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The U.S. Southern Command-sponsored humanitarian and civic assistance exercise New Horizons was conducted in Haiti during a four-month stint which ended in September 2010. The mission provided medical assistance and engineering know-how while the country continues to rebuild from a powerful earthquake that struck January 12, 2010. About 150 to 200 U.S. troops from the National Guard and Reserve rotated through the Caribbean nation to help build or improve three schools, a sports recreation area and water wells. Medical troops also conducted 10 medical readiness and training exercises at five sites and provided free general and specialized medical and dental services to thousands of citizens. An annual program that began in the mid-1980s, New Horizons has provided an opportunity for the United States to work side-by-side with partnering nations. By Dialogo July 01, 2010
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Jan 26, 2009 (CIDRAP News) – Canadian authorities have confirmed that an H5 avian influenza virus, probably low-pathogenic, has surfaced on a turkey farm in southern British Columbia.Canadian news agencies said authorities were preparing to cull up to 60,000 turkeys on the farm near Abbotsford, southeast of Vancouver in the Fraser Valley.In a Jan 24 news release, the Canadian Food Inspection Agency (CFIA) confirmed that an H5 virus was found on the farm and said initial tests indicated that it is low-pathogenic. Further tests were under way to determine the precise subtype and strain, the agency said.A private veterinarian submitted turkeys from the farm to British Columbia’s Animal Health Centre for testing because of a “respiratory problem with no significant mortality,” according to a report that Canada filed with the World Organization for Animal Health (OIE) on Jan 24.Canada’s National Centre for Foreign Animal Diseases in Winnipeg, Man., confirmed that the virus was an H5, the OIE report said. It said gene sequencing showed that the virus was 99% similar to an H5N2 virus recovered from a green-winged teal in California in 2007.The CFIA said all birds on the farm would be euthanized and disposed of and that the agency would oversee cleaning and disinfection of the barns, vehicles, equipment, and tools.A CBC News report said the CFIA planned to kill the birds by sealing the barns and flooding them with carbon dioxide. Workers will then mix the carcasses with organic material in the barn to raise the temperature as high as 50°C during decomposition and thereby kill the virus, the story said.The OIE report said the affected barn contained about 28,000 turkeys. But the CBC report and other news stories cited plans to cull up to 60,000 birds.The CFIA said it was restricting the movement of poultry and poultry products within 3 kilometers of the outbreak site. The restrictions affect 23 other farms, according to the CBC report.The Fraser River Valley had a large outbreak of highly pathogenic H7N3 avian flu in March 2004, which affected as many as 40 commercial farms and led to the culling of 17 million birds. In addition, a low-pathogenic H5 virus was found on a poultry farm in the area in November 2005.In other developments, two new outbreaks of the deadly H5N1 virus have been reported in backyard poultry flocks in Egypt, according to online information from the Egypt-based project Strengthening Avian Influenza Detection and Response (SAIDR).Both outbreaks occurred in Alexandria governorate, SAIDR reported. An outbreak in Khorshid district involved 100 chickens and 10 ducks, and one in El Mamoura district affected 10 chickens and 5 ducks.See also: Jan 24 CFIA news release on British Columbia outbreakhttp://www.inspection.gc.ca/english/corpaffr/newcom/2009/20090124e.shtmlJan 24 OIE report on Canadian outbreakhttp://web.oie.int/wahis/reports/en_imm_0000007720_20090124_144510.pdf
According to the criteria of the TripAdvisor portal (service, position, price-quality ratio, cleanliness and even sleep quality) La casa di Matiki, a facility in the Municipality of Žminj, was named the best Bead & breakfast in Croatia in 2019. Namely, the owner offers guests a complete experience of nature and life in it; domestic animals, homemade bread, the possibility of sleeping on hay, imaginative and rich breakfast prepared from local ingredients, great outdoor chess, an authentic experience of an old Istrian farm, as well as a swimming pool in the vineyard and olive grove. It is a place where guests become friends, and Mrs. Sonja dedicates herself to them for the entire stay. ANDREW ALEY, TRIPADVISOR: ONLINE BOOKING SHOULD BE SIMPLIFIED AS MUCH AS POSSIBLE, BECAUSE AT THE CURRENTLY ONLY 20 PERCENT OF CLIENTS BOOK SERVICES OUTSIDE THE HOTEL OVER THE INTERNET The guest must feel royal, says Glavić, whose staff greets guests every morning with a smile and a fragrant breakfast, and the imperative is original, own and local Žminj products. The evenings offer a view of the magnificent starry sky, with plenty of peace and quiet. Chickens, donkeys, dogs and cats are an indispensable part of life in Casa Matika, a place that laid the foundations in 1995, and in 1997 the first guests came, so it can be rightly said that Mrs. Sonja is a pioneer of this type of offer in the heart of Istria. This is the fifth year that Trip Advisor ranks Mati Mati among the 25 best Bed & Breakfasts in Croatia, and in 2019 she will be on the throne. RELATED NEWS: My dream was to host people from all over the world, and the dream came true, says Mrs. Sonja Glavić, owner of La casa di Matiki. And her guests are domesticated to such an extent that, she says jokingly, sometimes she feels like a guest herself and considers her guests the hosts. See the list of TOP 25 best bed & breakfast facilities in Croatia according to TripAdvisor HERE
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Yet traders remained nervous about a supply glut, and the US benchmark WTI oil price finished down 1.5 percent at $22.41 in New York trading, while Brent ended up 0.8 percent at $31.74.OPEC members dominated by Saudi Arabia and other producers led by Russia have been negotiating a deal to cut production and support prices for days. Mexico balked at an agreement on Friday, leading Trump to step in and say the US would help Mexico meet its end of the bargain.After a Sunday videoconference, the top producers agreed to slash daily production by 9.7 million barrels from May, according to Mexican Energy Minister Rocio Nahle, down from the 10 million barrels a day envisioned earlier. The agreement between the Vienna-based Organization of the Petroleum Exporting Countries and non-OPEC producers foresees deep output cuts in May and June followed by a gradual rise in production until April 2022.But with demand down by about 25 million barrels per day and North American producers shutting down their rigs because they don’t have space to store their crude, Dan Pickering, chief investment officer at Pickering Energy Partners, told AFP the deal’s benefits are likely to be seen only later in the year.”The reality is things are bad. They are going to stay bad for a couple of months,” he said. Topics : Top global oil producers are considering slashing output by 20 million barrels a day under the terms of a deal to boost prices, US President Donald Trump said on Monday.Trump’s remarks came after OPEC producers and their allies agreed on Sunday to cut production by 9.7 million bpd, which some analysts feared would be too little to stem the damage from the combination of plunging demand amid the coronavirus pandemic and a price war between Russia and Saudi Arabia.”People are saying 10 million but we think the number they will actually hit is going to be closer to 20 million barrels a day,” Trump said at a press briefing about the coronavirus, referring to how much oil production would be cut. Not enough? Trump cheered the agreement Monday, saying, “It’s a very monumental agreement.”With countries putting their populations under lockdown, the coronavirus pandemic has caused an economic decline and a global demand slump that has sent oil prices to two-decade lows.Meanwhile, Russia and Saudi Arabia ramped up output in a price war to hold on to market share and undercut US shale producers.Calling Trump’s goal “aspiration,” analyst Andy Lipow said the market reaction to the OPEC+ deal has been “muted,” as uncertainty remains over the degree to which producers will comply with the cuts.”Lots of questions… remain, as far as compliance and ultimately how much oil is actually taken off the market,” he said. “Any increase in prices over the next few months is going to encourage producers to keep on producing.”Storage tanks have also rapidly filled up, and Lipow said markets are watching major economies like China and India to see whether they will make more purchases for their national reserves to free up capacity.Trump announced last month the US would buy “large quantities of crude oil” for storage in the Strategic Petroleum Reserve.Producers have resigned themselves to tough times, with Russian Energy Minister Alexander Novak saying he did not expect oil markets to recover before “end of the year, in the best case,” according to Russian news agency TASS.Saudi Arabia’s Energy Minister Prince Abdulaziz bin Salman suggested on Monday further cuts could come when OPEC meets in June.”Flexibility and pragmatism will enable us to continue do more if we have to,” he told Bloomberg. “We have to watch what’s happening with demand destruction or demand improvement, depending on how things evolve.” And he said such a deal could protect millions of US jobs. “This historic action will help nearly 11 million American workers who are supported by the US oil and gas industry.”Trump had already tweeted about the deal earlier in the day.”Thank you to all of those who worked with me on getting this very big business back on track, in particular Russia and Saudi Arabia,” he wrote.
NasDem deputy chairman Ahmad Ali said the party had dismissed Andi after he was named a suspect. The party would not provide legal assistance to him either, Ahmad said on Wednesday as reported by tempo.co.The KPK also said it had received the suspect from the AGO.“The suspect will be subjected to self-isolation for 14 days at lot C1 of the detainment center,” spokesperson Ali Fikri wrote in a statement on Tuesday.The antigraft agency had previously said it would be ready to take over Pinangki’s case as long as it met certain requirements of the KPK Law. The statement came amid public pressure on the KPK to take over the case, believing that the antigraft agency could handle the case more objectively.However, Hari said the AGO would not hand over the case to the antigraft agency, promising to work optimally and transparently to solve the case.In the case, Djoko allegedly conspired with Pinangki to get the Supreme Court to acquit him and overturn the court’s decision from 2009 declaring him guilty of involvement in the high-profile Bank Bali corruption case. (mfp)Topics : The Attorney General’s Office (AGO) has named NasDem politician Andi Irfan Jaya a new suspect in a bribery case implicating prosecutor Pinangki Sirna Malasari and detained him at the Corruption Eradication Commission (KPK) detention facility as part of coordination between the two legal forces.Andi was named a suspect on Tuesday for allegedly being the middleman in Pinangki’s case. The AGO named Pinangki a suspect in a bribery case as she was accused of receiving a US$500,000 bribe from graft convict Djoko Soegiarto Tjandra.“We are detaining the suspect today at the KPK’s detention center. This is a form of our coordination,” AGO spokesperson Hari Setiyono told reporters Wednesday, as quoted by kompas.com.
The ministry called on the Kosovo leadership to avoid such steps that would harm the legal status of Jerusalem.Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said Friday Serbia will become the first European country to transfer its embassy to Jerusalem. Kosovo will also set up its Israel mission in Jerusalem and in exchange earn Israel’s recognition, as it seeks to further legitimise its statehood.Those decisions came out of a US-brokered agreement between the two Balkan rivals. In a separate statement late Saturday, the Turkish foreign ministry said it was also “deeply concerned” by Serbia’s move.Israel seized control of East Jerusalem in 1967 and later annexed it in moves never recognised by the international community.Israel considers the city its undivided capital, but Palestinians see the mostly Arab eastern part of Jerusalem, including the Old City with its holy sites, as the illegally occupied capital of their future state. The United States in December 2017 recognised Jerusalem as Israel’s capital and shifted its embassy from Tel Aviv to the city, sparking Palestinian outrage. Topics : Turkey on Sunday voiced disappointment over majority-Muslim Kosovo’s decision to recognise Israel and set up its mission in Jerusalem.A vocal advocate of the Palestinian cause, Turkey became one of the first countries to recognise Kosovo, which declared its independence from Serbia in 2008. “Even the thought by Kosovo officials of taking such a step — which is a clear violation of international law — is disappointing,” the Turkish foreign ministry said in a statement.
Heavyweight boxing champion, Tyson Fury, commissioned a street artist from Liverpool to create a mural at his new gym. Fury, who holds the WBC version of the heavyweight championship, hand picked Liverpool man John Culshaw to create a scene from his victory over American fighter Deontay Wilder. John, 33, who lost an arm in a childhood accident, has enjoyed a growing reputation in the city over the last year after completing a number of eye catching murals. Last summer he completed a mural of the Liverpool FC manager on the front of Klopp’s Boot Room in Anfield. But the boxing fan was thrilled when he was told that Tyson Fury wanted him to complete a frieze at his Fury foundation gym in Morecambe. John said to the ECHO : “I created a mural of Tyson at a gym in Ormskirk called Conquest Fitness which is run by Kristian Blacklock. “Tyson trains there and loved it, and then Kristian told me that the big man wanted me personally to create something similar at his new gym in Morecambe. “But I had to get it done over one weekend. I drove up on the Saturday and Tyson was there, waiting for me. He wanted to know if I needed anything and I said yes, I need some ladders. “He just went out and got them for me. I thought he might have sent someone else but he did it himself. He was just like one of the lads. “We had a chat about the project and I showed him a still of the Wilder fight which I wanted to recreate. He said yes and that was it really. “He was really pleased with it on the Monday and I was just relieved that I managed to finish it on time and did not let him down.” Loading… Fury posted a short video on Instagram in which he unveiled the art work. He said: “What a painting John. Fair play, that is impressive. Very impressive.” Fury is now in training for his much anticipated third fight against Deontay Wilder after stripping the American of his title during an explosive encounter earlier this year. The highly lucrative re-match is expected take place later this year or at the start of 2021. John said: “Yes I am hoping my work can inspire Tyson during this camp and win again against Wilder.” John, who grew up in the Page Moss area, was hit and nearly killed by a speeding car when he was nine-years-old. Although John lost his arm in the accident he has refused to let the injury get in the way of his life. read also:Joshua to Fury: It’s time for you to retire John later trained as a painter and decorator, and then became involved in street art. He uses spray paint to create murals and has worked across Liverpool and Manchester. Last year John received a lovely compliment from Steven Gerrard after he created an art work of the former Liverpool captain and Peter Reid at a barbershop in Huyton. John has previously told the ECHO that he would love to create a giant mural of a boxing icon on the outside of his uncle’s gym in north Liverpool. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentUnusual And Unique Beauty Of Indian WomenPlaying Games For Hours Can Do This To Your BodyA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This Day10 Risky Jobs Some Women Do8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future6 Major TV Characters We Were Relieved To See Leaving The ShowWhy Do So Many Digital Assistants Have Feminine Names & Voices?What Is A Black Hole In Simple Terms?The Most Exciting Cities In The World To VisitTop 10 Most Romantic Nations In The WorldThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreWho Is The Most Powerful Woman On Earth?