5 killed in Zimbabwe fuel hike protests activists say

first_imgHARARE, Zimbabwe — A human rights group in Zimbabwe says five people were killed in clashes between demonstrators protesting fuel hikes and security forces who opened fire on some crowds.The Zimbabwe Association of Doctors for Human Rights on Tuesday reported the death toll as many businesses in the capital, Harare, and other cities were closed following Monday’s violence. This is Zimbabwe’s biggest unrest since deadly post-election violence in August.Another human rights group says 26 people suffered gunshot wounds and that some were afraid to go to hospitals for fear of arrest.State security minister Owen Ncube says lives were lost, police officers were injured and property was damaged. He says more than 200 people were arrested and blames the main opposition MDC party and some civil society groups for the violence.The Associated Presslast_img

King Mohammed VI Inaugurates CommunityBased Sports Field in Casablanca

Casablanca – King Mohammed VI inaugurated, on Thursday in Al Hanaa neighborhood in the Ain Sebâa-Hay Mohammadi districts prefecture (Casablanca), a community-based sports field carried out under the National Initiative for Human Development (INDH).The project, which consisted of developing a football field by providing synthetic grass, is part of a global program involving the development of 23 community-based sports fields in the different neighbourhoods of the districts of Roches Noires, Ain Sebâa and Hay Mohammadi for an amount of 27.4 million dirhams.The ambitious program also lays provisions for building community-based sports fields in the neighbourhoods of Dakhla (4 fields), Belle vue (3), Espace Jaouhara (2), Espace El Khalil (2), Foum El Hasn (2), Roches Noires (2), El Fouarrate (1), El Machrouaa (1), Al Amane II (1), Achabab (1), Dar Lamane (1), Ibn Al Banae Al Mourakouchi (1), El Manzeh (1) and Fal Al Hanaa (1). The said INDH projects, with a strong social value added, are an addition to the multiple actions undertaken by King Mohammed VI to ensure an integrated, balanced and inclusive development in the city. read more

Vancouverarea home sales up 378 per cent from year ago board says

VANCOUVER – Home sales in Vancouver were up nearly 40 per cent in October compared with a year ago, when sales dropped following changes to the mortgage lending rules, the Real Estate Board of Greater Vancouver said Monday.The board says 2,661 homes were sold last month through the Multiple Listing Service, compared with 1,931 a year ago.Compared with September, sales were up 7.2 per cent.“We continue to see fairly typical activity when it comes to monthly home sale and listing totals,” said Sandra Wyant, president of the Greater Vancouver board.“Today’s activity is helping to keep us in balanced market territory, which means that prices tend to experience minimal fluctuation.”Sales were 2.8 per cent over the 10-year average for the month.Despite the sharp gain in sales, the total number of homes listed for sale on the MLS system was 15,257, down 12.2 per cent compared with a year ago, while the sales-to-active-listings ratio was 17.4 per cent for the region.The MLS home price index composite benchmark price was $600,700 for Greater Vancouver, down 0.5 per cent compared with a year ago.Sales of detached homes were up 35.1 per cent at 1,067 last month compared with 790 a year ago, while the benchmark price for detached properties decreased 0.5 per cent to $922,600.The board said sales of apartment properties amounted to 1,098, up 36.7 per cent from 803 apartment sales a year ago, while attached property totalled 496, up 46.7 per cent from 338.The benchmark price apartment price was down 0.9 per cent from last year at $365,600, while the benchmark price of an attached property was unchanged at $458,000. by The Canadian Press Posted Nov 4, 2013 11:34 am MDT Vancouver-area home sales up 37.8 per cent from year ago, board says AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

Rapist attacked new victim on his wedding day after being freed early

first_img“I have no idea what the Parole Board were doing. I hope there will be a full inquiry. They have allowed a woman to be the victim of an horrific crime.”Appearing at Snaresbrook Crown Court yesterday, McCann admitted subjecting a 24-year-old woman to a two-hour assault in Victoria Park, in Hackney, east London, as she was “within sight” of her front door.The court heard that he had played “mind games” with the woman, taunting her by asking what she thought he would do next, before taking photographs of her after the attack, in the early hours of January 13.Hours later, he tied the knot with his girlfriend, prosecutors said.Honorary Recorder Martyn Zeidman told the rapist he had carried out a “terrible” crime and faced a “very, very long time” in prison.Kate Bex, prosecuting, told the court the defendant was “recently released” from jail. Judge Zeidman QC told McCann: "You have done the most terrible things" Derry McCann admitted rape at Snaresbrook Crown CourtCredit: PA Archive/PA Images You have done the most terrible things and you will be going to prison, as you understand, for a very, very long timeRecorder Martyn Zeidman 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. A convicted rapist who subjected a woman to a “terrifying, violent and prolonged” sex attack had been freed from prison despite a judge warning that there was a “very substantial risk” he would attack again.Derry McCann, 28, yesterday pleaded guilty to raping a woman in a “sustained and systematic” attack in an east London park, hours before he was due to marry his pregnant partner.MPs called for a public inquiry after it emerged that a judge had warned that McCann was almost certain to attack again, when he was given a life sentence for raping a woman in near-identical circumstances a decade ago. Ms Bex said: “It was about midnight, just a little after, and the victim was walking a short distance home having been out to an art gallery, socialising with friends”She was almost within sight of her own front door when she skirted round the side of the park on her usual route home.”She avoided walking through the middle of it because that was too dangerous, she walked around the side, but unfortunately when near the exit of the park the defendant grabbed her arm and pulled her to one side.”center_img In December 2006, Judge Lindsay Burn sentenced McCann to a minimum of nine years behind bars, after he raped a trainee lawyer in an east London park, in what the judge said involved a “clinical enactment of a catalogue of sexual desires” amounting to “torture”.The judge was so concerned that he ordered a transcript of his sentencing remarks to be sent to the governor of the prison.Passing sentence, Judge Burn said: “In my judgement there’s a very substantial risk that you will commit further serious offences in the future and your conduct will cause serious harm to your victim or victims.”A spokesman for the Parole Board said McCann had been released in 2015, but that his case would now be put in front of a review committee, “to identify any lessons that need to be learned for the future”.Philip Davies, a Conservative MP, called for a public inquiry into why McCann had been released. He said: “It’s absolutely disgusting. It’s extremely worrying to hear that somebody who commits an offence such as this, who the judge says is dangerous, is allowed back onto the streets. Police said the panicked woman tried to reason with her attacker – but was punched in the face and threatened with further violence.”He began a sustained and systematic attack, penetration of each orifice accompanied by unusual conversation with the victim, best described as mind games in an attempt to control her,” Ms Bex said.McCann was arrested by police on January 18 and charged the following day.The recorder told him: “You have done the most terrible things and you will be going to prison, as you understand, for a very, very long time.”McCann will be sentenced at Snaresbrook Crown Court on April 28. Judge Zeidman QC told McCann: “You have done the most terrible things”Credit:UPPA/Photoshot Derry McCann admitted rape at Snaresbrook Crown Courtlast_img read more

Global Witness advises DRC companies on due diligence regarding conflict minerals

first_imgRebels, militias and army units have hijacked the trade in mineral ores from eastern Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), while subjecting the civilian population to massacres, rape, extortion, forced labour and forced recruitment of child soldiers. Congo’s `conflict minerals’ are laundered into the global supply chain by export houses, before being transformed into refined metals by large international smelting firms. The metals are then used in a wide range of products, including consumer electronic goods such as mobile phones and computers. Some of the world’s most famous brands are now coming under scrutiny to address their role in this devastating trade.Nobody forces companies to purchase minerals or metals mined in war zones. It is their choice. Those that source minerals or metals originating from eastern DRC need to show the public that they have procedures in place to prevent direct or indirect involvement with serious human rights abuses and other crimes. This is what is called `due diligence’.Despite the mounting pressure on companies that use minerals and metals to carry out due diligence, few are actually doing this. Some companies claim that it is too complicated or too difficult for them to do. Due diligence is a process that all reputable companies understand and employ on a regular basis to address risks ranging from corruption to environmental damage.This paper argues that the due diligence that companies using minerals or metals originating from eastern DRC needs to undertake consists of:• A conflict minerals policy• Supply chain risk assessments, including on the ground checks on suppliers• Remedial action to deal with any problems identified• Independent third party audits of their due diligence measures• Public reportingThe report outlines each of these elements and makes suggestions on how companies can put them into practice. By putting these measures in place, companies can help to create a mining sector in eastern DRC that brings real benefit to the people who live there. A due diligence-based approach to sourcing minerals and metals is not about imposing blanket bans on trade; it is about ensuring that business does not perpetuate armed violence, serious human rights abuses and other crimes.At the same time, a key message to companies that runs through this paper is that if they choose to use minerals or metals originating from eastern DRC they have a responsibility to demonstrate – by doing due diligence – that their activities are not causing harm. If they cannot do this, they must seek their supplies elsewhere.last_img

Raul Castro raises possibility of retiring as Cuban president

first_imgCUBAN PRESIDENT Raul Castro has unexpectedly raised the possibility of leaving his post, commenting today that he is old and has a right to retire – but did not say when he might do so or if such a move was imminent.The Cuban leader is scheduled to be named by parliament to a new five-year term this coming Sunday, and Castro urged reporters to listen to his speech that day.“I am going to resign,” Castro said at a joint appearance with visiting Russian Prime Minister Dmitry Medvedev.“I am going to be 82 years old,” Castro added, a broad smile on his face. “I have the right to retire, don’t you think?”When reporters continued to shout questions about his plans for the next five years, Castro replied: “Why are you so incredulous?”He said to listen carefully on Sunday. “It will be an interesting speech,” he said. “Pay attention.”Castro’s tone was light and his comments came in informal remarks at a mausoleum dedicated to soldiers from the former Soviet Union who have died around the world.The Cuban leader has spoken before of his desire to implement a two-term limit for all Cuban government positions, including the presidency. He has also alluded to the limited time he has left to overhaul the island’s weak Marxist economy.That has led many to speculate that this upcoming term would be his last, though term limits have never been codified into Cuban law.‘Who would they put in?’Most Havana residents had not heard about Castro’s comments, which had not been reported on Cuban television although footage from his appearance with Medvedev was shown. Many reacted with scepticism.“Who would they put in?” asked Marta Alvarez, a 45-year-old housewife walking through Old Havana. “But I don’t think it would be now. It would happen in five years.”Castro will be 86 when his next term ends in 2018. Up until now, all eyes had been on who would emerge as Castro’s first and second vice presidents during Sunday’s proceedings. The positions are currently occupied by two loyal octogenarians who fought in the 1959 revolution.Putting someone younger in one of those roles would be the first sign that Castro was settling on a potential next-generation successor, something he and his brother Fidel have never done, even as many comrades have succumbed to old age.As far back as December 2010, Castro began to reflect on his responsibility, and that of his ageing generation, to right Cuba’s economy, noting that the actuarial tables leave them few remaining years.“The time we have left is short, the task is enormous,” he told lawmakers in his year-end speech that year. “I think we have an obligation … to set [Cuba] on the right course.”When Raul Castro does leave the political stage, it would end more than a half century of unbroken rule by the two brothers, who came to power in 1959 at the head of a revolution against US-backed strongman Fulgencio Batista.last_img read more

Firefighters called to remove highlyhazardous material from housing estate

first_img Source: Dublin Fire Brigade/Twitter Fire units dealing with the material earlier this afternoon. By Cormac Fitzgerald Monday 31 Oct 2016, 2:36 PM A RESIDENTIAL AREA had to be closed off in Dublin today while fire services removed a hazardous substance.Dublin Fire Brigade units were called to Oatfield Drive housing estate in Clondalkin at about 11.30 this morning, close to the Finches pub.They discovered a 25 litre drum of the hazardous material dichlorobenzene at the side of the road.The chemical is very hazardous, and can cause serious damage if it comes into contact with eyes, skin, or is ingested or inhaled in any way.It also poses an environmental risk.A spokesperson for the DFB confirmed that a full hazardous disposal operation had to be carried out in full hazmat suits.Four fire appliances, three specialist units and two officers carried out the operation.The drum is believed to have been moved by people searching for wooden pallets for Halloween bonfires.People are thought to have removed the drum with wooden pallets before abandoning it on the side of the road.The area was made safe by emergency services by about 1.30pm, with the whole affair lasting two hours.BonfireThe operation is just the latest in a string of Halloween-related incidents that emergency services have had to deal with over the past 24 hours.Earlier, DFB officers had to deal with a bonfire in Balbriggan, their first of the day. Fire units dealing with the material earlier this afternoon. Image: DFB via Twitter Last night, an out of control bonfire caused two lanes of the M50 close to the Red Cow Roundabout to be closed, as firefighters battled to extinguish the blaze.Read: “Everybody wants good weather tonight – I’m praying for rain” Share21 Tweet Email3 20,823 Views Short URL 1st bonfire of the day for our #Balbriggan fire engine D231 in #Fingal. Check with your local council for organised events #dubsafehalloween pic.twitter.com/pC5vZiXCqq— Dublin Fire Brigade (@DubFireBrigade) October 31, 2016 Image: DFB via Twitter https://jrnl.ie/3055672 29 Comments Oct 31st 2016, 2:36 PM Firefighters called to remove highly-hazardous material from housing estate The area was made safe by emergency services this afternoon. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlelast_img read more

The 5 at 5 Wednesday

first_imgThe 5 at 5: Wednesday Five minutes, five stories, five o’clock… Wednesday 14 Feb 2018, 4:45 PM Image: Antonina Vlasova via Shutterstock Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article 8,681 Views EVERY WEEKDAY EVENING, TheJournal.ie brings you the five biggest stories of the day.1. #RAPE TRIAL: A taxi driver who took a young woman home from an afterparty at the home of rugby international Paddy Jackson told a court today that she was “crying and sobbing throughout the journey”.2. #SHOOTING: The man who was murdered in Belfast yesterday evening was shot dead in his living room in front of his partner and child.3. #BOJO: UK foreign secretary Boris Johnson has called for Britain to completely throw off EU rules and to view Brexit as an opportunity.4. #1916: The Court of Appeal has overturned a High Court ruling which had declared some buildings on Dublin’s Moore Street to be part of a battlefield site compromising a national monument.5. #TORY ISLAND: A protest has taken place at Leinster House against a ‘new’ ferry, built in 1976, that’s been chosen to service Tory Island located north of the Donegal coast. No Comments Share1 Tweet Email Image: Antonina Vlasova via Shutterstock Short URL Feb 14th 2018, 4:46 PM http://jrnl.ie/3852030 By Hayley Halpinlast_img read more

Un service de musique sur Facebook avec Spotify

first_imgUn service de musique sur Facebook avec SpotifyLe réseau social va bientôt intégrer un service musical dans tous les pays où Spotify est disponible.Après Amazon, Google et prochainement Apple, Facebook va lancer à son tour un service d’écoute de musique, explique le magazine Forbes. Ce service serait le fruit d’une collaboration avec Spotify et pourrait s’appeler “Facebook Music” ou “Spotify sur Facebook”. D’ici à deux semaines, les utilisateurs de Facebook se trouvant dans les pays où Spotify est disponible verront apparaître une nouvelle icône sur le côté gauche de leur page.En cliquant dessus, l’application s’installera sur leur ordinateur et offrira un accès au catalogue de Spotify depuis la page Facebook. L’écoute intégrera une fonction du réseau social puisqu’il sera possible aux membre d’écouter un morceau en simultané avec leurs amis. Cet accord n’aurait donné lieu à aucune transaction financière selon le magazine américain, Facebook gagnant un service musical et Spotify de nouveaux utilisateurs susceptibles de souscrire à son service payant. Tout le monde y retrouve son compte…Le 26 mai 2011 à 12:47 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

NASA Names Martian Rock After Rolling Stones

first_img NASA Says 2 Asteroids Will Safely Fly By Earth This WeekendScientists Discover Possible Interstellar Visitor Stay on target The team behind NASA’s InSight lander named a piece of Martian rubble after one of the most iconic bands in music history: “Rolling Stones Rock.”Slightly larger than a golf ball, the bit of debris appeared to have rolled about three feet, propelled by InSight’s thrusters as the spacecraft touched down on Mars in November.Photos taken the next day highlight several divots in the orange-red soil, seemingly trailing Rolling Stones Rock.This marks the farthest NASA has seen a rock roll while landing a spacecraft on another planet.This rock was tossed about three feet by NASA’s InSight spacecraft as it touched down on Mars in November 2018 (via NASA/JPL-Caltech)“The name Rolling Stones Rock is a perfect fit,” Lori Glaze, director of NASA’s Planetary Science Division in Washington, said in a statement. “Part of NASA’s charter is to share our work with different audiences. When we found out the Stones would be in Pasadena, honoring them seemed like a fun way to reach fans all over the world.”Performing at the Rose Bowl for the first time in 25 years, the band delighted in the cosmic news.“This is definitely a milestone in our long and eventful history,” Mick Jagger, Keith Richards, Charlie Watts, and Ronnie Wood said. “A huge thank you to everyone at NASA for making it happen.”And who better to announce such an occasion than Iron Man himself?Robert Downey Jr. this week shared a bizarre video on Twitter, teasing the reveal of what he said “may be the most exciting thing I’ve ever done.”You don’t need a guitar or a microphone or be a rockstar, though: Jet Propulsion Laboratory geologist Matt Golombek has helped NASA land all of its Red Planet missions since 1997.“I’ve seen a lot of Mars rocks over my career,” he said. “This one probably won’t be in a lot of scientific papers, but it’s definitely one of the coolest.”While the International Astronomical Union must officially name places and objects throughout the Solar System, NASA scientists often provide unofficial nicknames to cosmic features.Frankly, it makes it easier to discuss different items and refer to them in documents. So while the title “Rolling Stones Rock” is informal, it will appear on working maps of the Red Planet.“I want to bring it back and put it on our mantlepiece,” Jagger, on stage at the Stones’ Rose Bowl concert on Thursday, said of the wee boulder.Watch: Tourists Can Now Experience ‘Life on Mars’ in Cave in SpainMore on Geek.com:Robert Downey Jr.’s Footprint Coalition Saves The Earth With TechWatch: Astronauts Spacewalk, Add Parking Spot to ISSNASA’s InSight Team Investigates Stuck ‘Mole’ on Marslast_img read more

SmithRoot breaks ground on new larger complex

first_imgRising global demand for high-tech equipment that enables scientists to study fish is prompting the local expansion of Smith-Root, Inc., a manufacturer of electro-fishing devices.The Vancouver-based company, celebrating its 50th year in business, held a groundbreaking ceremony Thursday to highlight construction of its new, 30,000-square-foot complex at 16605 N.E. 50th Ave. in Salmon Creek.The new site, which will be built in two phases and fully completed in May or June 2015, will give the company an additional 10,000 square feet of space. It will include a new biological research lab, more space for fabrication machinery and room for future growth.The building is going up as Smith-Root has bulked up its staff. Eighteen months ago, the company employed about 40 people. After adding 17 scientists, engineers and support staff, the company now hums with a total of 57 employees. Smith-Root generates about $10 million to $12 million in annual revenue. The company’s global reach includes branch offices in Europe and Australia.“We anticipate hiring additional employees in the next several months as space becomes available,” Katherine Harper, the company’s operations director, said in an email to The Columbian.last_img read more

Rev Frances Toni Draper Book Signing

first_imgThe Rev. Frances Toni Draper will be signing copies of her new book, “No Ordinary Hook Up,” on Oct. 30 from 2 p.m. to 4 p.m. at Freedom Temple AMEZ Church, 2926 Hollins Ferry Road, Baltimore, Md. 21230. Light refreshments served from 2 p.m. to 2:45 p.m. Please go to www.eventbrite.com to RSVP.last_img

Why Are Area 51 Conspiracy Theories So Popular Heres What Psychologists Say

first_imgArea 51 has been much in the news lately, ever since the June 27 launch of the Facebook page named “Storm Area 51, They Can’t Stop All of Us.” The crowdsourced semi-satirical raid on the secretive Air Force base is scheduled for Sept. 20 at 3:00 a.m. So far, 1.9 million people have said they’re going, and another 1.4 million have clicked that they’re interested, attracted by the page’s decidedly straightforward appeal: “Let’s see them aliens.” Here’s hoping there are aliens at Area 51. For one thing: they probably have cool spaceships. For another, the extraterrestrials are said to have arrived in 1947, so if they were going to eat us, they likely would have done so by now. Finally, answer this question: What’s more interesting, a world with aliens or a world without them? …center_img In some ways, Area 51 rumors have a lot in common with every other conspiracy theory throughout history. According to a 2017 paper in Current Issues in Psychological Science by psychologist Karen Douglas of England’s University of Kent and her colleagues, nearly all conspiracy theories satisfy three basic needs: they provide understanding and certainty, they create a sense of control and security, and they improve a believer’s self-image. Read the whole story: TIMElast_img read more

All about XRay vision

first_imgSo what’s X-ray art?My X-ray works are the result of my own personal mysticism which is a journey fuelled by my often disjunctive curiosity. So while the X-ray in its everyday, medical sense is a revealer of our physical inner self through my work it becomes something more than its mere function. In a sense it becomes a mystical viewfinder that creates its own drama with the play of light, shadows and perspectives.Do you use mixed media in your work as well? How is it done? Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Yes I have and they work in tandem with the X-rays by enveloping or containing them in order to give them another, totally different context. For example in my work titled Greening of Icarus I have created a pair of wings from an arched window panel that I found in an old furniture shop. The wings whose panes have different X-rays are covered in synthetic grass and together they stand for the Greek hero Icarus who was the first man to fly. What  subjects interest you? Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAnything that is below the belt or taboo (laughs) or constitutes a conceptual iceberg in the sense that it is more hidden than it is visible. But on a serious note you must understand that my medium is also not without its risks as it involves exposure to X-ray radiation so a lot of my actual work happens inside the head and only when I am absolutely certain of the result I go for the actual making of the work. But my themes are usually dark and mystical, or things that need to be seen in their skeletal form in order to be understood completely. What intrigued you about X-ray art and since when have you been painting?As an artist I am drawn most to the mysteries of the mind, especially the mind in its incapacitated state or what we colloquially call being ‘mental’ state… it’s like picking up the exception to prove the rule. Since I grew up very close to a mental institution because my mother was working there, my radar picked up these psychic signals from these very broken people or people who had an extremely distorted vision of reality. Why did you switch from journalism to art?There wasn’t really a switch, I just started telling my stories in a different medium, using a different skill set. Much of work is informed by my reading, by what I see happening around me and from generally being alive to my surroundings. In fact that’s what makes my work quite unique, if I may say so myself (smiles).What are the new works you are concentrating on?My last solo show was called Inner Eye and it was held at a gallery which is inside Amber Fort in Jaipur. This show allowed me to sort of discover a new dimension to my practice. How it can carry our extremely rich architectural heritage with what we today refer to as contemporary art. For this show I made a work called Trapped in Air where I morphed the traditional jaali work that is usually made of stone into plastic and I inserted my X-rays as a comment on the hidden-ness of space in context. The traditional jaali though beautiful was also used to segregate women from the public eye and so it also became a method of control both physical and mental. I use three different plastic jaalis oddly suspended in air with the help of nylon strings thereby freeing them from their usual connotation of separation and control.last_img read more

Why pretty much everyone at Pride wanted a Peoples Vote on Brexit

first_imgTrump and Brexit gay whistleblowers call for second Brexit referendum Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . This is why a gay MP is calling for another referendum on Brexit eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) The crowds at Brighton Pride were keen to support a People’s Vote on Brexit. | Photo: Alex WilksA People’s Vote on Brexit is becoming more likely every dayThe fight to win a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal is part of the wider discussion in British society about the kind of country in which we wish to live. The Pride movement and the LGBTI community have been at the heart of that debate for decades. It is that wider discussion that makes winning a People’s Vote a cause worthy of support amongst LGBTI campaigners.In a democratic society, people must have the right to make their voices heard. The moment we say that we have reached the end of the discussion and the people cannot express their views, even when the facts have changed dramatically and support has shifted, then we are shutting down democratic debate. And that has troubling implications for other issues upon which we need to views to change. A People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal is becoming more likely every day. So we must use the Pride message of respect, openness, and, above all, love for each other. That way, we will both win that vote and start to heal the divisions in our society.James MacCleary is Campaign Director of the European Movement UK, one of the organisations campaigning for a People’s Vote on the final Brexit deal.Also on Gay Star NewsThis is how Brexit could hurt you as an LGBTI person in the UK Pride is an example of the UK at its best. Open, tolerant, positive and diverse. That is the kind of country that I want to live in and my little boy to grow up in.The Brexit process has been precisely opposite of those values that I and millions of other British people cherish. It has been bitter, divisive and chaotic. The government has lurched from one disaster to the next. Britain is led by a Prime Minister whose record in the Home Office is best known for persecuting migrants and trying to make the UK a ‘hostile environment’.Despite all of that we are still scheduled to leave the European Union at the end of March 2019. The prospect of a catastrophic ‘no deal’ departure that few imagined possible, much less voted for, in 2016 is becoming more and more likely by the day.Pride is an example of how to heal the ugly divisions in the UKThe forces unleashed by the 2016 vote have exposed an ugly element of British society.Whether we are successful in winning the opportunity for the public to have their say on Brexit or not we must accept that those deep divisions will not disappear overnight.Pride is part of the ongoing fight for a tolerant society, where people are free to express themselves however they wish. Moreover, it is an example of how to heal those divisions. In Brighton only one man, out of the hundreds of people we spoke to, refused to sign our petition. He said the EU would cave to UK demands in the end because ‘BMW need to sell us their cars’. That is one of the most enduring myths spread by the Leave campaign in 2016.In the context of that Saturday in Brighton, he represented only a tiny minority. However we must learn from Pride that everyone has a right a be heard and to be treated with respect. This is why people must use Pride in London to fight against BrexitLGBTI people need to know Brexit will put our rights at riskWill Brexit mean no LGBT rights protections? You can still decideRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/pride-wanted-peoples-vote-brexit/ I’m a big fan of Brighton Pride. I reckon I’ve been seven or eight times now. I’ve marched in it, I’ve watched the parade go by, joined the party in Preston Park and in the city. And this year I spent the day working with my team to talk with people about Brexit and the need for a People’s Vote on the final deal. Brighton Pride goers sign the petition for a People’s Vote on Brexit. | Photo: Alex Wilks GAYSTARNEWS- Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading…last_img read more

From San Antonio de Desamparados to the stars Costa Rican brothers shine

first_imgHow does one go about making contact with two veteran NASA technicians who were raised and educated in Costa Rican public schools and have contributed to some of the most important space missions of the past quarter century?In my case, it was a vacation trip to Punta Leona and a minor accident my father had while snorkeling off Playa Blanca.After my dad received first aid from the Punta Leona lifeguards, we decided to drive to the nearby town of Quebrada Ganado to buy some ointment and extra bandages. After making our purchases at the pharmacy, we went to the soda next door for lunch. As we waited for our casados, a friendly woman approached me with great curiosity and asked, “Do you work for NASA?” She had spotted a NASA sticker on a car parked out front and wanted to know if it might be mine.It was. I informed her that I do collaborate with NASA, Jeanette Benavides, the Ad Astra Rocket company and other organizations to promote youth-oriented space science education projects. She proudly told me that her two sons work at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory in California and that she had witnessed a few NASA rocket launches herself.I was intrigued and slightly puzzled as I had never heard of these two men, despite my past writings about Ticos at NASA. But thanks to this chance encounter with proud mom Claudia Fernández Oreamuno, my running list of Costa Ricans who have made their mark at NASA now has two more distinguished names: Alejandro (Alex) and Joseph Mora.The missions the Mora brothers have contributed to reads like an encyclopedia of NASA’s most successful and exciting space endeavors of the past two decades. The list includes the Cassini space probe, which orbits Saturn; the Chandra and James Webb Space telescopes; the Dawn probe which orbits dwarf planet Ceres; and the much celebrated Mars Exploration Rovers. One could say without exaggeration there are Costa Rican fingerprints all over our solar system.Read also: Behind the scenes at NASA – meet Costa Rican space pioneersIn 1966 and 1967, respectively, Joseph and Alejandro (Alex) Mora were born in Rahway, New Jersey, to Costa Rican parents. In 1971 their family moved back to Costa Rica. The Mora boys attended elementary school at the Escuela República de Panamá and high school at the Liceo San Antonio, located in the San José canton of Desamperados.Alejandro recalls, “I was always fascinated with aircraft and space flight. I grew up in Costa Rica during a time when going to Juan Santamaría International Airport to see planes taking off was a treat. Reading about the Space Shuttle was the stuff of dreams; my bedroom walls were covered in pictures of it found in magazines and newspapers.”In 1984 the Mora family returned to the United States and settled in North Hollywood, California; Joe had already graduated from high school in Costa Rica, but Alex finished high school in California. Alex then enlisted in the Air Force and trained as a Jet Engine Mechanic, while Joe worked for 16 years in the commercial airline industry as a structural repair technician. Both of these career paths led them to NASA.“I landed a job at the Marquardt Company, an aerospace firm which built rocket engines for space applications, such as space probes, satellites and systems for the Space Shuttle,” Alex said. “I would periodically be assigned to customers to perform repairs or service hardware. It was on one of these occasions that I was sent to the Kennedy Space Center to service the Space Shuttle’s Reaction Control System. I was in awe; to finally see our engines attached to flight-ready hardware that would soon travel to space was one of my life’s seminal moments. When the opportunity presented itself for a position at NASA’s Jet Propulsion Laboratory, I did not hesitate to join the team.”In October 2018, NASA’s James Webb Space Telescope will be launched into orbit at the European Spaceport in French Guiana. This telescope is the successor to the Hubble and one of its tasks will be to study exoplanets ( planets that orbit stars other than our own). As I conducted my interviews with Joseph and Alex, they told me how busy they have been these days getting the new telescope ready for its launch date.If life does exist in other solar systems, the James Webb telescope will be a key tool in helping us confirm it. And as we explore our solar system and universe we should take a moment to thank the Mora brothers and all space agency technicians for their great work. (Courtesy of Alex Mora)My gratitude, too, goes out to their mother for connecting the dots in a Central Pacific soda. Thanks to her conversation with me, I was eventually able to speak with Joe and Alex about their NASA careers. Excerpts follow.Who inspired you to pursue the type of work you do at NASA?AM: More than anyone, my father. He was very mechanically oriented, taught me how to use tools and to reason how to solve problems. This gave me the confidence to purse the jet engine mechanic field that eventually would lead me into the aerospace industry.JM: His name was Rodrigo “Rudy” Lopez Villiers. He was my high-school English teacher [in Costa Rica]; he had a very easygoing personality and was willing to talk to you no matter the subject, whether it was about school or life in general. He always encouraged us to do and be the best that we could be, saying that it was not a choice, but a must! Sadly, Rudy passed away a few years after I came back to the United States. To this day, I still think about his words of encouragement… they played a part of whom I am today.What is your favorite part about working for NASA, and which have been your favorite missions to work on?AM: In my opinion the best part of working for NASA/JPL is the diversity of work. No two projects are identical. We are not only part of the development of cutting-edge technology but we also get to see it implemented on missions and eventually in everyday life. So far, my favorite mission has been Mars Science Laboratory.JM: All of it! I get to participate and collaborate on experiments, work, design, test and install instruments and finally after months (and most of the time years) of hard work and effort, be packed on a payload of a 300-foot rocket and watch it take off to the skies. Man, it’s an amazing feeling of accomplishment and pride! In addition, the thought of all that work that could possibly change humanity for the best.My favorite program that I worked on was the Planck Mission and Mars Science Laboratory (MSL). On the MSL, I worked for four years in a JPL basement lab from 6am to 6pm, five/six days a week, trying not to miss deadlines and slow down other teams needing my finished work. One must remember that Mars is closest to Earth approximately every 22 months and you do not want to miss that window of opportunity!I worked on all the primary sections of the spacecraft (cruise stage, descent stage and rover), specifically the fluid loops that kept instruments and electronics at a stable temperature. Part of the job also required me to spend six months at the Kennedy Space Center in Cape Canaveral Florida to reassemble, test and stow the payload into the rocket for launch operations.What advice can you give young people in Costa Rica about following in your footsteps to work as Technicians for NASA?AM: My advice would be to not neglect your studies, especially STEM classes. In this type of work, a solid understanding of physics and math will be a great asset to have. Always be on the lookout for opportunities for advancement. My very wise sister would say, “Don’t wait for the perfect opportunity; make the opportunities that present themselves work for you.”JM: Never, never, never give up on your dreams; never… no matter how far, difficult or unreachable they seem, life has a funny way of fulfilling them!Bruce Callow is a Canadian communications consultant and educator who has resided in Costa Rica since 1992. He was the Communications Officer at the British Embassy for 9 years. A member of the Globe International Scientists’ Network, Bruce collaborates with Dr.Franklin Chang and the Central American Space Association (ACAE), and does space education outreach work on behalf of NASA. Facebook Comments Related posts:Costa Rica joins world’s biggest network of space agencies Photo of Tico astronaut Franklin Chang with Barack Obama among best White House pics of 2015 US Sen. 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first_img“It was definitely tough, just being in that morale every single day, just kind of keep pushing forward and have to keep persevering every day,” Wright said. “Because it’s kind of tough when you’re 0-13 and can’t really do much about it.”The Cardinals, at 5-7-1, are also having a disappointing season, but in them Wright sees an opportunity to further establish himself as an NFL player. He found out the team was interested when he left a yoga class and had about 10 missed calls from his agent, Drew Rosenhaus.“I thought I was getting punked at first,” he admitted.Wright said he received a text from Matt Dudek, the recruiting coordinator for the UA, who is fired up about his return to the state he once called home.Compared to when he last played in Arizona, Wright said he was out of shape in college at about 259 pounds, and now is in the 238-240 range. He feels back to normal now, and at the same time more comfortable playing the NFL kind of game.“It’s more downhill, it’s more gap-scheme, because in the Pac-12 it was so open, zone-read and all that stuff,” he said. “It’s fun.”Going forward, there is no guarantee Wright will stick, though these next few weeks offer the linebacker a chance to show the Cardinals what he is capable of. He knows he must earn his spot, and will do whatever the coaches ask. TEMPE, Ariz. — For Scooby Wright, it might be a case of better late than never.Signed by the Arizona Cardinals off of the Cleveland Browns’ practice squad on Tuesday, the former University of Arizona Wildcat not only thought he was going to stay in the desert, but wanted to as well.“It was kind of funny,” Wright said, recalling a conversation he had with Cardinals coach Bruce Arians in the later stages of the NFL Draft. In May, Arians said he was on the phone “begging” Wright to come to Arizona as an undrafted free agent. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires “This is the NFL, your job can be taken any time, you can get cut,” he said. “I experienced that when I was in Cleveland, so I kind of have that mentality where you’ve got to come in every day, handle your business and take care of it.”Follow Adam Green on Twitter Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories center_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Cleveland Browns linebacker Scooby Wright III puts on his helmet during practice at the NFL football team’s training camp facility, Wednesday, June 1, 2016, in Berea, Ohio. (AP Photo/Tony Dejak) “It was around, I think there was like five picks, somewhere in the draft, and I was talking to a few teams,” Wright continued. “I was on the phone with Coach Arians and I hung up the phone, was talking to my parents, saying I wanted to go to the Cardinals, this and that.“I was about to call Coach Arians back, and as I was unlocking my phone, a Berea Ohio number comes up, and it was Sashi Brown, Cleveland Browns, ‘We just drafted you.’ That was kind of that.”Wright, who made waves by celebrating his selection with a leap into a pool, was a seventh-round pick, the 250th selection overall. He admitted it would have been nice to be in Arizona with better weather, but was excited to land with an NFL team.There were doubts.Though Wright had one of the greatest college seasons a linebacker could ever have in 2014, when he finished with 163 tackles, 29 tackles for loss, 14 sacks and six forced fumbles while winning the Bronko Nagurski Trophy, the Rotary Lombardi Award, the Chuck Bednarik Award and the Pac-12 Pat Tillman Defensive Player of the Year honor. However, foot and knee injuries limited him to just three games in 2015, and his lack of prototypical size and athleticism at 6-foot and 240 pounds led to questions about his ability to play in the NFL. While his production — when healthy — was unmatched, there were legitimate questions about whether or not his talent would translate at the next level.Wright appeared in four preseason games for the Browns, notching eight tackles and one sack, including an excellent stuff on a fourth-and-goal run by the Chicago Bears. 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Local media report that Veronikas mother is helping her to re-learn how to walk Her mother also hopes that one day her daughter will be able to reconnect with her ex Credit: CENOne Russian reader commented on a local news report: "I feel so sorry for her that I want to cry" Another said: "Maybe they should tell her that she was the one who left him" The condition that Veronika suffers from is called porphyria which is technically a group of disorders that leaves the body unable to cleanse organic compounds known as porphyrins These then interfere with the normal operations of the nervous system and skin and can result in several types of acute and cutaneous (skin) porphyrias In a testimony from an Acute Intermittent Poryphria (AIP) sufferer called Jack on the American Porphyria Foundation website he explains that the condition doesnt make marriage easy – but that his wife Margaret still stands by his side"If youve got a good spouse treasure that situation" he writes "Also as a patient realise how difficult being married to someone with a chronic disease can be so be kind in return" He continues: "My wife is loving and dedicated but the stress on her was and still is immense I continue to feel terrible guilt for everything she has endured "However her faith in me gave me incentive to try again and again and I did Working through the pain and hiding many of the symptoms enabled me to eventually rise to high middle management" Jack adds: "Thankfully Margaret my greatest gift still stands by my side" Featured Image Credit: CEN Topics: World news RussiaTwo decades after its premiere Clueless is still keeping it real The modern classic is being feted with a vinyl rerelease of the soundtrack a new musical and a book As If: The Oral History of Clueless as Told by Amy Heckerling the Cast and the Crew The compilation of interviews by Jen Chaney out July 7 details everything that went into making the film from casting to costumes In honor of the anniversary on July 19 we 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Heckerling says “the script woman and everybody started to run toward her to correct her and I had to block them all I was like: ‘Stay away from the actress’ She needed to have that assurance that she was saying it right There’s a cockiness to Cher when she’s just going down the wrong track and you just have to make sure people don’t mess with that” 15 Cher’s last name was improvised by Wallace Shawn Heckerling didn’t write a last name into the script so when Shawn as Mr Hall was handing out tardy slips in a scene he ad-libbed “Horowitz” If you look closely you’ll see her report card reads “Cher Hamilton” 16 The extras making out in the pool at the Valley party ended up getting engaged Heckerling and her assistant directors asked if two extras would volunteer to play a couple in the swimming pool Two people said yes “Years later” she says “I was walking down Melrose and I hear some people going ‘Amy Amy’ And I turn around and it was them They met that night They’re engaged…I don’t know how that marriage worked out but it was really sweet” 17 Cher’s hair clip from the concert scene showed up in another teen movie Lead hairstylist Nina Paskowitz kept the barrette Cher wore on a pegboard that she would bring to other shoots and several years later she ended up doing Amanda Bynes’ hair for She’s the Man “I said [to Amanda] ‘You know I put this clip in Alicia’s hair in Clueless’ She’s like ‘Oh my God that’s my favorite movie’ She started screaming I said ‘Would you like to wear it in the scene’ And she almost had a heart attack she was so excited and honored” 18 Silverstone napped in the driver’s seat between takes in the DMV scene “I was just supertired and trying to sleep whenever I could” she said 19 Cher’s revelation in front of the fountain that she loves Josh was inspired by Gigi “In Gigi” Heckerling says “when [Gaston] decides ‘Wait a minute’ and he’s walking and he’s silhouetted and then he turns around and [there’s] the color and the fountain: of course that’s 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