first_imgNEW YORK (AP) — Milwaukee Bucks forward Giannis Antetokounmpo is the cover athlete for the NBA 2K19 standard edition video game.The two-time NBA All-Star known as the “Greek Freek” is the first international player to be featured on the cover.Antetokounmpo says he has “worked hard to earn recognition in the NBA and being on the cover of NBA 2K10 is a dream come true.”NBA 2K19 will be available Sept. 11.LeBron James was previously announced as the cover star for the NBA 2K19 20th anniversary edition available on Sept. 7.FILE – In this March 29, 2018, file photo, Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo dunks against the Golden State Warriors during the first half of an NBA basketball game, in Oakland, Calif. Antetokounmpo is the cover athlete for the NBA 2K19 standard edition video game. The two-time NBA All-Star known as the “Greek Freek” is the first international player to be featured on the cover. Antetokounmpo says he has “worked hard to earn recognition in the NBA and being on the cover of NBA 2K10 is a dream come true.”(AP Photo/Marcio Jose Sanchez, File)FILE – In this Sept. 25, 2017, file photo, Milwaukee Bucks’ Giannis Antetokounmpo poses for photos during the NBA basketball team’s media day in Milwaukee. Antetokounmpo is the cover athlete for the NBA 2K19 standard edition video game. The two-time NBA All-Star known as the “Greek Freek” is the first international player to be featured on the cover. Antetokounmpo says he has “worked hard to earn recognition in the NBA and being on the cover of NBA 2K10 is a dream come true.”(AP Photo/Morry Gash, File)TweetPinShare88 Shareslast_img read more

first_imgTagsAustralia/Asia NewsAbout the authorIan FerrisShare the loveHave your say ABC deal for A-League and W-League club competitionsby Ian Ferris21 days agoSend to a friendShare the loveAustralian public-service broadcaster ABC has struck a two-year deal with Football Federation Australia (FFA) to provide free-to-air coverage of the A-League and W-League club competitions, as well as matches involving the men’s and women’s national teams, reports SportBusiness.It will mark the first time that ABC has broadcast the A-League, the top tier of the men’s club game in Australia. The deal also marks a return of ABC’s W-League coverage, with the broadcaster having served as the inaugural partner of the women’s competition from 2008 to 2017.Under the agreement announced by FFA and its pay-television rights holder Fox Sports, ABC will broadcast 29 live regular-season matches at 5pm on Saturdays during the 2019-20 campaign, with coverage to be shown on television and via the iview on-demand service.For the A-League 2020 Finals Series, ABC will provide delayed broadcasts of one elimination final, one semi-final and the grand final. It will also show 14 rounds of the 2019-20 W-League season and the entire W-League Finals Series live.Additionally, ABC will broadcast every men’s national team match which Fox Sports has rights to. The broadcaster will also show the women’s national team’s upcoming matches against Chile on November 9 and November 12, as well as next year’s Asian qualifiers for the women’s Olympic tournament.Fox Sports will continue to provide live coverage of all A-League, W-League and national team matches via Foxtel and Kayo Sports. last_img read more

first_imgLOS ANGELES, CA – OCTOBER 19: Katy Perry attends the Los Angeles opening night performance of ‘Dear Evan Hansen’ at Ahmanson Theatre on October 19, 2018 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Rachel Luna/Getty Images)Last year, pop superstar Katy Perry joined ESPN’s College GameDay and, among other things, joked that LSU fans smell like corndogs. Saturday, she doubled down on trolling the Tigers and their fans.Perry apparently found the time to record an intro for Ole Miss today as they took on LSU in Oxford. Perry got the “Hotty Toddy” chant started and then chowed down on a corndog. Here’s video – it’s amazing.Katy Perry pumping up Vaught-Hemingway Stadium. #OleMiss vs #LSU— Scott Satchfield (@Satchfield) November 21, 2015.@katyperry is the greatest!! @OleMissFB— OleMissPix (@OleMissPix) November 21, 2015Katy Perry and Ole Miss – apparently a match made in heaven.last_img read more

first_img Fornelli doesn’t think the future bodes well for the fifth-year head coach.Helton’s time at USC reminds me a lot of the Jim McElwain Era at Florida. The Gators won 19 games in Mac’s first two seasons, as well as two division titles, but they never looked like a team that was the same level as the elite programs of the country, which is where Florida wants to be. Plus, recruiting was dropping off. That’s mostly how I feel about USC right now. The Trojans won the Pac-12 in 2017, but got pantsed in losses to Notre Dame and Ohio State that season as well. Also, USC’s 2019 recruiting class is currently ranked No. 20 nationally by 247Sports’ composite rankings, but only third in the Pac-12.There is no excuse for USC to have only the third-best class in the Pac-12 ever. It’s just not supposed to happen, yet, it has this year. And if Helton doesn’t show significant improvement in 2019, I don’t think he’s around to see the 2020 class. And when you look at USC’s 2019 schedule, it’s not going to be easy to survive.You can read Fornelli’s full column here.As for USC’s schedule, Fornelli has a point. The Trojans will face always-strong Stanford in Week 2 before a road trip to BYU. They also have to travel to Arizona State and Washington in conference play and face Notre Dame in an independent game in South Bend.Utah and Oregon have to come to Los Angeles at least, but there isn’t much margin for error. A general view of the Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum.LOS ANGELES, CA – SEPTEMBER 13: Fans watch the USC Trojans and the Ohio State Buckeyes compete at Los Angeles Memorial Coliseum on September 13, 2008 in Los Angeles, California. The Trojans defeated the Buckeyes 35-3. (Photo by Christian Petersen/Getty Images)Now that National Signing Day is over, we can officially begin the countdown to college football spring practice. The offseason is moving swiftly.Additionally, with 2019 recruiting mostly in the bag–transfers still need to be sorted out of course–we can start looking at the 2019 season and assessing which teams and coaches have the pressure on them. There are several head coaches on the hot seat.CBS Sports’ Tom Fornelli ranked the five coaches with the hottest seats in the country in his “Friday Five” column the other day. He put USC’s Clay Helton at No. 1.Helton is coming off a 5-7 season in LA, and many expected he wouldn’t be retained. However, USC AD Lynn Swann is giving him another chance.last_img read more

first_img The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) is reminding Jamaicans that energy conservation should still be the first priority, even as Jamaica launches into the oil and gas exploration industry.Speaking at a recent JIS ‘Think Tank’, Manager, Corporate Affairs and Communication at the PCJ, Camille Taylor, said the agency is encouraging persons to practise energy conservation and efficiency, which is now being called the ‘first fuel’.She explained that the company’s mandate in managing energy security for Jamaica is two tiered – looking at supply, which is the oil and gas exploration and development of renewables; and managing demand, which is the energy efficiency projects done in the public sector.For his part, Group General Manager at the PCJ, Winston Watson, pointed out that the agency is driving the energy management of the country from different areas.“Finding oil and gas is one solution, but the best solution we have is conservation, so we must still practise energy conservation…use it wisely,” he urged.Mr. Watson explained that in addition to oil and gas exploration, the PCJ does a number of energy conservation, energy efficiency and renewable energy projects.He noted that Wigton Wind Farm in Manchester is one such project, and is the largest of its kind in the Caribbean.In the meantime, the Group General Manager said that the PCJ is also working on implementing a programme with the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), Japan International Cooperation Agency (JICA) and the European Union (EU) to put energy solutions in hospitals, schools and Government agencies.Oil and gas exploration activities are being undertaken by the PCJ and Tullow Oil, and will move into a higher gear with the initiation of the first ever 3-D seismic survey in the waters off Jamaica’s south coast between the Pedro Bank and Portland Cottage this month.-30- The Petroleum Corporation of Jamaica (PCJ) is reminding Jamaicans that energy conservation should still be the first priority, even as Jamaica launches into the oil and gas exploration industry.  “Finding oil and gas is one solution, but the best solution we have is conservation, so we must still practise energy conservation…use it wisely,” he urged. Story Highlights She explained that the company’s mandate in managing energy security for Jamaica is two tiered – looking at supply, which is the oil and gas exploration and development of renewables; and managing demand, which is the energy efficiency projects done in the public sector.last_img read more

first_imgLondon: Fugitive diamantaire Nirav Modi, wanted in India in connection with the nearly USD 2 billion Punjab National Bank (PNB) fraud and money laundering case, is set to appear before a UK court for his customary 28-day remand hearing on Thursday.The 48-year-old is likely to be informed of the dates for his trial on the extradition charges brought by the Indian government, being represented at Westminster Magistrates’ Court in London by the UK’s Crown Prosecution Service (CPS). Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c detailsModi has been lodged at Wandsworth prison in south-west London since his arrest in March on an extradition warrant executed by Scotland Yard.Chief Magistrate Emma Arbuthnot had presided over the last remand hearing at the court via videolink from the prison where Modi is being held, during which she had indicated that the dates for an estimated five-day trial would be mutually agreed by both sides soon.As per the timelines discussed during the brief hearing, the judge said she expected to receive all the evidence and skeleton argument bundles in the case by April 8, with a five-day hearing then expected to be slotted in May next year. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from ThursdayThere are likely to be a number of case management hearings ahead of that but meanwhile a planned case management hearing for next Monday was vacated as not required.Under the UK’s law, Modi is expected to be produced before the court every four weeks.Modi has previously had his bail rejected multiple times, the fourth and final time being by the UK High Court last month.In her judgment handed down at the Royal Courts of Justice in London, Justice Ingrid Simler had concluded there were substantial grounds to believe that Modi would fail to surrender as he does possess the means to abscond . Reiterating similar concerns as those previously raised by Westminster Magistrates’ Court during earlier bail attempts, Judge Simler ruled that after considering all the material “carefully”, she had found strong evidence to suggest there had been interference with witnesses and destruction of evidence in the case and concluded it can still occur.”The applicant has access to considerable financial resources, supported by an increased [bail bond security] offer of 2 million pounds,” the judge noted.The High Court judge stressed that while it was not for her to take a “definitive view” on the evidence, she had proceeded on the basis that the government of India has acted in good faith in what is undoubtedly a serious case and a sophisticated international conspiracy to defraud, together with money laundering.Modi was arrested by uniformed Scotland Yard officers on an extradition warrant on March 19 and has been in prison since. During subsequent hearings, Westminster Magistrates’ Court was told that Modi was the “principal beneficiary” of the fraudulent issuance of letters of undertaking (LoUs) as part of a conspiracy to defraud PNB and then laundering the proceeds of crime.last_img read more

first_imgLondon: Liverpool’s sizzling start to the Premier League season has left their title rivals breathless and the red-hot leaders are expected to maintain their perfect record against Newcastle on Saturday. Jurgen Klopp’s side have seized the early initiative in the Premier League with four successive wins to open up a two-point lead over second placed Manchester City. The European champions’ relentless tempo has overwhelmed Norwich, Southampton, Arsenal and Burnley, sending a message that they are determined to make amends for narrowly failing to pip City to the trophy last season. Arsenal’s Dani Ceballos is new to English football after joining on loan from Real Madrid and the Spain midfielder admitted to being gob-smacked at the intensity Liverpool displayed in their 3-1 victory against the Gunners in August. Also Read – Puducherry on top after 8-wkt win over Chandigarh”I had never seen anything like it. I’ve not seen up until now a team that plays better, that presses better. That game had quite an impact on me,” Ceballos told the Daily Mail. “They suck the air out of you. You spend so much time defending and when you want to catch your breath and get on the ball for a bit, they’ve taken it from you again. “I think Jurgen Klopp now has the team he first had in mind when he started four years ago.” That glowing testimony underlines the size of the task facing City as they try to stop Liverpool winning their first English crown since 1990. City may have won the last two Premier League titles in scintillating fashion, but Liverpool look better than ever this term and Newcastle are unlikely to halt their progress at Anfield this weekend.last_img read more

first_imgOTTAWA — In the end, there won’t be a battle between two well-known sovereigntist clans for the Bloc Quebecois nomination in the Montreal riding of Ahuntsic-Cartierville.Members of the Duceppe and Parizeau extended families were set to duke it out for a chance to run in the riding currently held by Liberal cabinet minister Melanie Joly.But Anne Duceppe, cousin of former Bloc leader Gilles Duceppe, didn’t submit her paperwork before the deadline Thursday.That means Andre Parizeau, the nephew of former Quebec premier Jacques Parizeau, will be acclaimed on Aug. 17.In an interview, Parizeau responded to critics who have criticized him for leading the Communist Party of Quebec for more than two decades, saying he’s a very moderate person and everyone he has worked with knows he’s a unifying force.This week, Bloc Quebecois leader Yves-Francois Blanchet said he was comfortable with Parizeau’s past.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

first_imgAPTN National NewsA celebration of Aboriginal music in Winnipeg has just announced its headliners.The event doesn’t happen until November.But organizers say the earlier word gets out the better chances of increasingly popularity in what they call a growing market.APTN National News reporter Tiar Wilson has this story.last_img

Nearly 9 in 10 babies born in Sri Lanka are breastfed within the first hour, UNICEF and WHO said in a new report.An estimated 78 million babies – or three in five – are not breastfed within the first hour of life, putting them at higher risk of death and disease and making them less likely to continue breastfeeding, the new report said. Most of these babies are born in low- and middle-income countries. The report notes that newborns who breastfeed in the first hour of life are significantly more likely to survive. “Breastfeeding gives children the best possible start in life,” says Dr Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, WHO Director-General. “We must urgently scale up support to mothers – be it from family members, health care workers, employers and governments, so they can give their children the start they deserve.”Capture the Moment, which analyzes data from 76 countries, finds that despite the importance of early initiation of breastfeeding, too many newborns are left waiting too long for different reasons, including:Feeding newborns food or drinks, including formula: Common practices, such as discarding colostrum, an elder feeding the baby honey or health professionals giving the newborn a specific liquid, such as sugar water or infant formula, delay a newborn’s first critical contact with his or her mother. Even a delay of a few hours after birth could pose life-threatening consequences. Skin-to-skin contact along with suckling at the breast stimulate the mother’s production of breastmilk, including colostrum, also called the baby’s ‘first vaccine’, which is extremely rich in nutrients and antibodies. The rise in elective C-sections: In Egypt, caesarean section rates more than doubled between 2005 and 2014, increasing from 20% to 52%. During the same period, rates of early initiation of breastfeeding decreased from 40% to 27%. Across 58 countries between 2005 and 2017, deliveries at health institutions grew by 18 percentage points, while early initiation rates increased by 6 percentage points.In many cases, babies are separated from their mothers immediately after birth and guidance from health workers is limited. In Serbia, the rates increased by 43 percentage points from 2010 to 2014 due to efforts to improve the care mothers received at birth.Earlier studies, cited in the report, show that newborns who began breastfeeding between two and 23 hours after birth had a 33% greater risk of dying compared with those who began breastfeeding within one hour of birth. Among newborns who started breastfeeding a day or more after birth, the risk was more than twice as high.The report urges Governments, donors and other decision-makers to adopt strong legal measures to restrict the marketing of infant formula and other breastmilk substitutes.The WHO and UNICEF-led Global Breastfeeding Collective also released the 2018 Global Breastfeeding Scorecard, which tracks progress for breastfeeding policies and programmes. In it, they encourage countries to advance policies and programmes that help all mothers to start breastfeeding in the first hour of their child’s life and to continue as long as they want. A study across 51 countries notes that early initiation rates are significantly lower among newborns delivered by caesarean section.In Egypt, only 19% of babies born by C-section were breastfed in the first hour after birth, compared to 39% of babies born by natural delivery.Gaps in the quality of care provided to mothers and newborns: The presence of a skilled birth attendant does not seem to affect rates of early breastfeeding, according to the report. “When it comes to the start of breastfeeding, timing is everything. In many countries, it can even be a matter of life or death,” says Henrietta H. Fore, UNICEF Executive Director. “Yet each year, millions of newborns miss out on the benefits of early breastfeeding and the reasons – all too often – are things we can change. Mothers simply don’t receive enough support to breastfeed within those crucial minutes after birth, even from medical personnel at health facilities.”Breastfeeding rates within the first hour after birth are highest in Eastern and Southern Africa (65%) and lowest in East Asia and the Pacific (32%), the report says. Nearly 9 in 10 babies born in Burundi, Sri Lanka and Vanuatu are breastfed within the first hour. By contrast, only two in 10 babies born in Azerbaijan, Chad and Montenegro do so. read more

The number of supervised injection sites in the City of Hamilton could be on the rise.Two new community agencies have applied to Health Canada for a permanent site in the city.De dwa da dehs nye s Aboriginal Health Centre has applied for a site in the lower city.Wesley Urban Ministries is requesting a mobile unit.There is already a safe injection site in Hamilton.The Urban Core Community Health Centre has been running a temporary site downtown on Rebecca St.That group has plans to apply for a permanent site in the lower city.Between January and October 2017, there were 75 opioid deaths in Hamilton, putting the city’s opioid death rate at almost 80 per cent higher than the provincial average. read more

Mrs Ashbrook added: “The path would also need to be shifted off its true line which would require a further formal diversion order. We would object to this and it would have to be determined by the Secretary of State for Environment. The path could not be moved unless this diversion order was confirmed.“We believe the fence would also obstruct a footpath which runs to the north of the bridleway.”Mr Getty’s grandfather, Jean Paul Getty, was born in the American state of Minneapolis in 1892, and married five times. He founded the Getty Oil Company and by 1957 was named by Fortune magazine as the richest living American. When he died in 1976 he was estimated to be worth more than $6 million.Despite his vast wealth, he was known to be frugal and bargained down the ransom of his grandson, after Jean Paul Getty III, was kidnapped and had his ear cut off in 1973.Mr Getty, who was born Tara Gabriel Gramophone Galaxy Getty in 1968, was last night unavailable for comment. The area has signs warning that CCTV is in operation in the area John Paul Getty Junior and his wife Talitha wearing Moroccan caftans  However, his plans have been met with anger amid concerns they would make a public path seem private and ultimately force the right of way to be moved.The Henley-based Open Spaces Society, Britain’s oldest national conservation body, along with Buckinghamshire Ramblers, Cycling UK and Buckinghamshire County Council are fighting the application.Kate Ashbrook, general secretary of the Open Spaces Society, said: “The farm is in a lovely, quiet valley in the heart of the Chilterns Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.  “Deer fencing would be an eyesore, in particular for users of the bridleway which is an attractive, open route with a wide path on a direct line.“The fencing would result in the path being narrowed in two places, causing a pinch point for walkers, riders and cyclists; this would adversely affect their enjoyment and ease of use.“With electronically-controlled gates, these works would make the whole area appear private, threatening and urban. Already the owner has erected discouraging notices about CCTV; the fencing would make this situation worse.” The area has signs warning that CCTV is in operation in the areaCredit:David Rose/The Telegraph  John Paul Getty Junior and his wife Talitha wearing Moroccan caftans Credit:Patrick Lichfield/Conde Nast Collection Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Kieran Foster, national off-road advisor of Cycling UK, wrote to Wycombe District Council opposing the plans claiming they would “narrow the width of the existing bridleway, making use less attractive and potentially increasing conflict between users”.He adds that the “interference” would create new “inconveniences” for cyclists, horse riders and disabled people who would have to open and close “gates twice in the space of a short distance”.“The excessive use of gates is a particular bugbear for cyclists,” he continues. “The difficulty and disadvantage of opening gates, along with their restricted width and latches is widely complained about by many of our members.”He quotes from a 2010 case law in which it was ruled that having gates on a public route may “have the psychological effect on walkers of indicating that they were entering private property and discourage some from entering.”It is understood that in a previous planning application Mr Getty’s representatives had complained that some people walking along the route had stopped to take photographs of the properties, which include a gym and games room. It was even claimed that passersby could see in to one living room to watch a large television fitted to a wall. Another sign directs people on a "preferred" route As the grandson of an oil tycoon who was once the richest man in the world, it may be understandable that Tara Getty fiercely guards his privacy. The fact his elder half-brother was kidnapped and had his ear cut off while his grandfather, J Paul Getty, haggled over the ransom, makes his penchant for solitude seem even more inevitable.But, an attempt to make an “exquisite” public path that runs directly in front of his Buckinghamshire farm “appear private and threatening” has enraged campaigners, many concerned that the Getty estate has grown already exponentially in size.The vast property, which includes an old farm and recently built mansion, already has public notices warning CCTV is operating, while another sign urges people to use a “preferred bridleway route and footpath avoiding driveway”.Mr Getty, an ecological conservationist and company director, wants to erect 6ft (1.8m) high deer fencing and two electronically controlled black metal gates along that public route near his family home in Ibstone.–– ADVERTISEMENT –– Another sign directs people on a “preferred” routeCredit:David Rose/The Telegraph read more

first_imgDISCOUNT RETAILER DEALZ has announced it is opening ten new Irish stores creating some 300 jobs in the new financial year (April 2013).The announcement comes on the first anniversary of the company trading in Ireland and Dealz said the new store will allow for an investment of almost €3 million into the Irish economy.Since launching in Ireland in September 2011, Dealz has opened twenty stores and invested over €6 million into the Irish economy with the creation of almost 600 jobs.By the end of this financial year the discount retailer will open additional stores including Dun Laoghaire and Clonmel.Commenting on the announcemnt today CEO of the company Jim McCarthy said he was thrilled to announce store expansion plans.“Given that employment figures are so low in Ireland we are delighted that we can offer even more people a job as each new store creates job opportunities across Ireland,” he said.Earlier this week, Dealz also celebrated the opening of their twentieth store located in Midleton, Co Cork, creating 30 jobs for the Cork area.Read: Some great ‘Dealz’ coming to Ireland as chain to create 180 new jobs>last_img read more

first_imgA girl looks at the models of Iron Man at a shopping centre in Bangkok, Thailand today (AP Photo/Sakchai Lalit)HERE ARE THE things we learned, like and shared today as we round off the day in three easy steps.THINGS WE LEARNED#XTRA-VISION: Bad news for video and games retailer Xtra-vision tonight: 20 of its branches are to close with the loss of more than 100 jobs. Receivers said that the stores that are to close – the majority of which are in Dublin – had been trading at an unsustainable level.#FOUND: Police in the US state of Ohio have praised the bravery of three women who were found alive in a house in Cleveland, around ten years after they went missing. You can hear the dramatic 911 call one of the women, Amanda Berry, made to call the police after she escaped from the house.#ABORTION: Taoiseach Enda Kenny has dismissed calls for a constitutional referendum on abortion and said he had ‘no intention of playing party politics’ over the issue. Speaking to the Dáil this afternoon, the Taoiseach said the Government is confined by the Constitution.#COURTS: Justice Minister Alan Shatter is to appoint two additional judges to the Supreme Court to deal with the large backlog of cases in the highest court in the State.#OFFENDER: A registered sex offender who had been missing since early April has handed himself into a police station in Northern Ireland. Joseph McCabe, 29, had breached the conditions that had been attached to his release on licence.#AMNESTY: The Oireachtas has this evening passed a bill offering amnesty and immunity from prosecution for Irish soldiers who left the Defence Forces during World War II to go and fight with the Allies. The new legislation will also offer an apology for the way the veterans were treated when some were found guilty by a military tribunal or dismissed from the Defence Forces.THINGS WE LIKEDPhotographer Drew Gardner came up with the idea of recreating portraits of famous people in history – Napoleon, Charles Dickens, Emiline Pankhurst – using their descendants (often great-great-great-great grandchildren). The results are both eerie and impressive.A cow, a dog and an unlikely friendship: the Guardian asked readers to send in photographs of their pets becoming best friends with animals they shouldn’t really get on with. Some readers didn’t seem to quite understand the task (lots of dogs being friendly with other dogs, which isn’t exactly unusual) but there are gems here.If you hate The National, stop reading now. If you like The National and are a tad compulsive, you may enjoy this: the band performed their song Sorrow for six hours straight – that’s 105 times in total –  as part of a show at the Museum of Modern Art in New York on Sunday. Pitchfork has the lowdown on what happened, complete with many, many videos, and the band posted this photo of the set list on their Facebook page:THINGS WE SHAREDThings Irish mammies know: 7-up cures all ailments, if you sit on a damp wall you will get a cold in your kidneys, and where that draught is coming from. It’s a mammy thing. Here’s more things that only an Irish mammy can teach you. Imagine spending two months on an icebreaker (a giant research vessel which carries out scientific missions and can er, cut through ice) on the Ross Sea in the Antarctica. Marine researcher Cassandra Brooks made this weirdly compeling video of  two months condensed into under five minutes (spoiler: the boat gets stuck briefly at around 2:35): (Video: Cassandra Brooks/YouTube)last_img read more

first_imgNuage de cendres : suivez sa progression grâce au NetEurope – Le nuage de cendres s’éternise dans le ciel d’Europe du Nord. Des webcams et des satellites proposent de suivre l’évolution du phénomène sur Internet.Les conditions météorologiques actuelles font stagner le nuage de cendres issu du volcan Eyjafjöll dans le ciel européen. Gagnant peu à peu les côtes méditerranéennes, le phénomène et ses déplacements peuvent être observés sur le Net. Mila, un opérateur islandais, a ainsi disposé trois webcams autour du volcan afin de suivre en direct son activité. Le site et celui de la Nasa, via Google Earth, proposent également leurs images : le premier permet de suivre l’évolution du phénomène et son impact sur le trafic aérien, tandis que l’agence spatiale américaine propose des images en direct du volcan islandais, obtenues grâce à GeoEye.Le 19 avril 2010 à 10:43 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

first_imgAlso involved in the program will be recently-named fashiondirector Nina Garcia-the former Elle fashion director and “Project Runway”judge, a Hearst spokesperson tells FOLIO:. When asked about the program’srevenue model, the spokesperson declined to comment.The eight-episode series is set to debut in March 2009. Hoping to tap into the booming reality TV market, Hearst’sMarie Claire has partnered with the Style Network to produce “Running inHeels,” a weekly series chronicling the lives of Marie Claire editors, writersand interns.”This is the first docu-series in the history of themagazine,” Marie Claire editor-in-chief Joanna Coles said in a statement. Theseries will “offer unprecedented behind-the-scenes access to Marie Claire andthe stylish, smart women who put the magazine together each month,” Coles said.In addition to covering their workdays, “Running in Heels”will capture staffers’ personal lives in an attempt to “uncover what it meansto be a working woman in the cut-throat, exhilarating world of a top fashionand beauty magazine,” Hearst said in the statement. last_img read more

first_img Share Alvaro ‘Al’ Ortiz/Houston Public MediaA banner shows solidarity with the Flores family after the boy’s murder in Houston, in 2016.The man accused of murdering 11-yr old Josué Flores last year, is walking out of jail on Wednesday, after the  Harris County District Attorney’s Office dropped charges Tuesday afternoon.But Houston Police still believe that Andre Timothy Jackson, the man accused in the death of Josue Flores, is the primary suspect.In a neighborhood in North Houston, over a year ago,  Flores was stabbed 20 times walking home from middle school.Jackson was arrested a few weeks later after being identified in surveillance cameras to be in the area that day.Police chief Art Acevedo released a statement saying “at the time of the arrest…investigators developed sufficient probable cause…for the murder.”Now, Jackson is being processed out of jail because the district attorney’s office said they didn’t have substantial evidence. They said the DNA and blood analysis for Jackson was inconclusive.According to  YV channel ABC 13, the Flores family said they’re devastated that “a killer is being let loose due to insufficient evidence.”Acevedo said he continues to believe Jackson is the suspect and will devote whatever resources to bring closure to the Flores family.last_img read more

first_imgA collaborative production inspired by the stories, struggles, dreams and hopes of a motley group of teenagers titled Walk! was staged at Studio Safdar on May 22 – 23. The show was born out of a four month intensive arts-for-social-change curriculum, in which 12 teenagers, cutting across barriers of caste, class, gender, religion, and nationality, came together to teach each other about the social issues that affect them most deeply as well as the changes they dream of.  Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Walk! was based on the lives and stories of the cast members; while no one plays their own part, the stories are all true. Facilitated by Tasawwur, a collective of artistes and educators, the show brought together song, choreography, tableaus, and stories to take the audience through the world these young people inhabit and the more inclusive world that they dream of.Tasawwur was started by Delhi based poet and educator, Aditi Rao. Tasawwur brings together a diverse group of teenagers to explore and transform some of the most complex social issues they grapple with. Using creative writing and performing arts to support these young people on their explorations, Tasawwur helps them discover their unique voices and stories, while creating an atmosphere of care and respect for the voices and stories of others, and ultimately using their collective voice to effect positive change in the world.last_img read more

first_img Check your body, save your life Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology The whole front line is mined. Unseen tripwires litter the fields. Wandering unguardedly into the foliage risks attracting heavy machine-gun fire.The sound of ammunition blasts is heard throughout the night. Everybody uses everything that they have: mortars, rocket launchers and heavy machine guns. These battles usually last no more than two hours, but usually less.As the Ukrainian soldiers explain, the rebels are probing weak spots in their defensive lines.Around an hour before light breaks, a new volley of rocket fire flies in from rebel positions. The artillery fire keeps going until 5 a.m., the shells sailing over Krymske and landing with a burst somewhere in the distance.Ukrainians troops reply in kind, grumbling about the would-be peace agreement signed in February that bans the presence of heavy weapons from the front line.Later in the day, we learn where the rebel shells have landed: on government checkpoint No. 29, and in the villages of Toshkivka and Novotovshkiske.The following night, the routine repeats all over again.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. 5 ways to recognize low testosterone Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Comments   Share   Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies In this photo taken Monday, June 22, 2015, a Ukrainian soldier from the Kiev-2 volunteer battalion throws knifes during a training at the frontline in the village of Krymske, east Ukraine. Few places along the front line in east Ukraine see regular fighting as bitter as the village of Krymske. For now, Krymske is in the hands of Ukrainian government forces and the volunteer battalions that fight alongside them. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka) Top Stories KRYMSKE, Ukraine (AP) — Few places along the front line in east Ukraine see regular fighting as bitter as the village of Krymske. Roads to the village have all but crumbled away under the weight of military trucks, tanks and armored personnel carriers.For now, Krymske is in the hands of Ukrainian government forces and the volunteer battalions that fight alongside them. Somewhere in the distance is the enemy: Russian-backed separatists whose stated aim is to double the amount of territory under their control. Sponsored Stories last_img read more

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