothing to develop North East Delhi.Other BJP candidates for the seven seats also had a field day launching scathing attacks at both the major opposition parties. At a public meeting in his constituency, South Delhi candidate Ramesh Bidhuri accused his AAP opponent Raghav Chadha of circulating fake news and trying to mislead people. Several of Tiwari’s public meetings were attended by former Congress leader Bhishm Sharma, who recently joined BJP. Sharma also leveled serious accusations against his old party. He said that after having been involved in politics for over 40 years, he was extremely disappointed to see his party try to ally with “an anti-national party” like AAP. Moreover, BJP’s Chandni Chowk candidate Harsh Vardhan also tore into Kejriwal for bringing up the full statehood demand for Delhi. While the incumbent MPs went about their campaigns, fresh entrant Gautam Gambhir got campaign help from Bhojpuri singer Pawan Singh, who addressed public meetings, seeking votes for the former cricketer.
The Sri Lankan blue helmets were on patrol in the Martissant district when they were shot by unknown gunmen, a spokesperson for the mission, known as MINUSTAH, told the UN News Centre.Sophie Boutaud de la Combe said the men were taken to a local hospital but their injuries are not considered to be life-threatening.She added that because the patrol was unable to identify the source of the gunfire, it did not return fire, in line with the rules of engagement for UN peacekeeping missions.Protests have broken out across Haiti this week because of the rising cost of basic goods in the country, already the poorest in the entire Western Hemisphere. This morning fresh demonstrations were held in several towns and cities, some of them because of blackouts that have lasted four days. No schools were open in Port-au-Prince today and many businesses were closed or slow to open.UN installations and vehicles have also been attacked and in some cases burned over the past week, although Ms. Boutaud de la Combe said there was no evidence yet that UN personnel were being deliberately targeted.Yesterday Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon issued a statement deploring the violence while appealing for calm and voicing sympathy for the suffering of the Haitian people.UN agencies are operating across the country to bring relief, with the World Food Programme (WFP) feeding more than one million schoolchildren and the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) and the Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) also providing support to people in need.Ms. Boutaud de la Combe stressed that MINUSTAH’s efforts to bring development to Haiti was a long-term project.“We are in a corner right now, and the corner is between law and order and development… But we are confident that the results will show up quickly if we continue our efforts on the ground and the international community continues its support.” 10 April 2008Three United Nations peacekeepers serving in Haiti were shot last night in a poor neighbourhood of the capital, Port-au-Prince, amid widespread public demonstrations and discontent over the rising cost of the living in the impoverished Caribbean country.
David Cameron said he looks forward to working with the Sri Lankan Government and he hopes that this new year will bring communities closer together in helping to heal the wounds of the past. (Colombo Gazette) “But it is also a time to remember that Britain’s Tamil and Sinhalese communities are huge success stories and doing great things for our nation. I see this contribution every day. I see how Tamil and Sinhalese businessmen and women are boosting the economy by creating jobs and opportunities. I see how you contribute to our public services – as teachers in our schools, doctors in our hospitals. I see what you do in building strong communities. You play an immensely positive role,” he added. British Prime Minister David Cameron says he looks forward to working with the Sri Lankan Government.In a message to mark the traditional Sinhala and Tamil New Year, David Cameron said that this is an incredibly important time when millions of people will be coming together with families, friends and neighbours to celebrate their new year. The British Prime Minister said that when he met with President Maithripala Sirisena in Malta last year, he announced a significant increase in UK support for reconciliation and human rights, recognising the considerable progress Sri Lanka has made and helping to ensure that President Sirisena can advance the important reform work he has already begun.
David FancyIain Lidstone rarely sees himself reflected in classic theatre works.The transgendered man, a recent Brock University Dramatic Arts graduate, said classical texts don’t often represent diverse gender identities.Not seeing yourself in such an important medium of expression not only makes it difficult to connect to the art, it also sends a message of exclusion, he said.David FancyAssociate Professor David Fancy in the Department of Dramatic Arts believes changing how actors are trained is key in making sure diversity in race, gender, sexuality and physical abilities is represented in the theatre.“So much well-intentioned theatre and performance in Canada is marked by patriarchal depictions of women and men; of racist depictions of black, indigenous and other bodies; and of ableist depictions of so-called ‘disabled’ bodies,” Fancy said.He is using a $65,000 grant from the Ontario Ministry of Training, Colleges and Universities to develop an online teaching module exploring elements of diversity in acting training. Thirteen videos are being produced to deal with diversity issues covering racism, sexism and ableism.Discussions about diverse depictions in theatre, or lack thereof, are uncomfortable and often dismissed, Fancy said.“A lot of existing actor training is based on old-fashioned assumptions about what a person is, namely white and male. This is just embedded in the unconscious.” David Fancy“A lot of existing actor training is based on old-fashioned assumptions about what a person is, namely white and male. This is just embedded in the unconscious,” he explained.But, he said theatre is such a powerful medium it’s important for it to reflect all people. Depictions in theatre matter, he said.“If we show women to be lesser than men, other-than-white bodies to be lesser than white bodies, gay to be lesser than straight, ‘disabled’ bodies to be lesser than able bodies – even if the playwright tells us to – then we’re just promoting stereotypes our societies have inherited from long histories of injustice and exclusion,” Fancy said.Lidstone worked as a research assistant on the project and participated in one of the videos led by Kelsy Vivash dealing with diversities in gender and sexuality. In the video, she tackles the subject of transgender visibility in theatre and Lidstone is interviewed.He said overcoming stereotypes in classic texts is all about how you approach the text and present it. This can start with the actors and how they interpret the character and performance.Fancy said the 13 videos were written by a wide range of voices, each of them an artist and a thinker.“It’s theoretical but it’s also artistic,” he said of the videos.They range from 12-20 minutes long and can be used in and out of the classroom. A website is being created and the videos will be available on YouTube.“It’s about making acting training more inclusive, more complex and more equitable,” Fancy said.He said management of the project and its execution included Matt Clare and Giulia Forsythe from Brock’s Centre for Pedagogical Innovation and the help of research assistants Lidstone and Kendra Neaves.For more information visit www.brocku.ca/diversities-in-actor-training
If you want to be the first of your friends to say you bought an iPad 2, take note that Apple will officially open up its online store for orders of the device at 4:00 AM Eastern Time.Of course, customers who place their orders online will have to wait for it to be delivered. Those who want to actually have an iPad 2 in hand tomorrow will have to wait until 5:00 PM, when Apple retail stores will actually put the device on their shelves.AdChoices广告That’s the same time that other retailers, including AT&T, Verizon, Walmart, Best Buy, and Target have also been instructed to begin selling the gadget.Exclusively for customers who go to an Apple Store, a free Personal Setup service will be offered. This means e-mail synchronization, iTunes linking, and even a few free apps will all be set up before leaving the store.As a reminder, here’s the rundown of Apple 2 prices:WIFI– 16GB: $499– 32GB: $599– 64GB: $6993G– 16GB: $629– 32GB: $729– 64GB: $829
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Hoteliers and travel agencies have experienced a drop in bookings from domestic travellers this summer compared to this time last year, reports Kathimerini.The slump, which has been attributed to the impending increase in taxes, is expected to extend right through to August, when the majority of Greeks are known to take time off. Though those in the travel industry have their fingers crossed for a last-minute change of heart, this could be based on false hope, with taxes set to spike at the start of the month. Those lucky enough to take a holiday are doing so for shorter periods of time, and are looking to reduce their regular holiday spending budget with special offers and discounts.According to head of Halkidiki hoteliers Grigoris Tasios, reservations being made by nationals have dropped from between seven to 10 days to just five days this season.
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Cristiano Ronaldo has his eyes firmly set on a third straight Ballon d’Or award this year for a record sixth timeThe Juventus forward is one of 30 players shortlisted for this year’s award along with the likes of fellow five-time winner Lionel Messi and Antoine Griezmann.However, unlike in previous years, neither Ronaldo or Messi are quite as heavily fancied for the Ballon d’Or as they have come accustomed to over the past decade.Instead, it’s Real Madrid and Croatia playmaker Luka Modric who is considered the favourite after winning the FIFA and UEFA Player of the Year prizes.But, on the back of scoring 44 goals in all competitions for Real last season and inspiring them to a third straight Champions League crown, Ronaldo believes he deserves the Ballon d’Or.Although the Portuguese is not desperate either given that he is already one of the greatest players in history.Mourinho: “Lionel Messi made me a better coach” Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho believes the experience of going up against Barcelona superstar Lionel Messi at Real Madrid made him a greater coach.“I’ve said it plenty of times, winning a sixth Ballon d’Or is not an obsession and I wouldn’t phrase the question like that,” Ronaldo told France Football.“I already know deep down that I am one of the best players in history. Of course, I want to win a sixth Ballon d’Or! It would be a lie to say otherwise.“That’s what I work for, just like I work to score goals and win matches without it being an obsession.“The Ballon d’Or, yes, I think I deserve it.”Ronaldo has also managed seven goals and four assists in 10 Serie A games for new club Juventus this season.The winner of the 2018 Ballon d’Or will be named on December 3 at an awards ceremony in Paris.
Thanks to donations that flooded in over the past week, the family caring for retired Clark County sheriff’s K-9 Dash has completely paid for the dog’s emergency surgery. On July 7, Deputy Seth Brannan rushed Dash, his former partner, to Columbia River Veterinary Hospital where he learn the dog was suffering from “gastric torsion,” a life-threatening condition more commonly known as stomach flip. In an emergency surgery to save his life, Dash lost his spleen and 20 percent of his stomach. He is expected to make a full recovery.Dash, 7, retired from the sheriff’s office at the end of 2013. Once police dogs retire from service, their handler assumes all financial responsibility for the remainder of the dog’s life.Dogpaw, a nonprofit that has been a supporter of the sheriff’s office canine program, asked the community to help fund the cost of an emergency surgery that Dash As of Thursday, the organization reached the goal of $5,732 to pay for Dash’s medical expenses.Natalie Middleton, a spokeswoman for Dogpaw, said that she wanted to tell the community “Thank you for being so quick and so generous to respond. It’s pretty amazing.”Dash is expected to make an appearance to say thank you at Dogpaw’s Bark in the Park event on Aug. 2 at Northeast Ross and 15th Avenue.
Yonat Shimron YonatShimron Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,About the authorView All Posts Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email,(RNS) — About a dozen people taking refuge in sanctuary churches across the country received a letter from Immigration and Customs Enforcement earlier this week, informing them they owe hundreds of thousands of dollars in civil penalties for disobeying orders to leave the country.Among those was Rosa del Carmen Ortez Cruz, a 38-year-old mother of four living at a Presbyterian church in Chapel Hill, N.C., who was told she owes more than $300,000 for overstaying her deportation order. Her lawyers at McKinney Immigration Law in Greensboro, N.C., received a similar letter.Ortez Cruz fled Honduras for the United States in 2002, after her domestic partner, the father of her son, stabbed her multiple times. The Church of Reconciliation and the Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship offered her refuge from immediate deportation last year because she is afraid of returning to Honduras, where her ex-partner lives.“This goes along with the extremely cruel and unusual tactics to create fear,” said Noel Andersen, grassroots coordinator with Church World Service, which helps organize the sanctuary movement. “Clearly it’s an attack on the sanctuary movement.And he added, “It creates fear among other people trying to claim sanctuary.”Nationwide, there are 44 undocumented immigrants who have publicly announced they are taking refuge in U.S. religious congregations, Andersen said. It’s unclear why fewer than one-third were targeted with fines.Among those targeted was Edith Espinal, a Mexican national who took sanctuary in a Columbus, Ohio, Mennonite Church and received a fine of $497,777. Others receiving fine letters were immigrants living in churches in Colorado, Utah, Texas, Virginia and Washington state, Andersen said.An ICE spokesman would not say how many so-called Notice of Intention to Fine letters were mailed, but he said the practice began in December and is authorized by the half-century-old Immigration and Nationality Act.“The decision to issue a NIF is determined on a case-by-case basis, taking into account steps the alien has taken to faithfully meet the obligation of their removal order or voluntary departure,” said Matthew Bourke, the ICE spokesman.Bourke said statutes set two classes of fines. Those who have “failed to meet the obligations of their removal” are fined at no more than $500 per day; in Ortez Cruz’s case, the inflation-adjusted amount totals $799 a day. Immigrants who have failed to voluntarily depart are fined $3,000, according to the statute, he said.Those receiving the fines were given 30 days to respond.Rosa Ortez Cruz has been in santuary at the Church of Reconciliation in Chapel Hill, N.C., since April 2018. Photo by Stef Bernal MartinezOrtez Cruz’s attorney, Jeremy McKinney, of Greensboro, said his firm would challenge the fine.“I have been practicing immigration law since 1997 and I’ve never seen this,” he said. “It seems unprecedented. Right off the bat it seems there was a lack of notice that this fine could be assessed. At no point did ICE or the immigration judge provide any kind of notice that this could be a consequence for failure to depart.”The fines come amid mounting concern about the Trump administration’s hard-line immigration policies. On Monday (July 1), President Trump told reporters that massive deportation sweeps were imminent after the Independence Day holiday.On Tuesday, an explosive new report from the Homeland Security Department’s inspector general said border detention centers along the southern border were overcrowded and squalid — conditions it likened to “a ticking time bomb.”But sanctuary advocates alleged that the fines were more directly aimed at curbing the sanctuary movement, a longtime Trump administration goal. Churches — along with schools and hospitals — are considered “sensitive locations” where federal immigration enforcement officers are unlikely to arrest, search or interview people under most circumstances.At least one pastor wondered whether the imposition of fines was the first sign of a coming change in policy.“I am a bit concerned that ICE might be setting the stage to rescind sensitive-location policies,” said the Rev. Randall Keeney, vicar at St. Barnabas Episcopal Church in Greensboro.But the principal effect of the fines may be to scare religious congregations into not sheltering immigrants — especially if they fear the government might fine them for doing so.Most of those immigrants in sanctuary have few, if any, financial means and are unable to work beyond the few chores they can perform for their hosts.Isaac Villegas, pastor of Chapel Hill Mennonite Fellowship, said his church wouldn’t take the bait.“We understood from the beginning that the federal government does not approve of us taking care of our people,” Villegas said. “We’re on different sides of history on that matter. We know they’ll do whatever they can to intimidate us.”Ortez Cruz’s lawyer said he was puzzled by the fine since his client’s case is already pending in the 4th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals. A decision is expected late this year or early next.Ortez Cruz was charged with two misdemeanors stemming from an altercation with her then-teenage son. That led to deportation proceedings beginning in 2013.Andersen of Church World Service said he expected the fines would be challenged because they appear to selectively target undocumented immigrants in sanctuary churches.“What would it mean for ICE to enforce this statute just on the sanctuary movement?” he said. “It’s pretty clear that this is an attack on our faith.” Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email By: Yonat Shimron YonatShimron Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email News Pete Buttigieg: Religious left is ‘stirring’ August 29, 2019 News Share This! By: Yonat Shimron YonatShimron Share This! Facebook Twitter Pinterest LinkedIn ReddIt Email Dinner church movement sets the table for food, faith and friendships August 29, 2019 Buttigieg walks fine line in courting religious left August 29, 2019 Share This! 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Bob Daemmrich for The Texas TribuneState Sen. Van Taylor, R-Plano, lays out SB 14, the Ethics Reform and Anti-Corruption Act, in the Texas Senate on Feb. 7, 2017.The Texas Senate, passing its first bill of the 2017 legislative session, unanimously approved an ethics reform package that watchdogs say will help curb conflicts of interest and shed more light on the private dealings of state elected officials.The fast-tracked legislation, Senate Bill 14 by Sen. Van Taylor, now heads to the Texas House. Among other provisions, the bill would take pensions away from elected officials convicted on felony public corruption charges, make retiring lawmakers wait out one full legislative session before becoming lobbyists and require more disclosure of lobbyist wining and dining of state officials.The hottest debate came over a proposed amendment by Sen. Kirk Watson, D-Austin, aimed at requiring lobbyists to disclose their entertainment spending on “widely attended events,” such as football tailgating parties, to which state officials are invited. Watson warned that a new loophole could open up without that new provision, in turn allowing lobbyists to stage large events they would then use to “influence” lawmakers.That prompted a round of questions from senators, including an angry response from Sen. Larry Taylor, R-Friendswood, who said it was “offensive” to suggest that a lobbyist might somehow influence his official actions.“My vote is not for sale, and it’s not for sale for a meal or a tailgate event,” Taylor fumed. Watson said he meant no offense but noted that influencing legislation is “the very nature of the professional lobbyist.” Taylor answered that a lot of lobbyist-financed events are “purely relational” — just a “getting to know people” kind of thing — and he said lawmakers can benefit from the expertise of special-interest lobbyists.“I’ll just tell you,I think the lobby plays a very important role in this process,” Larry Taylor said. “We cannot possibly be experts in everything. There are good lobbyists and there are bad lobbyists.”Amid the outcry, Watson withdrew the amendment, saying later that it was clear he wouldn’t prevail and suggesting he might have a chance to resurrect it later.The quick action in the Senate gives the ethics reform package a decent chance of passage this year. Two years ago, ethics reform died in the waning days of the session, a fate that Van Taylor, the bill’s author, is anxious to avoid. Like two years ago, Gov. Greg Abbott has fast-tracked ethics reform by declaring it a legislative emergency.“This is the people’s bill,” Taylor said when he introduced the legislation on the floor Tuesday. “We work for them, no matter our party or position.” In order to keep the bill on track, Taylor has steadfastly resisted changes that would either significantly strengthen or weaken the bill over fears it would torpedo the overall effort as it did in 2015. At one point during the debate Tuesday he said, “I don’t think we should put anything controversial on here.” That includes any provision to close down the “dark money” loophole, which has been used by GOP and Democratic activists alike to cloak the source of their political donations.Also not included: proposals that Sen. José Rodríguez, D-El Paso, has pushed to require elected officials to disclose all their sources of income — the kind of provision that would have allowed the public to see that Gov. Rick Perry was double-dipping his pension and salary before he had to reveal it on federal forms when he was running for president in 2011. Rodríguez also pointed out during the debate that the the Texas Ethics Commission still isn’t allowed to post state officials’ personal financial statements online.“In the 21st century, I’m not sure why this isn’t already in the law,” Rodriguez said. In a written statement released after the bill passed, Rodriguez applauded the reforms but said they didn’t go far enough. “Transparency bills serve the public interest. Voters deserve as much information as possible about the elected officials they send to Austin to represent their interests,” Rodriguez said. “Disclosure laws strengthen the public bond by shedding light on any appearance of impropriety and give voters greater confidence that elected officials keep sight of who they really work for — the public.”Read more stories on ethics reform in Texas: Taylor is taking a realistic approach to ethics reform this year. He’s pushing proposals that got wide agreement in both chambers two years ago but ultimately failed to draw Gov. Greg Abbott’s signature.Regulators are deciding how much lobby wining and dining Texas lawmakers can accept without revealing their names. Hint: It’s a lot.This article originally appeared in The Texas Tribune at https://www.texastribune.org/2017/02/07/texas-senate-passes-ethics-reform/.Texas Tribune mission statementThe Texas Tribune is a nonprofit, nonpartisan media organization that informs Texans — and engages with them — about public policy, politics, government and statewide issues. Share
Sony Pictures is shuttering Sony Crackle in Canada: The ad-supported video service will be closing its doors in Canada on June 28. Crackle Canada has been telling consumers about the closure with a message posted on its website, and a Sony Crackle spokesperson confirmed the exit when contacted by Variety.“As part of a recently announced partnership between Sony Pictures Television and Bell Media, some content that was available on Sony Crackle in Canada will be available on Bell Media’s new VOD services, CTV Movies and CTV Vault, later this year,” the spokesperson said via email. “Sony Crackle will continue to focus on its longform original content in the U.S. and Latin America. We want to thank the loyal viewers in Canada that have enjoyed our service throughout the years.”The service, which recently rebranded from Crackle to Sony Crackle, has been serving ad-supported movie and TV shows in Canada since 2010. Crackle has also been operating in Latin America since 2012. Its Latin-American offspring was initially ad-supported as well, but switched to a subscription video model in late 2016. Popular on Variety Earlier this month, Sony Pictures Television laid off some staff in an effort to consolidate its various businesses. As part of that move, Sony Pictures also created a new digital unit under Sony TV exec Eric Berger, who is now leading Crackle and other direct-to-consumer businesses including Funimation, Film1 OTT and Animax on demand. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15
×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 ESPN has packed the new service with sports programming like worldwide soccer games and new matches from Major League Baseball and, soon, the National Hockey League, along with original programming featuring basketball star Kobe Bryant and popular digital-sports personality Katie Nolan. The service costs $4.99 a month, or $49.99 per year.But there’s a reason for the emphasis on streaming. ESPN, like most other cable giants, has suffered from consumers migrating to other kinds of video distribution, including slimmer programming packages made available through Sling, Hulu or YouTube. Kagan, a market-research firm, has predicted ESPN’s cable and satellite customers will fall to 85.6 million by the end of the year. That would represent a more than 14% drop since 2010. By launching ESPN+, Disney hopes to lure die-hard fans of particular sports, even teams, to keep paying money for its services, even if they choose to leave its best-known cable roost. Disney plans to unveil a general-entertainment streaming service in months to come.“Combining sports, technology and the ESPN brand is a very powerful combination, and we are just getting started,” said Jimmy Pitaro, ESPN’s president, in a statement. “Very quickly, a wide range of sports fans have seen the value of ESPN+. With high quality programming and an outstanding user experience, ESPN and DTCI are expanding the ways Disney is serving sports fans.”Hitting one million subscribers is often viewed as a sort of benchmark. As more consumers embrace digital technology, media outlets pushing people to subscribe to their new offerings are finding it easier to get there. Pandora took eight months to gain one million subscribers to its premium service, and Hulu and AT&T’s DirecTV Now each required a year to capture that number of customers.In August, ESPN put subscribers to ESPN Insider, a subscription service that offered sports analysis, under the aegis of ESPN+. The company has yet to disclose how many people subscribed to Insider. On Thursday, an ESPN spokesman said via Twitter that the majority of subscribers to ESPN+ are new customers, and that ESPN Insider subscribers accounted for “a minority” of the ESPN+ audience. ESPN+ does contain commercials, but only during breaks in live games. The service contains no display ads and does not embed pre-roll ads within video content. The ESPN+ subscription-video service, which has been positioned as a means of helping Walt Disney’s sports-media giant weather a storm of consumers cutting the cord on its flagship cable outlet, has garnered more than one million paying subscribers in just over five months, the company said Thursday. ESPN+ launched in April of this year.“Reaching one million paid subscribers is an important milestone for any video subscription service, but reaching this benchmark in such a short amount of time is an incredible testament to the teams from DTCI and ESPN who have worked tirelessly to bring this product to market and continually improve it since our April launch,” said Kevin Mayer, chairman, Direct-to-Consumer and International, The Walt Disney Company, in a prepared statement. “We’re thrilled so many sports fans have quickly come to love the service. The future is bright and we believe growth will continue as we add features, distribution partners and more exclusive content in the coming months.” Popular on Variety
Johnny Araya, the ruling National Liberation Party’s candidate for president and a poll leader heading into the Feb. 2 vote, promised Sunday to lead an administration with a “social face” if elected. Araya made the statement during a San José rally to wrap up his campaign.“I am committed to having a more supportive administration with a social face,” Araya told a crowd on Paseo Colón, in the west of the capital.Araya, an agricultural engineer with a political career that has lasted more than 30 years, hopes to replace outgoing President Laura Chinchilla, also from the PLN, who will wrap up a four-year term with low approval ratings, economic shortcomings and accusations of corruption within her administration.“We want to promote an adjustment to this country’s development model, to have a country that is in greater solidarity (with the poor), that produces more, and that distributes (wealth) more,” the 56-year-old former San José mayor said.“Se oye, se siente, Araya presidente,” thousands of supporters dressed in the party’s green and white shouted, a Spanish slogan that means, “It is heard, it is felt, Araya for president.”The PLN has held Costa Rica’s presidency since 2006.Araya’s campaign predicted he would win in a first round next Sunday, which requires capturing 40 percent of the vote. According to three recent polls, however, none of the 13 presidential candidates have reached that number.“We anticipate winning … decisively in the first round,” because “we’ve seen many Costa Ricans who are not liberacionistas supporting us,” Araya said.According to the most recently published poll, put out by the University of Costa Rica, Araya leads among decided voters with 20.4 percent. His biggest current rival, José María Villalta, of the leftist Broad Front Party, captured 15.3 percent support in the poll, and Libertarian Movement Party’s Otto Guevara received 11.2 percent.However, another recent poll by Unimer published in the daily La Nación placed Villalta in the lead with 22.2 percent, followed by Araya with 20.3 percent and Guevara with 20.2 percent. CID-Gallup said Araya captured 39 percent in their poll, while Villalta received 26 percent and Guevara 18 percent.Araya’s government plan proposes including Panama in Central American integration programs and pushing for Costa Rica’s entry into the Pacific Alliance, a Latin American trade bloc composed of Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru.Araya also promises to reduce the fiscal deficit, which closed 2013 at 5.4 percent of gross domestic product, one of the highest in Latin America.Some 3.1 million voters will head to the polls next weekend to elect the country’s president, two vice presidents and 57 lawmakers. If no presidential candidate reaches 40 percent, the two top candidates will head to a runoff election in April. Facebook Comments Related posts:Is your candidate under investigation? Costa Ricans ready to vote as hard-fought presidential campaign draws to an end UPDATE: Citizen Action Party candidate Luis Guillermo Solís moves into 1st place in Costa Rica presidential race Luis Guillermo Solís and Johnny Araya head to April 6 runoff after close Costa Rica vote
Most hop on freight trains heading to the border with Texas, which is the closest U.S. spot from Mexico’s southern border, and the most dangerous route.As they head north on the sun-scorched trek, the migrants often pay off thieves, immigration officials, police and railroad employees. They also have to cross territory controlled by the Zetas gang, which has increasingly targeted migrants, kidnapping them for ransom or holding them for forced labor.The Zetas massacred 72 migrants in the summer of 2010 in the northern state of Tamaulipas, across the border from Texas. Nine months later authorities in Tamaulipas unearthed 193 bodies from clandestine graves after security forces said they were led to the site by Zeta members who confessed to kidnapping and killing bus passengers, many of them migrants.With pressure mounting that Mexico ensure migrant safety, the federal government in 2010 ordered immigration agents to stop all night raids and cut back on day raids of northbound cargo trains, the main mode of transportation for Central Americans. Detentions at migrant shelters also ended, said Mexico’s Immigration Commissioner Salvador Beltran del Rio.“This (was put in place) in response to requests from these organizations and the governments of these countries, but it also reflects the fact that we think it is also appropriate for the safety of immigration agents,” Beltran del Rio said. Honduras, with a population of 8.3 million, had the world’s highest homicide rate in 2010, with 6,200 killings, or 82.1 murders per 100,000 inhabitants. That’s up from 57 murders per 100,000 inhabitants in 2008. Neighboring El Salvador had 66 homicides per 100,000 in 2010. The U.S., by comparison, saw about 5 homicides per 100,000 people.“The reality is that a lot of Mexicans have sort of given up looking for work in the U.S. and have started to return home but for Central Americans the conditions may be even more desperate that the ones we’re seeing in Mexico,” said David Shirk, director of the Trans-Border Institute at the University of San Diego.About 56,637 non-Mexican migrants, most of them Central Americans, were detained by the U.S. Border Patrol along the border with Mexico between October and May. That’s more than double the 27,561 detained in the same period a year ago. Meanwhile, the number of Mexican migrants caught at the U.S. southern border decreased 7 percent this fiscal year, to 188,467.In fact, the illegal migration of Mexicans to the United States now stands at its lowest level in decades, according to a study released in April by the Washington-based think tank the Pew Hispanic Center. The study found that over the last five years more Mexicans have left the United States than entered it. Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Associated PressTULTITLAN, Mexico (AP) – Deported from the United States after years working construction in New Jersey, Hector Augusto Lopez decided to rebuild his life in his hometown in eastern Honduras.He found a steady job in a shoe store in Catacamas. Then, in March, he watched horrified as robbers shot three customers to death before his eyes. Soon after, he decided to make the hard and dangerous journey north again. Last year, rights activists reported that the Zetas were at times kidnapping up to 50 migrants in one swoop, often in complicity with immigration officials.Activists say the lack of mass abductions has persuaded some migrants that things are better in Mexico. Nonetheless they warn that migrants are still putting themselves at risk.“Now they are kidnapping two or three migrants at a time and in remote areas of central Mexico, where there aren’t as many migrant shelters and where the kidnappings get no media attention,” said Ruben Figueroa, a migrant rights activist in the southern state of Tabasco.In the latest massacre attributed to the Zetas, 49 decapitated bodies with their feet and hands cut off were dumped in May on a Nuevo Leon state road about 75 miles south of the Texas border. Authorities have not ruled out the possibility that the victims were also U.S.-bound migrants. Without recent reports of mass kidnappings, the victims may have been some of those kidnapped in small groups over recent months.The dangers aren’t due only to criminals. Hundreds of Central American migrants were stranded in southern Mexico in late June after a rail bridge collapsed blocking the passage of cargo trains used by travelers heading to the United States. Sponsored Stories More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates “In Honduras there is a lot of violence, a lot of robberies and a lot of poverty,” Lopez, 28, said as he waited to jump a cargo train just outside Mexico City on a recent afternoon. “There is no future there.”Half a block away, dozens more U.S.-bound Central American migrants waited outside an overflowing one-story, crammed shelter, napping on pieces of cardboard, wrapping themselves in garbage bags against the cold and trading stories about their journeys north.While the number of Mexicans heading to the U.S. has dropped dramatically, a surge of Central American migrants is making the 1,000-mile northbound journey this year, fueled in large part by the rising violence brought by the spread of Mexican drug cartels. Other factors, experts say, are an easing in migration enforcement by Mexican authorities, and a false perception that Mexican criminal gangs are not preying on migrants as much as they had been.Central American migration remains small compared to the numbers of Mexicans still headed north, but their steeply rising numbers speak starkly to the violence and poverty at home. The perils of the journey have pushed smuggling fees as high as $7,000, as much as double the earlier rates, for a trip that takes weeks, or even months for those delayed by robberies, health problems or difficulties finding transportation. The migrants have also been the target of animosity from people in Lecheria, as the neighborhood surrounding the migrant center is known. It temporarily closed this week after people upset with clusters of men and women lingering outside their homes blocked the streets to stop volunteers from delivering food.Gutierrez said the shelter closed because the government couldn’t guarantee the volunteers or the migrants’ safety.“The migrants went from being in a situation of vulnerability, to a very grave situation,” she added.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Some of the migrants are continuing their journey north on foot or hitching rides in trailer trucks and other vehicles, migrants rights activists and Mexican authorities said.“Those who can’t get a ride have to walk and walk and walk,” Sister Gutierrez said. More than 200 of the stranded migrants have asked federal immigration authorities in the state of Veracruz to deport them, said Rafael Pretelin, a federal immigration official in the Gulf Coast state.Manuel de Jesus Chavez, a 16-year-old from Copan, Honduras, was heading to Texas to join his older brother who crossed illegally last year and has been working at a cattle ranch near Houston.“He tells me they don’t pay as well as he thought but that there is work,” Chavez said on a recent afternoon while waiting in a food line at the Saint Juan Diego shelter in Tultitlan.Built for 60 people, the single-room shelter crowded with double-decker bunks had been receiving up to 300 migrants a day, said the Rev. Christian Rojas.Rojas said workers had to arrange makeshift beds on the concrete floor and in the patio to get as many people inside as possible. Migrants left outside were targeted by smugglers and passing drug traffickers, he said. 0 Comments Share Much of the drop is attributed to a weak U.S. economy, which has principally shrunk the number of construction jobs attractive to Mexican workers. Increased deportations, heightened U.S. patrols and violence along the border, as well as Mexico’s declining birth rate, also have played a role.When it comes to Central Americans, the picture is starkly different.U.S. apprehensions of illegal migrants, including Central Americans, began declining in 2007, when the flow of illegal migrants began slowing, but experts say that has reversed as violence rises in Central America, partly fueled by Mexican drug cartels moving into the area. Although Mexican authorities have pulled back on some immigration enforcement, they also have been apprehending more illegal Central American immigrants before they get to the U.S. border, with 29,619 arrested between January and April, a 42 percent increase from 2011, according to the country’s National Immigration Institute.Officials at the U.S. Customs and Border Protection did not respond to repeated requests for comment.“We hadn’t seen this amount of people in at least four years,” said Sister Leticia Gutierrez, director of a Mexican Catholic bishops ministry that coordinates 54 migrant shelters across Mexico where Central Americans make up almost all the client population. “People keep coming, and coming, and coming, so much so that we’re scrambling to help those who arrive to the shelters because we run out of the few things we have to give them after the first trains of the day arrive.” Top Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths
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By Staff ReporterSeveral developments in the hydrocarbons sector are expected in the coming weeks, Energy Minister Giorgos Lakkotrypis said on the sidelines of an investment forum in New York on Wednesday night.Talking to the press after giving a speech at the Harvard Club of New York City, Lakkotrypis said Noble Energy officials were due in Cyprus next week and are expected to present their final development plan for the Aphrodite field. Also he said the annual report of Delek was due, which according to him would contain important information on the declaration of commerciality for the Aphrodite field .The consortium of Noble and Delek, holds the right to explore Cyprus’ Aphrodite offshore block 12, in the Republic’s Exclusive Economic Zone (EEZ) as well as Leviathan and Tamar gas fields of Israel.“We will have several developments in the energy sector in the coming weeks,” said the minister.“We will have the declaration of commerciality of the Aphrodite field, which will be a groundbreaking development for Cyprus, and all of this will happen in the next two weeks.”He said Cyprus would be moving from the stage of “exploration to exploitation”.Lakkotrypis met officials from both companies on Wednesday and said all parties were in complete alignment on the way forward.The most important step after the declaration of commerciality would then be the resulting trade agreements “where there is still much work to be done”.“Right now we are aiming at two main markets… the Cypriot one, the Egyptian one mainly, and perhaps the Jordanian,” he added.“It is not yet clear who will be the final customer,” he said.The minister referred to the importance this week of President Nicos Anastasiades’ visit to Sharm El Sheikh for the International Conference on the Economic Development of Egypt. He said Cyprus was in the final stages of discussions on the sale of gas to Egypt.During his speech as the Harvard Club, an event organised by his ministry, the Cyprus Chamber of Commerce and the Cyprus Investment Promotion Agency, Lakkotrypis spoke of investment opportunities in Cyprus, and the island’s comparative advantages as a business centre.He focused on the opportunities in energy and tourism, including plans for a casino resort.On energy, he spoke in terms of a future based attracting companies to conduct research, and for infrastructure such as US firm Halliburton, on revenues from drilling and the creation of Cypriot expertise in the field.“We hope and look forward to the coming weeks to move from the phase of exploration to the exploitation phase and attracting investors,” he said.Lakkotrypis also spoke about the development with France’s Total, which he said was close to extending an offshore natural gas exploration programme in Cyprus after coming up empty in prior surveys. A renewal agreement is due to be signed next week that will focus on geological surveys in a different area but no drilling. You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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