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Curbing potential spread of weaponsgrade uranium could take 10 years – IAEACurbing potential spread of weaponsgrade uranium could take 10 years – IAEA


Although much progress has been made, among the biggest challenges is developing the types of uranium fuel that converted reactors require. More than 60 civilian research reactors worldwide still run on HEU fuels and are targeted for conversion over the next 10 years, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) says. Some 200 experts from across the globe gathered at IAEA headquarters in Vienna last week to take stock of developments at an International Meeting on Reduced Enrichment for Research and Test Reactors, focusing on converting research and test reactors running on HEU to low-enriched uranium (LEU), which is unsuitable for use in a nuclear weapon. For more than 20 years the IAEA has supported international efforts to reduce the amount of HEU in international commerce. It plays an active role in helping countries convert their reactors to LEU fuels. Through its technical cooperation programme, the Agency currently has more than 20 projects on research reactors that tackle issues concerning fuel, decommissioning, waste management, reactor use and safety. read more


UN Security Council urges all Libyans to support calls for national reconciliationUN Security Council urges all Libyans to support calls for national reconciliation


The Joint Declaration was issued after a meeting on 25 July between Fayez Al Sarraj, President of the Presidency Council of Libya, and General Khalifa Haftar, Commander of the LNA, hosted in Paris by President Emmanuel Macron. In its statement, the 15-member Council praised “recent efforts to strengthen an inclusive political dialogue among all Libyans, supported by Libya’s neighbours, international partners and regional organizations.” The efforts are done within the framework of the Libyan Political Agreement endorsed by UN Security Council resolution 2259 (2015), which endorsed the Rome Communiqué to support the Government of National Accord as the sole legitimate Government of Libya. The statement also stressed the “importance of the United Nations’ central role in facilitating Libyan-led political dialogue,” and Secretary-General António Guterres’s “personal involvement” in helping to build stability, security, and national unity in the country. The Council also welcomed the appointment of Ghassan Salame as the new Special Representative of the Secretary-General, succeeding Martin Kobler. Mr. Salame will head the UN Support Mission in Libya (UNSMIL), which was established in 2011 by the UN Security Council at the request of the Libyan authorities following six months of armed conflict to support the country’s new transitional authorities in their post-conflict efforts. read more


The Kings Got Fleeced In The Cousins TradeThe Kings Got Fleeced In The Cousins Trade


CARMELO projection for DeMarcus Cousins 2018-199.25.354.5 2017-1810.65.7$59.6m 2019-207.84.946.8 SEASONWARBPMVALUE 2020-217.14.144.3 2023-244.83.035.0 2022-235.23.235.8 Word broke late Sunday night why DeMarcus Cousins played only two minutes in that evening’s All-Star game: He’d been traded. The Sacramento Kings and New Orleans Pelicans agreed on a deal that will send Cousins and Omri Casspi to New Orleans in exchange for Buddy Hield, Tyreke Evans, Langston Galloway, a protected 2017 first-round pick and a 2017 second-rounder. While the Kings may have been concerned about Cousins’s surliness and ongoing feud with referees, they were absolutely fleeced in basketball terms.The tradeAccording to an updated version of FiveThirtyEight’s CARMELO projections, which assumes Cousins’s production will remain steady for the remainder of this season, we’d expect Cousins to produce 46.5 Wins Above Replacement over the next six seasons, and value equivalent to $284.4 million on the open market. That’s a top-10 projection in the league over that period, and one that dwarfs the expected production of the players coming back to Sacramento. Of course, usage rate is a broad indicator, and doesn’t account for the other big unknown: How will two dominant big men fare in a league increasingly run by guards? It’s probably too early to answer that, but there will be plenty of complications to work through. Take the logjam in the post: Cousins posts up on 20.9 percent of his possessions, according to Synergy Sport Technology, and Davis on 16 percent of his. Both are good but not great at these possessions — Davis is in the 58th percentile in points per possession, Cousins the 65th — but the bigger concern is that post-ups tend to engage only one big man in the play, lessening the impact of the other star. Cousins has shot 36.4 percent on spot-up threes this season, so the Pelicans have some options there, but they likely didn’t trade for him with the intent of sitting him in a corner where he could jack league-average threes.That said, there are also reasons to think Cousins may be even better on the Pelicans. For instance, Cousins has been assisted on just 42.4 percent of his 2-point attempts this season, a staggeringly low number for a big man, especially one who uses as many possessions as Cousins does. That isn’t a one-season phenomenon, either — throughout his career, Cousins has ranged from the mid-40s to low 50s on percent-assisted.On the one hand, a center putting up a 37.5 usage rate while also having to create most of his own shots, while also putting up a career-high true shooting percent (56.2) is incredible. Alleviating some of the pressure to create every shot on his own should free Cousins to be even more devastating. That’s generally how the usage-to-efficiency relationship works. On the other hand, a career-long history of grabbing the rock and going it alone may be a hard habit to shake.And that’s the conundrum a team trading for Cousins faced: Cousins has not had much help, but Cousins has not accepted much, either. How he deals with that help coming in the form of an All-NBA power forward will determine whether this deal remains as lopsided as it appears today, or becomes a bad time for everyone.Check out our latest NBA predictions. Hield has been a disappointment in his first season, shooting 39.2 percent from the floor and 36.9 percent from three while having minimal impact in other facets of the game. He’s only a rookie, so he has time to improve, but at 23 years old he is also a good deal older than most NBA rookies. (He’s also in the mold of other shooting guards favored by the Kings in recent drafts, such as Nik Stauskas and Ben McLemore, so it’s possible the Kings think Hield is a bigger asset than he’s shown himself to be so far.) The version of CARMELO that isn’t updated with this season’s stats expects him to produce around $37.4 million in value over the next five seasons. Evans, 27, is expected to produce around $77.4 million in value over the next five seasons, though he is only signed through the remainder of this season.The real value for Sacramento, such as it exists, is of course the draft picks. The 2017 draft pool is widely considered to be full of franchise-altering players, such as Markelle Fultz and Lonzo Ball, and securing an extra lottery pick is a big deal. However, the top-3 protection is a bigger deal than it may seem.While the draft lottery largely slots teams into a range of picks relative to their standings, all teams have a set chance to jump out of their place in line and into the top three slots. As it stands today, the Pelicans have a little under an 8 percent chance to luck into a top-3 pick. But if they begin to struggle and fall just two games in the standings relative to the other lottery teams, supplanting Philadelphia for the fifth-worst record, that chance shoots to over 31 percent.It’s more likely than not that the Pelicans will remain outside of the top three, but even that doesn’t swing things entirely in the Kings’ favor. Because of the top-heavy nature of the NBA draft, the first few picks are disproportionately valuable compared to later picks, even in the lottery. This means the Pelicans retain the rights to the biggest prizes. In other words, a small chance at a big reward (a top-three pick) can be nearly as valuable as a far greater chance at a just-OK one.By making this trade, the Kings are implicitly betting against Cousins. They’re betting against his living up to his projections and being a difference maker on an imperfectly constructed team. But in a perverse way, that’s why the top-three protection on the draft pick is such a killer. Let’s say everything breaks the Kings’ way — Cousins turns out to be a player who isn’t conducive to winning, the Pelicans struggle to integrate Cousins into the team, and the team struggles down the stretch. But if the Pelicans do tank with Cousins, the only way that affects the Kings is to lower the odds they actually get their hands on that 2017 lottery pick. And if things go the other way and the Pelicans make the playoffs, the pick can be no better than 15th.Re-signing CousinsCousins has one year remaining on his deal, and can’t become a free agent until the summer of 2018. However, due to terms in the new collective bargaining agreement, Cousins was up for a five-year, $209 million “Designated Player Extension” this summer, which would have been added to the one year remaining on his deal and locked him up through 2023.Unlike other contract extension rights, however, the right to sign this designated player extension does not transfer with a trade, so the most Cousins can sign for now is five years and $180 million.It’s far too early to begin speculating whether Cousins will re-sign in New Orleans, but as we evaluate the trade, it’s important to remember that Sacramento had a massive advantage in re-signing Cousins if it chose to do so, making fear of losing him for nothing a much smaller issue than it often is for other teams trading superstars.Cousins and DavisThe big question will be whether Cousins and Davis can both continue to produce as prolifically as they have on their own. The answer pretty obviously is “no,” since there is only one basketball and their current combined usage rates (32.5 for Davis, 37.5 for Cousins) would leave barely any possessions for their teammates. But usage also tends to find equilibrium among teammates, especially ones who aren’t occupying the same areas of the floor and getting in each other’s way. That’s a problem if you’re, say, Dwyane Wade and LeBron James, who both loved to hang out on the left wing.A glance at their shot charts, via StatMuse, shows that while both big men operate out of the post, they shouldn’t be fighting for space outside of the immediate basket area. 2021-226.64.043.4 Updated with 2016-17 stats through Feb. 19. read more


Mining rope giants Bekaert and Bridon in mergerMining rope giants Bekaert and Bridon in merger


first_imgThe Ontario Teachers’ Pension Plan, owner of wire ropes major Bridon, and Bekaert, also a leader in wire ropes and coating technologies, have announced a merger of their global ropes and advanced cords businesses in the new company Bridon Bekaert Ropes Group, a new joint venture in which Bekaert will hold a majority 67% stake. The new group will combine the ropes and advanced cords capabilities of almost 3,000 employees, 19 manufacturing entities across 11 countries, market-focused R&D, and a global sales and service network. The definitive merger agreement is subject to customary closing conditions including regulatory approvals and is expected to complete in the first half of 2016. Until closing, both businesses will operate separately and continue to serve their customers autonomously.Bruno Humblet, currently Chief Financial Officer of Bekaert, has been appointed CEO of Bridon Bekaert Ropes Group. Andrew Caffyn, currently Non-Executive Chairman of Bridon, has been appointed Chairman of the Board. The intended combination “will leverage the scale and complementary strengths of Bekaert and Bridon and will pursue value creation for customers and for the new group.” Bekaert is contributing its advanced cords business and a well-established ropes presence in Latin America, Canada and Australia. Bridon holds strong positions in Europe and the US with a portfolio of rope wire, strand and steel and synthetic ropes. The merger will also create opportunities for further growth in Asia. The combined business will account for approximately €600 million in sales on an annual basis.Bridon mining rope markets include hoist and balance ropes, dragline drag and hoist ropes, rope driven conveyors, shovel hoists and haulage ropes. Bekaert also has a high performance wire rope portfolio for both the underground and surface mining markets, as well asDramix® reinforcement steel fibre for shotcrete applications in tunnels and other underground structures.last_img read more


Bugatti Removes Rape Yellow From Color OptionsBugatti Removes Rape Yellow From Color Options


first_imgFast. Cool. Sleek. Advertisers spend a lot of time and money trying to plant buzz words into your head when selling you a product like an expensive car. “Rape,” for obvious reasons, has never been at the top of the list. Thanks to a little linguistic misunderstanding, however, the word has come to be associated with the Bugatti Veyron.On Bugatti’s site, the company offers a number of customizable features for the top of the line roadster, including color choice. Until this week, one of the choices was the decidedly un-Crayola-friendly “Rape Yellow.”The name was the result of an unfortunate mistranslation of a color derived from the rapeseed plant. The issue was brought to the attention of the French car manufacturer, which quickly–and embarrassedly–apologized.“Although based upon the French name for the rapeseed plant, the translation is one that should have been given more thought from our side,” wrote John Hill, the carmaker’s U.S. director marketing. “We are thankful that it was brought to our attention and you will find that the name for this color has already been revised on our site.”“Rape Yellow” has since been changed to “Traffic Yellow.”last_img read more


Truckers continue protests over wages police shut down roadTruckers continue protests over wages police shut down road


first_imgCalderon decided to stay home Wednesday night. There were no visible confrontations with police Wednesday night.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. HIALEAH GARDENS, Fla. (WSVN) — Truckers lined up along a busy Hialeah Gardens roadway once again, Wednesday afternoon, to protest what they call unfair business practices.Police were forced to shut down Okeechobee Road in Hialeah Gardens as truckers and their families protested. They said they were upset over pay, high fees and government regulations.“The brokers are staying with most of the money,” said Belcys Lopez. “It’s not fair, we’re asking for the government to make regulations for the payment of the miles.”“We are tired of low pay,” said Amarilys Gonzalez, “we’re the people that provide your food, your clothes.”One trucker, Luis Calderon, was subdued with a Taser and arrested in a protest on the road the night before.“I had to take care of my people and protect what we were doing,” said Calderon.Calderon was charged with resisting with violence and battery on an officer, Tuesday night, after he had been tased twice during a protest that also shut down Okeechobee Road. He told 7News that while he can’t be sure whether or not he hit the officer, he never would’ve done it intentionally. last_img read more


Mother Jones Adds Seven — People on the Move 070617Mother Jones Adds Seven — People on the Move 070617


first_img Finally, BPA Worldwide elected six new board directors at its annual meeting, each of whom will serve a three-year term: “We are incredibly grateful for the surge of reader support that has allowed us to expand our newsroom at such a crucial time for investigative journalism,” said CEO Monika Bauerlein in a statement. The publication also found a new senior news editor in Amanda Silverman, who had been story editor at Foreign Policy, and a director of audience in Julia Chan, who had been a digital editor at the Center for Investigative Reporting. Glen Gudino, founder and president of Applied Technology Media Additionally, Mother Jones announced the first two filmmakers who will be part of a new documentary film residency, Al Kamalizad and Mark Helenowski. The pair will collaborate with newsroom reporters and editors on film projects. David Fineman, VP of media at T. Rowe Price’s Enterprise Marketing Services Stephanie Flanders has been hired to lead a new Bloomberg economics unit. Flanders, who has an array of experience in both the journalism and business worlds, is currently chief market strategist for the UK and Europe at J.P. Morgan Asset Management. She joined the organization in 2013 from the BBC, where she had been economics editor. Greg Cira, VP, group publisher and CFO at Babcox Media  Here are the rest of this week’s people on the move…center_img Lauren Buzzeo has been appointed managing editor at Wine Enthusiast. She most recently served as senior editor, and has also served as Tasting Director since 2012. Buzzeo joined the publication as Tasting Coordinator in 2006. Kevin Arsham, partner and director of B2B operations at MediaCom  The Atlantic has added foreign policy experts Kori Schake and Amy Zegart as contributing editors covering national security and international affairs. Schake and Zegart have recently written for The Atlantic and are both fellows at Stanford University’s Hoover Institution. Schake served in various policy roles, including as the Director for Defense Strategy and Requirements on the National Security Council under President George W. Bush. Mother Jones has announced the hire of seven new staffers, made possible by record donations that followed the 2016 presidential election. Among the new hires is Ari Berman, who has long covered voting rights and voter suppression issues at The Nation. Jamilah King is joining from Mic, where she has been a senior writer, and will grow Mother Jones’ race and justice coverage. Also, Dan Friedman, who had been previously been a weekend editor at The Washington Examiner, is now a reporter taking on the foreign influence and national security beat. Roni Jenkins, VP of interactive marketing at Assembly Joann Kropp, VP of global data strategy and business development at Informa Business Intelligencelast_img read more


NASAs Dragonfly drone will search for life on Saturns largest moonNASAs Dragonfly drone will search for life on Saturns largest moon


first_imgDragonfly will aim for a 2.7-year initial mission, with dozens of landing sites on the menu. “Dragonfly marks the first time NASA will fly a multirotor vehicle for science on another planet; it has eight rotors and flies like a large drone,” NASA said.NASA engineers are gearing up Dragonfly to cover more than 108 miles (around 175 kilometers) of Titan’s surface. That would make it one of the most accomplished interplanetary robots, nearly doubling the distance which all of the Mars rovers (combined!) have traveled to date. Fly, #Dragonfly, fly! Our next destination in the solar system is Saturn’s largest moon, Titan, where our rotorcraft-lander will explore dozens of locations across the icy world. Discover why: https://t.co/GhopCqDjx4 pic.twitter.com/55AilAZ4ar— NASA (@NASA) June 27, 2019 34 Photos The Dragonfly drone will be able to take off and land across the surface of Titan NASA We’re going to Titan, and we’re going in style. NASA announced on Thursday its next great solar system exploration mission. “Dragonfly” involves an ambitious plan to send a rotorcraft — essentially a large drone — to Saturn’s moon, Titan. The flying vehicle will be designed to touch down in multiple locations, from dunes to the floor of an impact crater carrying out science missions to look for the building blocks of life.Titan is an icy land of wonder and intrigue, home to massive methane lakes and mysterious disappearing islands. It’s the second largest moon in the solar system. NASA calls it an analogue to the very early Earth and at least one NASA engineer has suggested we look to Titan for a future human colony.”Dragonfly will visit a world filled with a wide variety of organic compounds, which are the building blocks of life and could teach us about the origin of life itself,” said NASA’s Thomas Zurbuchen. See Saturn’s secrets through NASA Cassini’s finest views Share your voice 0 Sci-Tech Originally published June 27, 3:08 p.m. PT.Update, 7:13 p.m.: Adds more context about New Horizons mission. Wild Titan Post a comment The Titan mission is made possible in part by NASA’s dearly departed Cassini spacecraft, which studied Titan while it was investigating Saturn. Cassini helped NASA scientists delve into potential Titan landing sites.NASA plans to launch Dragonfly in 2026, which would put it on track to arrive at Titan in 2034. The mission is part of the agency’s New Frontiers program, which includes the New Horizons mission to Pluto (and beyond) and the Juno mission to Jupiter.The program originally selected two finalists for the next New Horizons mission in December 2017. The unlucky second finalist was the Comet Astrobiology Exploration Sample Return (Caesar) mission, which aimed to send a spacecraft to the comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko and return a sample to Earth.The comet was the destination of the European Space Agency’s Rosetta spacecraft, which rendezvoused with the space rock in 2014. It even landed a smaller spacecraft, Philae, on the surface, providing us with some stunning images.Titan is a worthy target because it is really strange but its atmosphere and environment contains molecules that could have kick-started life as we know it. That doesn’t mean we will find a race of purple Titans on the icy moon — and certainly not any particularly mad ones, either — but it may tell us a thing or two about how life starts.”Visiting this mysterious ocean world could revolutionize what we know about life in the universe,” said NASA administrator Jim Bridenstine. Tags NASA Space NASA engineer looks to Saturn moon Titan for human colony Titan’s gigantic methane lakes could be encrusted with crystals Cassini finds disappearing ‘phantom lakes’ on Saturn’s largest moonlast_img read more


Wasilla city council votes to ban plastic bags effective July 1Wasilla city council votes to ban plastic bags effective July 1


first_imgThe Wasilla City Council voted Monday night to ban single-use plastic bags in the city.Listen nowIt’s the first such ban for a community in the Matanuska-Susitna Borough, where a larger effort to tax plastic bags borough-wide is also underway.When Wasilla’s bag ban goes into effect July 1, stores will be prohibited from providing those thin, disposable plastic bags commonly used for groceries, retail items or takeout food.Unless the ban is rescinded, as happened in Homer, Wasilla will join Bethel, Cordova and Hooper Bay as Alaska communities that have outlawed plastic bags.Wasilla Mayor Burt Cottle introduced the ordinance last year, and after two public hearings, a town hall and public testimony that mostly favored the ban, the council passed it five to one.Councilman Tim Burney was the lone vote against the ban.“At the end of the day, the only thing I could conclude was this isn’t the government’s role,” Burney said.Burney said he personally tries to avoid using plastic bags as much as possible. But the way he sees it, that’s his choice, he said. If someone wants the option of using the bags, that’s an issue of personal freedom, however small, Burney said.The government shouldn’t be dictating what sort of relationship customers have with the stores they shop at, and vice versa, Burney said. It’s a slippery slope, sets a bad precedent and causes people to think government intervention will always be the answer to societal problems, he said.“To me, it’s just another nip at our freedoms and another nip at government limiting our choices. If I want to shop at a store that has plastic bags, I should have the right to do so. So I don’t think the government should be involved with getting in the middle of that,” Burney said. “These little bites out of our liberties turn into a lot of little bites, which turns into a big bite, which turns into, you know, we’re looking for government to answer all of our questions for us.”But the bag ban’s supporters say it’s a tiny example of government getting involved in residents’ lives and that it is desperately needed. Ban proponents, including the Mat-Su Zero Waste Commission’s Plastic Bag Committee, say strong wind in the region blows the bags all over, endangering wildlife and introducing harmful chemicals to an ecosystem that produces food that people eat, like salmon.Carol Montgomery, the committee’s unofficial chairwoman, said the errant bags also generally make the Mat-Su look messy. Even when people are being personally responsible by properly disposing of plastic bags, Montgomery said, the bags can still blow out of trash cans or the landfill.“Those bags, you see them skittering across the street everywhere. There’s no way to safely contain plastic bags here in the Valley. There’s no way to really dispose of them without them flying away,” Montgomery said. “This is a minimal amount of government regulation to solve a really big problem.”The Plastic Bag Committee will support a bag ban in the city of Palmer, if a proposal for one is introduced, and they have plans to hand out free, reusable bags to Valley residents at an upcoming public event, Montgomery said.Meantime, there are broader efforts underway to reduce the use of disposable shopping bags.At its meeting next Tuesday, the Mat-Su Borough Assembly will again take up the idea of putting a borough-wide tax on plastic bags. That would be 10 cents per bag for retailers of gross annual sales of $1 million dollars or more.And at the state level, Anchorage Rep. Andy Josephson has pre-filed a bill for the upcoming legislative session that would put a statewide, 20-cent-per-bag fee on disposable bags. In its current form, the bill provides exceptions for certain things, including newspapers, but it does not make a distinction between paper or plastic bags.last_img read more


PM pushes country to the edgePM pushes country to the edge


first_imgMirza Fakhrul Islam AlamgirBNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on Friday said that prime minister Sheikh Hasina’s stance on the election-time government will only deepen the country’s existing political crisis.”We didn’t find any sign in the prime minister’s speech for a political negotiation and resolving the current crisis. It’s a matter of utter frustration,” he said a few hours after the PM addressed the nation, reports UNB.”We think there’s nothing in the prime minister’s address to resolve the crisis. Rather, it’ll push the country towards another crisis,” Fakhrul said while talking to reporters at the BNP chairperson’s Gulshan office.Earlier, the prime minister in her address made it clear that the next general election will be held as per the Constitution, and expressed her high optimism that all the parties registered with the Election Commission will take part in the polls for upholding the country’s democratic process.Sheikh Hasina said this while addressing the nation marking the completion of her government’s four years in office after the January 5, 2014 national election.Fakhrul said people had an expectation that the prime minister will come up with some directions for holding a credible and meaningful national election overcoming the current problem. “It’s regrettable that she couldn’t do it which made the nation disappointed.”He said the county’s people want a fair and credible election and they will not accept any unjustified move of the government.Referring to the PM’s statement, the BNP leader said it had only demonstrated that the 11th parliamentary elections will not be held in a fair and acceptable manner.last_img read more


NBCUs Reality Streaming Service Hayu Launches in Three New Territories EXCLUSIVENBCUs Reality Streaming Service Hayu Launches in Three New Territories EXCLUSIVE


first_img Popular on Variety In Benelux, hayu will start out as a direct-to-consumer English-language offering, but NBCU will look for opportunities to align with platform partners the way it has in other territories such as the U.K., where the streaming service is bundled with one of Virgin’s packages, or Australia, where there is a deal with telco and broadband operator Telstra.“The reality of trying to get these launches out of the door at the speed we’re doing means we are launching without a partner [in the Benelux countries], but will be actively pursuing partnership discussions,” McDermott said. “We already have some underway.”About 700 to 1,000 hours of content will be added per-year in Benelux, as has been the case elsewhere, McDermott said. As in the U.K. and Ireland, third-party fare is likely to be added to the lineup. Shows launch on hayu on the same day as the U.S. and can be downloaded.There will be a 30-day free trial in Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg before a monthly €5.99 ($6.83) subscription kicks in.The first hayu launches were in Australia, Ireland and the U.K. in 2016, and the service extended its reach to the Nordics a year later. McDermott said that the expansion into international markets, outside the U.S. where there are no plans to launch, will continue apace through 2019 and beyond.“We have ambitions for this to be a global brand [outside the U.S.]. This has the potential to get there,” he said. “We’re looking at expansion territories for 2019 and will continue to actively evaluate the markets. On top of that we’ll continue to look at incremental partnership relationships in our existing territories.” It’s easier to keep up with the Kardashians in the Belgium, the Netherlands, and Luxembourg after NBCUniversal launched its reality-TV streaming service, hayu, in those countries Tuesday.The service went live with about 6,000 episodes of unscripted fare from NBCUniversal’s lineup, including “Keeping Up With the Kardashians,” “Made in Chelsea” and “The Real Housewives” and “Million Dollar Listing” franchises. The launch in the three Benelux countries brings to 11 the number of territories where hayu is available. Recent rollouts for the service include in Canada.“The Netherlands has always been a strong market for reality TV, and we’re really excited about Belgium and Luxembourg as well,” Hendrik McDermott, SVP of branded on-demand for NBCUniversal International, told Variety.center_img ×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 Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more


Two new sales team appointments for GlobusTwo new sales team appointments for Globus


first_imgTwo new sales team appointments for Globus Share Tags: Globus, New Hires Travelweek Group Posted bycenter_img Monday, April 29, 2019 << Previous PostNext Post >> TORONTO — Eva Montenegro is the new BDM for Vancouver Island and the Fraser Valley in B.C. for the Globus family of brands.She comes to the company with more than 15 years of sales experience within the travel industry, most recently with Travelzoo and Rocky Mountaineer. She can be reached at emontenegro@globusfamily.ca, 778-239-1833 or 1-888-268-1928. Her BDM colleague in B.C., long-time Globus staffer Peter Ouzounov, will now be responsible for agencies in Vancouver, the Interior and North and West Shore.In other news, Ron James has been appointed to the position of supervisor, inside sales. Most recently involved in event management for the city of Toronto, he can be reached at rjames@globusfamily.ca,  (416) 787-1281 or 1-888-268-1928.  He replaces Alex Mantios who has been promoted to the newly-formed position of business analyst.last_img read more


Venezuela court blocks a defiant oppositionVenezuela court blocks a defiant opposition


first_imgRelated posts:Maduro under pressure as Venezuela opposition claims big win Venezuela arrests three generals for alleged coup plot Former Colombian, Bolivian leaders warn of looming humanitarian crisis in Venezuela Venezuela opposition launches fight to oust government CARACAS,Venezuela — Venezuela’s highest court on Wednesday effectively blocked the two-thirds majority that the opposition won in this month’s landmark legislative elections by suspending the inauguration of three incoming lawmakers.The country’s opposition, however, defiantly insisted its legislators will all present themselves to be sworn in on Jan. 5, setting the stage for a tense political standoff.“With the strength of the Constitution, with the strength of the law and the strength of the people, the 112 MUD lawmakers will be sworn in,” the Democratic Unity Roundtable (MUD) coalition declared, in a statement.It was released shortly after the Supreme Court of Justice granted a request from embattled President Nicolas Maduro’s party to stop the three incoming National Assembly members from taking office Tuesday, pending a legal challenge against alleged vote irregularities.The decision leaves the opposition with a still-powerful three-fifths majority, enabling it to remove cabinet ministers from their posts, among other powers.But it removes, at least temporarily, some powers Maduro’s opponents would have had, including the ability to put legislation to a referendum and to call an assembly to draft a new constitution.Observers have speculated that the opposition could have used those powers to seek to force Maduro from power before the end of his term in 2019.The opposition won 112 of 167 seats in the Dec. 6 elections, a dramatic blow to Maduro and to the “revolution” launched in 1999 by his late predecessor Hugo Chavez.Maduro’s United Socialist Party of Venezuela (PSUV) filed court challenges contesting the election of nine lawmakers.The court did not grant the ruling party’s petitions to suspend the inauguration of the other six lawmakers. One PSUV lawmaker from Amazonas also had his inauguration suspended, as the suit challenges the vote for the entire state.The court must now hear arguments in the case, for which there is no timetable. If it rules the elections were fraudulent, they will have to be held again in the districts involved.Before the court’s decision, the opposition had denounced the PSUV’s court challenge as a “judicial coup” and asked the international community to stop it.In an open letter to U.N. Secretary General Ban Ki-moon and senior international officials, the MUD condemned the legal threat to its two-thirds majority.“The country, the region and the world are facing a procedural coup attempt against the Venezuelan people’s decision,” MUD executive secretary Jesús Torrealba wrote.“The ruling party’s irresponsible behavior is pushing the entire country to the brink of disaster, which would have grave consequences for the entire region.”The letter was also addressed to European Union foreign affairs chief Federica Mogherini and senior officials of the Organization of American States, the Union of South American Nations and regional bloc MERCOSUR. Venezuelan President Nicolás Maduro speaks at the Miraflores presidential palace in Caracas, on Dec. 21, 2015. Presidencia/AFP‘The people’s will’Political analysts warn of a tough political struggle ahead for oil-rich but deeply troubled Venezuela, which is mired in recession and facing a potentially chaotic period of divided government.Maduro alleged Tuesday that the vote was marred by fraud.“Criminals were buying votes … There was a plan,” he said on state TV, adding that authorities were investigating.The Supreme Court of Justice is itself at the center of a political firestorm, after the PSUV last week used an extraordinary session in the final days of its legislative majority to name 13 new judges and 21 substitute judges to the 32-member court.The opposition, which boycotted the session, condemned the move.On Wednesday, the nine opposition politicians targeted in the court challenge responded by filing a motion demanding the judges in the case recuse themselves because of their alleged ties to the PSUV.“We hold the president responsible for whatever happens if (the PSUV) continues with its plan to ignore the people’s will,” said Simon Calzadilla, one of the nine. Facebook Commentslast_img read more


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first_imgRoman Muška is the Director of Prague Convention Bureau from January 1, 2016. He replaces Lenka Jarošová who decided to terminate her engagement in the organisation at the end of 2015. Roman Muška has been working in the MICE field since 1996, gaining extensive experience in tourism.During his engagement in AIMS International and AIM Group International he worked in finance, sales and project management (PCO / DMC). He was the Country Manager of Prague branch of the AIM Group International in recent years. From 2013, he was a member and from spring 2015 the first Vice President of the PCB Board of Directors.Roman Muška assumes the position of Managing Director with the objective of meeting the PCB long-term strategic plans, such as attracting a larger number of international meetings in Prague, building a positive image of Prague as an attractive convention destination abroad, and last but not least, raise the awareness about the congress industry and its economic and non-economic impact in the Czech Republic.last_img read more


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first_imgTexas Tech head coach Kliff Kingsbury, center, walks off the field after an NCAA college football game against Iowa State, Saturday, Oct. 27, 2018, in Ames, Iowa. (AP Photo/Charlie Neibergall) The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Kingsbury is an out-of-the-box hire. He doesn’t have NFL coaching experience and at 39 years old held just one lead job in the college ranks.But there was a reason his phone was reportedly ringing off the hook after Texas Tech fired him following the 2018 season. Kingsbury quickly landed a prime college gig as the USC Trojans offensive coordinator before it became clear a big-time NFL job was also an option.Here’s what drew Arizona to Kingsbury despite his lack of NFL coaching chops.Head coaching experienceRelated LinksArizona Cardinals hire Kliff Kingsbury as next head coachTampa Bay Buccaneers hire Bruce Arians as head coachKingsbury lacks any NFL coaching experience, but six years as Texas Tech Red Raiders head coach gives him an idea of managing a football team from the top.His record at Texas Tech is arguably the biggest red-flag. Kingsbury went 35-40 overall and just 19-35 in Big 12 play from 2013-18. Only twice did Texas Tech post winning records, and that was at the front-end of his time there (2013, 2015).The Red Raiders went 1-2 in bowl games under Kingsbury, beating Arizona State in the 2013 Holiday Bowl. They additionally fell to LSU in the 2015 Texas Bowl and to South Florida in the 2017 Birmingham Bowl.Kingsbury’s player-friendly personality related well to college-aged players, and now the challenge is winning over an Arizona locker room that includes several established NFL stars, including cornerback Patrick Peterson and defensive end Chandler Jones. Offensive innovationOf course, the appeal in hiring Kingsbury comes with the NFL taking on more offensive concepts from the college game.While Kingsbury’s record mars his appeal, the offensive numbers certainly reflect on him more favorably.A branch off Washington State head coach Mike Leach’s tree, Kingsbury deployed the Air Raid offense that has taken over much of the college football landscape.Under Kingsbury, Texas Tech was a top-25 scoring team in all but one of the coach’s six seasons.How translatable is the Air Raid to the NFL?That’s hard to say. What is certain is that quarterbacks nurtured in the spread, quick-pass system (from Baker Mayfield with the Browns, to the Rams’ Jared Goff, to last year’s Super Bowl MVP Nick Foles with the Eagles) have succeeded at the next level.While that’s all promising, the biggest challenge for Kingsbury is hiring the right defensive coordinator. He didn’t do that with the Red Raiders, who never finished better than 83rd in defensive S&P rating. In two seasons, Texas Tech was in the bottom five of major college teams.Nonetheless, successful 2018 seasons by young play-calling head coaches like the Rams’ Sean McVay and the Bears’ Matt Nagy pushed hires like Kingsbury further into the realm of possibility. Both of those coaches have leaned on veteran NFL defensive coordinator to handle that side of the ball. And finally, we get to Patrick Mahomes, the 23-year-old Pro Bowler who took the NFL by storm in 2018 with the Kansas City Chiefs. He threw for 11,252 yards, 93 touchdowns and 29 interceptions in three years under Kingsbury at Texas Tech before leading the NFL in quarterback rating this season, his second as a pro.That’s good news for the Cardinals, who targeted Kingsbury with the development of quarterback Josh Rosen as a top priority.NFL experienceKingsbury can be credited for five of the top 15 individual seasons in which a college quarterback threw for more than 5,000 yards. Keenum (three times) and Mahomes (once) eclipsed the 5,000-yard mark, but so did Kingsbury as Texas Tech’s quarterback in 2002.That helped earn him a brief NFL career.Kingsbury spent time with the New England Patriots (2003), New Orleans Saints (2004) and New York Jets (2005) but only threw two passes with one 17-yard completion in his career. He then played American football in Germany and Canada from 2006-07 before joining the coaching ranks with Houston in 2008.Those years in the NFL, as little as Kingsbury played, are important if he’s to successfully impart his offensive philosophies with an NFL twist. Marketability and relatabilityLet’s just say Kingsbury will draw eyeballs for reasons beyond his hire being unconventional.Kingsbury is aware that he looks like Ryan Gosling, especially when he wears Ray-Bans. Top Stories Kliff Kingsbury on @LeBatardShow when asked about recruit’s moms flirting with him: “You gotta play to your strengths.”— Sam Khan Jr. (@skhanjr) April 8, 2014He will win dance-offs with his players. He once admitted to dressing as Justin Bieber for Halloween. His bachelorhood is often a topic of discussion.His age certainly could help him relate to players, too. It’s shown with examples like the 32-year-old McVay that with the right personality, it’s not necessarily a bad thing.That’s crucial for Rosen, who demands explanations from his coaches and himself is a character beyond the football field.The Cardinals need a personality to win the press conference, especially after the ever-serious Wilks struggled to win over fan support amid a season that went south from the get-go.After that, it will be on Kingsbury to hire the right staff around him and find answers for a team with talent at some positions and gaping holes at others.center_img Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact 3 Comments   Share   Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Quarterback treeThe most appealing highlight on Kingsbury’s resume is his eye for quarterback talent.Kingsbury coached Denver Broncos quarterback Case Keenum at Houston as offensive quality control coach (2009) and then offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach (2010-11). Two of those seasons were top-five in most passing yardage production in NCAA history.After Kingsbury followed then-Houston coach and current Arizona Wildcats head coach Kevin Sumlin to Texas A&M, the pair coached Heisman winning quarterback Johnny Manziel in 2012. That was Kingsbury’s single year with the Aggies before he earned the head job at his alma mater, Texas Tech.And it’s in Lubbock, Texas, where Kingsbury recruited a series of highly-talented quarterbacks. Walk-on freshman Baker Mayfield earned snaps in 2013, but when he got hurt and replaced by Davis Webb, Mayfield elected to transfer to Oklahoma, where he’d win the Heisman trophy in 2017.Webb spent three years with Texas Tech before transferring to California, where he played a single season.Mayfield went No. 1 overall to the Cleveland Browns in the 2018 NFL Draft while Webb went in the third round in 2017 (87th overall) to the Giants. Webb is now with the New York Jets. They replaced a bartender-by-trade and quarterback-whisperer with an all-business, defensive-focused football man. The latest head coach of the Arizona Cardinals is likewise hardly comparable to his predecessor.Arizona has named former Texas Tech head coach and current USC offensive coordinator Kliff Kingsbury as its head coach. He will replace Steve Wilks, the defensive guru who led the Cardinals to a 3-13 record in the first year after the team’s former head coach, Bruce Arians, announced his retirement.last_img read more


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first_img In this photo provided by the Santa Barbara County Fire Department,fire engines provide structure protection at the historic San Ysidro Ranch in Montecito, Calif., Saturday, Dec. 16, 2017. Santa Barbara County has issued new evacuation orders as a huge wildfire bears down on Montecito and other communities. The Office of Emergency Services announced the orders Saturday as Santa Ana winds pushed the fire close to the community. Mike Eliason/Santa Barbara County Fire Department via AP) LOS ANGELES, Calif. – The Latest on wildfires burning in Southern California (all times local):2:25 p.m.While crews got a break from slightly calmer winds on the lines of the enormous blaze threatening Santa Barbara County, much of the rest of Southern California was buffeted by powerful gusts that increased the wildfire risk across the region.The National Weather Service forecast red flag conditions for extreme fire danger through Sunday evening for Ventura and Los Angeles counties.Trees came down after wind gusts topped 70 mph (113 kph) in mountain areas and 50 mph (80 kph) along the coast.With winds threatening to bring down power lines and spark more wildfires, Southern California Edison is considering turning off electricity to some parts of Malibu. Utility spokesman Paul Griffo says the coastal city is particularly vulnerable if strong Santa Ana winds continue to batter the area.___10:35 a.m.A five-county funeral procession has begun for a firefighter killed while battling the colossal wildfire that’s still threatening homes in Southern California.An autopsy found Cory Iverson died from burns and smoke inhalation.Firefighters and police stood at attention as Iverson’s body left the medical examiner’s office in Ventura County shortly after 10 a.m. Sunday. The procession will wind through Los Angeles, San Bernardino, Riverside and San Diego counties. Iverson’s body is bound for a funeral home in San Diego, where the 32-year-old was stationed.The state fire engineer was killed Thursday at the so-called Thomas fire. The blaze is also blamed for the death of a 70-year-old woman who died in a car crash on an evacuation route.The fire has burned more than 700 homes and currently threatens communities in Santa Barbara County.___8:30 a.m.One of the largest wildfires in California history is now 40 per cent contained but flames still threaten coastal communities as dry, gusty winds are predicted to continue.Winds calmed overnight but seaside communities in Santa Barbara counties were warned again Sunday that they’re still at risk if unpredictable gusts whip up once more.Some 8,000 firefighters are deployed to the so-called Thomas Fire, which has burned for nearly two weeks and still threatens 18,000 homes. Parts of the city of Santa Barbara and the hillside enclaves of Montecito and Carpinteria remain under evacuation orders. However in neighbouring Ventura County, where the fire started, officials lifted some evacuation orders early Sunday.A funeral procession is planned Sunday for Cory Iverson, the 32-year-old firefighter killed Thursday while battling the flames. Latest: Powerful winds raise fire risk as crews battle blazecenter_img by The Associated Press Posted Dec 17, 2017 9:11 am PDT Last Updated Dec 17, 2017 at 11:20 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Emaillast_img read more


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