After a 10 year break, Slough’s most famous salesman David Brent – played by Ricky Gervais in The Office – will be back on our screens on Friday 15th March with a Red Nose Day special – The Office Revisited.This time employing his talents as a music producer, the legendary office boss is looking to launch the career of young urban artist Dom Johnson, whilst vicariously pursuing his own dream of making it big in the music industry.Not wanting to miss a beat, Brent appoints himself manager, producer, and agent as he tries to worm his way back into rock and roll. Fans of The Office will be excited to know that the whole of ‘The Serpent who guards the gates of Hell’ will be shown during this special episode along with an amazing Brent self-funded video ‘Equality Street’.Gervais said: “I had an absolute blast bringing back my old friend David Brent. And of course, as a failed pop star myself, my favourite bit about the whole experience was having an excuse to “go and get the guitar” and actually write the songs I mentioned in The Office. The really funny thing is, that while I was at it, I wrote three more brand new songs too. So if Comic Relief is around in another 10 years you might get to hear those as well. Biddly Bong!”A star-studded line-up of the nation’s favourite comedians will be doing something funny for money as Red Nose Day celebrates its 25th anniversary with a fantastic evening of unmissable TV: Comic Relief – Funny for Money.A stellar line up of presenters – Michael McIntyre, Rob Brydon, John Bishop, Zoe Ball, Lenny Henry, Davina McCall, Jack Whitehall, Nick Grimshaw, Jonathan Ross, Dermot O’Leary, Claudia Winkleman, Alan Carr, David Walliams and Russell Brand – will entertain from start to finish, with original sketches from the stars of the comedy firmament promising to keep the nation roaring with laughter. Don’t miss it.To view trailers of The Office Revisited go to youtube.com/rickygervais and for more information visit rednoseday.com.
Rabat – Morocco’s Cherifien Phosphates Office (OCP) and Indian Krishak Bharati Limited (Kribhco) will launch the construction of a fertilizer factory the Andhra Pradesh state, south of India. Morocco’s phosphates are gaining more market share. Expected to be the world’s first phosphates exporter by 2020, OCP seeks to boost its fertilizer production in Asia.This new partnership of a USD 230 million investment aims to develop OCP and India’s fertilizer production through the construction of a new unit with a yearly production capacity of 1.2 million tonnes of fertilizer. Moroccan Minister of Equipment, Transport, and Water Logistics, Abdelkader Amara, said that “Morocco and India are working together on four economic projects,” one of which will be established in India.Amara, who leads a Moroccan delegation in a work visit to India from December 14-21, told Maghreb Arab Press agency (MAP) that this unit “will further boost the economic bilateral relations between the two countries.”Mohamed Malki, Morocco’s ambassador to India said that “the architectural studies for this project are underway,” specifying that the fertilizer factory should be operational by June or July 2018.During the visit, Amara held talks with several senior Indian officials, including the Minister of State for Foreign Affairs, Mubasher Jawad Akbar, as well as the Ministers of Health and Family, Railways and Transport, Highways and sea freight.These meetings were concluded by the signing of bilateral agreements and memoranda of understanding in several sectors, particularly in the field of health and the fight against epidemics, telemedicine, railways, roads, port infrastructure and water resources.
The Big 3 was on top in 2008.If coach Doc Rivers had his way, the Boston Celtics’ Hall of Fame trio of Kevin Garnett, Paul Pierce and Ray Allen would have another go at it. But Rivers likely will not get his way, now that the NBA model for success morphed into a collection of youth and speed.Boston’s Big 3 had talent and heart, but the years of wear and tear slowed them down. It was never more obvious than in Game 7 Saturday, when the Celtics seemed almost transfixed to the floor in the fourth quarter as Miami’s younger, energetic Big 3 of LeBron James, Dwyane Wade and Chris Bosh led an 18-4 run that decided the Eastern Conference championship.With Allen and Garnet, both 36, as free agents – and the fact that the currently constructed group did not get it done this year – it is likely general manager Danny Ainge will try to get younger and faster. But that does not take away what Pierce, Allen and Garnett accomplished.How is 327 wins, two conference championships and the 2008 NBA title? It is so good that Miami found it necessary to assemble its own Big 3, although it was achieved in a way that made critics surface. Ainge drafted Pierce out of Kansas and made trades to acquire Garnett and Allen. Bosh and James were recruited to join Wade as free agents.In any case, losing 101-88 Saturday might have been the Celtics’ trio final game together.“I wish we could have had healthy runs,” Rivers said. “I don’t know. Because of, really, Kevin’s injuries, I don’t know if we could have gotten any more out of the group. I would have loved to have seen this team if this whole stretch was injury-free. . . They deserved it with their will.”In a move he hopefully will regret, Garnett left the American Airlines Arena floor before the final buzzer, did not congratulate the Heat players or staff and departed the locker room before media arrived. Allen did the opposite and was even emotional about the team’s future.“Up to this point we’ve fought hard to keep it together,” said Allen, the NBA’s all-time three-point shooter. “Now, there are so many emotions. This one hit me hard. We wanted it so bad.”Said Rivers: “I just want to stick with this group for a little longer, whether it’s a couple days, a couple months.”But Allen faces offseason ankle surgery and Garnett’s body has been wrecked over so many years of playing so hard. The Celtics have point guard Rajon Rondo for the next three years under contract; he has emerged as a premier floor leader in the league. Forward Brandon Bass played strong in the playoffs and has an option to opt out of his contract. Role players such as Mickael Pietrus and Keyon Dooling may be gone, too.If this is the end for Boston’s Big 3, it leaves behind a legacy of toughness and grit and will. And winning. Lots of winning.
Eddie Days doesn’t look much like a basketball player. Generously listed at 6 feet, and weighing 180 pounds, the stocky Days looks more like he should be playing running back for Jim Tressel than guard for Thad Matta. But Eddie is more passionate about basketball than most people are about anything. He simply loves the game. At Richmond Heights High School near Cleveland, Eddie was a star. As a senior in 2006, he averaged 22 points, six rebounds and five assists per game, and was named first-team All-Ohio. But despite all of his success, he still didn’t have any Division I scholarship offers. Eddie had opportunities to play for Division II or Division III schools, but that wasn’t what he had in mind. Even when Eddie was young, he said his dream was to play basketball for the Buckeyes. “I always wanted to come (to Ohio State). My dad came here. All my family lives here in Columbus,” Eddie said. “I couldn’t imagine going anywhere else.” Unbeknownst to Matta and his staff, Eddie decided to pay his way and try to walk on the basketball team at OSU. He loved the game too much to stay away. “Even before tryouts my freshman year, I would play ball at the RPAC probably five hours a day,” Eddie said. “Not even just to stay in shape or just because I knew I was trying out, but just because I loved playing.” After those daily, five-hour sessions, he’d hit the weights. “If I didn’t play ball,” Eddie said, “I was having a bad day.” When the day of the tryouts came, Eddie walked up to the Schottenstein Center and, along with 11 other guys, ran a few drills and scrimmaged for about a half-hour. The whole process lasted about 45 minutes. That was it. Everything Days worked for came down to that moment. “Right after tryouts were over, Jamar Butler, Daequan Cook and David (Lighty) were in there watching tryouts,” Eddie said. “Jamar came up to me afterwards and said: ‘The coaches like you. They think you’re probably going to be the one.’” Eddie made the squad. “He was just so, so excited,” said Judie Days, Eddie’s mother. “I can’t explain how excited he was.” Eddie planned to take the bus straight back to his residence hall, but that didn’t exactly happen. “I ended up just sitting on the bus for like an hour, just riding and kind of reflecting on how I played that day,” Eddie said. “I’d probably have to say that would be my favorite memory.” But his happiness was short-lived. During his junior year of high school, Eddie passed out during a morning basketball practice. After running a battery of tests, the doctors at the Cleveland Clinic discovered he had a rare heart condition. Days was put on medication and had no problems following the fainting incident, but OSU doctors didn’t want to take any chances. They wanted to take a closer look at the problem. By the time the doctors were satisfied and cleared Eddie to play, the roster was full. Eddie was denied his chance to be a part of the team. “That was really devastating,” Judie said. “That was really hard for him and (his family).” After being let down, Eddie wouldn’t let up. He kept up with his daily marathon gym sessions, and even started helping the women’s basketball team practice to get more gym time. Though Eddie wasn’t able to play for the men’s team, the way he played during tryouts earned their respect. Former Buckeye guard Jon Diebler has known Eddie since 2007, and said the team thought highly of him. “Eddie’s a guy who has always been around the program, and whenever we would have open gyms Eddie was welcome to come and play,” Diebler said. “Even when he wasn’t on the team, he would still come and play because we knew the type of player he was.” When Eddie came back in 2007, the roster was full and the team didn’t hold tryouts. The following year there was a tryout, but the team ultimately decided not to take anyone. Three years had passed, and Eddie still wasn’t where he wanted to be. Some thought it was time for him to try something else, but he refused to give up. “I even asked him at one point. I said, ‘Well, would you maybe want to think about going into coaching?’ But he said, ‘No, I want to play,’” Judie said. “He was adamant.” So for a fourth consecutive year, Eddie attended tryouts. This time, he made it. “It finally worked out,” Eddie said. “I think they just wanted somebody who would play hard and understand that if they make the team, they may not play a lot, but they still have to bring it every day in practice. And I understood that.” Eddie was a practice player, and said he loved it. “My role was to bring it every day in practice. Especially this year, with five or six freshmen, just to kind of be a leader and show them how things are done and lead by example,” Eddie said. “I think it helps when you play hard on scout teams and the practice team against the starters. It really helps them out.” Eddie was routinely matched up with some of the best players in college basketball. His first year, he was in charge of checking Evan Turner in practice. This year, he guarded William Buford, Diebler and Lighty. “Eddie’s a guy who’s really strong, so he would be really physical with us and he did a great job of guarding us,” Diebler said. “He would challenge a lot of our shots, and I know by him guarding, you know, myself, Dave and Will, it made us better.” Eddie said he loved the opportunity. “I loved playing and practicing against NBA-caliber players every day,” he said. “The things I’ve learned from these coaches and the times we had together, you know, with my teammates and everything, we really became like a family. Especially this year.” Eddie didn’t get a chance to play in many games, but on March 20, with about three minutes left in the Buckeyes’ pummeling of George Mason in the third round of the NCAA Tournament, the OSU faithful at Quicken Loans Arena in Cleveland started a chant. It was quiet at first, but continued to gain volume. “Ehh-dee, Ehh-dee, Ehh-dee,” the crowd chanted. Shortly thereafter, Matta relented to the crowd’s request, and Eddie entered the biggest tournament in college basketball. “The Eddie chant,” Judie said. “I just could not believe it.” Eddie was fouled at the end of the game, and was sent to the foul line where, in front of his hometown and many members of his family, he hit one of two free-throw attempts for the first and only point in his collegiate career. “For me, (the free throw) felt like 20 points,” Judie said. Eddie wasn’t as excited as his mom, but still enjoyed the moment. “I had a lot of friends and family there,” he said. “It was definitely a good night.” Eddie said he’s definitely going to miss playing for the Buckeyes, but he’s going to miss the people on the team and the times they had most of all. “We were really like brothers,” he said. “It doesn’t matter where we are or what we’re doing; it was always a good time, a lot of laughs.” Diebler remembers Eddie being a fierce pingpong competitor, sometimes showing up 90 minutes before practice just to play a few games and be with the guys. Although Diebler claims to be the pingpong king, Eddie could hold his own. “He was definitely top-five,” Diebler said. Though the experience ended abruptly, and ultimately short of the team’s lofty goals, Eddie said he doesn’t regret a second of it. “I’m really going to miss the program,” he said. “It hasn’t really hit me yet that it’s over.” Now, Eddie will focus on finishing his last quarter at OSU, from which he plans to graduate in June with a degree in consumer sciences and a minor in business. But don’t be surprised if you see him tearing up the RPAC sometime soon, you know, for old times’ sake.
Last year, there were 162 deaths on Irish roads, the lowest number since records began. However AA said 2013 began badly with deaths up 18 per cent and five people were killed over the bank holiday weekend alone.Faughan said “prominent, visible policing is critical” and AA today called on the government to make sure that adequate resources are provided to gardaí and for road maintenance.Read: Operation Slow Down: 321 vehicles caught speeding in 24 hours>Read: 75 killed on Irish roads this year, don’t be number 76 this weekend> Roads are not like fine wine. hey do not improve with age. If you do not keep them properly the damage gets worse and the ultimate repair cost escalates. This is what is happening now, as every motorist who has hit a pothole in recent months could tell you. ALMOST THREE QUARTERS of Irish motorists believe that the garda presence on our roads has reduced since last year.A poll of over 20,300 motorists by AA reveled that just 8.5 per cent of people think the presence is the same or has increased while almost 72 per cent said it was less than last year.Based on these results, it’s not surprising that almost 40 per cent also think that the government is not treating road safety as a priority.Another area of concern for motorists is the condition of Irish roads with over 82 per cent saying that it had worsened since last year.Director of Consumer Affairs at AA, Conor Faughan, said that there was “not enough done to rectify” the damage done in the 2010 freeze.“This is why the AA gets complaints and attends car breakdowns caused by potholes and dangerous road surfaces on a daily basis,” he said.
Toshiba makes some great laptops, it can’t be denied, but their sense of design does leave something to be desired. They’re the sort of stolid laptops that corporate IT departments love, but barely appeal to the average consumer, let alone the Apple fan.That’s why it’s so refreshing to see Toshiba try something different with the Dynabook Qosmio T750, which is the world’s first color-changing laptop. AdChoices广告How does it change color? It’s a lot like one of those mood rings from the 70s, or even a Hypercolor shirt. Basically, the lid uses nano-technology to achieve a metallic look while gradually cycling from green to blue and then to purple.That’s nifty. Not as nifty as a laptop that could change its shell according to a software setting, or a laptop that could disguise itself like a chameleon, but still, pretty neat. As for specs, it’s actually a sexy little machine inside as well as out: there’s a 2.66GHz Intel Core i5-480M, 4GB of DDR3 RAM, plus a 750GB HDD. The only ding point against it is the 15.6-inch display running at a paltry 1366 x 768. Boo.I love the look of this laptop. Too bad it’s not available in America right now: for the moment, it’s a Japanese exclusive.Read more at Japan Today
Sunday 26 Mar 2017, 8:04 AM ONE PERSON WAS killed yesterday and another wounded in a shooting on a bus on the busy Las Vegas strip, police said, with a suspect later surrendering himself to authorities.Police closed a section of South Las Vegas Boulevard for hours after the shooting as a standoff unfolded with the suspect, who had barricaded himself on the bus.“The suspect in the bus has surrendered to officers, and is in custody,” the Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department said on its Twitter account. Earlier in an unrelated incident, as many as three robbers wearing animal masks – one tweet showed a person wearing a pink pig mask – used sledgehammers to break into a jewellery case in a store in the high-end Bellagio Hotel.The suspects in that incident wore black suits or tuxedos, police Lieutenant Carlos Hank told the Las Vegas Journal-Review.“It’s like a movie,” he said. “It’s just crazy.”Police attributed initial reports of an active shooter to people hearing the sound of the glass in jewellery cases being broken. But that proved to be false.The luxury resort was briefly put on lockdown, and at least one person was taken into custody.© – AFP, 2017Read: One dead, one wounded after gunman barricades himself into bus in Las Vegas Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By AFP http://jrnl.ie/3307259 Source: LVMPD/Twitter Image: John Locher/AP/Press Association Images Mar 26th 2017, 8:04 AM Image: John Locher/AP/Press Association Images 2 Comments Short URL 10,237 Views Police spokesman Larry Hadfield earlier told reporters the shooting had occurred on the bus.“We had one single shooting incident with two victims. Both were transported to the trauma center and one is deceased,” USA Today quoted Hadfield as saying.The suspect, a man believed to be in his 50s, was riding on the second floor of a double-decker bus when he opened fire “indiscriminately,” assistant sheriff Tom Roberts said, the Las Vegas Review Journal reports.Aerial photos showed police vehicles surrounding the white bus. Police deployed two robots, which were reported to have been used to remove a window on the bus.Witnesses tweeted that police used loudspeakers to negotiate with the suspect.Police said there was no evidence of a terrorism link. Roberts said the suspect appeared to have “mental issues” and “definitely was not really with it”. Share19 Tweet Email Homicide detectives will be on scene for some time as there were two shooting victims, one who succumbed to their injuries. #LVMPDnews https://t.co/PwgQV9hw79— LVMPD (@LVMPD) March 25, 2017 Source: LVMPD/Twitter Suspect in Las Vegas Strip bus shooting surrenders to police The incident was unrelated to an earlier robbery of a jewellery shop in the Bellagio Hotel. The suspect in the bus has surrendered to officers, and is in custody. #LVMPDnews— LVMPD (@LVMPD) March 25, 2017
Guerre des brevets Apple/Samsung : le procès s’ouvreFaute d’accord à l’amiable, les deux géants de l’électronique Apple et Samsung se retrouvent aujourd’hui devant la Comission du commerce international de Washington (ITC), face à face, dans l’affaire concernant la violation des brevets qui les oppose. Tim Cook et Choi Gee-sung n’ont pas trouvé d’accord et le procès paraissait donc inévitable. Il est, à partir d’aujourd’hui, une réalité à laquelle vont devoir se confronter les PDG de Samsung et Apple.À lire aussiMaladie de Charcot : symptômes, causes, traitement, où en est on ?Jusqu’au 6 juin et au délibéré de la Commission du commerce international (ITC), les deux parties et leurs avocats vont se confronter à Washington, au sujet des violations de brevets. Pour Samsung, Apple aurait violé plusieurs brevets portant sur des technologies de communications sans fil. Pour Apple, le sud-coréen l’aurait, tout simplement, copié (notamment l’iPhone et l’iPad) pour réaliser ses propres produits.La décision, qui sera rendu par la juge Lucy Koh, mettra un terme au 47 contentieux opposant les deux firmes dans neuf pays, autres que les États-Unis.La même présidente de tribunal devra rendre également un verdict dans l’affaire opposant Apple à Samsung, mais concernant le pays de l’oncle Sam, cette fois-ci. Ce procès “parallèle” devrait s’ouvrir le 30 juillet prochain, en Californie.Le 1 juin 2012 à 15:30 • Maxime Lambert
PHOENIX — At least 1,500 people paid their respects to U.S. Sen. John McCain on Wednesday, standing for hours in the broiling Arizona sun before filing past the flag-draped casket that his tearful wife, Cindy, lovingly pressed her face against after a ceremony for the former North Vietnam prisoner of war who represented Arizona for decades.Former military members in shorts and T-shirts stopped and saluted the closed casket flanked by National Guard members at the Arizona Capitol. Families will small children came by, and several people placed their hand over their heart or bowed, including Vietnamese residents who traveled from Southern California.The private service held earlier marked the first appearance of McCain’s family since the Republican senator died Saturday of brain cancer. It also began two days of official mourning in Arizona before his body is taken to Washington for a viewing at the U.S. Capitol, followed by burial at the U.S. Naval Academy in Annapolis, Maryland.At the emotional private ceremony in Arizona, Gov. Doug Ducey remembered McCain as an internationally known figure and “Arizona’s favorite adopted son” on what would have been his 82nd birthday. He was born in the Panama Canal Zone while his father, who went on to become an admiral, served in the military.“Imagining an Arizona without John McCain is like picturing Arizona without the Grand Canyon,” Ducey said.Former Arizona Sen. Jon Kyl said he had been with McCain across the world and he had better instincts on when to assert U.S. power than anyone else he knew.
On Saturday, Inter Milan will host U.S. Sassuolo Calcio as the Italian Lega Serie A 2018-2019 season restarts action.The Italian Lega Serie as is back into action.After a small winter break, the Italian competition will restart this weekend, and Internazionale Milan will host U.S. Sassuolo Calcio.Matteo Politano was quoted by the Inter official website about what this means for his team.Capello calls Lukaku “a modern striker” Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 The former Italian manager believes Romelu Lukaku is perfectly suited for Antonio Conte’s Internazionale Milan in the Serie A.“We’ve seen that they’ve put everyone in difficulty so far, ourselves included. It will be a difficult game, especially because we don’t have the help of our fans. It will be a very complicated game,” he explained.“I’ve played in a lot of games and I wouldn’t have expected such a start. I’m very happy, but I still have a lot to improve on.”“For me, there’s the extra motivation of looking to always do well in order to convince the coach and club to continue on this journey together,” he added.“My aim is to give my best in the week in order to earn a place in the team with this prestigious shirt, to keep playing and perhaps to score a few more goals.”
Ex-Bosnian Serb wartime general Ratko Mladic reacts in court at the International Criminal Tribunal for the former Yugoslavia (ICTY) in the Hague, Netherlands on 22 November 2017. ReutersA UN tribunal on Wednesday convicted former Bosnian Serb military commander Ratko Mladic of genocide and crimes against humanity for orchestrating massacres and ethnic cleansing during Bosnia’s war and sentenced him to life in prison.Mladic, 74, was hustled out of the court minutes before the verdict for screaming “this is all lies, you are all liars” after returning from what his son described as a blood pressure test which delayed the reading-out of the judgment.The UN Criminal Tribunal for the Former Yugoslavia (ICTY) found Mladic guilty of 10 of 11 charges, including the slaughter of 8,000 Muslim men and boys at Srebrenica and the siege of the Bosnian capital Sarajevo, in which more than 10,000 civilians were killed by shelling and sniper fire over 43 months.The killings in Srebrenica of men and boys after they were separated from women and taken away in buses or marched off to be shot amounted to Europe’s worst atrocity since World War Two.“The crimes committed rank among the most heinous known to humankind, and include genocide and extermination as a crime against humanity,” Presiding Judge Alphons Orie said in reading out a summary of the judgment.“Many of these men and boys were cursed, insulted, threatened, forced to sing Serb songs and beaten while awaiting their execution,” he said.Mladic had pleaded not guilty to all charges. His legal team said he would appeal against the verdict.The “Butcher of Bosnia” to his enemies and critics, Mladic was the most notorious of the ICTY’s 161 indictees, along with former Bosnian Serb political leader Radovan Karadzic and late Serbian President Slobodan Milosevic.In its summary, the tribunal found Mladic “significantly contributed” to genocide committed in Srebrenica with the goal of destroying its Muslim population, “personally directed” the long bombardment of Sarajevo and was part of a “joint criminal enterprise” intending to purge Muslims and Croats from Bosnia.“GREATER SERBIA”Prosecutors said the ultimate plan pursued by Mladic, Karadzic and Milosevic was to purge Bosnia of non-Serbs – a strategy that came to be known worldwide as ethnic cleansing – and carve out a “Greater Serbia” in the ashes of Yugoslavia.ICTY chief prosecutor Serge Brammertz called the verdict “a milestone” in holding Mladic accountable not just for mass killings but the detention of tens of thousands of non-Serbs in camps where many were beaten and raped, as well as the expulsion of hundreds of thousands to re-make Bosnia’s demographic.He said Mladic was also convicted of using forces under his command to seize hundreds of UN peacekeepers as human shields to deter NATO from launching air strikes on his forces. NATO intervention eventually stopped the war.The Mladic case is the last major decision by the ICTY, which plans to close its doors soon after sentencing 83 Balkan war criminals since opening in 1993.In Geneva, UN human rights chief Zeid Ra’ad al-Hussein called Mladic the “epitome of evil” and said his conviction after 16 years as an indicted fugitive and over four years of trial was a “momentous victory for justice”.“Today’s verdict is a warning to the perpetrators of such crimes that they will not escape justice, no matter how powerful they may be nor how long it may take,” Zeid said in a statement.“RESPECT THE VICTIMS, LOOK TO THE FUTURE” -SERBIAAleksandar Vucic, president of Serbia whose late nationalist strongman Milosevic was Mladic’s patron but died in a tribunal prison before the end of his trial, said Serbia “respects the victims” and called for a focus on the future.“I would like to call on everyone (in the region) to start looking into the future and not to drown in tears of the past… We need to look to the future…so we finally have a stable country,” Vucic told reporters when asked about the verdict.Serbia, once the most powerful Yugoslav republic, is now democratic and seeking ties to the European Union.Bosnian Prime Minister Denis Zvizdic said he hoped that “those who still call for new divisions and conflicts will carefully read the verdict rendered today …in case that they are still no ready to face their past”.He was alluding to enduring separatism in post-war federal Bosnia’s autonomous Serb region.Srebrenica, near Bosnia’s eastern border with Serbia, had been designated a “safe area” by the United Nations and was defended by lightly armed UN peacekeepers. But they quickly surrendered when Mladic’s forces stormed it on 11 July 1995.SREBRENICA SLAUGHTERThe Dutch peacekeepers looked on helplessly as Serb forces separated men and boys from women, then sent them out of sight on buses or marched them away to be shot.A bronzed and burly Mladic was filmed visiting a refugee camp in Srebrenica on 12 July. “He was giving away chocolate and sweets to the children while the cameras were rolling, telling us nothing will happen and that we have no reason to be afraid,” recalled Munira Subasic of the Mothers of Srebrenica group.“After the cameras left he gave an order to kill whoever could be killed, rape whoever could be raped and finally he ordered us all to be banished and chased out of Srebrenica, so he could make an ‘ethnically clean’ city,” she told Reuters.The remains of Subasic’s son Nermin and husband Hilmo were both found in mass graves by International Commission of Missing Persons (ICMP) workers. The ICMP have identified some 6,900 remains of Srebrenica victims through DNA analysis.“(This conviction) is an important reminder that more than 20 years after the Bosnian war, thousands of cases of enforced disappearances remain unresolved, and victims and their families continue to be denied access to justice, truth and reparation,” said John Dalhuisen of rights group Amnesty International.Mladic is still seen as a national hero by some Serbs for presiding over the swift capture of 70 per cent of Bosnia after its Serbs rose up against a Muslim-Croat referendum vote for independence from Serbian-dominated federal Yugoslavia.In their appeal against Wednesday’s verdict, Mladic’s lawyers will argue that Bosnian Serbs were “victims” of the 1992 referendum and went to war in “self-defence”.Mladic’s lawyers have said Sarajevo was a legitimate military target as it was the main bastion of Muslim-led Bosnian government forces. They also asserted that Mladic left Srebrenica shortly before Serb fighters began executing Muslim detainees and was later shocked to find out they had occurred.Mladic’s son, Darko, told reporters the court was biased against Serbs and alleged it had failed to pursue cases on behalf of Serb victims of Bosnian Muslim atrocities.But defence lawyers fell far short of swaying the ICTY, given the mountain of evidence of Serb atrocities produced at previous trials. Four of Mladic’s subordinates received life sentences. Karadzic was convicted of genocide in 2016 and sentenced to 40 years, and is appealing.FIVE-YEAR TRIALMladic was indicted along with Karadzic in 1995, shortly after the Srebrenica killings, but evaded capture until 2011.His trial in The Hague took five years in part because of delays due to his poor health. Mladic has suffered several strokes, but the ICTY rejected a flurry of last-minute attempts by his lawyers to put off the verdict on medical grounds.The ICTY indicted 161 people in all from Bosnia, Croatia, Serbia, Montenegro and Kosovo. Of the 83 convicted, more than 60 of them were ethnic Serbs.
Md Tajul IslamClaiming that the excavation works of all the canals in the port city are underway, local government, rural development and cooperatives minister Md Tajul Islam on Saturday assured the city dwellers that they will get rid of waterlogging soon, reports UNB.Out of 57 canals, which are flowing through the city, several have already been re-excavated while others will be dug out in turns, said the minister while addressing a view-exchange meeting at Chattogram Circuit House.”So city dwellers must be relieved of vexing waterlogging,” assured the minister.The minister also said that the authorities concerned will organise more view-exchange meetings to find out a way to get rid of such an acute problem.Mentioning that prime minister Sheikh Hasina has sanctioned Tk 10 billion in the last ECNEC meeting for the development of the port city, the minister urged all concerned to help address city’s crisis and take prompt initiatives for its development.Necessary arrangements will be ensured ahead of the rainy season as the water can be drained out frequently as well as the city roads will be made wider, he added.”We must work together to make the city a spectacular and enlightened one,” he hoped.
Listening to happy or peaceful music can make pleasant memories spring into your mind, while sad or scary tunes may invoke negative emotions, a new study has found.Researchers from McGill University in Canada studied 48 participants, who were made to listen to 32 newly composed piano pieces unknown to them in 30 seconds.The pieces were grouped into four retrieval cues of music, happy (positive, high arousal), peaceful (positive, low arousal), scary (negative, high arousal) and sad (negative, low arousal). Also Read – Add new books to your shelfParticipants were then asked to recall events in which they were personally involved, that were specific in place and time and that lasted less than a day. As soon as a memory came to mind, participants pressed a computer key and typed in their accessed memory.The researchers noted how long it took participants to access a memory, how vivid it was and the emotions associated with it. The type of event coming to mind was also considered and whether for instance it was quite unique or connected with an energetic or social setting. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveMemories were found to be accessed most quickly based on musical cues that were highly arousing and positive in emotion and could therefore be classified as happy.A relationship between the type of musical cue and whether it triggered the remembrance of a positive or a negative memory was also noted. The nature of the event recalled was influenced by whether the cue was positive or negative and whether it was high or low in arousal.”High cue arousal led to lower memory vividness and uniqueness ratings, but both high arousal and positive cues were associated with memories rated as more social and energetic,” said Signy Sheldon from McGill University. Researchers found that a greater proportion of clear memories were recalled when highly arousing positive cues were played in a blocked fashion.Positive cues also elicited more vivid memories than negative cues. In the randomised condition, negative cues were associated more vividly than positive cues, researchers said. The study was published in the journal Memory and Cognition.
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Nowhere is number visualization more important than in marketing and sales, so your marketing dashboard needs to show you all of these:Leads: Is your marketing working? This simple question is answered by the number of leads you’re getting. OK, I’ll give it to you – it’s not that simple. Rebecca Corliss lists 15 critical lead generation metrics that you need on your dashboard.Conversions: You make an offer (campaign). People see it (traffic). They register their interest (lead). Not all leads will convert. While you’ll measure all of the above, the important equation here is the lead-close rate (or conversion rate).Channel output: There’s a great advantage in using digital marketing dashboards that you which channels are working for your business and pinpoint ones that aren’t. Tie each channel’s contribution to your goals. Jettison non-responsive channels and plug the budget leak.Branding and engagement: When it comes to branding, things aren’t as straightforward as running a campaign, generating leads and persuading customers to buy. Since there are multiple touch points, you’d have to track changing customer profiles, their behavioral patterns, the route they take to get to the sale and the conversations they’re having. Brand equity is governed by these, so you need to watch closely.Online or offline, you just have to have a feel of your marketing pulse 24×7. An all-in-one marketing dashboard like Cyfe can give you an integrated view of your sales, customer data, web analytics, email and social media analytics.2. Finance and cash flow dashboards. Finance is the artery linking straight to the heart of every business. So is positive cash flow. Benjamin Shepherd argued that while financial accounts can be manipulated, the one true measure of the health of a business is its cash flow. If you don’t have your eyes on the money, you aren’t looking where you should.Web-based accounting solutions such as Xero and Freshbooks, and even larger enterprise-level solutions such as Intacct give you dashboards with analytics pulled in from finance, accounting, taxation and other monetary aspects of your business. Stay on top of those numbers.3. Project management dashboards. If it’s business, work must get done. Businesses of all sizes have projects of varying degrees, from one-off simple tasks to major operational endeavors. Project management is an undeniably important element of your business. Because it’s people you’ll be working with, every person comes with their own style of working. With multiple team members, it’d be a nightmare just to manage people and complete projects. That’s why you’d need a method that is systematized, accountable and easy.You can manage projects, tasks and deadlines using a variety of project management tools. Trello is one of the easiest ones to get started with. Most project collaboration tool dashboards now come with instant notifications, time tracking and other features.Related: Just Keeping Track of Key Measures Can Double Your Profits4. Human resources dashboards. People are critical to business growth and time is money, so you need a way to account for both. You can’t take all the time in the world to hire but, after they are hired, every team member is expected to be a star performer. How do you get to the bottom of this?How much time do you spend to source and attract talent? What methodologies are working for you? You won’t know a thing if you don’t pull out these insights from your hiring process. Big data has already made inroads into human resources, and “people analytics” is a “moneyball,” as Steven Pearlstein quipped in the Washington Post.OrgVue is a dashboard that brings in everything you need to know about your HR processes with powerful visualization, people data modeling, and custom-built databases.5. Customer support dashboards. Customer support is the last thing standing that helps you differentiate your business from competition. While it’s always about people, you still have to know how well you manage turn-around times, escalations requests, etc.Modern customer support solutions such as ZenDesk and Help Scout help you with analytics, dashboards and the necessary insights to streamline your customer service processes to make the leap to from customer service to customer delight.Related: New Google+ Dashboard Lets Businesses Manage Multiple Tasks in One Place Free Webinar | Sept. 9: The Entrepreneur’s Playbook for Going Global September 19, 2014 Register Now »
After a hopeful start in the 29th minute when Joel Campbell put the Costa Rican Men’s National Team ahead against Mexico, Costa Rica ultimately fell 3-2 to their perennial rival at the Universitario de Nuevo León Stadium Thursday night.Captain Bryan Ruíz also scored in the 44th minute, but that wasn’t enough to defeat El Tricolor, with goals from Víctor Guzmán (33), Henry Martín (56), and Raúl Jiménez (71).La Sele came out strong in the first 15 minutes against an unusual Mexican lineup including only one of the players Mexico took to the 2018 World Cup (defender Edson Álvarez) and none of their stars playing in Europe. Costa Rica had multiple shots on goal leading up to Campbell’s goal following a defensive error by Mexico.Guzmán’s goal to open scoring for Mexico and tie the game at 1-1 was a spectacular volley past Costa Rican star goalkeeper Keylor Navas. Facebook Comments Related posts:The best photos from Costa Rica’s loss to Tunisia – and the afterparty Costa Rica hopes to clinch World Cup berth against a carefree Mexico Keylor: Costa Rica is ready to classify Belgium defeats Costa Rica 4-1
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