Dennis Ward APTN National NewsThe mayor of Winnipeg says a statement released by Conservative Senator Lynn Beyak is “deeply offensive” and “terribly damaging to reconciliation efforts.”Brian Bowman was reacting to a statement Beyak posted on Sept. 1, where she defend her previous comments on residential schools, saying many people had shown support for her position.She also called on First Nations to “trade your status card for a Canadian citizenship, with a fair and negotiated payout to each Indigenous man, woman, and child in Canada, to settle all the outstanding land claims and treaties, and move forward together just like the leaders already do in Ottawa.”Earlier in the day, on Thursday, Bowman tweeted: “A Canadian Senator s/d know who Canadian Citizens are. #makeitawkward #resign”When asked during a press conference later in the day if he believes Beyak should resign, Bowman said “of course.” “I don’t remember a time where a Canadian senator, a member of the Canadian Senate has made comments as damaging to our reconciliation efforts like that,” he said. “I mean they’re just, they’re terrible and she clearly needs to be better educated and I hope that she gets that education on who Canadian citizens are as well as matters pertaining to our Indigenous community.”Beyak released another statement on Thursday, once again defending her previous comments. “What we have been doing is obviously not working, spending billions of dollars annually, yet filthy water and inadequate housing is still a reality on too many reserves,” she said. Conservative Senate Chair Larry Smith said Wednesday Beyak’s comments don’t reflect the Conservative caucus. “Accordingly, we have taken additional steps to address Senator Beyak’s ongoing role within our Caucus,” said Smith in a statement.Beyak has not returned phone calls or responded to emails from APTN.email@example.com
October 7, 2019October 7, 2019
WASHINGTON — President Donald Trump says he will not impose quotas on importing uranium, backing away from a possible trade confrontation and breaking with a Commerce Department assessment that America’s use of foreign uranium raises national security concerns.The decision is unusual for Trump, who has pointed to national security concerns in calling for restrictions on foreign metal and autos in trade negotiations. It’s also drawing rare criticism from Republicans in energy-rich states.Uranium is a vital component for the U.S. nuclear arsenal, submarines and power plants, which prompted a monthslong Commerce Department investigation into whether such materials fall under the national security umbrella. Commerce Secretary Wilbur Ross has said that just 5 per cent of the uranium the U.S. needs for military and electricity generation comes from domestic production. Russia, China and other countries supply the rest.In a statement issued late Friday, Trump said Ross’s findings about national security “raise significant concerns.” Yet the president opted against quotas as advocated by the domestic uranium industry, which would limit imports to guarantee that U.S. miners supply 25 per cent of uranium for domestic use.Trump instead announced he was going to order a working group to use 90 days to make recommendations to increase domestic uranium production.Two Colorado-based uranium mining companies — Energy Fuels Inc. and Ur-Energy Inc. — petitioned the Commerce Department in January 2018 to impose the 25 per cent requirement under Section 232 of the Trade Expansion Act. The companies said relying on imports poses a “serious threat to our national defence and energy security.”Much of the uranium mined in the U.S. comes from Wyoming. “The decision by the Trump administration is a missed opportunity to protect America’s uranium producers,” said Sen. John Barrasso, R-Wyo., who denounced using foreign materials. “America should not rely on Vladimir Putin and his satellites to supply our uranium. It’s dangerous and unacceptable.”Environmentalists saw the mining companies’ petition as part of an effort to expand mining across the U.S. They also were worried about the area outside the boundary of Grand Canyon National Park, where an Obama-era decision placed roughly 1 million acres off limits to new mining claims for a 20-year period.“We’re obviously relieved there’s not a quota, but we’re not out of the woods yet,” said Amber Reimondo, energy program director for the Flagstaff, Arizona-based environmental group the Grand Canyon Trust. “There’s clearly some concern with this working group that the president has ordered. And, depending on what comes out of that, it seems likely that there could be additional shortcuts to environmental safeguards.”Last month, the Trump administration designated nearly three dozen minerals, including uranium, as critical. Interior Secretary David Bernhardt said at the time the department would work “expeditiously” to streamline the permitting process for mining to locate domestic supplies of minerals.Energy Fuels has been waiting for uranium prices to rise to restart operations at its Canyon Mine near the Grand Canyon’s South Rim entrance. In a statement, the energy companies said they “commend” Trump for recognizing that the nuclear industry was “under siege” and for establishing the working group.The decision was a rare moment in which the Trump administration did not use the powers of the government to give American companies a trade advantage over international competition. The administration had previously levied tariffs on foreign steel and aluminum, leading to retaliatory tariffs from Canada, Mexico, China and Europe.___Fonseca reported from Flagstaff, Arizona. Associated Press writer Ellen Knickmeyer in Washington contributed to this report.Jonathan Lemire And Felicia Fonseca, The Associated Press
October 3, 2019October 3, 2019
Most actively traded companies on the TSX Some of the most active companies traded Wednesday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (14,796.75, down 16.27 points):B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Down three cents, or 0.79 per cent, to $3.78 on 6.4-million shares.Yamana Gold Inc. (TSX:YRI). Miner. Down three cents, or 0.48 per cent, to $6.25 on six-million shares.Eldorado Gold Corp. (TSX:ELD). Miner. Up eight cents, or 1.69 per cent, to $4.82 on 5.8-million shares.Kinross Gold Corp. (TSX:K). Miner. Down four cents, or 0.68 per cent, to $5.85 on 5.4-million shares.Teck Resources Ltd. (TSX:TCK.B). Miner. Down 93 cents, or 4.04 per cent, to $22.07 on 5.1-million shares.Encana Corp. (TSX:ECA). Oil and gas. Up 37 cents, or 2.90 per cent, to $13.15 on five-million shares.Companies reporting major news:Alimentation Couche-Tard Inc. (TSX:ATD.B). Convenience stores. Down $1.59, or 2.34 per cent, to $66.35 on 1.1-million shares. Alimentation Couche-Tard has agreed to sell two gasoline stations in Ontario and Quebec to resolve Competition Bureau concerns about the convenience store chain’s purchase of nearly 300 Esso locations from Imperial Oil for about $1.7 billion. The federal agency says the Quebec-based retailer will sell a Mac’s-branded retail gas station in Carleton Place, Ont., and the Esso-branded station in St-Bruno-de-Montarville, Que.Sears Canada (TSX:SCC). Department stores. Down 10 cents, or 3.02 per cent, to $3.21 on 141,202 shares. Sears Canada reported a $91.6-million loss in its second quarter on Wednesday, a turnaround from the profit it recorded in the same period a year earlier as it racked up severance and other costs associated with efforts to revitalize its business. by The Canadian Press Posted Sep 7, 2016 2:56 pm MDT Last Updated Sep 7, 2016 at 4:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
Ban welcomes election timetable in Somalia says milestone process must be fairBan welcomes election timetable in Somalia says milestone process must be fair
October 2, 2019October 2, 2019
In a statement issued by his spokesperson, Mr. Ban welcomed the announcement by Somalia’s Federal Indirect Elections Implementation Team (FIEIT) of a timetable for the 2016 electoral process.According to the statement, this decision, which sets out the process to choose a new federal Parliament between 24 September and 10 October and President by 30 October, has today been endorsed by Somalia’s National Leadership Forum.“The Secretary-General trusts that the agreed timetable will be adhered to, and urges all parties to refrain from any action that would cause further delay,” the statement continued, adding that the UN chief noted that the 2016 electoral process is an important milestone in Somalia’s journey towards democracy. In that regard, he further welcomed the National Leadership Forum’s commitment to ensure transition towards a multi-party system by 2018, ahead of elections in 2020.“The Secretary-General emphasizes the importance of Somalia’s 2016 electoral process being conducted in a transparent, credible and inclusive manner, and in a climate of respect for human rights and fundamental freedoms,” the statement said, adding that in this regard, Mr. Ban commended in particular the renewed commitment of the NLF to ensure that one-third of Parliamentary seats are set aside for female candidates.This is an “important signal” of the country’s progress towards inclusive political governance that will allow all Somalis to enjoy the benefits of peace, the statement concluded.
BHPs South Flank to receive worlds largest railmounted stackers and reclaimer fromBHPs South Flank to receive worlds largest railmounted stackers and reclaimer from
September 24, 2019September 24, 2019
thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions has been awarded one of the largest fabrication and construction projects the company has ever handled in Western Australia, with an order from BHP’s South Flank iron ore operation.Under the €150 million ($171 million) contract, thyssenkrupp will design, supply, construct and commission large-scale stockyard machines for South Flank, in the central Pilbara region.BHP is targeting first ore extraction at the operation in 2021 and expects to ramp up to 80 Mt/y of output. This will replace production from the existing Yandi mine, which is reaching the end of its economic life. The company carried out the first blast at the project in September.thyssenkrupp will supply two stackers that deposit iron ore into stockyards for loading, and a reclaimer for loading the ore on to trains for transport to Port Hedland. The machines will have a capacity of 20,000 t/h, making them the largest rail-mounted stackers and reclaimer in the world, according to the company.Torsten Gerlach, CEO Mining Technologies at thyssenkrupp Industrial Solutions, said: “South Flank will be one of the largest iron-ore operations worldwide. We look forward to contributing to this project by combining longstanding global expertise in the mining business with local experience.“Our strong partnership with BHP extends globally, but the Pilbara region is a core area where we have provided material handling solutions for decades. With our field service teams, we are supporting our customer on a daily basis.”The design of the machines incorporates the latest Australian design standard requirements and technology improvements centred on safe construction, operation and maintenance activities, according to the company.
Man arrested in connection with Dublin hit and runMan arrested in connection with Dublin hit and run
September 22, 2019September 22, 2019
A MAN IN his mid-30s has been arrested in connection with a hit and run in Dublin yesterday afternoon.The suspect was detained by gardaí from Mountjoy Station at noon and is being questioned under Section Four of the Criminal Justice Act 1984.A 34-year-old man remains in a serious condition in the Mater Hospital. He was struck by a vehicle at Trinity Lane, just off the Clonliffe Road at about 1pm yesterday.The vehicle left the scene and an alarm was raised about 30 minutes after the incident. The man, who was on temporary release from prison, was transferred to hospital where he remains.The car was later found burnt out on Stoney Road in East Wall. It is understood the victim was targeted intentionally.Related: Man in serious condition following hit and run in DublinRead: Architect Graham Dwyer, 41, charged with murder of Elaine O’HaraCrimewatch: Last day to bid on Limerick criminal’s Rolex on eBay
Murder investigation launched after bodies found in Meath confirmed as missing DublinMurder investigation launched after bodies found in Meath confirmed as missing Dublin
September 22, 2019September 22, 2019
THE TWO BODIES discovered in a lake in Meath have now been identified.Gardaí from Kells have confirmed that the bodies discovered are that of 32-year-old Eoin O Connor and 33-year-old Anthony Keegan.The men had been missing from Dublin for over a month.The decomposed remains were discovered by garda divers on Inchicup Island in Lough Sheelin at around 4:30 yesterday afternoon while searching for the missing men.Gardaí say that this case is now a murder investigation and that the results of the post mortems will not be disclosed ‘for operational reasons’.Read: Gardaí appeal for information on two bodies discovered in Meath lake>Read: Two bodies found in search for missing Dublin men>
When to use horticultural fleece The Irish spring can bite you inWhen to use horticultural fleece The Irish spring can bite you in
September 21, 2019September 21, 2019
Michael Kelly When to use horticultural fleece: ‘The Irish spring can bite you in the bum’ Let’s hope that’s the end of the cold nights for this year, writes Michael Kelly. Saturday 29 Apr 2017, 12:30 PM https://jrnl.ie/3360827 Grower 2 Comments 9 pak choi2 tbsp groundnut oil2 tbsp toasted sesame oil1 large garlic clove, crushed and finely chopped1 mild green chilli, seeded and finely chopped1 tbsp Thai fish sauce (optional)DirectionsIf using full heads of pak choi, cut a thick slice from the root to separate the leaves. Rinse and drain.Heat the groundnut oil in a large wok over a medium heat and add 1 tbsp sesame oil, the garlic, chilli, fish sauce (if using) and pak choi.Toss until coated and clamp a pan lid over them. Reduce the heat and cook for 3-6 minutes, tossing occasionally, just until the leaves have wilted (the stalks should be tender-crisp).Add the rest of the sesame oil and salt. Toss the leaves and serve immediately.Michael Kelly is founder of GIY and GROW HQ. Click here for more GIY tips and recipes. Share Tweet Email3 By Michael Kelly Short URL Apr 29th 2017, 12:30 PM Source: Shutterstock/theapfluegerHorticultural fleece is a useful piece of kit for the home-grower, particularly in the spring when you are trying to get seedlings established outside and we’re still vulnerable to frost. Aside from frost protection, fleece can simply help plants to grow more quickly in the spring when temperatures are relatively low. It will generally increase temperatures by about 2 degrees Celsius, which can bring plants along by about two weeks.Fleece is white, light and soft to touch. You can buy it in small quantities (cut to size) in garden centres, or in larger rolls if you need a lot. You can cover a row of seedlings with a layer of fleece, using some soil to weigh down the sides. They can be used with or without hoops.For frost protection I generally just lie the fleece on top (it’s very light). Fleece can be bought in different grades. Light fleece gives less protection but better light penetration (and is cheaper). It is more inclined to tear than heavy-duty fleece.Fleece can also be used for pest protection. For example, I often use fleece to cover my carrot crop to keep the carrot root fly away or to keep the cabbage white butterfly off brassica (kale, cabbage etc) plants.Recipe of the Week – Sesame Pak Choi Source: Shutterstock/iMarziWe have beautiful small pak choi leaves in the polytunnel now – it seems to do better in the polytunnel in the spring than it does in the heat of the summer. Here’s a lovely way to cook it.This recipe, which serves six people, looks for 9 pak choi. I never wait for pak choi to form a “head”, but pick the tender leaves instead and allow it to sprout again – so I halved the quantities before cooking this recipe.Ingredients I AM PRETTY sure that most years in these pages, I have advised against complacency when it comes to how the Irish spring can bite you in the bum. And this year, I completely ignored my own advice.Lulled into a false sense of security by the longer days, the growing grass, the emerging leaves and the blossoms on trees, I’ve been in full-on spring mode over the last few weeks. Last week we planted out 70 tomato plants in the big tunnel, and I also transplanted a load of spinach and beetroot seedlings in the veg patch outside.Polar air in springAnd then? I went out on Tuesday morning and was alarmed to discover a thin layer of frost on the windscreen of the car. Temperatures had plummeted overnight with a blast of polar air bringing colder air temperatures.Though it seems like a temporary blip, and warmer temperatures are on the way this weekend, we were down as low as 0 degrees at night this week. For most of the week I was fretting, in particular, about the tomato plants.It’s not the end of the world if I lose a few dozen beetroot or spinach seedlings, but the tomato plants are an altogether more valuable affair. From a pure monetary perspective they are probably worth €5 per plant at this stage, and from an end produce prospective, they are worth far more than that.Let’s say that a healthy plant can produce 300 cherry tomatoes and that a punnet of 20 organic tomatoes would cost you €3, that means each plant can produce €45 of tomatoes in a season. That means the crop is worth over €3,000. Yikes.A worrying weekOf course, the monetary value is only part of the appeal. The sheer deliciousness of the tomatoes and the fact that I can “store” them as sauces for the freezer, sundried tomatoes and tomato ketchup, gives them a value way beyond what they are worth if I had to buy them.So we’ve been keeping a close eye on the plants this week, ready to roll out fleece on top of them at night. The sunny weather during the day at least is a bonus, warming the polytunnel by day and it will hopefully retain some of that heat into the night to keep the temperatures up a few degrees.Spare a thought for our commercial apple producers, who must be having a particularly worrying week. Cold nighttime temperatures are particularly damaging to fruit trees. Temperatures that drop below freezing can cause significant damage to fruit blossoms, particularly when the blooms have opened (as they certainly have in our garden).Significant damage can be caused to full blooms at temperatures lower than -2 degrees Celsius and trees will lose over 90% of their fruit if the temperature drops to -4 degrees Celsius.So, let’s hope that’s the end of the cold nights for this year.The Basics – Horticulture Fleece 431 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
I fought against the British Army on the streets of Derry TheI fought against the British Army on the streets of Derry The
September 21, 2019September 21, 2019
‘I fought against the British Army on the streets of Derry’: The week in quotes Here’s what was said and who said what this week. Mar 26th 2017, 6:30 PM Sunday 26 Mar 2017, 6:30 PM By Nicky Ryan Short URL http://jrnl.ie/3304171 45 Comments Share15 Tweet Email He expanded the definition of ‘us’, and shrunk the definition of ‘them’.Former US president Bill Clinton, speaking at the funeral of Martin McGuinness. Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeI fought against the British Army on the streets of Derry. I don’t make any apology for anybody about that.Martin McGuinness in a 2015 interview with this website. Source: Samuel Morrison/YouTubeAs an IRA terrorist and commander, his hands drip with the blood of the innocent. He goes to his grave having shown no remorse, no regret, no apology for the terror he brought to our streets, rather continuing to justify that bloodthirsty wickedness that was the IRA campaign.Not everyone remembered McGuinness as a peacemaker, with Jim Allister of the Traditional Unionist Voice focusing on his terrorist past during a speech in Stormont. Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeOur city remains one of the safest in the word. London is the greatest city in the world.Mayor of London Sadiq Khan speaking in the wake of Wednesday’s terror attack in Westminster. 14,112 Views Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeYou’re trying to shut down the discussion again.The Dáil was suspended after Bríd Smith raised the case of Ibrahim Halawa, which the Ceann Comhairle said was not relevant to what was being spoken about. Source: Screenshot via MediaCon/YouTubeIt is 40c a day. I think it’s incredible value. I think it should be double that.RTÉ’s director general Dee Forbes suggested doubling the TV license fee as job cuts loom at the state broadcaster. Source: PA Archive/PA ImagesMy own performance is (a) 6.6% unemployment rate. That’s my performance. When I started, it was much higher.Jobs minister Mary Mitchell O’Connor said the falling unemployment rate is evidence that she is on top of her brief amid criticism of her performance. Source: RollingNews.ieIt gives a real flavour of what it’s like for those children, the pain that they talk about – one of them talks about having to eat paracetamol to get through the day at school, missing school, the fear of missing the Leaving Cert, the fear of being put in a wheelchair, the unknowns, the body image questions, not being able to wear the clothes they want to wear, not being able to go out with their friends, all those things, the isolation.Childrens’ Ombudsman Dr Niall Muldoon on the challenges facing children waiting for scoliosis surgery. Source: ABACA/PA WireIn the social media, we see faces of young people appearing in any number of pictures recounting more or less real events, but we don’t know how much of all this is really ‘history’, an experience that can be communicated and endowed with purpose and meaning. Television is full of ‘reality shows’ which are not real stories, but only moments passed before a television camera by characters living from day to day, without a greater plan. Don’t let yourselves be led astray by this false image of reality! Be the protagonists of your history; decide your own future.Pope Francis warned young people to resist the lure of “false” versions of life presented on social media or reality TV shows. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Satanists Slam Netflix With Lawsuit Over Chilling Adventures of SabrinaSatanists Slam Netflix With Lawsuit Over Chilling Adventures of Sabrina
September 20, 2019September 20, 2019
What to Stream on Netflix This WeekendZach Galifianakis Hits the Road in ‘Between Two Ferns: The Movie’ Trailer Satanists are not happy with Netflix. They are suing the streaming service over a Chilling Adventures of Sabrina set statue.The Satanic Temple, which recently threatened Netflix with legal action, filed a $50 million lawsuit against the streaming service on Wednesday. In the court filing (retrieved by The Hollywood Reporter), The Satanic Temple accused Netflix of copyright infringement and misrepresenting its deity, Baphomet, throughout the series.In the Chilling Adventures of Sabrina, Sabrina Spellman attends The Academy of Unseen Arts, an educational institution for witches. While Sabrina and other characters interact in scenes, there are many shots of the alleged Baphomet statue in the background. It’s shown as a figure with a goat-like head, wings, and one finger up.“Baphomet is a historical deity which has a complex history, having been associated with accusations of devil worship against the Knight Templar. Baphomet historically involved a goat’s head (sometimes known as the “Sabbatic Goat”) on a female body associated with Lilith, a figure from Jewish mysticism sometimes considered a goddess of the night,” said The Satanic Temple in the court filing.The Satanic Temple attached a copy of the historic Eliphas Levi drawing of Baphomet to demonstrate potential copyright infringement. Additionally, the group went on to accuse Netflix of showing Baphomet in a bad light, and stated that, “TST does not promote evil and instead holds to the basic principle that undue suffering is bad, and that which reduces suffering is good.”Netflix has not commented on the case.More on Geek.com:Netflix is Launching New ‘Altered Carbon’ and ‘Pacific Rim’ Anime Series‘Larva’ is the Creepiest Children’s Cartoon on NetflixHere’s Henry Cavill: Netflix Witcher Stay on target
September 16, 2019September 16, 2019
It might have felt like a cooler and drearier July than usual, but Vancouver’s temperatures actually landed very close to normal for the month.Here’s the difference: This summer has almost completely lacked extremes so far. Vancouver still hasn’t cracked the 90-degree barrier all year, and neither has the Portland International Airport. You have to go all the way back to 1993 to find another July in Portland without a 90-degree day, according to local weather expert Steve Pierce.“It’s pretty much just average,” said Liana Ramirez, a meteorologist with the National Weather Service in Portland. “Nothing spectacular.”Just two years ago, Portland saw 14 days of 90 degrees or more in July 2009. That included a run of three straight 100-plus scorchers near the end of the month.This year? Not even close.Vancouver saw an average high temperature of 77 degrees in July, just barely below the normal average of 77.3. Low temperatures for the month averaged out to 55.8 degrees — actually above the normal 53.5, according to the National Weather Service.“We just have a lot of systems that are tracking farther south than they normally would,” Ramirez said.Rather than drifting over Canada, many of those systems have hit the Northwest head on, Ramirez said. That doesn’t necessarily mean a lot of rain, she said, but enough clouds and cool air to keep temperatures down. For Seattle, University of Washington researchers found this to be the second-cloudiest spring on record. The cloudiest was last year.
September 16, 2019September 16, 2019
DETROIT — Once the very symbol of American industrial might, Detroit became the biggest U.S. city to file for bankruptcy Thursday, its finances ravaged and its neighborhoods hollowed out by a long, slow decline in population and auto manufacturing.The filing, which had been feared for months, put the city on an uncertain path that could mean laying off municipal employees, selling off assets, raising fees and scaling back basic services such as trash collection and snow plowing, which have already been slashed.“Only one feasible path offers a way out,” Gov. Rick Snyder said in a letter approving the move.Kevin Orr, a bankruptcy expert hired by the state in March to stop Detroit’s fiscal free-fall made the Chapter 9 filing Thursday in federal bankruptcy court.Detroit lost a quarter-million residents between 2000 and 2010. A population that in the 1950s reached 1.8 million now struggles to stay above 700,000. Much of the middle-class and scores of businesses also have fled Detroit, taking their tax dollars with them.In recent months, the city has relied on state-backed bond money to meet payroll for its 10,000 employees.Orr was unable to convince a host of creditors, unions and pension boards to take pennies on the dollar to help facilitate the city’s massive financial restructuring. If the bankruptcy filing is approved, city assets could be liquidated to satisfy demands for payment.
POLICE LOG for October 6 Car vs Deer Police Use Facebook ToPOLICE LOG for October 6 Car vs Deer Police Use Facebook To
September 11, 2019September 11, 2019
WILMINGTON, MA — Here are highlights from the Wilmington Police Log for Saturday, October 6, 2018:Police noted a running vehicle behind The Corner Store on Shawsheen Avenue. Police issued a written warning for an open container and advised occupants of the law. (12:32am)Police assisted with a motor vehicle lockout on Main Street. Driver locked keys in trunk. (11:58am)A Salem Street homeowner reported damage done to their front porch. Damage occurred on Thursday. Homeowner asked for extra patrols. (2:30pm)A walk-in party found a wallet in the Savers parking lot. Officer Stavro reached out to her on Facebook to notify her that the wallet would be at the station. (3:10pm)Police restored the peace between females on Avalon Drive. (5:39pm)A car struck and killed a deer on Route 125. (6:00pm)Fire Department responded to fire alarm at Milestone Group Home on High Street. (10:15pm)(DISCLAIMER: This information is public information. An arrest does not constitute a conviction. Any arrested person is innocent until proven guilty.)Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… RelatedPOLICE LOG for August 10: Car Stolen; License Plate Stolen; Road Rage Incident At Cumberland FarmsIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 11: Incidents Not What They Seem; Marijuana Confiscated From Vehicle; Missing Woman FoundIn “Police Log”POLICE LOG for August 20: Wilmington Man Arrested; Car vs. Tree; Concession Stand VandalizedIn “Police Log”
September 9, 2019September 9, 2019
Stories are posted on the APRN news page. You can subscribe to APRN’s newsfeeds via email, podcast and RSS. Follow us on Facebook at alaskapublic.org and on Twitter @aprn.Download Audio Shell Begins Exploratory Drilling in the Chukchi SeaJohn Ryan, KUCB – UnalaskaArctic drilling is under way. Shell Oil confirmed Thursday night that its Polar Pioneer rig sent a drill bit spinning into the floor of the Chukchi Sea about 5 p.m. Alaska time.Attorney General Says Tribal Protection Orders Deserve Equal RecognitionJennifer Canfield, KTOO – JuneauLaw enforcement must uphold tribal protection orders the same as it does state protective orders, regardless of whether the order has been registered with the state, the attorney general announced in an opinion issued Thursday.At Least 7 Vehicles Involved In Fatal Seward Highway WreckAssociated PressAlaska State Troopers say one person is dead and numerous others are injured in a highway crash involving at least seven vehicles, including a tour bus.15-Year-Old Plane Crash Survivor Honored By Coast GuardLisa Phu, KTOO – JuneauThe 15-year-old survivor of a plane crash near Juneau was recognized by the U.S. Coast Guard on Thursday for helping to save the other three passengers despite his own injuries.Yukon King Run Stronger Than ExpectedDan Bross, KUAC – FairbanksA stronger than expected run of Yukon River Chinook salmon is allowing fishery managers to loosen subsistence harvest restrictions on both the U.S. and Canadian sides of the river.Strange Orange Robots Sail Into Dutch Harbor… Just What Are They Up To?John Ryan, KUCB – UnalaskaAquatic robots have been spotted in the Aleutian Islands. Two ocean-going drones were seen sailing into Dutch Harbor Monday night with no one on board.AK: At A Lonely Lighthouse, Cruise Tourists Bring A Welcome Dose of Noise, And CashJoe Sykes, KFSK – PetersburgFor most of the summer the three people who live in Five Finger Lighthouse only have each other and the local wildlife for company. They’re there to look after the lighthouse and do research on the humpback whales who surround the island. But that costs money. So for the first time this year they invited a cruise ship, laden with yoga loving tourists, to ferry its passengers onto their rocky shores.49 Voices: Albert Gamboa of AnchorageAnne Hillman, KSKA – AnchorageThis week we’re talking to Albert Gamboa, who was fishing on the banks of Ship Creek in downtown Anchorage. He’s originally from the Philippines and has lived in Anchorage on and off since 1989.
Nothing prepared me for Rohingya suffering says Cate BlanchettNothing prepared me for Rohingya suffering says Cate Blanchett
September 3, 2019September 3, 2019
United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett, left, hands a glass of water to Bangladeshi Ambassador to the UN Masud Bin Momen during a Security Council meeting on the situation in the Myanmar, on 28 August 2018 at United Nations headquarters. Photo: APOscar-winning actress Cate Blanchett told the UN Security Council on Tuesday that nothing prepared her for “the extent and depth of suffering” she saw when she visited camps in Bangladesh for Rohingya Muslim refugees who fled a violent crackdown by Myanmar’s military.In her very different role as a goodwill ambassador for the UN refugee agency, Blanchett said she heard “gut-wrenching accounts” of torture, rape, people seeing loved ones killed before their eyes, and children thrown into fire and burned alive.“I am a mother, and I saw my children in the eyes of every single refugee child I met,” she said. “I saw myself in every parent. How can any mother endure seeing her child thrown into a fire?”United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees Goodwill Ambassador Cate Blanchett speaks during a Security Council meeting on the situation in Myanmar, on 28 August 2018 at United Nations headquarters. Photo: APThe two-time Academy Award winner said: “Their experiences will never leave me.”The Rohingya have long been treated as outsiders in Buddhist-majority Myanmar, even though their families have lived in the country for generations. Nearly all have been denied citizenship since 1982, effectively rendering them stateless, and they are also denied freedom of movement and other basic rights.The latest crisis began with attacks by an underground Rohingya insurgent group on Myanmar security personnel last August in northern Rakhine State.Myanmar’s military responded with counterinsurgency sweeps and has been accused of widespread rights violations, including rape, murder, torture and the burning of Rohingya homes and villages – leading about 700,000 Rohingya to flee to neighboring Bangladesh.The Security Council meeting on Tuesday commemorated the first anniversary of the crackdown.Blanchett, who visited refugee camps in Bangladesh in March, recounted stories that were told to her and said it was important to recall that last year wasn’t the first attack on the Rohingya.In 1978, she said, Gul Zahar told her she was a young woman among 200,000 Rohingya refugees who streamed into Bangladesh “fleeing brutality and widespread abuse.” In 1992, Gul was again among another 250,000 stateless Rohingya who sought safety in Bangladesh. And now at age 90, Blanchett said, Gul is “sadly” a refugee again living in poverty in Bangladesh “with the sole wish that her great grandchildren will have a better future.”“The need for this future to transpire inside Myanmar has never been more urgent,” Blanchett said. “If we fail to act now, Gul’s grandchildren, like thousands of others, will be unable to escape this relentless cycle that generations of Rohingya have experienced.”The Australian actress said women who were raped by Myanmar security forces are now giving birth to children who are not only stateless but “are likely to carry this stigma for the rest of their lives.”She urged support for the refugees and Bangladeshi host communities, and she implored the Security Council to help the Rohingya return with “a clear pathway to full citizenship.”“We have failed the Rohingya before,” Blanchett said. “Please, let us not fail them again.”
August 18, 2019August 18, 2019
During a visit to Gaza, Brotherhood members played up their support for the territory and insisted they remained opposed to Israel.“We came and saw innocent children being injured and killed by the Zionist war machine made in America,” said Saad El-Katatni, a top leader of Morsi’s party.Egypt is at the heart of the mediation effort between Hamas and Israel over a truce. Israeli officials have converged on Egypt and met with security officials under Morsi, who had long refused to even use the name of Israel in public.In a sign of the fine line the Brotherhood is treading, Amr Darag, a senior party member in charge of foreign relations, told the Foreign Policy Blog that if the offensive continued, the Egyptian government may consider opening the Rafah crossing permanently, “to facilitate support coming from any destination to Gaza.”Other officials fear such an open border would leave Egypt responsible for any future attack on Israel.Highlighting the pressure on Morsi, ultraconservative leaders in Egypt’s Sinai desert, which borders Gaza, have been pushing for him to take a more aggressive stance toward Israel. Morsi’s party relies on electoral alliances with some of those leaders, who also play a role in keeping a lid on militancy inside Sinai. That would transform the lives of the 1.7 million people in the impoverished territory and give a major victory to Hamas, the militant Islamic group that governs Gaza.A major obstacle to an open crossing at Gaza’s primary link to the outside world could be Egypt, which fears that easing the restrictions might destabilize the border region and anger its Western allies.In a sign of Egypt’s ambivalence over the crossing, the country’s terminal is a rundown, antiquated hall with broken chairs and a single computer to register travelers.Ismail Haniyeh, Hamas’ prime minister in Gaza, earlier this week urged Egypt to fling open the border crossing.“I call on Egypt to open the border crossing completely to goods and people and aid,” Haniyeh said in a televised speech. “We want this moment to restore the credibility of Egypt’s leadership, its revolution and its spirit, to end the blockade once and for all.”A few days before the fighting began, Tamer Abu Luli said he spent two hours pleading with Egyptian officials at the border to let him accompany his aging, wheelchair-bound mother on a medical trip to Cairo.Even though the 28-year-old had the necessary travel documents from Gaza officials, Abu Luli was considered a security risk by Egypt because he was under 40. He was forced to undergo extensive checks before eventually being allowed to cross. Abu Luli said he didn’t believe the difficulties would abate.“I wish it would remain open for all. It would be an achievement,” he said as he returned to Gaza with his mother Monday. “But the Egyptians are afraid of us.”Egypt’s new Islamist president, Mohammed Morsi, is sympathetic to Hamas as a fellow member of the region-wide Muslim Brotherhood. But he is trying to balance his Islamist loyalties with a public that is divided between those who want to offer unconditional support for Gazans and those fearful of Palestinians flooding into Egypt.Morsi also has to contend with pressure from Egypt’s main ally, the U.S., not to go too far in supporting Hamas.He is working to maintain his country’s peace treaty with Israel even though his party refuses to recognize the Jewish state.Israel has tightly controlled the flow of goods to and from Gaza since Hamas violently overran the tiny seaside territory in June 2007. It imposed a sweeping land and sea blockade immediately after the takeover in an attempt to put pressure on Hamas.But that tactic only deepened Gazan resentment against Israel, and the Israeli government relaxed the land blockade in 2010 after a deadly raid on a blockade-busting flotilla brought an international outcry and focused international attention on the embargo. Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments Share Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day “We don’t care for the peace treaty (with Israel),” Sheik Marei Arar, a Salafi leader in Sinai, told The Associated Press. “We are seeking to unify the ranks of Muslims.”Hossam Sweilam, a retired army general, blamed the Brotherhood for the deteriorating security in Sinai, adding that the Egyptian military has been “paralyzed” in its efforts to chase extremists because of the Islamist alliance.___Associated Press writer Maggie Michael in Cairo contributed to this report.___Follow Sarah El Deeb on Twitter on https://twitter.com/seldeeb While the embargo crippled the Gaza economy, Hamas deepened its control, in part by smuggling goods and weapons through hundreds of tunnels under the border with Egypt.Exports still make up only about 1 percent of Gaza’s economy. Construction materials, badly needed to rebuild destruction, are restricted to projects coordinated by the U.N. and other international bodies.Israel says it fears a wide-open Rafah would allow foreign fighters and arms to flow into Gaza. As it is, many weapons and even Iranian-made missiles have been smuggled in through the tunnels.Morsi is still trying to feel his way as he consolidates power after the fall of longtime ruler Hosni Mubarak in 2011. He spoke strongly in support of Gaza as it came under Israeli airstrikes that killed more than 130 Palestinians. Gaza militants fired rockets into Israel that killed five Israelis.So far, few restrictions on Palestinians leaving Gaza have changed, and only limited medical supplies have made it inside.Statistics from Egyptian border crossing officials show a slight rise in the number of travelers back and forth, but there was no rush on the border from Gaza; no more than 900 Palestinians crossed during the fighting in any given day. Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project (Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories Associated PressRAFAH, Gaza Strip (AP) – Computerized passport control points, shiny marble floors and framed photos of beaches greet arrivals at Gaza’s Rafah terminal along the Egyptian frontier.The $1.4 million terminal reflects a sign of Palestinian hopes that the fighting of the past week between militants in Gaza and Israel will end with a deal leading to an easier flow of people and goods into Egypt. Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix
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Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling I can confirm this report. Cardinals lose another starter, though this was anticipated. https://t.co/Z0bGNfmA7z— Adam Green (@theAdamGreen) March 18, 2017Arizona Sports 98.7‘s John Gambadoro reported last week that the Cardinals linebacker would not be returning to the team. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Arizona Cardinals linebacker Kevin Minter is the latest member of the Cardinals defense moving on according to multiple reports. Arizona Cardinals middle linebacker Kevin Minter (51) celebrates his sack against the Washington Redskins during the first half of an NFL football game, Sunday, Dec. 4, 2016, in Glendale, Ariz. (AP Photo/Rick Scuteri) Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact The Cardinals brought back veteran linebacker Karlos Dansby for his third stint with the team on a one-year, $2 million deal earlier in the month. Both players will effectively replace each other, with Dansby leaving the Bengals to join Arizona.Minter joins a long list of contributors from the Cardinals defense signing with a different team this offseason. Calais Campbell, Tony Jefferson, Marcus Cooper, D.J. Swearinger and Alex Okafor all moved on along with Minter.He was drafted by Arizona in the second round of the 2013 draft out of LSU. Minter became a mainstay of the defense the past two seasons, starting every game.Minter expressed the desire to not only re-sign with the Cardinals at the end of the 2016 season but wanting to play the rest of his career in the Valley.“I would love to be here, I would love to finish my career here,” Minter said on Arizona Sports 98.7 FM’s Arizona Sports Saturday show in January.Minter racked up 223 total tackles, five sacks, four pass breakups and a forced fumble in his Arizona career. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires I’m told the #Bengals are signing FA LB Kevin Minter, per source.— Josina Anderson (@JosinaAnderson) March 18, 2017 Comments Share Top Stories
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Joe Jackson, patriarch of musical Jackson family, dies at 89 FILE – In this March 23, 2005 file photo, pop star Michael Jackson, right, departs Santa Barbara County Courthouse with his father, Joe, center, and a bodyguard in Santa Maria, Calif. Jackson is on trial for child molestation. Joe Jackson, the patriarch of America’s most famous musical clan has died, says a family source on Wednesday, June 27. He was 89. (AP Photo/Ric Francis, File) by Mesfin Fekadu, The Associated Press Posted Jun 27, 2018 9:53 am PDT Last Updated Jun 27, 2018 at 8:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email NEW YORK, N.Y. – Joe Jackson, the fearsome stage dad of Michael Jackson, Janet Jackson and their talented siblings, who took his family from poverty and launched a musical dynasty, died Wednesday. He was 89.Clark County Coroner John Fudenberg told The Associated Press that Joe Jackson died at Nathan Adelson Hospice in Las Vegas.Fudenberg said he did not have full details, and a determination was not immediately made about whether his office would handle the case.“We are reviewing the circumstances surrounding the death, but there is no reason to believe it’s anything other than a natural death,” the coroner said.Jackson was a guitarist who put his own musical ambitions aside to work in the steel mills to support his wife and nine children in Gary, Indiana. But he far surpassed his own dreams through his children, particularly his exceptionally gifted seventh child, Michael. Fronted by the then-pint-sized wonder and brothers Jermaine, Marlon, Tito and Jackie, the Jackson 5 was an instant sensation in 1969 and became the first phase of superstardom for the Jackson family. Over the following decades, millions would listen to both group and solo recordings by the Jackson 5 (who later became known as The Jacksons) and Michael would become one of the most popular entertainers in history.Joe Jackson died two days after the nine-year anniversary of Michael Jackson’s death.The King of Pop’s estate released a statement mourning the death.“We are deeply saddened by Mr. Jackson’s passing and extend our heartfelt condolences to Mrs. Katherine Jackson and the family. Joe was a strong man who acknowledged his own imperfections and heroically delivered his sons and daughters from the steel mills of Gary, Indiana, to worldwide pop superstardom,” said John Branca and John McClain, co-executors of the estate.“Papa Joe,” as he would become known, ruled through his stern, intimidating and unflinching presence, which became so indelible it was part of black popular culture, even referenced in song and on TV.“This is bad, real bad Michael Jackson, Now I’m mad, real mad Joe Jackson,” Kanye West rhymed in Keri Hilson’s 2009 hit, “Knock You Down.”Michael and other siblings would allege physical abuse at their father’s hands.“We’d perform for him and he’d critique us. If you messed up, you got hit, sometimes with a belt, sometimes with a switch. My father was real strict with us — real strict,” Michael Jackson wrote in his 1985 autobiography, “Moonwalk.”La Toya Jackson would go as far as to accuse him of sexual abuse in the early 1990s, when she was estranged from her entire family, but she later recanted, saying her former husband had coerced her to make such claims. She and her father later reconciled.By the time they were adults, most of the Jackson siblings had dismissed him as their manager; Michael and Joseph’s relationship was famously fractured; Michael Jackson revered his mother, Katherine, but kept his distance from Joseph.However, during some of his son’s most difficult times, including his 2004 molestation trial, Joseph was by his side, and Michael acknowledged their complicated relationship in a 2001 speech about healthy relationships between parents and their children:“I have begun to see that even my father’s harshness was a kind of love, an imperfect love, to be sure, but love nonetheless. He pushed me because he loved me. Because he wanted no man ever to look down at his offspring,” he said. “And now with time, rather than bitterness, I feel blessing. In the place of anger, I have found absolution. And in the place of revenge I have found reconciliation. And my initial fury has slowly given way to forgiveness.”In his autobiography, Joseph Jackson acknowledged having been a stern parent, saying he believed it was the only way to prepare his children for the tough world of show business. However, he always denied physically abusing his children.Joseph Walter Jackson was born in Fountain Hill, Arkansas, on July 26, 1928, the eldest of four children. His father, Samuel Jackson, was a high school teacher, and his mother, Crystal Lee King, was a housewife.The couple split up when Jackson was 12. He moved with his father to Oakland, California, while his mother moved to East Chicago, Indiana. When he turned 18, he moved to Indiana to live near his mother. It was there that he met and married Katherine Scruse.In the 1950s, he had tried to launch his own music career as a guitarist, but he came to realize the truly gifted musicians in his family were his children.He launched a group in 1962 that featured his three eldest sons — Jackie, Tito and Jermaine — and two neighbours. He eventually replaced the neighbours with brothers Michael and Marlon, and the Jackson Five went professional in 1966. By 1969, they had signed to Motown, when their bubble gum soul-pop hybrid would create Beatle-like mania, with hits including “I Want You Back,” ”ABC” and “I’ll Be There.”Michael, who joined the group at age 8, was its showstopper from the beginning. A bright-eyed bundle of energy with a soaring voice and dynamic dance moves, he quickly became the lead singer.Joe Jackson literally drove his kids to success, taking them around the country looking for singing engagements and recording opportunities.Randy, the youngest Jackson brother, replaced Jermaine in the mid-1970s when the group left Motown and became The Jacksons at CBS; Jermaine, then married to founder Berry Gordy’s daughter Hazel, stayed behind and launched a solo career.While Michael’s success as a solo performer would eventually dwarf that of the rest of his family, Janet would become another multiplatinum superstar; Joe Jackson initially managed her career, too, putting her in the Jacksons’ variety show in the early 1970s, where she charmed with her Mae West routine, and shepherding her acting career on shows like “Good Times.” But soon after she put out “Control,” her breakthrough album at 19, she, too, would sever managerial ties with her father.In a 2003 interview with Martin Bashir, Michael Jackson teared up when discussing the alleged abuse, saying he would sometimes vomit or faint at the sight of his father because he was so scared of him.“We were terrified of him. Terrified, I can’t tell you I don’t think to this day he realizes how scared, scared,” said Jackson, who added that his father would only allow him to call him by his first name, not “daddy.”The alleged abuse wasn’t just physical. Michael Jackson, who drastically changed his face with plastic surgery through the years, talked several times about how his father would mock the size of his once-broad nose, calling him “big nose.”After Michael’s death, Joseph Jackson sued when it was disclosed that he wasn’t included in Michael’s will. Michael’s mother, Katherine, was given custody of Michael’s three children and the money to support them. But none of the siblings were named as heirs.Father and son seemed to have reconciled for a time when Michael Jackson was on trial on child molestation charges. His father was in court to lend him support nearly every day, and Michael was acquitted of all counts in 2005. But he left the country and when he returned, they weren’t close.Toward the end of his life, Michael did not allow his father to visit his Holmby Hills home. Bodyguards said they turned away Joseph Jackson when he appeared at the gate wanting to visit his grandchildren.By 2005, no longer involved in his children’s careers, Joseph Jackson had launched a boot camp for aspiring hip-hop artists, promoting lyrics without vulgarity and sponsoring competitions for young artists from across the country. He spent most of his time at a home in Las Vegas and travelled the country auditioning talent for the competition.For many years before that, he and his wife had lived in an estate they built in Los Angeles’ San Fernando Valley where he had hoped his children would remain with him at least until they were married and perhaps even afterward. But there were estrangements, and Jackson, a dandy who wore a pencil-thin moustache and huge diamond pinky ring, faced allegations by his wife of infidelity. She filed for divorce twice but never followed through.“We just let our troubles die out,” Jackson said in 1988, following a reconciliation. “We survived. We love each other, and we have children. That’s why we’re together.”When Dr. Conrad Murray went on trial in 2010, charged in Michael’s overdose death from propofol, Joseph and Katherine attended court with several of Michael’s siblings. Murray’s conviction of involuntary manslaughter provided some measure of comfort for the family.Joe Jackson is survived by his wife, his children and more than two dozen grandchildren.____This story has been corrected to show that Joe Jackson was born in 1928, not 1929.____Former AP Special Correspondent Linda Deutsch, AP Entertainment Writer Nekesa Mumbi Moody and AP Writer Ken Ritter contributed to this report.
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