In his latest report on the implementation of resolution 1701, Mr. Ban says the ongoing instability within Lebanon is limiting progress and posing “a direct challenge… to the stability of the country as a whole.”He cites the fighting between Fatah al-Islam militants and Lebanese security forces at a Palestinian refugee camp, the worst internal fighting since the civil war ended in 1990; the series of explosions around Beirut, including that which killed a Lebanese parliamentarian and nine others; a bomb attack last month on a UN Interim Force in Lebanon (UNIFIL) convoy that killed six peacekeepers; and the firing of Katyusha rockets from southern Lebanon into Israel.The Secretary-General stresses that the deadly attack against the UNIFIL convoy or other incidents will not deter the UN from playing its part to implement resolution 1701.But he emphasizes that greater progress is needed on several key issues – including the enforcement of the arms embargo in Lebanon – if the cessation of hostilities is to become a permanent ceasefire.“I am disturbed by the persistent reports pointing to breaches of the arms embargo along the Lebanese-Syrian border,” he writes, noting that the report of the Lebanon Independent Border Assessment Team, which he commissioned, concludes that the border is not sufficiently secure and that Lebanese capabilities are lacking.Existing border crossing points are not well controlled by Lebanese authorities, and the procedures for these crossings are not uniform, resulting in an unregulated flow of passengers, vehicles and cargo, according to the border assessment report.That report, also released today, recommends a series of measures to “significantly improve” Lebanon’s border security regime, and Mr. Ban urges the country’s Government to implement the report in full.The recommendations include: the establishment of a dedicated border guard agency; the creation of a multi-agency mobile force focused on arms smuggling, with the power to make arms seizures; and the redesign and restructure of border crossing points to ensure there is greater control of the border.In the progress report on resolution 1701, Mr. Ban says he remains hopeful that a long-term solution can be found as the region nears the first-year anniversary of the 34-day conflict, which led to the deaths of an estimated 1,200 Lebanese and 160 Israelis, the destruction of much of Lebanon’s infrastructure and severe damage to both nations’ economies.He stresses that, aside from the enforcement of the Lebanese arms embargo, progress is needed on several fronts, including on the release of the abducted Israeli soldiers and the Lebanese prisoners, the halting of Israeli air violations and the issue of sovereignty over Shab’a Farms.He also urges the international community to provide support to the Lebanese armed forces to make sure that they can extend and exercise full authority over all of the country’s territory. 10 July 2007Lebanon is mired in a debilitating political crisis, facing continuing attacks aimed at undermining its sovereignty and territorial integrity, which makes it harder to fully implement the Security Council resolution ending last year’s war between Israel and Hizbollah, United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says.
In an exchange of letters over the last week, the Security Council accepted the recommendation of Secretary-General Kofi Annan that UNOGBIS’ mandate be extended until 31 December next year.Earlier this week, in his latest progress report on the work of the UN mission, Mr. Annan warned that Guinea-Bissau’s reconstruction remains so fragile that the country’s leading political figures must demonstrate to potential international donors and other economic partners that they can put national interests ahead of their own and resolve their disputes peacefully.“Without political stability, development cannot advance and cooperation with international partners, including investors, cannot be guaranteed,” he wrote.After receiving a briefing today from the Secretary-General’s recently appointed representative in Guinea-Bissau, Shola Omoregie, the Security Council issued a press statement voicing members’ concern over “the precarious political, security and economic conditions.”The statement also endorsed Mr. Annan’s appeal for the country’s political leaders to show restraint and focus on development, good governance and reconciliation.Mr. Annan cited an International Monetary Fund (IMF) mission to discuss emergency assistance, planned for next month, as an example of the kinds of outside support that Guinea-Bissau needs. Donors at a round table held last month in Geneva pledged to give $262 million to Guinea-Bissau, well short of the goal of $538 million.Government revenue is also below target because of lower than expected fees from fishing licences, hurt by a delay in negotiating a new agreement with the European Union (EU), and taxes on the export of cashew nuts, which have been hit by the combination of a rise in the producer price and a drop in world prices.Under the streamlined mandate, UNOGBIS will concentrate on promoting mediation and using good offices functions to try to reduce the current divisions in the country.The mission will also, among other tasks, assist with security sector reforms, promote respect for the rule of law and human rights, facilitate efforts to curb the proliferation of small arms and light weapons and spur greater cooperation with the African Union (AU), the Economic Community of West African States (ECOWAS), the Community of Portuguese-speaking Countries, the European Union (EU) and other international partners.UNOGBIS was created in 1999 to help Guinea-Bissau emerge from the devastation of a civil war in which thousands were killed, wounded or forced from their homes.
According to the latest Pakistani Government registration figures, 435,429 people, including some 183,000 children, have fled from combat zones in North Waziristan agency since mid-June.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said that most of the families have sought refuge in different parts of Khyber Pakhtunkhwa province, with reports of families also now arriving in Punjab and Balochistan. Almost all the internally displaced people are being hosted by local communities.“The Government of Pakistan and our UN and humanitarian community partners expect up to half a million people could be displaced by the current military operations,” UNHCR spokesman Dan McNorton told journalists in Geneva. This would bring the total number of displaced people from the tribal regions of the country to 1.5 million – including 930,000 uprooted in various waves since 2009.UN officials met this week with Pakistani authorities and offered support for humanitarian operations in the area of protection and registration, as well as the provision of emergency relief items. The Government had made a formal request to the UN for assistance.Mr. McNorton said a key challenge for aid agencies is access to the areas where the displaced are arriving. “The UN and partners have called for full and unimpeded access to the affected populations to allow the delivery of humanitarian aid,” he stated.Last week, UNHCR reported it was helping authorities in neighbouring Afghanistan to register and assist thousands of people who fled the fighting in Pakistan’s tribal regions.
“More than a million inmates, primarily Jews, were brutally and systematically killed in the place where the Nazis introduced the monstrous concept of ‘industrialized murder.’ Among the other victims were non-Jewish Poles, political prisoners, Soviet prisoners of war, Sinti and Roma, homosexuals, disabled persons and Jehovah’s witnesses,” Mr. Ban said in his remarks on the day. “Unprecedented in human history, this mass killing was motivated by the perverse, race-based ideology of the Nazis, who sought to track down and kill every last Jew and any others they considered to be inferior,” added the Secretary-General. The International Day of Commemoration in Memory of the Victims of the Holocaust is marked every year on 27 January, the date on which Auschwitz-Birkenau was liberated in 1945. This year’s observance, on the theme ‘Liberty, Life and the Legacy of the Holocaust Survivors’, coincides with two milestone events: the 70th anniversary of the Second World War’s end and the founding of the UN. “Humankind united to overcome the Nazi menace. Today, we are being tested again. Minorities everywhere often face bigotry. Sectarian tensions and other forms of intolerance are on the rise,” Mr. Ban emphasized as he pledged the commitment of the UN to protecting the vulnerable, promoting fundamental human rights and upholding the freedom, dignity and worth of every person. The overall mission of the United Nations was shaped by the tragedy of the Second World War and the Holocaust, the Secretary-General explained. Both the UN Charter and the Universal Declaration of Human Rights enshrine the principles of human rights for all peoples around the world. “The violence and bias we see every day are stark reminders of the distance still to travel in upholding human rights, preventing genocide and defending our common humanity. We must redouble our efforts to eradicate the deep roots of hatred and intolerance. People everywhere must unite to stop the cycles of discord and build a world of inclusion and mutual respect,” Mr. Ban declared. For the past decade, the Holocaust and the UN Outreach Programme has mobilized students and educators around the world to help us achieve these goals, the UN chief said. “We are grateful to our many partners including Holocaust survivors who have contributed to this work, which spanned 42 countries in the past year alone.” This year’s events include the annual ceremony, exhibits, a film screening, discussions and a special exhibit that recognizes the work of the Holocaust and the UN Outreach Programme since its creation 10 years ago by the UN General Assembly. With UN Headquarters closed today due to inclement weather, the annual General Assembly commemoration of the International Day has been rescheduled for Wednesday, 28 January. The event will feature remarks from, among others, the Secretary-General, Israel’s President Reuven Rivlin, a Holocaust survivor, and a Soviet Army veteran. Mr. Avner Shalev, Chairman of the Yad Vashem Directorate, will deliver the keynote address. Grammy-award winning violinist Miri Ben-Ari and Cantor Shimmy Miller, Congregation Ahavath Torah, will recite the memorial prayers accompanied by keyboardist Daniel Gildar.
Daniel Chi / For The LanternThen-junior Kaitlyn Leary hits the ball during a game against Northwestern on Nov. 7, at St. John Arena. OSU won, 3-1.The No. 23 Ohio State women’s volleyball team held its annual Scarlet and Gray scrimmage at St. John Arena Saturday, marking the first action for the 2013 freshman class. The Gray team won the scrimmage, 3-1, in four sets.Coach Geoff Carlston said “the game of volleyball doesn’t care how old you are,” and that he expects the freshmen to be ready to contribute.“They’ll all be on the court at some point or another,” Carlston said. “It’s just a matter of how quickly they get into the mix and learn.”Kaitlyn Leary, a senior outside hitter, said she is excited about the group of new players.“I think it’s a really strong group as a whole,” she said. “All of them have stepped up.”Leary called freshman middle blocker Taylor Sandbothe’s play in the scrimmage “outstanding,” but Sandbothe has not been the only newcomer to impress.Both outside hitter Kylie Randall and defensive specialist Valeria León played well in their first organized contest as Buckeyes, according to Leary. She said Randall “stepped up” and León has been developing the serving part of her game well.Sandbothe said the newcomers tended to be nervous, but the scrimmage was still “a lot of fun.”“(I) kind of like getting to walk through what game days are usually like,” Sandbothe said. “It’s definitely a lot different than high school or club.”Beyond the freshmen, Carlston praised the aggressive play of junior outside hitter Erin Sekinger.“I thought she got after it pretty good,” Carlston said. “I’m really happy to see that because it’s something we’ve been pushing everyone to do.”He added that Sekinger has made the biggest strides out of any player on the team since last season.Sekinger recorded 13 kills in three sets for the Scarlet team and added three in one set for the Gray. Leary mirrored those numbers, as the two tied for the match lead with 16 total kills.Sandbothe played on both squads as Carlston switched the teams after each set. Junior setter Taylor Sherwin led all players with 40 assists.The Buckeyes are set to open their season Aug. 30 at the NIU Invitational in DeKalb, Ill. They are scheduled to play three games in two days against Liberty, Green Bay and Northern Illinois before returning to Columbus for an exhibition against the Poland National Team Sept. 4.
Fans play corn hole on The Oval during ESPN’s College Gameday on Nov. 21. Credit: Samantha Hollingshead | Photo Editor On Saturday, the statue of William Oxley Thompson will have some company, as ESPN’s College GameDay will be broadcasting live on the Oval in anticipation of the game between No. 3 Ohio State and No. 9 Michigan State. Despite all of OSU’s success on the gridiron, it has been years since College GameDay has come to Columbus for a game. “I can’t believe that we have not been here since 2010,” College GameDay analyst and OSU alumnus Kirk Herbstreit said. “We used to come here, kind of like what we are doing right now with Alabama where we would come once or twice a year.”Every week, College GameDay picks a highly touted game where it will broadcast its show live on Saturday morning. The show typically is on the particular campus from Thursday to Saturday.Regardless of whether or not ESPN is broadcasting the game, the show will go wherever the week’s most anticipated matchup is. “We do tend to travel no matter where the game is … we just travel to what we think is the best game,” Herbstreit said. “It’s been a lot of fun to see the fanbases when we show up. It’s like that that campus will become the face of the sport for 48 hours.”With such a popular show finally making a pitstop in at OSU, many students are excited for the chance to witness it in person.Jarrett Forkey, a fourth-year in chemical engineering, students are planning on arriving the Oval, where the set is placed, early in the morning to get hyped for the game, which is scheduled to kickoff at 3:30 p.m.“It will be a lot more rambunctious than people think,” Forkey said. “It’s been awhile since GameDay’s been here. It’s been awhile since Michigan State’s been here. There are a lot of seniors playing their last game.“There is a lot of excitement here at Ohio State.”Herbstreit agrees that the students will be ready for the game come kickoff.“I expect to see that typical Ohio Stadium nutty atmosphere,” Herbstreit said. “You have one or two games a year where Ohio State feels (the Buckeyes could be upset), and then it’s a proactive atmosphere. It’s where you are creating the sacks or you are creating the interceptions. My guess is that’s the kind of crowd it will be and it will help Ohio State’s defense and their cause.”The hype for College GameDay and for the game that afternoon, according to Herbstreit, really shows the growth of college football as a sport.“Fans get crazier and crazier. That just speaks volumes about college football,” Herbstreit said. “The sport has never been more popular and there’s never been more buzz. The passion is universal and we embrace it. That’s what makes this sport so special.”
Ohio State football players don’t know just how nice they have it.Not only do they enjoy incredible practice and workout facilities, a tradition-rich program and prominent national exposure on a weekly basis, but they don’t even get locked in a shed, verbally humiliated or punched in the face when they screw up.That’s a perk worth more than all the training tables, stipends and bowl gifts put together.In a college football environment that has seen Mark Mangino of Kansas fired for physically and verbally abusing his players (allegedly), Texas Tech’s Mike Leach canned for locking receiver Adam James in a darkened tool shed (allegedly) and the dismissal of South Florida’s Jim Leavitt for grabbing a player by the throat and striking him (allegedly) for a miscue on special teams, these Buckeyes should be counting their lucky stars to have a coach like Jim Tressel.Just ask Ray Small.If anyone on this past season’s OSU team could have benefited from a good lock-down or face smacking, it was him. If Tressel’s policy on missed classes, bobbled punts and smoking weed (allegedly) included such humiliations, Small would have looked like Rocky Balboa after 12 rounds with Clubber Lang.My prediction for Small’s career had he played for coaches Mangino or Leavitt?Pain.Probably a better case for comparison would be freshman Duron Carter’s treatment. His case is a little more salient because, like Adam James, he is the son of a former pro football player who now has the national platform provided by being a television football analyst.In light of his academic failures (allegedly), Carter was merely suspended by Tressel before the Rose Bowl rather than locked away in a janitor’s closet at the RPAC.Tressel has had his fair share of malcontents and miscreants to deal with. Early in his career at OSU, Tressel was forced to decide the fate of senior quarterback Steve Bellisari for driving under the influence. The following season, Louis Irizarry and Ira Guilford were arrested for attempted robbery.Each time, Tressel had a hard decision to make. In Bellisari’s case, it meant benching his starting quarterback for the game against arch-rival Michigan. For Irizarry and Guilford, he had to make the difficult choice to sever their ties with the program. For a man of coach Tressel’s integrity and compassion, that was certainly a difficult decision to make.To be fair, OSU is not unfamiliar to the tactics of a harsh disciplinarian. Some of our campus roads and buildings are named after one of the most aggressive coaches ever to stalk the sidelines of a college football game: Woody Hayes.Just ask Charlie Bauman. He was the Clemson nose guard who had the audacity to intercept a pass in the Gator Bowl and was then on the receiving end of a throat punch delivered by Hayes on the sideline.At that point, OSU officials’ hands were tied and they had no other choice then to let the venerable Hayes go. Just as the athletic directors at Kansas, Texas Tech and South Florida had no choice.Gone are the days of mothers and fathers sending their sons off to task-masters such as Hayes or former Indiana basketball coach Bob Knight to be forged into men in a crucible of fire.In their place are parents like Ken Small and Craig James who are laboring under the illusion that just because their sons lit up the scoreboards for their respective high schools they are somehow entitled to being handled with kid gloves on the collegiate level.Given this level of coddling, once these student-athletes are outside of their insulated, athletic bubbles, they can hardly be blamed for thinking that the world revolves around them.Tressel can’t save every soul that comes under his tutelage. Some are beyond redemption before they ever set foot on campus (See: Maurice Clarett). But his track record is better than most, and for that, Buckeye fans should be proud.So three of the more brutish coaches in the ranks of college football are looking for work and the athletes left behind know that they are the ones holding the trump cards if their new coaches tick them off.Allegedly.
NEW FIGURES SHOW an increase in the number of construction and real estate start-ups setting up shop here .There’s been a 39 per cent increase in the number of construction companies being formed and a 32 per cent rise in the number of real estate start-ups.Overall, company start-ups are up 14 per cent on the same period last year, according to business and credit analysts Vision-net.ie.So far this year, 8,684 companies have been formed, compared to 7,642 in the first half of 2013.There was also a 10.5 per cent decline in the number of company insolvencies in the same period, according to Vision-net.Managing Director of Vision-net, Christine Cullen, said that the increase in company start-ups combined with the decrease in insolvencies indicated “the hallmarks of an economic recovery”.“While we no doubt have a long way yet to travel, the first half of 2014 is showing that we are making progress toward an overall economic recovery, particularly with start-ups on the rise and insolvencies in decline.”Read: Asking prices up nationally for first time since peak of property boom
Choice Music Awards: This band made the best album in Ireland last year According to the RTÉ Choice Music Prize 2018, that is. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By Hayley Halpin https://jrnl.ie/4529695 16,726 Views Friday 8 Mar 2019, 7:14 AM Short URL O Emperor at last night’s award show Source: Graham KeoghIT’S OFFICIAL – THE best Irish album released last year was Jason by O Emperor, according to RTÉ’s Choice Music Prize 2018. The 10 albums that had been battling it out to be named Irish record of the year were: Mar 8th 2019, 7:14 AM The Academic – Tales From The BackseatDelorentos – True Surrender Just Mustard – Wednesday Kojaque – Deli DaydreamsO Emperor – JasonLisa O’Neill – Heard A Long Gone SongSaint Sister – Shape Of SilenceRejjie Snow – Dear Annie Villagers – The Art Of Pretending To Swim Wyvern Lingo – Wyvern Lingo O Emperor were announced as the winners at last night’s live event at Vicar Street in Dublin, which was hosted by RTÉ 2FM’s Eoghan McDermott. The band received a cheque for €10,000, a prize which has been provided by the Irish Music Rights Organisation (IMRO) and the Irish Recorded Music Association (IMRA). “Once again, 2018 was a terrific year for the quality of Irish albums released, and the judging process reflected this,” Chairperson of the judging panel Tony Clayton-Lea said. “Of all the years that I have been chairman of the judging panel, this year was the closet in terms of winner and runner-up, with Kojaque’s album Deli Daydreams pipped at the post by O Emperor,” he said. The award for the RTÉ Choice Music Prize Irish Song of the Year was last night scooped up by Picture This for their song One Drink. Decided by the public via the RTÉ and Choice Music Prize websites, fans were given the chance to get behind their favourite song.RTÉ Two will broadcast a one-hour TV highlights programme of the RTÉ Choice Music Prize featuring performances from the acts on Sunday 17 March at 11.15pm. Share20 Tweet Email1 18 Comments
JOURNALIST RAFAEL HENZEL, one of just six survivors of the 77 people on board the plane that crashed carrying the Brazilian football team Chapecoense in 2016, has died of a heart attack that struck while he was playing soccer with friends, his employers Radio Oeste Capital announced on Thursday.Henzel, 45, had been on the plane to Medellin in November 2016 as a radio journalist when the aircraft ran out of fuel, with 19 members of the Chapecoense team losing their lives.“He was playing football with friends when he had a heart attack. He was rushed to hospital in Chapeco, where unfortunately he was declared dead,” Radio Oeste Capital reported.The Brazilian club said on its website: “Throughout his brilliant career, Rafael told the story of Chapecoense,”“We wholeheartedly hope that the family will have the strength to face yet another difficult time and this irreparable loss. The feelings and prayers of all the Chapecoenses, fans and listeners, are with you.”Henzel published a book in June 2017 titled “Live each day as if it were your last”.“I have two dates of birth,” he said in his book. “I am Brazilian and Colombian and it won’t be enough merely to live, I have to justify it,” he explained.Three footballers and two of the plane crew also survived the crash. © – AFP, 2019Subscribe to our new podcast, The42 Rugby Weekly, here: https://the42.ie/4565086 Thursday 28 Mar 2019, 2:40 PM Share Tweet Email By AFP Rafael Henzel pictured in January 2017. Image: Imago/PA Images Image: Imago/PA Images Journalist who survived Chapecoense plane crash dies after playing football match Rafael Henzel, 45, was one of six survivors from the 2016 tragedy. 4 Comments Rafael Henzel pictured in January 2017. Mar 28th 2019, 12:56 PM Short URL Subscribe 41,614 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Paul Nemer RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Pinterest New Smackdown Tag Team Champions CrownedShane McMahon and The Miz defeated The Bar (Sheamus and Cesaro) to become the new Smackdown Tag Team Champions on Sunday night at the Royal Rumble.Recap courtesy of Mike Tedesco’s live Royal Rumble recap:Cesaro holds McMahon up for a Brogue Kick, but McMahon moves. Sheamus inadvertently hits Cesaro with the Brogue Kick. Miz then hits Sheamus with a Skull Crushing Finale. McMahon sets Cesaro up and goes to the top rope. McMahon connects with a SHOOTING STAR PRESS and picks up the win!The just keep piling up for @mikethemiz and @shanemcmahon! #RoyalRumble pic.twitter.com/WRrCxFYNxh— WWE Network (@WWENetwork) January 28, 2019 Facebook Google+ Twitter WhatsApp Kevin Owens sends cryptic NXT messages after being “fired” on Smackdown Live Chad Gable advances to the finals of the King of the Ring to be held on this Monday’s RAW Cesaro announces that he will make an appearance at NXT UK TakeOver: Cardiff
Swedish striker Zlatan Ibrahimovic granted an interview to L’Equipe where he gave a surprising statement about his real influence in football.We have lived inside a lie for all these years, we always thought that Ronaldo Nazario was Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s biggest influence in football but we were mistaken.The Swedish striker just revealed the truth about this during an interview with L’Equipe where he spoke about the time when he played for Juventus during a small period of time and met the player who taught him the biggest lessons in the profession, that man is French midfielder, Patrick Vieira.It’s weird I know, but if you stop to think about it, this revelation actually makes a lot of sense.During that period when Zlatan Ibrahimovic had just moved out of his bubble in Holland where he became a world-class player at Ajax from Amsterdam, coming to Serie A was one of his biggest career moves and he arrived in a squad that was filled with some of the biggest names in football at the moment.There he would meet a couple of French legends who quickly grounded him and made him realize that he was a flawed individual, one who could achieve greatness but needed to learn a few life lessons first.Arsenal legend Patrick Vieira wishes Zlatan Ibrahimovic good luck at Manchester United: https://t.co/3q9ivJrSUZ pic.twitter.com/44oFNV5nEe— Metro Sport (@Metro_Sport) July 1, 2016At the time, there was actually no one better than Vieira to teach him those lessons and both players quickly developed a close bond. Even when Juventus was part of that match-fixing scandal in 2006, the two of them decided to play for Internazionale Milano together and they continued to make their friendship flourish.This reveal is really weird because now the video of Zlatan Ibrahimovic admiring Brazilian Ronaldo when they met at a Milano Derby later on, just looks a bit creepy now because we always believed that Zlatan’s biggest influence was the legendary Brazilian striker.But then again, Patrick Vieira does look like a man who could teach a few things to anyone about football, maybe that’s why he decided to become a manager after his career ended.Zlatan Ibrahimovic broke the news to eveybody on his latest interview to French journal L’Equipe, where he also spoke about the possibility of going back to Paris Saint-Germain as a manager in the future, hinting that this could be the next career path for him.Corini tells Balotelli to “raise his game” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 According to the Brescia coach, Mario Balotelli “needs to raise his game if he wants to face Juventus” as his team is set to host Bologna.Zlatan Ibrahimovic reveals Patrick Vieira was the biggest influence on his career – “he was always on my back, it was never good enough”. https://t.co/pkqI022Yeg #Juventus #FCIM pic.twitter.com/DLvY6KAIgb— footballitalia (@footballitalia) November 9, 2018“When I met him at Juventus, he had a really different mentality from the other players I’d known,” Ibrahimovic told L’Equipe.“He was always on my back, I thought I was doing things right but it was never good enough. He showed me that you have to give more, want more.”“He taught me that we play as we train. That’s how it works: if you train well, you play well. I don’t need to tell you the player and the professional he was.”“He was a phenomenal player who will remain in history, but I’m happy I knew the player and person. He deeply influenced my game by pushing me to give 120 percent every day, every game.”“I’m not surprised he became a Coach, he already had that in him: his experience, his maturity, his way of helping others.”“He was always available to talk. He really helped a lot of players, not just me. There were big stars at Juve at the time, and to please them you had to give a lot, you got nothing for free,” he concluded.Zlatan Ibrahimović: “Vieira is one of the best players I played with. He was a monster. He taught me so much.” pic.twitter.com/pg9ogekbBM— Football Tweet (@Football__Tweet) December 2, 2015What do you think about Zlatan Ibrahimovic’s unexpected revelation about his biggest influence in football? Please share your opinion in the comment section below.
Stay on target How AMC’s ‘The Terror’ Uses American History to Delive…33 Killed in Suspected Arson Attack on Kyoto Animation Studio in Japan The store has been open since February 20, and plenty of happy customers have made their skewer creations their own, with the store posting several of the creations to its Instagram page. Each Panbo stick costs about $7 and the miniature Panbos are about $4. You can’t really eat the treats inside the store since it’s so small, but it’s perfect for taking out of the store and walking about with. It makes for some awesome advertisement, that’s for sure.via atpress.ne.jpWhat kind of food would you like to see on your Panbo? I’d like to remove the fruit from the skewer and just replace it with marshmallows and extra bits of pancake, then top it off with caramel, condensed milk and sprinkles. I don’t know how condensed milk tastes as a sauce, but I surmise it’s delicious. What kind of combinations can you come up with? Pancakes on their own are absolutely delicious. When you distill them into a tasty portable treat, they’re even better. Over in Tokyo, the Harajuku district is home to Osaka Kawaii Panbo, which serves the “Kushi Pancake,” or “Skewered Pancake.” It’s a store all about presenting cute food to customers, and the Kushi Pancake takes little miiature bits of pancake, sliced fruits and marshmallows, and drizzles of toppings, to make kebabs of epic proportions.There are two sizes of the treat for you to buy: the Mini Panbo, which is 20cm tall with three mini pancakes, and the 40cm Panbo, which has five pancake pieces. The skewers themselves are made by hand by the staff and then given to the customer to finish off with a variety of condiments like caramel and chocolate sauce, sprinkles, and other various toppings. Raspberry, mango, chocolate, caramel, condensed milk, honey, maple syrup, and custard are up for grabs as well as candy sprinkles, icing sugar and more.
The minimalist but powerful poster for South Asia’s biggest LGBTQ film festival has been revealed. In January the KASHISH Mumbai International Queer Film Festival put out its annual call for people to enter the design competition for its promotional materials.Mumbai based designer Ashutosh Vyas won with his poster of six silhouettes with pride colors. He said his poster portrays people uniting and forming a society of togetherness and love‘It feels amazing to win, especially in something you believe in. I believe in equal opportunities for all and stand by the idea that all have right to live the way they want to,’ Vyas said.‘KASHISH, through this competition helped me express that.’Along with the prestige of winning, Vyas will also receive a trophy and a cash prize of Rs 25,000 (US$392).Fashion designer Wendell Rodricks judged the competition and said entries came from all over the world.‘This award winning poster is both graphic and bold without resorting to the literal in a detailed visual format,’ he said. The 2018 winning KASHISH film festival poster and its designer Ashutosh Vyas. | Photo: Supplied eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) GAYSTARNEWS- Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… ‘In a minimal, forceful and colourful message, the theme of ‘Together with Pride’ is achieved.‘In its simplicity and starkness with the layering, complexity, diversity and solidarity of the LGBTQ community, the poster conveys instantly what KASHISH 2018 is about.’Vyas’ winning design will feature on hoardings, banners, cinema slides, delegate cards, T-shirts and the program cover.KASHISH is a big dealIt was voted as one of the top five LGBT film festivals in the world. KASHISH is the only LGBT film festival in India to be held in a mainstream theatre.It was the first Indian LGBT festival held with the Indian Government’s Information and Broadcasting Ministry’s approval.Along with the annual film festival it also hosts other initiatives. They include; taking the film festival around campuses, facilitating screening of Indian LGBTQ films across the world and hosting a festival of LGBTQ films in regional languages.KASHISH’s festival director is Sridhar Rangayan, the filmmaker behind Evening Shadows, India’s first gay film to get a child-friendly rating. Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . James Ivory wanted more full frontals in Call Me By Your Name’s final cutUgandan police raid and shut down queer film festivalUganda LGBT Pride Week Marred by ArrestsRead the full article on Gaystarnews: :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/indias-kashish-queer-film-festivals-winning-poster-has-been-revealed/
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News | November 26, 2014 SCCT Publishes Revised Document on Interpretation and Reporting of Coronary CT Angiography Guidelines are modified and updated as technology evolves News | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 06, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Improves Heart Attack Risk Assessment When used with a common heart scan, machine learning, a type of artificial intelligence (AI), does better than… read more Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Image courtesy of Barco NioNovember 26, 2014 — The Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography (SCCT) has published an update of the “SCCT Guidelines for the Interpretation and Reporting of Coronary CT Angiography: A Report of the Society of Cardiovascular Computed Tomography Guidelines Committee” document. The Guidelines, updated from a 2009 document, provide detailed recommendations for the interpretation and reporting of coronary CT angiography. Due to changes in technology and scope of practice, the current version is aligned with modern clinical practice in coronary CTA. These recommendations, like the preceding version, were developed as an educational tool for practitioners to continue to improve the care for patients, in the interest of developing systematic standards of practice for coronary CTA based on the best available data or broad expert consensus. 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By Evie AndreouCyprus-based Cobalt Air will propose to the licensing authority to issue a temporary suspension of its licence to give it some to seek a new investor, director of the board Grigoris Diakos said on Thursday.The company announced on Wednesday night it had cancelled all flights from that point onward due to the indefinite suspension of its operations after failing to secure more funding by its investors Chinese Avic Joy Air.A very emotional Diakos told Radio Proto on Thursday morning that the Chinese company, for its own reasons, had decided it could no longer continue funding Cobalt.“The last few weeks an effort was underway to find a new investor, but because our own priority was safety and to be fully in line with the law, after yesterday, which we had said it would be the last day to reach to the decision, we informed the competent government services […] and we took a decision that was very painful to all,” Diakos said.He added that the company has been in contact with the government since the beginning of the week concerning its problems.Diakos said that they would propose to the licensing authority a temporary suspension of its licence to “give us some time to seek another investor.”During statements to the press at the air carrier’s offices in Larnaca later in the day, Diakos said that the future of the company would depend on the decision of the licensing authority.“If all the licences we have are cancelled then no new investor will show any interest,” he said.He added that there has been some interest by investors, but that the tight timeframe they had to decide made things difficult.If the company could buy some time, he said, they would be able to “give to some, serious investors enough time to assess the financial data and prospects and to decide whether they would like to invest.”In the event a new investor is found, the company would need to prove to the airline licensing authority that it has the necessary funds for its operation. “It is a matter of the authority how long it would take to give us the green light to resume operations.”The state will be covering the cost of repatriation of passengers who were left stranded. Those passengers will have to return home by October 24.Concerning arrangements for passengers scheduled to travel after that date, Diakos said that the Bank of Cyprus had already issued announcements on how its customers who have booked tickets with its cards could claim their money back. He said that the same is applicable with passengers who have booked tickets with cards issued by other banks.On claims there had been accusations of mismanagement of funds, Diakos said Cobalt is a private company and that no tax-payer money was used for its creation.“It was a private initiative. We tried to offer a Cyprus-based air carrier so that there was no dependence on foreign interests,” he said.Diakos said that the company had succeeded to secure all certificates an air carrier is required to obtain within two years, when it takes other companies six to seven years to achieve that, and that it had also won two awards.The company, he said, had informed its staff that there were problems it was trying to resolve.The final announcement on Wednesday had to be made after the last flight for the day had landed to avoid any problems, according to advice by company experts, he said.Fighting tears when talking about the airline’s approximate 280 employees Diakos made a short pause to compose himself. “We feel great responsibility toward our staff, they are enviable people who had experienced the same with (now defunct state-owned) Cyprus Airways,” he said.He added that the company fully respects its staff.The air carrier hired a large number of former staff of Cyprus Airways, which was grounded in 2015 after the European Commission ruled that a state aid package was in violation of competition regulations. The company was ordered to return €65 million, which triggered its shutdown. You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityReassurance for your refugeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoLivestlyChip 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 ArePopularEverythingUndo Our View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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