By Safaa KasraouiRabat – Real Madrid’s striker, Alvaro Morata, has no clue regarding his future with his squad when his contract comes up for renewal.Most recently, the 24-year-old player scored 3 goals for his club during Wednesday’s game against Leganes. Several international outlets have been talking about Alvaro leaving his current team at the end of the season. Morata, however, has refuted all rumors saying that he has no future intentions. He added that he is choosing to focus on achieving his objectives as an important part of his team.“I feel good at Real Madrid and that is what important,” said MorataHe also said that he is trying to take advantage of any opportunity he has when he plays, adding that he has dreams of winning everything possible with his team.“I am scoring goals and helping the team. It’s important for me personally to continue this way and support my team,” he added.According to Spanish outlet, AS, Chelsea coach, Antonio Conte, is ready to do anything to sign Morata. Conte would reportedly be willing to offer GBP 65 million to make a deal happen.A press report issued by Tuttomercatobweb has promoted this news, stating that Chelsea club president, Roman Abramovitch, might use Zinedine Zindan’s interest in Eden Hazard and include Alvaro Morata in the deal.
Rabat – The construction site of the Tangier-Casablanca high-speed rail line has reached 90 percent completion, according to Abdelkader Amara, Minister of Equipment, Transport, Logistics and Water. Amar visited the sites of the future HST railway station in Tangier, the maintenance workshop, and the El Hachef viaduct.The construction works of the HSL Tanger-Casablanca line increased by 1 percent during the month of August. “It now has an overall turnover rate of 92 percent,” the Minister confirmed to MAP. “This mega-project will promote Morocco’s entry into an advanced phase of HST technology, while allowing it to be ahead of several countries and to set itself up as a model on the field at the African and Arab levels.”ONCF General Director Mohamed Rabie Khlie said the first tests at 320 km per hour of this high-speed train will begin during the month of September on a 120-kilometer stretch. He also ensured that “the preparation for operation is progressing according to the agreed schedule, in particular in terms of training drivers, maintenance personnel and commercial staff,” while pointing out to the MAP that “civil engineering works are already completed, while those of railway equipment will be completed before the end of 2017.” The first half of 2018 will be devoted to the testing of the certification of the system and to its running-in, while “the commercial commissioning of the project is planned during summer 2018,” the minister said.Amara also recalled that “the El Hachef viaduct, with an investment of MAD 1.092 billion, constitutes the longest viaduct of the line with 3.5 kilometers, and one of the most spectacular works of the project,” adding that it presents “impressive technical characteristics and illustrates the magnitude of the component of this large-scale project, noting that it has 12 viaducts, 169 road bridges and railway bridges and more than 100 hydraulic structures, realized at 80 percent by Moroccan companies.”The new Tangier station will be built on an area of ??10,500 m² with 77,000 m² of outdoor facilities. It will include passenger traffic areas, counters, boarding rooms, and shops. The project, with a budget MAD of 360 million dirhams, currently sits at 65 percent completion.The high speed train maintenance workshop will accommodate up to 30 HST. It will spread over 12 hectares including 20,000 m² of covered buildings. Inaugurated by the king in September 2015, it required an investment of MAD 640 million.
The Toronto stock market is sharply lower as political turmoil in Greece and worries about slowing economic conditions took a big bite out of commodities.The S&P/TSX composite index fell 86.09 points to 12,846.The Canadian dollar is down 0.63 of a cent at 99.54 cents US as traders continued to avoid riskier assets such as oil and metals and resource-based currencies like the loonie.New York’s Dow industrials fell 87.27 points to 12,844.82. The Nasdaq dropped 35.21 points to 2,911.06 and the S&P 500 index lost 10.33 points to 1,353.39.Greece has weighed on markets since inconclusive elections Sunday failed to produce a party that could form a government, raising worries the country could default and exit the eurozone.Oil fell $1.24 to US$95.77 a barrel.
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email OTTAWA – Canada’s vehicle manufacturers are poised to have their most profitable year in a decade in 2012, according to the Conference Board of Canada.The Ottawa-based economic forecaster estimates the industry will have $1.35 billion in pre-tax profits this year, its best year since 2002.“The industry will continue to benefit from brisk growth in vehicle sales, both this year and next,” said Michael Burt, director, industrial economic trends.Burt noted that while Canadian sales are set to surpass their pre-recession level this year, sales in the United States are not expected to return to 2007 volumes until 2014.“This increasing U.S. demand is expected to lead to a prolonged recovery in Canadian auto exports,” he said.Through the first eight months of 2012, Canadian automotive production rose almost 20 per cent compared with the same period last year, according to the Conference Board report.Sales in Canada surged 7.1 per cent between January and August of this year and are on track to reach 1.72 million vehicles — the most since 2002.Across Canada, truck sales continued to outnumber passenger car purchases, particularly in the Prairies where brisk activity in the mining and construction industries is driving sales.Sales to the U.S. have posted double-digit sales growth three years in a row, culminating in a 15 per cent increase in Canadian exports this year.Yet, U.S. sales remain 1.7 million units below where they stood in 2007, leaving room for further growth assuming that Congress and the White House take measures to avoid the looming “fiscal cliff” — the combination of big U.S. government spending cuts and the end of Bush-era tax breaks set to kick in automatically at the start of 2013.Going forward, production growth will slow over the next five years from this year’s “torrid pace,” with Canadian sales gains limited because demand that built up during the recession “has effectively dried out,” the report said.The Conference Board also noted that General Motors will close one of its Oshawa plants in 2014 and growth in sales will also start to level off in the United States. Canada’s vehicle makers headed for most profitable year since 2001: report by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 22, 2012 9:46 am MDT
“As the security situation continues to worsen, I am extremely worried about the families urgently in need of water, food, shelter, healthcare, sanitation and protection from violence,” said Valerie Amos, Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs and UN Emergency Relief Coordinator. That includes targeting of women and children, who have reportedly been kidnapped, raped and forcibly married to militants of the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL/ISIS) and other armed groups. Phumzile Mlambo-Ngcuka, Executive Director of UN Women, expressed deep concern yesterday following the reported suicides of some women who had been raped, and of men who had been forced to watch the rape of their wives and daughters. “UN Women strongly condemns sexual and gender-based violence, and calls on all parties to address such reports and protect the rights of Iraqi women and girls,” she said. Ms. Mlambo-Ngcuka said such targeting is “a grave violation of human rights” and warned against the risk of growing extremism to women’s rights in the region and worldwide.An estimated 20,000 women and girls in Iraq are at an increased risk of sexual violence as a result of the mounting crisis in the north and west, the UN Population Fund (UNFPA) said earlier this week. The agency also noted since this latest violence erupted three weeks ago in northern Iraq, of the approximately one million people displaced by the crisis, some 250,000 women and girls – including nearly 60,000 pregnant women – are in need of urgent health care.In total, more than 2.2 million people are now displaced in Iraq, including one million people already seeking refuge in Iraq as a result of the Syrian conflict and previous conflicts. The bulk of them have fled to the autonomous Kurdish region, where UN agencies are doing their best to support the humanitarian response despite continued finding and ongoing security constraints, Ms. Amos said, adding: “But we have struggled to raise the funds required.”To that end, she echoed UN Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon’s gratitude to the Government of Saudi Arabia, which yesterday donated $500 million towards the humanitarian effort. More than 2,417 Iraqis were killed last month and another 2,287 were injured in acts of terrorism and violence, according to the UN Assistance Mission in the country (UNAMI) human rights team.Mr. Ban and senior UN officials have called for the immediate formation of an inclusive Government in the country and for all sides to take immediate steps to protect civilians.
Updated 11.20pmPROTESTERS BEGAN GATHERING at Leinster House at 5am this morning for the Dáil Lockout protest. By around 11am there were approximately 150 people gathered outside, however after lunchtime numbers grew to around 400 people.Members of the public gathered at the gates of Leinster House, while gardaí stood guard at the barricades.Approximately 40-50 members of the gardaí were in and around the Kildare Street area, with a further six members of the mounted support unit also present.The ‘Lock the government out of the Dáil’ protest was organised in response to people’s disillusionment with the government and against austerity.No to austeritySpeakers addressed the crowds with megaphones, telling people it was time to stand up and tell the government that the people could take no more austerity.However, people began to get restless, with some people shouting: “They won’t even know we are here unless we march.”At about 11am, a small crowd broke away from the protest and marched from Molesworth Street, down to Nassau Street and back up around the other side of the barricades at Kildare Street.Two eyewitnesses claimed the gardaí created a human barrier to prevent people from moving any further up Kildare Street. The said that some jostling took place between the gardaí and some protesters and one man was sprayed with pepper spray.Claims of pepper spray use“It didn’t just spray on him, some of it went on the crowd, including me and also a photographer, I think,” said the eyewitness. To view footage of the incident, click here.Despite these claims, gardaí at the scene told TheJournal.ie that they had not heard of the incident, but said that if pepper spray is used at a protest, a report would have to be logged. The Garda Press Office told TheJournal.ie that no formal report had been made about any such incident.Laura Hutton of Photocall Ireland took this photograph on Kildare Street today:At about 2pm, the crowd broke away again, for another ‘mini-march’ however, this time the crowd decided to head to the Central Bank. Protesters made their way on the public road, disrupting traffic on the way.Protesters shouted: “Enda, Enda, Enda, out, out, out!” They also urged members of the public to join their march, with one protester shouting: “It’s your country too.” Gardaí followed the protesters as they walked.Here is some footage of the march:Back at Leinster House, Willie O’Dea was spotted by members of the crowd. People shouted: “Shame, shame, shame” at the Fianna Fáil TD.Kerry South TD jostledIndependent TD for Kerry South, Michael Healy-Rae then made an appearance and attempted to get into the crowd through theGarda barricade. It is unclear if he was doing so as he wanted to address the crowd or if he was merely trying to get through.Members of public would not let him by and the TD was jostled while the gardaí tried to come to his assistance. He was then forced to retreat.Here are some images from today’s protest:
Amoxicilline : Un antibiotique néfaste pour la santé ?Une étude britannique vient confirmer une nouvelle fois que les antibiotiques tels que l’amoxicilline ne sont d’aucune utilité contre les maladies virales comme la bronchite qui sévit en hiver.”Les antibiotiques ce n’est pas automatique”, et une nouvelle étude menée par les chercheurs de l’université de Southampton le rappelle une nouvelle fois. Les résultats publiés dans la revue médicale The Lancet montrent en effet que l’amoxicilline, l’antibiotique le plus couramment prescrit, est inefficace pour traiter la bronchite et ses symptômes (fièvre, toux grasse, gène pour respirer).Pour arriver à cette conclusion, les tests ont été menés auprès de 2.000 participants, tous atteints de cette infection respiratoire. Tandis que la moitié du groupe devait prendre de l’amoxicilline trois fois par jour, l’autre moitié recevait un médicament placebo. Après une semaine de traitement, aucune différence significative n’a alors été retrouvée en termes de durée et de sévérité des symptômes chez les deux types de patients. Mais l’étude va même plus loin. D’après les résultats obtenus, le médicament est encore moins efficace lorsque les malades sont âgés de plus de 60 ans. C’est pourtant à cet âge-là que le risque d’infections respiratoires ne doit pas être pris à la légère. En outre, les chercheurs ont également noté la présence d’effets secondaires dans le premier groupe : nausées, eczéma et diarrhée. “Donner des antibiotiques à des personnes dont l’infection ORL ne dégénère pas en pneumonie ne sert à rien et peut même être contre-productif puisque le recours excessif à ces médicaments peut favoriser le développement de résistances. Sans compter les possibles effets secondaires”, explique le Pr Paul Little, auteur principal de l’étude.Des antibiotiques inefficaces contre les virus À lire aussiUn nouvel antibiotique prometteur capable de lutter contre les bactéries résistantesEn effet, dans la très grande majorité des cas, la bronchite aiguë est d’origine virale. Or, les antibiotiques ne peuvent rien contre les virus. Ils ne sont efficaces que contre les bactéries qu’ils empêchent de se multiplier mais ils n’ont aucune action sur les symptômes. Malgré cela, selon les autorités sanitaires, les antibiotiques continuent à être trop prescrits dans l’Hexagone. Une tendance qui n’étonne pas quand on sait que la France “détient le record européen de consommation d’antibiotiques derrière la Grèce”, selon l’Assurance maladie. En cas de bronchite, la Haute Autorité de Santé recommande donc de se tourner vers des antitussifs et des antalgiques même si cette maladie guérit spontanément la plupart du temps.Le 21 décembre 2012 à 12:29 • Maxime Lambert
Stay on target 7th-Century Skeleton From Merovingian Era Unearthed in France3,300-Year-Old Chamber Tombs Filled With Bones Discovered in Greece If the 20-hour flight doesn’t kill you, Australia’s fauna probably will.Its assortment of venomous animals is well documented. But poisonous platypus, spiders, jellyfish, and snakes have got nothing on the legendary “marsupial lion.”An extinct species of carnivorous marsupial, Thylacoleo carnifex is the largest meat-eating mammal known to have existed in Australia (or anywhere in the world) some 1.6 million to 46,000 years ago.The robust creature—2.5 feet tall, 5 feet long, and an average 240 lbs—possessed retractable claws for securing prey and climbing trees.Basically, you wouldn’t want to meet one in a dark alley.While some is known about these pouched animals, new analysis of the first complete marsupial lion skeleton provides paleontologists even deeper insights.A team from Flinders University in Australia found that, despite its heft, the lion was a skilled climber, whether moving through canopy or caves; its heavy, muscular tail helped it balance, freeing up the forelimbs for prey capture and food manipulation.“Our analysis of the tail suggests that it was held up in the air and that it was being used in a way that differs from all living marsupials,” Aaron Camens, lecturer of paleontology at Flinders University, said in a statement.A reconstruction of the Marsupial Lion (Thylacoleo carnifex), with an outline estimating its musculature (via Rod Wells & Dr Aaron Camens/Flinders University)Its anatomy, according to a study published this week in the journal PLOS ONE, is not unlike the Tasmanian Devil—the largest marsupial carnivore still living in Australia today. “These recent fossil discoveries in South Australian caves enabled us to finally assemble a complete skeleton of the marsupial lion, including the tail and collar bone, for the first time ever,” study co-author Rod Wells, a professor in the College of Science and Engineering, said.“We concluded that the marsupial lion was a stealth or ambush predator of larger prey,” he continued, describing a niche “not dissimilar to that of the Tasmanian Devil, which feeds on smaller prey in comparison.”Research into the lion dates back to 1859, when paleontologists first tried to determine its lifestyle based on incomplete skull and jaw fragments. Recent fossil discoveries included the first known remains of the tail and collarbone.“Examining the whole skeleton reveals what a truly unique animal Thylacoleo wa,” Camens said. “It looked like a cross between a possum and a wombat, climbed a bit like a koala, and moved with the stiff-backed gait of a Tasmanian Devil, all whilst filling a niche different to any other animal on Earth.There is still plenty more to be found, including whether the lion was a cooperative hunter or “simply an opportunist,” as the University put it; the fact that multiple adults and young were found in caves suggest they operated in social groups.More on Geek.com:The Huge Gopher Tortoise May Be ‘Largest on Record’ in Florida‘Badass’ Bobcat Named Mr. Murderbritches Released Into the WildStudy: Giraffes Prefer to Dine With Friends
South Korea’s foreigner-only casinos see revenues grow in August Aquis remains locked in long-standing negotiations with the ACT Government over a proposed AU$330 million redevelopment of Casino Canberra which would include an amendment to laws prohibiting the operation of slot machines in the casino. At present, poker machines in the nation’s capital are only allowed in licensed clubs.However, Aquis’ original plan to operate 500 slot machines was rejected in December and it has so far baulked at the government’s reduced offer of 200 slot machines and 60 EGMs.In announcing its 1H19 results, Aquis said it was advancing its strategy to improve the underperforming property by focusing on marketing activities and implementing cost controls as well as “the ongoing liaison with the ACT Government in relation to redevelopment options and associated legislative conditions.”The company added that it expects positive EBITDA and cash flow for the full year in 2019, despite EBITDA falling by 176.2% in the first half to AU$557,242. Aquis Entertainment, the owner and operator of Casino Canberra in Australia’s capital city, reported widened losses of AU$2.6 million for the six months to 30 June 2019, 18.4% more than in the same period last year.A combination of lower revenues and higher operating costs were behind the loss, with revenue down 2.7% year-on-year to around AU$12 million against expenses of AU$14.5 million. RelatedPosts RGB expecting strong 2019 despite second quarter revenue, profit decline Load More Aristocrat wins battle over intellectual property rights with US$3 million settlement
Culture Share your voice 77 Photos Everything we know about Disney Plus 1:29 The Falcon and the Winter Soldier is headed to Disney Plus in fall 2020. Marvel If Avengers: Endgame left you wondering about the fate of certain characters — say, Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes — you won’t have to be scratching your head for too much longer. While Endgame served as a conclusion for many of the Marvel heroes we’ve been following for the past decade, it was only the beginning for Wilson and Barnes, who are getting their own show (The Falcon and the Winter Soldier) on the forthcoming Disney streaming platform, Disney Plus. Here’s what we know so far. Release and where to watch While there’s not a specific date attached to the show, you can expect The Falcon and the Winter Soldier in fall 2020 on Disney Plus.Disney Plus is Disney’s streaming platform, which will house not only all the animated classics you’d expect from Bambi to Frozen, but also everything Marvel and Star Wars, along with original movies and shows, like Loki, The Mandalorian and the reboot of Lady & the Tramp, to name a few. It’ll cost $7 per month. What’s the plot?We last saw Sam Wilson and Bucky Barnes at the finale of Endgame, when their friend Steve Rogers gave Sam a new role. As CNET’s Mike Sorrentino points out, the logo for The Falcon and the Winter Soldier show incorporates Captain America’s shield, which could be an indication of where the story is headed. At D23 in August, fans got a look at a poster for the show, featuring Sam and Bucky. Of note: Bucky’s shorter haircut and Sam’s new suit with red and white design. That doesn’t mean Sam is Captain America, though. Mackie told Variety “I am the Falcon. I will always be the Falcon.” Disney Plus Instagram Cast and crewSteve Roger’s story arc in Endgame probably rules out a cameo from Chris Evans, but the original Captain America is a big influence in the lives of both Bucky Barnes and Sam Wilson, so who knows. Anthony Mackie as FalconSebastian Stan as Bucky BarnesDaniel Brühl as ZemoEmily VanCamp as Sharon CarterWyatt Russell as John Walker/US AgentNote: This story was originally published July 30 and is updated as news rolls in. 0 Tags 2019 movies to geek out over Now playing: Watch this: Post a comment Disney
New Delhi: Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s monthly radio broadcast “Mann Ki Baat” will be aired today at 11 am. This will be his third radio programme since he was re-elected for a second term in May. The radio address can be heard live on All India Radio, DD National, DD News and DD Bharti.In his first episode of “Mann Ki Baat” programme, after Lok Sabha elections, on June 30, Modi discussed various topics like emergency, water crisis and International Yoga Day. He had also urged people to inculcate a habit of reading books regularly. Also Read – Shah urges women to shun plastic bags Advertise With Us He had said that he felt “empty” without addressing countrymen on the last Sunday of every month. In the second episode of ‘Mann Ki Baat’ which was aired a week before the abrogation of Article 370, the Prime Minister had discussed Kashmir, saying that “those who spread hatred will never succeed in their nefarious plans”. He had also asserted that the power of development was stronger than the might of “bullets and bombs”. Also Read – Free bus travel for women gets Cabinet nod Advertise With Us Modi had spoken in the last episode of the radio programme in February this year. He had expressed confidence of the BJP-led NDA’s victory in the Lok Sabha elections and said that the programme will return after the polls. The programme is broadcast on the last Sunday of the month and suggestions, stories and ideas are invited from people for it.
When he died the gangs, believing she was receiving his social security money, threatened to kill her. Now she’s trying to get to the US to see if she can get that money and see if her husband did file paperwork for her US residency. pic.twitter.com/IDLBP9uTPI— Adolfo Flores (@aflores) April 2, 2018— Joel Rose, National Desk CorrespondentClaim 2: “Mexico is doing very little”Mexico is doing very little, if not NOTHING, at stopping people from flowing into Mexico through their Southern Border, and then into the U.S. They laugh at our dumb immigration laws. They must stop the big drug and people flows, or I will stop their cash cow, NAFTA. NEED WALL!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 1, 2018Mexico’s Foreign Minister fired off his own tweet after Trump’s, insisting that every day Mexico and the U.S. work together on migration and “the facts clearly reflect this.” Foreign Minister Luis Videgaray Caso also added, in reference to reports that Trump’s tweets were in response to a Fox News story, that inaccurate news reports should not serve to question binational cooperation.Every day Mexico and the US work together on migration throughout the region. Facts clearly reflect this. An inaccurate news report should not serve to question this strong cooperation. Upholding human dignity and rights is not at odds with the rule of law. Happy Easter.— Luis Videgaray Caso (@LVidegaray) April 1, 2018Mexico has recently detained large groups of migrants coming through the country. Just last Friday, authorities discovered 136 migrants from Central America in the back of a sweltering hot truck in the southern state of Veracruz. In March, another group of 103 Central Americans, were rescued from a truck in the northern border state of Tamaulipas. According to a report by Reuters, official figures show that more than 800 Central American migrants have been discovered in safe houses or in trucks in Mexico in the first three months of this year.— Carrie Kahn, Mexico City CorrespondentClaim 3: New migrants are “trying to take advantage of DACA”These big flows of people are all trying to take advantage of DACA. They want in on the act!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 1, 2018This is simply not how DACA works. New and future immigrants cannot “take advantage” of DACA benefits because they’re not eligible for the program now, and never were.DACA, or Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, offers temporary protection from deportation to immigrants who were brought to the U.S. illegally as children. The Obama-era program also allows them work legally in the U.S. But it’s only available to immigrants who’ve lived in the U.S. since 2007, and meet a host of other requirements.In other words, it’s misleading to suggest that anyone seeking entry to the U.S. today could benefit from DACA.The Trump administration moved to end DACA last fall, but courts have put that decision on hold while legal challenges play out. For now, the Department of Homeland Security is required to renew protections for existing recipients. But it’s not accepting applications from people who’ve never had DACA before.— Joel Rose, National Desk CorrespondentClaim 4: Mexico has “absolute power” to stop the “caravans”Mexico has the absolute power not to let these large “Caravans” of people enter their country. They must stop them at their Northern Border, which they can do because their border laws work, not allow them to pass through into our country, which has no effective border laws…..— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 2, 2018In addition to finding and detaining large groups of migrants, Mexico has also seen the number of Central Americans requesting asylum in their country skyrocket in recent years. Many are foregoing the dangerous and increasingly difficult crossing into the U.S. Last year more than 10,000 migrants, mostly from Central America, requested refugee status or asylum in Mexico. While the number of Central Americans apprehended at the U.S. southern border plunged immediately following President Trump’s inauguration, the numbers have steadily risen in recent months, suggesting that the flows of migrants from the troubled region may be on the rise.— Carrie Kahn, Mexico City CorrespondentClaim 5: Congress should use the nuclear option…Congress must immediately pass Border Legislation, use Nuclear Option if necessary, to stop the massive inflow of Drugs and People. Border Patrol Agents (and ICE) are GREAT, but the weak Dem laws don’t allow them to do their job. Act now Congress, our country is being stolen!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 2, 2018President Trump often calls for the Senate to eliminate the filibuster, the body’s rule that requires a 60 vote majority for most legislation to pass in the Senate. Trump sees the filibuster as the only thing preventing Congress from passing many of his most partisan priorities like funding a wall along the U.S. Border with Mexico or repealing the Affordable Care Act. But there are two main problems with that thinking: many of Trump’s most controversial proposals couldn’t pass in a filibuster-free Senate and most Senators aren’t interested in ditching the higher bar for legislation.The Senate already voted on a White House-approved immigration plan earlier this year — and it failed 39-60 — far short of a simple majority. The proposal was among the options considered during a lengthy immigration debate in February.The effort to repeal the Affordable Care Act failed to meet a similar bar in that late-night vote where Sen. John McCain, R-Ariz, killed the bill with a simple thumbs down. That night, 51 senators voted against the ACA repeal process, 49 approved, effectively killing that bill.The filibuster is a popular scapegoat when the legislative progress grinds to a halt in Congress. Presidents and frustrated lawmakers lambast the rule as an excessive burden to passing widely-supported legislation. But it is also one of the signature features of the slower, more deliberative Senate.Senate leaders have scaled back the filibuster a few times in the past–most notably in 2013 when former Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, D-Nev., triggered what is known as the nuclear option to overcome a backlog of President Obama’s picks for executive offices and judgeships.Reid eliminated the filibuster for those positions, sparking a new precedent that federal judicial appointments and many executive office nominees can be approved with a simple majority. That’s still the case today.Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell, R-Ky., had a nuclear moment of his own last year when he extended that simple majority threshold to Supreme Court nominee Neil Gorsuch.But McConnnell says he doesn’t support getting rid of the filibuster entirely. He refused to take the drastic step of getting rid of the protection to end a government shutdown earlier this year.The legislative filibuster has wide support among Senators who view it as an important way to protect the rights of the minority party to force debate on controversial issues. The higher bar forces a broader consensus on legislation, which can help prevent Congress from passing new, more partisan laws every time a new Congress is elected.— Kelsey Snell, Congressional ReporterClaim 6: Democrats killed DACADACA is dead because the Democrats didn’t care or act, and now everyone wants to get onto the DACA bandwagon… No longer works. Must build Wall and secure our borders with proper Border legislation. Democrats want No Borders, hence drugs and crime!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 2, 2018Democrats say it was Trump, not them, that killed a deal to fund the wall in exchange for protections for the roughly 700,000 immigrants currently protected under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals Program, known as DACA.Congressional negotiators considered adding $25 billion in wall funding in exchange for those legal protections in the spending bill approved in Congress last month. But Democrats, and many GOP staffers say it was the White House that backed away from the deal. The Washington Post reported details of the frenzied last-minute push for a DACA deal and several aides on Capitol Hill have largely confirmed that account to NPR.The fight over DACA has been raging in Congress since last year when Trump announced plans to rescind President Obama’s executive order protecting those immigrants who were brought to the country as children and are now here illegally.Trump originally planned to end those protections in early March but courts have stepped in, maintaining the protections while a bevy of lawsuits against the Trump administration play out.Trump doubled down on blaming the Democrats Monday. He spoke to reporters about the children who had received DACA and now may be in limbo. “The Democrats have really let them down,” Trump said. “They really let them down. They had this great opportunity. The Democrats have really let them down. It’s a shame. And now people are taking advantage of DACA and that’s a shame.”When reporter Jim Acosta followed up: “Didn’t you kill DACA?,” Trump didn’t answer, according to pool reports.— Kelsey Snell, Congressional ReporterCopyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Local officials aren’t letting the people in the caravan move freely though town. Only letting them out of the soccer field, where migrants slept, in small groups. pic.twitter.com/eeqdy8zS2I— Adolfo Flores (@aflores) April 2, 2018 David McNew/Getty ImagesA metal fence runs along the U.S.-Mexico east of San Luis, Arizona.“DACA is dead,” President Trump declared Monday on Twitter, after an Easter Sunday Tweetstorm claiming large caravans of migrants are heading to the border to take advantage of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program. He also blasted Mexico for not stopping the influx and repeated his call for a border wall.The president’s Tweets include some debatable claims about DACA, border security, and immigration law and policy on both sides of the southern border.NPR reporters who follow the immigration and the debate in Congress fact-checked six of his tweets:Claim 1: “Caravans” of migrants are crossing the borderBorder Patrol Agents are not allowed to properly do their job at the Border because of ridiculous liberal (Democrat) laws like Catch & Release. Getting more dangerous. “Caravans” coming. Republicans must go to Nuclear Option to pass tough laws NOW. NO MORE DACA DEAL!— Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) April 1, 2018The president offers no source for his claim about “caravans” of immigrants coming to the U.S. But he’s likely reacting to a story broadcast by Fox News on Sunday morning about a caravan of migrants crossing Mexico, reportedly heading for the border. The caravan, organized by the group Pueblo Sin Fronteras, numbers more than 1,000 people, most of them from Honduras, as BuzzFeed reported last week. So far, Mexican authorities haven’t moved to block the migrants. It’s not clear how many of the migrants actually intend to enter the U.S., or seek asylum here.Trump also tweeted that the border is “getting more dangerous.” Assaults on Customs and Border Protection agents jumped nearly 50 percent last year. But the rate of illegal border crossings into the U.S. dropped to its lowest level in decades. Arrests last year hit a 46-year low, though they’ve ticked back up slightly in the first months of 2018.The president has vowed repeatedly to end “catch and release.” That’s how critics describe the policy that allows many migrants to go free until their requests for asylum can be heard by an immigration judge, a process that often takes years because of court backlogs.Despite the president’s repeated calls, “catch and release” is proving difficult to dismantle, in part because of laws and settlements that constrain how long immigration authorities can hold migrants, especially children.Houston pro-immigration activists criticized President Donald Trump, because of the tweet he sent out over the weekend saying there will not be a deal on the future of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program.It’s day nine of the caravan. People are lining up for supplies as they wait to hear how the group will move forward today. pic.twitter.com/uf6b7V99JF— Adolfo Flores (@aflores) April 2, 2018 Share
TORONTO — The Cayman Islands Department of Tourism debuted its brand new Culinary Guide with an intimate cooking and mixology demonstration at the LCBO Summerhill this week in Toronto.In celebration of the launch, Cayman culinary all-stars Chef Massimo De Francesa of Kimpton Seafire Resort + Spa, and James Beard Award-winning Master Mixologist Charles Joly prepared a menu of Caymanian dishes and cocktails representing the destination’s world-class epicurean offerings.“Foodies flock to the Cayman Islands and we wanted to give visitors a resource to help navigate the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean with ease,” said Oneisha Richards, Deputy Director International Marketing & Promotions for the Cayman Islands Department of Tourism.“Canadian travel to the Cayman Islands continues to increase steadily and we hope that the Cayman Culinary Guide will help visitors discover the plethora of offerings and help create an even better vacation experience.”The Cayman Culinary Guide was developed to give travellers insight into how to best explore and experience the tiny trio of islands offering over 200 restaurants and myriad gourmet delicacies.More news: Help Princess Cruises break the world record for largest vow renewal at seaVisitors can use the guide to learn about native ingredients and cuisine, local food events such as Restaurant Month and Cocktail Week, top restaurant picks from notable Canadian chefs, recommended epicurean attractions, recipes, not to be missed restaurants and farmers’ markets.The event kicked off with a ‘Caymankind’ welcome to invited guests and an introduction to the Cayman Culinary Guide.Chef Massimo De Francesa and Charles Joly then hosted an interactive program in which they prepared modern Caymanian dishes and cocktails including traditional ingredients.The menu included a ‘Seven Mile’ smoked ahi crudo with citrus and Cayman sea salt, Caribbean snapper filet with star fruit relish and guava glaze. Dessert was vegan coconut panna cotta with toasted white chocolate and mango gel. Cocktails included Cayman twists on the classic daiquiri and old fashioned with Caribbean flavours such as grapefruit and papaya.For more information about the Cayman Islands see visitcaymanislands.ca. Travelweek Group Cayman Islands launches ‘Official Guide to the Culinary Capital of the Caribbean’ Share Tags: Cayman Islands, Food Friday, May 18, 2018 Posted by << Previous PostNext Post >>
Delegates were up bright and early this morning, back at the TSB Bank Arena in Wellington for the second and final day of the helloworld Owner Managers Summit 2015.Leadership was again at the forefront of the day’s presentations, beginning with Qantas Holidays and Viva! Holidays head of sales Fiona Dalton who revealed some exciting changes ahead for the brands.Calypso, the online sales and booking management application for agents, has been redeveloped and will be rolled out early next year.Ms Dalton described the new model, called Tango, as “intuitive, easy and fast” and said it will give agents more flexibility when constructing a holiday.Changes are also being made to the brands’ deposit guidelines; news that was well received by the conference delegates.“From tomorrow we will charge $55 per person for domestic and international bookings and bookings with The Cruise team that include land and air,” Ms Dalton said.“And if you cancel we will allow the deposit to go into suspense for six month with no additional fee.“This change will give you a streamlined, cost effective solution on deposits that recognises the value of our allotments and also the need to march in time with consumer feedback.”Consultant loyalty program TRIP is also being revamped.From tomorrow, the net value of all Ready Rooms bookings will be included in each month’s departed revenue.“We won’t pay in TRIP dollars but the value will count towards your TRIP tier targets and it means you and your teams will move up the tiers much, much faster,” Ms Dalton said.Ms Dalton concluded by announcing the location of next year’s Global Achievers event: Honolulu, Hawaii.Other presenters included Google industry head of travel Dougal McKenzie, Air New Zealand chief executive officer Christopher Luxon and AFL legend Paul Roos.helloworld chief executive designate Andrew Burnes closed the conference by sharing anecdotes from his beginnings in the travel industry, giving delegates an insight into the extensive experience he brings to the new role.“There are so many great things that I’ve heard about over the last couple of days, that this business has been doing, and there are so many fantastic things that it’s about to do…for all of you,” Mr Burnes said.“I look forward, very much, to being at the helm, together with a fantastic management team, of those developments.”Proving himself as a bit of a movie buff, Mr Burnes played a clip of Al Pacino’s famous ‘Inch by Inch’ speech from Any Given Sunday, before departing the stage with three famous words:“I’ll be back.”And finally, the announcement that everyone has been waiting for – helloworld head of branded network Julie Primmer announced next year’s Owner Managers Summit will be held in Singapore. helloworldSource = ETB Travel News: Brittney Levinson
Go back to the e-newsletter >The InterContinental Fiji Golf Resort & Spa recently hosted the Tourism Fiji China Trade Day, with 34 agents from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan as well as hotel and resort suppliers in attendance.The China Trade event was held at the InterContinental Fiji’s WaterCourt Conference Centre, where Tourism Fiji, in conjunction with Fiji Airways, Rosie Tours and Tour Managers, provided a unique opportunity for agents from China, Hong Kong and Taiwan to expand their product base with more Fiji suppliers.“The China Trade Day was an opportunity to showcase what Natadola Bay and the InterContinental Fiji has to offer for the Chinese market. This event gave us an opportunity to not only showcase the results of our IHG China Ready programme but also gave us the opportunity to promote Fiji as an authentic and enriching tourism destination that can cater for Chinese guests and meet their needs and service requirements.“Over 100 staff was trained early in the year as part of our IHG China Ready programme. The Resort has invested into Chinese speaking TV channels, Chinese translated website, rolled out Chinese menus, refreshed mini bars to allow for Chinese teas and also invested in Chinese-speaking staff to be able to make the Resort China friendly. All of this combined with our amazing beach front setting makes the InterContinental Fiji an obvious choice for Chinese inspired events and travellers alike,” said Hudson Mitchell, Director of Leisure Sales & Marketing.Go back to the e-newsletter >
When W Boston and The Residences at W Boston open their doors this fall, guests will be wowed by the ecological-inspired design of this urban escape. Designed by New York-based design team Bentel & Bentel, recipient of the American Institute for Architects Award for Interior Design (2007) and the James Beard Award for Best Restaurant Design (2006), the hotel’s interior is a sophisticated and clever expression of uniquely Bostonian elements working with the architecture of award-winning Boston-based architect William Rawn. Inspired by Boston Common, the Public Garden and Boston’s other prominent green spaces, Bentel & Bentel’s design for W Boston takes its cue from nature — incorporating shapes, colors and a variety of materials that capture the experiential response of human engagement with the natural world, creating a world of wonder and excitement that suits the needs of all guests in interesting and surprising ways.“We were attracted by the modern, clean aesthetic of the exterior of this all-glass building, one of few in Boston among a sea of brick,” said Paul Bentel. “This afforded multiple opportunities for us to make a connection between the inside of the hotel to what’s happening outside.”Bentel & Bentel envisioned a “virtual garden,” which finds itself expressed in myriad ways throughout the rooms and public areas of the hotel as “an irrepressible organic energy that erupts from the city’s fertile urbanity.” Steel tendrils that define spaces and create visual interest are at the same time both organic and industrial. Falling water in the W Living Room (W’s reinterpretation of the traditional hotel lobby) is juxtaposed against interior and exterior glass and the dynamic interplay with what’s happening outside on Stuart Street and in the Theater District. A modern fireplace is positioned at the most acute angle of the building providing a “beacon” of light to those passing by, enticing them to come inside to join in the fun.All of W Boston’s public spaces represent a convergence of garden and theater themes, both informed by the hotel’s location, that becomes even more pronounced in the designs for the restaurant and destination bar and lounge. Light enters the public spaces from both above, creating a canopy effect, and below, creating a campfire-inspired glow. Throughout the day, light is subtly transitioned as it filters through the building’s impressive glass exterior into the thoughtfully created spaces within the hotel.“Lighting was a key consideration for our design, particularly in the Living Room, which is enjoyed in different ways depending on the time of day,” said Bentel. “We wanted to provide cheerful morning light for coffee and a paper and a seductive glow at night that would be more conducive for enjoying a tryst and a martini.”In hotel guestrooms, Bentel & Bentel has created a distinct design for each of the different W room categories – from the Wonderful Room to the Extreme WOW Suite (W’s twist on the Presidential Suite) – utilizing combinations of materials, colors, custom furniture and lighting to create a range of spaces that guests will experience as welcoming, warm and stylish. Rather than pushing furniture against the walls, beds become proscenia and work spaces and lights are tucked cleverly into corners created by the building’s angles. The use of elm wood throughout the rooms is a playful reference to the fact that all towns in New England have an Elm Street. Cool grays, blues, browns and violet have been chosen for their transformative properties and combine to create warm and inviting spaces. Bringing their own whimsical interpretation of nature into the guestrooms, Bentel & Bentel have created translucent panels that create a fluid barrier between the living space and bathroom. Abstracted in a nonconventional manner, images on the panels reference the spirit of nature without being an actual representation of any scene. The canvas panels appear opaque until the lights go on in the bathroom, creating a flirtatious and almost voyeuristic glimpse of what lies beyond.All guest rooms and suites at W Boston will include W Hotels signature bed with feather-top mattress, 350-thread-count Egyptian cotton sheets and goose down comforter. The hotel will also offer the W brand’s signature Whatever/Whenever® service promise, providing guests with whatever they want – from front row tickets to the hottest show at the historic Wang and Shubert theaters to box seats for a Red Sox game – whenever they want it, as long as it’s legal!W Hotels Worldwide has partnered with Sawyer Enterprises to construct a stunning Theater District landmark residential project. The 123 W-branded residences, located on floors 15 through 27 of the hotel, range in size from studio to three bedrooms, and feature top-of-the-line details, such as custom-made Rosario cabinets and SubZero appliances. The Residences at W Boston Welcome Center, located at 200 Newbury Street, offers an early peek inside the residences, with life-size model kitchen, living room and bathroom as well as minute and intricately detailed vignette models of floor plans created by Meichi Peng. www.whotels.com/boston.
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