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Zimbabwe UN envoy stresses urgency of helping millions facing food shortage

While donors have been responsive, only $82 million – or one-third of the UN’s $285 million appeal for Zimbabwe – has been received to help to country overcome widespread food shortages, caused in part by natural disasters and policy-related issues.Mr. Morris’ urgent appeal was made after visiting Bindura, north of the capital Harare, where thousands of people gathered for a food distribution. The Special Envoy arrived in Zimbabwe on Wednesday as part of a two-week UN mission to the six countries affected by the crisis.”The magnitude of hardship was engraved on the faces I saw. I was struck by the tragic stories people told,” said Mr. Morris, who is accompanied by Carolyn McAskie, Deputy Emergency Relief Coordinator for the UN Office of the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA), as well as representatives from several UN agencies. “Clearly every day is a massive struggle to survive and the situation will only worsen over the months ahead.”During meetings with key government ministers, Mr. Morris and his team focused discussions on building cooperation between the international aid community and Harare. Other pressing issues included the importation of food aid containing genetically modified organisms, the urgent need for more non-governmental partners to help implement programmes, the situation of unemployed farm workers, as well as the politicization of humanitarian assistance.”Overall, discussions with the political and humanitarian players have been conducted in an atmosphere of cooperation and mutual understanding about the severe crisis at hand. I feel encouraged that progress has been made,” said Mr. Morris. read more

Boeing predicts a need for 43560 airplanes worldwide by 2034 double the

Boeing predicts a need for 43,560 airplanes worldwide by 2034, double the existing fleet FILE – In this Jan. 17, 2013 file photo, a line of 787 jets are parked nose-to-tail at Paine Field in Everett, Wash. In the next 20 years, global airlines will need 38,050 new airplanes, jet manufacturer Boeing said in its annual market forecast Thursday, June 11, 2015. That’s up 3.5 percent from last year’s projection. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) by Scott Mayerowitz, The Associated Press Posted Jun 11, 2015 8:20 am MDT Last Updated Jun 11, 2015 at 11:30 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – Demand for new airplanes around the world will continue to soar as millions of people in developing nations take to the skies for the first time.In the next 20 years, global airlines will need 38,050 new airplanes jet manufacturer Boeing said in its annual market forecast. That’s up 3.5 per cent from last year’s projection.In order to fill that demand, Boeing, its rival Airbus and smaller manufacturers like Embraer and Bombardier will have to build more than five new planes a day, every day for the next two decades.These new planes will help to double the number of aircraft worldwide from 21,600 to 43,560 in 2034. Fifty-eight per cent of the 38,050 airplanes delivered over that time will be to accommodate growth. Boeing estimates that the number of passengers will grow by 4.9 per cent each year. The rest of the new planes will replace existing aircraft.Nearly two out of every five new planes will head to Asia.The current jet buying spree has been driven by cheap credit and relatively high fuel prices, making the economics work for purchasing new, fuel-efficient planes. But as fuel prices have fallen and interest rates are expected to climb, some aviation experts have warned that airlines might continue to fly older jets rather than buy expensive new ones.Boeing says it isn’t seeing that.“The commercial airplane market continues to be strong and resilient,” Randy Tinseth, vice-president of marketing for Boeing’s commercial airplane division said in statement. “As we look forward, we expect the market to continue to grow and the demand for new aircraft to be robust.”__Scott Mayerowitz can be reached at http://twitter.com/GlobeTrotScott read more

Nearly half of Canadians arent taking steps to meet financial goals CIBC

Nearly half of Canadians aren’t taking steps to meet financial goals: CIBC survey by The Canadian Press Posted Dec 29, 2016 2:00 am MDT Last Updated Dec 29, 2016 at 6:00 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – A new report from CIBC says about half of Canadians aren’t taking sufficient steps to stay on top of their financial priorities in the coming year.A poll conducted this month for the Toronto-based bank found that 48 per cent of respondents didn’t plan to cut back spending on non-essential items in order to meet goals that include eliminating debt, keeping up with bills and growing their investments.Coming in at 28 per cent, debt repayment was the top financial priority of those surveyed — with the vast majority saying their biggest concerns were credit cards and lines of credit.Among those who incurred new debt over the past 12 months, almost one-third of those surveyed said the primary reason for overspending was day-to-day expenses beyond their monthly income.Yet, the poll also found that only 26 per cent of the respondents said they will actually set a household budget to help them stay on track with a financial plan.The CIBC survey was conducted online in early December among 1,507 Canadian adults who are Angus Reid Forum panellists.Other key findings from the poll showed that keeping up with bills was the No. 2 priority among 16 per cent of those surveyed, followed by growing investments for 11 per cent.Putting aside money for a vacation was a key financial priority for eight per cent of respondents, while establishing an emergency fund was a top goal for three per cent.The polling industry’s professional body, the Marketing Research and Intelligence Association, says online surveys cannot be assigned a margin of error because they do not randomly sample the population.According to the latest data from Statistics Canada, the ratio of household credit market debt to adjusted disposable income crept up to 166.9 per cent in the third quarter, up from 166.4 per cent in the second quarter.That means, on average, Canadians owed $1.67 in credit market debt—mortgages, other loans and consumer credit—for every dollar of disposable income. read more

UNArab League envoy apologizes to Syrian people over stalemate in peace talks

“I am very, very sorry, and I apologize to the Syrian people that…we haven’t helped them very much,” said Mr. Brahimi, the United Nations/Arab League Joint Special Representative, telling a press conference that while no date was set to resume the talks, he presented both sides with an agenda for the next round, “so that we don’t lose another week or 10 days as we have this time.” This is the second round of UN-sponsored direct talks between Government and opposition representatives – the first set of discussions took place in late January – to end a war which has killed well over 100,000 people and driven nearly 9 million others from their homes since the conflict erupted between President Bashar al-Assad and various groups seeking his ouster nearly three years ago. “People are dying, the country is being destroyed. If this track aims at helping the Syrian people, then of course, the faster we achieve tangible results, the better,” Mr. Brahimi said in response to a question, but added he has made it clear that “everybody needs to go back to their base and we will contact each other to determine the date [of the next round]. The talks have so far yielded only modest cooperation between the sides on allowing UN and Syrian Red Crescent relief workers access to thousands of people trapped in the long-besieged Old City of Homs, and Mr. Brahimi said today he felt “the little that has been achieved in Homs gave [the Syrian people] even more hope that maybe this is the beginning of the coming out of this horrible crisis – I apologize to them.” As for next steps, Mr. Brahimi said the parties agreed to his proposal that a new round of talks would focus on violence and terrorism, a transitional governing body, national institutions and national reconciliation. But he acknowledged that the main sticking point persisted: the Government side considers that the most important issue to be combatting terrorism; the opposition considers that the most important issue is forming a transitional governing authority. “We suggested that the first day will be set for discussion on…ending violence and combating terrorism and the second day would be reserved for a discussion on the TGB [transitional governing body],” he explained, but while he had made clear that one day would not give enough time to conclude discussions on either issue, “unfortunately, the Government has refused [this approach], which raises the suspicion of the opposition that in fact the Government doesn’t’ want to discuss the TGB at all.” “I very, very much hope that the two sides will reflect and think a little bit better and come back ready to engage seriously on how to implement the Geneva Communiqué,” he said, referring to the 2012 action plan adopted at the first international meeting in Switzerland on the conflict and the full implementations of which is the basis of the current talks. “The Communiqué helps the two sides, and us sitting between them, to start the long road towards ending this crisis.” Of the fact that the two sides remain at odds over how to tackle his four-point proposal, Mr. Brahimi underscored that while they had “at least” agreed on an agenda: “It is not good for Syria that we come back for another round and fall in the same trap that we have been struggling with this week and most of the first round.” “I think it is better that every side goes back and reflect and take their responsibility: do they want this process to take place or not? I will do the same,” he said, adding that will head to New York to meet with UN Secretary General Ban Ki-moon, as well as United States Secretary of State John Kerry and Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov, the initiators of the Geneva talks. He also plans to brief the other permanent five members of the Security Council – China, France and the United Kingdom – as well as the body’s 10 non-permanent members. “So I hope that this time of reflection will lead the Government side in particular to reassure the [opposition] that when they speak of implementing the Geneva Communiqué they do mean that a TGB exercising full executive powers will be the main objective to follow,” said Mr. Brahimi, adding that ending violence and combating terrorism “is extremely important, indispensable.” Asked if he had a specific message for President Assad as the talks wrapped up, Mr. Brahimi said: “My message to everybody involved in this terrible crisis is to think of the Syrian people, to think of the immense suffering that has been imposed on [them], the destruction that has taken place in Syria, and to think of what anyone can contribute to pull Syria out of the ditch in which it has fallen.” To a question about the ongoing commitment of Russia and the US, he said he continued to believe the two countries are important partners with the United Nations. “There is no doubt – and I have said repeatedly- that the United Nations, the Russian Federation and the United States; none of them can turn a blind eye to this huge crisis in Syria.” read more

THW Kiel wins 100 years of TBV Lemgo

Momir IlicTBV LemgoTHW Kiel German THW Kiel played in high form tournament dedicate to 100th birthday of TBV Lemgo. “Zebras” was better in the final match against MKB Veszprem 38:29 with another TOP class game of Momir Ilic, who scored 13 goals.THW Kiel: Palicka, Omeyer, Ilić 13 (5), Ahlm 11, Andersson 6, Reichmann 4, Palmarsson 1, Lundström 1, Narcisse 1, Klein 1.Veszprém: Fazekas, Alilovic, Sulić 8, Vujin 7 (3), Ilyés 5, Terzić 5, Vilovski 2, T. Ivancsik 1, Koražija 1.At the third place match, Montpellier win over home team, TBV Lemgo 37:36. ← Previous Story Women’s U19 ECh in Netherlands: Danish girls win Gold Next Story → Men’s Youth WCh Argentina 2011 (1/4 finals): Seven Europeans and Egypt read more

Easy day for Barca and PSG

← Previous Story Celje miss to take point in Veszprem – “Lions” celebrate in Zagreb! Next Story → EHF CL: Big win for Gorenje over La Rioja! 3. HC Vardar – Skopje5221141:125(16)6 2. PSG Handball6312185:167(18)7 FC BarcelonaPSG Handball Two clear favorites FC Barcelona and PSG finished their jobs in Saturday’s matches without problems. Spanish champion beat Belarus TOP side Dinamo Minsk 35:25 (13:9) in front of 2400 fans in “Blaugrana”. Same as in the first match in Minska last weekend, Barca broke the resistance of the solid rival in the second half. Top scorers where Rutenka with seven and Noddesbo with one goal less…35 – Barcelona (13+22): Saric; Juanín (5), Sorhaindo (-), Víctor Tomás (4), Morros (-), Karabatic (4), Lazarov (2) -siete inicial-, Noddesbo (6), Entrerríos (2), Sarmiento (-), Ariño (3), Gurbindo (-), Rutenka (7, 5p), Stranovsky (-), Morros (-) y Saubich (2).25 – Dinamo Minsk (9+16): Bogdanovic; Dzanis Rutenka (1), Shelmenko (3), Nikulenkau (3), Aguirrezabalaga (1), Bundalo (1), Brouka (3) -siete inicial- Pejanovic (p), Babichev (5), Doroschuk (2), Markelau (-), Miklavcic (2), Doborac (4, 1p) y Harbuz (-).French champion PSG beat Swiss Wacker Thun 38:24 (22:11).STANDINGS: 5. HC Dinamo Minsk6204162:181(-19)4 1. FC Barcelona6510212:151(61)11 3. HC Metalurg5302123:139(-16)6 6. Wacker Thun6006144:204(-60)0 read more

The 9 at 9 Monday

first_imgEvery morning, TheJournal.ie brings you the nine stories you need to know a little before 9am.1.#MEETING: The newly-elected Labour leader, Joan Burton, will meet with the Taoiseach Enda Kenny today. The pair will discuss policy priorities and the Cabinet reshuffle.2.#BUDGET 2015: Employers’ group Ibec says that the government need only cut 10% of the proposed €2 billion in this year’s Budget.3.#OUT IN FORCE: The numbers of gardaí have fallen consistently over the last number of years, as this chart shows.4.#COURT: A man and a woman will appear in court this morning, charged with the assault of a man in Ranelagh in Dublin early on Saturday morning.5.#CHILDREN: More than 3,000 children were waiting to be referred to mental health professionals at the end of March, the Child and Adolescent Mental Health Service has revealed.6.#GREYHOUND: Staff at Greyhound Recycling who claim that they have been ‘locked out’ will march to Dublin’s City Hall today. The SIPTU members are calling on the public to support the march.7.#BRIGHT HORIZON: A shelved proposal for a €100 million shopping centre in Limerick has been revived. The former Parkway Shopping Centre will create 2,000 jobs, investors say.8.#ISRAEL: Israel has killed nine people in drone strikes on Gaza, medics say. The strikes came after militants fired dozens of rockets into Israel.9.#GARTH: A number of today’s newspapers report an array of compromises and deals that may be struck that will see Garth Brooks either play four nights at the Aviva stadium, play the two cancelled shows next year or take a break between gigs.last_img read more

Europol has released a grisly Advent calendar of their most wanted criminals

first_imgEuropol has released a grisly Advent calendar of their most wanted criminals Europe’s crime agency are publishing one fugitive from one member state per day. Share Tweet Email1 Saturday 3 Dec 2016, 5:30 PM Source: Europol/Twitter FocoSentenced to life behind bars, Foco escaped from prison while on leave to study in 1995, according to Europol’s website, featuring the continent’s most wanted offenders.A reward of €2,900 is offered for any information leading to his successful recapture.Since the website’s launch in January, some 24 most wanted criminals have been arrested, with nine of those arrests directly linked to media attention and tip-offs from the public, Europol said.“Hopefully we can give people a nice present on 24 December, having arrested some of these fugitives,” Hesztera said. Source: Europol- © AFP, 2016Read: ‘Terrific guy, fantastic country’ – Trump’s phone call to Pakistan leaderRead: 65-year-old Australian surfer escapes serious injury after shark attack 14 Comments ADVENT CALENDARS, THOSE delightful special almanacs that signal the run-up to Christmas, come in many shapes and forms – from pictures of presents to tiny chocolates and miniature bottles of booze.This year, Europol is bringing out their own, somewhat grimmer rendition: an online version featuring Europe’s most wanted criminals.“As from tomorrow, 1 December, we will for 23 days in a row publish one fugitive from one member state per day,” Europol’s spokesman Gerald Hesztera told AFP this week.The wanted person will be highlighted on social media including Europol’s Facebook page and on Twitter for that day, Hesztera said, speaking from Europol’s Hague-based headquarters.The criminals have all been convicted of serious crimes such as murder, kidnapping, terrorism and drug trafficking and are currently fleeing the law, he said, adding: Dec 3rd 2016, 5:30 PM By AFP It’s the most wonderful time of the year ☃🎁 ❄to lock up these #EU #MostWanted criminals. Help us make Europe safer! https://t.co/ym3aDMH1Mt pic.twitter.com/VhpVT40ldZ— Europol (@Europol) November 30, 2016 20,245 Views All these criminals are on the run, fleeing from responsibility and punishment.The calendar of criminals kicked off with Austrian fugitive Tibor Foco, 60, who is wanted for murdering a prostitute in March 1986. http://jrnl.ie/3113147 Short URL Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

PlayStation Move 41 millions dunités écoulées

first_imgPlayStation Move : 4,1 millions d’unités écouléesSony annonce avoir vendu 4,1 millions de PlayStation Move dans le monde et plus de 200.000 en France.Alors que Microsoft vient d’annoncer avoir vendu 2,5 millions de Kinect en 25 jours (voir notre article), Sony fait savoir que sa PlayStation Move a du succès également. Deux mois et demi après sa sortie, le kit de détection de mouvements de Sony s’est écoulé à 4,1 millions d’unités. Et selon ZDnet.fr, 200.000 exemplaires auraient fait des heureux en France.Cependant, un blog du Wall Street Journal, Digits, apporte une précision : ces chiffres prennent en compte les livraisons aux revendeurs et non les ventes aux consommateurs. Enfin, Nintendo affiche ses bons chiffres également. Pas moins de 600.000 consoles Wii et 900.000 DS se seraient écoulées durant la semaine de Thanksgiving, selon la firme.Le 1 décembre 2010 à 13:25 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

ASAAP Meets to Discuss Industry Issues including Brazil Climate Change

first_imgASAAP group views Biltmore vineyards during farm tour in North Carolina.The ASA Action Partnership (ASAAP) held their annual fall retreat in Asheville, North Carolina this week.  In addition to dialogue on key industry issues, meeting topics included Brazil and Climate Change.Participants also toured the incomparable Biltmore House, Biltmore farm and vineyard and enjoyed dinner under at the Barn at Antler Hill Village.Designed as a soybean industry forum with a focus on identifying and addressing key challenges and developing actionable strategies for addressing those challenges, ASAAP brings together soybean industry partners, state affiliates, USB, USSEC and grower leaders. The organization fosters discussion and collaboration on topics that shape and influence the profitability of the soybean industry.ASAAP meets twice annually, during the March Board of Directors and during the fall.last_img read more

Longshore union bid to oust Cowlitz sheriff fails

first_imgKELSO, Wash. (AP) — The Longshore union attempt to oust Cowlitz County Sheriff Mark Nelson failed Friday when Superior Court Judge Stephen Warning dismissed the union-sponsored recall petition.The International Longshore and Warehouse Union accused the sheriff of using excessive force to control demonstrators at the EGT grain terminal at the Port of Longview.The Daily News reports the judge said none of the charges raised by the union met legal requirements for a recall election.Union officials are deciding if they will appeal the decisionlast_img read more

Take part in exclusive healthcare benefits research

first_imgWhat benefits and strategies do you offer to support employees’ mental health? What do you feel you have a duty of care to encourage employees to do around their health and wellbeing?Have your say in the exclusive Employee Benefits healthcare research 2018, which is designed to help you benchmark your organisation’s health and wellbeing benefits.We are particularly interested in hearing about how you calculate the return on investment for healthcare benefits spend, what influences your decision to offer healthcare benefits, how your organisation approaches absence management and what you feel your organisation’s healthcare benefits are successful in achieving.This is your opportunity to share what your organisation is doing, and gain insight into how your healthcare approach compares to those of peers and organisations in other industries.The online survey will be open until Monday 9 July 2018.As a thank you for taking part, you will have the opportunity to enter into a prize draw to win £100 of retail vouchers. For your chance to win, fill in your details at the end of the survey.The research findings will be available online and in a print supplement.Complete the survey today.last_img read more

Several injuries after rollover accident on I95 in Pompano Beach

first_imgPOMPANO BEACH, FLA. (WSVN) – Paramedics are treating several people for injuries they sustained as a result of a rollover accident on Interstate 95, in Pompano Beach, Friday afternoon.Pompano Beach Fire Rescue responded to the scene of the crash along the southbound lanes, south of the Atlantic Boulevard exit.Authorities have blocked two left lanes. They urged motorists to seek alternate routes.Officials have not specified how many people were hurt.Please check back on WSVN.com and 7News for more details on this breaking story.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

300 migrants rescued off Libiya coast

first_imgLibya’s coastguard rescued more than 300 migrants on Tuesday at sea west of the capital Tripoli, a spokesman said.“Coastguards rescued early morning today 140 illegal migrants west of Tripoli and another group of 164 migrants were rescued off Sabratha including seven women and six children,” a spokesman for Libya’s naval forces told Reuters.The migrants included people from sub-Saharan countries, Egypt, Morocco and Tunisia, he said.Hundreds of thousands of migrants from Africa and the Middle East have crossed the Libyan desert and taken to flimsy boats on the Mediterranean in the hope of reaching Europe in recent years.A plan was agreed on Monday by four European countries and three African states, including Libya, to support nations struggling to contain the flow of people.Leaders agreed on the principle of setting up a mechanism to identify legitimate migrants fleeing war and persecution, and to use the United Nations to register them in Niger and Chad so as to prevent them from being exploited by people-smugglers.Libya has been in turmoil since an uprising six years ago overthrew former leader Muammar Gaddafi.last_img read more

FACT CHECK Democratic Response To State Of The Union

first_imgCopyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/. Rep. Joe Kennedy, D-Mass., is delivering the Democratic response to President Trump’s State of the Union address on Tuesday.Rep. Joe Kennedy, D-Mass., delivered the rebuttal to President Trump’s State of the Union address Tuesday night. Democratic leaders called Kennedy a “relentless fighter for working Americans” in their announcement of his selection. At 37, Kennedy has served in Congress since 2013.“It would be easy to dismiss the past year as chaos. Partisanship. Politics,” he said. “But it’s far bigger than that. This administration isn’t just targeting the laws that protect us — they are targeting the very idea that we are all worthy of protection.”Editor’s note: The transcript will be updated throughout the speech. While we are working to correct errors, it may contain discrepancies and typographical errors. Sharelast_img read more

Marvel Studios unveils casting details Doctor Strange trailer and Brie

first_imgBrie Larson on stage with the Marvel Studios cast members. #SDCC2016 pic.twitter.com/ACEQBRh6PV— Ben Kendrick (@benkendrick) July 24, 2016Whoa. What just happened? And why don’t we have a Guardians Vol. 2 trailer for all of us yet? Marvel want its San Diego Comic-Con panel to be different. Whereas other panels had people rotating out from behind a table, Marvel had only chairs. No table means no name tags, as if to subtly say: you know us, we’re the Marvel Cinematic Universe.Kevin Feige started the panel by unveiling a new Marvel Studios fanfare and logo and promising that they only come to Hall H if there is a lot to show… this year, Marvel decided to keep their video goodies inside Hall H. Most of the information given to us internet masses were logos and casting news.Presentación del nuevo logo de #MarvelStudios con la música compuesta por Michael Giacchino #MarvelSDCC #SDCC2016 https://t.co/e9q79hrb7i— Alejandro Plaza (@Jango1138) July 24, 2016 Kicking things off was Black Panther, scheduled for release February 16 2018.Director Ryan Coogler’s Black Panther hasn’t even started shooting, but they’re getting ready to. Coogler brought out his cast and we got to learn some character names: Black Panther himself Chadwick Boseman, rumored but now confirmed Michael B. Jordan as Erik Killmonger, Danai Gurira is Okoye (head of the Dora Milaje, Wakanda’s elite guard), and Lupita Nyong’o who is playing Nakia (also a Dora Milaje). Buried in the #GotGVol2 footage is a shot of Sylvester Stallone squaring off against Yondu in a Ravager coat #SDCC2016— JJ Duncan | @SDCC (@jjduncan) July 24, 2016And Brie Larson is playing Captain Marvel!There was a whole panel of Ravager aliens introducing cast members before they even got to those highlights.Then the panel was over in a huge group photo microphone drop. Michael Rooker on stage in Yondu costume. Clip: Yondu, Rocket, and Baby Groot escape the Ravagers. Yondu takes down at least fifty guys.— Ben Kendrick (@benkendrick) July 24, 2016Afterwards, Michael Rooker came out in full costume as Yondu, who will be part of the Guardians this time (like his character was in the comics and like Geek.com told you in January). Also like his comics counterpart, Rooker’s Yondu was sporting a full fin coming up off of his head. The question and answer portion with the cast involved moderator Chris Hardwick probing Kurt Russell about what character he’s playing and Kurt responding: “You’re lucky when you get to play a memorable well-written character and I hope this one is memorable.”The unexpected announcement from a Marvel Studios panel was a video announcement that Guardians of the Galaxy are coming to Disneyland California Adventure in ride from in Galaxy Mission Breakout. The ride will feature the Guardians from the movie and Benicio Del Toro reprising his role as The Collector. Mission Breakout will take over for the Twilight Zone Tower of Terror. Some detail shots of the Gladiator #Hulk Armor. #MarvelSDCC pic.twitter.com/oqaBflGAo7— Ryan Penagos (@AgentM) July 23, 2016Director Scott Derrickson’s Doctor Strange comes out November 4 and is the next installment in the MCU. Stephen Strange himself, Benedict Cumberbatch, was in attendance and caused quite a stir when his entrance was accompanied by theatrical smoke. Also from the Doctor Strange cast: Tilda Swinton (The Ancient One), Rachel McAdams, Mads Mikkelsen, and Benedict Wong.Since Doctor Strange is so close, Marvel showed a clip from the movie where Stephen Strange meets Swinton’s The Ancient One for the first time. While Hall H got the exclusive clip, the internet was given the second trailer:Jon Watts and Tom Holland showed up to promote Spider-Man: Homecoming, which was sort of a surprise because Homecoming is a co-production with Sony Pictures. Homecoming is currently in production in Atlanta, but amazingly, there was footage shown that ended with a reveal of The Vulture swooping down toward the camera. The Vulture is Homecoming’s villain!After the footage, Holland was excited, having not seen the completed Vulture tease before. With that, more Homecoming cast came on stage: Jacob Batalon, Laura Harrier, Tony Revolori, and Zendaya. The cast took some photos, then had to return to keep shooting the movie.James Gunn came out next to promote his sequel and final Marvel film to get the spotlight during the panel: Guardians of the Galaxy: Vol 2. Gunn seemed high energy and suddenly full-costumed Ravagers and recognizable Taserface stormed Hall H.center_img To end the Guardians portion of the show, they debuted a new trailer with a new soundtrack that finally revealed Kurt Russell’s role: Star Lord’s father… Ego the living planet?!?!!We told you so.Not only that, Sylvester Stallone is in this movie! Ravagers onstage heckling the audience #GuardiansoftheGalaxy vol2 #MarvelSDCC pic.twitter.com/rp72dYpKAG— JoBlo.com (@joblocom) July 24, 2016After they mocked the audience and the Guardians, Chris Pratt showed up to cheers (was mocked by the Ravagers as well) and was joined by Zoe Saldana, Karen Gillan, Dave Bautista, Pom Klementieff (Mantis), and Elizabeth Debicki. Kurt Russell came out to huge cheers (but no character name introduction). Then, it was time for a clip from Guardians Vol. 2. BLACK PANTHER CAST SO EXXITING OMGKFKFNFNRNRJDKD #SDCC #MarvelSDCC pic.twitter.com/G5jIE0SxmX— dazyndara (@dazyndara) July 24, 2016Thor: Ragnarok has only been shooting for two weeks in Austrailia, but director Taika Waititi did direct a short film of what Thor was doing during Civil War. Apparently he moved in with a normal guy and has a conspiracy board about what the Infinity Stones are.After the humorous short, some concept art was shown that included Thor with his hair cut, Hulk wearing his gladiator armor – PLANET HULK STYLE – (that was unveiled earlier in the day on the convention floor and was a tidbit Geek.com revealed back in January), Hela (Cate Blanchett!), and Surtur, a demon villain that we hadn’t know was going to show up!last_img read more

Colin The Steeler circus is on Mike Tomlin

first_imgThe Steelers have long been one of the most stable franchises in the NFL, but the team has become a circus with Antonio Brown discussing being traded on Twitter, and the team struggling in the first two weeks of the season with an 0-1-1 record. Last season, Ben Roethlisberger publicly questioned Tomlin in the media over the team’s lack of discipline.Colin thinks Mike Tomlin is a good coach, but his loose, player friendly culture is the root cause of the growing dysfunction.When Tomlin was hired, he rode the momentum from the Bill Cowher era to two Super Bowl appearances and a championship, but the team has progressively declined, especially in the playoffs, in the last several years as the momentum has dissipated.Now the circus is in town, and it’s on Tomlin.“As the momentum of Cowher has dissipated and it’s now Mike Tomlin’s team, the offensive stars are calling out Tomlin because his side of the ball isn’t working.”@ColinCowherd on the “circus” surrounding the Steelers pic.twitter.com/4bbXt1e9uj— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) September 19, 2018last_img read more

The New Era of IM

first_img This story appears in the May 2009 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe » April 10, 2009 This hands-on workshop will give you the tools to authentically connect with an increasingly skeptical online audience. Instant messaging has come a long way since the days of in-network AIM chatting. Check out these new features that make IM a fully featured business tool. Enroll Now for Free IM-to-textSkype isn’t the only big player in computer-to-phone communications anymore–and it isn’t always the cheapest, either. AIM, Google, Windows Live Messenger and Yahoo have added SMS support, so you can text your colleagues for free.Multimedia messagingPlenty of IM apps now offer multimedia voice and video chat, like AIM, Google Chat and Yahoo Messenger. Many more offer instant file sharing, and some even let you do a screen share, like Apple’s iChat and Skype 2.8, which is great for troubleshooting.Embedded conversationsInstead of downloading a desktop app, a lot of IM clients let you chat right in the web page you’re using. Google Chat works across many of your Google pages, from Gmail to iGoogle. And Facebook and MySpace’s IM apps work anywhere within their respective sites.IM aggregatorsIf you have multiple IM accounts, you can use an app that’ll get your contacts in one place. Top players are web app Meebo, desktop apps Adium and Digsby, and mobile and multiplatform apps Palringo and eBuddy. The only problem is you may not get the full video, audio or texting functions available on your individual accounts.center_img 1.  The situation: A client asks you to write a LinkedIn recommendation, but you have nothing nice to say.What to do: Hit the “Archive” button. Don’t write a referral you can’t stand by. 2.  The situation: Your intern adds you on Facebook.What to do: Use your privacy settings–if you don’t want him seeing all your activity, give him a limited view.3. The situation: A colleague confronts you for dropping her as a “friend.”What to do: Pre-empt the situation by “un-friending” sparingly-you don’t want to lose business over pruning your network.4.  The situation: You get an uncouth comment.What to do: Delete! If it’s a minor offense, call the person out on it. If it’s major, cut him out of your network. 5. The situation: An employee is annoying you with inane updates on Facebook.What to do: No need to un-friend–just set your newsfeed options to see less about that employee.6. The situation: An associate posts and tags a less-than-classy photo of you.What to do: “Un-tag,” if possible, then ask the associate to take the photo down. 3 min read Read the writing on the wall Handle these sticky social networking situations with a careful click of your mouse. Free Workshop | August 28: Get Better Engagement and Build Trust With Customers Nowlast_img read more

Niger passes law to stem human smuggling

first_img Comments   Share   Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement 4 must play golf courses in Arizona Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Sponsored Stories NIAMEY, Niger (AP) — Niger has adopted a law that could see human smugglers facing up to 30 years in prison in an effort to stem the flow of illegal immigrants crossing its borders in hopes of getting to Europe.The parliament adopted the law Monday, said National Assembly Secretary-General Boubacar Tiemogo on Wednesday.A person could face 20 to 30 years in prison and a fine of up to 30 million CFA Francs ($51,000) if there are aggravating circumstances such as smuggling a pregnant woman or children, he said Wednesday. If a smuggler has helped migrants obtain illegal papers, they might face a prison sentence between five and 12 years, along with a fine of up to $5,000, he added. Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Thousands of people trying to get to Europe in hopes of a better life are being smuggled through Niger on the way to Libya. Many die crossing the deserts, or by sea. More than 10,000 people have been plucked from the Mediterranean off Libya in the last month and 1,700 are feared dead.Traffickers operate networks that provide all sorts of services to smuggle people across borders, including illegal papers for transport by land and sea.“This does not prevent legal migrants from crossing Niger. Those who have legal papers for traveling can cross Niger,” said Zakari Oumarou, the deputy representative for the president’s party in parliament.Justice Minister Marou Amadou said Monday after the law was passed it gives Niger the legal means to punish those profiting from smuggling, while protecting migrants’ rights. He also said it is meant to increase international cooperation.The European Union is on Wednesday to unveil a plan to confront the challenges posed by the massive influx of migrants. According to a draft of the text obtained by The Associated Press, the EU wants to establish a pilot system in Niger to screen migrants, help provide local protection for them and work out resettlement opportunities for those in need. Deploying EU migration attaches to Libya’s neighbors and other African countries is among other proposals. Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Top Stories 5 treatments for adult scoliosislast_img read more

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