UNESCO chief condemns murder of Nigerian journalist

25 August 2008The head of the United Nations agency tasked with defending press freedom today deplored the assassination of a senior Nigerian newspaper journalist, who was shot dead last week. Koïchiro Matsuura, the Director-General of the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), said in a statement that Paul Abayomi Ogundeji is the second member of the editorial board of Thisday, an English-language newspaper based in Lagos, to be murdered in two years.“His killing is a blow to the basic human right of freedom of expression in Nigeria,” Mr. Matsuura said, adding that he hoped authorities would spare no effort in investigating the killing and bringing the culprits to trial.UNESCO said there were conflicting reports about the exact circumstances of the killing of Mr. Abayomi Ogundeji, who was shot in a suburb of Abuja, the Nigerian capital, on 17 August. The journalist has worked for Thisday for three months and had previously worked for other Nigerian publications.UNESCO is the only UN agency with a mandate to defend freedom of expression and press freedom. read more

CAA announces maximum retail prices for 6 items

The five essential items where prices have not been changed and remain the same (as previously gazetted) are un-packetted white sugar (gazetted price, still at Rs 87 per kilo), packetted white sugar (gazetted price still at Rs 95 per kilo), un-packetted wheat flour (gazetted price, still at Rs 87 per kilo), canned fish net weight 425g-drained weight 280g (gazetted price, still at Rs 140), and canned fish net weight 155g-drained weight 105g (gazetted price, still at Rs 70).  (Colombo Gazette) Accordingly, the six essential items to which the Maximum Retail Prices (MRPs) has been introduced are Masoor Dhal (MRP Rs 190 per kilo), Potatoes (MRP Rs 145 per kilo), Big Onion (MRP Rs 155 per kilo), Chicken Meat (whole chicken- Without skin-MRP Rs 480 per kilo), Packetted Wheat Flour (MRP Rs 95 per kilo), and Dried Chillies (MRP Rs 355 per kilo). The Consumer Affairs Authority has brought in a new set of  (MRP) for six essential consumer items with effect from Friday 20 November.“The new maximum prices are introduced to safeguard consumers from sudden market hikes” Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen said. read more

Conflict AIDS poverty are main obstacles to childrens rights UNICEF report

According to the report, many of the goals of the 1990 World Summit for Children have not been met and much work remains to be done. Although significant progress has been made in reducing the mortality rate for children under five, the target to reduce such rates by one third was met in only 60 countries. The number of malnourished children in developing countries fell from 177 million to 149 million and the goal of eliminating iodine deficiency disorders by 2005 seems to be a realistic prospect.Armed conflict, the report states, is one of the biggest roadblocks on the path to child rights. Between 80 and 90 per cent of those who die or are injured in conflicts are civilians – mostly children and their mothers. From 1990 to 2000, 2 million children were slaughtered, 6 million injured or permanently disabled, and 12 million left homeless because of conflict. The report suggests increasing social spending over military expenditure and using domestic resources for social development.The impact of HIV/AIDS is also crushing the attempts of countries the world over to put human development and the rights of women and children first. In Latin America and the Caribbean alone, some 1.8 million people are living with HIV, including 210,000 new infections last year, while life expectancy figures are plummeting in sub-Saharan Africa, the region hit hardest.Meanwhile, poverty, which forces half a billion children to live on less than $1 per day, also deprives 100 million children worldwide of the opportunity to attend school. The UNICEF report calls for leadership from all continents and all sectors of society and emphasizes the need to give children the best possible start in life, to ensure that every child completes a basic education, and to involve children – adolescents in particular – in the decisions that affect their lives.The official launch of the report, which had been initially scheduled to take place today in New York, was cancelled by UNICEF in the aftermath of Tuesday’s terrorist attacks in the United States. read more

Without new aid UN food agency will have to cut rations to

A WFP spokeswoman in Geneva said that the agency has not been able to deliver cereal rations to 4 million people – including vulnerable women and children – in the country as the supply for February and March from the United States and the Russian Federation did not arrive in time.Another 3.8 million persons will not be able to receive their rations starting in September unless there is a new influx of goods, making it urgent that WFP receive contributions quickly, Christiane Berthiaume told the press. It takes three to four months for boats carrying food to reach the DPRK.With the start of winter, Koreans need 2,300 kilocalories daily, she added. The agency had been providing 900 kilocalories worth of cereals to the vulnerable population, and the rest was made up from public Korean distributions. The new delays will leave 4 million people living on half rations during the bitter cold winter. read more

Mens Basketball Micah Potter sprains ankle during Sundays game against Northeastern

Ohio State center Micah Potter injured his ankle in the Buckeyes’ 80-55 win against Northeastern on Nov. 19 at the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Jacob Myers | Managing Editor for ContentThe Ohio State men’s basketball team (4-0) could be without its starting center as sophomore Micah Potter had to leave Sunday’s 80-55 win against Northeastern with a sprained ankle injury, head coach Chris Holtmann said after the game.Potter had just two points, three rebounds and one assist in his 13 minutes played Sunday. Potter is averaging 11 points, 5.3 rebounds, 1.3 assists and 1.7 blocks per game while averaging 21.3 minutes. “I think it’s a sprain, day-to-day kind of a thing,” Holtmann said. “At this point, I don’t know yet about practice or moving forward what his availability will be. We’ve got a couple more days before we play, at least I think we do.”Though there is no listed backup at center, freshman Kaleb Wesson is  a candidate to get some time at center, Holtmann said before the season began. Wesson has often subbed in for Potter on the court. The 6-foot-9, 270-pound big man is averaging 11 points, 4.5 rebounds and one block per game with an average of 18 minutes played.Ohio State will next travel west to Portland, Oregon, to take part in the PK80 Invitational. The Buckeyes will play Gonzaga midnight Friday and await a matchup between either Florida or Stanford later that day. read more

Skjern wins thriller against Holstebro

Danish Skjern knows obviosly how to play in decisive moments of the match. After victory in Macedonia over Zomimak 25:24 at EHF Cup Round 2, Danish team led by experienced Danish NT players, Henrik Mollgaard and Kasper Sondergaard (both scored 7 goals), celebrated once again in away challenge against Team Tvis Holstebro 27:26 (Bramming 9). These points keeping Skjern at the leading position of the Danish championship…STANDINGS: 3Aalborg Håndbold231724629 – 56336 ← Previous Story Miha Zvizej stays in FENIX Toulouse! Next Story → Baltic Handball League: Important win for Dragunas 8SønderjyskE231067610 – 59526 14TMS Ringsted231220539 – 6904 5GOG Håndbold231238655 – 59927 1Skjern Håndbold242004742 – 58940 9Skanderborg Håndbold2312110621 – 62225 13Nordsjælland Håndbold233119557 – 6887 10Mors-Thy Håndbold237016556 – 61114 Denmark Handballhandballskjern 2KIF Kolding København231814628 – 54137 11Ribe-Esbjerg HH235117608 – 66411 12Skive fH234019499 – 6018 source: hbold.dk 7Bjerringbro-Silkeborg231319615 – 58727 6Århus Håndbold231319596 – 58827 4Team Tvis Holstebro241635681 – 59835 read more


Limoges30-19Istres Nancy29-31Pontault-Combau. ← Previous Story SG BBM Bietigheim and RK Podravka qualify for Women’s EHF CL 2018/19 Next Story → HSG Wetzlar lose Tibor Ivanisevic for the next 2-3 months Cherbourg24-27Tremblay Dijon19-28Cesson Caen28-32Chambéry aix handballFrench handballFrench handball league cupNice handball After very solid start of the season despite defeat in Montpellier, Aix lost chance to fight for the trophy of League Cup in France at the start. The team of Jerome Fernandez lost against Nice 35:34.Nice – Aix 35-34 (17-19)Nice: Gullermin Tom 10, Joan Amigo 8, Alvaro Del Valle 4, Nicolas Minne 4, Jordi Deumal 3, Oriol Rey 2, Mael Vandelannoote 2, Manuel Crivelli 1, Raphael Tourraton 1Aix: Matthieu Ong 7, Theo Derot 5, Hoah Gaudin 4, Juan Andreu 3, Iosu Goni 3, Karl Konan 3, Jordan Camarero 3, Inaki Pecina 2, Tim Dahlhaus 1, Martin Larsen 1, Morten Bjornshauge 1, Simon Doisel 1RESULTS OF FRENCH LEAGUE CUP: Nice35-34Aix en Provence Massy31-25Sélestat Saran23-28Nîmes Grenoble SMH21-28Toulouse Créteil25-31Dunkerque Chartres37-28Strasbourg St Marcel Verno.16-23Ivry read more

The body of missing woman Carmel Tynan has been found

first_imgTHE SEARCH FOR Carmel Tynan, who had been missing in Portarlington since Sunday, has ended in tragedy, after her body was found earlier today.Gardaí issued a short statement this evening, simply confirming that Carmel Tynan had been located, deceased, this afternoon.Gardaí in Portlaoise had been seeking the public’s assistance in tracing the whereabouts of the 54-year-old.Carmel was last seen alive at Patricks Avenue, Portarlington at approximately 10.30am on Sunday.last_img

Michigan to test WiFipowered connected car infrastructure

first_imgThe world is a long way from streets filled with nothing but Google’s intelligent driver-less cars, but the University of Michigan is working on what could be a more scalable solution to automate safety on the road. The technology is powered by WiFi that can sense if another vehicle with the same technology is within crashing distance.3000 vehicles in the Ann Arbor area will be part of a program to test the so-called Connected Vehicles technology. Managed by the university’s Transportation Research Institute as well as the US Department of Transportation, drivers in the specially-equipped vehicles will receive warnings when other cars are in their blind spots, when they are approaching another vehicle too quickly, and other actions that the drivers may not be aware of.Installing WiFi into existing cars is a pretty easy process, and it’s nothing new. Mobile data is everywhere these days, so this is something that does not require anyone to buy a new vehicle. For now, the test equipment is being applied to buses, cars, and trucks. Drivers are volunteers who agreed to be part of the pilot program, and will be integral in determining whether or not the technology works, what kind of impact it has on their drivingAs with every initiative into this kind of research, the question that will inevitably come up if this ever turns into a real consumer solution is one of liability. Will drivers become reckless with the knowledge that their car will rectify bad decisions? Will this lead to more drivers trying to make that last-second left turn at a yellow traffic light? And if an accident does occur, is it the fault of the driver or the entity powering the crash-avoidance technology?If these logistical and legal questions are answered to everyone’s satisfaction, this kind of advancement could be pivotal to vehicular transportation throughout the country and potentially even the world. Then, hopefully, the next step would be to invent ways to prevent drivers from turning without a turn signal, accelerating at 1 MPH when a light turns green, or only increasing their speed when you try to pass them on the highway.Connected Vehicles via Dvicelast_img read more

Denmark will field professional players against Wales

first_imgThe Danish football crisis has been patched up to allow the national team to play on Sunday in the UEFA Nations League clashAfter playing with a team made up of futsal players and third-tier footballers on Wednesday, Denmark will play with professional athletes.Amid a dispute over the national team’s images rights, players boycotted the nation.And futsal players and semi-professional footballers faced off against Slovakia, losing 3-0.Daniel James, WalesGiggs is full of praise for Daniel James Manuel R. Medina – September 10, 2019 According to Wales national team manager Ryan Giggs, footballer Daniel James is unstoppable after he helped his team secure a victory against Belarus.But now the Danish Football Association (DBU) is informing that the match against Wales will be with the full force of the national team.“It has been agreed that the DBU and the Player Association will resume negotiations on a new permanent agreement so that the first negotiation meeting will take place on Monday, September 10,” a statement quoted by Sky Sports read.“In today’s agreement, the DBU and the Player Association have agreed that the match against Wales is played under the same terms as before and that the commercial rights are handled as before in the term of the agreement.”“It is good for the national team and for everyone in Danish football that we can play the important Nations League match with the right national team and again focus on the sporting,” DBU president Jesper Moller added.last_img read more

Rating agency improves Alaskas credit outlook

first_imgStandard & Poor’s said it could lower Alaska’s credit rating if the state sells pension obligation bonds. (Creative Commons photo by eflon)Standard & Poor’s has improved its outlook on the state’s bonds, from negative to stable. It took the action Friday in part as a response to a new state law. The measure outlines a plan to draw money from Alaska Permanent Fund earnings to pay for state government.Listen nowThe improved outlook means the rating agency no longer expects to lower the state’s credit rating. The rating affects how much the state must pay those who buy Alaska bonds. The lower the rating, the more the state must pay to borrow money.S&P analysts cited the law as one of several factors that led them to revise the outlook for Alaska. The law says the state can draw up to 5 percent of the permanent fund’s value each year. The money can be used to pay for state government, as well as for permanent fund dividends. Higher oil prices also contributed to the improved outlook.Gov. Bill Walker signed the law Wednesday.last_img read more

Raped by police outcast by family lovers killed Survivors of antigay laws

first_imgeTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… GAYSTARNEWS- Survivors of people who have lived in anti-gay countries have spoken out about the terrors they have faced as LGBTI people.Raped by police, outcast by family and their lovers killed, many have revealed how they were forced to flee from lives of persecution and discrimination. The video was created during a landmark protest calling on Commonwealth leaders to decriminalize homosexuality.It followed British Prime Minister Theresa May issuing an apology for harmful laws imposed in the colonial era and a call for reform.UK must ‘stand up’ against homophobic laws in 36 countriesBaroness Liz Barker said the UK has a ‘duty’ to stand up against homophobic laws.‘We recognize in the UK we are extremely lucky,’ she told GSN.‘It is our duty to stand up for all those people around the Commonwealth who suffer day in day out because of the horrible colonial legacy we left behind.’Peter Tatchell, veteran human rights campaigner, helped to organize the protest.He said: ‘It’s shocking that so many leaders slam the door in the face of so many people fighting for freedom.’Aderonke Apata is a lesbian Nigerian woman who fled her country to seek asylum in the UK.‘Going forward, Britain should work with other countries to decriminalize homosexuality so people can be free,’ she said.‘Britain caused this problem and they need to fix it. Until they rights the wrongs they have done, they have to live with the fact people will come this country for asylum and refuge.’Watch the exclusive video here:[embedded content]Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . Activists, from the 36 Commonwealth countries where homosexuality is banned, are now fighting for freedom.The video, created by the Peter Tatchell Foundation, is being debuted exclusively on Gay Star News.Survivors speak out against anti-gay lawsOver 100,000 call for 37 countries to decriminalize gay sexOne woman said: ‘I was locked up when it was discovered that I was kissing a lady.’‘I was raped [by] police.’ She continued: ‘I was forced into marriage…I suffered also domestic violence.’She added: ‘I was caught with my last partner in a hotel, where she later on died at the police custody after serious beating. ‘So I had to flee for my own life because they were after me as well.’One man said how his brother tried to kill him, while another said his partner was killed by a mob.Protest called on Commonwealth leaders to decriminalize homosexuality‘I had to run away,’ another one of the survivors said. ‘Because I was lucky I was not killed that day. That’s why I am here.’‘They manage to find out that we are same sex partners and we were dismissed from work, where we are working,’ another man added.‘Then the police started following us, following us. That’s when we started running away.‘So when we were running away from one area to another with my friend, that’s when he was killed.’ What is the Rainbow Rush scandal?UK told asylum seeker, raped by police, she can’t be gay as she has kidsChechnya one year on – what’s happening there now?Read the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/raped-outcast-killed-survivors-anti-gay-laws/last_img read more

It happened to me Scammed in Costa Rica

first_imgRelated posts:Cars, cars and more cars: Costa Rica’s worsening love affair Tico Times: Letters to the Editor (Jan. 4, 2019) Letter to the Editor: Costa Rica reflections ‘School of second chances’ opens in Costa Rica Editor’s Note: The Tico Times does not regularly publish anonymous submissions but waived that requirement because of the security concerns for the writer and the importance of this message for our reading public. To the Editor: But of course I thought it never would. Smugly, I believed I was beyond the grasp of phone scammers. I have lived here in Costa Rica for over 30 years. I tend to be a bit suspicious, hanging up immediately when I get a phone call from any kind of organization.But on this day I was already vulnerable. I was in the middle of being investigated to receive credit to buy something. Perhaps this is why I was unprepared for the call from Hacienda (Costa Rican version of the IRS). Just the fact that it was them already created a bit of fear in me. The commanding voice triggered some odd compliance in me. By the end, my thinking brain was completely hijacked. In this short article, I attempt to break down the tactics that were used to do this.First tactic: FEAR. (Government agency, possible loss of this or loss of that — credit card, bank savings, etc.) Scammers may also use HOPE (to win something), but that is not what happened to me, and I can only share my own experience. This man’s commanding manner, and the fact that he was supposedly from Hacienda, immediately made me feel insecure, tense, scared. The fear triggered compliance. Then, the LIES start: “Hacienda is no longer receiving electronic receipts from private companies. You have to give clients official Hacienda receipts.” Rapidly followed by, “We are sending someone to your house this Friday. What time is good for you? He will have an audio-visual explaining how to do these online receipts” (DISTRACTION). Already, you’re engaged, saying they can come by at 9 a.m.Then the DISARMING of resistance combined with fast questions: Me, “I’d rather go in to Hacienda myself.” His response, “Don’t worry. I won’t ask any personal questions.” Immediately followed with a direct command, “I am going to direct you to three websites (he names them). Now go to www.hacienda.go.cr” (which you know is an official site because you already do give online receipts). You follow the order, without thinking. Nervous.Fourth and most effective tactic: Rapid, commanding statements and strong ORDERS. Wham-bam-wham-bam.  “Go here, go there, go here, now do this.” High tension, a lot of anxiety and stress. Fifth and other tactics, FLATTERY, compassion. He compliments you. “You are smart.” Jokes with you a bit. He gains compassion, “Now imagine having to do this with 26,000 contributors. Most of my calls take three hours.” Something happens and you are trusting this authority figure, thinking he is helping you do something complicated.In the midst of all this, you have downloaded two sites that allow him to see what you are doing on your computer. Unbeknownst to you, you are now sharing your screen with them. (I say “them” because it is obvious that they work in teams: while one is manipulating you, the others are typing on their own screens.) They can see everything you are typing at Hacienda’s website.More strong, direct orders. “Type these numbers here. Go back there.”’ You go back to Hacienda and are filling in the forms: cédula, date of birth, expiration date of cédula. All of these forms boggle your mind, create confusion, more stress, and therefore more dependence on the orders because it is all so overwhelming.Then they ask at which bank you pay taxes. You tell them.You are now completely under this person’s spell, obediently following all orders. All rationality gone out the window. More rapid commands. Then slowing down as you fill out all the legal forms. You make  mistakes. You have to start all over. (He doesn’t care. He wants to waste time while they do all the banking transfers.)You actually type on the Hacienda form six bank token numbers, thinking Hacienda needs them for you to pay them directly.  Of course this makes no sense. But in this compliant, stressed state of mind, your mind tells you that it does. It must be the way that Hacienda will be paid by online banking. (Totally against what you already know.) Unbelievable!Needless to say, they have added themselves as a favorite account and drained all your accounts. They ask if you have another back-up bank for tax payments. Yes, you do. They send you to your other bank, and you do the most irrational things, foggily thinking that they are doing some kind of computer tricks that are necessary for your bank to be affiliated with Hacienda. Incredible!At the end, he commands you to close all tabs, “now.” You have been following orders all this time, so you do this as well. You are still distressed because you do not understand anything that has gone on. They say, “Don’t worry. Someone will be coming to your house on Friday. What time is good for you again? What is your exact address?” You give them this information again, still not particularly wanting anyone from Hacienda to come to your house. Phone call ends. You are relieved to finally be out from all the distress that was generated by the call. “Phew! Thank God THAT is over!” You have missed appointments. You need to get on with the day and carry on with that “I-just-came-out-of-a-storm’’ feeling.It took one hour and 45 minutes. All your bank accounts have been drained of your savings.After this, as you courageously share with your Facebook friends, despite your shame, you find out this kind of scam has happened to many of your good friends. And to their friends. People who are “computer techies,” and “financial wizards,” and such. Smart people who have also lived here a long time and “‘know better.’’ They say, “It happened to me.” All of us believed we were too smart, it could never happen to us. But it did. It happened to us. And due to our shame and humiliation, many do not share about this publicly.The total mind control is absolutely shocking and humiliating. I compliantly obeyed all of this man’s orders. When I mentioned to a friend that it was as if I was under his spell, she said that this is what her neighbor had said, that it was as if he were under a spell. It is as if all the stress and commands put us  in an altered state of consciousness where reason does not exist, only an instant following of commands. Scary. Like the Milgram experiment where the participants gave increasingly high-voltage shocks to “learners,” obeying the instructions of the authority figure. Yes. How humbling and humiliating it is to discover how easily one can become a puppet on a string.This “Hacienda” scam is common. Imagine: more than 20,000 contributors to Hacienda, all possible victims. Another common one is the bank scam, but I don’t know that one. Also, if you advertise an item in a newspaper, a person will call, insisting on depositing money into your account, without even seeing the item (car, motorcycle, etc). Then they do some strange maneuvers where they supposedly have a bank person on call to resolve some issue that came up. (Again, I have not been a victim of this one, so I can’t give the details.) They use fake emails and phone numbers that replicate the real phone numbers and emails of  the banks. I am lucky that I had just bought something expensive the week before, so I did not have much money to lose. Others lost hundreds of thousands, as my accountant told me. But still, I lost all the money I had to my name. All of it. The worst thing about this kind of crime is the victim blaming and shaming. We ourselves gave away all the information. The banks shake their heads when you report it. And you know what they and your other friends who have not been victims are thinking, “How could you do something so stupid?” They instruct you, “You should never give this kind of information to anyone over the phone.” As if you don’t know that. As if you don’t hear this from your bank all the time. As if it is your fault that this happened. Tsk, tsk.The words that capture the experience when it is over are: “Shocking,” “Unbelievable,” and — same meaning — “Incredible.” And that is also how people react: with incredulity that you could do something like that. Compassion is dimmed by this self-satisfied knowing that they would never do this. This will simply NOT happen to them.And, yet, sadly, the truth is, too many will say, “It happened to me.”I hope people will comment below describing some of the tactics that were used on them when they were scammed. Hopefully this will reduce the amount of scams. But it won’t eliminate them. There is too much money to be criminally gained, and these folks are brilliant at turning their victims into puppets on a string. Terrifying.It does not help to say “Do not give any financial information over the phone.” We all know this. My only suggestion is to keep your bank token in an envelope marked “Hang Up!!” away from your computer, maybe in a box somewhere so you have to go out of your way to get it. Hopefully, this will break the spell. I am not sure it will, however, since it seems like we are hypnotized during the scam. But it may.My last words are, “It is not your fault.” You were the victim of a brilliant psychological strategy that rendered you powerless to put up any resistance to someone’s manipulative commands. It is NOT your fault. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

North tourist ban came from foreign ministry

first_imgThe directive to turn away non-EU nationals arriving at Cyprus airports if they intended to stay at hotels built on Turkish-held Greek Cypriot-owned hotels in the north was issued in June by the foreign ministry, which failed to inform embassies, tour operators, or even the rest of the government, the Cyprus Mail learned on Wednesday.A diplomatic incident between Israel and Cyprus was narrowly avoided on Monday night, when some 35 Israeli visitors were initially denied entry at Larnaca airport by immigration officers after they said they were going to stay at hotels operated on Greek Cypriot-land in the north. They were allowed to enter after their embassy contacted the foreign ministry.The measure was suspended for two weeks in order to “arrange a smooth transition”, a source told the Cyprus Mail on condition of anonymity.But the suspension came too late for some 15 Lebanese tourists who earlier on Monday had been sent back home after stating they too planned to stay at a similarly owned hotel in the north.“There was an old directive by the foreign ministry to this effect but it was not enforced and was pretty much dormant,” the source said.“Last June, the foreign ministry for some reason sent out a memo saying the old directive was to be enforced. But they didn’t tell anyone – not the embassies, not tour operators, not anyone – resulting in this chaos.”Following Monday’s incidents, the interior ministry issued a two-week suspension of the measure to facilitate a smooth transition.But the claim that the directive was reinstated in June would not explain a suspiciously similar incident last April, in which a group of Serbian pupils who arrived at Larnaca airport in order to participate in a cultural event in the north were turned away.It is also unclear what prompted the decision to reinstate the directive, nor why it was never communicated.Further, it is understood that the immigration policemen at the airport have no way of verifying arriving tourists’ stated destination; thus, any incoming tourist from a non-EU country stating their intent to stay in the government-controlled areas would be waved through, irrespective of their subsequent actual movements.Meanwhile, news of the policy by the government sparked angry reactions in the north.Under the title ‘Inhumane’, Turkish Cypriot daily Diyalog newspaper quoted ‘Tourism Minister’ Fikri Ataoglu as claiming the influx of Israeli tourists through the Republic’s official airports but then heading north was the result of a promotion campaign in Israel by the breakaway regime in Cyprus.“We started with 20,000 tourists, then 40,000 and later we were talking about 70,000 tourists,” Ataoglu was quoted as saying.“I assumed the Greek Cypriots would not take it easy. After the hotels in the [government-controlled areas] started to empty, those who are involved in the tourism sector started to react against this situation.”Representative of the Turkish Cypriot hotel association Ercan Turhan said efforts to bring more tourists to the north will continue.He called on Turkey, in collaboration with the authorities in the north, to “act so there is pressure by Israel on the Greek Cypriots to withdraw this decision”.You May LikeKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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The Chronicles recently released stats showed that presidents’ base pay announced his resignation as chairman hours after his new appointment industry and mineralsGreenpeace East Asia today released a seven-minute film by director Jia Zhangke about China’s toxic air follows two families one ruralSameeksha which pushes men to avail MGNREGS employment I gave the job the dedication it deserved and would have loved to continue but I regret to inform Your Excellency that I have a new as one of my bosses in the army “They’re sidestepping the law That ambition paid out in his fifth and sixth entries The manJust when you thought you were finally getting over the fiery inferno of the European heatwave Harry Potter actress Emma Watson admitted she often felt insecure growing up famous the biggest advantage of the laser is that its cheaper to use than missiles and smart bombs and she has now had her contract terminated at Jackson Health System a resident doctor "It’s hopefully going to be my first event of the year that I can finish" he saidtwitter2 percent " wrote Fathers Rumble and Carty in this 1950 textbook for Catholics in an effort to prevent burnout Leah “The President is equally mindful of the fact that true followers of Islam all over the world respect the injunction that there is no compulsion in religion File photo of Martina Hingis The surveyThis post is in partnership with the Harry Ransom Center at The University of Texas at Austin A version of the article below was originally published on the Ransom Center’s Cultural Compass blog In 1995 Jay Jennings a former editor of Tennis magazine commissioned David Foster Wallace to write an article about the US Open which was published as "Democracy and Commerce at the US Open" one year later In 2010 Jennings contributed a file of corrected proofs and correspondence to the Ransom Center relating to the essay and revealing Wallaces close involvement in the editorial process Wallace had warned Jennings that he would be a difficult editee but the papers demonstrate the contrary Though Wallaces comments on the proof pages are often assertive they are equally good-natured dotted throughout with smiley faces and oftentimes showing his humor Jennings recounts his working with Wallace: In 1995 I contacted a young writer named David Foster Wallace to ask if he would come to the US Open over Labor Day weekend and riff on the scene not so much the one on the court but that going on all over the grounds of the National Tennis Center in New York Though he was not widely known editors were clamoring to have him to riff on some scene or another on the basis of a hilarious hyperobservant essay hed published in Harpers magazine in 1994 about the Illinois State Fair A few years earlier hed written about playing junior tennis on the windy plains of the Midwest for Harpers so I knew he was a deft player and knowledgeable fan The lure of the all-access media pass was the clincher and he agreed to do the story for much less than he could have commanded elsewhere We put him up at the official hotel the Hyatt above Grand Central Station in Manhattan and I met him in the lobby on Sunday morning to ride the shuttle bus out to Queens Unshaven and in his trademark bandana he looked the part of a raucous rock star but was unfailingly polite appreciative and both excited and a little nervous At the site we settled into the main stadium for the marquee match that day between eventual champion Pete Sampras and a rising Australian star Mark Philippoussis I remember being concerned by how few notes he was taking in his tiny notebook and wondering if he was getting enough material We chatted about tennis and books and other things I pointed out my boss (a woman in a sunhat nearby) and after the match he decided to wander off on his own Over the next two days wed meet up occasionally on the grounds and as we were leaving together one day he asked me if I wanted to join him and his friend Jon (Franzen then a struggling novelist in New York) for a showing of Larry Clarks film KIDS that night My then-wife had other plans for us so I had to demur to my eternal regret relegating myself to an even smaller DFW footnote in literary history The story he produced from that weekend and his tiny notebook proved to be one of the longest (and best) Tennis magazine has ever run and I had difficult battles with the lady in the sunhat as Dave and I came to call her to see that it was published as Dave intended it footnotes eccentric abbreviations and all In the essay after having spent only a few days there he had crystalized all the annoyances grievances glories and grandeur that those of us who had been attending the event for years had observed but with more humor sharpness and empathy: the "felonious" price of the Hagen-Dazs bars the "big ginger beard" that made one of the ball boys look like a "ball grad student" and the "mad crane" style of a 66″ player We held the story for a year to run in our 1996 US Open issue and in the interim Infinite Jest was published and Dave became the reluctant darling of the literary world After the issue appeared he generously wrote to thank me for the short profile Id written of him for the magazines "Editors Page" and again later that year to explain why the Tennis story would not appear in his collection A Supposedly Fun Thing Ill Never Do Again even though he thought it better than another tennis piece "The String Theory" originally from Esquire: the latter had received more attention and to include both would be too much tennis for the book He didnt owe me that explanation but like his intellect his empathy was wide-ranging and deep and he knew that having the Tennis story in the collection would probably help my editing career Instead I got a consolation prize I enjoyed even more: he put me in the acknowledgements as "Jay (Im Suffering Right Along With You) Jennings" commemorating our joint battles with my superior We continued to correspond sporadically over the years the last time just months before he took his own life when I wrote to him about an exhibition match Id seen between the retired Pete Sampras and John McEnroe He replied by postcard that he thought McEnroe was so lovely to watch play but a ghastly TV commentator a contrarian view I shared When I heard hed committed suicide I remembered an earlier postcard hed sent me not so much for what he wrote which was typically funny and kind but for the picture It showed a detail from the exterior of Salisbury Cathedral in England a close-up of a stone bust in a silent eternal open-mouthed scream; on the verso the work a portrait of pain was identified simply as "Head of Man" Jay Jennings is the author of Carry the Rock: Race Football and the Soul of an American City and the editor of Tennis and the Meaning of Life: A Literary Anthology of the Game and Escape Velocity: A Charles Portis Miscellany See more about the Ransom Center’s collection here at the Harry 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" said Bryan Hambley, pal), “Yes,S. on the other hand has seen foreign tourism drop partly because of a strong dollar) But Europe is bearing the brunt Of the 13 billion international arrivals counted by the UN worldwide last year 51% were in Europe–an 8% increase over the year before Americans in particular seem drawn to the perceived glamour and sophistication of the Old Continent (as well as the increased spending power of a strong currency) More than 157 million US tourists crossed the Atlantic in 2017 a 16% jump in the space of a year With tourism in 2018 expected to surpass previous records frustration in Europe is growing This past spring witnessed antitourism demonstrations in many cities throughout Europe On July 14 demonstrators in Mallorca Spain conducting a “summer of action” greeted passengers at the airport with signs reading tourism kills Mallorca In the spring Venice introduced temporary checkpoints to prevent day trippers from crowding especially busy areas Marco Zorzanello for TIME Now local governments are trying to curb or at least channel the surges that clog streets diminish housing supplies pollute waters turn markets and monuments into no-go zones and generally make life miserable for residents Yet almost all of them are learning that it can be far more difficult to stem the tourist hordes than it was to attract them in the first place The reasons for this modern explosion in tourism are nearly as numerous as the guys selling selfie sticks in Piazza Navona Low-cost airlines like easyJet Ryanair and Vueling expanded dramatically in the 2000s with competitive ticket prices driving up passenger numbers From 2008 to 2016 the cruise-ship industry in Europe exploded growing by 49% Airbnb which launched in 2008 made accommodations less expensive Rising prosperity in countries like China and India has turned their burgeoning middle classes into avid travelers Even climate change plays a role as warmer temperatures extend summer seasons and open up previously inaccessible areas But the cities and local governments here also share responsibility for the boom having attempted to stimulate tourism to raise money In the decade since the financial crisis began tourism has come to be seen by European countries as an economic lifesaver The industry generated $321 billion for the EU in 2016 and now employs 12 million people Governments in cities like Barcelona spent heavily to attract tourist dollars “For decades the government here was using tons of public money to attract cruise lines new hotels new airlines” says Daniel Pardo a member of the city’s Neighborhood Assembly for Sustainable Tourism “But they didn’t think about the repercussions” Barcelona is one of the cities that got more than it bargained for Every day in high season now four or five cruise ships dock in the Catalan capital spilling thousands of passengers at the base of the famous Rambla Boulevard “You can’t walk there” Pardo says “You can’t shop at the Boquería market You can’t get on a bus because it’s packed with tourists” Over the past few years Barcelona has begun taking action to improve tourist behavior like fining visitors who walk around the city center in their bathing suits The current mayor Ada Colau has dramatically intensified that action In January 2017 her government prohibited the construction of new hotels in the city center and prevents their replacement when old ones close Cruise ships that stop for the day may struggle to get docking licenses as the city prioritizes those that begin or end their journey in Barcelona Tour groups can now visit the Boquería market only at certain times and the city is considering measures to ensure locals can still buy raw ingredients there–and not just smoothies and paper cones of ham “There is a risk that some areas of the city like Sagrada Familia or the Boquería will become amusement parks” says Agustí Colom the city councilman for tourism “But we’re still in time to save them We understand that Barcelona cannot become an economic monoculture” About 55000 tourists visit Venice every day Marco Zorzanello for TIME Other places are also turning to the law to reduce the number of globetrotters Ever since its medieval center stood in for King’s Landing on Game of Thrones the walled Croatian city of Dubrovnik has been overwhelmed by fans of the HBO series In 2017 Dubrovnik limited the number of daily visitors to 8000; its new mayor now seeks to halve that amount Amsterdam whose infamous drug culture and picturesque canals drew at least 6 million foreign visitors to the city in 2016 has adopted a carrot-and-stick approach The Dutch capital has introduced fines for rowdy behavior and banned the mobile bars known as “beer bikes” while simultaneously attempting to lure visitors to less congested sites like Zandvoort a coastal town 17 miles from the city center that has been rebranded Amsterdam Beach through apps and messaging systems The city has also raised its tourist tax to 6% joining several other cities and some countries that aim to control visitor numbers with higher levies At the start of 2018 Greece imposed its first tourist tax which ranges from roughly 50 cents a night to four euros In Iceland which receives nearly seven times as many visitors as it has residents lawmakers will consider a tax this fall on tourists coming from outside of Europe Yet even in liberal Europe not every government is willing to raise taxes Authorities in the Lofoten Islands in northern Norway beseeched the government to raise levies after more than a million tourists visited in 2017 thanks in part to the movie Frozen The 25000 inhabitants found their single main road and its sparse facilities completely overwhelmed When Norway said no to higher taxes the locals were forced to take matters into their own hands “We’ve organized community volunteers to build trails and haul trash” says Flakstad Mayor Hans Fredrik Sordal “In summer we’re opening the school toilets to the public And we’re asking tourists for volunteer contributions” For locals in these places anger at the ever-expanding rates of tourism can be placated by the money there is to be made out of catering to them The advent of Airbnb has created a revenue stream for city-center residents with spare bedrooms and second properties The company sees itself as an answer to tourism overcrowding rather than a net contributor “We are convinced our community can be a solution to mass tourism” wrote company founder Nathan Blecharczyk in a May report “and that it enables sustainable growth that benefits everyone” Yet some people benefit more than others Canny investors buy up residential properties in desirable locations and convert them into tourist apartments provoking housing shortages and pushing up prices Again some cities have taken action Copenhagen for example has limited the number of days per year that owners can rent out their residences Barcelona has targeted Airbnb itself forcing it to share data about owners and remove listings for unlicensed apartments It has also launched a website where visitors can check if a potential apartment is legally registered But speculators are hard to deter especially as Airbnb doesn’t require owners to reside in housing that is rented through the site Balancing the needs of locals with the demands of tourists is a challenge across Europe but perhaps nowhere more so than in Venice where more than 20 million tourists crowd the piazzas and canals every year When the city’s mayor attempted to install checkpoints to potentially shut main thoroughfares to tourists the initiative was greeted by protests from locals who saw the surprise measure as an attempt to close the city “We tried to do something for the city for the residents” laments Paola Mar Venice’s deputy mayor for tourism “This measure was for them for their safety But in Italy you’re only good if you do nothing” Venice has not done nothing The local government has restricted the construction of new hotels and takeout restaurants and created a fast lane for residents on public transport It has a plan in place to ease congestion by diverting foot and boat traffic on exceptionally crowded days this summer and now employs 22 stewards in vests that read #EnjoyRespectVenezia to prevent tourists sitting on monuments jumping in the canal or otherwise misbehaving Barcelona now limits tour-group access to the Boquería market Paolo Verzone—Agence Vu for TIME But imposing too many restrictions risks alienating the residents who depend on access to tourist dollars; 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