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New Delhi, Jul 2 (PTI) The 101-member Indian police contingent, which returned with a record breaking haul of 321 medals from the 17th World Police and Fire Games in the United States, was felicitated by Union Home Minister Rajnath Singh here today.The contingent bagged 151 gold, 99 silver and 71 bronze medals in seven events, said Director of Intelligence Bureau Rajiv Jain, who is also the chairman of the All India Police Sports Control Board.It is a rarest of the rare occasion where each team member has won a medal irrespective of individual or relay events in which they participated, he said.Addressing the athletes, the home minister encouraged the police sportspersons to double the medals tally during the next World Police & Fire Games at Chengdu in China. In these games, about 8,000 sportspersons from 68 countries from all over the world took part in 83 events and the Indian police contingent participated only in seven sports events — athletics, archery, wrestling, boxing, judo, swimming and shooting and gave their best performance breaking earlier records.Singh said the central government has raised the prize money for the medal winners. An amount of Rs 50,000 has been sanctioned for winners of gold medal, Rs 45,000 for silver and Rs 40,000 for bronze medals along with a certificate of participation in each event. PTI ACB ACB SNESNE
Transfers Bayern confirm Douglas Costa will join Juventus permanently in €46m deal Goal Last updated 1 year ago 04:17 11/25/17 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(2) Getty Images Transfers Juventus Bayern München Serie A Bundesliga The Serie A will pay the remaining €40 million to activate their option to buy the 27-year-old Brazilian despite his limited role so far Karl-Heinz Rummenigge has confirmed Douglas Costa will join Juventus next summer in a deal that worth €46 million.The attacker was loaned to Juve in the close-season for €6m with the Serie A side holding an option to buy him for a further €40m.Juve 18/1 for Champions League title Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player Costa is yet to break into the first-team at the Turin giants, having started just five of his 10 Serie A appearances.However, the reigning Italian champions will spend the full fee to take him on a permanent deal at the end of the campaign, as Bayern CEO Rummenigge confirmed at the club’s annual general meeting.”Douglas Costa joined Juventus on loan last summer,” he said. “At the same time he will definitively join Juventus next summer for €46m overall.” Bayern have taken a six-point lead at the top of the Bundesliga after reappointing Jupp Heynckes as Carlo Ancelotti’s successor.Although the Italian was sacked early in the season, Rummenigge took time to thank him for his work at the club.”I want to thank Carlo Ancelotti. He is a good person and a very good coach,” he said. “We became German champions together, but sometimes a successful coach and a successful club do not fit together.”The decision to sack him so early in the season was not easy, but professionally necessary. When I told him the decision, Carlo said: ‘Okay, you are not my boss anymore, but you stay my friend.’ That’s something which is rare. I wish him and his team all the best.”
On this, World Water Day, Minister of Environment Sterling Belliveau is reminding Nova Scotians that water is a precious resource in need of our protection and stewardship. “Canadians have the second highest rate of water usage in the world,” said Mr. Belliveau. “Nova Scotians need to work together to protect water sources and use water in a sustainable way.” As part of Canada Water Week, the first Council of the Federation Excellence in Water Stewardship award was presented in each province and territory. Nova Scotia’s award went to the Clean Annapolis River Project, whose volunteers and staff have been educating communities along the Annapolis River on water protection and conservation for 23 years. In addition, the Centre for Water Resources Studies at Dalhousie University received the Excellence in Water Stewardship award from Nunavut for work on wastewater research in the territory. “The Clean Annapolis River Project and the Centre for Water Resources Studies are both deserving of recognition for their contribution to protecting and conserving our water resources,” said Mr. Belliveau. “I offer them congratulations and thanks for their leadership.” Nova Scotia also released its update for 2012 on its water strategy, released in 2010. The report is available at: http://dev.novascotia.ca/nse/water/default.asp.
Facebook Advertisement “How to Kill Friends and Influence People,” co-written by Michelle Lovretta and Jeremy Boxen and directed by Peter Stebbings, was a jam-packed finale and there’s a lot we’re still digesting. Thankfully Killjoys creator and showrunner Lovretta was able to join us one last time this season to break down that finale and look ahead to Season 3. She shares some of her plans for the future and lets us know whether we’ve truly seen the last of beloved characters such as Pawter and Khlyen.The TV Junkies: There was so much to digest in this finale, but since this is Dutch’s show let’s start there. While the team was able to stop the Black Root’s takeover of the Quad, Aneela is still out there. So for Season 3 are we headed for a Dutch vs. Aneela showdown?Michelle Lovretta: Dutch vs Dutch: the Dutchening? Ok, yes, I already have a lot of baby hopes and wishes in store for Season 3, and I think you can tell from the way we constructed the finale what I’m hoping for: a glittering, gleeful head on collision between Aneela and Dutch. I want to really explode the secrets and lies between the two of them, and get at the truth. It’s not what you think. Advertisement Advertisement Login/Register With: *** Warning: This article contains major spoilers for the Killjoys Season 2 finale episode “How to Kill Friends and Influence People” ***OK take some deep breaths Killjoys fans because if you’re anything like us you’re going to need a minute (or five!) to recover from that Season 2 finale episode. The mystery of the green plasma that has plagued the team all season long finally was revealed and with the surprising help of Khlyen (Rob Stewart), Dutch (Hannah John-Kamen) and the Jaqobis brothers were able to save the Quad from a Black Root takeover. Yes, Aneela may be thwarted for now, but now that Killjoys has been renewed for Season 3 it certainly seems like she and Dutch are headed for one hell of a showdown.Will Dutch be down one Jaqobis in this fight since John (Aaron Ashmore), still reeling from Pawter’s (Sarah Power) death, was headed to parts unknown with Clara (Stephanie Leonidas) when we last saw him? He’s surely got a lot to figure out after unexpectedly shooting Delle Seyah (Mayko Nguyen) in that back alley of Old Town. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Twitter
Analysis, critique, and birth of potential public policies in cradles of higher education ought to be a norm and not a threat. The Central University of Kerala’s proposition to streamline research in the favour of ‘national priority’ is at the cost of innovation coming from free thinking. Arguably, this runs counter to national interest of any constructive consequence. If Ph.D. scholars are not free to choose their area of study when that also is decided by the government, whose interest does this national agenda serve? Selecting from a shelf of topics prepared by each department, the purpose of undertaking a study at an individual level is rather manipulative on a larger level and exploitative in essence. Why is a student’s capacity for selecting a relevant area of study doubted? Not only is this censoring free intellectual pursuit, it also reeks of malicious intentions considering where this is coming from – a Central university in a place where the Central government had hardly any say. It appears more like a desperate attempt of the Centre to mark its influence in any manner whatsoever. The alleged saffronisation of education is, conversely, a matter of national concern. A direct bearing of this will be the marginalised communities: the circular regarding research topics potentially muffles the voices of several marginalised communities. Any research undertaken in the areas of LGBTQ or Dalit or Tribal, for instance, will require explicit expression, elaborate discussion, and unhindered pursuit. These counter-Right wing occupations are what make many in positions of authority uncomfortable. When students (and people) are aware and informed about a lot of things, they can easily rise to challenge the government. Also Read – A compounding difficultyTo concern oneself with matters of national priorities is explained to be areas pertaining to the economy, technology, food security, and social issues. Let us scrutinise this: are technology, food, security, economic well-being only the prerogative of some? If all Indians are equally entitled to these, then the marginalised communities are either cut-off altogether, or integrated in the mainstream – which is most unlikely. Further, there is a dire need to understand that studies and research in social sciences are what add value to progress in areas of natural sciences and economy. Without a robust social system, a technologically advanced country with a well-to-do economy will only widen the gap between the haves and the have-nots. The freedom to express must not be curtailed. The freedom of expression of artists and academia should be held sacrosanct. With respect to the national context, the Constitution encourages the inculcation of a scientific temper. Streamlining education is a most unscientific thing to do.
Rabat – The Moroccan economy has shown remarkable resilience throughout the 2008-2009 worldwide financial crisis and the European economic slowdown, according to a recently published report by the Mediterranean Co-Production Observatory. The report notes that the Kingdom has emerged from the recent international economic shocks practically unscathed. Good harvests and the resistance of national demand explain the economic stability of Morocco.The document, entitled “Co-production in Morocco: context, achievements and prospects”, specifies that even in 2011, while an unstable Tunisia going through the Arab Spring saw its GDP decline, Moroccan economic growth rebounded and flew above the average of countries in the south and east Mediterranean. GDP growth, stable at around 4% since 2010, is expected to continue its gradual upward trend towards the 6% by the end of the decade, stated the report, adding that “political stability and reforms undertaken over the past 10 years seem to have made Morocco a safe haven within a Mediterranean space swept by uncertainty.” The report presents a thorough analysis of the resilience of the Moroccan economy. It explains that transformations of the productive apparatus have resulted in a rise in the range of value chains. In particular, this has enabled a rebalancing of external trade and a better distribution of wealth creation among partners. The report adds that the Moroccan economy can thus produce a wider and more complex range of products, taking advantage of the increase in final consumption expenditure generated by these higher value-added activities and the emergence of middle classes.Moreover, the report highlights how these developments took place in a context of integration of Morocco within Europe and sub-Saharan Africa, allowing the Kingdom to capitalize on growth drivers in each area. The Moroccan economy, which has become more autonomous due to its diversity and tertiarization, is ideally positioned to benefit from value chains of the North and exploit the economic prospects of the South, as it is less sensitive to international conjunctures and can therefore respond more flexibly to market turbulence.The economic strategy focused on industrial niches with high added value, states the report, stressing the importance of Morocco’s new global businesses: automotive, aeronautics and electronics, as well as the services sector, where Moroccan companies now enjoy comparative advantages.Relatively spared by the recent global and regional crises, Morocco has benefited from by its institutional stability and the economic reforms undertaken over the last ten years, the document argues, explaining that this long-term proactive policy has created modern entrepreneurial ecosystems, attracting foreign investors in cutting-edge sectors such as the automotive and aerospace industries as well as the railway and renewable energy sectors.Local integration, defined as the participation of Moroccan companies, alongside foreign companies but also public actors, with a view to creating value, is intensifying in all these areas thanks to the joint actions of the various national ministries and groups, said the same source, pointing out that all these synergies reveal excellent examples of co-production, generating jobs in the North as well as in the South.In parallel, the establishment of large Moroccan companies in West and Central Africa makes the Kingdom a privileged gateway to the south of the continent, the report notes, adding that positioned at the center of an Africa-Mediterranean-Europe vertical, Morocco intends to exploit this strategic positioning to capture Northern investments and technologies and direct them to the markets and resources of the South, in a win-win partnership. Moreover, COP22, held in Marrakech at the end of 2016, widely popularized these benefits, notably in sectors with a high future and high technological intensity, and intensified collaborations between companies on both shores of the Mediterranean, states the document.This report, the third publication of the Co-Production Observatory, aims to analyze Morocco’s positioning in the Mediterranean macroeconomic environment and the dynamics of foreign investment in the Kingdom, in order to offer recommendations to accompany the development of the co-production and a better integration of the country in the Mediterranean and world economy. It analyzes the economic strategies from the point of view of co-production and their effects on the main sectors of activity. putting in perspective these national trends and their expected global and regional developments.The Mediterranean Co-production Observatory, which is managed by the Institute for Economic Prospects of the Mediterranean World (IPEMED) and supported by the public investment bank Bpifrance and the Paris-Ile-de-France Chamber of Commerce and Industry, aims to analyze qualitatively Mediterranean investors’ strategies, behavior, expectations, and the difficulties they encounter in order to fit into the local fabric.
Successfully completing the repatriation programme in record time, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) closed its two-year old Mole refugee camp yesterday when the last group of Central African refugees left for the 10-minute boat trip across the Oubangui River to the CAR capital of Bangui.UNHCR spokesman Kris Janowski said the return had only started eight days ago and was complete in just seven days – a record for the agency. “Although we had planned to repatriate a maximum of 350 refugees per day, on some days last week, more than 500 showed up for transportation home,” he said.Many of the returnees are former civil servants and residents of Bangui who had fled following a failed coup two years ago. They decided to return home with the change of government in Bangui this March and a recent amnesty to those linked with the 2001 coup, according to Mr. Janowski.UNHCR has now begun working with its local partner to restore the environment in and around the camp. This involves cleaning the camp, closing the pit latrines and planting more trees. The local population will receive school, health and other facilities that are left in the camp.
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With consumer debt continuing to rise, a Brock graduate has set out to help parents teach their children financial literacy and good money habits. After graduating from Brock’s Goodman School of Business last year, Alexander Fung (BBA ’15) launched a digital allowance application called Dollarwise.Fung’s vision is to teach children about managing their money wisely to reduce costly mistakes and encourage parents to have proactive conversations about finances with their children.His motivation came from a childhood memory of cleaning out his piggy bank at eight years old to buy a video game. It was a decision he later regretted when his parents were furious that his impulsive action meant he would have to start the saving process all over again.Designed for ages 8-18, the Dollarwise mobile application is accompanied by a prepaid debit card equipped with chequing and savings accounts and parental controls so that children cannot overspend.The application allows parents to view their children’s financial goals, track and incentivize their saving progress and set up allowances as automatic bill payments that are loaded to the debit card. Parents can also set their own monthly interest rates and contribute more funds at any time as an extra reward for saving while gamifying their chores and other responsibilities.A big step forward for Fung was his recent graduation from Founder Institute. Based in Silicon Valley, California, the institute is an international launch program that helps entrepreneurs get their technology ventures off the ground while providing mentorship and other resources.Fung credits his ability to start his own business to his Brock experience which provided him the business knowledge he needed but also connected him with people who have since supported his idea.“There is no question that the experience I have gained at the Goodman School of Business has helped me,” he said.“Professors (Wesley) Helms, (Ernest) Biktimirov and (Lewis) Stevenson have been particularly helpful and supportive and have given me real insight and advice. I can bounce ideas off them to make sure that they are solid,” he said. Fung has also partnered with Innovate Niagara for market research purposes and collaborated with BioLinc, Brock’s business incubator run by the Goodman School of Business.Dollarwise is currently inviting the first 100 households to respond to the brief online survey an opportunity to test the initial application prototype.
MELBOURNE, Australia — U.S. captain Tiger Woods will have discussions with golf officials in Melbourne on how to best prepare his team for the 2019 Presidents Cup next December at Royal Melbourne.The U.S. team captain, in Melbourne for a promotional visit, said the talks Thursday would focus on the options of the Americans playing his World Challenge in the Bahamas, coming to Melbourne the week prior for practice in sand-belt techniques, or playing the Australian Open as the lead-up event at The Australian in Sydney.Woods was a rookie on the 1998 American team that lost to the Internationals for the only time in the history of the event. Many on the U.S. team played the Australian Open in Adelaide that year the week prior to the Presidents Cup.“Quite frankly, we weren’t prepared to play and we got smoked,” Woods said of the 1998 tournament. “My job (as U.S. captain) is to make sure the guys are still playing and prepared. The logistics can be worked out at meetings today.”Officials announced last month that the Australian Open, the fifth-oldest championship in golf, would be played Dec. 5-8 and organizers were excited about another strong field. The Presidents Cup is set for Dec. 12-15.___More AP golf: https://apnews.com/apf-Golf and https://twitter.com/AP_SportsBruce Matthews, The Associated Press
The battered body of a Corentyne, Berbice carpenter was found on Thursday afternoon found lying on the roadway suspected to have been beaten to death over an argument involving a bottle of alcohol.Dead, Navindramauth BowmanDead is 21-year-old Navindramauth Bowman also called ‘Altaf’ of Lot 54 Number 70 Village Corentyne, Berbice.Based on information report the now dead young man was reportedly beaten to death by two men after he went away with a $5000 bill which was given to him to purchase a bottle of liquor that cost $1500.Mohammed Sarfraz Noordeen, an uncle of the dead man told <<
Earlier we noted that Microsoft’s Kinect gaming peripheral had topped 10 million units sold, but one bit of news that came shortly afterward is that Guinness World Records has certified the Kinect as the Fastest-Selling Consumer Electronics Device, topping gadgets like the iPhone, the iPad, the Nintendo Wii, and every other device you’ve seen people line up for outside of stores in the pouring rain to get their hands on. Guinness says Kinect sold an average of 133,333 units per day, and hit 8 million units sold in the first 60 days it was on sale, beating out all rivals not just in the gaming category but all consumer electronics in general. The award was confirmed yesterday, and the new record will be included in the Guinness World Records Gamer’s Edition book. [via CrunchGear]
Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Belfast police appeal for videos of fight that led to man’s death 31-year-old Paul McCready passed away in hospital from injuries he sustained during an altercation. Short URL By Gráinne Ní Aodha Apr 4th 2017, 8:36 AM 6,694 Views Share1 Tweet Email No Comments Image: Google Maps http://jrnl.ie/3322905 Tuesday 4 Apr 2017, 8:36 AM We know that a large number of people were in the vicinity of the Donegall Street/Waring Street junction at around the time this incident took place.“I would appeal to those people who haven’t yet got in touch with the investigation team to please do so. We are keen to gather as much information as possible about the circumstances and events that occurred here early on Sunday morning. POLICE IN BELFAST are appealing for information after a man died after an altercation in Belfast city over the weekend.It’s thought that onlookers may have photographed or filmed the altercation, as a number of videos have already been made available to the PSNI.31-year-old Paul McCready from north Belfast passed away in hospital from injuries sustained in an altercation on Donegall Street at around 12.50am on Sunday.A 30-year-old man who was arrested at the scene remains in custody.Detective Chief Inspector Geoffrey Boyce said: Investigators can be contacted by calling 101 and quoting reference number 94 of 02/04/17.If you’d prefer to provide information without leaving your name they can contact the Crimestoppers charity on 0800 555 111.Read: Takeaway delivery driver ‘very shaken’ after car is hijackedRead: Man descended from ceiling and used stun gun on woman twice in Belfast robbery Image: Google Maps
Trollers in Sitka’s Eliason Harbor. (Photo by KCAW)Commercial salmon trolling in Southeast Alaska had a slow start to the winter season. That’s likely to mean another year of restrictions for both commercial and sport fishing for king salmon in 2019. Recently-adopted guidelines in the Pacific Salmon Treaty link the success or failure of winter fishing to the numbers of salmon available for harvest the rest of the year.The winter troll season opens in Southeast Alaska in October. Through the end of December, trollers had caught only around 5,500 kings.Grant Hagerman, the Alaska Department of Fish and Game’s troll fishery biologist for Southeast, said that catch is down quite a bit from last year.“Last year through the same time period we had over seven thousand, we were about 7,400, so we’re almost a couple thousand fish below where we were last year,” he said. “And that’s quite a bit below a five- or ten-year average. The early winter fishery, basically October through December, the five-year average is just about 16,000, and a ten-year or longer average is about 12 and a half thousand (12,500), so we’re down substantially from that.”Normally, catches in the outside waters near Sitka make up a big portion of the winter catch. Those catches were low this year. And there was some stronger early-season fishing in Frederick Sound near Petersburg. Hagerman said that led to some of the fleet heading inside to fish.“It was interesting to see some of the Sitka fleet actually fishing in Frederick Sound,” Hagerman said. “You know, we get fish tickets in, and seeing some of the Sitka boats where normally we have 100 boats here fishing and catching — you know, like I mentioned 40 to 50 percent of that early-winter harvest — we had a fair amount of permits who ran into the inside to fish. Very different.”Last year’s total winter catch season was shortened by six weeks to conserve the fish returning to Southeast rivers. This year’s winter season is also expected to end March 15.The troll catch takes on added significance this year. That’s because the Pacific Salmon Treaty signed in 2018 links management measures for all fisheries to the winter season catch rates. Specifically, estimates of king salmon abundance will be based on power troll catch rates in waters near Sitka for the first month and a half of the season.The numbers are still preliminary, and harvest restrictions and fishery closures are not yet finalized. But Hagerman does expect more restrictions to commercial and sport fishing.“Following the 2018 Alaska Board of Fisheries meeting, we had a number of restrictions that were implemented in troll fisheries, gillnet — well, all commercial fisheries, really, and the sport fisheries — and I believe those would continue,” Hagerman said.King stocks in the western U.S. are listed under the Endangered Species Act, and some in Canada are thought to be at an increasing risk of extinction. In Alaska, some runs are at historically low levels. The fishery restrictions are aimed at helping stocks recover.
Nearly 1.4 billion girls and women around the world live in countries that fail in providing gender equality.Getty imagesAccording to the first-ever SDG Gender Index that measures global gender equality, India ranked 95th out of 129 countries. The index, released on Monday, June 3, has been developed by UK-based Equal Measures 2030.The global report, measuring efforts of countries to curb gender equality, is a joint effort of regional and worldwide organisations including African Women’s Development and Communication Network, Asian-Pacific Resource and Research Centre for Women, Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation, and International Women’s Health Coalition.The new index has covered 129 countries across all regions globally and includes 51 indicators across 14 of the 17 official Sustainable Development Goals.With just 11 years to reach the 2030 targets, according to the report, nearly 40 per cent (1.4 billion) of the girls and women around the world live in countries that fail on gender equality. The findings also indicated that no country in the world has achieved the promise of gender equality predicted in the Agenda 2030.Calling the index as a “wake-up call to the world,” Melinda Gates, co-chair of the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation said that the progress shown by countries that have limited resources demonstrate that governments shouldn’t have “excuses for inaction”.Regarding key goals such as gender equality (SDG 5) and its related consequences in industry, innovation and infrastructure (SDG 9), climate change (SDG 13) as well as public finance and gender data, the index showed that around the world, women’s rights and well-being is “furthest behind” from being fulfilled.The global average score in the index in a scale of 0-100 was 65.7. India scored lowest than the global average with 56.2 points.Women’s underrepresentation in parliament (11.8 per cent as of 2018), the gender pay gap and gender-based violence were among the areas all countries were struggling to tackle.Only 21 countries achieved marks of 80 or above, with the top country, Denmark, achieving 89.3. Australia ranked the highest in Asia and the Pacific region group while Japan ranked the third highest in the group with achieving 21st rank. India’s neighbouring countries performed better, China ranked 74th and scored 64.7 points while Sri Lanka ranked 80th with 62.1 points.The index has ranked India at 95 among 129 countries. India performed better in hunger and nutrition (76.2), health (79.9) and affordable and clean energy (71.8), it scored poorly in goals such as partnerships for the goals (18.3), industry innovation and infrastructure (38) and climate action (43.4).Access to education and higher studies to girls, despite provisions for universal education policies, also performed poorly. According to the report, amongst the 15-24-year-old age groups in 2012, 49 per cent of girls were not in employment education or training (NEET) compared to 8 per cent of boys.The figures indicate that despite achieving 95.3 in scores for the percentage of female students attending primary education indicator, the literacy rate among adult woman (aged 15+ years) was only 59.3 points.This showed that gender-based socio-cultural factors have hindered girl’s abilities and rights in completing secondary education and harmed their chances in competing in the competitive labour market.Some of the indicators used in the index are, extent to which a national budget is broken down by factors such as gender, age, income, or region (score of 0.0), extend to which a state is committed to disaster risk reduction (score of 0.0), maternal mortality rate per 100,000 live births (78.4) and percentage of women (aged 15+ years) who agree that a husband/partner is justified in beating his wife/partner under certain circumstances (53.0).
The owner of a pawn shop in West Baltimore has been indicted for allegedly peddling almost $1 million worth of stolen goods and falsely obtained gift cards on eBay.A federal grand jury on Aug. 11 charged Noel Eric Anshel, 48, who operates the Hilltop Cellular pawn shop on the 5400 block of Reisterstown Road, with the transportation of stolen goods.According to the indictment, between Sept. 1, 2013, and April 1, 2015, the Owings Mills resident paid “boosters” to steal items such as faucets, garbage disposal units, drills, saws, digital cameras and television sets from chain stores. Anshel allegedly then sold the pilfered goods for below wholesale prices on eBay.Those shoplifters would also return stolen items to other branches of the chain stores and accept refunds in the form of gift cards, the indictment further alleged. Anshel would purchase and re-sell those gift cards despite knowing they were fraudulently acquired.The West Baltimore businessman allegedly netted approximately $1 million in earnings from the scheme. Prosecutors are seeking restitution of the full amount. Anshel also faces a maximum sentence of 10 years in prison for transporting the stolen goods across state lines.
Related posts:Costa Rica nearing record rainfall for May Costa Rican researchers develop new climate change-resistant beans Water and Sewer Institute announces rationing plan for up to four months Sun halo dazzles in sky over Costa Rica The El Niño phenomenon will cause a rainfall deficit in Central America over the next three months, weather experts reported on Friday in San Salvador.According to the members of the Central American Climate Forum (FCAC), the lack of rainfall is a result of El Niño gaining strength due to the “coupling between the ocean and the atmosphere”.“Experts from all over the region agreed that, since February 2019, the El Niño phenomenon has fully developed and that there is a 75% probability that this condition will persist during May, June and July,” the FCAC said in a statement.El Niño is a climatic phenomenon that increases the temperature of the Pacific Ocean, impacting global weather patterns.Meteorologists and other Central American experts met in San Salvador to review current atmospheric and oceanic conditions and their implications on weather patterns with a focus on rainfall.In the case of Belize, according to the report, the entire country will have a rainfall deficit, while in Guatemala three scenarios are expected: 45% of the country will experience normal rainfall, 25% above normal, and 30% below normal.In the case of El Salvador, most of the territory (11 of its 14 departments) will have shortage of rains. Only in the departments of Santa Ana, Ahuachapán and Sonsonate, in the west of the country, will the situation be normal.Honduras expects a normal rainfall season in 45% of the territory, with the rest impacted by a lack of rainfall.Nicaragua and Panama both foresee rainfall on the lower end of normal amounts.Costa Rica anticipates rains above normal in 45% of the country, 35% will have normal rainfall and 20% of the country will have a deficit.As in recent years, the drought condition will be greater in the Central American dry corridor, which extends from the Pacific coast of Guatemala to the northwest of Costa Rica.The experts also foresee that due to El Niño, the tropical cyclone season in the eastern Pacific will be more active than normal, while in the North Atlantic it will be less intense than in non-El Niño years. Facebook Comments
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