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October 17, 2019
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No need for lengthy border exam of Meng Wanzhou before her arrest

first_imgVANCOUVER — The defence team for a Huawei executive whose arrest at Vancouver’s airport sparked a diplomatic crisis between Canada and China says there was no good reason for border officials to detain her for almost three hours before her arrest. Scott Fenton, a defence lawyer for Meng Wanzhou, told the B.C. Supreme Court that border officials already knew that Meng was facing charges in the United States by the time she got off her flight from Hong Kong.He says that means officials also knew she would be arrested and taken before the courts, that they had no power to remove her and that they could already report her as inadmissible because of the allegations she faces in the U.S. Instead, Fenton says she was held for three hours and a border official questioned her about her business in Iran before she was informed of her arrest and read her rights.Meng was arrested Dec. 1, 2018, at the request of the United States, which is seeking her extradition on fraud charges in violation of sanctions with Iran.Both Meng and Chinese tech giant Huawei have denied any wrongdoing and none of the allegations have been tested in court.Fenton says border official recorded that passwords to her phones and relayed them to RCMP along with her electronic devices as evidence that her detention was not a routine border check but a “covert criminal investigation.”He argues the provisional arrest warrant calling for her “immediate” arrest should have taken precedence over an immigration examination.“There was no need for this lengthy examination of the applicant,” he told the court.Meng, who is the chief financial officer of Huawei and the daughter of the company’s founder, is free on bail and living in Vancouver.Meng’s legal team is asking the court to further documentation to support its argument that her arrest at Vancouver’s airport was unlawful ahead of her extradition trial, which is scheduled to begin in January.Canada’s attorney general has not yet presented its response in court, but documents show it will say officials followed the law when they detained Meng and the defence has no proof to substantiate its “conspiracy theory” that she was illegally arrested.This report from The Canadian Press was first published on Sept. 25, 2019.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

October 12, 2019
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Hollande Highlights Willingness to Overcome Tensions with Morocco

Rabat – French President Francois Hollande seized the occasion of the inauguration on Tuesday of the exhibition “Contemporary Morocco” at the Arab World Institute, to highlight the willingness of his country to revive its partnership with Morocco.In his speech, Holland paid tribute to King Mohammed VI, “with whom [he] maintains friendly relations since [his] accession to the presidency of the Republic.”“This exhibition is an opportunity to recall the importance I attach to the friendship between France and Morocco,” he said, hoping that “the two countries remain not only exceptional partners but also deepen their cooperation in all areas.” “I want to maintain the trust and overcome the difficulties that sometimes arise because we need each other,” said the head the French President.He went on to assay that he will “personally ensure that bilateral relations can be expanded and consolidated.”The relations between Morocco and France have been strained in recent months after a series of incidents that highlighted a crisis of trust between the leaders of both countries.Last March, French custom services subjected Moroccan Foreign Minister, Salaheddine Mezouar, to what was described by Moroccan media as a “humiliating” search while he was on transit at Paris Charles De Gaulle airport on his way to Morocco.The inspection procedure, was long and the head of Moroccan diplomacy was forced to remove his coat, belt and other footwear.This incident took place a month after the relations between Morocco and France had entered a period of tension following a lawsuit filed by an NGO against Abdellatif Hammouchi, the head of Moroccan Domestic Intelligence Agency (DGST), and the decision of a French judge to send 7 policemen to Moroccan ambassador’s residence to inform Hammouchi, who was accompanying the Interior Minister on a visit to Paris, of a summon issued by the investigating judge.To make things worse, French press reported few days later a statement made by Javier Bardem, one of the staunch supporters of the Polisario. In the statement, the Spanish actor said that during an alleged meeting he had held with the former French Ambassador to the United Nations in 2011, the French diplomat had told him that “Morocco is a mistress who you sleep with every night, who you don’t particularly love but you have to defend.”These incidents sparked outrage in Morocco and prompted Paris to apologize to Rabat.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed read more

October 12, 2019
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UN mission in Georgia thrown into uncertainty by recent conflict – Ban

6 October 2008Dramatic changes due to the Russian-Georgian conflict in South Ossetia have cast a veil of uncertainty over the future function of the 14-year-old United Nations mission entrusted with overseeing the ceasefire accord between the Government and Abkhaz separatists in north-western Georgia, according to the latest UN report on the region. Dramatic changes due to the Russian-Georgian conflict in South Ossetia have cast a veil of uncertainty over the future function of the 14-year-old United Nations mission entrusted with overseeing the ceasefire accord between the Government and Abkhaz separatists in north-western Georgia, according to the latest UN report on the region. “It is not yet known which features, if any, of the 1994 Moscow [ceasefire] Agreement that forms the basis of the Mission’s observation mandate will be retained when the current security discussions conclude,” Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in the report to the Security Council in which he asks for a four-month extension of the UN Observer Mission in Georgia (UNOMIG). “In particular, there is as yet little clarity as to the future status of what has so far constituted the area of responsibility of UNOMIG, namely the security zone, where no military presence was permitted, the restricted weapons zone, where no heavy weapons could be introduced, and the Kodori Valley,” he adds, referring to the Abkhazia region. UNOMIG has no jurisdiction in the nearby South Ossetia region. Mr. Ban notes that in view of official statements and decisions by Georgia and Russia it seems unlikely that the Russian-led Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) peacekeeping force in the Abkhazia region will have any role in the separation of forces between the two sides, and it is still unclear what arrangement, if any, will fulfil this function. “Under these circumstances, it is too early at this stage to define the role that UNOMIG may play in the future,” he writes. “But as long as international involvement in the Georgian-Abkhaz conflict is seen as helping to prevent future conflict, UNOMIG may be called upon to make a contribution. In this respect, I have received formal indications from the Georgian and Abkhaz sides that they support the continuation of the Mission.” Citing differences that have already surfaced between the two sides, Mr. Ban says UNOMIG’s good offices role could be as relevant as ever in seeking to resolve the many issues that are bound to emerge in the upcoming period. “It is in this context that I recommend to the Security Council that it extend the mandate of the Mission on a technical basis for a period of four months, until 15 February 2009,” he writes. “While the role of UNOMIG may need to be adjusted, I do believe that the United Nations should continue to place the experience of UNOMIG at the disposal of the two sides and the international community in order to respond in the best possible way to the demands of conflict prevention and conflict resolution,” he adds, pledging intensified UN consultations in the coming months over the issue. UNOMIG, which currently has 134 military observers, 17 police, 85 international civilian personnel and about 175 local civilian staff, is entrusted with verifying compliance with the 1994 ceasefire and separation of forces agreement and observing the operations of the CIS peacekeeping force. read more

October 6, 2019
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UNs oilforfood programme releases latest figures on Iraqi petroleum exports

The new income for the week ending 18 January brought to about $922 million the total estimated revenue in the programme’s current phase XI, which runs from 1 December 2001 to 29 May, according to the latest figures released by the UN Office of the Iraq Programme (OIP).The total value of contracts placed on hold by the Security Council’s 661 sanctions committee has surpassed the $5 billion mark, the OIP said.Meanwhile OIP’s Executive Director, Benon Sevan, continued his working visit to Iraq, visiting three northern governorates this week, a UN spokesperson said today.Mr. Sevan travelled to Sulaymaniyah, Erbil and Dahuk following an initial round of discussions in Baghdad with a number of Iraqi government officials – including the Ministers of Foreign Affairs, Oil, Health, Trade, Interior and the Commissioner of Electricity – on the implementation of the “oil-for-food programme,” Marie Okabe told a press briefing in New York. read more

October 6, 2019
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UN Red Cross and Red Crescent team up to fight southern Africa

According to the agreement signed in Malawi, the agencies will work as operational partners to supply and deliver food and non-food items to beneficiaries in Lesotho, Malawi, Swaziland, Zambia and Zimbabwe, where 13 million people are facing severe food shortages.”We are incredibly grateful for this strategic and timely contribution,” James T. Morris, WFP’s Executive Director and UN Special Envoy for the crisis, said in Malawi, where he is continuing his two-week mission to the six countries affected by the crisis. “This is typical of the extraordinary support that WFP has received from Norway and other Nordic countries over the years.””The massive needs in southern Africa have led us to find new ways to collaborate and coordinate our activities,” explained the Secretary-General of the Norwegian Red Cross, Jan Egeland, who signed the agreement on behalf of the International Federation. “With this partnership we are benefiting from each other’s strengths and maximizing the use of available resources.”The International Federation is making available to WFP vehicles and other heavy equipment and warehouses to transport and story the food supplied by the agency and its non-governmental partners.As part of the agreement, WFP will cover the running costs of the equipment, and the International Federation will employ and train all the necessary staff. read more

October 2, 2019
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Pokémon Go raises some privacy concerns Brock experts warn

The dreams of 90s kids everywhere are coming true. People all over the world are downloading the mobile app Pokémon Go, and have become what they have always dreamt of: Pokémon Trainers. Even in Canada, where the app is not officially available yet, people have found workarounds and are playing the recently released mobile game. With the use of augmented reality technology, players can view the digital creatures on their mobile phones in conjunction with what they are viewing and experiencing in real-life through their phone’s GPS and camera. There have already been numerous injury reports related to using the app and concerns over privacy.“Privacy concerns about Pokémon Go are surfacing some of the ongoing issues associated with the access and use of our personal information by apps,” says Brock University Communication, Popular Culture & Film Assistant Professor, Karen Louise Smith. “Until very recently, users were consenting to the provision of more data than Niantic, the company that produced Pokémon Go, states it was actually using.” Smith says people need to be vigilant about the terms they consent to when they access games and other apps. However, she says corporations should also hold some of the responsibility when it comes to privacy protection. “Corporations have an ongoing responsibility to make privacy policies and other terms of service understandable in everyday contexts where technologies are used. Companies also need to be reasonable about what data they ask to access in return for the provision of a service such as a cell phone game.”Assistant Professor Dale Bradley says Niantic has hit the jackpot for the collection of information — the new currency in the online world.“Apps that can garner large audiences that frequently return to the app on a daily basis are the holy grail for business models based on data aggregation and consumer information,” he says.Recent data suggests Pokémon Go could be on track to surpass some of the most popular apps in the world such as Twitter, Facebook and Instagram for daily use.From a technology perspective, Bradley says Go appears to be the first augmented reality app to gain traction and attention in the marketplace.“This is likely due as much to the interest of Millenials in the content as it is to the decidedly ‘nifty’ augmented reality (AR), geo-caching nature of the game,” says Bradley, adding that Millenials were around 10 years old at the height of the original Pokémon craze.“The technological significance of Pokémon Go is that it’s the first app to provide a successful business model for AR by bringing it into the realm of popular culture,” says Bradley.A Pokémon Go character is shown in front of the Maj.-Gen. Sir Isaac Brock statue in a screenshot captured by Brock University employee Matt Melnyk.A Pokémon Go character is shown in a Thistle hallway. read more

September 20, 2019
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Déchets Paris expérimente le compostage en ville

first_imgDéchets : Paris expérimente le compostage en villeParis, France – La ville de Paris a décidé d’étendre le compostage organique, qu’elle expérimente déjà depuis plusieurs mois, à une centaine d’immeubles volontaires. Un appel à candidatures a été lancé mardi sur le site Internet de la capitale.Dans le cadre de son plan de prévention des déchets et du plan régional d’élimination des déchets ménagers et assimilés, la mairie de Paris a expérimenté le compostage en pied d’immeubles sur vingt-cinq sites volontaires. Elle souhaite aujourd’hui passer à l’étape supérieure en étendant ce dispositif à une centaine d’immeubles. L’appel à candidatures lancé mardi est également ouvert aux établissements publics.À lire aussiPour lutter contre la pollution plastique, ces Français vont se lancer dans une incroyable expéditionComme le souligne François Dagnaud, l’adjoint au maire chargé de la propreté et de la gestion des déchets, “dans nos poubelles, la moitié des déchets organiques peuvent être recyclés sous forme de compost, ce qui permettrait d’alléger de 70 kilos par an et par habitant la poubelle verte dédiée aux ordures ménagères”.A l’aide de seaux qui leur seront fournis, les Parisiens volontaires devront déposer leurs déchets organiques tels que les épluchures, le marc de café, les sachets de thé ou encore les coquilles d’œuf dans le composteur installé au pied de leur immeuble. Ils les mélangeront ensuite à de la matière sèche afin d’éviter les mauvaises odeurs. Après un an de maturation, le compost obtenu sera utilisé pour enrichir le terreau des jardinières et des espaces verts de l’immeuble.Quand il décrit le compostage en ville, François Dagnaud évoque “une aventure collective sympa”, qui contribue “à la recherche d’un nouvel art de vivre en ville”. A long terme, la ville de Paris souhaite “aller vers une généralisation du compostage des biodéchets”.Le 18 avril 2010 à 20:22 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

September 20, 2019
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Manchots un concours en ligne organisé pour baptiser onze dentre eux découvrezles

first_imgManchots : un concours en ligne organisé pour baptiser onze d’entre eux, découvrez-les en imagesÉtats-Unis – Le New England Aquarium de Boston a lancé au mois d’août un concours permettant aux internautes de proposer un nom de baptême pour l’un des onze manchots du Cap qui viennent de naître dans son enceinte. Les gagnants bénéficieront d’une visite des coulisses de l’aquarium.Avec onze poussins fraîchement sortis de l’œuf, les biologistes du New England Aquarium de Boston ont bien de la peine à trouver un nom à leurs nouveaux manchots du Cap (Spheniscus demersus). D’où l’idée d’inviter internautes et téléspectateurs à venir à leur aide, grâce à un concours qui s’est tenu du 13 au 22 août. Les noms proposés pour les oisillons devaient, comme ceux de leurs congénères vivant déjà à l’aquarium, évoquer un élément lié à la vie de l’espèce. À lire aussiUne femme donne naissance à un bébé cyclope en EgypteOn citera ainsi, parmi les noms des anciens pensionnaires, Pip qui évoque le “pipping”, terme désignant l’action du poussin de percer sa coquille de l’intérieur lors de l’éclosion, Pikkewynne qui signifie “manchot” en Afrikaans, la langue des Boers d’Afrique du Sud ou Roast Beef et Plum Pudding, qui sont les noms de deux îles de Namibie, terre d’origine de ces oiseaux. Pour découvrir les jeunes manchots en photos : https://www.maxisciences.com/manchot/ces-bebes-manchots-nes-en-captivite-attendent-d-039-etre-baptises_art8928.html            Le 29 août 2010 à 13:02 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

September 19, 2019
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Body found in Camas home victims boyfriend sought

first_imgPolice are looking for the victim’s boyfriend after a family member arrived at a home in Camas on Sunday to find a woman’s body.Camas Police Department spokeswoman Officer Debra Riedl said a family member arrived at a home in the 2100 block of Northeast Everett Street around 1:30 p.m. and found the woman’s body.The police identified the woman as Luz Guitron, 35.There were signs of a struggle inside the house, police said, and investigators believe someone attacked and killed Guitron.The Camas police identified Guillermo Juarez, 38, as a suspect. Juarez and Guitron have been dating for several years and have a child in common, according to police.Juarez has fled the area, police said, but the department says there’s no immediate threat to the public.last_img

September 17, 2019
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Claudio Ranieri desperate for points

first_imgFulham manager Claudio Ranieri says his immediate priority at the club is to win points as they battle to stay in the Premier League after an abysmal start to the season.Fulham are stuck to the bottom of the Premier League table, despite spending over £100m on players last summer.The Cottagers have amassed just 10 points from 18 matches and have conceded the most goals so far this season.Their poor start to the season led to the sacking of former manager Slaviša Jokanović and Claudio Ranieri was handed the reins to help the club survive.After picking up just four points from his three home games in charge, Ranieri wants to make Craven Cottage a fortress for the club as they prepare to host Wolves on Boxing Day.Official: Tottenham sign Fulham youngster Ryan Sessegnon Andrew Smyth – August 8, 2019 Tottenham have sealed another transfer deadline day deal to sign the highly-rated Ryan Sessegnon from Fulham.“I would like to get more points at home because in front of our fans they deserve it,” Ranieri told Sky Sports.“But in this moment wherever I can get points is not important. Getting points is more important than where.“Our fans are very close to us and they believe.“If I believe, they believe. If they believe they strengthen everything. We try to transmit to them our strength.“We feel our fans are behind us. It is important. They fight a lot to get back into the Premier League. That is important for us, for them, for everybody.”last_img read more

August 29, 2019
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Major Muslim group wont block decriminalization of homosexuality in India

first_imgGAYSTARNEWS- Nagpur LGBTI Pride in 2017. | Photo: Facebook via Indian LGBT Community India is facing the prospect of legalizing gay sex in a matter of days and the movement has been bolstered after an influential Muslim group said it would not stand in the way of decriminalization. eTN Chatroom for Readers (join us) TheAll India Muslim Personal Law Board (AIMPLB) declared it would not oppose scrapping Section 377 of the Indian Penal Code. Section 377 criminalizes ‘carnal intercourse against the order of nature’ including gay sex.India’s Supreme Court is currently considering a petition to get rid of Section 377. A decision on the matter is likely to happen soon.Momentum is gathering for the removal of the law after the Indian government said it would not oppose the court’s decision if it ruled in favor of scrapping Section 377.Now, the Muslim Law Board has said it would also not stand in the way of changing the laws. The board represents most Muslim sect in India and features many prominent Muslim Indians.‘We left the matter to the Supreme Court. We will not participate in the 377 proceedings,’ AIMPLB member Yusuf Hatim Muchhala told NDTV.center_img Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… This declaration is important because it had previously opposed scrapping Section 377 in the Delhi High Court and Supreme Court.Even though the Board won’t appeal the court’s decision it has implored it to rule against overturning Section 377, because homosexuality is still a crime in Islamic law.‘(The) AIMPLB appeals the government to take a firm stance in the court against homosexuality. It’s a sin in all religions and should be declared a crime. A neutral stance by the government is against religions, traditions and ethics of this country,’ it wrote on Twitter.Section 377Section 377 of India’s penal code dates back to 1861, when the country was under British rule. Those convicted under the law face up to ten years in prison.Campaigners were jubilant when the High Court of Delhi repealed the law with regard to consenting adults in 2009. But in 2013, two members of the Supreme Court of India overturned that judgment.Section 377 was cited in the arrest of 600 people in 2014 and over 1,400 in 2015. It has also made it more difficult to promote HIV awareness.Got a news tip? Want to share your story? Email us . What is Section 377? Everything you need to know about India’s anti-gay lawIndia’s faith leaders want to scrap gay sex ban ahead of Supreme Court rulingIndia signals support for legalizing gay sexRead the full article on Gaystarnews:  :https://www.gaystarnews.com/article/major-muslim-group-wont-block-decriminalization-of-homosexuality-in-india/last_img read more

August 17, 2019
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bmi wins Best Short Haul Leisure Airline in Condé Nast Readers

first_imgSource = Discover the World Marketing / bmi bmi is delighted to be the recipient of a Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Award in this year’s awards, presented last week at the Royal Institution, London.  bmi won the award for Best Short-haul Leisure Airline, against stiff competition from Swiss International Air Lines, British Airways and KLM.The Condé Nast Traveller Readers’ Awards have been running since 2001 and are voted for by readers of the popular aspirational travel magazine.  In the voting this year readers particularly praised the bmi for its child-friendliness and value for money.  The airline scored a total of 87.37% in this category and was also a runner up in the Best Business Airline award.Commenting on the win, Dominic Paul, bmi’s Managing Director today said, ‘We are delighted to be recognised by the discerning readers of Condé Nast Traveller as offering a quality leisure product and we are very proud of our win.  It is great that our child-friendliness and value are acknowledged.’  For more information flybmi.comlast_img read more

August 17, 2019
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Visa application fees on the rise

first_imgAustralian Government announces increase to majority of visa application charges. The Australian Government has announced further increases to visa application fees.The majority of visa application charges will increase by 15 percent from 1 September 2013, according to changes announced in the recent Federal Budget.The only visas exempt from the fee rise are student visas and visitor visas.The price hike comes on top of considerable fee increases introduced on 1 July 2013, which in some cases doubled or even tripled the cost of visa applications.The increases are set to raise AU$542 million over the next 4 years, according to research by Acacia Immigration Australia.Source = ETB News: P.T.last_img

August 17, 2019
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2017 starts with a bang – TravelManagers celebrate record sales

first_img2017 starts with a Bang – TravelManagers celebrate record sales month Executive General Manager – Michael Gazal2017 starts with a bang – TravelManagers celebrate record sales monthTravelManagers celebrate a record start to 2017 as their personal travel managers produce a new all-time sales revenue record. Sales for the month of February was 13% higher than the previous best month of sales, achieved a year ago in February 2016.TravelManagers’ Executive General Manager Michael Gazal is quick to point out with significant product discounting, this sales milestone is even more of an achievement worth celebrating.“The 13% growth in February’s month on month sales is technically underestimated. Significant airfare discounting has been driven by capacity growth which has affected the value of booking transactions and its impact on year-on-year sales comparisons.”Gazal further adds, “Sales reductions have not solely been limited to airfare discounting. Prevailing market conditions has resulted in substantial price reductions being experienced across many categories of travel products. Prices were definitely higher during February 2016, which really highlights a strong increase in our total transaction numbers and demand for the personal travel manager model. Average personal travel manager productivity has improved and the record sales underline the strength, relevance and diversity of TravelManagers product and service offerings.”The record month is not in isolation, TravelManagers report year to date, overall sales are ahead by 12% on 2016.“This is our strongest start to a year in history. We’re thrilled with these results as it shows personal service is still extremely important in a growing technological world. The professionalism and calibre of our 500 plus personal travel managers who focus on service and genuinely looking out for what is in their clients’ best interests,” says Gazal.Gazal sees the results as proof the TravelManagers business model is robust and confident and that consumer demand for the personal travel manager concept is strong.“When you’re dealing with a personal travel manager you’re dealing with the boss. They’re local, motivated and well informed. That’s why they’re proving to be so popular with clients and TravelManagers is winning market share due to strong referrals from past and present clients. Providing individual tailor made experiences, and having your own personal travel manager is what sets a personal travel manager apart from a traditional travel agent and its evident this is what Australians are now looking for.”Gazal highlights that the personal travel manager model is also attractive to travel consultants.“Despite the financial impact of the current reduction in the price of many travel products the TravelManagers’ business model continues to provide personal travel manager certainty. We’re expecting these sales figures to further cement our standing in the industry and we are also expecting more interest in our business model from travel agency owner/managers looking to lower their operating costs and improve their income. They work under their own steam, when and where they choose, in addition to the remuneration being very attractive.”TravelManagers dominance continues as Australia’s premium travel network.“Travellers are aware of the success of the personal travel manager concept and with our continued growth we’re going to need more people to meet demand,” says Gazal.For more information or to speak to someone confidentially about TravelManagers please contact Suzanne Laister on 1800 019 599.About TravelManagersTravelManagers operates in all Australian States and is a wholly owned subsidiary of House of Travel, Australasia’s largest independent travel company which has a forecast turnover of $1.5 billion for 2015. TravelManagers is a sister company to Hoot Holidays, also owned by House of Travel, and has more than 500 personal travel managers throughout Australia with a dedicated support team at the company’s national partnership office in Sydney. TravelManagers places all customer money in a dedicated and audited Client Trust Account which is separate from the general business accounts, ensuring client funds are only used for client purchases.last_img read more

August 17, 2019
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THAI Welcomes HRH Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya

first_imgTHAI Welcomes HRH Princess Ubolratana RajakanyaTHAI Welcomes HRH Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya at ITB 2019Her Royal Highness Princess Ubolratana Rajakanya (center) recently visited the Thai Airways International Public Company Limited (THAI)’s promotional booth at International Tourism Borse (ITB)’s Thai Pavilion, Berlin Expo Center City (Messe) and was welcomed by Mr. Ekniti Nitithanprapas (third from left, front row), THAI Chairman of the Board of Directors and Mr. Sumeth Damrongchaitham (third from right, front row), THAI President, together with THAI Management and staff from Head Office, Frankfurt and Munich. This year, THAI’s promotional booth was decorated under the concept “The best rest is an uninterrupted one” – Fly THAI to Thailand, enjoy a proper rest, arrive refreshed and ready for business or pleasure, which has been visited by a lot of visitors and media.ITB Berlin is the world’s largest tourism convention that provides unique opportunities as the world leading travel trade show of the global tourism industry. In addition to very high exhibitor satisfaction, the large figures offer proofs that this is where supply meets demand.Seen in photo are Mr. Jesada Chandrema (first left, front row), THAI Regional Director, Europe; Mr. Wiwat Piyawiroj (second from left, front row), Executive Vice President, Commercial; Mrs. Theerasin Saengrungsri, (second from right, front row), Vice President, Corporate Image & Communications; Mr. Kittiphong Sansomboon (first right, front row), Director, Brand and Advertising; Mr. Matthias Horn (second from left, back row), THAI District Sales Manager, Germany, Austria & Eastern Europe; Mr. Patapong na Nakorn (third from left, back row), THAI General Manager, Germany; Mr. Thongchai Tungkasareeruk (third from right, back row), THAI General Manager, Munich; Mr. Pongpicha Wilaichon (second from right, back row), Assistance to General Manager Germany.Source = THAIlast_img read more

August 10, 2019
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first_img AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO — A two-day preliminary hearing is expected to begin today in the sex assault case of Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard.Hoggard was arrested last summer and charged with two counts of sexual assault causing bodily harm and one count of sexual interference.Toronto police have said the charges relate to three separate incidents involving a woman and a girl under the age of 16 that allegedly occurred in the Toronto area in 2016.Hoggard, 35, has previously denied engaging in non-consensual sexual behaviour, but has said he acted in a way that objectifies women.Allegations of sexual misconduct emerged before the charges were laid, which prompted Hedley to go on an indefinite hiatus.The Canadian Press Two-day preliminary hearing for Hedley frontman Jacob Hoggard set to begincenter_img by The Canadian Press Posted Jul 11, 2019 6:25 am PDTlast_img read more

August 9, 2019
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Its up to sides to revive talks Eide says Update 2

first_imgReviving the reunification procedure can only be done by the two sides on the island and will not be done by the United Nations, UNSG special adviser Espen Barth Eide said on Thursday.Speaking after a farewell meeting with President Nicos Anastasiades, Eide said the procedure that started in Switzerland had finished in Switzerland but it did not mean it could not be revived.“What I am saying, and I think the leaders agree with – I am not speaking on their behalf but it is my sense that it is a shared understanding – that it will not be resurrected by the UN. We are not planning an initiative. I think that`s natural. We had Crans-Montana.  The resurrection will have to happen from here in harmony and through agreement by the sides. and if they agree the SG is there,” he said.“The decision must be made here and I think the international community now needs to be convinced that there is a real intent to try again,” he added.“I cannot with confidence say that I think it is just around the corner. We are here to help. We will always be available and the SG has said that he remains available if the sides want it.”Talks in Crans Montana collapsed earlier this month over disagreements on security and guarantees. Both sides have since blamed each other for the collapse.The Greek Cypriots have also censured Eide, accusing him of being biased and a liar.“I think we achieved a lot in this process and I think Mr. Anastasiades and Mr. Akinci, with our help, and with all the international support and support from people here in Cyprus, managed to bring the process further than any pair of leaders before them,” he said.However, at the same moment the fact that no deal had been achieved could not be hidden, Eide added.He said there were large and complicated issues but the recent phase left a better understanding of where an agreement could be found “if ever there will be a new attempt and if someone would try again.”Eide said he and Anastasiades had a good, friendly conversation about their shared experience in this process.The Norwegian diplomat also met Akinci.He tweeted later: “Today, I had my last official mtgs w/ @AnastasiadesCY & @MustafaAkinci_1. Thanking them for close cooperation, wishing them both the best.”The UN envoy said what was left from the talks was at least  a better understanding of where an agreement could be found, if ever there will be a new attempt and if somebody would try again.He said the UN would record everything and that he would make sure it as in the report he would submit. “We will try to record all that was achieved and also where we think we could have been going so that the work has not been lost,” the diplomat said.Eide refrained from responding to a question about the Turkish stance during the last dinner in Crans-Montana, noting that things had been said and he does not think it would contribute to anything to continue that line.He said that his focus now is to finalise his job here with the reports to the SC, noting that they will make a public report and their own internal lesson learned.Asked about his message for the Cypriots, he said that Cyprus was a great with the potential of being a united country.“I think you would be stronger together, I think you will be richer together, economically but also culturally, you will be safer together,” he said.Cypriots needed to take their fate into their own hands. “We cannot do it for them. We are not asked to do it for them,” he said. “If people want change, they need to stand up for change.”He referring to his cooperation with the leaders, the negotiators and their teams, saying they all had developed a high degree of respect for each other.“I think I have learned to understand at least some of the particular sensitivities that comes with being a Cypriot, Turkish Cypriot or Greek Cypriot, and things that might easy from the outside are less easy when you see it from the inside. And I say that with empathy and understanding”, he said.Eide also said that when Cypriots discuss the future it is relatively easy to discuss future arrangements, when they discuss the present it becomes a little bit more difficult and when they try to agree on the past it is absolutely impossible.He also said that everyone should be critical of their own efforts and that “one thing we could collectively collect upon, that means the UN and the sides and everybody involved, is that maybe this process was too secretive”.Eide said that given that it took quite some time, maybe it would be better with hindsight to have had more transparency and some more sharing of what was actually happening.The fact that even though a lot of progress was made, they were unable to say what that progress was, which made people, understandably, suspicious, he explained. It also made it easier for those people who have the conviction that there should not be a solution to tear it apart and take it down, he added.Eide said that you either have a short, quick and effective secret process or you have a long and more transparent process.The Norwegian diplomat said that some more involvement by the broader society would have been helpful, noting that civil society came on the stage relatively late.He noted that he knows many-many people on the economic side, business leaders, trade union leaders who were determined to help for a settlement but who didn`t want to raise their voices.He also said more work could have been done to prepare the people for the reality that a solution will not be absolutely perfect from either side. “A solution entails an element of compromise. You have to accommodate and meet each other,” he said.Following the morning meeting, deputy government spokesman Victoras Papadopoulos said Anastasiades believed Eide and the UN would prepare a report reflecting what happened in the talks.He said the president held an excellent meeting with Eide during which they discussed the prospects for the future.Anastasiades thanked the UN envoy for all his efforts for a solution of the Cyprus problem.Asked if the president still had confidence in Eide in view of the report he will draft, Papadopoulos said the President believed that the report of the UNSG’s special adviser would depict the reality and what happened in Crans Montana.The Greek Cypriot side says the talks failed to produce results due to Turkey’s persistence in maintaining intervention rights in Cyprus after the solution.  You May LikeFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? 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