A witness captured video of the scary moments when a teen girl fell roughly 25 feet from a gondola ride in upstate New York. CNN reports.
A witness captured video of the scary moments when a teen girl fell roughly 25 feet from a gondola ride in upstate New York. CNN reports.
The United Nations envoy on Yemen has welcomed the release today of President Abd-Rabbu Mansour Hadi’s chief of staff, and urged the opposition group Ansarallah – which had abducted the official last week – “to undertake steps that would be in the best interest of all political sides and the people of Yemen.” According to a note to the press issued by the spokesperson for Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, the UN Special Adviser on Yemen, Jamal Benomar, expressed great pleasure on today’s release by Ansarallah of Ahmed Awadh Bin Mubarak, Director of the Office of the President, after Mr. Benomar’s continuous mediation efforts. The UN says that the Special Adviser remarked that this news would help reduce tensions and enable progress in the on-going negotiations that he has been facilitating. Further, Mr. Benomar urged Ansarallah to undertake steps that would be in the best interest of all political sides and the people of Yemen. In the context of the daily meetings of all the signatories to the Peace and National Partnership Agreement that Mr. Benomar has been convening, he pressed all political parties to act responsibly and to give priority to the national interest in order to overcome the current crisis, said the UN. Despite the formation of a new Government in November 2014 aimed at ending a period of political turbulence and bringing about a full transition towards democracy, Yemen continues to be plagued by violence and mass political demonstrations. News of Mr. Mubarak’s release after nearly 10 days being held captive comes as political tensions grip the country’s capital, Sana’a. The Secretary-General and the UN Security Council have, in recent days, expressed concern about the situation and issued strong calls for calm, restraint and dialogue among the parties. Just this past weekend, Mr. Ban voiced serious concern about developments following the resignation of the President and Prime Minister amid a takeover of the capital by Houthi militants. This followed a steady deterioration the previous week as Government forces clashed with Houthi militants throughout the capital.
UK car manufacturing fell by -16.8% in September, according to the latest figures released today by the Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT). 25,610 fewer cars rolled off production lines than in the same month last year, capping off a turbulent first three quarters as global trade tensions, model changes and uncertainty over diesel and Brexit were exacerbated by testing backlogs due to new emissions regulations.Production fell for both home and overseas markets, down year on year by a respective -19.0% and -16.2%. Exports, however, continued to drive volumes, accounting for eight out of every 10 cars produced. In the year to date, overall output has declined by -6.6%, with the decline driven predominantly by falling UK demand, currently down -18.6%, but compounded by slower growth across Europe.Mike Hawes, SMMT Chief Executive, said,Today’s figures highlight the many competing challenges facing UK Automotive. It has been a turbulent year and the industry needs stability, something which appears elusive given the lack of resolution to Brexit negotiations. The UK government has recognised the importance of a deal that maintains free and frictionless trade with the EU, but it is up to all sides to deliver this to safeguard the hundreds of thousands of jobs depending on the sector.Stability is also needed at home and a stronger UK new car market would go a long way to boosting manufacturing output. The Chancellor’s Budget next week is the perfect opportunity to stimulate the market, sending consumers and businesses the right signals to encourage the purchase of new cars, which would help bolster economic performance as well as delivering environmental goals.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) British car manufacturing declines -16.8% in September, with 127,051 units produced.Production for UK and overseas markets falls -19.0% and -16.2% as supply issues continue.Year-to-date output down -6.6% to 1,171,765 units, with eight in 10 destined for export.
Rainbow Rare Earths (RBW) has shipped its first load of high grade rare earth mineral concentrate (circa 62%), which is currently being transported by road to Mombasa in GPS tracked trucks. RBW has achieved production on time and on budget and is one of a handful of rare earth producers outside of China. It now has become the only African producer of this vital ingredient into permanent magnets, which is critical to the ‘Green Revolution’.Its Gakara permit in Burundi is one of the highest grade rare earth element (REE) projects globally with very low operational costs; with a forecasted operational margin of about 60%. The Gakara asset is preferentially enriched in Neodymium (Nd) and Praseodymium (Pr) in comparison with many other rare earth operations. This is reflected in Gakara’s revenue profile where some 80% of revenue comes from Nd and Pr.In a research report, Charles FitzRoy of Arden Partners notes “rare earth prices have risen considerably over the last 12 months, driven by momentum from electric vehicles (EVs) and the ‘Green Revolution’. REEs are used to construct the highest performing permanent magnets used in electric motors, which are critical for electric vehicles.“RBW has successfully delivered on its stated strategy of havingdeveloped the Gasagwe mine, constructed its processing plant to the point of final commissioning and now has exported its first shipment of mineral concentrate all within 11 months of IPO. RBW is targeting a run rate of 5,000 t/y (circa 4,200 t/y concentrate) by the end of 2018.“The processing plant at Kabezi is now fully constructed and precommissioning has been completed in the majority of areas. The plant is expected to be fully operational before the month end. Mining has continued to make solid progress at Gasagwe and has already delivered the targeted ROM ore stockpile for the commissioning period this month.”Martin Eales, CEO of Rainbow, commented: “Rainbow can now rightly claim to be the only producing rare earths mine in Africa, and the highest grade producer globally. We have successfully delivered on our stated strategy having developed the Gasagwe mine, constructed our processing plant to the point of final commissioning and now exported our first shipment of mineral concentrate all within 11 months of IPO. This is a proud moment for all involved in the company and we now look forward to growing our monthly production levels over the coming months targeting a 5,000 t/y run rate by the end of 2018.”
💙 | 28 years ago, 96 football fans went to a game but didn’t come home. Today, as always, our thoughts are with their friends and families. pic.twitter.com/RFbQtrVk64— Everton (@Everton) April 15, 2017 The Sun was later forced to apologise for that edition, and admit that the accusations it had made were baseless.Read: Two men charged in connection with the death of Irishman Dylan CrawfordRead: ‘Walking out at the Maracana brought a tear to me eye. I never had those moments with GB’ http://jrnl.ie/3342101 67 Comments By Cianan Brennan Source: Everton/Twitter Whilst we will not dignify any journalist with a response to appalling and indefensible allegations, the newspaper has to know that an attack on this City, either against a much respected community or individual, is not acceptable.The Sun yesterday suspended MacKenzie, who is rumoured to earn £300,000 per year for his column, and apologised for offence caused and said it was “unaware of Ross Barkley’s heritage”. It also said the views expressed by the columnist about the people of Liverpool, were “wrong, unfunny and are not the view of the paper”.It said that MacKenzie is currently on holiday but that the matter would be fully investigated on his return. Kelvin MacKenzie Source: PA Wire/PA ImagesToday is the 28th anniversary of the Hillsborough disaster, which claimed the lives of 96 Liverpool supporters at the 1989 FA Cup semi-final between Liverpool and Nottingham Forest in Sheffield.MacKenzie, who was then editor of The Sun, drew intense criticism for publishing a front page in the paper, billed The Truth, which claimed that Liverpool fans had behaved in a dreadful manner during and in the aftermath of that tragedy. Everton bans The Sun from its stadium following controversial Kelvin MacKenzie column The column by MacKenzie discussing Everton player Ross Barkley in derogatory fashion has caused outrage. Share Tweet Email1 Club Statement: pic.twitter.com/xDkptbbamk— Everton (@Everton) April 15, 2017 Source: Everton/Twitter Saturday 15 Apr 2017, 12:52 PM Apr 15th 2017, 12:52 PM Goodison Park Source: Nick PottsEVERTON FOOTBALL CLUB has banned The Sun newspaper from its stadium, Goodison Park, on foot of a controversial article by columnist Kelvin MacKenzie regarding the club’s 23-year-old midfielder Ross Barkley.The Liverpool club has also banned the newspaper from its Finch Farm training complex and all other areas of its operation.The paper caused outrage yesterday after publishing a column by MacKenzie (himself a former editor of The Sun) in which Barkley, who was punched in a nightclub altercation last week, was described as “thick” and compared to a gorilla.Barkley is of Nigerian descent.“Yesterday Everton Football Club informed The Sun newspaper it was banned from Goodison Park, the USM Finch Farm training ground and all areas of the Club’s operation,” Everton said in a statement. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 28,321 Views Short URL
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Marie Bruin opened the envelope and there it was, eight lines down, in typed letters: Peggy Leona Wilson. For most of her adult life, 55-year-old Bruin searched for clues about her past. She spent years imagining what she would say to her family if she ever met them. A new state law that took effect this summer allowed thousands of adoptees to access their original birth certificate.For the first time, Bruin knew her biological mother’s name. But despite the new information, she planned to proceed cautiously. She knew she was born to a white mother and a black father at Vancouver Memorial Hospital. “The last thing I wanted, was to be that call that says, ‘Hey, your mom had another child and it’s me’ and change or modify that person’s opinion of that person for the rest of their life,” said Bruin, who lives in Tacoma. “I wanted to be very careful not to do that.” Instead, within minutes of receiving her birth certificate, more than five decades of mystery disappeared. “My daughter, in this day of social media, went online and found the whole family on Facebook in probably less than five minutes,” Bruin said. It turns out, Bruin wasn’t the only one searching. Her family had been looking for her, too. Her mother died, but Bruin met her brothers and extended family for the first time this summer.One of her brothers told her, “I don’t know what it was like where you grew up, but I want you to know if you had grown up with us, you would have had five brothers and you wouldn’t have worried about anything,” Bruin said.Bruin, who described herself as a guarded person, said she was amazed at how quickly she felt at ease around her biological family. “The most profound thing was that everyone kept saying, ‘You look just like Peggy … You look just like your mom. You stand just like her,’” Bruin said. This Thanksgiving, one of Bruin’s biological brothers spent the holiday with her and she exchanged well wishes with her other newly discovered family members.
Clary went onto discover that it was a suicide note. Clary contacted dispatch to have medics sent and then made forced entry into the residence. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享An officer with the Soldotna Police Department will be receiving special recognition, at the Soldotna City Council meeting, this Wednesday for his life saving efforts. Officer Clary will recognized at the Soldotna City Council meeting on Wednesday, May 23. According to a memo to the council from Soldotna Police Chief Peter Mlynarik, upon entry Clary contacted a male in the rear of the residence. The male informed Clary that he was depressed and had taken prescription medication. Chief Mlynarik: “Your astute observations and attentiveness led to your discovery of the suicide note that may have been missed by others not so observant. You did not hesitate to enter the trailer even with the uncertainty of what you might encounter with a suicidal person. Your actions most likely saved the life of this individual.” Chief Mlynarik: “Your service to the community in rendering aid to this person, without hesitation, is a credit to you as a police officer.” On May 1, the individual whose life was saved contacted the Police Department to make sure that Clary was recognized for saving his life thus giving him the opportunity to continue to be a father to his children. The medics transported the individual to the hospital where it was learned that he had taken moreprescription medication than originally reported. The male also reported that he was considering shooting himself with a gun that was later recovered by police at the residence. On April 26, SPD Officer Stephen Clary responded to a residence to follow up on a case he was working on. According to SPD, as Clary walked to the door he noticed a note stuck to an inner door.
Governor Walker: “Forward funding education instead of sending out pink slips this year was one of clearest signs that our goal to help Alaska turn a corner is succeeding.” One provision provides for 25 percent of Alaska’s tax revenue from marijuana to go toward drug education, prevention, and treatment programs. Facebook0TwitterEmailPrintFriendly分享Governor Bill Walker signed Senate Bill 104 into law yesterday, at the Anchorage School District’s 2018 Learning and Leadership Summit. SB 104 was sponsored by Senator Anna MacKinnon and establishes and funds a three-year pilot program to identify and test curriculum in four rural and urban school districts. The new law included the marijuana tax measure, originally sponsored by Senator Cathy Giessel, which will be overseen by the state health department. SB 104 also establishes a “curriculum best practices fund,” with $19.5 million dollars, to be distributed to school districts all over Alaska.
Sen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., on the U.S. Senate floor Tuesday. (Photo from the Office of Jeff Flake)Alaska’s congressional delegation cheered last year when the Missile Defense Agency awarded an $80 million contract for work at the Kodiak Island missile launch facility. But in the U.S. Senate this week, the contract was at the top of one Republican senator’s pork list.Listen nowSen. Jeff Flake, R-Ariz., has taken the mantle as the Senate’s pork-buster-in-chief by publishing an annual “wastebook.” The last one had a “Star Wars” theme: “The Farce Awakens.” This time, Flake titled his book “Porkemon Go.”“But instead of Pikachu, we’re looking out for Pork-achu,” he explained.(The wastebook does not lack for puns.) Flake said his top entry this year, No. 1 of 50, is the Kodiak spaceport.“After sitting unused for several years, the Pentagon is now sinking another $80 million into the spaceport,” Flake said. “This is despite the fact that it’s not even equipped with the type of missiles that DOD plans to launch for the site.”Last summer, the Missile Defense Agency awarded a sole-source contract to the Alaska Aerospace Corp. for an indefinite number of launches and for range support services. It could pay as much as $80 million over six years. But MDA won’t use the existing launch facility and will instead bring its own launch equipment.Sen. Flake reviewed the history of the spaceport, which benefited from earmarks the late Sen. Ted Stevens was able to wring from Congress, over objections from some in the Pentagon. As Flake recounted, an Army employee who pushed for the project later admitted to receiving kickbacks from defense contractors.“A mid-level DOD employee who was sentenced to prison for masterminding the plot eventually confessed that building the launch facility — quote — ‘doesn’t make sense,’” Flake said.And then Flake moved on to slamming the National Comedy Center in New York, which received $1.7 million, in part to create holograms of dead comedians.Sen. Dan Sullivan, a member of the Armed Services Committee, didn’t think much of Flake’s critique.“That’s what happens when senators who don’t know anything about missile defense take to the floor,” said Sullivan, R-Alaska.Sullivan put a plug for the Kodiak facility in the Defense bill last year. He called Alaska “the cornerstone of missile defense,” because of its position on the globe and its many military assets.
new frog speciesVijayakumar/DineshIndian scientists have discovered a starry dwarf frog that is believed to be an entirely new genus and species, while surveying reptiles at a height of 1,300 meters in India’s southern Western Ghats in Kerala.Palaniswamy Vijayakumar who was among the first to spot the new species one night in 2010, initially thought that it was another species of frog. To his surprise, it turned out to be an entirely new species and could even be a new family with a lineage traceable to ancient Gondwanaland period when the sub-continent was part of the African continent before drifting towards Asia.The frog, which looked like any other frog, did not stand out as a different species, initially with its brown back, orange belly and starlike spots, which acted as camouflage against the dark hues and water droplets on the forest floor. It measured just 2 to 2.9 centimeters long that it “can sit on your thumb,” said Vijayakumar Palaniswamy, a biogeographer at George Washington University in Washington, D.C.”I had no clue I was holding onto a 50-million-year-old lineage,” said Vijayakumar. “It’s a unique, old lineage without any close relatives” said Vijayakumar, who is a member of the team that is working on to confirm through genetic analysis and anatomical comparisons to decide whether it belongs to a differently new species.Named starry dwarf frog, the DNA analysis, anatomy and geographic distribution of it stunned the team in the lab when they realised that they had stumbled upon a new species altogether. The frog belonged to sole known species of a lineage dating back 57 million to 76 million years, said researchers. Scientifically named Astrobatrachus kurichiyana, with a genus name that includes “astro” for the frog’s bluish-white starlike dots, and species name refers to local Kurichiyan people in Kerala. The report was published in PeerJ.
Map of ComillaA local leader of ruling Awami League (AL) was shot to death in Titas upazila of Comilla on Saturday night, reports UNB.The deceased was identified as Mohammad Monir, 48, former president of Jagatpur union Awami League, said inspector (investigation) Manzur Kader Bhuiyan of Titas police station.Some unidentified people shot Monir in front a school in Bhatipara village under Jagatpur union around 8:30pm, police said.The victim was rushed to Gauripur Upazila Health Complex in Daudkandi where the on-duty doctor declared him dead.Meanwhile, a local source said Monir might have been killed due to the internal clash of the party.
Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Mesa family survives lightning strike to home New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Sponsored Stories Comments Share Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Top Stories Quick workouts for men Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Chinese group Tzaneen International tabled the single bid in Friday’s auction, Spanish news agency Europa Press said. The receiver had set a minimum price of 28 million euros. If no better bid is received by September, the sale will go through, the news agency said.Tzaneen International reportedly plans to invest up to 100 million euros in the airport and make it a cargo hub. The offer is for the airport infrastructure only, not adjacent land.Central has one of Europe’s longest runways and was designed to handle 2.5 million passengers a year.The construction was heavily funded by the Caja Castilla La Mancha savings bank — the first of Spain’s troubled savings banks to be bailed out, in 2010.Another largely unused airport and symbol of wasteful spending is Castellon, on Spain’s eastern coast. It cost around 150 million euros and opened in 2011.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. MADRID (AP) — One of Spain’s “ghost airports” — expensive projects that were virtually unused — received just one bid in a bankruptcy auction after costing some 1.1 billion euros ($1.2 billion) to build. The buyer’s offer: 10,000 euros.Ciudad Real’s Central airport, about 235 kilometers (150 miles) south of Madrid, became a symbol of the country’s wasteful spending during a construction boom that ended with the financial crisis of 2008, the year the airport opened. The operator of the airport went bankrupt in 2012 after it failed to draw enough traffic. New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like
As debate heats up about whether to repeal the Dodd-Frank Act, witnesses testifying before the House Financial Services Committee Monday appeared as divided over the issue as the general public, with some criticizing the law and others praising it.[IMAGE]Lawmakers convened the field hearing on regulatory reform in Wausau, Wisconsin, early Monday morning.The leaders of banks and credit unions largely panned the financial regulatory overhaul, highlighting the demand for more resources and manpower in compliance issues even as regulators themselves continue to scrutinize new loans.Marty Reinhart, president of Spencer-based “”Heritage Bank””:https://www.heritagebankwaonline2.com/home/home, read from prepared text that the “”current examination environment is hampering lending at the very time that bank credit is needed to sustain the economic recovery.””He described current conditions as a “”pendulum… swung too far in the direction of over-regulation,”” citing bank examiners that ask for write-downs on more loans, disregard any other qualifications for a borrower apart from collateral, and hedge toward non-accruals for loans despite current payments.Patricia Wesenberg, president and CEO of the “”Central City Credit Union””:https://www.centralcitycu.com/, called attention to one instance in which a bank executive with her institution used as much as a third of her working time to oversee and deliver reports to federal regulators.””The barrage of regulations creates an unnecessary burden without any measure of the effectiveness of these changes,”” she said. “”They are costly, both in time and personnel to implement, and they are confusing to our [COLUMN_BREAK]membership.””In tandem with their Monday testimony, the “”Office of the Comptroller of the Currency””:http://www.occ.treas.gov/ issued a report that found the Volcker Rule ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô a crucial regulation under Dodd-Frank passed to ban proprietary trading ├â┬ó├óÔÇÜ┬¼├óÔé¼┼ô would cost banks as much as $1 billion in logged hours, resources, and other expenses.Still others seemed to portray Dodd-Frank as beneficial to the broader economic recovery at best and less painful for banks at worst.Alan Erickson, a self-described small business owner and mayor of Mosinee, Wisconsin, said in his testimony that lenders continue to pull back from loan volume for reasons that include a lack of collateral and aversion to new risk.””As far as risk goes, [b]anks say that regulators are getting in the way of their making good loans,”” he said in prepared testimony. “”For business owners though, those problems are arguable.””Bethany Sanchez, director of fair lending with the “”Metropolitan Milwaukee Fair Housing Council””:http://www.fairhousingwisconsin.com/, acknowledged “”a big demand for home mortgages and for home repair loans”” but differed from earlier witnesses by saying that “”[r]egulations can, and will help address this need.””She highlighted success in the Community Reinvestment Act (CRA) and called Dodd-Frank something that would provide “”safeguards to borrowers in the mortgage market, and [ensure] that large institutions looking to acquire another bank will need to evaluate not only the banks’ records in CRA assessment areas, but whether the acquisition would be a significant benefit across the country.””She cited a February 2009 “”Federal Reserve””:http://www.federalreserve.gov/ study that she said discovered that lenders issuing 94 percent of subprime loans in 2006 operated outside of the coverage now provided by CRA rules, adding that “”the damage could have been contained”” had Dodd-Frank been in place during the financial crisis.The bigger picture, according to Erickson?””We need to stimulate the system from the bottom up,”” he said. “”It’s about jobs. We create jobs by investing in one another.””Government needs to rethink the concept of trickledown economics,”” he added. October 31, 2011 404 Views Hearing Portrays a Public Divided Over Dodd-Frank in Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing Agents & Brokers Appraisals Attorneys & Title Companies Confidence Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Dodd-Frank Federal Reserve Fixed-Rate Mortgage House Financial Services Committee Housing Affordability Investment Jobs Lenders & Servicers Mortgage Applications OCC Processing Proprietary Trading Service Providers Subprime Loans Underwriting Standards Unemployment Volcker Rule 2011-10-31 Ryan Schuette Share
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