OTTAWA — Here is a timeline of key events in Canada’s dispute with the United States over NAFTA, the U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement and American tariffs on steel and aluminum:June 28, 2016: Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump declares his antipathy for the North American Free Trade Agreement in a campaign speech in Pittsburgh, in the heart of a Rust Belt state that he would eventually win to secure the presidency. “NAFTA was the worst trade deal in history,” says Trump, pledging to renegotiate the pact “to get a better deal for our workers.” He promises to leave the agreement if Canada and Mexico refuse to bargain with him.Aug. 16, 2017: Canada, Mexico and the United States begin the renegotiation of NAFTA in earnest. The Trump administration opens with a lecture, upping the ante from earlier remarks that it simply wants to “tweak” the deal. Trump’s trade czar Robert Lighthizer declares: “We feel that NAFTA has fundamentally failed many, many Americans and needs major improvement.”October: The U.S. introduces so-called “poison pills” that Canada says it simply can’t accept. The U.S. wants to increase American content in automobiles, get rid of Canada’s supply-management system in agriculture, introduce a five-year sunset clause to force regular renegotiations, do away with a dispute-settlement mechanism and reduce Mexican and Canadian access to bidding on U.S. procurement projects. The three countries do eventually reach a new deal on autos, while the U.S. backs away from the other demands.March 14, 2018: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau says Canada won’t be “bowled over” at the NAFTA talks by Trump. Trudeau makes the remarks while visiting steelworkers in Sault Ste. Marie, Ont. “We’re standing up for ourselves. But we know there’s a win-win-win we can get to,” Trudeau says. “We’re pushing back on some things that we think might not be the right suggestions, which is what people would expect from Canada.”May 31: Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross declares that the Trump administration is making good on its threat to slap hefty tariffs on Canadian metals exports — 25 per cent on steel and 10 per cent on aluminum — on the grounds that foreign steel dependency poses a threat to American national security. However, Ross signals clearly the tariffs are linked to the trade talks: “As to Canada, Mexico, you will recall that the reason for the deferral (of tariffs) had been pending the outcome of the NAFTA talks,” he said. “Those talks are taking longer than we had hoped.”June 7: Trump hurls a series of personal insults at Trudeau from Air Force One after a G7 summit in Quebec. The president calls Canada’s prime minister “dishonest” and “weak” after Trudeau repeats his objections to the steel and aluminum tariffs. The incident marks a new low in prime ministerial-presidential politics across the 49th parallel at a time when NAFTA negotiations remain deadlocked.July 1: Canada imposes dollar-for-dollar tariff “countermeasures” of its own on up to $16.6 billion worth of imports of steel, aluminum and other products from the U.S. — everything from flat-rolled steel to playing cards and felt-tipped pens. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland calls the U.S. tariffs illegal and counterproductive; Trudeau calls it inconceivable that Canada could be seen as a national-security threat to the U.S.Aug. 27: Mexico and the United States announce their own bilateral trade deal after weeks of negotiations that were supposed to be only about autos. Instead they negotiated a sweeping text covering the full scope of the trading relationship. Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland blows up a trip to Europe and diverts to Washington, starting a month of intense negotiations to bring Canada into the NAFTA fold.Sept. 20: Liberal government insiders indicate that as the NAFTA talks come down to the wire, the so-called Section 232 tariffs — so named for the obscure U.S. trade-law provision under which they were imposed — remain a major sticking point. Some observers suggest negotiating the tariff dispute separately would mean a shorter path to a deal.Sept. 26: Trump strikes again, this time at the UN General Assembly: “Frankly, we’re thinking about just taxing cars coming in from Canada,” he says when asked about the stalled talks. “We’re very unhappy with the negotiations and the negotiating style of Canada,” he continues, adding, “We don’t like their representative very much” — a reference to Freeland.Sept. 30: Staring down a midnight deadline to provide a text of an agreement to Congress, Trump’s and Trudeau’s team work out last-minute details that bring Canada into a renewed continental trade pact. Trudeau leaves the Prime Minister’s Office after a late-night cabinet meeting and says six words: “It’s a good day for Canada.”Oct. 19: Liberal government officials make it clear Canada will not accept any sort of a quota restriction on steel and aluminum exports to the U.S. in exchange for lifting the tariffs. Meanwhile, Mexican officials fuel speculation that the U.S. plans to lift the tariffs once the new agreement is signed during a G20 summit in Argentina.Nov. 30: Trump, Trudeau and outgoing Mexican president Enrique Pena Nieto sign the new U.S.-Mexico-Canada Agreement, or USMCA, at the summit but there is no sign of movement on tariffs.Jan. 30, 2019: Kevin Brady, the ranking member of the House Ways and Means Committee (its senior member from the minority Republicans), sends the first clear signal that the tariffs could be a problem for both Democrats and Republicans when it comes to ratifying the new trade deal. “They’re not really willing to consider this agreement until the steel and aluminum tariffs are ensured to be lifted off, including quotas,” Brady tells a trade conference in Washington.Feb. 21: David MacNaughton, Canada’s ambassador to the U.S., declares publicly that he’s confident the tariffs will be lifted “in the next few weeks” — comments he later acknowledges were aimed at lighting a fire under recalcitrant U.S. negotiators. Later that same week, Transport Minister Marc Garneau tells a gathering of governors in the U.S. capital that Canada would struggle to ratify the agreement with the tariffs still in place. “I got the message loud and clear,” responds Larry Kudlow, Trump’s senior economic adviser.May 17: Prime Minister Justin Trudeau suddenly adds a trip to a Stelco plant in Hamilton, Ont., to his schedule. He confirms reports that an agreement on tariffs has been reached and that the levies will be gone within 48 hours. “This decision reflects what is known to be true by friends on both sides of the border,” Trudeau says. “Canada has been America’s most steadfast ally for more than 100 years, and our long-standing partnership and closely linked economies make us more competitive around the world and improve our combined security.”The Canadian Press
The human rights situation in Afghanistan is marked by a rise in civilian casualties, setbacks for women, mounting attacks on freedom of expression and a culture of impunity when it comes to punishing perpetrators of abuses, the United Nations says in a new report. “Afghans have continued to suffer significant rights deficits that pose serious challenges to the enjoyment of their human rights and to the country’s long-term prospects for peace, stability, democracy, development and the rule of law,” according to the annual report on Afghanistan of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, which is being presented today by Navi Pillay to the Geneva-based Human Rights Council.“Gross human rights violations remain a serious threat to continuing efforts to transformAfghan society,” states the report. “A culture of impunity prevails, and is deeply entrenched; this is manifested in the lack of political will to advance the transitional justice process to address past abuses as well as the absence of accountability for current human rights violations.“Coupled with a weak, corrupt and dysfunctional judicial system, and wide recourse to traditional dispute-resolution mechanisms that do not comply with due process requirements, justice is effectively denied to the vast majority of Afghans,” it adds.The High Commissioner urges the Government and the international community to effectively address the issue of impunity, which not only undermines the legitimacy of Afghan law enforcement and judicial institutions but has also eroded people’s confidence in Government and public institutions. Noting the rise in the number of civilian casualties, the High Commissioner urges anti-government elements and pro-government forces to ensure greater respect for the protection of civilians, including women and children.Turning to the situation of women, the report notes that violence against women such as rape, “honour killings,” early and forced marriage, sexual abuse, and slavery remain widespread.“Violence is tolerated or condoned within the family and community, within traditional and religious leadership circles as well as the formal and informal justice system – in this regard the Afghan Government has failed to adequately protect the rights of women despite constitutional guarantees,” says Ms. Pillay.She also notes that there has been a dramatic increase in threats and intimidation against women in public life or who work outside the home. Women working with government agencies, national and international organisations, journalists, police, and lawyers have all reported death-threat letters and phone calls.The report calls for the protection of women and girls in both the private and public sphere and this must be translated into policies and concrete programmes.The report states that freedom of expression came under significant threat throughout 2008, with threats and intimidation directed against civil society groups and the media, including the killing of journalists. “In the months leading up to the 2009 elections, the media will continue to self-censor or be pressured into broadcasting only those views which are favourable to certain political interests and candidates and citizens will be intimidated through threats and attacks from fully expressing their opinions,” says Ms. Pillay.Another area of concern is the Government’s continued use of the death penalty in 2008, after a de facto moratorium of three years ended in October 2007. The High Commissioner calls on the Government to reconsider this policy in light of weaknesses within the judicial and law enforcement system and in line with growing international opinion. 5 March 2009The human rights situation in Afghanistan is marked by a “disturbing” rise in civilian casualties, setbacks for women, mounting attacks on freedom of expression and a culture of impunity when it comes to punishing perpetrators of abuses, the United Nations says in a new report.
Baloney Meter: Is Harper government really spending more on military? by Murray Brewster, The Canadian Press Posted Sep 11, 2014 5:00 am MDT OTTAWA – “Canada has been increasing the defence spending, as I mentioned in London and elsewhere. It’s up some 27 per cent since we took office. And more importantly, a significant percentage of that expansion of expenditure is investments in equipment and capacities of the Canadian Armed Forces for the future.” — Prime Minister Stephen Harper———Last week, the prime minister defended his government’s record on defence spending in the face of pressure from NATO allies who want to see Canada set aside more money for the military in light of growing unrest in eastern Europe and the Middle East.Is the Conservative government adequately funding the military, as it claims?Spoiler alert: The Canadian Press Baloney Meter is a dispassionate examination of political statements, culminating in a ranking of accuracy on a scale of “no baloney” to “full of baloney” (complete methodology below).This one earns a rating of “some baloney.” Here’s why:THE FACTS:The latest federal budget projects that National Defence has been allocated a budget of $18.2 billion in 2014-15, down from an Afghan wartime high of $21.1 billion in 2009-10.As part of its drive towards an overall balanced budget in 2015-16, the Conservative government instituted three lines of spending cuts and restraint over successive budgets.They included a strategic review of spending, the deficit reduction action plan, known as DRAP, and a measure within the 2010 budget that required each department to absorb the cost of negotiated wage increases with civil servants.The cuts were phased in and amounted to an annual $2.46-billion per year reduction at National Defence.In addition, the military is facing “additional planning pressures” not accounted for in the main lines of spending cuts.These expenses include the cost of severance for laid off civilians at defence; the bill for the government’s pledge to sustain newly trained Afghan forces; and the cost of operating the Public Works secretariat that is picking a replacement for Canada’s aging CF-18 fighters.The latest federal budget also postponed $3.1-billion in capital spending on equipment that had been slated for the years between 2014 and 2017.While the government has promised to “reprofile” the funds to future years, it has not spelled out when the money will be returned to the military’s capital budget.When the Conservative government came to power, National Defence’s budget was $13.4 billion, according to the 2004-05 main estimates. The Liberal government of Paul Martin committed in its last budget to spend an additional $2.6 billion per year.A decade later, defence spending is $4.8-billion higher, a nominal increase of roughly 27 per cent, but when inflation is taken into account, the difference shrinks to seven per cent.Six years ago, the prime minister pledged the military would receive a “stable and predictable” two per cent funding increase, starting in 2011.The escalator, as it’s known, amounts to about $350 million per year and continues to be delivered, but it’s been more than offset by reductions elsewhere in the defence budget.Canada will spend about one per cent of its gross domestic product on the military this year, down from 1.3 per cent in 2009.WHAT THE EXPERTS SAY:The numbers have been repeatedly crunched by Dave Perry, an analyst with the Conference of Defence Associations, and there can be no argument that spending has fallen over the last few years.“It definitely did increase up until 2010, (but) they’ve clearly cut spending,” Perry said.Some important contextual information is missing from the blanket assertion that spending has gone up, he added — notably the eroding influence of inflation.“It’s still an increase, but when you look at the actual purchasing power, the increase is far less significant that the 27 per cent nominal figure would imply,” said Perry, who is also a doctoral candidate in political science at Carleton University.Another factor that doesn’t get mentioned is that over the last decade, even when the government was pumping more money into the military, National Defence has not been able to spend all of its budget allocation.Since 2006, National Defence has been forced to return $9.6 billion to the federal treasury, according to a July 2013 analysis by the parliamentary budget office.The prime minister was very clear in his marching order for cuts in 2012, pointedly telling the department that he wanted reductions focused on back room administration and a bloated headquarters establishment.“The Forces must be restructured to ensure administrative burdens are reduced and resources freed up for the front line,” Harper said on Oct. 29, 2012. “The Canada First Defence Strategy must continue to advance, and as I’ve said before, with the constant search for more teeth and less tail.”So, what impact have the reductions had?All branches of the military tightened their belts and combined headquarters, but the big savings have come in the area of readiness, where there have been fewer flying hours, more simulator time for pilots and an army that’s been parking trucks and conserving training ammunition.University of Ottawa defence expert Phillippe Lagasse said the army has been hit particularly hard. The only exception has been special forces, which have enjoyed consistent funding.As it currently stands, Canada would be unable to mount a sustained deployment of troops to the world’s hotspots because of the cuts, according to multiple internal National Defence documents.“Readiness has been a more immediate and obvious place to make short-term cuts,” Lagasse said.Harper’s bid to cut the back room has largely fallen flat.“This idea that you can magically find a whole bunch of savings in the administrative structure; that’s not true,” said Lagasse. “That’s not instantaneous. It takes time and it takes a real understanding of where you want to trim.”The government has not funded the military to the extent that it promised in its 2008 defence strategy, which envisioned an investment of $490 billion over 20 years, he added.“But we’ve always known that.”THE VERDICTThe experts agree that Harper is correct to say the defence budget has increased substantially, but some important qualifications have been left out of his argument.The Conservatives have cast themselves as defenders of the military and criticism of their record is bound to sting, but both Perry and Lagasse say the numbers are the numbers.For that reason, Harper’s statement earns a rating of “some baloney.”METHODOLOGYThe Baloney Meter is a project of The Canadian Press that examines the level of accuracy in statements made by politicians. Each claim is researched and assigned a rating based on the following scale:No baloney — the statement is completely accurateA little baloney — the statement is mostly accurate but more information is requiredSome baloney — the statement is partly accurate but important details are missingA lot of baloney — the statement is mostly inaccurate but contains elements of truthFull of baloney — the statement is completely inaccurate———SOURCESNational Defence 2014-15 Report on Plans and Priorities:http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/about-reports-pubs-report-plan-priorities/2014-reports-plans-priorities.page#sec1_4National Defence 2004-05 Report on Plans and Priorities:http://publications.gc.ca/collections/collection_2012/sct-tbs/BT31-4-50-2005-eng.pdfFederal Budget 2010:http://www.budget.gc.ca/2010/plan/chap4a-eng.htmlCanada First Defence Strategy:http://www.forces.gc.ca/en/about/canada-first-defence-strategy.pageConference of Defence Associations 2014 Vimy Paper on Spending:http://www.cdainstitute.ca/images/PerryBudgetJune2014.pdfConference of Defence Associations 2014 Vimy Paper on Defence Renewal:http://www.cdainstitute.ca/images/DaviesMay2014.pdfConference of Defence Associations 2013 Budget Paper:http://www.cdainstitute.ca/images/Defence_Austerity_Budget_2013.pdfCanadian Centre for Policy Alternatives 2011 Defence Spending Study:https://www.policyalternatives.ca/publications/reports/canadian-military-spending-2010-11World Bank Defence Spending by Country Data:http://data.worldbank.org/indicator/MS.MIL.XPND.GD.ZSUniversity of Ottawa Centre for International Policy Studies, May 2014 Report on Canadian Defence Spending:Sidebar Shop AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
WASHINGTON – A U.N. panel on Monday proposed long-sought greenhouse gas emissions standards for airliners and cargo planes, drawing praise from the White House and criticism from environmentalists who said they would be too weak to actually slow global warming.The International Civil Aviation Organization said the agreement reached by the agency’s environmental panel requires that new aircraft designs meet the standards beginning in 2020, and that designs already in production comply by 2023. There is also a cutoff date of 2028 for the manufacture of planes that don’t comply with the standards. The standard must still be adopted by the agency’s 36-nation governing council, but substantive changes aren’t expected.The standards would be the first ever to impose binding energy efficiency and carbon dioxide reduction targets for the aviation sector. When fully implemented, the standards are expected to reduce carbon emissions by more than 650 million tons between 2020 and 2040, equivalent to removing over 140 million cars from the road for a year, according to the White House.The standards would require an average 4 per cent reduction in fuel consumption during the cruise phase of flight starting in 2028 when compared with planes delivered in 2015. However, planes burn the most fuel during takeoffs and landings, while cruising at high altitudes is already the most fuel-efficient period.The agreement is the first of two important opportunities this year to reduce carbon emissions from aviation. The second opportunity will come later this year when ICAO tries to reach an agreement on a “market-based approach” that would use economic incentives to further reduce aviation carbon emissions.“Today’s agreement is an important signal that the international community is well-positioned to rise to the challenge of implementing a global market-based approach to reduce aviation emissions,” the White House said in a statement.The standards announced Monday don’t set the bar high enough, said Dan Rutherford, aviation direction of the International Council on Clean Transportation, since they require reductions of only about a third of what is expected to be technically possible with the more fuel-efficient planes that will be in production when the standard takes effect.The newest Boeing and Airbus designs already meet the proposed efficiency standards, due to demands for fuel savings from the airlines, environmentalists said. In the meantime, the manufacturers get to continue selling older, less efficient designs for years to come. Airliners in use now are exempt from the new standards altogether, meaning even dirtier planes can continue to fly.Boeing called the agreement “real progress” beyond industry steps already taken to reduce aviation emissions.ICAO council president Olumuyiwa Benard Aliu said the agency’s goal “is ultimately to ensure that when the next generation of aircraft types enters service, there will be guaranteed reductions in international carbon emissions.”Environmentalists also complained that ICAO has been working on international standards for 18 years and is now proposing to give aircraft manufacturers another dozen years to comply.“These dangerously weak recommendations put the Obama administration under enormous pressure” to take greater action, said Vera Pardee, a Center for Biological Diversity attorney who has sued the U.S. government over aviation emissions.Last June, the Obama administration proposed regulating aircraft emissions, saying they are a threat to human health because they contain pollutants that help cause global warming. But a final U.S. decision on adoption of international standards is likely to be left to the next presidential administration. EPA officials said at the time that the earliest the agency is likely to propose adoption of ICAO standards would be in 2017.Boeing is the United States’ largest exporter as measured in dollar value. The company vies with Airbus for the title of world’s largest aircraft maker.Aviation accounts for about 5 per cent of global greenhouse emissions, according to environmentalists. ICAO says it’s actually less than 2 per cent.But that share is expected to grow as aviation grows. “We also recognize that the projected doubling of global passengers and flights by 2030 must be managed responsibly and sustainably,” said Aliu.The action comes two months after U.N. climate negotiators in Paris left the aviation industry out of their landmark global agreement to combat global warming.The proposed standard covers the full range of sizes and types of aircraft used in international aviation today, but reserves the strictest standards for planes weighing over 60 tons, ICAO said. The larger planes are responsible for about 90 per cent of international aviation emissions. UN agency proposes greenhouse gas emissions rules for planes In this photo taken March 24, 2015, an Alaska Airlines jet takes off at Seattle-Tacoma International Airport in SeaTac, Wash. A U.N. panel on Feb. 8, 2016, proposed long-sought greenhouse gas emissions standards for airliners and cargo planes beginning in 2020 for new aircraft designs and three years later for designs already in production. The International Civil Aviation Organization said the agreement reached by 170 international experts sets a cutoff date of 2028 for the manufacture of planes that don’t comply with the standards. (AP Photo/Elaine Thompson, File) by Joan Lowy And Michael Biesecker, The Associated Press Posted Feb 8, 2016 8:06 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 8, 2016 at 8:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Photo: UNODC “The charges brought against them appear to be directly linked to their work in the defence of human rights, while exercising their rights to freedom of expression and freedom of association,” said the UN Special Rapporteur on the rights to freedom of peaceful assembly and of association, Maina Kiai, in a news release issued by the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR).“This sentence is likely to have a chilling effect among activists and human rights defenders in Sudan,” he added.The six individuals were either working with or affiliated to a prominent Khartoum-based human rights organisation, Training and Human Development (TRACKS). They were detained about three months ago, but are yet to face trail, the human rights offices noted. The six have been charged by the country’s State Security Prosecution Office with criminal conspiracy, undermining the constitutional system, waging war against the State, espionage, and terrorism – charges which all carry the death penalty.“The death penalty is an extreme form of punishment. lf used at all, it should only be imposed after a fair trial that respects the most stringent due process guarantees as stipulated in international human rights law,” the UN Special Rapporteur on extrajudicial, summary or arbitrary executions, Agnes Callamard, said in the news release. “I am seriously concerned that any trial of these six people would not uphold such principles.” According to OHCHR, the activists faced constant targeting by agents from the Sudan’s Intelligence and Security Service over the past two years. Their offices have been raided twice, and their documents, equipment and passports confiscated. They were also allegedly detained and tortured several times at the intelligence services office, where they were questioned about TRACKS’ activities.In the news release, the experts also voiced their concern at the increasing harassment and intimidation of key civil society members in the country and curbs to freedom of expression and association, which are also guaranteed under the country’s constitution.“There is an urgent need for the Government of the Sudan to allow them to carry out their activities in an open, safe and secure environment,” the Independent Expert on the situation of human rights in the Sudan, Aristide Nononsi, said. Mr. Nononsi had previously expressed concern regarding the case against the TRACKS members to the Sudanese authorities. He last visited the country in April 2016.The news release added that the experts’ appeal to the Sudanese Government has been endorsed by the Special Rapporteur on freedom of opinion and expression, David Kaye, and the Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders, Michel Forst.The activists facing the charges are the Director of TRACKS, Khalafalla Mukhtar; TRACKS employees Arwa Elrabie, Midhat Hamadan and Alhassan Kheiri; and Mustafa Adam and Raye Imany Leyla, who are both affiliated to the organisation.Special Rapporteurs and independent experts are appointed by the Geneva-based Council to examine and report back on a specific human rights theme or a country situation. The positions are honorary and the experts are not UN staff, nor are they paid for their work.
And Susan, a grandmother from Folkestone, added: “I think he’s done a nice job on it. It’s a place for him and his dog to sleep – it’s better than them being in the doorway of a shop.” 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. The “house” is right on the seafrontCredit:JIM BENNETT Passers by said the hut has only been put up in the past week. There was no sign of the man yesterday (Fri).A Folkestone and Hythe District Council spokeswoman said: “We are aware of the illegal structure on Marine Walk and our officers have issued notice for the man who is residing there to vacate and remove his belongings next week. The structure will then be dismantled.”We are working closely with Porchlight and the Rainbow Centre who have made contact with the man to help him access the relevant help and support.” A homeless man who built a beachfront ‘house’ has been told to knock it down by a council who said he is trespassing.The makeshift home, on Folkestone’s Marine Walk, includes a front door, window and a tarpaulin roof erected between two concrete walls.It even has a garden with potted plants and hanging baskets next to it. But now the structure faces being torn down after Folkestone and Hythe District Council pinned an eviction notice to the front door, warning that the structure was illegal.Part of the eviction notice states: “To the unauthorised occupant. Folkestone & Hythe District Council has become aware that you are using this structure to either sleep in and/or to store belongings.”This is private property of the council and therefore you are trespassing.”Local residents in Kent hit back at a council decision to demolish a homeless man’s seafront shack.Shelly Stockbridge said: “Local residents need to make a stand, protest in front of it so they CAN’T demolish it. The council should be ashamed of themselves.”Janet Andrews added: “It’s a work of art, let it stay.”
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At least 7 people were killed and 15 others injured in separate road accidents in Comilla, Naogaon, Natore and Rajshahi districts, reports UNB.In Comilla, two people were killed as a Dhaka-bound furniture-laden truck plunged into a ditch by Dhaka-Chittagong highway at Kutumbapur in Chandina upazila on Sunday evening as its driver lost control over the steering.The identities of the deceased could not be known immediately.Iliotganj highway police camp in-charge Jibon Hazari said the accident left the two people dead on the spot.Police recovered the bodies and sent those to hospital for autopsies, he said.A Naogaon-bound bus of ‘Tisha Paribahan’ plunged into a roadside ditch around 8:30am at Panchamitala on Naogaon-Rajshahi highway in Manda upazila of Naogaon, killing two people, including a bank employee, dead and 10 others injured.Police and firefighters appeared on the spot, rescued the injured and sent them to hospital, said officer-in-charge of Manda police station M Anisur Rahman.The bodies of the deceased-Abdur Rahim, 45, hailing from Chapainawabganj district and an employee of Pubali Bank Limited, and bus helper Ismail Hossain, 48 — were sent to morgue for autopsies.In Natore, a child was killed and five of her family members were injured in a road accident at Gazirbeel in Sadar upazila in the morning.The deceased is Esha, daughter of Ataur Rahman.Highway police sources said Ataur Rahman, an assistant director of the Bogra office of the Department of Environment along with his wife and two daughters was going to Jhenidah from Bogra in a private car.When they reached Gazirbeel, a truck coming from the opposite direction knocked down the private car, leaving its six riders injured.The injured were first taken to Natore Sadar Hospital and later to Rajshahi Medical College Hospital where Esha succumbed to her injuries.In Rajshahi, two teenage boys were killed in a motorcycle accident on Durgaspur-Katakhali road in Durgapur upazila on Saturday night.The deceased are Kawser Hossian, 17, son of Hossian Ali, and Mukter Hossian, 17, son of Helal Ali of Saybarh village in the upazila.Quoting locals, sub-inspector Mohidul Islam of Durgapur police station said the duo, riding a motorbike, was heading towards Durgapur from Katakhali area.When the bike reached Gourihar area, it hit a roadside tree around 7:30pm, leaving one dead on the spot and another injured, he added.Initially, the injured was taken to Upazila Health Complex and later, he died on the way to Rajshahi Medical College Hospital.
Scott Olson/Getty ImagesFormer HUD Secretary Julian Castro has qualified for the September Democratic primary debate in Houston.Former Housing and Urban Development Secretary Julián Castro is now the tenth Democrat to qualify for next month’s Democratic primary debate.Castro, a former mayor of San Antonio, Texas, who later became a part of President Obama’s cabinet, met the final benchmark on Tuesday after a CNN poll showed him at 2%, giving him the requisite four surveys where he hit that threshold. He had previously already attained the required 130,000 unique donors from 20 states.He will join former Vice President Joe Biden, New Jersey Sen. Cory Booker, South Bend, Ind., Mayor Pete Buttigieg, California Sen. Kamala Harris, Minnesota Sen. Amy Klobuchar, former Texas Rep. Beto O’Rourke, Vermont Sen. Bernie Sanders, Massachusetts Sen. Elizabeth Warren and entrepreneur Andrew Yang in the debate in Houston, which will be moderated by ABC News and Univision.If one more candidate qualifies, the debate would have to stretch to two nights under DNC guidelines. It’s scheduled for Sept. 12-13.Billionaire businessman and activist Tom Steyer has reached the donor threshold and is now only one poll away from qualifying. Hawaii Rep. Tulsi Gabbard has also qualified through fundraising, and she also registered 2% in the CNN poll released Tuesday, but she still needs two additional polls to make the cut. Candidates have until Aug. 28 to qualify.This week, author and spiritual leader Marianne Williamson and Washington Gov. Jay Inslee both announced they crossed 130,000 donors, but neither has yet registered 2% in any poll during the qualifying period.Castro is the only Latino candidate in the race and has made immigration a major issue, including his push to decriminalize illegal border crossings, which he heavily pushed in the first debate to have a major breakout moment — and a skirmish with fellow Texan O’Rourke. He told the NPR Politics Podcast that in order to curtail border crossings, he advocates boosting federal assistance to countries such as Guatemala, El Salvador and Honduras.“I think that we’re always going to have people coming from Central America and other parts of the world,” he said. “Do we need 140,000 people in one month coming from those countries? That’s an indication that something is wrong in those countries, and I want to help heal that.”Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit https://www.npr.org. Share
Source = The Murray Regional Tourism Board (MRTB) The Murray Regional Tourism Board (MRTB) congratulates Gol Gol Hotel for winning top Tourist Pub and the Deni Ute Muster for winning top Festival and Event at the 2012 CountryLink Inland NSW Tourism Awards. New South Wales’ best inland regional tourism operators and attractions were announced on Saturday, 28 July at the awards ceremony in Mudgee.MRTB CEO Mark Francis is thrilled that operators from the Murray are being recognised state-wide for their high standard of professionalism and innovation.“The Gol Gol Hotel and Deni Ute Muster are a testament to the high quality tourism experiences on offer right across the Murray region and MRTB is proud to see them recognised as the best of the best.”Of the 42 Murray region finalists selected, four work in partnership with the Murray Regional Tourism Board: Gol Gol Hotel – Tourist Pubs Winner Deni Ute Muster – Festivals and Events Winner WillowBend Caravan Park – Tourist and Caravan Parks Finalist Deniliquin Visitor Information Service – Visitor Information Services Finalist “MRTB is proud to be working with industry leading operators and aims to continue generating investment in tourism products and infrastructure”“Over the next five years, MRTB will lead the way to ensure the growth and development of the tourism industry in the Murray region,” Mr Francis said.The MRTB works in partnership with Destination New South Wales, Tourism Victoria and 14 local government areas with an aim to enable more effective development of tourism within the Murray region.
Ground broken and on track for October openingNew Auberge Beach Villas to open in OctoberAdding a new level of sophisticated luxury and further cementing Nanuku Auberge Resort’s position and its overall product delivery in place at the very top of the Fiji resort listings, 13 new luxury one and two-bedroom ‘Auberge Beach Villas’ are bang on schedule for their official opening in October this year.One of the biggest resort developments to take place in Fiji in recent times, work is well underway on the beachfront site project following a traditional ground-breaking ceremony conducted by local chiefs, village elders and other local dignitaries.When complete and ready for guests, each of the Auberge Beach Villas will come complete with state of the art kitchens, private swimming pools and private open terraces offering the very best in both indoor and outdoor living fronted by a pristine, three kilometre-long white-sand beach and the resort’s own pristine house reef.An added benefit for guests staying in an Auberge Beach Villa is the opportunity to combine an intimate and very private villa style holiday in their own environment or, as desired, take full advantage of the fact they also have access to a full resort offering an award-winning restaurant and bar, a spa and wellness centre and a myriad choice of both on and off resort activities.A very proud Nanuku Auberge Resort GM, Sascha Hemmann said the ground-breaking event represented a watershed moment for Fiji’s tourism industry.“There can be no doubt we raised the bar considerably when we first opened our doors under a ‘Nanuku Resort & Spa’ branding in early 2014,” Mr Hemmann said.“The changes that have taken place since then, including a major rebranding as part of the internationally-acclaimed and highly respected Auberge Resorts Collection, have truly positioned us in place as one of the most desirable resorts to be found in Fiji and further afield in the South Pacific.“When complete and ready for guests, we are beyond confident that our new Auberge Beach Villas will take that reputation even higher, in the process taking both our standing as a true luxury resort offering a definitive outer island experience to levels previously unseen in this part of the world.”Photo shows artist’s impression of how the new Auberge Beach Villas will look once complete.
PONANT takes delivery of Le LapérousePONANT, the global leader in luxury expeditions and the only French cruise line, is pleased to announce the arrival of its new vessel, Le Lapérouse, the first of the six EXPLORERS-class ships.On 15 June, as per the agreed construction schedule, PONANT successfully took delivery of Le Lapérouse, the brand-new vessel and the first of the six exceptional PONANT EXPLORERS series. Construction of the other five ships is currently under way. Le Lapérouse left the shipyard in Ålesund, Norway, on 16 June. The ship will reach Reykjavik in Iceland on 19 June for the start of her maiden cruise. The inauguration will take place on 10 July in Reykjavik.“Le Lapérouse is a wonderful achievement for the company and the result of intensive teamwork with Vard and Fincantieri. From remarkable nautical performances to technical excellence and offering an extraordinary level of comfort, everything is in place for the PONANT EXPLORERS series to be a huge success,” says Jean Emmanuel Sauvée, CEO and Co-Founder of PONANT.Of a smaller capacity with just 92 staterooms and suites all with a balcony or private terrace, the ship boasts an elegant design, a long sleek line, state-of-the-art technology and major innovations. Also designed to respect the environment, Le Lapérouse is the true symbol of a new generation of ships flying the French flag.The six PONANT EXPLORERS will feature a world first: the “Blue Eye”. The innovative multi-sensorial underwater lounge will allow passengers to discover and experience the underwater world via two portholes in the form of a cetaceous eye, looking out on to the sea bed, non-intrusive underwater lighting, and hydrophones integrated into the keel that retransmit the natural symphony of the deep water, as well as Body Listening sofas, offering a unique sensorial listening experience by corporal resonance.ABOUT PONANTEstablished in 1988 by Jean Emmanuel Sauvée and a dozen officers from the French Merchant Navy, PONANT is the world leader in luxury expeditions and the only French-owned cruise line. Today, PONANT is leading the way with a new style of luxury cruising through a unique conception of sea travel which combines exceptional itineraries and luxury hotel services, aboard luxurious smaller-scale ships.Source = PONANT
By George PsyllidesTHE SUPREME Court decision concerning four foreclosures-related bills referred by the president will be issued at the end of the month, it was announced on Monday.The four bills were passed by opposition parties in September to limit the scope of the foreclosures law.President Nicos Anastasiades said the bills were in conflict with the constitution and referred them to the Supreme Court for a ruling. The court will announce its decision on October 31, at 12pm.The contentious bills, tabled and voted for by opposition parties supposedly as a “safety net” to vulnerable groups against the risk of foreclosure, prompted international lenders to withhold the next tranche of bailout cash, which was due in September.Enactment of effective foreclosures legislation was a condition for the release of the tranche.Cyprus was meant to receive some €485 million – it has so far received €5.1 billion with €4.9 billion to go.The law is considered important in the effort to tackle rising non performing loans.From the four bills sent to the Supreme Court, the first allows distressed borrowers with non-performing housing loans of up to €350,000 to apply for court-ordered protection against foreclosure, while the second stipulates that foreclosing properties would relieve small borrowers of any further obligation, even if the property’s auctioned value does not cover the outstanding loan.The third relieves guarantors of any obligations after the property is sold, and the fourth links the foreclosures bill with the insolvency framework.The state argued that parliament had violated the separation of powers and by doing so it had disrupted the banking sector’s course to stability.One of the bills passed by the opposition suspends the enforcement of the main foreclosures bill until the insolvency framework comes to force.Attorney-general Costas Clerides said “the exercise of government policy was remained in limbo and a prisoner of the legislature.”Parliament basically linked implementation of the main law with the approval – by parliament – of a series of laws of unknown content, Clerides said.The attorney-general argued that the bill suspended compliance with the government’s international obligations. Clerides was referring to the memorandum of understanding agreed with international lenders and ratified by parliament.Deputy attorney-general Rikkos Erotocritou told the court that the executive was essentially being blackmailed under the pretext that parliament legislates on all matters.He acknowledged that this was the case, provided the principle of separation of powers was respected.At stake, Erotocritou said, was the stability of the economy. The deputy attorney-general said a potential shortfall in the banks’ capital would probably be covered by fresh borrowing by the state, resulting in the disruption of the fiscal balance.“What in this hall we call public interest,” he said.Representing parliament, lawyer Christos Clerides suggested that the memorandum was not an international agreement but an understanding, as its name implied.He argued that the bill did not impose any obligation on the executive and that parliament was not just an ornament.Clerides said the government sets policy on one condition, they are approved by parliament.The alternative would be to “dissolve parliament. The House of Representatives is not a decoration,” Clerides said.He added that it had every right to suspend enforcement of a law it had passed, arguing that it had been done many times before.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue BookYou Won’t Believe How Affordable These Ford Car Models AreKelley Blue BookUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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