6 October 2011The United Nations Children’s Fund (UNICEF) is distributing emergency supplies and has dispatched experts to the Central African Republic (CAR) to deal with an outbreak of cholera that has already claimed 14 lives. The outbreak is focused on villages along the Ubangui River about 80 kilometres south of Bangui, the capital, according to a press release issued by the agency yesterday.“The location poses particular challenges as the affected region contains some 500 villages spread along the river and in forest clearings,” said Tanya Chapuisat, UNICEF’s representative in the CAR, adding that officials hope to prevent the outbreak from spreading to Bangui and other densely populated areas.The agency has sent specialist teams in water and sanitation, health and communications to the CAR and begun handing out cholera kits, which include oral rehydration salts, intravenous fluids and antibiotics.Ms. Chapuisat said UNICEF aims to reach as many as 60,000 people in the affected region over the next few days.“It is our responsibility to make sure that we do everything possible to ensure that children and families are protected,” she said.“Because CAR has not had cholera cases in many years, people do not necessarily know what basic measures to take to protect themselves. Getting the information out to the people about how they as individuals and communities can prevent the spread of cholera is critical.”Youth groups have been mobilized to travel from village to village giving out flyers containing simple advice about preventive measures.CAR officials confirmed the outbreak last Friday and have set up a crisis coordination committee with UNICEF, the UN World Health Organization (WHO) and non-governmental organizations (NGOs) such as Médecins Sans Frontières and Action Contre la Faim.Cholera is an acute intestinal infection caused by eating food or drinking water contaminated with a bacterium. The disease has a short incubation period and produces a toxin that causes continuous watery diarrhoea, a condition that can quickly lead to severe dehydration and death if treatment is not administered promptly. People with low immune function, such as malnourished children or those living with HIV, are at particular risk.
October 8, 2019October 8, 2019
The Toronto stock market backed off slightly on Friday morning as key commodity prices weakened.The S&P/TSX composite index moved down 14.89 points to 12,584.85 while the TSX Venture Exchange slid 0.97 points at 1,239.11.The Canadian dollar rose 0.30 of a cent to 101.87 cents US, after Statistics Canada reported that the country’s trade deficit with the world jumped to $2 billion in November. That’s an increase from $552 million in October as merchandise imports rose 2.7 per cent and exports fell 0.9 per cent.In commodities, oil prices fell back to near US$93 a barrel after China’s inflation rose to levels that could affect the country’s growth. February crude was down 83 cents to $92.99 a barrel on the New York Mercantile Exchange.Gold prices backtracked with the February contract down $14.80 to US$1,663.40 an ounce.In New York, the Dow Jones industrials were off 15.36 points to 13,455.86, the Nasdaq was 1.10 points higher at 3,122.86 and the S&P 500 index gave back 1.02 points to 1,471.10.The Commerce Department said that the U.S. trade gap widened 15.8 per cent in November to its widest point in seven months. The deficit was grew to $48.7 billion.In earnings, Wells Fargo, the biggest mortgage lender in the U.S., earned a record $4.9 billion in the fourth quarter, up 25 per cent from the same period a year before. Revenue rose 7 per cent, to $21.9 billion.In Canada, PetroBakken Energy Ltd. (TSX:PBN) said it has budgeted $675 million for capital projects this year, with a focus on growing production from the Cardium formation in Alberta. Shares of the company were down 48 cents to $9.81.European countries are also facing their own uphill battle to restore economic growth. The economy of the 17 European Union nations that use the euro is in recession, and unemployment is soaring across the region.In France, the CAC-40 fell 0.2 per cent to 3,696, while Germany’s DAX edged up 0.2 per cent to 7,710. The FTSE index of leading British shares rose 0.2 per cent at 6,111.Earlier in the day, the Nikkei closed 1.4 per cent higher at 10,801.57.But not all Asian markets rallied, hemmed in by concerns about inflation in China. Hong Kong’s Hang Seng fell 0.4 per cent to 23,264.07. South Korea’s Kospi lost 0.5 per cent to 1,996.67. Australia’s S&P/ASX 200 shed 0.3 per cent to 4,709.50.Benchmarks in Singapore and mainland China also fell while those in the Philippines and New Zealand rose.
UN peacekeepers in DR Congo on alert after killing of army commanderUN peacekeepers in DR Congo on alert after killing of army commander
October 2, 2019October 2, 2019
Special Representative of the Secretary-General Martin Kobler issued a statement yesterday condemning the assassination of Colonel Mamadou Moustapha Ndala of the Congolese Armed Forces (FARDC). Mr. Kobler, who also heads the UN Mission in the DRC known by its French acronym MONUSCO, had met Colonel Ndala many times, calling him a “dynamic and courageous” military leader. He noted his contribution to the country’s peace and security, and stressed the Organization’s resolve to supporting Congolese nationals.“This act will in no way the firm determination of MONUSCO to fight against negative forces wherever they are and whatever their motivations,” Mr. Kobler said in the statement from Kinshasa.The Colonel and three other soldiers died when his vehicle was ambushed by armed gunmen. The Mission reported today it has additional troops in the nearby area of Beni and Lubero, in North Kivu province, where residents are demonstrating against the killing, according to a UN spokesperson in New York. In recent weeks, UN peacekeepers in that part of the country helped national armed forces retake control of a town following an attack by a Ugandan rebel group, the Liberation of Uganda (ADF-Nalu), which left dozens dead and displaced many more.In accordance with its Security Council mandate to protect civilians, MONUSCO supported the FARDC during the operation against the rebel group, including through the use of its attack helicopter, the provision of logistical support and medical evacuations.
Fine Gaels €600k Moriarty Tribunal bill paid by Taoiseachs DepartmentFine Gaels €600k Moriarty Tribunal bill paid by Taoiseachs Department
September 22, 2019September 22, 2019
The Fine Gael Party had no comment to make in relation to the matter when contacted by TheJournal.ie today.Other professional fees paid by the Department of the Taoiseach include a €44,245.56 bill for Stewart Brady and €23,000 worth of legal costs paid to Peter Fitzpatrick & Company.Third-party costs of €33,873.95 were paid to Doyle & Company in relation to Patrick McCann and €27,263.18 was paid to Maurice Power Solicitors in relation to John Magnier/Coolmore/Castlehyde & Associated Stud Farm.A further €89,467.60 was paid out to Vincent & Beatty Solicitor in relation the late David Austin and Maureen Austin. €32,719.53 was paid to Pearse Mehigan & Company in relation to Joseph N. Malone.The Moriarty Tribunal was held in Dublin Castle and was chaired by Mr Justice Michael Moriarty.Two reports were published, one in 2006 and a second report in 2011.Read: Martin wants Moriarty reopened, Taoiseach says Tribunal’s work is finished>Read: Gardaí examining Lowry tape as conversation is aired on national TV> DESPITE ISSUING ITS final report in 2011, the costs of the Moriarty Tribunal continue to accumulate.Purchase orders published by the Department of the Taoiseach for the third quarter of this year showthat €886,482.23 was paid out in professional and legal fees relating to the Moriarty Tribunal.Fine Gael legal costsOf this sum, €635,912.41 was accumulated in third-party costs for the Fine Gael Party relating to the Moriarty Tribunal and paid to the legal firm, Kevin O’Higgin Solicitors.The Tribunal Report into Payments to Politicians and Related Matters, known as the Moriarty Tribunal, was set up in 1997 to investigate alleged payments to former Fine Gael minister Michael Lowry and to the late Fianna Fáil Taoiseach Charles Haughey.Why does the Department foot the bill?The Department of the Taoiseach had responsibility to fund the Tribunal, which makes orders in relation to costs incurred by those giving evidence.In a statement to TheJournal.ie as to why legal fees for the Fine Gael Party in relation to the Moriarty Tribunal were being paid for by the Department of the Taoiseach, it explained:Tribunals make orders in relation to costs to those to whom they granted legal representation. Those granted costs orders are then entitled to claim such costs (third-party costs), which are paid by the Department, which has responsibility for funding the Tribunal… in respect of the Moriarty Tribunal.They stated that the Department by the Chief State Solicitor’s Office (CSSO), engages a professional legal cost accountant to assist it in negotiating these cost claims. The department added:The payment made to the Fine Gael party is in full settlement of costs claimed by that party in relation to the Moriarty Tribunal, which was set up in 1997 and published its final report in March 2011.A Legal Costs Unit was established in the State Claims Agency earlier this year and handles third-party costs claims received since then in respect of the Moriarty (and Mahon) Tribunals.To end-September 2013, a total of €1,668,344.97 has been paid to 23 parties in third party costs (the total amount claimed by those parties was €2,949,767.22) relating to the Moriarty Tribunal.
September 22, 2019September 22, 2019
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September 19, 2019September 19, 2019
September 18, 2019September 18, 2019
Inter’s vice-president Javier Zanetti speaks about his new book “Vincere, ma non solo”, and also delivered a message to the team ahead of their game against PSV.Zanetti released a new book titled “Vincere, ma non solo”, translating to “Win, but do more than that” in English. An apt message as Inter Milan prepare for a must-win Champions League tie against PSV on Tuesday.“My new book is different compared to my last one: it doesn’t concern my career as a footballer, but my adventure as a director,” Zanetti told the club’s website.“This is an important new stage in my life. Many people thought I would only be focusing on the sporting side of things, but for me, it’s vital to look at things from all aspects and to make my contribution to all the club’s projects.“The biggest challenge is sustainability. We are working with this in mind: we are taking part in many international projects with the aim of increasing the amount of money coming in. After a career as a footballer, this new challenge fascinates me a lot.“I am making my contribution so that the club can increase its revenue and the team can become more competitive. Inter has changed a lot.Lukaku backed to beat Ronaldo in Serie A scoring charts Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Former Inter Milan star Andy van der Meyde is confident Romelu Lukaku will outscore Cristiano Ronaldo in this season’s Serie A.“Ownership changes have taken place and I feel very comfortable in transmitting the values of the club as we look to continue along the path we’ve taken.”Inter Milan need to beat PSV in San Siro and hope Barcelona at least draw with Tottenham for them to qualify for the knockout stages.“Before we think about the result in the match between Barcelona and Tottenham, we need to do our job. We need to win our match, although it won’t be easy.“We will have to do our best to beat PSV Eindhoven, and then we can hope for a positive result at Camp Nou. Based on our performances, I think we deserve to make the Round of 16. Let’s hope we do,” Zanetti said.“We knew it would be a difficult group when the draw was made, but we also knew there was the possibility we could do well. We want to keep playing until the end, and we have to approach the match with confidence.”
SF Motors is back as Seres debuting the electric SF5 SUV inSF Motors is back as Seres debuting the electric SF5 SUV in
September 10, 2019September 10, 2019
Shanghai Motor Show 2019 See the new Tesla fighters from SF Motors 14 Photos Share your voice Enlarge ImageSF Motors is back, and it’s calling itself Seres now. Its SF5 is finally ready for a public debut. Josh Miller/CNET Hey, remember SF Motors? No? Well, it was the US-based arm of Chinese manufacturer Sokon, and it was going to take on Tesla’s Model X with a pair of high-powered electric coupeovers called the SF5 and SF7. And then it didn’t.Now, though, things are different. Because SF Motors is called Seres, and it’s going to debut that SF5 electric crossover coupe thing next week in Shanghai, according to a Friday report by MotorAuthority. The folks at Seres say their new technological terror can be had with a battery of up to 90 kilowatt-hours and electric motors that make 684 horsepower and 767 pound-feet of torque.Interestingly, Seres isn’t focused only on going the pure electric route. It’s also planning to offer the SF5 as a range-extended EV with a 33 kWh battery pack and a gasoline-powered generator. This is similar to systems in the Chevy Volt (goodnight, sweet prince) and the BMW i3.Seres will begin taking orders for the SF5 during the Shanghai Auto Show, with plans to start making its first Chinese-market customer deliveries toward the end of 2019. Of course, being the US-based EV arm of a Chinese industrial megacorp, Seres plans on selling cars here too, but so far it hasn’t released any concrete plans to do so.Typically we try to temper our excitement at the thought of new EV companies, especially Chinese ones, because they rarely turn out to be real and it’s even rarer for them to make it to the US. However, Seres has a leg up on things because it has not only a US headquarters (in sunny Santa Clarita, California), it also owns a car factory in South Bend, Indiana, that was formerly occupied by AM General.We’ll have our man Antuan Goodwin on the ground in Shanghai next week, and we’ll make sure he twists all the knobs, flips all the switches and pushes every single one of the SF5’s buttons for posterity. Tags 0 More From Roadshow 2020 Hyundai Palisade review: Posh enough to make Genesis jealous 2020 Kia Telluride review: Kia’s new SUV has big style and bigger value Post a comment 2020 BMW M340i review: A dash of M makes everything better Car Industry Electric Cars SUVs Crossovers
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September 9, 2019September 9, 2019
The University of Alaska’s Board of Regents, as well as officials from UAA, listen to public testimony from students affected by UAA’s loss of accreditation for its education department. (Photo by Wesley Early, Alaska Public Media – Anchorage)On Tuesday night, the University of Alaska Board of Regents heard public testimony from UAA students affected by the recent loss of accreditation for the education department.More than 25 students demanded action from university officials, some testifying more than once.“We’re getting screwed. So now what?” one student summed up. “I think our message is pretty clear: Do something about it.”UAA has 363 students in programs affected by the loss of accreditation. While students graduating this spring have been informed by the state board of education that they will receive teaching licenses, the future isn’t as clear for the rest of the students.As UAA and state officials work through the next options for the program, a looming question is whether or not UAA will apply for reaccreditation next year. While UAA’s chancellor Cathy Sandeen and Education Department Interim Director Claudia Dybdahl have both stated that they want the university to reapply, the decision isn’t entirely up to them.UA president Jim Johnsen says the hesitation stems from a lack of certainty that the reaccreditation process would be successful. He says the option for students to transfer to UAF in Fairbanks or UAS in Juneau, both of which have accredited education departments, is a safer option for now.“We have two other accredited and approved programs,” Johnsen said. “And so with those two programs, there is no uncertainty about a path to licensure as a teacher in Alaska.”Johnsen wouldn’t go into his ideal outcome for the university, stating that he’s keeping an open mind.“I’m weighing things every single day,” Johnsen said. “I think the testimony that these students provided this afternoon was powerful.”Johnsen did say that discussions at this point have been primarily focused on students, and that no long term plans have been made for UAA department of education staff should the program not be reaccredited.Students will have two more opportunities to voice their opinions to the Board of Regents before they make their next decisions regarding UAA at the end of the month.
September 3, 2019September 3, 2019
Prothom Alo IllustrationA former police informant was killed in what the law enforcement claims to be gunfight between its members and criminals in Tongi on the outskirts of Dhaka early Sunday.The police now say Rezaul Islam alias Beshti Rony, 28, was a drug peddler, but his family claimed they had paid the policemen an extortion of Tk 800,000 for his release.At first, the Gazipur detective branch (DB) police took Tk 300,000, saying he would be released. And the officers at Tongi police station took Tk 500,000 on Monday morning, the moment he was already dead, alleged Rezaul’s family.The police have, however, denied the allegations. Officer-in-charge (OC) of Tongi police station Kamal Hossain said the law enforcement arrested Rezaul in a drive in Ershadnagar area on Sunday night. As their drives continued, the law enforcement came under attack from 15-20 cohorts of Rezaul in Nimtali area around 3:15am, according to the police claim. Rezaul was shot in the ensuing crossfire, claimed the law enforcement.Read more: 10 more killed as toll from latest ‘gunfight’ spree nears 40Hasanuzzaman, an inspector of Tongi police, said there were 14 cases againt Rezaul, including eight for drug peddling and four for murder.Rezaul’s mother Rina Parvin alleged that the DB had picked her son up from Ershadnagar area around 2:00pm on Saturday. In the evening, sub-inspector (SI) Achintya Babu of DB called them and said Rezaul will be set free if he is paid Tk 2 million.When they failed to arrange such a big amount, his mother and aunt along with other relatives visited the Gazipur DB office Sunday noon. Achintya took Tk 300,000 and promised Rezaul’s family that he would be set free. The policeman also made them sign a blank paper.When this correspondent called the SI, he snapped the line learning that the caller was a journalist. He did not pick up the phone despite 6-7 more attempts. Gazipur DB OC Amir Hossain said he had no knowledge about the incident. “It is not authentic,” he said.Rina said DB released Rezaul on Sunday noon, but Tongi police’s SI Md Abu Bakar Siddiq arrested him from the DB office gate. Blindfolded, he was forced into a police vehicle. His father went to Tongi police station in the evening and now Abu Bakar demanded Tk 800,000 for his release.Rezaul’s father on Monday morning handed Abu Bakar the money, only to learn of his son’s death when he returned home.”I sent his father with the money so that they keep him alive. Now I have lost my son, and the money, too,” said a tearful Rina Parvin.When contacted, Abu Bakar denied the allegation of taking money. He said Rezaul had 14 cases against his name and they arrested him on Sunday night.”We learnt from him that some other drug peddlers were there in Nimtali. They opened fire and we had to retaliate. Rezaul died in this crossfire. Now his family may say whatever they feel like,” said the policeman. This police version of the event was, however, not verified independently. Rezaul’s neighbours did say he was a DB informant.
Myanmar focused interrogation on Reuters journalists Rohingya storyMyanmar focused interrogation on Reuters journalists Rohingya story
September 3, 2019September 3, 2019
Detained Reuters journalist Wa Lone is escorted by police while leaving Insein court in Yangon. Photo: ReutersA Reuters reporter on trial in Myanmar said the police questioning after he and a colleague were arrested in December centred on their reporting of a massacre of Rohingya Muslims, not on secret state documents they are accused of obtaining.Wa Lone, 32, also said the police deprived him and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, of sleep for more than two days, and placed black hoods over their heads while transporting them to a secret detention site where they were held incommunicado for two weeks.In hours of testimony, delivered over two days before a court in Yangon, Wa Lone also described what he called the police “trap” to arrest him. His account was the most comprehensive challenge heard so far to the prosecution’s accusation that the two journalists were detained at a routine traffic stop and found to be holding secret documents from an unknown source.“During the whole interrogation, they didn’t ask with interest about the secret documents found on us, but they probed our reporting of Maungdaw, Rakhine,” Wa Lone told the court. “I hadn’t slept for many hours but they kept interrogating me. I was exhausted.”At the time of their arrest, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo had been working on an investigation into the killing of 10 Rohingya Muslim men and boys in the village of Inn Din in western Myanmar’s Rakhine State.The killings took place during a military crackdown that United Nations agencies say led to more than 700,000 Rohingya fleeing to neighbouring Bangladesh last year.The Reuters journalists are on trial for allegedly breaching the colonial-era Official Secrets Act which carries a maximum penalty of 14 years. Both have pleaded not guilty.The case has attracted global attention, with many governments calling for the reporters’ release in what has come to be seen as a test of press freedom in Myanmar.“WE’VE GOT THEM, SIR”Describing the night of their arrest on 12 December, Wa Lone told the judge and a courtroom packed with family members and diplomats that he and Kyaw Soe Oo were handcuffed by a group of men in civilian clothing outside a restaurant where they had just met a police officer who handed them some documents.As they were driven to a police station a man who appeared to be in charge called a police lieutenant colonel – whose name was visible on the man’s phone screen – and told him, “we’ve got them, sir”, Wa Lone said.Defence lawyers have previously said the evidence put forward by the prosecution showed the journalists were arrested in a sting operation by the police that was aimed at interfering with their reporting.Myanmar police spokesman Colonel Myo Thu Soe did not answer calls seeking comment on Tuesday. Lead prosecutor Kyaw Min Aung also declined to comment after the hearing.Detained Reuters journalist Kyaw Soe Oo is escorted by police while leaving Insein court in Yangon. Photo: ReutersMyanmar government spokesman Zaw Htay has declined to comment throughout the proceedings, saying Myanmar’s courts are independent and the case would be conducted according to the law. He did not answer calls seeking comment on Tuesday.Throughout his testimony Wa Lone insisted on his innocence, saying he was only carrying out his work as a journalist.“I am a young person who has always tried to contribute to the development of the country,” he said. “I’ve only ever worked for media organizations, and have never worked in other types of organizations. I am not a spy.”He said police had accessed his phone and found photographs of the 10 men killed at Inn Din and his call logs to sources in the village. One of the investigators told Wa Lone they would probe the killings after they discovered the information on the phone.Six days after the journalists were arrested, the military said in a statement that security forces had found a mass grave in Inn Din and had launched an investigation. In the weeks that followed, the army made a rare admission its soldiers were involved in the murders and said it sentenced seven unnamed soldiers to 10 years in jail.The authorities have told Reuters that the sentencing was unrelated to the case against Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo.REPORTING CRITICISEDWa Lone told the court that during the interrogation, an officer offered a “negotiation” over the journalists’ arrest if they agreed not to publish the massacre story – an offer he said he rejected.Wa Lone also said the police criticised their reporting, questioning why they were writing about the Rohingya.“They said, ‘You are both Buddhists. Why are you writing about ‘kalars’ at a time like this? They aren’t citizens’,” Wa Lone said, quoting the interrogating officers. “Kalar” is a derogatory term used to describe people of South Asian origin, especially Muslims.At one point during the two weeks he was held at the detention site Wa Lone said the reporters were driven to a secluded spot while hooded, making him fear for his life.In cross-examination, prosecutor Kyaw Min Aung asked whether Reuters benefited from the reporters’ work, what currency the reporter was paid in and whether the articles Wa Lone wrote were sent to Reuters headquarters in the United States.The prosecutor also asked whether Wa Lone had been aware that he was found in possession of secret documents related to the security forces. The reporter said he had not been aware of the nature of the documents handed to him minutes before he was arrested.Judge Ye Lwin adjourned the hearing until July 23, when the cross-examination will continue.
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September 1, 2019September 1, 2019
Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Charles Porch, Instagram’s global head of creative programs, said on Wednesday at the Variety Massive Summit, presented by Deloitte, that the teams at Facebook and Instagram are working to prevent future breaches of user data.“What I will say, and I think this goes across all the platforms, protecting data and privacy across our platforms is our number one priority,” Porch told Variety‘s co-editor-in-chief Andrew Wallenstein. “On the Facebook side, we’re horrified at the idea that someone would misuse data. I can assure you that the team is on it; it’s a top priority. They’re looking into what happened and they are going to make sure that we take steps so that it never happens again.”Porch’s comments came shortly after Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg broke his silence on the Cambridge Analytica controversy. It was recently revealed that the U.K. analytics firm, which worked for Donald Trump’s presidential campaign, was able to access data on 50 million Facebook users without their knowledge or consent. “I’ve been working to understand exactly what happened and how to make sure this doesn’t happen again,” Zuckerberg wrote in a blog post. “The good news is that the most important actions to prevent this from happening again today we have already taken years ago. But we also made mistakes, there’s more to do, and we need to step up and do it.”The social media company says a University of Cambridge researcher named Aleksandr Kogan provided data to Cambridge Analytica after acquiring it in 2013 via an app he developed. Facebook first learned of the issue in 2015, at which time they demanded that Cambridge Analytica and Kogan “formally certify that they had deleted all improperly acquired data” and provided those certifications, according to Zuckerberg.
August 11, 2019August 11, 2019
Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling This will be a long week having to relive this nightmare over and over again until they play the Rams. At 1-2 we are disappointed with the Cardinals’ start, but certainly not giving up on the season. This is still a really good team and yes, they will go to the playoffs. But if they really want home field advantage in the playoffs they better start playing like it. Giving games away like this usually come back to haunt you when you have to go on the road for a playoff game. – / 22 Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires So where do you start with this debacle? Losing to an 0-2 Bills team in turmoil after the firing of their offensive coordinator, playing without their star wide receiver Sammy Watkins and with a secondary that had just made Ryan Fitzpatrick (he of the six-interception game Sunday) look like Joe Montana the last time they had played.There are games where you can point to one or two reasons why a team lost. But not this one. Right from the get go it was mistake after mistake after mistake. Sloppy football. Embarrassing football. Football that made Cardinals fans want to throw up. 0 Comments Share Top Stories It started right from the first series when Michael “Pay me like Dez, Demaryius and Julio” Floyd dropped a ball in his bread basket. It continued with poor coaching when Bruce Arians and his staff failed to realize Robert Woods did not catch that ball for a 24-yard gain, and on the next play LeSean McCoy ran for a touchdown.Special teams was — I had to look up opposite of special for this one — undistinguished, improper, insignificant, uncertain, unimportant, unnoteworthy, least or worst. Or we could just say they sucked. Yeah let’s go with that one — special teams sucked.You can pick a play or several. How about Brandon’ Tate’s 31-yard punt return on a 40-yard punt that gave the Bills the ball at the Cardinals’ 39 yard line. Or Andre Ellington deciding that he figured it was better to start deeper in Cardinals territory than at the 25 yard line on every kickoff. That 19-yard punt by Drew Butler which gave the Bills the ball near midfield and led to a touchdown was a doozy. And the long snapper who shall remain nameless because they better have a new one by the time you read this column, snapping the ball over Butler’s head and having it returned for a Bills touchdown. Yeah special teams sucked. Arizona Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer (3) is pressured by Buffalo Bills linebacker Lerentee McCray (56) during the first half of an NFL football game on Sunday, Sept. 25, 2016, in Orchard Park, N.Y. (AP Photo/Jeffrey T. Barnes) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo How about that Cardinals defense that gave up big play after big play. Tyrod Taylor had runs of 29 and 20 yards, Woods had a 24-yard reception, McCoy had runs of 18 and 24 yards and Walter Powell had a 14-yard catch.My favorite was the sequence before the fumbled snap in which Arizona had the ball second-and-1 from the Bills 7-yard line. David Johnson ran for no gain after tripping over his own guy, Troy Niklas, who was getting pushed back like he was a dummy machine and not a person. On third-and-1 it got worse as Kyle Williams and Jerel Worthy were in the Cardinals’ backfield before the handoff even got DJ for a 1-yard loss. Cards OT Jared Veldheer may not want to look at the film of that play. Deciding to go for it on fourth-and-2, the Cardinals don’t get a play off and get hit with a delay of game, forcing the field goal attempt that will cost the player who shall rename nameless his job.Let’s not leave Tyrann Mathieu out of this. He must have thought we were playing European style football, not American football, after he poked the ball away from Taylor. And that is not a throw-in for the Bills at the spot you kicked it out.We can blame East Coast time, “No Risk It, No Biscuit” philosophy, abandoning the running game and even Carson Palmer’s four fourth-quarter interceptions. They were only down by 14 when he threw the first one to Stephon Gilmore. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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Go back to the e-newsletter >Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide today announced its debut in Chuzhou, a city in Anhui Province, China, with the opening of Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel. Owned by Chuzhou Alliance Hotel Management Co., Ltd., the hotel features sweeping city views alongside luxurious accommodations and amenities, including a variety of gourmet dining options. Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel marks the brand’s 70th hotel in the region, reaching over 110 hotels in Asia Pacific.“The opening of Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel is yet another example of Starwood’s most global hotel brand continuing its aggressive growth in strategic markets all over the world,” said Dave Marr, Global Brand Leader for Sheraton Hotels & Resorts. “China continues to be a vital market for Sheraton as it marches toward the brand goal of adding an additional 150 hotels globally by 2020.”Nestled between the Yangtze and Huaihe Rivers, Chuzhou is located in eastern Anhui Province near Nanjing. The new Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel is ideally situated in Zhengwu Centre, a short stroll from Chuzhou’s new Central Business District, a retail mall, shops and a theatre, and just 90 minutes from Nanjing Lukou International Airport (NKG).The hotel features 348 contemporary rooms and suites, featuring all of the brand’s signature amenities, as well as a wide range of on-property facilities, including a state-of-the-art Sheraton Fitness Centre, an indoor heated pool and luxury spa. In addition, Club Room guests will enjoy complimentary breakfast, afternoon hors d’oeuvres and a variety of beverage options in the hotel’s signature Sheraton Club Lounge.Two distinctive dining venues at the Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel provide an array of culinary options—from international cuisine at the all-day dining FEAST to Cantonese favourites at specialty Chinese restaurant YUE. Expertly matched small plates, premium wines and craft beers will be available in the lobby as part of Paired — the Sheraton brand’s reinvigorated food and beverage program.To cater to meetings, conferences, and special events, Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel offers nearly 17,000 square feet of state-of-the-art conference space, including a deluxe grand ballroom that can accommodate up to 1200 people.“The opening of the first Sheraton hotel in Chuzhou underscores Starwood’s continued commitment to aggressively expanding its footprint in the region and builds on the Sheraton brand’s long legacy as a first-mover in markets across China and Asia Pacific,” said Vincent Ong, Senior Brand Director, Asia Pacific Brand Management, Starwood Hotels & Resorts. “At Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel, guests will enjoy a comfortable and stylish atmosphere, as well as all of the brand’s signature amenities and services in a convenient location.”Chuzhou’s Fenyang is one of the four provincial-level cultural ancient cities in Anhui, known as the hometown of Zhu Yuanzhang, the founding emperor of the Ming Dynasty. From the hotel, guests can easily visit the large, ancient Ming Dynasty imperial tomb of his parents – a 600-year-old state protected mausoleum with a magnificent collection of vivid stone sculptures. Mount Langya – a national scenic spot which is home to attractions such as the highly regarded Tang Dynasty Buddhist Langya Temple, the South Heavenly Gate, and the famed Zuiwong, is also just a ten minute drive from the hotel.To celebrate its opening, Sheraton Chuzhou Hotel is offering a promotional package valid until March 2016, which starts at RMB468 for one night’s stay at in a Deluxe Room and breakfast.Go back to the e-newsletter >
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protesting the shooting and death of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug 15 2014 Scott Olson—Getty Images A demonstrator walks through smoke launched by police after a skirmish in Ferguson Mo on Aug 15 2014 Scott Olson—Getty Images A demonstrator protests on Florissant Ave in Ferguson Mo on Aug 16 2014 Jon Lowenstein—NOOR for TIME Children walk past police officers during a demonstration in Ferguson Mo on Aug 16 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Protestors help a man who was injured by tear gas thrown by police after refusing to disperse after the midnight curfew in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Protestors throw canisters in Ferguson Mo on August 18 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Protestors demonstrate against the killing of Michael Brown by police officer Darren Wilson in Ferguson Mo on August 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—NOOR for TIME A protestor during demonstrations in Ferguson Mo on August 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME A protestor retaliates against police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME A protestor throws a canister of tear gas back at police during demonstrations in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Police wait to advance after tear gas was used to dispersed a crowd in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Charlie Riedel—AP A protestor holds a sign that reads "stop killing us" amid clouds of tear gas in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Jon Lowenstein—Noor for TIME Police wait to advance after tear gas was used to disperse a crowd in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Charlie Riedel—AP Tear gas rains down on a woman kneeling in the street with her hands in the air during a demonstration in Ferguson on Aug 17 2014 The "hands up don’t shoot" pose became the defining gesture of the protests Scott Olson—Getty Images Protesters attempt to treat a woman who was in a cloud of tear gas thrown by police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 17 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators march down West Florissant Ave during a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators march down West Florissant during a peaceful march in reaction to the shooting of Michael Brown near Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Police tackle a man who was walking down the street in front of McDonald’s in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Laurie Skrivan—St Louis Post-Dispatch/AP Law enforcement officers watch on during a protest on West Florissant Avenue in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Michael B Thomas—AFP/Getty Images Demonstrators cover their faces as tear gas fills the air as police fire the gas against an unruly crowd protesting the shooting death of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug18 2014 Joe Raedle—Getty Images A protestor wearing a gas mask stands with his hands up while facing armed police in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 Abe Van Dyke—Demotix/Corbis Police fire tear gas in the direction of where bottles were thrown from crowds gathered near the QuikTrip on W Florissant Avenue in Ferguson Mo on Aug 18 2014 David Carson—St Louis Post-Dispatch/Polaris Demonstrators stand in the middle of West Florissant as they react to tear gas fired by police during ongoing protests in reaction to the shooting of teenager Michael Brown near Ferguson Missouri August 18 2014 Lucas Jackson—Reuters Demonstrators protest against the fatal shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo Aug 19 2014 Joshua Lott—Reuters A police officer in riot gear detains a demonstrator protesting against the shooting of Michael Brown in Ferguson Mo on Aug 19 2014 Joshua Lott—Reuters Police officers in riot gear watch demonstrators protesting against the shooting of Michael Brown from the side of a building in Ferguson Mo on Aug 19 2014 Joshua Lott—Reuters Two protesters sit with their faces covered during a peaceful protest in Ferguson Mo early on Aug 20 2014 Michael B Thomas—AFP/Getty Images A man is doused with milk and sprayed with mist after being hit by an eye irritant from security forces trying to disperse demonstrators in Ferguson Mo early on Aug 20 2014 Adrees Latif—Reuters In this photo taken with a long exposure protesters march in the street as lightning flashes in the distance in Ferguson Mo,nic.Four dual-national detainees were released from prison in Iran as part of a prisoner exchange on Saturday Yangon, don’t forget, Once again the green on this map that we’re going to see here shows how the conversation around taxes is resonating across the nation.
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