5 October 2007A United Nations-backed meeting on mountains has forged a consensus among over 60 representatives from governments, civil society and international organizations on the need for a more coherent approach to sustainable agriculture and rural development in the world’s highland areas. A United Nations-backed meeting on mountains has forged a consensus among over 60 representatives from governments, civil society and international organizations on the need for a more coherent approach to sustainable agriculture and rural development in the world’s highland areas.This call came in a statement issued at the close of the third meeting of the Adelboden Group for Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in Mountain Regions held 1-3 October at the Rome headquarters of the UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO).Physically isolated and socially and politically marginalized, mountain populations are among the most vulnerable in the world, FAO said in a news release, noting that 840 million chronically undernourished people live in highland areas and about 270 million mountain people lack food security, with 135 million suffering chronic hunger. “Higher priority should be given to mountain issues in national, regional and global policymaking either through incorporating mountain specific requirements into general policies or through specific mountain policies,” the Group said in a statement read at the end of its meeting.Governments with mountain regions were urged to better integrate mountain areas into national economies and foster economic diversification in highland regions by helping farmers, craftsmen and foresters add value to their products. The group also stressed the need to provide policy support to indigenous mountain communities, whose traditional local knowledge and know-how often help conserve the mountain environment and biodiversity and represent a sustainable approach to highland agriculture.Established in June 2002 in Adelboden, Switzerland, the group serves as a forum for discussion of policies, exchanges of experience, and coordinated planning. It also acts as an advisory board for FAO’s project on Sustainable Agriculture and Rural Development in Mountain Regions.
“He has always made clear that his good offices are available to the parties,” the spokesman said in a statement released in New York.Reached by telephone, a UN spokesman said the Secretary-General’s Special Adviser on International Assistance to Colombia, James Le Moyne, has recently been in touch with the parties in accordance with his mandate.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email US preparing unilateral sanctions on Russia if Europe resists tougher actions WASHINGTON – The United States is considering imposing unilateral sanctions on Russia over its threatening moves in Ukraine, a shift in strategy that reflects the Obama administration’s frustration with Europe’s reluctance to take tougher action against Moscow, according to U.S. and European officials.Until now, the U.S. has insisted on hitting Russia with penalties in concert with Europe in order to maximize the impact and present a united Western front. The European Union has a far stronger economic relationship with Russia, making the 28-nation bloc’s participation key to ensuring sanctions packages have enough teeth to deter Russia.But those same economic ties have made Europe fearful that tougher penalties against Russia could boomerang and hurt their own economies. After weeks of inaction, the officials say the U.S. is now prepared to move forward alone if EU officials fail to enact strong sanctions during a meeting Wednesday in Brussels.The U.S. official cautioned that no final decisions would be made until after the European meeting. The officials insisted on anonymity because they were not authorized to discuss the matter publicly by name.The White House’s willingness to punish Russia without European backing comes as the Obama administration faces criticism that its repeated warnings about tougher sanctions are little more than empty threats.“Sometimes I’m embarrassed for you, as you constantly talk about sanctions and yet, candidly, we never see them put in place,” Sen. Bob Corker, R-Tenn., said during a Senate hearing on Ukraine with administration officials last week.The U.S. and Europe have levied co-ordinated sanctions on Russian individuals and companies connected to Moscow’s alleged destabilization in Ukraine. Obama administration officials argue that those penalties have had an impact on Russia’s economy, citing International Monetary Fund statistics showing a downgrade in Russia’s growth this year.However, officials have acknowledged that the sanctions have not have an impact on Russian President Vladimir Putin’s decision-making in Ukraine.State Department spokesman Jen Psaki said Tuesday that if Putin “cares deeply about his people, about the economy, his own country” the sanctions would shift his calculus.Obama and European counterparts have vowed to take even broader sanctions targeting Russia’s lucrative energy and defence sectors, as well as access to financial markets, if Moscow failed to quell tensions with Ukraine. But it is unclear what the new package of U.S. sanctions would include.During a Group of Seven meeting in Brussels in early June, Western leaders warned Russian President Vladimir Putin those penalties could be levied within a month if Russia did not meet specific conditions, including recognizing the results of Ukraine’s May 25 election and start a dialogue with President Petro Poroshenko, ending support for the pro-Russian insurgency in eastern Ukraine and stopping the flow of arms across the Russian border.The end-of-June deadline the West outlined for Putin came and went with little follow-through from Russia, yet no penalties were levied by the U.S. and Europe.Heather Conley, director of the Europe program at the Center for Strategic and International Studies, said the West’s failure to follow through on its threat of sector sanctions has raised a “credibility question” for the Obama administration.“I think the bluff has now been fully called,” Conley said.If Obama moves forward with unilateral sanctions, he’ll face opposition from the private sector. U.S. businesses have been pressing the administration to hold off on sanctions that could put them at a disadvantage in the global economy.“It’s not clear to us that breaking commercial ties with the Russia partners, consumers gets anyone to where they want to be,” said Gary Litman, vice-president for international strategic initiatives at the U.S. Chamber of Commerce.___Associated Press writers Matthew Lee in Washington and John-Thor Dahlburg in Brussels contributed to this report. by Julie Pace, The Associated Press Posted Jul 15, 2014 1:53 pm MDT
Mexico media giant Televisa pulls the plug on Miss Universe broadcasts over Trump’s remarks AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email MEXICO CITY – Mexican media giant Televisa says it will no longer broadcast the Miss Universe Pageant or engage any other communication project with Donald Trump.Televisa says its decision comes in the wake of “disrespectful” remarks by Trump that the company says offended the entire Mexican population.During his presidential kickoff speech, Trump said Mexican immigrants are “bringing drugs, they’re bringing crime, they’re rapists and some, I assume, are good people.” He advocated building a wall along the United States’ southern border.Televisa said in a statement Monday night that it “strongly rejects all forms of discrimination, racism and xenophobia.”Trump did not respond immediately to the decision by Televisa, one of the largest commercial television groups in the Western Hemisphere. NBC also ended its relationship with Trump on Monday. by The Associated Press Posted Jun 29, 2015 7:50 pm MDT
Mr. Obama said yesterday that, as part of a realignment of US counter-terrorism policy, he would curtail the use of drones, recommit to closing the prison at Guantánamo Bay, Cuba, and seek new limits on his own war power. The new policy guidance imposes tougher standards for when drone strikes can be authorized, limiting them to targets that pose “a continuing, imminent threat to Americans” and cannot feasibly be captured, according to media reports. “This extremely important speech breaks new ground in a number of key respects,” the UN Special Rapporteur on human rights and counter-terrorism, Ben Emmerson, said in a news release. “It affirms for the first time this Administration’s commitment to seek an end to its armed conflict with Al-Qaida as soon as possible; it reminds the world that not every terrorist threat or terrorist attack can be equated with a situation of continuing armed conflict; and it sets out more clearly and more authoritatively than ever before the Administration’s legal justifications for targeted killing, and the constraints that it operates under,” he said. The speech also clarifies, and proposes improvements to, the procedures for independent oversight; and it sets out the steps the President is now resolved to take in order to close Guantánamo Bay, he added.Mr. Emmerson said that the publication of the procedural guidelines for the use of force in counter-terrorism operations is “a significant step towards increased transparency and accountability. It also disposes of a number of myths, including the suggestion that the US is entitled to regard all military-aged males as combatants, and therefore as legitimate targets.” He added that he will be engaging with senior US officials in Washington D.C. over the coming days and weeks in an effort “to put some flesh on the bones of the announcements made.” The expert said that Mr. Obama’s acknowledgement that the time has come to tackle not only the manifestations of terrorism but also its social, economic and political causes around the world “signals a shift in rhetoric and a move in policy emphasis towards promoting a strategy of sustainable and ethical counter-terrorism.” Independent experts, or special rapporteurs, are appointed by the UN Human Rights Council to examine and report back on a country situation or a specific human rights theme. They work in an unpaid capacity.
Coming into a season with big shoes to fill, the Ohio State women’s basketball team is opening its 2012-13 campaign in a big way. The Buckeyes open their season on Friday at the Carrier Classic against Notre Dame, and OSU is ready to start the year with three returning starters, including senior guard Tayler Hill, a preseason watch list candidate for the Wade Trophy. “I think it’s a big accomplishment personally as a player and it’s a good thing to be named,” Hill said. The senior guard is one of 25 NCAA Division I women basketball players named to the list for the 2013 State Farm Wade Trophy, which is awarded to the nation’s top player each year. The Minneapolis, Minn., native is no stranger to earning awards, either. Hill was a first team All-Big Ten selection last season and a member of the Big Ten’s All-Defensive team for the second succeeding year. Buckeye coach Jim Foster said it was not a surprise for Hill to be included on the list because of her performance last season. “She is a four-year starter, she had a great junior year,” Foster said. “She is a great player from both an offensive and defensive point of view and she is a very respected player.” Hill led the Buckeyes and the Big Ten last season in points scored, averaging 20.4 points per game. She averaged 12.4 points per game as a sophomore. The senior guard does not see herself making a big jump in points this season from her junior year. “I probably won’t jump as high as I did from sophomore year to junior year but around that range or a little higher,” Hill said. “From sophomore to junior year it was all about experience.” Alongside Hill, redshirt senior guard Amber Stokes and junior center Ashley Adams return as starters. OSU will have to do without sophomore forward Kalpana Beach who suffered a season-ending knee injury. Beach served as a starter for the Buckeyes last season. “Kalpana Beach just had surgery and will not play this year, but we got some depth and experience in her position,” Foster said. “We will see who steps up to the challenge.” Foster said junior center Darryce Moore, junior forward Martina Ellerbe and senior forward Emilee Harmon will need to step up to fill Beach’s shoes this season. Despite the loss of Beach, Hill said the team chemistry shouldn’t be affected. “I think it’s a good thing because we have played with each other over the years and have more experience in the front and backcourt and we know where each other are on the floor,” Hill said. “The chemistry is there between us.” Foster said the talent of former point guard and 2012 Big Ten Player of the Year Samantha Prahalis, who graduated and now plays for the WNBA’s Phoenix Mercury, cannot be replaced. “Defensively, we are going to have to be a really good basketball team and we show signs of being that,” Foster said. “Offensively, no one player can take the place of Sammy Prahalis and we have to do that with a real team effort, and with every indication I have seen, this team is very willing to do that.” The Buckeyes are scheduled to open the season aboard the USS Yorktown in Charleston, S.C., on Friday against Notre Dame at 4 p.m.
WASHINGTON — Former Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton fended off questions Sunday on the deaths of American diplomats in Benghazi, Libya, in 2012, suggesting that no additional explanation she offered would satisfy critics.“There’s a difference between unanswered questions and unlistened-to answers,” Clinton said on “CBS Sunday Morning.”“There were a lot of confusing pieces of information flooding into us from the very first moment we heard about it,” Clinton said, referring to the attack on the U.S. diplomatic compound in Benghazi. “We did our best to sort it out.”“I did my best to fully cooperate with the Congress. I respect the Congress’ oversight responsibility,” she said, suggesting Republican critics have seized on discrepancies that arose from “the fog of war” and have improperly tried to use them as evidence of a coverup.Clinton’s Sunday TV appearance came after a week of promotional interviews for her memoir, “Hard Choices,” in which she occasionally seemed to stumble over easy questions or appeared tone deaf to the plight of ordinary Americans. Republican party chairman Reince Priebus pointed to those moments in an interview on CBS’s “Face the Nation.”Clinton “went out of the gate with one gaffe after the next,” he said. “The Democrats have nobody behind Hillary Clinton. If she keeps free-falling, she is not going to be the nominee.”
SALT LAKE CITY — A pregnant Utah woman driving herself to the hospital gave birth to a healthy, nearly 10-pound baby boy on the side of an interstate highway Saturday, police said. The 32-year-old woman’s labor became overwhelming shortly after she left the North Ogden area and she called 911, said Utah Highway Patrol Trooper Jalaine Hawkes. The expectant mother pulled over on the side of Interstate 15 and waited for help. A state trooper and Police Chief Jean Loveland from the nearby town of Willard sped to the spot. Within minutes of their arrival, they helped her give birth to a 9.9-pound baby boy in her car.The mother and baby were taken in good condition to the hospital in Brigham City, about 60 miles north of Salt Lake City.The woman’s name was not immediately released.“Everyone is really feeling good,” Hawkes said. Roadside births happen occasionally in the state, especially in rural areas where it’s harder to get to a hospital quickly, Hawkes said. Troopers are all equipped with a delivery kit, and when babies are born healthy it’s a happy occasions for emergency crews as well. Another Utah woman gave birth to twins on the side of Interstate 80 in June 2013. In that case, 39-year-old mother Lynette Hales was 30 weeks pregnant and taking a last getaway in the Nevada gambling town of Wendover near the Utah border when she went into labor. The first baby had difficulty breathing at first, but both baby boys were flown to a hospital in fair condition.
SkyCity sees 900 New Zealand casino workers strike for second straight weekend RelatedPosts Load More SkyCity offloads Auckland carpark concession for NZ$220 million Bad luck can’t stop SKYCITY from upward surge in FY19 Construction is officially underway on the AU$330 million upgrade and expansion of Adelaide Casino. The first of two large cranes, measuring 123 meters in height, was installed last weekend with contractors revealing it would complete more than 80,000 lifts of materials over the next two years.Construction is expected to be completed in 2021. The casino’s owners, SKYCITY Entertainment Group, recently signed a construction agreement with Hansen Yuncken for the AU$330 million redevelopment, with the agreement covering a 27-month construction period from the date of commencement including incentives for the project to be completed on time.SKYCITY said that 90% of construction costs were fixed as part of the contract with the remaining 10% represented by provisional sums, such as fit-out and FF&E, within SKYCITY’s control. Main construction work is set to begin before the end of the year with completion expected in the first half of 2021.The expanded Adelaide Casino will include a 123 room all-suite boutique hotel, restaurants, bars and cafés, function space for 750 people, a 1,500 space car park and improved back-of-house facilities.
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Alien war with humans as depicted in the trailer of Hollywood movie Edge of TomorrowJason Quitt, a self-proclaimed time traveller recently talked on an AM radio show and claimed that a blood-shedding war will be fought between aliens and humans in the future. The man who claims himself as a multi-dimensional time traveller made these startling revelations while talking in this week’s Coast to Coast AM radio show.As per Jason Quitt, the upcoming war between aliens and humans will be so dreaded, and it will force mankind to change the existing world order. Quitt also made it clear that he is not able to change the future, thus creating a paradox.At one point in time, Quitt revealed that he witnessed a technologically advanced city where inhabitants could communicate with people and objects using telepathy. He also revealed that humans living in the future are integrated with artificial intelligence (AI). The time traveller added that the government in the future will be actually an Artificial Intelligence (AI) presence tapped into every person on the earth.Jason Quitt, during the talk also detailed the aftermath of the war between aliens and humans. As per Quitt, the war which will be fought between aliens and humans will not be the same as depicted in Hollywood movies, and it will be much more disastrous than that.”What see in a war zone is not what you see in the movies, it is very different and it hurts you to see those things. You come back to sort of shell-shocked and you don’t know how to express that because it sticks with you,” said Jason Quitt, Express.co.uk reports.Jason Quitte is now slowly emerging as a popular personality among conspiracy theorists all across the world. In several talks and interviews, Jason Quitte has made it clear that he does not have the capability to travel physically across time, instead, he can travel across the time by leaving his body.”Once I am out I lose all control. I have no idea where I am going or if I am going to even retain that memory. If I even try to influence the experience I wake up. These experiences feel like they last for only a couple of minutes at the most – they are very quick. So I am trying very hard to extend it,” revealed Quitte during the Coast to Coast AM talk.This is not the first time that a man has claimed to have travelled across time. Popular conspiracy theory YouTube channel Apex TV has been uploading time travel testimonials for the past couple of years, and most of them seem unbelievable. Even though conspiracy theorists are convinced of the videos uploaded by Apex TV, sceptics have dismissed these claims stating that these clips are shot with the help of amateur actors.
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A training aircraft of Bangladesh Air Force (BAF) crashed at Rasulpur in Madhupur upazila of Tangail on Friday afternoon, reports UNB.Rezaul Karim, assistant director of Inter Services Public Relation Directorate (ISPR), said the F-7 aircraft crashed around 3:00pm during an air exercise.The pilot is feared dead, he said, adding that a rescue operation was underway.
Share Google MapsThe fatal crash occurred near the intersection of Fulton and Crosstimbers, in north Houston.Metro is investigating a fatal crash on the light rail line.The transit agency says a person was struck and killed by a southbound train on the Red Line. It happened just before 10 a.m. on Fulton Street near Crosstimbers.Metro Police have been talking to witnesses to try to find out what led up to the crash. They’ve also shut down the rail line north of that location and they’re using buses to transport riders.
Shimadzu Medical Systems Receives FDA 510(k) for FluoroSpeed X1 RF System Shimadzu Medical Systems USA, a subsidiary of Shimadzu Corp., announced they have received U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) 510(k) clearance for the FluoroSpeed X1 patient side conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) table system. RSNA and ACR to Collaborate on Landmark Medical 3D Printing Registry The Radiological Society of North America (RSNA) and the American College of Radiology (ACR) will launch a new medical 3-D printing clinical data registry to collect 3-D printing data at the point of clinical care. 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Virgin Atlantic is celebrating India’s 72nd Independence Day by offering its customers incredible savings through a freedom sale from August 8-10, 2018. Customers planning a trip to the UK or US can enjoy a discount of 30% on one way and return flights in Economy and Upper Class. Customers already travelling with Virgin Atlantic this Independence Day will be offered tricolour bakes. The ground staff will also welcome the passengers in traditional dresses and tricolour stoles marking the celebrations.David Hodges, Country Manager at Virgin Atlantic said, “We are extremely delighted to offer our customers a specially discounted airfare to help plan their next trip soon. Customers travelling on August 15 and celebrating a birthday are also in for a special surprise – if there’s a seat available we’ll upgrade them to the next cabin free of charge.”Hodges also added, “Virgin Atlantic offers daily flights to London and beyond, and we pride ourselves on making travel that little bit more fun, personalised and more exciting – from serving afternoon tea, having Wi-Fi connectivity in every cabin to having the largest fully flatbed available in business class. We are always looking for ways to ensure our customers are surprised and delighted by every journey with us.”
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