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20 Pictures Representing the Beauty of Moroccan Women

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Taroudant – Moroccan website Happy Knowledge published rare pictures of Moroccan women throughout history, displaying the fabulous beauty of Moroccan women from nearly all regions of the country.The women, mostly dressed in luxurious traditional attire with old jewelry, all reveal Moroccan beauty and kindness.The twenty photos also show how women’s dress and fashion varies between regions within the kingdom. The clothing, make up, and the look of all the Moroccan women in the pictures reveal the diversity of Moroccan cultures and ethnicities, while beauty remains the common aspect that defines and bindsthe Moroccan women.I can’t put it better than the Arab poet Jebran Khalil Jebran who said in Broken Wings, “A woman whom Providence has provided with beauty of spirit and body is a truth, at the same time both open and secret, which we can understand only by love, and touch only by virtue; and when we attempt to describe such a woman in words she disappears like vapor.” read more

Kosovo prison guard convicted by UN tribunal to serve rest of jail

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Haradin Bala was transferred yesterday to detention in France, the UN International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) announced today. France is one of 15 European countries to have signed deals with the tribunal to enforce sentences imposed on convicted individuals. In November 2005 Mr. Bala was convicted by the ICTY for the torture, murder and cruel treatment of both Serb and Kosovo Albanian civilian prisoners at the KLA-run Lapušnik/Llapushnik camp between May and July 1998. Those convictions were then upheld by the tribunal’s appeals chamber last year. During Mr. Bala’s trial, the tribunal heard how he had a personal role in maintaining and enforcing the inhumane conditions in the prison camp. 15 May 2008A former prison guard for the Kosovo Liberation Army (KLA) who was convicted by a United Nations war crimes tribunal for the murder of nine detainees and the torture of another prisoner will now serve the rest if his 13-year jail sentence in France. read more

Man loses 3450 in romance scam

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A Norfolk man is out more than $3,000 in an online scam.On Saturday afternoon, the man contacted police after transferring $3,450 to someone he met on social media.Police say that the man sent several emails to an unknown woman he met online. The pair discussed the woman’s father and an inheritance. The victim then transferred the money believing he would receive some of the inheritance.The man then got an email from someone claiming to be an attorney, which is when he contacted the police.Police say this is two scams wrapped into one.A person pretending to be a love interest will work with someone who claims to be a lawyer, banker or other foreign official. They will claim the deceased left no other beneficiaries and will say that you are legally entitled to claim the inheritance.Alternatively, the scammer may tell a victim that someone with the same last name has passed away and they can claim their fortune through legal trickery.Victims will be told that their supposed inheritance is difficult to access due to government and bank restrictions or taxes in the country where the money is held, and that they will need to pay money and provide personal details to claim it.Providing the payments will result in losing that money, and being open to identity theft, warn Norfolk OPP.OPP remind the public to be aware of the warning signs of a scam, and to never send money to someone you do not know. read more

New UN Millennium Campaign aims to spark global movement UNDP chief says

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“The man or woman on the street in a developing or developed country doesn’t feel part of a global summit, and by making these Millennium Development Goals a very accessible, open, transparent monitoring system, country-by-country as well as globally, we hope to engage people everywhere, and to engage them as voters and citizens in demanding progress towards these goals,” Mark Malloch Brown, the Administrator of the UN Development Programme (UNDP), said at a press briefing held today to launch the Millennium Campaign. “By focusing international action on these goals, we think we can mobilize a political focus and an economic and social effort which can make them attainable.”The 15-year targets set in 2000 include halving extreme poverty and hunger, achieving universal primary education and gender equity, reducing under-five mortality and maternal mortality by two-thirds and three-quarters respectively, reversing the spread of HIV/AIDS, halving the proportion of people without access to safe drinking water, and ensuring environmental sustainability. Central to the UN’s effort to realize these aims will be a new push to help countries prepare their own reports on progress achieved so far. “When people everywhere can see how their country is doing and how their region is doing compared to people next door, this data will drive political change,” Mr. Malloch Brown explained. “It will lead people to demand of their governments more access to education, better health care, [and to ask] tough questions such as why the country next door is doing better than we are in terms of providing benefits to its citizens.”He said efforts would be made to build “coalitions of the like-minded, allies at the country and global level, who will fight, organize, demonstrate, write their congressmen and members of parliament, take whatever action is required to force the Millennium Development Goals to the top of the democratic agenda everywhere.” The aim, he added, is to “really create a global movement behind these goals.”Eveline Herfkens, former Minister for Development Cooperation of the Netherlands, who the Secretary-General today named as an adviser on the promotion of the Millennium Development Goals, said that in the past, much time had been wasted because of disagreements over how to proceed. “The best news in decades for the poor has been that finally there is an international consensus about the Millennium Development Goals,” she said. “The best news for the poor in centuries would be if we actually would implement these goals.”Video – Press Conference by Kofi Annan and Mark Malloch Brown read more

Leadership commitment keys to winning battle against undernutrition UN agency says

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“The battle against undernutrition is being won, but progress is too slow for too many,” said Werner Schultink, the head of nutrition at the UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF). “Our message is clear – that the time is now for all of us to demonstrate resolute leadership and steadfast commitment for the millions of mothers and children who still fall victim to undernutrition,” Mr. Schultink said yesterday in a news release from UNICEF.The call comes as Governments of Brazil and the United Kingdom, and the Children’s Investment Fund Foundation (CIFF), are today hosting a summit in London to tackle undernutrition and agree on cutting the number of stunted children by an additional 20 million in the 20 highest burden countries by 2020. Meanwhile, the medical journal “Lancet” has reported that malnutrition is responsible for the deaths of 3.1 million children each year or 45 per cent of all deaths of children under five years of age. The figure is higher than the journal’s last estimates in 2008. The study found that children born too small for their gestational age – more than a quarter of births in low- and middle-income countries – were at a substantially greater risk of dying.The findings are in line with a UNICEF report, Improving Child Nutrition: The achievable imperative for global progress, which highlights the importance of nutrition during pregnancy and the first two years of a child’s life or the first 1,000 days. Ending stunting and other forms of undernutrition saves lives and improves health, prospects for children and development progress. “This is why the fight against undernutrition has to be a global imperative for donors, for affected countries, for innovators in the private sector and for communities themselves,” said Mr. Schultink.“That’s the sort of shared commitment we see in the Scaling up Nutrition Network, where 40 countries are already taking tangible steps to increase and better target investments and sharpen policies and nutrition-focused programmes.”An estimated 80 per cent of the world’s stunted children live in just 14 countries, according to UNICEF. The report highlights successes in scaling up nutrition and improving policies through proven interventions, such as promoting exclusive breastfeeding, addressing micronutrient deficiencies and improving maternal nutrition before and during pregnancy. The case studies are in 11 countries: Ethiopia, Haiti, India, Nepal, Peru, Rwanda, the Democratic Republic of the Congo, Sri Lanka, Kyrgyzstan, the United Republic of Tanzania and Viet Nam.In addition, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon launched the Every Woman Every Child initiative in 2010 to save the lives of 16 million women and children by 2015 by mobilizing governments, multilaterals, the private sector and civil society to address the major health challenges facing women and children around the world, including poor nutrition.To date, Every Woman Every Child has brought together 260 partners and made ambitious commitments to advance its goal, and billions of dollars in new funding for women’s and children’s health have been mobilized and $10 billion has already been delivered.The health of women and children is critically important to almost every area of human development and progress, and directly impacts our success in achieving the eight anti-poverty goals known as the Millennium Development Goals, which have a deadline of December 2015. read more

Experts share wisdom on safer winter motoring

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“If windows are covered in ice or misted-up, make sure they are totally clear before setting off – don’t be tempted simply to scrape a portion of the front screen. When clearing the inside of the windscreen, turn on air conditioning to help speed-up the process.  Using headlights ensures other road users can see you, so keep lights and mirrors free from snow and ice, not just the windows. “Regular servicing and simple car care are vital to ensure vehicles run smoothly, efficiently and safely through the winter months,” said Chris Mason, Motor Codes director. “The Code commits service and repair centres to be honest, fair and transparent in customer service. Over and above this, we have gathered expert opinion from across the motor industry that we intend to pass on to customers through our subscribing garages and the Motor Industry Codes website.” DIY vehicle maintenance – Motor Codes garageS&B Motors (Middlesex), Steve Boyce“Simple driveway tasks can keep your pride and joy on the road through the worst of this winter’s freezing conditions.  Using an all-season screen wash, correctly diluted to resist freezing, will clear your screen of salty deposits and grime, while topping up coolant levels will prevent the water in your radiator from freezing.  Remember that the cooling system should only be topped up before starting your vehicle. -Ends-Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window) More information about the Motor Industry Codes is available at motorindustrycodes.co.uk. At the website, motorists can also search for participating garages, set up a free service and MOT reminder, and find details for the free consumer advice line – 0800 692 0825. “Additionally, regular washing and even an application of a high-quality car wax will protect and preserve your paintwork from corrosion, particularly during winter when the salt used to keep roads ice-free can accelerate paint damage.  Finally, always keep light lenses clean and make sure you regularly check that bulbs are working.” Tyre condition – RACRAC information manager, Frank Flynn“Tyres are vital safety equipment as they are the only contact between drivers and the road. Therefore, checking and maintaining tyre pressures is important during the winter months as when the temperature drops, so does the tyre pressure. This can lead to excessive tyre wear causing poor brake performance and adverse fuel economy performance.” Motor industry self-regulatory body, Motor Codes Ltd, is committed to raising standards and increasing consumer protection for UK motorists. This winter, Motor Codes is encouraging its service and repair garages to provide expert seasonal motoring advice to customers, further demonstrating the professionalism and excellent customer service motorists can expect from a Motor Codes garage. Winter motoring tips that participating garages will be encouraged to discuss with their customers include: “Finally, when on the move, always leave more space between vehicles.  Longer braking distances are required on slippery roads – double in the wet and up to ten times further in icy conditions.” Winter driving considerations – RoadSafeRoadSafe director, Adrian Walsh“As light fades and temperatures drop, it is essential to allow longer for journeys, driving more slowly and above all smoothly, as skidding is generally caused by harsh acceleration, steering or braking. read more

Forest Gate Boy 14 critically ill after double shooting in east London

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first_imgIf you have any information about people carrying or supplying firearms please let us know and we will take actionCh Supt Ade Adelekan Chief Superintendent Ade Adelekan, head of policing in the London Borough of Newham, said: “Sadly today two young men have been shot on our streets, one of whom remains critically ill in hospital.”We are only too well aware that this incident comes after a number of shootings… that are blighting our communities and seriously injuring our young men.”He added that there would be extra officers on duty in the borough overnight due to fears there could be a revenge attack, and that he had authorised them to use stop and search tactics.”Proactive work will continue with our borough teams and specialist units such as Trident Area and Crime Command to investigate and catch the people responsible for these offences. A 14-year-old boy is fighting for his life and a second teenager is seriously injured after they were shot in east London.Police are investigating after the two victims were found with gunshot wounds on Moore Walk in Forest Gate at 3.10pm on Monday.London Ambulance Service attended the scene and both boys were taken to an east London hospital.The 14-year-old’s injuries are being treated as life-threatening, while the 17-year-old has suffered possible life-changing injuries, a Met Police spokesman said. “Violence has no place on our streets, and we have already made four arrests in connection with recent firearms offences,” he said.”I want the community of Newham to help us tackle this – if you have any information about people carrying or supplying firearms please let us know and we will take action.”center_img The shooting happened in Forest Gate, east LondonNo arrests have been made and anyone with any information is asked to call police in Newham on 101.There has been a surge in gun crime in the capital in the last year.Met Police figures published in April revealed a 42 per cent spike in gun offences – up to 2,544 compared to 1,793 between April 2015 and 2016. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Loacker Bozen is newold Italian champion

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Italian handball has new-old champion. The best team for the second year in a row is Loacker Bozen who was better in the Play-Off final against Pressano by goal difference.Pressano – Loacker Bozen 26-23 (p.t. 10-12)Pressano: Sampaolo, Pescador, Bolognani 3, Chisté W, Chisté D. 1, D’Antino 2, Giongo 6, Opalic 1, Dallago 5, Miori, Picello 1, Cappelletti, Alessandrini 4, Da Silva 3. All: Fabrizio GhedinLoacker Bozen: Fovio, Andergassen, Maione 5, Waldner 1, Obrist 1, Volpi, Radovcic 5, Sporcic 3, Gufler 2, Gaeta 1, Widmann, Pircher 3, Innerebner 2, Turkovic. All: Alessandro FusinaLoacker Bozen – Pressano 33-24 (p.t. 14-12)Loacker Bozen: Fovio, Andergassen, Gaeta 6, Gufler 4, Maione 8, Obrist, Pircher, Radovcic 7, Turkovic, Volpi 3, Waldner, Widmann, Sporcic 5, Innerebner. All: Alessandro FusinaPressano: Sampaolo, Pescador, Miori, Dallago 6, Chisté W. 1, D’Antino, Alessandrini 5, Bolognani 1, Chisté D, Da Silva 6, Opalic 1, Giongo 4, Picello, Cappelletti. All: Fabrizio GhedinArbitri: Bassi – Scisci Italian handballItalyLoacker BozenPressano ← Previous Story Draw for Men’s Youth WCh in Hungary: Host team with Venezuela to open tournament Next Story → Kristina Liscevic played Final with broken hand read more

Pensions reductions

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first_imgAs of next year, pensioners who spend more than six weeks in Greece face a cut in the rate of their Aged Care Pension due to supplement reductions, according to the Department of Human Services. Hank Jongen, General Manager of the Department of Human Services told Neos Kosmos that although people who receive benefits will still be able to receive their payments whilst overseas next year, they may face a reduction. This will impact people receiving other benefits such as family assistance payments, including the Disability Support Pension.“Other exceptions include payments made under the terms of an international social security agreement and students studying outside Australia as part of their course,” Mr Jongen told Neos Kosmos.“If you are already overseas on 1 January 2013, the old ’13 week’ rule will still apply until you return,” and advises to check your personal circumstances with Centrelink. “As always, I encourage anyone planning a trip outside Australia to contact us if they wish to find out how their payment may be affected. This is even more important if you’re considering moving overseas permanently.There is some valuable information available online, or you can discuss your plans with our customer service officers.” For those who move overseas permanently, the Aged Pension may continue to be paid, except the Pension Supplement which will reduce immediately on departure. “The amount of payment you receive may change again if you remain outside Australia for more than 26 weeks,” he said. “Generally after 26 weeks absence the amount of payment is based on your Australian Working Life Residence. This is how long you have lived in Australia between the age of 16 and Age Pension age. If you have less than 25 years working life residence in Australia you receive a proportional rate of payment.” He says that overseas travel may also impact on other payments. “For example, if you or your partner receive Carer Allowance and leave Australia, this payment may be effected. This can depend on respite days and whether the person you’re caring for goes with you or stays in Australia, as well as whether the trip is temporary or permanent.“If you are holder of a Health Care Card, a Low Income Health Care Card, a Pensioner Concession Card, or a Commonwealth Seniors Health Card and you leave Australia temporarily, your card will remain current for up to six weeks provided you continue to be entitled to the card. If you leave Australia permanently, your card will be cancelled on departure.”For more information go to the Australian Government Department of Human Services website at www.humanservices.gov.au and type ‘overseas’ in the search box. Alternatively, you can phone us on 13 2468, or visit your nearest service centre. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

Milena Sellers discusses the new plaque that honors the memories of her

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Appeals Court Rejects Antitrust Suit Against Time Inc Hearst

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first_imgA federal appellate court has upheld the dismissal of a longstanding antitrust suit against Hearst and Time Inc.—among other current and former magazine publishers—filed by defunct wholesaler Anderson News, LLC, likely ending a legal battle so protracted that several of its original parties no longer exist.In an opinion released Monday reflecting a unanimous decision from the Second Circuit Court of Appeals, Judge Susan L. Carney wrote that the Southern District of New York had ruled correctly in 2015 when it dismissed a $371 million lawsuit brought by Anderson against six major magazine publishers, among other defendants.Anderson’s suit alleged that the publishers illegally colluded to drive it out of business in response to a seven-cent surcharge Anderson attempted to impose, in early 2009, on copies of magazines it delivered to retailers on behalf of the defendants—which included the aforementioned Hearst and Time Inc., as well as American Media, Inc., Bauer Publishing, Hachette Filipacchi Media, Rodale, Hudson News, and four distributors, including Curtis Circulation, who partnered with the publishers. The publishers—who at the time accounted for 42 percent of the U.S. market for single-copy magazine sales—balked at the proposed surcharge, instead opting to go with other wholesalers such as Hudson News and News Group, and Anderson was forced to cease operations and file for bankruptcy just weeks later.Some of the defendants, including AMI, Hearst, and Time Inc., countersued, claiming that Anderson itself had engaged in an illegal conspiracy by pressuring retailers Kroger and Walmart to refuse shipments from other magazine wholesalers and competitor Source Interlink to impose its own, similar surcharge.Both sets of claims were dismissed in the Southern District in 2010, before the Second Circuit reversed the dismissal in 2012, opening the door for Anderson to appeal.“Anderson sought to significantly change the state of the market by suddenly seeking to impose a surcharge and setting an immediate deadline for publishers to take it or leave it,” wrote Carney in her decision upholding the original dismissal. “It is not surprising that the defendants quickly rejected the proposal in favor of switching to existing wholesalers without surcharges, refusing to accept the terms of Anderson’s new business model. No reasonable jury could find on this record that the defendants entered into a ‘conscious commitment to a common scheme designed to achieve an unlawful objective.’”This latest Second Circuit ruling also upheld the dismissals of the counterclaims made against Anderson.“AMI is pleased that the Second Circuit upheld the grant of summary judgment in its favor, affirming AMI’s position that it did not improperly collude with other magazine publishers,” said an AMI spokesperson in a statement, echoing a similar statement from Meredith Corp., which acquired Time Inc. earlier this year.last_img read more

Trump Sidelines Immigration Nominee For Tougher Direction

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first_img Share Steve Helber/APIn this Nov. 9, 2018, photo Ronald Vitiello, acting head of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement, gestures during an interview in Richmond, Va.The notice to Congress from the White House was met with confusion: Why would President Donald Trump withdraw his nominee to lead U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement?Longtime border official Ron Vitiello appeared to be cruising toward confirmation. One Senate committee had endorsed his nomination and a second was likely to follow suit despite opposition from some Democrats and a union representing some agency officers.No one in the Department of Homeland Security, which oversees the immigration agency, had been notified about the intention to remove Vitiello from consideration, according to people familiar with the decision. Officials at Homeland Security and congressional aides thought it must have been a paperwork error made by the White House personnel office that would be resolved quickly.Turns out, it wasn’t a mistake. It was just another day in the Trump administration.The president on Friday confirmed he had pulled the nomination, even as he called Vitiello a “good man.”“But we’re going in a tougher direction. We want to go in a tougher direction,” he said.Trump did not explain what that meant and did not say whom he had in mind as a replacement. But the decision, first reported by The Associated Press, comes as his administration is struggling to deal with an influx of Central American migrants, which has led to a 12-year high in U.S.-Mexico border crossings, straining the U.S. immigration system.Trump had threatened to close the border entirely to cope with the flow, before backing off this week.In a letter addressed to all ICE employees Friday, Vitiello thanked the president and members of Congress for their support.“No matter the external circumstances, I am grateful knowing you remain engaged and dedicated to the critical work of protecting our communities from the transnational criminal organizations and cross-border crime that threatens our nation,” he wrote.“While I will not become the permanent director of ICE, I look forward to working alongside you in serving the American public with Integrity, Courage, and Excellence.”Six government and congressional officials involved in immigration issues suggested the decision to drop Vitiello could be an impulsive staff shake-up driven by the fact that White House policies intended to stop migrants have not succeeded. Many blamed Stephen Miller, the influential West Wing aide, for the decision on Vitiello and saw it as part of a plan to replace longtime immigration officials with hard-liners who appealed more to allies of Trump and Miller. The officials were not authorized to discuss internal deliberations and spoke on condition of anonymity.Vitiello had been scheduled to travel with Trump to the border Friday but was told late Thursday he wasn’t going, one of the people said.He has been acting head since June of the agency that enforces U.S. immigration law in the interior of the United States. He has more than 30 years of law enforcement experience, starting in 1985 with the U.S. Border Patrol. He was previously Border Patrol chief and deputy commissioner of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, which oversees the patrol.Vitiello took over during a time of heightened scrutiny of the agency. Part of its mission is to arrest immigrants who are in the U.S. illegally, and that has made the agency a symbol of Trump’s policies and a target for Democrats.Trump has been railing against increasing border crossings, as well as the release of thousands of migrants into the U.S. because of a lack of space to hold them, a move he derides as “catch and release.”It’s a battle cry on a signature issue for the president, who wants to restrict immigration but whose policies have largely failed to do so.For many years, families arriving at the border were typically released from U.S. custody immediately and allowed to settle with family or friends in the U.S. while their immigration cases wound their way through the courts, a process that often takes years.But in recent months, the number of families crossing into the U.S. has climbed to record highs, pushing the system to the breaking point. As a result, ICE was releasing families faster, in greater numbers and farther from the border. Since Dec. 21, the agency set free more than 125,000 people who came into the U.S. as families.Trump on Friday was touring a recently built portion of replacement fencing that he is holding up as the answer to stop the recent surge of migrant families coming to the U.S.Though the 2-mile section is only a long-planned replacement for an older barrier, the White House describes it as the first section of his proposed border wall. It’s commemorated with a plaque bearing Trump’s name and those of top immigration and homeland security officials — but not Vitiello’s.___Associated Press writer Elliot Spagat in San Diego contributed to this report.last_img read more

Magic in the air with Transats annual Flights in Search of Santa

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first_img<< Previous PostNext Post >> Friday, December 9, 2016 TORONTO — Air Transat and Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada hosted hundreds of children with a life-threatening diagnosis for a special flight to meet Santa yesterday.The flights, which took off from Montreal, Toronto and Vancouver, were part of Air Transat’s 12th annual Flights in Search of Santa, a joint effort in partnership with Children’s Wish Foundation of Canada. For the second year in a row, a flight from Paris carrying some 50 sick children and their families also took off in search of Santa.Onboard the flights Air Transat announced a $98,975 donation to Children’s Wish, which represents the amounts collected over the past year as part of the airline’s ‘Small Change, Big Hearts’ program and other initiatives. Yesterday’s donation is in addition to the more than $5 million raised for Children’s Wish since the inception of the partnership between the two organizations.“There is truly nothing better than seeing a child smile in wonderment, and we in turn are delighted to bring a little magic into the lives of hundreds of children across Canada and in France,” said Jean-Francois Lemay, President, Air Transat. “The Flights in Search of Santa is at the core of our partnership with The Children’s Wish Foundation and is the Air Transat family’s favourite event of the year.”More news:  Virgin Voyages de-activates Quebec accounts at FirstMates agent portalThe memorable day began at the Air Transat check-in counter at Toronto-Pearson airport, where some 250 passengers, including children living with severe illnesses, along with members of their families, received their boarding passes for the North Pole. They then made their way to the boarding lounge, where a number of festive activities awaited. Finally, they took their seats in the aircraft for a 90-minute flight during which Santa Claus made a surprise appearance and distributed presents.“Children’s Wish Foundation is very fortunate to be able to count on the support of Air Transat, a partner since 2004,” said Chris Kotsopoulos, CEO of The Children’s Wish Foundation. “This event is truly one of the greatest moments of the year for Children’s Wish and for the participating children. We are delighted that Air Transat is here to help us make this unique day possible for these kids, for whom illness is a daily reality.”The annual Flights in Search of Santa come together with the collaboration of several partners including Montréal-Trudeau, Toronto Pearson, Vancouver International airports and Roissy Charles de Gaulle airport, and the volunteer efforts of Air Transat employees. Posted by Magic in the air with Transat’s annual ‘Flights in Search of Santa’center_img The Canadian Press Share Tags: Air Transatlast_img read more

Britains Prince Harry arrives to attend the Easte

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first_img Britain’s Prince Harry arrives to attend the Easter Mattins Service at St. George’s Chapel, at Windsor Castle in England Sunday, April 21, 2019. (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, pool) Happy birthday: Queen Elizabeth II turns 93 on Easter Sunday by The Associated Press Posted Apr 22, 2019 6:02 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email LONDON — Queen Elizabeth II is celebrating her 93rd birthday, which this year coincides with Easter Sunday.The queen is marking Easter by attending a service with other senior royals at St. George’s Chapel on the grounds of Windsor Castle, west of London.She was joined by Prince William and his wife Kate, the Duchess of Cambridge, and Prince Harry, whose wife Meghan, the Duchess of Sussex, is expecting their first child in the coming weeks and did not attend.Harry and Meghan did post a birthday greeting for the queen on their Instagram page: “Happy Birthday Your Majesty, Ma’am, Granny. Wishing you the most wonderful day! Harry & Meghan.”The queen’s birthday is marked this year by an unusual sunny spell that has sent flowers blooming on the extensive castle grounds.Sunday is the first of two birthday celebrations each year for the queen. She marks her official birthday in June with the Trooping the Color parade.The two-birthday tradition dates back more than 250 years, when it was instituted by King George II.Elizabeth is the longest-reigning monarch in British history. She still maintains an active schedule, although she does not travel as often as she used to.Her 97-year-old husband, Prince Philip, has retired from public duties and did not attend the service.The Associated Presslast_img read more

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state board exams recently She doesn’t talk much about the incident and we don’t either the focus is on rehabilitation and helping her move forward in a positive way” Vijay Doiphode chairman of Mumbai’s child welfare committee toldIndiaSpend Until recently Doiphode was a senior social worker at the Tata Institute of Social Sciences working on the girl’s case “She goes to visit her family in jail on and off” he added The two police officers–assistant inspector Yogesh Mane and sub-inspector Sonali Rajguru–who had been suspended for dereliction of duty and for passing the casteist “Sairat” remark at the Sonawanes the night before Swapnil’s death resumed duty three months after Swapnil’s death a police officer at Nerul police station said About sixteen months later on 21 November 2017 the girl’s mother and a friend among the 10 persons the Navi Mumbai police arrested for the murder were granted bail theIndian Expressreportedon 22 December 2017 The court had previously rejected the bail application of the girl’s mother on 2 August 2017 observing “the prosecution has successfully shown” that she was “a member of unlawful assembly who killed Swapnil Sonawane” courtdocumentsshow Eight of the accused still remain in jail The next court hearing is scheduled for May 8 2018 So far the Sonawanes have attended 33 hearings though the trial is yet to begin courtdatashow “Every month they give us a date and then for some reason or the other the hearing is adjourned This has been going on for months on end” Shahaji said ‘Don’t they deserve justice too’ Sakshi Swapnil’s sister is set to start college this year “She doesn’t talk much anymore We thought about changing her school but her friends have been very supportive so we decided not to” Gauri her mother said “She misses her brother but she doesn’t say anything She fears that if she talks about her pain it will remind us of our own pain” she said wistfully “I want to see justice for my son” The long-running case has not deterred the Sonawanes but they said it has left them isolated “Since then (the day of the murder) our neighbours don’t talk to us anymore Nobody has come forward to help us in fact they have made things more difficult for me at work But it doesn’t matter we just want justice for our son” Shahaji said shrugging his shoulders “This is all we care about We died that day along with Swapnil Now what happens to us doesn’t matter We just want justice” he repeated as if in prayer Their lawyer cited the example of another case in Maharashtra and said he wishes Swapnil’s case proceeds in the same way especially as there is a special law for the protection of Dalits On 13 July 2016 six days before the murder of Swapnil Sonawane a 15-year-old girl wasfoundbrutally raped and murdered in a field in Kopardi village in Ahmednagar less than 300 km away from Navi Mumbai The crime perpetrated by three Dalit men of the Mahar sub-caste horrified the Maratha community the girl belonged to and sparked state-wide 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Credit: RUVEN AFANADOR1 of 10StyleSee Every Fashion Model to Be on the Cover of TIMELily RothmanFeb 11 2016Derek Zoolander’s life-changing TIME cover story is as fictional as he is but that doesn’t mean plenty of other real models have appeared inside the red borderCover stories about fashion designers have been a staple since the magazine’s first years—here’s Elsa Schiaparelli in 1934 But it wasn’t until the late 1940s that Lisa Fonssagrives who TIME identified as "the highest-paid highest-praised high-fashion model in the business considered by many of her colleagues the greatest fashion model of all time" made cover-worthy news for wearing clothes rather than creating them And unlike in Zoolander the models who made the cover were not being mocked but rather acknowledged as driving forces behind big businesses global trends and even popular interest in scienceHistory NewsletterStay on top of the history behind today’s news ViewSampleAs Zoolander 2 heads to theaters on Friday here’s a look back at some of the TIME US covers on which that fictional plot line might have been well modeledBusinesses were closed across the grief-stricken Brazilian city of Chapecó on Tuesday as residents struggled to process the devastating tragedy that had befallen their beloved soccer team Chapecoense Almost every member of a team described as the “Cinderella story” of Brazilian soccer was killed when its chartered plane crashed in mountainous terrain near the Colombian city of Medellin late Monday local time with the loss of 71 lives The British Aerospace 146 jet was supposed to be carrying players to the game of their lives the first leg of the finals of the Copa Sudamericana tournament capping a fairytale rise to the top division of Brazilian soccer Instead municipal officials in Chapecó a city of 210000 people in the southern Brazilian state of Santa Catarina have cancelled all holiday season activities and declared 30 days of mourning according to Wall Street Journal "Its like the whole city has died" one senior official reportedly said The Arena Condá stadium where the team were next scheduled to play on Dec 6 has become a focal point for large numbers of grieving fans clad in green team jerseys "We can only cry and try to understand whats happening" the Journal quoted a local business owner as saying Fans light candles in tribute to the players of Brazilian team Chapecoense Real killed in a plane crash in the Colombian mountains at their football stadium in Chapeco Santa Catarina Brazil on November 29 2016 NELSON ALMEIDA—AFP/Getty Images Brazil’s champion soccer team Sao Paolo’s Palmeiras has asked the Brazilian Football Confederation if its players can wear Chapecoense colors for the last match of the season Associated Press reports Other clubs reportedly said that they want to freely loan players to Chapecoense for the 2017 season Meanwhile Brazil has declared three days of national mourning for victims of the crash President Michel Temer said Air Force 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