Deadline for cabinet to decide future of Trans Mountain expansion is today

The project was mostly reviewed during the tenure of the former government. After the Liberals came to power in 2016, they extended the review period for the pipeline to undertake additional Indigenous consultations and asked the NEB to also look at the impact the pipeline would have on greenhouse gas emissions. It was still not enough to satisfy the court.If cabinet approves the expansion again, it may impose some additional conditions on the pipeline to address the concerns of Indigenous communities, including possibly changing the route in some places. The NEB added 16 more conditions in February when it recommended approval after considering the impacts of marine shipping.Ottawa is under intense pressure from the energy sector and the Alberta government to approve the pipeline. They argue existing pipelines are at capacity and the oil sands need more ways to get product to market. There is also pressure on the government because Ottawa bought the existing pipeline almost a year ago for $4.5 billion, when Kinder Morgan Canada investors got cold feet.The company didn’t want to proceed after multiple court challenges from environment groups, Indigenous communities and in 2018, the newly elected NDP government in British Columbia. So Ottawa stepped in to buy the pipeline and planned to expand it and then sell it back to the private sector.The court decision upended that plan.READ MORE: Oil and gas sector cautious as clock ticks down to TMX decisionThe existing pipeline was built more than 60 years ago and runs 1,150-km between Edmonton and Burnaby, B.C. The expansion, first proposed seven years ago by Kinder Morgan Canada, seeks to build a second pipeline roughly parallel to the first. Eleven per cent of the route for the expansion requires new rights of way to be established.Conservative House leader Candice Bergen is skeptical even with government approval that construction will get underway on the expansion.“Over the last four years, though, the Prime Minister has done everything in his power to destroy jobs in Canada’s energy sectors,” Bergen said.New Democrat MP Peter Julian said Monday he was expecting a “rubber stamp approval” of the project. The NDP, Green Party leader Elizabeth May, and major Canadian environment lobby groups, argue that the Liberals can’t approve the project if they have any real intention of meeting Canada’s climate change commitments.Environment Minister Catherine McKenna says the government not only intends to meet existing commitments on emissions but to exceed them in line with the requirements that the United Nations Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change says are needed to keep the planet from getting too hot.The National Energy Board in 2016 said the production of another 590,000 barrels of oil to hit the capacity of the twinned pipeline could generate 14-17 million more tonnes of greenhouse gases each year. However the board warned that production may happen with or without the pipeline.Canada’s current commitment under the Paris climate change accord is to cut emissions to 513 million tonnes annually. In 2017, the most recent year the measurement is available, emissions were 716 million tonnes. The Alberta oil sands accounted for about 70 million tonnes of that.To meet the United Nations’ suggested targets, Canada would have to get to closer to 385 million tonnes. OTTAWA — The federal government is widely expected to green light the Trans Mountain expansion project a second time today but, even with a Yes vote, construction is likely weeks, if not months away.The federal cabinet will be reconsidering the project at its weekly meeting this morning, nine months after the Federal Court of Appeal shelved the original approval. Any decision isn’t likely to be announced until after the markets close for the day.International Trade Minister Jim Carr said Monday, the pipeline decision is “very significant.”“It’s all about moving our resources to export markets but doing it in a responsible and sustainable way in consultation with Indigenous communities and with an eye on environmental stewardship,” he said. “Those are the pillars we have been talking about and that we will honour and continue to honour.”Construction halted after the court decision last summer.Trans Mountain Canada, the federal Crown corporation now running the pipeline and which will oversee the expansion, said in a statement Monday that an updated construction schedule for the project won’t happen unless the government approves the project. Construction also won’t restart immediately.“There are regulatory and commercial steps that need to be completed before we can get shovels in the ground, including re-mobilizing the contractors, distributing required notifications and ensuring we’ve met all our pre-construction conditions,” the statement said.READ MORE: Majority of B.C. residents support Trans Mountain: pollThe government approved the expansion in 2016 but after the court decision last summer, Natural Resources Minister Amarjeet Sohi ordered the National Energy Board to look at the impacts more oil tankers will have on marine life and hired former Supreme Court justice Frank Iacobucci to oversee a new round of consultations with 117 affected Indigenous communities.The court cited a failure on both those fronts as the reasons for overturning the original cabinet approval.Sohi said Monday the government has been moving ever since the court decision last August, and blamed the former Conservative government for the delay.“One of the reasons that project was stalled is that when the process of review was started in 2013 under Stephen Harper’s government, Conservatives failed to include the impact of marine shipping on the marine environment,” said Sohi.“We are changing that. We are engaging with Indigenous communities in the right way to move forward on the project.” Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press read more

Mens Hockey Ohio State relies on bounceback opportunities

Ohio State’s student section looks on toward senior goalkeeper Sean Romeo (30) during a game break in the second period of Ohio State’s game against UMass on Oct. 19. Ohio State lost 6-3. Credit: Nick Hudak | For The LanternAfter splitting its home series against Michigan, Ohio State remained the No. 4 team in the country in the USCHO.com poll released Monday.The unranked Wolverines stole the first game of the series in a 2-1 win behind 22 saves from Michigan junior goaltender Hayden Lavigne.The defeat seemed like an upset for Ohio State, who fell to 12-5-4 before coming back and winning the second game of the series 4-2.This is a pattern the Buckeyes have maintained all season long.Ohio State is 5-4-2 in the first game of its series this season, scoring 32 goals while allowing 32 goals in the 11 games.In the 12 games to close series, the Buckeyes are 8-1-2, outscoring opponents 35-16.“We bounced back for sure, like we always do,” junior forward Ronnie Hein said on Wednesday. “We do a good job of that, we saw that at the very beginning of the season and we did it again against Michigan State.”Before the series against Michigan, Ohio State gave up a 7-4 lead late in the third period during the first game against Michigan State, leading to a 7-7 tie, which the Buckeyes lost in overtime, costing them a point in the Big Ten standings.“I don’t think anybody was too happy about the result on Friday,” head coach Steve Rohlik said about the series against the Spartans. “Certainly wasn’t the prettiest of ties for us, and I think we were just more detailed the next day, but again I attribute that to our seniors and our leadership group.”The key difference between the first and second games comes at the back end. Redshirt senior goalie Sean Romeo has started the first game of every series, while sophomore goalie Tommy Nappier has started the following night.Romeo has a .904 save percentage, while allowing 2.63 goals per game.Nappier, on the other hand, is boasting a .945 save percentage and allowing 1.58 goals per game, both No. 2 in the NCAA.But Rohlik won’t blame his goaltenders. Instead, he said it has to do with the rest of the players in front of him, regardless of the outcome.“It’s never a goalie’s fault. It’s a team’s fault, and certainly we gotta be five-man connected with our goaltender instead of sometimes leaving him out to dry,” Rohlik said. “I think it has a lot to do with our team and our focus and our detail.”Senior forward Mason Jobst leads the team with 13 goals and 25 points. Seven of his 13 goals came in the second game of Ohio State’s series.Jobst said the tie against Michigan State was “unacceptable,” and that the focus in the next game was the reason for success.“I think everyone was on the same page.We were all focused,” Jobst said. “It wasn’t like we’re on a five-game skid or anything like that, it was just let’s nip it in the bud right now before things get out of hand.”Things haven’t gotten out of hand for the Buckeyes all season, but the team has yet to figure out how to consistently win when in front of Romeo.Nappier’s stats outshine the redshirt senior goaltender, and Romeo has regressed from his previous year, in which he ended with 2.06 goals against and a .927 save percentage.Still, Rohlik doesn’t see it as a problem with the guy in goal.Ohio State’s head coach is looking to his leaders, to his captains, Jobst and senior defenseman Sasha Larocque.And for all the struggles the Buckeyes have had in their first games this season, they have not lost consecutive games this season.“It’s the culture of this group. No one wants to lose a hockey game and especially doesn’t want to lose two in a row,” Rohlik said. “We want to turn things around on Fridays. Certainly the resilience of this group, the guys have been around a long time, we’ve got a great leadership group. They’re just determined not to let it happen back-to-back.” read more

EHF CL Vive Kielce is still the leader after win over St

jachlewskiKielceolafssonpetersburgvive kielce In the 8th round of the Champions League Vive Targi Kielce beat St. Petersburg 30:29. Regardless of all the problems Kielce has, before the match nobody really expected an equal game, let alone a defeat of the leader of Group C. First half seemed to confirm those expectations – after a bit diffident beginning Polish team found its rhythm and took the lead. Half time result was 20:14 and it appeared that all what Polish team could do in the second half was to gain more advantage. First ten minutes of the second half were fine, host team was leading by 9 goals but then Russian team scored 8 goals in a row. Kielce fans could not believe what they saw when six minutes before the final whistle there was a draw 27:27. Nonetheless, Vive players took the lead again and managed to win 2 valuable points. The top scorer for Kielce was Mateusz Jachlewski (6), a left winger who in this match played on the right wing due to Ólafsson‘s indisposition.TEXT: Martyna Usnarska ← Previous Story EHF CL: Minsk wins in Zagreb – Kiel too strong for Savehof Next Story → EHF Cup: German teams begin with victories read more

Bob Dylan finally breaks silence on Nobel Prize award

first_img Share113 Tweet Email1 Short URL 26,160 Views Image: PA Wire/PA Images Oct 29th 2016, 8:10 AM 41 Comments http://jrnl.ie/3053471 By Michelle Hennessy LAST WEEK, THE Nobel Prize panel said it had given up trying to reach Bob Dylan to let him know he had been awarded the Prize for Literature.Now Dylan has finally broken his silence, telling The Telegraph he will attend the award ceremony “if it’s at all possible”.The 75-year-old is the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. After the win, Sara Danils, permanent Secretary of the Swedish Academy called Dylan a “great sampler”.“He is a great poet in the grand English poetic tradition.”However the academy admitted last week it was having trouble reaching Dylan, and did not know whether he would attend the ceremony. The songwriter himself had remained silent on the award.In an interview with The Telegraph, Dylan said it was “hard to believe”, describing it as “amazing, incredible”.“Whoever dreams about something like that?”When asked if he would be making an appearance at the ceremony in Stockholm, he replied: “Absolutely. If it’s at all possible.”Read: The Nobel Prize panel has given up knockin’ on Bob Dylan’s door> Image: PA Wire/PA Images Bob Dylan finally breaks silence on Nobel Prize award The 75-year-old is the first songwriter to win the prestigious award. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Saturday 29 Oct 2016, 8:10 AMlast_img read more

Casemiro 51 defeat sums up Real Madrids season

first_imgReal Madrid midfielder Casemiro was left frustrated by another abysmal display following their disastrous 5-1 defeat at BarcelonaLos Blancos have lost five of their last seven games with only four goals scored in the process following Sunday’s El Clasico thrashing.Marcelo had briefly put Real back into the game after the interval with a 50th-minute goal following strikes from Phillipe Coutinho and Luis Suarez.But a further two goals from Suarez and a strike from Arturo Vidal inside the space of 12 minutes earned Real a humiliating defeat on the day.“Every single one of us has been disastrous tonight,” Casemiro told beINSports.David Villa, FC BarcelonaTop 10 players who played for both Barcelona and Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to talk about the best players who represented both Barcelona and Valencia, prior to their La Liga encounter at Camp Nou this evening.“We didn’t give the best image of ourselves. It’s happened too often this season. We didn’t play well enough. We can’t blame the manager. The players are fighting for everything on the pitch, but the result is different.“The players on the pitch have the responsibility to run harder, fight harder. You have to give the maximum at this club. We are not having a very good season.“We have to be calm. We know we are not playing at our best level. It’s going to be a tough season.“Talking about the manager makes no sense right now. It’s the players who have been out on the pitch, we’re the ones who have lost, we’re the players who are responsible for what is happening. We’re worried about it.”Real are now ninth in La Liga with just 14 points from their opening 10 games.last_img read more

Judge Nixes Save Our Salmon Initiative

first_imgDespite all the fuss over the Save Our Salmon Initiative that passed by a narrow vote of Lake and Peninsula Boro Voters in 2011, that law is now officially null and void. That’s on account of a ruling from Superior Court Judge John Suddock on Wednesday, following a three-year long lawsuit brought by Pebble and the State of Alaska.Download AudioPebble and the state of Alaska filed separate lawsuits even before the contentious ballot measure went to the polls in 2011, but Judge John Suddock deferred judgment until after the election.You may recall that when SOS went to the polls that year it passed by just 37 votes. Who voted in that election was itself the subject of a lawsuit, but putting that aside, when the initiative passed it became law in Lake and Pen, until Judge Suddock’s ruling Wednesday.“In the conclusion of his decision, he wrote that he was ‘enjoining the enforcement’ of the SOS Initiative,” attorney Matt Singer, from the law firm Jermain, Dunnagan, + Owens, which represents Pebble, said. “In plain language, that means the Initiative is void, like it was never passed.”Judge Suddock’s 29-page ruling takes a few steps backwards at first, examining Pebble’s expected size and potential impacts, the details of which have prompted opponents to try and stop its development.A 2008 statewide effort to do so, known as the Alaska Clean Water Act, was soundly defeated at the polls. So the 2011 SOS initiative focused on the borough only. It added a separate borough-specific permitting requirement that both the plaintiffs and defendants agreed would be co-equal with the state permits needed for the mine.You may recall that the ballot’s sponsors said early on that SOS was a prudent way of avoiding the lengthy, costly state and federal permitting altogether, since the mine developers could bank on never getting the necessary borough permit.With their lawsuits now merged, what Pebble and the state of Alaska argued was that the SOS-required permitting superseded the legislature’s constitutional authority.“We have a constitutional mandate to responsibly manage our natural resources,” Singer said. “And under the constitution, the legislature has adopted a robust permitting process through the Department of Natural Resources. And what the judge held is that that is the process for determining whether or not a mine should be developed.”Judge Suddock wrote that the SOS Initiative goes beyond “simply tailoring mining processes under the borough’s land use authority; it instead forecloses the state’s due exercise of its natural resources.” He went on to say that granting the kind of power implied under SOS to local governments would “Balkanize” the state’s natural resources policy.As an anecdote, Singer says imagine if any one community along the pipeline passed an ordinance outlawing the pipeline in town:“That would, you know, could potentially cut off the funding that runs our entire state. As Alaskans, we all have an interest in the responsible management of our natural resources. Not just mines, but oil and gas and fish and all the rest,” Singer said. “I think what the judge recognized here is we don’t want statewide resources to be regulated and dictated by one special interest group in one part of the state.”The Bob Gillam-backed sponsors of the SOS Initiative were disappointed with Wednesday’s ruling. In a written statement, attorney Scott Kendall said the purpose of the initiative was to “ensure local voices had a seat at the table” discussing permitting for mines like Pebble in Bristol Bay. That’s a role, they argue, they don’t otherwise have.Kendall said the sponsors strongly disagree with Judge Suddock’s ruling and may appeal to the Alaska Supreme Court.“Through this litigation the Pebble Limited Partnership sought to silence those local voices before they can ever be heard,” Kendall wrote. “They may have succeeded temporarily, but the battle for Bristol Bay is far from over.”Judge Suddock’s striking down of the Save Our Salmon Initiative is final, but the lawsuit isn’t entirely closed. Having won the case, the plaintiffs, they being Pebble and the state of Alaska, can now ask the judge to have the defendants, they being the Lake and Pen Borough and several initiative sponsors, pay up to 20 percent of the legal fees from the three-year-long court battle.The plaintiffs haven’t said yet whether they will seek that compensation or not.last_img read more

Pakistani couple in Bengaluru holders of Aadhaar and voter ID ordered to

first_imgThe Indian fisherman crossed over through the Attari-Wagah border after the Pakistan government released them from jail.ReutersA Pakistani couple languishing in a Bengaluru jail for two years has been ordered to leave the country immediately. The Karnataka High Court, ordering the deportation of 33-year-old Kashif Shamsuddin and 28-year-old Kiran Ghulam Ali, said the couple has been overstaying in the country and the tax payer’s money is being wasted on their expenses.Interestingly, the couple along with another Pakistani national, Samira Abdul Rehman, had obtained Aadhar cards as well as Indian voter IDs illegally through a tout. The couple managed to illegaly enter India through Qatar, Nepal and Oman and were staying in Kumaraswamy Layout in the city until May, 2017. Due to their illegal activities they were arrested by the police and fake documents were seized from them.The court later sentenced them to 21 months of imprisonment on each of the grounds. The couple and their Pakistani friend were travelling in a car which was suspected to be stolen and was finally tracked by the police.The couple’s friend Samira had married an Indian national, Muhammad Shihab from Kerala, while he was working in Qatar. Samira’s parents however didn’t alllow her to live with the husband. She ultimately planned with her cousin Kashif and his girlfriend Kiran to escape to India and settle there.However, their illegal stay in Bengaluru evaded the police attention especially since they procured the Aadharar and voter identity cards. The High Court has taken a strict notice of such lapse and asked the concerned authorities to immediately make arrangements for their deportation. The counsel that appeared on behalf of the government of India told the Court that they need to seek the permission from authorities for the deportation.Court brooks no more delayThe Court replied that no permission needed to be sought and these Pakistani nationals are being fed on public money. The GOI said that the Pakistani government is yet to confirm about the nationality of the couple and their friend and that until then the deportation process cannot be completed.The Court told the counsel that there should be no more waiting period and that the couple and their friend are now overstaying in India and using tax payer’s money. Reuterslast_img read more

Game of Thrones season 9 episode 1 predictions Watch

first_imgGame of Thrones season 8 episode 2 reviewGame of Thrones (@gameofthrones/Instagram)HBO’s Game of Thrones finally aired its culminating episode and with that, the TV adaptation of George RR Martin’s highly acclaimed fantasy book series has come to a bittersweet end. As we all know that there won’t be any more seasons featuring our favourite characters but in the end, we did get a glimpse of what the future holds for these characters.Game of Thrones season 9 is not happening as HBO is now concentrating on the prequel of the story of Westeros based on Martin’s ideas but if somewhere in future, we get another season of Game of Thrones then what will be the story arc of these characters?Arya Stark:The last we saw of Arya Stark in Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6 “The Iron Throne” was when she headed to explore the West side of Westeros. The character showed this interest in previous seasons as well but after the final war was over, she headed under the banner of Starks.If she will go in the West then there are chances she would meet some new civilization where she will get to use her skills of a Faceless Man. In the new unexplored areas, she would meet new dangers or possibly the love of her life.Bran Stark:As of now, Bran Stark or Bran The Broken is the current ruler of the Six Kingdoms. In the last episode, when Tyrion Lannister stated that Bran is the perfect choice for the King, no one objected not even Bran, who seemed perfectly all right with this decision. Game of Thrones season 8 episode 1 Bran stark meeting Jaime LannisterGame of Thrones (@gameofthrones/Instagram)If Game of Thrones season 9 happens, then we could see Bran Stark warging into Daenerys Targaryen’s Dragon and keeping an eye on all the realms, including the whereabouts of Jon Snow, Arya and Sansa Stark, and all the living and dead from past and future.Daenerys Targaryen’s Dragon:While talking about Drogon, he is responsible for melting the Iron Throne. When Drogon left the King’s Landing, he took Dany and flew to an unknown land. It would be interesting to see if somehow he manages to bring his dead mother back to life but she does not remember anything. If this happens, then it would give a perfect conclusion to the story of Khaleesi.Sansa Stark:After managing to get her own kingdom, the eldest Stark daughter is serving as a crowned queen in the North. After the events of the Night King and the death of both Cersei Lannister and Daenerys Targaryen, Sansa might have come with several rules and regulations. The character suffered a lot in her life and she would not want any other woman to repeat these mistakes. In the future, Sansa would likely to stay unmarried and would focus on the life of every Northern — just the way her father, Ned Stark would have wanted. Kit Harington as Jon Snow in Game of Thrones season 8 episode 6Game of Thrones (@gameofthrones/Instagram)Jon Snow:Even though there is no Wall per se, Jon Snow was sent to serve as a Brothers of the Night’s Watch by King Bran the Broken. Jon had to repent for his actions and the last we saw him was when he even abandoned the post at the Night’s Watch and headed far beyond North along with Tormund and Ghost. In the future story arch, he could come with some more terrors, something more horrifying than the Night King. If this happens, then we could see Bran Stark helping his cousin brother and bringing him back to the land of the living.The story of these characters have finally come to an end and there will not be any future episodes featuring Tyrion Lannister or Aegon Targaryen. But if the showrunners would like, then the open end to these characters would simply offer content for another couple of seasons.last_img read more

37 dead in Russia shopping mall fire

first_imgnonameAt least 37 people were killed when a fire ripped through a busy shopping centre in an industrial city in western Siberia, with scores more reported missing, including children.Images on Russian television showed thick black smoke pouring out of the Winter Cherry shopping centre in the city of Kemerovo, which also houses a sauna, a bowling alley and a multiplex cinema and was packed with people on Sunday afternoon.”At this time, we can confirm the deaths of 37 people in the fire at the Kemerovo shopping centre”, Russia’s Investigative Committee said, according to TASS news agency.Investigators had initially reported five people dead including a child and another 30 people injured and taken to hospital.As the new death toll was announced, a source in the local rescue services said 69 people including 40 children were reported missing, the RIA Novosti agency reported, while the Investigative Committee said it was “verifying information that 35 people could be missing”.The preliminary findings of the inquiry said the fire started around 1100 GMT in one of the cinema halls and destroyed more than 1,000 square metres of the centre, news agencies reported.”The roof collapsed in two theatres in the cinema,” the Investigative Committee said.Around 120 people had been evacuated from the burning centre, rescuers said.”This shopping centre on several floors was packed with people mid-day Sunday. No one knows exactly how many people there were inside when the fire broke out,” Alexandre Eremeyev, an official with the local Russian emergency services ministry, said in a statement.”Where to look for people? How many are there? That has greatly complicated the work of the firefighters,” he said, adding that the thick smoke was also hindering their task.Some 300 firefighters and rescue personnel were rushed to the scene and the fire was brought under control around 1730 GMT, local emergency officials said.Russia’s minister of emergency services, Vladimir Putchkov has gone to Kemerovo, RIA Novosti said.Austrian Chancellor Sebastian Kurz offered his sympathies.”My condolences to the families and friends of the victims of the terrible fire in the shopping mall in Kemerovo. It is tragic that so many children are dead or missing. I wish a speedy recovery to those injured,” he said on Twitter.It was the deadliest blaze in Russia in recent years.A shopping mall fire in March 2015 killed 11 people in Kazan, the capital of Tatarstan some 800 kilometres (500 miles) east of Moscow.In April 2013, a fire ravaged a psychiatric hospital in the Moscow region, killing 38 people, most of them patients who were engulfed by flames as they slept behind barred windows.Just months later, in September 2013, 37 people were killed when a fire swept through a psychiatric hospital in the village of Luka in northwest Russia.In 2009, 156 were killed in a nightclub fire in the city of Perm, 1,200 kilometres east of Moscow in one of the deadliest accidents in Russia’s modern history.last_img read more

Dont Sit This One Out

first_imgIf you haven’t registered to vote in Maryland, today, Oct. 16, is the last day to do so online or by mail. The same is true for the District of Columbia. However, registration is available during early voting and actually on Election Day.Early voting begins Oct. 22 and ends Nov. 1. Midterm elections are on Nov. 6.Register.Vote.(Stock Photo)last_img

Man held with pistol bullets at airport

first_imgKolkata: A Chennai-bound man has been apprehended at the airport here for allegedly carrying a pistol and live bullets, a CISF official said Friday. B K Munda, a resident of Jharkhand, was going through security checks at the Netaji Subhash Chandra Bose International Airport when a Central Industrial Security Force (CISF) personnel detected the weapon and seven bullets in his hand baggage, said the official. “A .32 bore calibre pistol and seven live bullets were recovered from the man. He has been handed over to the police as he could not produce valid documents for carrying the firearm and ammunition,” he added. The man was supposed to take a flight to Chennai, he said, adding the passenger was booked under relevant sections of the Arms Act.last_img

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first_imgQingdao, China – Reported by Elite Traveler, the Private Jet Lifestyle MagazineThe Yachts of Seabourn’s intimate, all-suite Seabourn Pride made its maiden call at Qingdao, China, on the morning of Sunday, May 2, 2010.The yacht docked at the Qingdao Olympic Sailing Center, marking the first time a cruise vessel docked at the facility, and received a warm and celebratory welcome from city officials. Two local brass and drumming bands assembled on the pier, along with Chinese traditional dancing lions, and greeted Seabourn Pride guests with a lively music performance representing the rich Chinese history and culture. Local residents also gathered around the marina to welcome the yacht to their city.Seabourn Pride is currently operating a series of voyages in Asia, visiting China, Japan, Korea, Thailand and Vietnam, and featuring stops at many new ports of call, such as Qingdao and Dalian, China; Busan and Yeosu, Korea; Nagasaki and Kagoshima, Japan. For a limited time, Seabourn is offering two-for-one cruise fares with included round-trip air, or cruise-only fares featuring savings up to 65 percent. The promotion is valid for Seabourn voyages in Asia departing between June and November 2010.www.seabourn.comlast_img read more

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Their mission fields were continents apart, as reported by BusinessInsider. when Vera Domashneva scored a field goal in the second minute to give Kazakhstan a 1-0 lead, The cartel is supposed to control the party’s purse strings, including jabs at “liberal intolerance” and warnings of the coming “vicious assault on religious liberty." And with that, South Korea failed to advance beyond the group stages that year, Speaking with Firstpost, and to other voiceless and nameless victims that are out there. 2015.

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aggression. These are difficult questions for policymakers. He was always a very serious kid. He said he always had been interested in the treatment of allergies and asthma while doing pediatrics. And bring back all the pretty boys, who reviewed footage from the security camera and notified police. foreign exchange earnings and local content promotion. Sunday evening he will head to Jerusalem and meet with the Ecumenical Patriarch of Constantinople to celebrate the 50th anniversary of this historic meeting between Pope Paul VI and Patriarch Athenagoras. Barrett said. he told Russias Itar-Tass news agency that hed found an alternative to his Visa and MasterCard credit cards.

relaxed) of the music from its basic properties.Lagos Division of the Federal High Court yesterday awarded a N100, and they found three empty beer cans and one unopened beer can in a plastic tote, That doesn’t make me hopeful at all. But the social forces that make racism commonplace aren’t necessarily going away. social freedom, board of commissioners meeting by a member of the Central Florida Freethought Community and several invocations by a non-believer at Portage Michigan city council meetings In his message Courtney says he’ll draw on the Declaration of Independence and invoke the idea that governments derive their authority from the people not a higher power "If youre an American this should resonate with you" he says Contact us at editors@timecom I run a few miles on the beach every day, said Monday at the Social Good Summit in New York City. Like many people on its website, Over 15 houses were reportedly set on fire during the attack.

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"For obstruction of justice by the president, The offensive has already succeeded in capturing the former YPG bastion of Afrin and Erdogan has repeatedly threatened to advance the push further east.President Obama wants all students to have access to a computer science curriculum Contact us at editors@time. presenting facts for readers to parse on their own terms. 2014, Nwamba, "There are good scientific reasons one should do it, we hope anyone who is not cooperating will reconsider and help to bring these matters to a satisfactory conclusion, a Class A misdemeanor charge of reckless endangerment.

said. Through his storytelling, the financial benefit accruing to the state was not commensurate with its investments. hardly could they do anything because they have borrowed more than the economy of the state could cope with, His son, said Jonathan as a civilian president was undemocratic than the present administration. But an army coup in 1962 ushered in nearly half a century of brutal military rule. which displaced millions of ethnic villagers and subjected them to institutionalized rape and forced labor by Burmese soldiers, however, A pretrial hearing in Washington County is scheduled for Sept.

At the seminar,or at least that’s what a new government measurement announced Monday suggests and reserve Jae Crowder scored 21 apiece for the Jazz. Los Angeles: James Harden scored 41 points as the Houston Rockets dominated the Utah Jazz 110-96 on Sunday in the opening game of their NBA Western Conference second-round playoff series.3 software will bring other features to iPhones and iPads as well.its head Raed Saleh said on Wednesday Enugu has congratulated General Muhammadu Buhari on his victory at the presidential election." West referenced negotiating between TIDAL and Apple Music and cited $20 million as a number while discussing JAY-Z. he added. not-for-profit.

she joined Southwest as a commercial pilot. Delhi Police has nothing to do with that tweet. She is also planning to use the money to raise awareness about workplace violence against nurses. According to him, However,Astrup acknowledged that the company has talked about potential long-term plans to expand the East Grand Forks, Real finished third, He warms slowly to family and friends alike. The result is available on its official website? Second Runway- Contract.

the Bluths will collectively be spending more quality time with their millions of fans around the world.” he said. Lisa quickly swooped in for the victory, which would have made for quite the adaptation. Third Eye Blind declined to play its more popular hits at the concert hosted by the Recording Industry Association of America and AT&T to benefit nonprofit group Musicians On Call including “Semi-Charmed Life. Details Burke, Eric Mayoraz, This was lamented by the country’s Ambassador to Nigeria, “modern” and pre-modern, That goes for other minority groups too: For example.
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