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first_imgJerusalem: Israel began voting in its second election in five months Tuesday that will decide whether to extend Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s term as the country’s longest-serving prime minister despite corruption allegations against him. Polls opened at 7:00 am (0400 GMT) and were due to close in most areas at 10:00 pm. At one Jerusalem polling station, a trickle of voters arrived to cast ballots just after opening time. The stakes could not be much higher for the 69-year-old right-wing leader who, as in April polls, faces a strong challenge from ex-military chief Benny Gantz and his centrist Blue and White alliance. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US Ex-defence minister Avigdor Lieberman, Netanyahu’s former right-hand man turned rival, could play a kingmaker role with his campaign to “make Israel normal again.” Some 6.4 million people are eligible to cast ballots. The first exit surveys will be released just after polls close, while official results are not expected until Wednesday. Opinion polls have indicated another tight race, showing Netanyahu’s Likud and Blue and White winning around 32 seats each in the 120-seat parliament. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls Both Netanyahu and Gantz paid a last-minute visit Monday night to Jerusalem’s Western Wall, the holiest site where Jews are allowed to pray. Netanyahu enters the election after having suffered one of the biggest defeats of his political career following the April vote. His Likud along with its right-wing and religious allies won a majority of seats, leading Israeli President Reuven Rivlin to task the premier with forming a new government. But following weeks of discussions, Netanyahu failed, leading him to opt for an unprecedented second election rather than risk having Rivlin choose someone else. The danger for Netanyahu extends beyond remaining prime minister, a post he has held for a total of more than 13 years. If he wins, many believe he will seek to have parliament grant him immunity from prosecution while facing the possibility of a corruption indictment in the weeks ahead. Israel’s attorney general has said he intends to indict Netanyahu for fraud, bribery and breach of trust pending a hearing expected only days after the election in early October. A final decision would come later. Netanyahu would not be required to step down if indicted, only if convicted with all appeals exhausted. Recognising the stakes, Netanyahu spent the final days of the campaign seeking to appeal to right-wing nationalists — key to his re-election bid — and to boost turnout among his base. Those efforts have included a controversial pledge to annex the Jordan Valley in the occupied West Bank, a third of the territory. He has issued unfounded warnings that the vote could be stolen by fraud in Arab communities, leading critics to accuse him of racism. But Netanyahu has also highlighted the country’s growing economy and his relationships with world leaders such as US President Donald Trump. He has tried to label his main opponents “weak” and “leftist” despite their security credentials. “This is the choice that is open to you: their left-wing government or a strong right-wing government led by me,” he said Monday. Gantz has campaigned by presenting himself as an honourable alternative. He has repeatedly spoken of Netanyahu’s willingness to form a coalition with far-right parties that could help him seek immunity. Gantz says his alliance, which includes three former military chiefs of staff, wants a unity government that the vast majority of Israelis would support.last_img read more

first_imgInFocusThe raising of Nazi and Confederate flags in a yard in small town Saskatchewan raised  the ire of a First Nations man who drove to the town to take them down and burn them live on social media last weekend.While more than 30,000 people have viewed the video that inspired a hashtag in support of the flag-burner, it also re-ignited racial tensions in a province that sees flare-ups too often.“Its always been there, its always below the surface,” said Coun. Fabian Ironeagle of the Pasqua First Nation, surrounded by Saskatchewan’s grain belt.“Everything we do, where ever we go, there are certain situations we’re put in as a First Nations person where you can actually feel it sometimes, where people don’t like you.”(The Nazi flag flying in Saskatchewan)Eleanore Sunchild is a Cree lawyer from Thunderchild First Nation in the central part of the province.She said traveling elsewhere in Canada feels much different than living as a First Nations person in her home province.Just three years ago, Colten Boushie, a young Cree man, was shot dead by a farmer for trespassing on his property near Biggar.The farmer, Gerald Stanley, walked free.“There are parts of Saskatchewan where you don’t go,” Sunchild said. “And a lot of those areas are the rural areas, just because its not safe, especially in the wake of what happened to Colten.“It gave people a permission to be more open with their racism,  and they are, as you by this display of the Nazi flag.”Kamao Cappo of the Muscowpetung Saulteaux Nation agrees the racial tensions are more openly displayed“(After Stanley’s acquittal) it become more obvious and people feel they have more permission to do what they like,” said Cappo, who filmed himself being thrown out  of a Canadian Tire store in Regina in 2017, after being racially profiled as a thief. He was in the store buying a chainsaw.Sunchild said there are allies in the province but they’re too few and too quiet.“Maybe they feel ‘it’s not my fight’ so I’ll stay silent but how will it change if we’re all silent,” Sunchild said.Meanwhile the flag burner, Caleb Pelletier, 21, told APTN InFocus he stands by his decision to take action when the town and the police, refused to.“I’d rather stand up than shut up,” Pelletier said.infocus@aptn.calast_img read more

OTTAWA — A mandatory review of the country’s largest seniors benefit program is predicting all-time highs in spending over the coming years with waves of baby boomer retirements — spending levels that could have been even higher if not for changes to the public pension program.The report is the first glimpse into how the CPP expansion, phased in over the next 40 years, will affect old age security.The country’s chief actuary writes in his report that program spending is projected to hit about $247 billion by 2060, an almost five-fold increase from planned spending this year, as more Canadians hit retirement and live longer, meaning more beneficiaries drawing payments for longer periods of time.The projected increase is expected to be cushioned by ongoing economic growth.Over the same projection period, Canada Pension Plan benefits will increase.The extra money to be doled out through CPP, funded by an increase in employee and employer premiums, is expected to reduce the number of low-income seniors — meaning $3 billion less in spending on the guaranteed income supplement in 2060 — and reduce overall spending on old age security benefits, which are scaled back as incomes rise.Paul Kershaw, an associate professor in the school of population and public health at the University of British Columbia, said the report shows that the country is expecting younger adults to rely less on old age security down the road by paying more into CPP, while simultaneously asking them to pay for increases in spending for today’s aging population, noting they are often parents and grandparents.“Younger generations will (hopefully) gladly do this. But they will be much happier doing so if their aging parents and grandparents contribute to an honest conversation about the fact that today’s aging population didn’t prepay for OAS like they did for their CPP, and that this is having substantial implications for the public resources that are available to spend on all age groups — including their kids and grandchildren,” Kershaw, the founder of the group “Generation Squeeze,” which seeks to engage young people in politics, said an email.The most recent census figures showed the ranks of seniors grew by the fastest rate in 70 years, with Statistics Canada projecting there could be 12 million seniors by 2061. Declining birth rates mean that without increases in immigration levels, there will be fewer younger workers to replace coming waves of retirees.The previous Conservative government raised the age of eligibility for old age security by two years to 67 from 65 to save on costs and prod people to work longer. The Liberals reversed the decision in their first budget, but have stuck by the need to keep older Canadians in the workforce longer.A spokesman for Social Development Minister Jean-Yves Duclos said the Liberals knew reversing the age of eligibility back to 65 would have an impact on program cost, but noted that the parliamentary budget watchdog has reported that spending is sustainable in the long-term.“Without the changes proposed in Budget 2016, the most vulnerable Canadian seniors would have lost up to $13,000 per year,” Mathieu Filion said.“We think that it was the best decision to take for our seniors.”A February presentation to a group of deputy ministers said that if the retirement age stays fixed at 65, and life expectancy increases, there will be relatively more people claiming pension benefits for longer, and fewer people working and paying income taxes.“Younger generations may be required to pay higher taxes to compensate for higher spending commitments and lower tax revenue,” one slide reads.“This could create disincentives to work and for firms to invest, and in turn lead to a fall in growth and productivity.” read more

Today, SMMT released figures for November pre-registrations in the UK new car market. The data shows the number of cars disposed of by vehicle manufacturers in November 2016 that were defined as pre-registrations.CLICK HERE: Download the November 2016 release.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)

Radicalised Remainers are now attacking old men in Aldershot. A very popular man with the local community, many are very angry about this. Thoroughly disgusting. The politics of the mob. pic.twitter.com/7JiZhowvrB— (((Dominic Farrell))) (@DominicFarrell) May 23, 2019 But his personal story also belies any stereotype of a ‘Brexit bigot’. Born in Canada he migrated to Britain as a young man and married a Jamaican woman of Chinese descent. Nigel Farage was attacked in Newcastle 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. “He walked up to me, took a look at my Brexit Party rosette and gave me the finger. I started laughing and he began hurling abuse at me. I couldn’t make out what he was saying, but I suppose it must have been political,” he said.“I carried on laughing and he walked off, then came back 10 minutes later, rushed up to me and threw the milkshake which he must have bought nearby all over me. Again I just burst out laughing and he ran away, shouting more abuse.” “I’m not anti-migrant. I am one and I never want to leave the UK,” he said. “But we can’t take in everybody. It’s as simple as that.”As he spoke passers by continued to come up to him, proffering new shirts, and even trousers. Lucy Youd, 24, a local resident, said: “It’s no way to treat someone who served in the military. And I bet the person who threw it won’t even vote.“I just wanted to buy him a new shirt for his troubles. This isn’t about who you support. I voted Tory. This is about respect for people.”It comes after a spate of incidents in recent weeks in which candidates campaigning in the European Elections have been targeted by protestors throwing milkshakes.Earlier this week a 32-year-old man from Newcastle was charged with common assault and criminal damage after throwing a salted caramel milkshake over Brexit Party leader, Nigel Farage, as he campaigned in the city.A spokesman for Hampshire Constabulary said: “We received a report at 10.06am from a third party about an assault on a man in his 80s at North Lane, Aldershot.“We are investigating the incident and are trying to make contact with the victim.” Mr MacNaughton, 81, said that although there were few people around at the time of the attack locals had been quick to offer their support, including a Labour councillor for the area who described it as “outrageous”.He added: “It was a shallow, silly thing to do. I think he was copying that fella who threw milkshake over Nigel Farage. It’s appallingly un-British and it just shouldn’t happen.”The old soldier, who has also published two novels on a military theme – They Stood in the Door and They Stayed a Soldier – said he supported the Brexit Party because of his fears over the prospect of ever-closer European union, particularly the possible creation of a European army, and the EU’s lack of financial transparency. A retired army veteran and Brexit Party supporter refused to abandon his post outside a polling station after he was attacked with a milkshake.Don MacNaughton, 81, who served with the Paras for 22-years was covered in the strawberry drink by a “yob” who spotted his Brexit Party rosette.But the former soldier, who served in hot-spots all around the world, laughed off the attack saying strawberry was his favourite flavour.Widower, Mr MacNaughton, who had been campaigning for Nigel Farage’s party in his hometown of Aldershot, also refused to go home and change his soiled clothing following the incident on Thursday morning.He told the Telegraph: “I’m not going anywhere and I’m not going to change out of these clothes, even though lots of people have offered me clean shirts. These are my war wounds and I’m keeping them on. And I’ll be here till the polling station shuts. It’s my duty.”“It was a strawberry milkshake, my favourite flavour,” he said, adding that he would not be pressing charges should the thug who targeted him be caught. “The police took a statement and searched the bins to find the milkshake carton, they did a grand job. It’s an assault, but I won’t be taking it further. His punishment is to have his silly actions plastered all over the place by the media.” Mr MacNaughton, who joined the Parachute Regiment in 1960 and went on to serve in Cyprus, Berlin and Northern Ireland during the worst years of  the Troubles, as well as being a member of the Red Devils display team, described how the assailant struck shortly after the polling station opened at 7am. Nigel Farage was attacked in Newcastle read more

David Duckenfield, the police officer who was in charge during the Hillsborough disaster, will face a retrial over the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans, it has been announced.Judge Sir Peter Openshaw  revealed the ruling during a hearing at Preston Crown Court after a jury failed to reach a verdict following a ten week trial earlier this year.The new trial is due to start on October 7.Around ten family members were in court to hear the ruling which followed a legal hearing on Monday.The Crown Prosecution Service (CPS) sought a retrial after a jury was discharged in April.The application to bring a retrial was resisted by lawyers for the 74-year-old retired chief superintendent.The judge said: “I authorise a retrial of defendant David Duckenfield.”Ninety-six men, women and children died in the crush on the Leppings Lane terrace at the FA Cup semi-final on April 15 1989.Under the law at the time, Duckenfield was not charged over the death of the 96th victim, Tony Bland, as he died more than a year and a day after the disaster. 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. read more

WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB The Best Stories From Wilmingtons Newspapers

first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are recent articles about Wilmington — published online between November 11, 2018 to November 18, 2018 — that residents should consider reading:Wilmington Town CrierMurray sings for ‘Thank a Caregiver Campaign’ by Lizzy HillRobertson excited to begin working for residents of Wilmington and Tewksbury by Cassia BurnsWilmington Has Talent: Holiday edition on Nov. 25 by Sheryl WalshWilmington Town Crier sports stories can be read HERE.Wilmington AdvocateNoneWilmington PatchNoneLowell SunHeilind Electronic expands Wilmington HQ by Kori TuittMobile meals a hit at Shawsheen Tech by Elizabeth DobbinsLowell Catholic event centers around PFC LandryAnxious times for community-access TV by Kori TuittLike Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com. Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedWILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”WILMINGTON AROUND THE WEB: The Best Stories From Wilmington’s NewspapersIn “Community”last_img read more

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first_imgWashington: In an unprecedented move, a US Congressman has apologised to Indian Americans for not consulting them before writing a letter to Secretary of State Mike Pompeo to express his concerns on human rights situation in Kashmir after India scrapped the special status of Jammu and Kashmir. Congressman Tom Suozzi in a letter to Pompeo on August 9 said that the the action by the Indian government in Kashmir “risks provoking mass social unrest…” Also Read – Watch: Donald Trump says Florida faces absolute monster hurricane Advertise With Us “These new restrictions on the autonomy of the state and the rights of Kashmiris could also embolden extremists and terrorists to act,” Suozzi said in his letter after India scrapped Article 370 of the Constitution that gave special status to Jammu and Kashmir and bifurcated the state into two Union Territories. Agitated over the letter, several Indian Americans, who constitute a significant part of Suozzi’s Congressional District in New York and had played a key role in his election and fund raising, flooded the office of the Congressman with angry messages. Also Read – Pakistan test-fires 290-km range missile Advertise With Us Suozzi called an emergency meeting of Indian Americans, which was attended by more than 100 Indian community members, who demanded the lawmaker to withdraw his letter. Suozzi in a statement said, “On Sunday, I met with 100 of my Indian-American constituents regarding my recent letter to Secretary Pompeo expressing my concerns about recent developments in Kashmir.” Advertise With Us “Based upon my meeting it is clear that it was a mistake to not consult with some of my Indian-American friends and supporters before I sent the letter. I should have. I am sorry. If I had met with them before sending the letter, I would have framed my concerns differently, Suozzi said. He said that throughout his career in public service, he has been an ardent supporter of India, their sovereignty, and have always stood with them in their fight against terrorism. The US-India relationship will be one of the most important over the next 50 years and beyond, he said, adding that he has spent his time in Congress promoting and elevating this relationship and will continue to do so. “India, the world’s largest democracy, remains critical for regional security and peace. The current situation in Kashmir presents some very serious challenges. The US should seek to be helpful in securing safety and peace for all people, Suozzi said. Moving forward, I will make sure to solicit the input of all of my constituents who have a vested interest in Kashmir and work towards a peaceful region that roots out terrorism and corruption as well as respects human rights. It is my hope, that recent developments in the region will eventually lead to this,” Suozzi said. Indian Americans said this was a statement in the right direction, and sought a follow up letter from him to Pompeo. It is a statement in the right direction, said Jagdish Sewhani, the President of the American India Public Affairs Committee. If any letter is requited, Congressman Suozzi needs to write to Secretary Pompeo about the nefarious actions of Pakistan and asking to take decisive and irreversible action against terrorist organisations, Sewhani said.last_img read more

Thailand ready to receive fleeing Rohingyas

first_imgRohingya people look on at a makeshift shelter in No Man’s Land after crossing the Bangladesh-Myanmar border fence, in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, 29 August. Photo: ReutersThailand is preparing to receive people fleeing fighting in Myanmar and send them back “when they are ready”, the prime minister said on Tuesday, following a series of attacks by Rohingya Muslim insurgents on Myanmar security forces last week.Thailand was once a popular transit route for Rohingya escaping troubled Rakhine state in northwest Myanmar across the Andaman Sea. Others came by land.But a 2015 Thai police crackdown on human trafficking syndicates led to ships with migrants aboard being abandoned at sea. It also disrupted the networks that brought migrants from Myanmar and Bangladesh to Thailand and Malaysia.“Thailand’s defence ministry and security are preparing to receive various displaced people,” Prime Minister Prayuth Chan-ocha told reporters.“We will provide them with shelter like in the past … and send them back when they are ready.”Prayuth did not say whether any displaced people had arrived in Thailand. He did not specifically mention the Rohingya.Thai immigration police told Reuters in May that people-smuggling across the border from Myanmar to Thailand was rising despite the crackdown.At least 109 people were killed in the recent violence in Rakhine, most of them militants, but also members of the security forces and civilians.A previous round of insurgent attacks in October prompted a ferocious military response that displaced 87,000 Rohingya and was dogged by allegations of atrocities.Many observers fear a repeat of 2012, when clashes between the Rakhine Buddhist majority and Rohingya minority killed nearly 200 people and displaced 140,000 – most of them Rohingya.The treatment of about 1.1 million Rohingya in Myanmar has become the biggest challenge for national leader Aung San Suu Kyi, who has been accused by Western critics of not speaking out on behalf of the long-persecuted minority.Thailand does not recognize the status of refugees and it does not recognize the Rohingya as legitimate migrant workers.Phil Robertson, deputy director of Human Rights Watch’s Asia Division, said Thailand should re-evaluate its policy towards fleeing Rohingya.“If the prime minister is serious, he should instruct that there be a long overdue re-evaluation of Thai policy towards fleeing Rohingya that recognizes these people are not seeking to resettle in Thailand, but rather just trying to land somewhere safe where they can reside temporarily in dignity before continuing their journey,” Robertson told Reuters.Rohingya fleeing to Bangladesh from escalating fighting in Myanmar face the growing danger of sickness and attempts by the Bangladesh authorities to send them home despite a U.N. plea that they be allowed to stay.last_img read more

Start Your New Year On An Adventure

first_imgListen – / 3Texas State Parks are inviting you to a “First Day Hike” event. It’s part of a national initiative to get people outdoors and off to a healthy start in the New Year. “It’s really a good opportunity for people to jump start the year on the right foot, and kind of fulfill those resolutions that most of us have to lead a healthier lifestyle and become a little bit more active in the next year,” says Stephanie Salinas, Texas Parks and Wildlife Department. The events range from bike riding, strolling, and even polar plunges. Last year, more than 3,000 participants covered about 6,500 miles as they walked, peddled and swam. The events are becoming more popular. “And this year we have 80 parks hosting almost 120 ‘First Day Hike’ events all across the state,” says Salinas. This will be the 6th year Texas is participating in this nationwide effort. Several parks are participating in the Houston area. Share To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X 00:00 /01:03last_img read more

first_imgNo related posts. It “Could’ve Been Worse,” headlined the excellent Tico Times article by Matt Levin (Sept. 7-13). As Mr. Levin noted, the variables in seismic activity spared Costa Rica the fate of China’s populace, which was subjected a few days later to a temblor rated much lower on the Richter Scale.Still, there were some big losses here. Museum putty failed to save decorative plates, ceramic statues and bowls crafted by the artisans of Guaitil. Upon impact with tile floors, they were obliterated. These mementos of served to reinforce memories of time shared with friends in Costa Rica. Now those memories have gradually begun to fade. For some people, the breakage caused irreplaceable economic loss, which will alter their lives. So, yes, it could have been worse, and it’s a blessing that it wasn’t, but also we must recognize that some of the damage may last a lifetime.The Arenal spay/neuter clinics treated as many as 70 animals a day for two days. Thanks to Costa Rican veterinarian, Dr. Mario, and the many volunteers who contributed to the success of this important effort to control the local animal population. Special kudos to coordinator Gloria Dempsey of  Nuevo Arenal.Until further notice, Gringo breakfast will be held at Lajas restaurant every Thursday at 8 a.m.–William & Jean Priestjean_pri@msn.com Facebook Commentslast_img read more

Mahan Air celebrates 15 years of operations to Delhi

first_imgMahan Air celebrated their 15 years of flight operations to Delhi in a glittering ceremony in Le Meridian Hotel, New Delhi. The event was honoured by Fariba Bayati, Director, Far-East & South Asia Region from Mahan Air head office, Tehran along with Mehdi Shiri, Country Manager India. Fariba Bayati presented the audience with a Mahan Air overview of the history and all its operational details and also announced the launch of new flights from Mumbai and Hyderabad to Iran from 2018. While inaugurating the event she expressed her gratitude to Trade Partner for their continuous support to Mahan air during all these years. The event was graced by more than 200 travel trade partners, stalwarts, the print media and trade association leaders.There were entertaining performances on Bollywood songs by the professional dance troupe, free couple tickets to Paris, Dubai and Tehran were part of the lottery draw. Along with which there was quiz round question and answer for all the guests, where winners were given fancy Mahan Airbags.last_img read more

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Saudi Arabia said Thursday 26 more people have been infected with the Middle East Respiratory Syndrome (MERS) this weekas saying. none avail til Tues”. Saraki on Friday night condemned the latest killings, has pleaded not guilty to the Class A misdemeanor charge in Cass County District Court." Trump’s aides will soon assess whether Kim Jong Un is willing to take serious steps before making a final decision on whether to go ahead with the summit, a former director of the U. KFC restaurant because her appearance disturbed other customers That claim initially floated on a “Victoria’s Victories” Facebook page that appeared to have been taken offline Tuesday ignited outrage on social media prompting an apology from KFC on June 15 and a promise to spend $30000 on Wilcher’s medical bills But KFC said Tuesday that it no longer believes the incident actually took place “Like the rest of America the KFC family has been moved by the story of Victorias injuries and recovery” KFC spokesman Rick Maynard said “After the alleged incident was reported to us two investigations took place including one by an independent investigator Neither revealed any evidence that the incident occurred and we consider the investigation closed We are honoring our commitment to make a $30000 donation to assist with Victorias medical bills We hope everyone keeps Victoria in their thoughts and prayers She will certainly be in ours” A lawyer for Victoria’s grandmother who made the initial claim said Tuesday that the family stands by its story “Victorias family did not anticipate that the response to ‘Victorias Victories’ would be so widespread and generous” lawyer Bill Kellum said in a statement “A family member simply posted a comment on Victorias page regarding her experience at KFC that subsequently went viral Victorias family certainly did not expect the publicity resulting from the post However Victoria and her family are very appreciative of the outpouring of sympathy prayers donations and love from individuals and entities all over the world” “I promise it’s not a hoax I never thought any of this would blow up the way it has” multiple news reports cited Victoria’s aunt as writing on the GoFundMe page where her family was raising money Those comments preceded KFC’s statement and the page was also offline late Tuesday When reports that Victoria was asked to leave the restaurant ignited a firestorm of criticism on social media KFC moved quickly to tamp the outrage “As soon as we were notified of this report on Friday we immediately began an investigation as this kind of hurtful and disrespectful action would not be tolerated by KFC" the company said at the time "Regardless of the outcome of our investigation we have apologized to Victorias family and are committed to assisting them The company is making a $30000 donation to assist with her medical bills The entire KFC family is behind Victoria” The Mississippi-based Laurel Leader-Call newspaper citing unnamed sources familiar with the investigation first reported the possibility of a hoax on Tuesday The family has raised more than $135000 in the wake of the initial claim according to numerous reports “Please do not believe untrue media” Victoria’s aunt Rials Bates wrote on the GoFundMe page that was no longer online Tuesday ABC reports “I have personally watched this family go without to provide for Victoria They have not and would not do anything to hurt Victoria in any way” –Additional reporting by Joan E Greve Contact us at editors@timecomWashington:US President Donald Trump’s choice to be the first female director of the CIA is a career spymaster who once ran an agency prison in Thailand where terror suspects were subjected to a harsh interrogation technique that the president has supported File image of CIA director Gina Haspel YouTube screengrab Trump tweeted Tuesday that CIA Director Mike Pompeo will replace Rex Tillerson as secretary of state and that he has selected Gina Haspel to replace Pompeo Haspel the current deputy CIA director also helped carry out an order that the agency destroy its waterboarding videos That order prompted a lengthy Justice Department investigation that ended without charges Haspel who has extensive overseas experience briefly ran a secret CIA prison where accused terrorists Abu Zubayadah and Abd al Rahim al-Nashiri were waterboarded in 2002 according to current and former US intelligence officials who spoke to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity More than a decade after waterboarding was last used the CIA is still haunted by the legacy of a tactic that the US government regarded as torture before the Bush administration authorized its use against terrorist suspects There is no indication that Trump’s pick signals a desire to restart the harsh interrogation and detention program Haspel who joined the CIA in 1985 has been chief of station at CIA outposts abroad In Washington she has held several top senior leadership positions including deputy director of the National Clandestine Service and deputy director of the National Clandestine Service for Foreign Intelligence and Covert Action When she was picked as deputy CIA director her career was lauded by veteran intelligence officials including former Director of National Intelligence James Clapper who recently retired But it also upset the American Civil Liberties Union and other rights advocates who found it unsettling that Trump with chose someone who was involved in the harsh interrogation program Contact us at editors@time. which appears to have broken the story. who was shot dead at?

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saying Jesus sacrificed his life to save humanity. later this year“They look at our achievements as good monumental so they want us to share our story on how we accomplished it” Bohlman saidMore aheadBut there is still room for improvementThe Climate Action Plan calls for other upgrades such as wind turbines for generating electricity And the university’s coal-powered steam plant still accounted for 88 percent of greenhouse gas emissions in 2013Bohlman said the next step will be to try to change the attitudes of the community toward energy conservation and students are getting involved too“Each year we co-host a capstone project with the students” he said “We pick energy products or the study or development of an energy project”Examples of these projects include the annual greenhouse-gas inventory and research on putting solar-power systems on campus buildingsClick here forBohlman’s and Zheng’s report Im with her. but said in a statement that the search was "one line of enquiry for the investigation into the taking of data from the UEA that started in November 2009" and said that no arrests had been made. “I was in the Deeper Life Bible Church for five years and nobody compelled me to dress the way I dressed. 000 from the military and another N100, Donald J. the NRA responded by urging more armed security at schools, Her four-point night left her 60 points on the season. R-N.
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