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Claustrophobic witness forces outdoor hearing for men, women are in line as witnesses of the atrocities perpetrated against the Rohingya

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Claustrophobic witness forces outdoor hearing for men, women are in line as witnesses of the atrocities perpetrated against the Rohingya

After Myanmar accused Rohingya of committing “ethnic cleansing,” the government of Burma began sending out tens of thousands of army soldiers to take over their villages, arresting any Rohingya who remained. The crackdown began June 27, when the Muslim Rohingya attacked police posts outside Rakhine state, killing nine members of a village guard, and another 21 policemen, according to UNICEF. By November 28, the police station was under Myanmar’s control, and the next day, the Rohingya were killed in a crackdown that claimed at least 1,500 lives. The UNICEF report, published in 2016, describes systematic abuses. “Some of the victims, who had to flee from their homes during the violent days, remain homeless and deprived of basic needs. Others are having to travel long distances to seek medical help,” it said. The United Nations, which has since been urged by the UN Human Rights Council to investigate allegations of violence against Rohingyas, has called for an immediate end to the violence in Rakhine. Last month, the U.N. Human Rights Council unanimously passed a resolution calling on the government of Burma to end “any form of discrimination and to bring perpetrators of these acts to justice,” and urged the United Nations to help bring perpetrators of genocide to justice. In March, the Human Rights Council authorized Myanmar to send troops to help end the violence in the northern Rakhine state, following several days of negotiations over what actions, if any, the UN would demand Myanmar take. In March, Rakhine’s interim leader, Aung San Suu Kyi, visited Myanmar with the aid of U.N. human rights expert Robert Piper. Piper warned of a “gagging clause,” under which the government would not have to respond unless it believed that an investigation had been launched into any abuses against the Rohingya by their assailants. As the government announced that it would send hundreds of soldiers to the region, Piper urged Myanmar’s government to address the growing number of abuses. He also noted that his efforts to r???aise awareness on the issue were unlikely to be fully successful because of the secrecy surrounding the matter, which prevents the international community from fully understanding the scope of these abuses. At the U.N. headquar????? ????ters in Geneva last week, two U.N. officials said that the situation in Rakhine state had reached “humanitarian nightmare conditions.” The United Nations has asked the Burmese authorities for more money to help cover medical ??????costs for the victims of th

Billionaire backs anti bush campaign – News Corp Australia

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Billionaire backs anti bush campaign – News Corp Australia

The $10 billion campaign to rid Australia of bushfires will help tackle climate change, and will support efforts to fight fires from the Amazon to China, the ABC has learned. The Government announced in April it was opening its first “Aboriginea Way” – the first Australian-led aerial survey, based on satellite imagery, of fire-prone areas. It will help to identify areas that are currently at risk of bushfires.

Environment Minister Greg Hunt said in April he would support the “Aboriginea Way” aerial survey, which will give information about the causes of bushfires. Photo: Andrew Meares

“This is an international initiative and while it’s very costly – a l?????ot of work has to be done in Aus? ???tralia, on the ground, to make sure it’s sustainable,” Mr Hunt said on ABC’s Q&A program on Sunday morning. “But it’s one we’re keen to support, because we’re very much looking at the future and, of course, we have a role to play as leaders in the world when fires are part of the climate change equation.”

Ahead of the Prime Minister’s State of the Nation address, Mr Hunt confirmed that the Government had set aside $10 billion and would spend $11 billion to “support the creation of the Global Climate Change Action Plan” to meet its commitment to slash greenhouse gas emissions. Mr Hunt said it would target countries that currently had the highest bushfire emissions. It would look at areas like Europe and Asia. It would also look at areas where bushfires were in regiSM ???ons where there was little to no firefighting, he said.

Mr Hunt said he would also create the first Australian-led aerial survey of fire prone areas, taking more than 100 days to design, launch and deliver, and would look at mapping all Australian-based fires in the next two years. “There are huge amounts of fire in Australia and a lot of areas that are potentially fire exposed. We’re working very hard on identifying areas that are at risk of fire, especially in rural Australia,” he said. Mr Hunt said he didn’t think it was yet time to go on the offensive against climate change as the Australian public was still debating the matter. The Government is setting aside about $15 billion for bushfires prevention and control, including $7 billion for the “Global Climate Change Action Plan”.

“There has been an enormous amount of work put into bushfire prevention and the Department of the Environment’s work i

Researchers investigate the role of flies in pollination in plants using a new method that uses a “biodegradable carbon dioxide gas which is released when dead insects are disturbed”

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Researchers investigate the role of flies in pollination in plants using a new method that uses a “biodegradable carbon dioxide gas which is released when dead insects are disturbed”

The team also used a carbon dioxide gas which causes “an instant green death within 2 hours when the insect dies, and this rapid onset of death is responsible for the rapid decay of the insect corpse”

The researchers tested their theory in real environments to find out whether the same phenomenon could occur at the nano scale. They found that carbon dioxide has a “coercive effect on the dead insects which then die by producing toxic fumes that act as a catalyst for decomposition.” The team found that insects that died within 90 minutes of death were unable to survive for a day after exposure to carbon dioxide.

The carbon dioxide has not yet been tested for human exposure. But the findings have implications that could be significant. As soon as carbon dioxide is added to the atmosphere, the carbon dioxide gas rapidly kills and “leaves a large and long lasting carbon fo? ???otprint. The carbon dioxide carbon dioxide can be emitted through burning fossil fuels like coal, gas, and oil, or it may be released in the form of greenhouse gases like nitrous oxide or carbon dioxide in water,” explained study co-author Robert Blumberg. Carb????on dioxide is not a pollutant and the researchers acknowledge that it might hav?? ???e a negative effect on ecosystems, but said it’s important that it is not harmful to plants in the future.

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Flooding calls into question gippsland desal site planning

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Nato admits civilians killed in afghan airstrike, but denies that any killed in US strike in Afghanistan

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Nato admits civilians killed in afghan airstrike, but denies that any killed in US strike in Afghanistan. Reuters 25/24 A Yemeni girl looks at a display of a health seal on a soldier after his rescue, coming from the hospital in the Yemeni capital Sanaa Getty 26/24 Iraqi families, who fled the violence in the northern city of Mosul, gather on the outskirts of their city AFP/Getty 27/24 Iraqi women hold pots as they queue to receive food during the first day of the Islamic holy month of Ramadan, at a refugee camp in the northern city of Tal Afar, west of Mosul, Iraq AP 28/24 Iranian President Hassan Rouhani speaks with Iraqi Prime Minister Haider al-Abadi at the Iranian Parliament in the capital Tehran. IRENA, the Iranian government’s foreign policy arm, said it was reviewing ties with the US over the crisis Getty 29/24 Iran and the Muslim world have reacted fearfully to the news that a US ship has carried out an airstrike in Allahabad, Iran, that killed some of the Isis militants who had been detained under sanctions from the US AP 30/24 Isis militants have released videos which appear to show the beheading of Japanese hostages Haruna Yukawa and Kenji Goto. There have been multiple reports of Iranian troops assaulting Iraqi targets after the seemingly coordinated attacks on Japanese targets. The attacks have been blamed by Iranian government and military officials ???on gulf states that are allied with the US AP 31/24 Pakistan has invited Saudi Arabia to become a partner in the Beijing funded Belt and Road scheme that will improve and expand Pakistan’s infrastructure. The invite comes at the end of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two day trip to the Middle Eastern country, where he met with Saudi King Salman EPA 32/24 Pakistan has invited the U.S. to become a partner in the Beijing funded Belt and Road scheme ??????? ??that will improve and expand Pakistan’s infrastructure. The invite comes at the end of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two day trip to the Middle Eastern country, where he met w??????? ?????ith Saudi King Salman EPA 33/24 Pakistan has invited the U.S. to become a partner in the Beijing funded Belt and Road scheme that will improve and expand Pakistan’s infrastructure. The invite comes at the end of Pakistani Prime Minister Imran Khan’s two day trip to the Middle Eastern country, where he met with Saudi King Salman EPA 34/24 There is a special committee of heads of state that is supposed to be overseeing the media development of the countries where the Saudi-led coalition has been conducting air strikes in war-affected areas, including Iraq EPA 35/2

Norwegian pilots land plane after axe attack, in Oslo in Norway, January 20, 2016

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Norwegian pilots land plane after axe attack, in Oslo in Norway, January 20, 2016. REUTERS/Torstein Hjortdal

While the attack did not involve an actual axe, it showed that Sweden’s domestic intelligence agency had failed to predict the kind of violence unleashed on the streets of Oslo.

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“We we?? ?re just watching Oslo on Sunday evening and heard a very long scream,” a witness named Johan told local media. “I turned out my TV and saw a group of youths running away, screaming at people, attacking them with sticks, sticks. All I could do was keep watching.”

The police are investigating whether the attack was the work of Islamist militants, but some have suggested that Swedish authorities, which have been increasingly accused of lax security on a busy night, were the main culprits.

“The police have to go into these neighborhoods – they have to put the security up in these places… it’s not possible to get people on the street when the attack has just taken place, because of the police,” Gustaf, a shopkeeper in the nearby village of Utoeya told Reuters by telephone.

The police and the Norwegian Defense Force are on high alert for a potential terror attack – Sweden was at least partially hit by a bomb which exploded in the country on January 11, 2016 – as is Sweden’s army, and have been on high alert since January.

Norway’s prime minister Anders Fogh Rasmussen said on Monday that a man dressed in a black military uniform, armed with an axe and wearing a ski mask, had entered a police station with the intent of driving the police boat across to the city.

The suspect, who was shot and killed, was one of hundreds of suspected Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant (ISIL) recruits suspected of attending foreign terror training in Norway in 2015 and 2016, according to the security service.

Rasmussen said on Monday that the suspect had been part of a group o?????f 12 Swedish citizens who had been training in Ir??? ???aq and Syria, where ISIL now controls substantial territory.

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Movie stars stay safe thanks to jellyfish expert and writer Nick Johnson

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Movie stars stay safe thank????s to jellyfish expert and writer Nick Johnson. In an interview with Fox News, he explained that jellyfish can live up to 100 feet (30 meters) in an area that the average person would barely find.

“When you’re talking to someone and someone is in the water, they will actually feel your pulse, they will smell your breath, and they will feel their whole body temperature go up and down. You want to be on the level of, ‘Oh my God, something is happening with this person, they’re doing some terrible things’,” he said.

Watch: Life imitates art for an expert

Johnson revealed that he has seen jellyfish “on my phone’s power pack, up to 100 feet away. I’ve only seen a few different species. All of them are pretty similar, the same, but I’ve definitely seen the one that will stick out the most is the giant one, which is called the whit??e one.”

In addition to jellyfish, Johnson has been documenting some of the best beaches in the world, including the popular Sargasso Sea (pictured) on French Riviera i??????sland of St. Maarten. The 50-foot-long (15-meter-long) mangrove sea creatures thrive in the salt water and have been dubbed the “man of the ocean” by locals.

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Eagles swoop on cats with golden wings Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved Video

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Eagles swoop on cats with golden wings Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved Video

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved Dogs are seen in front of an Eagles’ roost on the Eastside of Portland, Ore., this morning. (KOIN)

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved Dogs are seen in front of an Eagles’ roost on the Eastside of Portland, Ore., this morning. (KOIN)

A lot has happened around here since the Golden Eagles arrived in September. Portlanders are buzzing about what’s happening with one of the last remaining, iconic structures in town. The Birds, who were established in the early 1900’s, have been on the cutting edge of the city’s development. They live up to their legend, moving their massive roost for a bird sanctuary.

From what you see and hear in the background of this video, the Birds have a pretty busy fall, a bit more than usual for their first week in Portland. They started off wi??????? ??th two new buildings, a roost for their flock and the new outdoor patio with their beloved golden crescent in their honor.

Copyright by KOIN – All rights reserved “There are some things that I think are exciting about the rebirth of the Eagles,” said Eagles owner Greg Ewing. “We will be opening a sanctuary for our animals and working with the city to expand their presence.”

“They’ve really made a huge impact on Portland, and a lot of us are quite proud of them,” said resident Mark O’Mara.

The Birds were founded in 1907 by Robert Haggart, known as “The Golden Eagle” for his many feathered birds in the city. But things changed at the time. The Eagles and many of their neighbors h??? ???ad been sold to owners in the early 1900’s for scrap metal. The roost and the outdoor patio that is being built for them will be open. “We’ll take all the space that is going to be needed, we’ll put up a beautiful structure, and our new city will have the best urban landscape anywhere on the face of the earth,” Ewing said.

The Ducks are keep????? ??????ing their distance while also trying to create a new future for the city. Ewing says they have many plans to make Portland livable for people living here: a new playground for the Children’s Museum, more grocery stores and a pedestrian bridge over the Willamette River that connects to the new neighborhood at the corner of Columbia and South Jackson.

Italian banks could spark next euro financial crisis

Thursday, September 10, 2020

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Italian banks could spark next euro financial crisis?????.

With its record profits in Greece, Greece is a perfect laboratory for the new German banking machine, they say, and the only way to be safe from their banking machine is to stay away.

There could be no way out of this dilemma, however. After the worst Greek economic crisis since the 1930s and during which Greece lost close to 75 billion euros, banks are refusing to lend out any more. The country is now in an emergency account for the euro, which is threatening to turn into a permanent euro-zone crisis. In addition, the Greek government has slashed government spending by almost 3% compared to previous estimates, with some estimates rising as high as 3.6%. The European Commission has decided it will not let Greece out o??? ???f a euro-zone rescue programme without new debt relief for the next six months, while even Merkel’s European partners seem to be moving too fast to the door.

The most significant aspect of this crisis is the fact that the Greek bank deposit system is collapsing. The country has just 0.12 trillion euros as collateral, and these don’t even hold all of the Greek banks’ Greek liabilities. “At least until there is an injec????tion of emergency liquidity, the Greek banking system cannot be saved,” says Alexei S. Shvartzkov, deputy chief economist at Barclays. Greece’s banks have been closed since late November and December, which means that they have all but collapsed under the weight of the Greek banking system. In December alone, bank reserves fell from 2.35 trillion euros to 1.85 trillion euros – which has an average shortfall of 6.5%, according to the Bank of Greece.

It is therefore essential that Greece does not face a further crisis, argues Shvartzkov: “While the government and its creditors keep making concessions, the Greek economy appears to be on a knife’s edge. This is a crisis that only the Greek people can get out of. Otherwise, a crisis would have consequences not just for Greece but for many of the eurozone’s weaker members.”

On Monday night, the government announced an extraordinary package to help Greek banks: to increase government spending by 500 million euros to 5.7% of GDP by next year, as well as by 50 billion euros in order to ensure banks are able to lend out more. If the latest Greek government claims are credible, then this package will raise GDP over that of the EU-27 by 2.4%. There are suggestions that the government has been offering money to banks on interest rates rather tha

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