SecretaryGeneral recommends 6month extension of UN mission in Cyprus

7 June 2007Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has recommended a six-month extension of the UN Peacekeeping Force in Cyprus (UNFICYP) while pointing out that some are questioning the value it adds in the absence of political progress. “UNFICYP has played an important role in maintaining peace and security in Cyprus,” Mr. Ban said in his latest report to the Security Council covering the past six months.At the same, time he observed that, “After 43 years of presence in Cyprus, the value added of UNFICYP, particularly in the absence of significant progress on the political process, is increasingly being questioned by various actors in the international community.”The situation along the ceasefire lines has stayed “generally calm and stable,” but he noted security concerns regarding civilians endeavouring to seek their property rights in the buffer zone, disregarding security considerations.Mr. Ban underscored his “firm belief that the responsibility of finding a solution lies first and foremost with the Cypriots themselves,” and said that “it is essential that the parties demonstrate their readiness to match words with deeds through sincere efforts to reach a comprehensive settlement.”Despite the lack of any significant advancement, “the parties have taken small but incremental steps in the right direction,” he observed, welcoming the sustained dialogue between representatives of the two leaders regarding bicommunal working groups and technical committees.He voiced regret that the atmosphere in which the two parties are allowed to engage in bicommunal contacts has not improved substantially, and said he believes an active civil society could aid the political process. read more

UN crime watchdog helps Iran set up unit to combat moneylaundering from

9 February 2010Iran has teamed with the United Nations anti-crime agency to set up a financial intelligence unit tasked with tackling the spread of money-laundering in the country, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) announced today. Iran has teamed with the United Nations anti-crime agency to set up a financial intelligence unit tasked with tackling the spread of money-laundering in the country, the UN Office on Drugs and Crime (UNODC) announced today.The move is a major step forward towards fighting the use of illicit earnings in Iran – mostly connected to opium trafficking from neighbouring Afghanistan – to finance serious criminal activity, undermining peace and security in the country.In a 2009 report, UNODC estimated that trafficking in opiates has created an illegal market worth some $65 billion annually, more than the gross domestic product (GDP) of at least 120 countries and 65 times the value of the market for firearms trafficking.“The time has come to celebrate progress on anti-money-laundering by the Islamic Republic of Iran,” UNODC’s country representative Antonino De Leo said at the inauguration of the new unit.“UNODC is proud of having contributed to these national achievements through its technical assistance programme,” added Mr. De Leo.The new unit, initially consisting of 15 officials from the Ministry of Economic Affairs and Finance, will analyse suspicious domestic and international financial transactions, and help the judiciary investigate and prosecute those involved in money-laundering.UNODC has also assisted Iran in establishing a computer-based training centre in its capital, Tehran, which is “a centre of excellence to train officials on international best practices in tackling money-laundering and financing of terrorism,” said Mr. De Leo. read more

Judge orders Colo cakemaker to serve gay couples for wedding celebrations

Judge orders Colo. cake-maker to serve gay couples for wedding celebrations by Ivan Moreno, The Associated Press Posted Dec 6, 2013 3:36 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email DENVER – A baker who refused to make a wedding cake for a same-sex ceremony must serve gay couples despite his religious beliefs or face fines, a judge said Friday.The order from administrative law judge Robert N. Spencer said Masterpiece Cakeshop in suburban Denver discriminated against a couple “because of their sexual orientation by refusing to sell them a wedding cake for their same-sex marriage.”The order says the cake-maker must “cease and desist from discriminating” against gay couples. Although the judge did not impose fines in this case, the business will face penalties if it continues to turn away gay couples who want to buy cakes.The American Civil Liberties Union filed a complaint against shop owner Jack Phillips with the Colorado Civil Rights Commission last year on behalf of Charlie Craig, 33, and David Mullins, 29. The couple was married in Massachusetts and wanted a wedding cake to celebrate in Colorado.Mullins and Craig wanted to buy a cake in July 2012, but when Phillips found out the cake was to celebrate a gay wedding, he turned the couple of away, according to the complaint.Nicolle Martin, an attorney for Masterpiece Cakeshop, said the judge’s order puts Phillips in an impossible position of going against his Christian faith.“He can’t violate his conscience in order to collect a paycheque,” she said. “If Jack can’t make wedding cakes, he can’t continue to support his family. And in order to make wedding cakes, Jack must violate his belief system. That is a reprehensible choice. It is antithetical to everything America stands for.”The Civil Rights Commission is expected to certify the judge’s order next week. Phillips can appeal the judge’s order, and Martin said they’re considering their next steps.Mullins said he and Craig are “ecstatic.”“To a certain extent, though, I don’t think that this is necessarily a surprise,” he said. “We thought it was pretty clear cut that he had discriminated against us.”Mullins said he hopes the “decision will help ensure that no one else will experience this kind of discrimination again in Colorado.”A similar is pending in Washington state, where a florist is accused of refusing service for a same-sex wedding. In New Mexico, the state Supreme Court ruled in August that an Albuquerque business was wrong to decline to photograph a same-sex couple’s commitment ceremony.Colorado has a constitutional ban against gay marriage but allows civil unions. The civil union law, which passed earlier this year, does not provide religious protections for businesses.“At first blush, it may seem reasonable that a private business should be able to refuse service to anyone it chooses,” Judge Spencer said in his written order. “This view, however, fails to take into account the cost to society and the hurt caused to persons who are denied service simply because of who they are.”ACLU attorney Amanda Goad said no one is asking Phillips to change his religious beliefs.“But treating gay people differently because of who they are is discrimination, plain and simple,” she said.___Find Ivan Moreno at . read more

1970 World Cup rally girls reunite for one more run

first_imgThe car was shipped back to Buenos Aires, the women returned to Britain, and soon afterwards Burrell gave up rallying when real life got in the way and she needed to get a job.She also lost touch with the other women. Ozanne died in 2009. But Burrell was reunited with Kerridge-Reynolds again in 2013 after Googling her and discovering she was giving a talk at a motoring club nearby.Kerridge-Reynolds had tracked down the Austin Maxi – it had gone through several owners and one man had rescued it from a chicken shed in Huntingdon, Cambs, in 2009. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Kitted out in matching dresses, the all-female team – Burrell, Kerridge-Reynolds and the car’s owner, Tish Ozanne – were a novelty. But Burrell said they never encountered any sexism.”I never found it a problem. If you want to do something, just do it,” she said. “We wore dresses before the race but we did change into something a bit more comfortable for driving, jeans or whatever. Of course, in those days there was no health and safety. It was just an adventure.”The crew got as far as Argentina before the Austin Maxi gave up the ghost. They had braved rivers, deserts, jungles and mountains on the gruelling trip, and were even offered guns by the race organisers in case they encountered bandits. When Bronwyn ‘Bron’ Burrell last drove her Austin Maxi, she was 25 years old and on a once-in-a-lifetime rally adventure from London to Mexico.The year was 1970, and she was part of an all-female crew crossing 16,173 miles and 25 countries in the gruelling World Cup Rally, in a car they nicknamed ‘Puff the Magic Wagon’.Nearly five decades on, and at the age of 72, Burrell is back behind the wheel to race again in the very same car.She has reunited with Tina Kerridge-Reynolds, now 77, and after restoring the Austin Maxi to tip-top condition the pair will compete in the London to Lisbon rally in April. Bron Burrell today The women with their car in 1970  The women wore more “comfortable” clothes for the races, she said Last April, Burrell went to see the car. “I said to the owner, ‘She looks lovely but she should be doing the endurance tests she was built for.’” He agreed to sell it to her.The car is currently having work done, including a new clutch and brakes. “We’re making sure she’s in top condition. I don’t want her to let herself down,” Burrell said.”Everyone thinks I’m mad to be doing it at this age. But really, I only feel about 50.” Bron Burrell  Bron Burrell “I’ve got my competition licence back and I’m ready to rock’n’roll,” said Burrell, who scoffs at the idea pensioners should slow down. “I still think I drive quite well. I have to rein myself in because I tend to want to go faster than I should. It’s just an in-built desire for speed.”I was lucky enough to be of an age that [Formula One champion] Jim Clark showed me how to drive Brands Hatch in a Lotus Cortina. I sat in the car and watched him and said, ‘Jim, that was great but you can go faster, can’t you?’ Bron Burrell behind the wheel in the 1970s  Bron Burrell behind the wheel in the 1970s  Bron Burrell today “He said, ‘Just check the lap time.’ And when I asked one of the guys who had been timing him, he said he’d broken the lap time for that car by 1.8 seconds. So I learned a very good lesson early, that you don’t have to be all flash and bang to be fast.”Burrell first took up rally driving as a teenager and began competing in the late 1960s. The Daily Mirror World Cup Rally in 1970 was considered the most arduous race of its kind in the world, and she was determined to take part.last_img read more

Planned A69 million Australian tungsten mine in northern territory

first_imgA proposed new Northern Territory open-pit tungsten mine would deliver a net outcome of more than A$100 million over its seven year life and potentially could expand underground, a new economic study has found. The mine would generate more than A$500 million in revenue on known mining reserves and an IRR of 59% and deliver its owners an early payback of under 18 months from first production.The new economic findings announced today are from an enhanced DFS into the proposed A$69 million Molyhil open-pit tungsten mine, 220 km northeast of Alice Springs. Molyhil has an open-pit probable ore reserve of 3.5 Mt @ 0.29%WO₃ and 0.12% Mo and is 100%-owned by Adelaide-based Thor Mining Plc.The findings are a major boost for the project. Tungsten is considered a strategic metal by the US, China and the European Union and was confirmed this year by the US Department of the Interior as a ‘critical commodity’.Prices for the commodity have been on the rise since January 2016 and with this new report, and subject to final approvals and financing, could see first tungsten and molybdenum concentrate produced from Molyhil as early as 2020.Tungsten’s unique properties include its high melting point, hardness and tensile strength. It has few substitutes and is used in the manufacture of hard metals, steels, alloys and mill products.Thor Executive Chairman, Mick Billing, said the enhanced attractive returns and early payback at Molyhil resulted from process improvements and longer operating life at the open-pit.“There is further significant upside at Molyhil from expanding into potential underground mining and open-pit mining the nearby Bonya tungsten deposits, 30 km east of Molyhil,” he said.“Strategically, the results of the enhanced DFS are based only on Molyhil’s known mining inventory and do not include the additional upside of either potentially going underground or mining Bonya.“Molyhil will be a very low cost tungsten producer on a global scale. The upgraded NPV in excess of A$100 million demonstrates the substantial value this project holds for the company.”Billing said the new findings were the results of years of detailed work at Molyhil, but provided further confidence in Thor’s ongoing engagement with third parties which have expressed a specific interest in the project’s funding and offtake opportunities. He described Molyhil as a ‘construction ready’ project.“Subject to the submission of an acceptable Mining Management Plan once project level mine construction financing is confirmed, the 12-month mine construction schedule can commence. We are targeting first production by early in 2020.”Other highlights of the new report include:EBITDA of A$245 millionTotal capital expenditure of A$69 million including a project finance requirement of A$58 millionThe remaining ~A$11 million in capital finance (for mining fleet, power generation equipment, mining camp etc. over which mortgages can be exercised) can be funded via asset financeSimple open-pit mining operation and conventional mineral processing techniquesVery high tungsten grades in the first two years of open-pit miningProduction cost of US$90/metric ton unit (mtu)The project will operate as a fly-in fly-out operation.Thor has already received environmental approval from the Northern Territory’s EPA for the project to proceed and also has agreements with traditional owners.Billing said the next steps for the project would involve securing the balance of concentrate sales (off-take) agreements and financing project development.“After that, it is planned to commence detailed engineering studies, along with completion of the Mine Management Plan and onsite civil works in preparation for mine and process plant construction and development.”Thor has a non-binding Memorandum of Understanding  with Pennsylvania-based Global Tungsten & Powders for between 70% and 75% of Molyhil’s tungsten offtake.The mine is anticipated to return an average feed grade after ore sorting of 0.48% WO₃ and 0.20% Mo at a crushing and sorting rate of 531,000 t/y to produce an annual production average of 125,000 mtu or about 1.2% of the current global market for tungsten. (1 mtu = 10 kg of contained WO₃).last_img read more

Can Irelands vast monoculture conifer carpets be changed into biodiverse deciduous woodlands

first_imgCan Ireland’s vast monoculture conifer carpets be changed into biodiverse deciduous woodlands? It is better for biodiversity and more sustainable, writes Dermot McNally. 33 Comments By Dermot McNally Jun 22nd 2018, 7:01 AM Dermot McNally Friday 22 Jun 2018, 7:00 AM Share96 Tweet Email2 Writer center_img 27,043 Views THE GROWTH OF conifer forests is being challenged by a number of groups in Ireland. These critics, who include the protest group Save Leitrim, say that more broad leaf trees combined with Continuous Cover Forestry (CCF) should be mandatory in woodlands in the future.They say it’s better for biodiversity and more sustainable. Industry stalwarts don’t dispute the facts on biodiversity but say that CCF and more broadleaf forests aren’t viable in the Irish context. So where does the truth lie?CCFCCF is a long established practice on the continent but the approach has really only begun to establish itself here in recent decades. One Irish forest where CCF has become standard practice can be found in Co Monaghan at Hilton Park, an estate in the Madden family for nine generations.They’ve been progressive land owners since 1731 when Samuel Madden (co-founder of the Royal Dublin Society) promoted the idea of financially rewarding outstanding farm and forestry initiatives, hence his nickname “Premium Madden”. So it’s little surprise that the Hilton woodlands were honoured with an RDS Multi-Purpose Forestry Award in 2018.The Award is aimed at forests that are developing and enriching habitats through natural and environmentally sensitive methods. Judges evaluate the planning and management of the area, ecological awareness, social benefit, silvicultural methods, control of grazing animals and invasive species, as well as sensitive felling and thinning.Fred Madden and his father Johnny liaise with forester Sean McGinnis of EcoPlan to ensure that both biodiversity and timber value are enhanced with each intervention.Rich woodlandsOne-third of the 250 acres at Hilton is made up of Sitka and Norway Spruce. These are blended into rich woodlands of oak, beech, alder, birch, ash and more, all of which help to create a ramblers paradise – an added bonus to guests who book into their award winning Country House.The woods are home to every imaginable flora and fauna including rare species so they feel richer and more inviting than conifer monocultures. Importantly, diverse woodlands such as these are less vulnerable to species specific disease such as Chalara/Ash Dieback which has devastated Ash trees in Europe and is likely to do the same across Ireland.So why doesn’t everyone follow the Hilton methodology? Firstly scale is critical for anyone considering CCF. Around 250 acres is forested at Hilton and so the enormous fixed expense in employing timber extraction equipment every year or two to service the woods is justified: as different stands of trees reach maturity at different periods a gradual extraction of small blocks (group fell) of timber is viable.Few privately owned woodlands exceed 30 acres and small forest owners struggle to justify financial outlay without some immediate return. In comparison forests on the continent are often vast in scale (or managed collectively) which facilitates a CCF approach.CCF is highly reliant on the natural regeneration of saplings (new trees) but this is fraught with complications. Shade intolerance of certain saplings, competition for nutrients from ground vegetation, damage from insects and animals (hare and deer especially) as well as suitability of the new trees for final timber production all make natural regeneration perilous.And when manual spot planting is necessary it’s time consuming and expensive vis a vis large scale planting.Financially productiveBut the biggest consideration is that conifer stands are typically three times more financially productive than broad leaves (regardless of felling style). Growing top quality hardwoods is very challenging as final crop trees need several pruning interventions with much of the timber only good enough for pulp.Each tree has to avoid storm damage and disease for periods of 60 to 120 years before felling. Therefore it’s lucky that the Madden family put such a high value on biodiversity, aesthetics and recreational use or Hilton would be a very different woodland.It’s not surprising then that in a world where money talks, most newly planted woodlands are dominated by the standard mix of 75% conifer, 15% broad leaf and 10% biodiversity area, and managed by clear-fell. Conifer monocultures are often simpler, more predictable and more profitable: investors can hope to achieve a modest 5% growth per annum on well managed conifer forests – broadleaf forests are estimated to return a little over 1% per annum.All end users of timber love working hardwoods but they also like the predictability and price of softwoods which is why they dominate construction and related trades. Foresters also argue that despite the dreariness of conifer plantations they are still playing a huge part in carbon capture.So if Ireland is to usher in a new era of forestry, new measures to bridge the gap between the two sides in the debate are needed.Dermot McNally is a journalist and writer who blogs at Floundering forests: The challenges facing the Irish forestry industry>I’m 27. I’m living at home. Going through the same hall door since I was in a school uniform’> Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URLlast_img read more

Google prépare son entrée en entreprise

first_imgGoogle + prépare son entrée en entrepriseLe réseau social de Google fait feu de tous bords au niveau médiatique actuellement. Voulant séduire le plus d’utilisateurs possibles, il s’ouvre et offre ses applications dans de nombreux domaines. Aujourd’hui, c’est au tour du monde de l’entreprise.Il y avait les applications pour les groupes de travaux (Google Apps for Groups) et il y avait les applications pour les entreprises (Google Apps for Business). Grâce à Google Plus, ces deux mondes vont pouvoir utiliser des moyens de collaborations et de travail conjoints pour pouvoir créer des réseaux sociaux d’entreprises.À lire aussiÉquinoxe du Printemps : pourquoi tombe-t-il le 20 mars ?C’est au Web 2.0 Summit (qui s’est tenu entre le 17 et le 19 octobre 2011 à San Francisco), par la voix de son vice-president Vic Gundotra, que Google a annoncé ses nouvelles dispositions concernant le développement de ses services au sein des entreprises. De nouvelles fonctions qui auraient pu être déjà présentes dans Google +, mais que le géant d’Internet a dû repousser pour des raisons logistiques, notamment au niveau du calendrier d’intégration des nouvelles applications :”le succès de Google+ n’était pas sans poser quelques problèmes à Google ! “.Mais il ne faut pas se leurrer. Au-delà de ce simple aspect quasi-altruiste d’offrir de nouvelles applications, il y a surtout la nouvelle manne de profils et de pseudos qui viendront renforcer l’influence de Google + face aux autres réseaux sociaux.Le 25 octobre 2011 à 10:27 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Transient man accused of assault makes court appearance

first_imgA transient man accused of pointing a handgun at a woman’s head during an altercation Monday made a first appearance in Clark County Superior Court.James E. Patzke, 24, was in court Tuesday to face an allegation of first-degree assault stemming from the incident, which reportedly occurred at an acquaintance’s residence in the 4300 block of Northeast 66th Avenue.The woman, Chessa Vaughn, told Vancouver police that people at the residence were threatening to hurt her so she walked to the door and said she would call the police. She then heard someone rack the slide of a firearm, looked back and saw Patzke pointing a semi-automatic handgun at her head, according to an affidavit of probable cause.Patzke reportedly said, “Do you really think I care about the police?” the affidavit states.Police said Patzke and his wife denied making any threats toward Vaughn or that Patzke had a handgun, court records said. The tenant of the residence told police there shouldn’t be any firearms in his apartment but couldn’t be certain that his guests didn’t bring one, according to the court document.After serving a search warrant, police found a handgun hidden in the attic crawl space of the residence, the affidavit said.During Patzke’s court hearing, Judge Robert Lewis set Patzke’s bail at $25,000. He will be arraigned Sept. 8, court records show.last_img read more

Hon Amanda Misick speaks of preparations taken by Government

first_img Related Items:fuel allocated for pumping stations, new gate system hope to aid against flooding in down town provo, new wells, new wells hope to aid against flooding on island, sea wall repaired in grand turk Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, TCI, October 3, 2016 – Late last night the Minister of Home Affairs was giving Magnetic Media a Whats App interview.“Supervisors on all islands were contacted to see that equipment have been tested and operational.  Fuel has also been allocated for all pumping stations, wells have been checked and cleared.  We have also drilled new wells in areas and other locations that is critical.  Public works is confident that it will be able to manage the clearing of land as soon as the storm has passed.  One of the key elements that will allow public works to be more efficient, and that is on the island of Providenciales, where we have just installed a new gate system, and this is located in the area of Five Cays.  This will allow for the water in the Down Town area to be cleared quicker.  And as for Grand Turk, the sea wall was repaired to a standard that should withstand any heavy wave action.” During 2014s Tropical Storm Cristobal the country was shut down for two days due to the severity of flooding, especially in Providenciales and North Caicos and in 2015s Hurricane Joaquin, the country lost nearly the same amount of time and saw the causeway for North and Middle Caicos, then under construction, under water and the sea walls in Grand Turk battered by lashing waves due to erratic and severe weather phenomenon.  The flooding also led to a serious spike in the spread of mosquito borne diseases – at the time we were battling only Dengue Fever and Chikungunya Virus.  The stakes are higher now, with the advent of the new more frightening Zika Virus.You can follow me on Facebook, Twitter, Linkedin, Instagram and be connected to the most immediate information on our Magnetic Media WhatsApp blast.last_img read more

Mourinho will be in Madrid sooner or later Calderon

first_imgFormer Real Madrid president Ramon Calderon has given a hint that Jose Mourinho may complete a shock return to the club sooner or later.Mourinho has been linked with a return to the European champions a club he last managed back in 2013. And with the future of Lopetegui under intense scrutiny, there are chances Los Blancos may call on the Portuguese once again.“If this president is with the team for a few years, and I think he will be, Mourinho will be here,” Calderon told Football Espana via ESPN FC.“No doubt. It’s the only Coach the president has respected.“For better or worse. I think he will be here – if he leaves Manchester, of course. But sooner or later, I think he will be here.”Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“Selling Ronaldo? I think it’s been a big mistake, a historic mistake in many senses, and with no replacement!“There’s no way to find someone to substitute a player like Ronaldo, so [it is] a big mistake.“If you see that the €100m we’ve received has been spent on two players: one is in Brazil, Rodrygo, and the other [Vinicius Jr.] is playing in Castilla [Madrid’s reserve team].“It’s something very weird. I have all the respect for Mariano [Diaz], but now he has many things to show until he can be at the level of Cristiano.”last_img read more

Houston Councilman Dwight Boykins Exploring Run For Texas Governor

first_img Share City of HoustonHouston City Council Member, Dwight Boykins.As Democrats look for a serious candidate to challenge Gov. Greg Abbott in 2018, another big-city official is surfacing as a potential contender: Dwight Boykins, a member of the Houston City Council. “I have had an opportunity to travel across our great state and meet a lot of hardworking people who feel no one is listening to their concerns or fighting for their families and I am humbled and encouraged by those who have asked me if I would consider running for Governor of Texas,” Boykins said in a statement to The Texas Tribune on Tuesday. “Like most people, I have noticed that our state is deeply divided over controversial social issues, while the major problems facing our state and the people who live here continue to go unresolved.”Boykins said he has not made “a final decision about the possibility of running for a higher office,” but the clock is ticking with less than three weeks until the candidate filing deadline for the 2018 primaries. So far, only little-known Democrats have lined up to challenge Abbott, who is seeking a second term next year. A few more prominent figures are also exploring campaigns, including another elected official from one the city’s major metropolitan areas, Dallas County Sheriff Lupe Valdez, and Andrew White, the son of late Gov. Mark White.First elected in 2013, Boykins represents Houston City Council District D in south Houston and chairs the council’s 16-member Ethics, Elections & Council Governance Committee. He’s long been involved in efforts to improve city infrastructure, particularly when it comes to flooding — an issue that is getting renewed attention in the wake of Hurricane Harvey.“As a member of the Houston City Council, I continue to hear from countless residents who are attempting to rebuild their lives and homes in the aftermath of the devastating flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey,” Boykins said in the statement. “This is not a Democrat or Republican issue, and we must take politics out of the equation when it comes to the lives of the residents in the areas impacted by Hurricane Harvey.”Boykins mentioned Abbott’s refusal to immediately tap the state’s $10 billion savings account, known as the Rainy Day Fund, to deal with the post-Harvey recovery, saying it shows the “disconnect between the current leadership of our state and the needs of the people.” Abbott has expressed openness to using the fund in the 2019 legislative session to make up for Harvey-related costs incurred between now and then.last_img read more

Nintendo Switches 3DS Marketing Plan

first_imgNintendo 3DS has seen weak sales since it has been released. While Nintendo has admitted that the sales are lack luster, they still have a few tricks up their sleeve. Nintendo president Hiroshi Yamauchi says its marketing will be revamped for the failing console.As of now, the 3DS has only sold 3.4 million units. Nintendo had plans to sell at least 4 million units by the end of the fiscal year. However, it is clear that the current plan is not working. Nintendo did not say what the next step of action will be. Nintendo also has a Wii successor in the works that will be released next year. It could cut the lifespan of the 3DS short if Nintendo can improve its sales. Via Hot Hardwarelast_img read more

Argentine congress considers lowering voting age

first_img Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean “La Campora is invading the schools with its banners,” complained Deputy Eduardo Amadeo.Buenos Aires Mayor Mauricio Macri said such partisan politics have no place in public classrooms. Several teachers were disciplined, and Macri’s education minister set up a toll-free line parents can call to report alleged efforts to use public schools to improperly influence young people.Pro-government lawmakers asked a judge to shut down the number as an attack on the free speech rights of teachers and students, and rock musician Fito Paez stirred the debate by saying in a radio interview that “these people would have been turncoats during the dictatorship; they would have turned people in.”Paez’s pro-Kirchner sympathies are well-known: He generated weeks of headlines when he said “half of Buenos Aires makes me sick” after Macri won election.Still, in a country whose 1976-1983 dictatorship killed as many as 30,000 suspected “subversives,” his reference to the era’s turncoats touched a nerve. Daniel Lipovetzky, a city lawmaker with Macri’s PRO party, gave Paez until day’s end Wednesday to retract his words or face a libel suit. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Sen. Gerardo Morales, who leads the senate’s largest opposition party, the Radicals, said his bloc is “clearly in favor of expanding rights” and will support the measure, which is now destined for congressional approval in October.Other opposition figures have alleged that giving younger teenagers the vote is an attempt by President Cristina Fernandez de Kirchner to swing the next elections and maintain her hold on power. They point to a recent effort by La Campora, a pro-government youth movement, to lead political discussions inside public schools.“I’m convinced that the government isn’t inspired by the work of increasing the rights of the children,” said Luis Naidenhoff, another Radical party senator.Numerous polls have said that Fernandez’s government finds its strongest support among 18- to 25-year-olds. Younger teens haven’t been polled, because until now, their opinions haven’t mattered.Opposition lawmakers presented a report Wednesday documenting 40 incidents in which they said La Campora indoctrinated children using a game based on the historic literary figure of the “The Ethernaut,” a character in the graphic novels of Hector Oesterheld, who was kidnapped and killed during Argentina’s military dictatorship. In the game, the enemies are the president’s leading opponents: the newspapers Clarin and La Nacion, as well as wealthy rural landowners. Top Stories Sponsored Stories How do cataracts affect your vision?center_img How men can have a healthy 2019 Both sides have appealed to free speech rights in the battle for the youth vote, but neither side has been immune to excesses.Government opponents cite the case of a 16-year-old in provincial Cordoba who was disciplined by his school last month after writing “this is disgusting” in a visitors’ book during a class field trip to an exhibit honoring Evita Peron. The iconic first lady’s populist legacy is celebrated by the current president, but many still blame the late wife of Gen. Juan Domingo Peron for fundamental problems in Argentina.The teenager spoke out Tuesday after his parents complained and the provincial education minister removed the disciplinary warnings from his file. “They shouldn’t punish me just for having a different opinion. I didn’t kill anybody or anything,” Walter Dominguez told reporters in Cordoba.___Associated Press writer Debora Rey contributed to this report.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Comments   Share   Associated PressBUENOS AIRES, Argentina (AP) – Debate began in Argentina’s senate Wednesday on a proposal to lower the voting age from 18 to 16, while another battle heated up over efforts to bring politics into the public schools.Sen. Anibal Fernandez, who is sponsoring the voting measure, said it’s “stupid” to think 16-year-olds aren’t mature enough to vote. A hundred years ago, Argentina set the voting age at 18, and Fernandez argued to his fellow senators that people have advanced enough since then to lower the age by two years.last_img read more

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first_imgEnd of gameThe kick is good. Cardinals finish their season 10-6. Time to head downstairs. 4:46 left in second quarterTo say that last drive was huge would be an understatement. WIth the help of a 49-yard pass to Fitzgerald (a beauty, might I add), the Cardinals finally punch it in. It happened on a fourth and one pass from Palmer to Jake Ballard, and it only got to that point because Rob Housler dropped a sure TD. 17-7 Niners, but the Cardinals have some life. 13:46 left in second quarterA stop! The Cardinals force a punt, which takes a San Fran bounce to the Arizona nine. Another shot at the biggest drive of the game for the Cardinals. 10:55 left in first quarterTimeout for the Cardinals as the Niners setup shop at their 8. Anquan Boldin, in his first game back since the Cardinals traded him a few years ago, is chewing up the defense, as has little-used Quinton Patton. Not a good start for Arizona’s best unit. Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact :29 left in fourth quarterAnd Jay Feely nails the 43-yard field goal attempt to tie the game at 20. 1:45 left in fourth quarterDefense holds but Dawson comes in and nails a 56-yard field goal. 49ers go back on top, 20-17. Cardinals have two timeouts, though, so still plenty of time. Not that the Cardinals need any extra motivation, given that the Niners have won 8 of the last 9 against them. The 49ers won the coin toss and elected to defer, so the Cardinals’ offense will take the field first. – / 22 Comments   Share   8:49 left in third quarterThe 49ers move the ball and then go for it on 4th and 1, but come up an inch or two short on a run. Jim Harbaugh is challenging the spot, but that’s a tough one to overturn. If the call holds, the fumble will have cost the Cardinals only time and yardage, not points. :2 left in fourth quarterKaepernick hits Quinton Patton on a ridiculous throw, and the Niners have it at the Arizona 22. Dawson comes in for a 40-yard field goal attempt. :25 left in fourth quarterGood kick return gets out to the San Fran 40. Still 1:45 left in fourth quarterKickoff sails deep into the end zone. And the drive will start from the 20. :52 left in first quarterBoldin takes a third down pass 63 yards to the Arizona four, and the next play Kaepernick hits a wide open Vernon Davis for the touchdown. The PAT makes it 17-0, and this is definitely not what the Cardinals had in mind today. Cards take over at their own 40. 11:35 left in third quarterA first down on a nice catch by Fitz is followed up by a Mendenhall fumble. Niners recover and would have the ball at the Arizona 37. Looks like a fumble on the replay, but it is under review. 3:56 left in third quarterIs there anything left to say about Arizona’s defense? They hold on 3rd and 1 and force another punt. They’ve kept the Cardinals in the game, which has been the recipe for the majority of the season. Generally the offense shows up at some point. Now would be a good time, as the return gives them the ball at the 15. 10:37 left in first quarterDefense holds SF to a field goal, so that’s a win. On third down, the Niners brought in former Cardinal Adam Snyder to add extra protection for Kaepernick, but Matt Shaughnessy went right around him and got a good shot on the QB. Some things never change… 5:41 left in first quarterCardinals move the ball with help of a long Mendenhall run, then go for it on 4th and 1. Mendenhall picks up three on a good run, and it’s a first down for the Cardinals. Big, big drive happening right now. 7:39 left in fourth quarterAnother drive stalls, another field goal attempt misses. Not Jay Feely’s best game, that’s for sure. San Francisco takes over at its own 33. 11:56 left in fourth quarterSan Francisco moves the ball some but ends up kicking away. Cardinals have it at their own nine, down by one score. In other news, the Saints are not going to lose to the Buccaneers, so the playoffs are out of the question. 14:54 left in third quarterNiners will begin their drive from the 26. Worth noting that the Cards’ defense has been much better in the second halves of games this season. Key to get off to a fast start and get the offense back on the field. 13:13 left in third quarterCardinals catch a break when Kaepernick does not see a wide open Michael Crabtree, instead throwing the ball out of bounds down the field. The punt bounces into the end zone, and the Cardinals take over at their 20. A scoring drive here would make things interesting. 6:04 left in third quarterCardinals get a huge pass from Palmer to Floyd, but go nowhere from there and come up short on fourth and six from the 36. Would have been a long field goal attempt, but certainly within Feely’s range. Did his previous miss make Bruce Arians hesitant? Who knows.Anyway, the teams just traded empty possessions. Niners ball. :20 left in second quarterAsk and you shall receive! Cards get the stop and then Dawson misses from 24 yards out. Cards take over with little time left nad two timeouts, but appear content to head into the half down 17-7. Makes sense to me. Could be better, could be worse. 9:48 left in first quarterBad return puts the Cardinals at their 12, and on second down Palmer is picked by NaVorro Bowman. It was a nice play by the linebacker but a bad read from the QB. Still 11:35 left in third quarterRuling on the field is confirmed. Big, big turnover. center_img :31 left in second quarterIt’s 2nd and 6 from the 6 as the Niners take a timeout. Last week, a goalline stand at the end of the first half helped propel the Cardinals. Given the score, they could use another one here. PregameAlright folks, here we are. Week 17 (game 16) and it’s Cardinals vs. 49ers. Depending on what happens in New Orleans, a win today could mean a playoff berth for Arizona. 4:07 left in second quarterThe 49ers are facing a 3rd and 6 but for the moment play has stopped as Alameda Ta’amu lies on the ground in a bit of pain. Looks like a leg issue for the nose tackle/fullback. 12:40 left in second quarterA Floyd drop, a short run and then an incomplete deep ball (to Floyd, who appeared to have been held or simply stopped on the route) leads to another Cards punt. Niners take over at their 46. 14:47 left in fourth quarterDrive stalls but Feely converts a 49-yard field goal. It’s a one score game now, with the Niners up 17-10. 2:00 warning49ers have moved the ball to the Arizona 38. Another few yards and they’re in field goal range, and that’s all it would take to win this one. Can the D come up with a big play? Still 8:49 left in third quarterRuling stands, Cards’ ball at their own 15. 3:14 left in fourth quarterNiners begin drive from their 21. Cardinals have momentum, but San Fran has the ball. 2:00 left in second quarterThe Cardinals didn’t get a stop, and a few plays later the Niners have the ball at the Arizona 16. The most recent play was a 14-yard pass to tackle Joe Staley, who was an eligible receiver. It was…umm…interesting, to say the least.Injury update: Ta’amu has a right knee injury and his return is questionable. 3:15 left in first quarterCards stall on third down and come up empty when Jay Feely misses from 37 yards out. Rough way to see the drive end, especially with the team down 10-0. Needed to come up with something on the drive, if only to ensure this game doesn’t get away from them.Niners take over at the Arizona 28. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo 8:33 left in first quarterCardinals defense almost comes up with another stand, but Anquan Boldin makes a great catch for the touchdown. 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Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling 3:20 left in fourth quarterFacing 3rd and long, Palmer lofts a perfect pass to Andre Roberts in the corner of the end zone. The receiver comes down with the ball and it’s ruled a touchdown, though it’s going to be close on the review. TD or not, what a throw. Wow. And it’s a TD. 5:48 left in fourth quarterDefense holds with the help of Dan Williams’ first career sack. Dave Burns, who is sitting to my left, just announced he is closing his Saints/Bucs gamecast. Ahh well.. Top Stories Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires 10:30 left in second quarterDefense forces another punt and really seems to be finding itself. Ball is fair caught at the Arizona 12, where the offense will come back out. 13:32 left in first quarterCardinals go three-and-out on their firs possession, and it included MIchael Floyd’s first non-first down reception in a long, long time. 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