CAIRO – A regional cold snap spread to Egypt on Friday, with some Cairo suburbs seeing snowfall for the first time in years, a weather official said. The Middle East has been hit by a fierce winter storm, with temperatures in Egypt plummeting over the past two days as torrential rain also lashed parts of the country.“It is the first time in very many years” that it has snowed in the suburbs of Cairo, said Ali Abdelazim, an official at the meteorological centre. “The whole garden was white,” Karim Kheirat told AFP by telephone from the new town of Medinati northeast of the capital.“It’s the first time in my life that I have seen it like this.”Other suburbs of the capital also saw light snow showers, residents said.In the Sinai Peninsula, the storm deposited a blanket of snow several centimetres (inches) thick in the mountainous area around Saint Catherine’s monastery for the first time in decades.Mokhtar Hussein, who lives in the area, said he had not left his house since Thursday because of the weather.“We aren’t leaving the house at all because the whole town is covered in snow,” he said.On the Mediterranean coast, gardens, streets and houses in the town of Ras al-Bar were covered by a layer of white after heavy snow, resident Rania al-Mubashir said.The northern coastal city of Alexandria only received light snowfall, but authorities shut the port for the third consecutive day because of the bad weather and strong winds.
UNHCR Deputy High Commissioner Wendy Chamberlin will travel on a five-day mission visiting refugee camps and UNHCR projects in Kenya, Tanzania and Burundi, accompanied by senior officials from Manpower, Nike, Merck, Microsoft and Pricewaterhouse Coopers.“The aim of next week’s mission is to give business leaders an opportunity to learn more about UNHCR’s work in East Africa and the Great Lakes, as well as to see for themselves the impact of their involvement on the daily life of refugees,” UNHCR Spokesperson Jennifer Pagonis told reporters in Geneva.“The five corporations are part of UNHCR’s Council of Business Leaders, set up last year in Davos to build additional bridges between the corporate and the humanitarian communities.” The Swiss city of Davos is home to the annual World Economic Forum.The role of the Council is to advise UNHCR on the best strategies to capitalize on existing joint projects and to develop new and innovative public-private partnerships. The Council also aims to raise awareness of refugee issues in the business world.“As well as visiting refugee camps in Kenya and Tanzania, the delegation will follow a convoy bringing refugees from Tanzania back home to Burundi,” Ms. Pagonis said.There are more than 240,000 refugees in Kenya, the majority from Somalia and Sudan. Tanzania is home to more than 400,000 refugees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) and Burundi. In Burundi itself, UNHCR is running reintegration projects for some 300,000 people who have returned from exile – most of them from Tanzania – since 2002.UN High Commissioner for Refugees António Guterres returned from a one-week mission to the Great Lakes region on Monday, calling on the international community for “a bigger engagement in the years and months to come” in the impoverished region.
“It is of the interest of both parties in the conflict and of all Syrian people to preserve the neutrality and the functionality of health infrastructure,” UN Emergency Relief Coordinator Valerie Amos, Director-General of the UN World Health Organization (WHO) Margaret Chan, and Executive Director of the UN Children’s Agency (UNICEF) Anthony Lake said late last night.In the joint statement, the officials “strongly condemn” attacks on health and any other civilian facilities in Syria and added that they are “deeply concerned by the serious implications for patients, health personnel and provision of critical medical supplies”.Over 60 per cent of public hospitals are not functioning in Syria and a similar percentage of ambulances stolen or damaged, according to UN figures.“At a time when hospitals are overwhelmed with patients, it is vital that these facilities be protected and medical staff be allowed to provide urgent medical, surgical and obstetric care to patients without any risk,” the officials said.They noted that attacks against health facilities can be considered a war crime under international law. “All parties must respect their obligations under international humanitarian law to protect civilians, health facilities and health professionals,” they urged. Despite the insecurity and serious access challenges the UN and partners have helped vaccinate more than 3.3 million children against measles and polio in recent weeks, according to figures provided by the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA).Meanwhile, over 8,000 women have received reproductive and maternal health services, the UN agency said, and hundreds of thousands of people with chronic health problems are being treated with medical supplies and training provided by the UN and partners.The statement also deplored the escalating violence in a conflict that has killed more than 100, 000 people and driven some 6.5 million others from their homes since opposition protesters first sought to oust the Government of President Bashar al-Assad in March 2011.On Tuesday, Ms. Amos briefed the UN Security Council behind closed doors on challenges to humanitarian access in the war-torn country. She said that despite “modest progress” with the Government on speeding up visa issuance and increasing the number of relief distribution hubs, perhaps 250,000 Syrians remain cut off from aid.
If the coroner’s officer knows that the family has a genuine religious need to hold the funeral of their loved one either later that day or the next day, this religious need cannot lawfully be excluded from the defendant’s consideration Lawyers told the court on Tuesday that Ms Hassell’s jurisdiction covers the boroughs of Camden, Islington, Hackney and Tower Hamlets, which between them have “sizeable” Jewish and Muslim minority populations.Sam Grodzinski QC told the court there was evidence from Jewish and Muslim leaders that the policy has caused “widespread distress” among faith communities.The barrister, representing the Adath Yisroel Burial Society, told the court his case was not that religious groups must come first, but that religious belief must be “conscientiously taken into account” by a coroner. A coroner who refuses to allow Jews or Muslims to skip the burial queue has been accused of breaching human rights laws at the High Court.Mary Hassell, the senior coroner for inner north London, established a policy so that deaths in her jurisdiction are dealt with on a first-come, first-served basis.It says no death will be prioritised based on the religion of the deceased or their family by either the coroner or her officers.The policy is being challenged at the court in London by religious groups who say it ignores “deeply held beliefs” which require their dead to be buried as soon as possible.They argue Ms Hassell’s stance is unlawful and breaches the Human Rights Act and the Equality Act. 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. He added: “If the coroner’s officer knows that the family has a genuine religious need to hold the funeral of their loved one either later that day or the next day, this religious need cannot lawfully be excluded from the defendant’s consideration.”And yet, the effect of the policy is that the Jewish or Muslim family must simply take their place in the cab rank queue – regardless of whether others require any urgent decision from the coroner.”The court heard that, since first outlining the policy, Ms Hassell has said it is “flexible” and does take into account the wishes of families.In a written statement ahead of the hearing, she said: “My team and I do, in every case, try to help and we tailor that help.”We respond to particular circumstances and wishes and we accommodate every family when we are able – provided that doesn’t materially disadvantage other families, we assist where we can.”The hearing continues before Lord Justice Singh and Mrs Justice Whipple.
The Victorian Multicultural Commission (VMC) celebrated this week the formation of a promising five-member body, tasked with the mission of championing multiculturalism and its benefits, while countering negative stereotypes.With support from the Victorian Government, the inaugural Multicultural Ambassadors Program brings to life one of the commitments outlined in its Multicultural Policy Statement for 2017, in a bid to improve social cohesion and support our diverse communities in celebrating and sharing their culture with pride and respect.Our newly-appointed Ambassadors for Multiculturalism made their first joint appearance at a special event hosted at Melbourne Museum last Tuesday, where attendees had the opportunity to hear their personal stories of how diversity shaped their lives, learn about the drivers behind their decision to join the program and what they hope to achieve.One of them was actress Olympia Valance, best know today for her role as Paige Smith in the soap opera Neighbours. Within the Greek Australian community however, Olympia’s past also bears a special significance as she happens to be the granddaughter of Neos Kosmos founder, Dimitri Gogos.“I’m very proud of my Greek and Serbian heritage, while I’ve always felt safe to be able to celebrate where I come from, which I think is something everyone deserves to feel. So, it’s nice to be able to use my voice and platform to share my story and get people to talk about their stories, just starting the conversation again,” Ms Valance said during the event.Olympia Valance. Photo: AAP Image/Julian SmithThe proposal to become a Multicultural Ambassador was also met with enthusiasm by AFLW star and league-leading goalkeeper Darcy Vescio, successful corporate personality and NBL chairperson Larry Kestelman, Victorian chef, restaurateur and media personality Karen Martini, and AFL premiership star, Jack Riewoldt, who was unable to attend the event.The VMC Chairperson Helen Kapalos introduced the ambassadors to the audience and coordinated the panel discussion, while Minister for Multicultural Affairs Robin Scott was also a key speaker.In her introductory remarks, Ms Kapalos stressed how Multicultural Ambassadors can act as change agents, shining a light on the positive contribution diversity has made in Australian society, “because they all bring with them a personal story of how multiculturalism has played out in their lives and impacted their lives”.Thanking the delegation members for standing up to share these stories, Mr Scott spoke about how their lived experience encapsulates the trajectory of diversity and multiculturalism in the country and how promoting these stories helps strengthen bonds in our community and fight prejudice against people with different religion, language and culture.Celebrating this spirit of diversity and inclusion is a foremost consideration for Ms Valance in her new role.“Without the myriad of backgrounds and cultures and ethnicities, we wouldn’t have all this beautiful food and music and festivals that multiculturalism opens us up to.“After all, that’s what makes Victoria what it is and it wouldn’t be one of the most liveable places in the world if it wasn’t for its beautiful mix of people,” Ms Valance said during the panel discussion.Helen Kapalos addressing the panel.In the same vein, 25-year-old Darcy Vescio explained how sports can be a great driver for young people to focus on things they share and stated she is determined to help promote a sense of pride in multiculturalism, wanting people to see each other for who they are, instead of where they come from.Karen Martini brought to the fore the irrational face of racism, describing incidents where people who had experienced discrimination in the past often become the perpetrators years later, while Larry Kestelman focused on the positive impact of immigration on business and economic development.“If you don’t have diversity in your workplace, then you’re probably missing out on a great opportunity,” he said.Born in Ukraine when it was part of the Soviet Union, he migrated to Australia at the age of 12, before moving initially to Italy with his parents.In sharing a glimpse of his story during the event, Mr. Kestelman made a funny yet emotional comment about the stigma of being called a ‘wog’ back then.“I’m a proud wog,” he then exclaimed and the same statement was echoed by his fellow ambassadors.The event was the first time the members of the delegation met each other, but it seems they are more than ready to work together for their special mission: promoting Australian multiculturalism, the element that makes this country so unique. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
Warangal: Rich tributes were paid to PV Narasimha Rao, the first Prime Minister of India from the non-Hindi-speaking and southern part of the country, on the occasion of his 98th birth anniversary on Friday. Leaders cutting across party affiliations remembered the architect of India’s reforms. Speaking at the DCC Bhavan here, Greater Warangal Congress Committee president Katla Srinivas Rao described PV as a great economic reformer. Despite the controversies surrounding his government, PV came out with flying colours. Also Read – TRS is institutionally strong: MLA Govardhan Advertise With Us “PV’s reforms rekindled the waning economic position of the country. PV, who made Manmohan Singh the Finance Minister, gave him a free hand to bring in reforms that led to a spurt in country’s economy,” he said. Senior Congress leaders EV Srinivasa Rao, Boddireddy Prabhakar Reddy, Modem Sridhar Goud, Dr Puli Anil Kumar, K Ganesh and B Sampath were among others who paid floral tribute to PV.Elsewhere at the Bus Station junction, legislators D Vinay Bhaskar, K Srihari, KUDA chairman Marri Yadava Reddy garlanded the statue of PV. They remembered the services of PV to the nation, on the occasion.
Linards ZarinsPR HandoutSinger Linards Zarins’ latest single titled I Miss You has struck a chord with the music lovers and received positive review and response from them. The track has gone viral on the social media.Linards Zarins premiered the lyrical video of his new single I Miss You on his YouTube channel and other music platforms on July 5. The song was instant hit with many music lovers and started creating buzz on the social media within no time. The audience not only expressed positive reviews in their replies, but also shared its link on micro-blogging networks. Here are some of their replies.Lessie Weimann: I am feeling this song and I really like it. keep expressing your heart through your music. Every word could be what some people need to hear. It most helped me get over a lot.James Harris: I don’t know but i feel his pain though I’m in a very happy and peaceful place in life but i know how it feels. I had my share too.Chris Nilles: Masterpiece. This is what made me fall love with Linards Zarins music. Beautiful song and beautiful video.Cleveland Raney: So beautiful song.I love Linards Zarins voice it’s so perfect and powerful.Leif Boyle: This song gives me a really good vibes and make me feel so good.Linards Zarins is a Latvian-born, Spanish-based singer and songwriter whose mix of pop and R&B vocals has led him to grow a sizable and engaged following. On April 12th, 2019, he released his debut single “Good Thing”, a sultry pop-summer track produced by platinum-selling producer Daniel Calvin. The song became a viral hit overnight amassing over 300k streams in less than a week on Spotify.Good Thing was featured on the Pop Trending Playlist alongside the likes of Billie Eilish, Khalid and Diplo. It stands as a testament to the growth and maturation that Linards has gone through over recent years. Musically, his distinct sound samples elements from urban, pop, Latin, electric, and dance genres that carve a chill yet upbeat atmosphere for listeners.Originally gaining exposure on a nationwide talent show in his home country, Linards would build on the momentum from it through a slew of widely acclaimed covers of artists such as Ed Sheeran, Ariana Grande, Justin Bieber, and more. In one video covering The Chainsmokers and Kelsea Ballerini’s song, This Feeling, Linards amassed over 6 million views.Linards Zarins has a rapidly growing presence on Instagram with 576k followers as of April 2019. On Instagram, Linards consistently uploads content, interacts with fans, and uses it as a tool to contact and collaborate with artists from around the world.
Two cases were filed with Khilgaon police station on Friday night over the incident of domestic help’s death in Dhaka’s Banasree area in the morning.Khilgaon police station officer in-charge M Mansoor Ahmed confirmed the filing of a murder case.House owner Moinuddin and caretaker Tipu were shown arrested in this case, he added.The OC also said another case was filed on charge of attacking and thrashing private property.Read More:Domestic help’s death sparks protest at Banasree
Road Accident logoAt least five people, including two women, were killed in a collision between a bus and a battery-run easy-bike near municipality BRAC office on Dhaka-Khulna highway of Bhanga upazila of Faridpur on Wednesday morning.Three of the deceased are Abu Sheikh, 35, driver of the easy-bike and resident of Panchkul village of the upazila, Khaleda Begum, wife of Shahidul Islam of Chowdhurykanda Mohalla of the upazila, and Mizanur Sheikh, 40, of Bamundanga village of the upazila.The accident took place when a Gazipur-bound bus of Ima Paribahan collided with a Bhanga-bound easy-bike in the area around 7:30am, leaving three dead on the spot and injuring two, said Bhanga highway police officer in-charge M Ezazul Islam.The two injured later succumbed to their injuries in the hospital, OC added.
Pakistan’s Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif waving as he arrives to attend a ceremony in Gwadar port, some 700kms west of Karachi. AFP file photoPakistan’s top court ordered the prime minister be investigated for corruption Thursday, in a highly anticipated decision that granted Nawaz Sharif a temporary reprieve as judges said there was insufficient evidence to oust him from power.Sharif and his children had been accused of graft in an ongoing case that had threatened to topple the prime minister and captivated Pakistan after the Panama Papers leak last year linked the family to offshore business.The Supreme Court issued a split ruling calling for a joint investigation team of anti-corruption officials along with the powerful Inter-Services Intelligence (ISI) and Military Intelligence to probe the claims.“A thorough investigation is required,” Justice Asif Saeed Khosa told the court, announcing the decision.Two of the five judges went further, branding Sharif “dishonest” and saying he should be disqualified, but they were outnumbered.The court has disqualified leaders before, holding former prime minister Yousuf Raza Gilani in contempt in 2012 for refusing to re-open corruption investigations into then president Asif Ali Zardari, resulting in his disqualification.“We respect the court verdict… It will be implemented in all its spirit,” government Railways Minister Khawaja Saad Rafique said immediately after the verdict.Around 1,500 police commandos and riot forces had been deployed around the court in Islamabad ahead of the highly anticipated decision. Dozens of baton-wielding police were also seen along some roads leading into the capital.The controversy could mean turmoil for Sharif’s governing party ahead of general elections that must be held by the end of next year, and as security and the economy improve in the militancy-plagued country.It erupted with the publication of 11.5 million secret documents from Panamanian law firm Mossack Fonseca last year which documented the offshore dealings of many of the world’s rich and powerful.Among the global elite implicated were three of Sharif’s four children—his daughter and presumptive political heir Maryam, and his sons Hasan and Hussein.At the heart of the matter is the legitimacy of the funds used by the Sharif family to purchase several high-end London properties via offshore companies.Sharif’s ruling PML-N party insists the wealth was acquired legally through family businesses in Pakistan and the Gulf.But lawyers for Pakistani cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan, leader of the Pakistan Tehreek-i-Insaf (PTI) party, argue the paper trail for the funds is non-existent, and say the onus is on Sharif to prove his relatives did not engage in money laundering.‘Change the course of history’“The nation is expecting some sort of judgement which will change the course of history in Pakistan,” senior Supreme Court lawyer S.M. Zafar told AFP prior to the ruling.Regardless of the outcome, he said, the case was important for Pakistan, which ranked a lowly 116th out of 176 countries in a corruption index released by Transparency International in January.Political analyst Rasul Buksh Rais said: “It’s going to be (a) historic decision that will push Pakistan into electoral mood in either case”.“Whether the court convicts him or not today it spells trouble and the prime minister will be weakened,” added Herald newspaper editor Badar Alam.The controversy is the latest to hit Sharif, an industrialist serving his third term as prime minister after the first two were interrupted by interventions from the country’s powerful military.Late Wednesday he detailed his party’s infrastructure achievements in televised comments at the inauguration of a power plant, without mentioning the looming verdict.Pakistan, which marks its 70th anniversary of independence later this year, has seen a surge in optimism in recent months.Security has dramatically improved in the last two years, overall confidence in the economy is growing, and the military, which has ruled the country for more than half its history, appears to have reached an accommodation with Sharif’s civilian government.Read more:Top Pakistan court rules Nawaz can stay in power
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When you purchase through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more here.Amazon Prime Day is a distant memory, but here are some of our favorite deals from this past July.Not a Prime member yet? 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It’s the same Whole Foods deal that Amazon offered last year. We’re big fans of this deal because that $10 credit, which is only valid during Prime Day, can turn a good deal into an awesome deal.Last year, for instance, the Echo Dot dropped from its sale price of $34.99 to just $24.99 with our Whole Foods/Amazon credit. Likewise, the Fire TV Stick dropped to just $19.99 after our credit, which made it the best deal of Prime Day. Amazon is also offering a variety of Whole Foods deals including 25% to 50% off “summertime favorites” such as organic cherries, apple pie, and wild-caught sockeye salmon.While not a Whole Foods deals per se, Amazon is taking 25% off a variety of Pepsi products. (You must sign into your Prime account to see the 25% off coupon). Currently, you can save 25% on Quaker, Gatorade, Doritos, Starbucks Frappuccino, and more.Be sure to follow sister site Tom’s Guide for the best Prime Day Whole Foods deals.Can anyone shop Amazon Prime Day deals?Prime Day deals are exclusively for Prime members. However, if you’re not a Prime member, Amazon offers a free 30-day Prime membership trial as an incentive to join. You can cancel before your trial ends to avoid being charged $119 for a year of Prime.College students can also sign up for a Prime Student membership to shop Prime Day deals. Prime Student costs $59 per year (50% less than a traditional membership) and offers many of the same perks. What’s more, students get a 6-month free trial instead of just 30 days. Students can also check out deals at Amazon’s new Off-to-College Store, which offers discounts on everything from laptops to dorm room accessories.What non-tech items will be on sale during Prime Day?Although tech will play a huge role on Prime Day, you’ll also find plenty of non-tech items on sale during Prime Day. Amazon’s own brands like Presto and Rivet Furniture are already 30% and 20% off, respectively. We also expect to see plenty of deals on cooking devices, from Instant Pots to sous-vide machines.How can I avoid bad Prime Day deals?While we expect to see many great deals on Prime Day, we also expect to see an equal amount of fake deals. That’s where tools like the Camelizer come into play. This browser extension can display a product’s price history, so you can see if it’s been cheaper (or pricier) before.Likewise, we’re big fans of the site FakeSpot. Simply enter an Amazon product page URL at FakeSpot and the site will tell you if the product’s reviews are trustworthy or not. If you need more tips, make sure to check out our 5 Prime Day tips for tracking deals.How fast will my Amazon Prime Day deliveries arrive?This year, Prime members can expect their Prime Day orders to arrive quicker than ever. Amazon Prime’s one-day delivery service is available coast to coast in the U.S. with no minimum purchase required. Alternatively, Prime members will be able to pick up their purchases in-store via Amazon Counter. This is a network of retailers that lets shoppers retrieve their Amazon purchases in-store. It currently consists of over 100 Rite Aid stores nationwide.Are there any Prime Day cash back rewards? Absolutely. Prime members who sign up for an Amazon Store or Amazon Store Credit Builder card receive 5% cash back rewards on their purchases. Best off, there’s no annual fee to worry about. Are other retailers offering deals on Amazon Prime Day?Yes, and aggressively. Retailers like Best Buy, eBay, Target, and Walmart are offering deals to compete with Amazon’s 48-hour sale. One of the best Walmart deals finds the 15.6-inch Asus VivoBook F510QA (AMD A12-9720P/4GB RAM/128GB SSD) at $259 (which is $140 off).Target announced its Target “Deal Days” sale, which runs from July 15 to July 16. Moreover, Target REDcard holders get an extra 5% off their purchases. eBay also announced its own 48-hour sale that will go toe-to toe with Prime Day. The online merchant is calling its sale the “Crash Sale,” taking shots at Amazon’s rocky Prime Day start last year. eBay’s sale will offer savings on top brands like LG, Apple, Samsung, KitchenAid, and more.In an effort to rival early Prime Day deals, eBay is offering more aggressive deals, like the Sony WH-1000XM3 Wireless Headphones which are now sale for $289.95 ($60 off).Can I shop Prime Day outside of the U.S.?Amazon Prime Day is a global shopping event. Last year, Prime Day was celebrated in 17 countries across Asia, Europe, and North America. This year, Prime members in the United Arab Emirates will also be able to shop the retailer’s best deals. However, since the sales ended at 11:59 p.m. local time on July 16, Prime Day is over everywhere but the U.S. as of this writing.Are there Amazon Music Prime Day deals? Prime members can currently get four months of Amazon Music Unlimited for 99 cents. (Normally, it’s $7.99/month after a 30-day free trial). 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Related posts:Job fairs seeking 1,300 employees 12 companies hoping to hire 700 bilingual professionals at job fair Companies offering 2,000 jobs this week in Costa Rica Hiring outlook stable for upcoming quarter Two job fairs in coming days will offer opportunities for various types of professionals and bilingual speakers.The Alajuela Municipality on Thursday will host a job fair where employeers are looking to fill 1,800 vacancies at La Guácima racetrack, northwest of San José.Twenty companies will be looking to hire staff in areas such as administration, accounting, engineering, English instruction and medical equipment manufacturing, among others.The fair will run 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and admission is free. Posts are available to all prospective employees, but companies will prioritize residents of Alajuela and surrounding areas.Universidad Latina next week also will host a job fair at its campus in Heredia, on June 3 and at its San José campus on June 4. Schedules on both days will be from 10:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.The fair will bring together recruiters from 26 companies seeking marketing business administrators, human resource managers, financial analysts, computer engineers, industrial engineers, programmers and many customer service and administrative posts.Companies mostly will be seeking bilingual hires. Participants include Amazon, Citi, Phillip Morris International, Bridgestone, IBM, Multivex, Empleo.net, Akamai, Unilever, HP, Wyndham Herradura, MC Kinsey, Cinde, Deloitte and Kimberly Clark.Recruiters at both fairs are asking for resumes preferably in digital format, however some of them also will take print resumes. Facebook Comments
Related posts:Liberty Reserve founder Arthur Budovsky pleads not guilty in New York Liberty Reserve founder Arthur Budovsky pleads guilty to money laundering charges Liberty Reserve defendant pleads guilty to conspiracy Liberty Reserve founder gets 20 years in prison for money laundering Read all of our stories on the Liberty Reserve case here.NEW YORK – The head of technology for Liberty Reserve, an alternative digital currency used in what authorities called a massive global fraud scheme, pleaded guilty Tuesday to criminal charges.U.S. prosecutors said Maxim Chukharev, 28, of Costa Rica, pleaded guilty in New York federal court to conspiring to operate an illegal unlicensed money transmitting business.Sentencing was scheduled for Jan. 30, with a maximum penalty of five years in prison, a Justice Department statement said.Chukharev was one of seven people charged in May 2013 when federal authorities announced they had shut down what was described as one of the world’s biggest money laundering schemes.Investigators said the scheme laundered more than $6 billion in criminal proceeds between 2006 and 2013 by establishing accounts using the alternative Liberty Reserve currency.The digital exchange mechanism, which allowed depositors to mask their identities, was similar to bitcoin and other digital currencies.“Liberty Reserve was used extensively for illegal purposes, functioning as the bank of choice for the criminal underworld,” a Justice Department statement said.It “was created, structured and operated to help users conduct illegal transactions anonymously and launder the proceeds of their crimes,” the statement added.Liberty Reserve’s principals were arrested in a roundup last year in Costa Rica, Spain and New York, sealing the fate of a company that had been one of the most successful in the popular but increasingly scrutinized world of unofficial banking and virtual currencies.The indictment accused Liberty Reserve founder Arthur Budovsky — a former U.S. citizen who took Costa Rican nationality — and his partners of creating a firm that masqueraded as a convenient and legitimate money transfer system.Before being shut down, Liberty Reserve had more than a million users worldwide, including more than 200,000 in the United States, with transactions totaling more than $6 billion in funds, officials said.Three co-defendants — Vladimir Kats, Azzeddine el Amine, and Mark Marmilev — previously pleaded guilty and await sentencing. Charges are pending against the three others.The probe involved law enforcement in 17 countries and is believed to be the largest money laundering prosecution in history, prosecutors said.Recommended: A Russian patsy or high-tech criminal? Facebook Comments
Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ LaCanfora’s report seems to indicate that Haley may be more agreeable to coming back to Arizona, even if it’s as QB coach, than previously thought.Why that is, who knows. It’s possible Haley would prefer to join a staff and team he’s familiar with, as he was Arizona’s offensive coordinator in 2007 and 2008 before becoming the boss in Kansas City. Or, maybe, he’s just not finding many great offers out there from other teams.Regardless of why he’d be coming back, Cardinals fans would most certainly be happy to have him. Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Top Stories Comments Share It appears Todd Haley may be coming back to the Cardinals after all.Haley has been looking for work since being fired as head coach of the Kansas City Chiefs December 12, and though he’s been connected to the Cardinals, the only vacant spot on the staff is that of a QB coach, a job that seems a bit beneath Haley’s stature.Maybe not, according to Jason LaCanfora of the NFL Network.Todd Haley meeting with Cards coaches and team officials today about rejoining their offensive staff. Had talked before as well …— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 24, 2012 What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke Based off what I’m hearing now, sounds like they may be able to find common ground this time and make it work #insideslant— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) January 24, 2012
The medical association (CyMA) announced on Wednesday all talks with the government were at an end until private doctors receive an official response to their set of demands for participating in the National Health Scheme (Gesy).The head of CyMA Petros Agathangelou said meeting all of their demands were a prerequisite for private doctors to participate in Gesy.Speaking after delivering their memo to Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou, he said their next steps would depend on the response of the Health Insurance Organisation (HIO).Ioannou had announced earlier in the week that he would act as mediator between the CyMA and the HIO, the government body discussing the pay of private doctors under Gesy.After their meeting with the minister, Agathangelou said that CyMA would not be holding consultations with anyone for the time being.He added that their next move would depend on the official response from the HIO to their demands.He reiterated that the doctors’ aim was “a viable and qualitatively upgraded Gesy, so that Cypriot citizens truly enjoy upgraded health services”.The health minister made no statements after the meeting.But HIO officials insist that the doctors’ demands make no sense.Director general of the HIO, Athos Tsinontides, told state broadcaster CyBC on Wednesday that he was not convinced their conditions would make Gesy more functional and viable.One demand is that private doctors within Gesy should be free to practise outside the system, but Tsinontides said CyMA needed to explain exactly what they mean by this.“We need further explanations, what do they mean operate under the Gesy but be able to also do private practice, and when will they be able to do this, and why should they since they will be compensated by the state for every beneficiary for any medical act?” Tsinontides asked.On another demand, the raising of the Gesy budget, he said that the amount estimated by the government was meant to ensure the viability of the health scheme.“I cannot exactly understand what CyMA wants,” he said.The resolution, agreed by members of CyMA at a general meeting last Saturday, lists three other conditions under which private doctors would take part in the Gesy.It called for full administrative and financial autonomy of state hospitals before Gesy is implemented and a guaranteed unit price for specialist doctors involved in outpatient care in addition to inpatient fees per medical procedure.The doctors are also asking for a clear explanation and written, legal guarantees which cover the terms under which both private and state doctors take part in Gesy.Ioannou said on Monday that these conditions cannot be satisfied as a whole. He said that satisfying these demands would mean changing the philosophy of the Gesy as it has been unanimously passed last year by the House plenum.CyMA’s proposals are very similar to those on documents leaked to the media some two weeks ago, calling on the private health sector to boycott Gesy to force the government to satisfy their demands.Tension between CyMA and the HIO had been brewing for a while but escalated after the latter made public last week estimated remuneration for private sector general physicians and specialists under the Gesy to help them decide whether they would like to join. CyMA said that that was an attempt by the HIO to divide doctors ahead of last Saturday’s general assembly and that the figures presented in the estimations did not add up.The HIO had said in response that it made these documents public after realising the private medical world – contrary to what has been agreed between the two sides – had not been informed by CyMA of these figures. It also said that the figures were based on actuarial studies and official data.The latest developments have angered patients’ associations. Representatives of the Social Alliance for the Implementation of the Gesy, consisting of patients’ and consumers’ associations, and left-wing and right-wing trade unions, were to meet on Wednesday afternoon to decide on a course of action.You May LikeYahoo SearchThe Early Signs Of Type 2 Diabetes. Search Type 2 Diabetes TreatmentsYahoo SearchUndoSecurity SaversWindows Users Advised To Do This TodaySecurity SaversUndoMBA Degrees | Search AdsMBA Programs Online – See For YourselfMBA Degrees | Search AdsUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
Cyprus has strongly protested to the UN over violations of its national airspace, infringements of international air traffic regulations in Cyprus’ flight information region and the illegal use of closed ports and airports in Cyprus by Turkey.In a letter to UNSG Antonio Guterres, the Chargé d’affaires of the Permanent Mission of Cyprus to the United Nations Polly Ioannou enclosed four documents detailing the violations during the months of March and April.She said the persistent policy of violating international law and breaching international rules and regulations is a constant threat to international peace and security, negatively impacts regional stability, jeopardises the safety of international civil aviation, creates difficulties for air traffic over Cyprus and prevents the creation of an enabling environment in which to conduct the Cyprus peace process.Ioannou reported that Turkey continues to systematically harass civilian and military aircraft within the Nicosia flight information region via radio calls, while, during the same period two notices were issued to airmen relating to exercises conducted by the Turkish Air Force.Additionally, she added, Turkish commercial aircraft systematically use the Tympou airport, which continues to operate illegally following the closure by the Cyprus Government of all ports of entry in the areas where it does not exercise effective control.She underlined that Turkey’s actions “are clearly aimed at undermining Cyprus’ sovereignty, consolidating the ongoing de facto division and upgrading the secessionist entity’s status by claiming a purported airspace over the occupied territory of the Republic”.Ioannou further stressed that there is only one Cypriot State, as stipulated in various Security Council resolutions.“On behalf of my Government, I strongly protest the continuing violations of the national airspace and the territorial waters of Cyprus by Turkey, as well as the infringements by the latter of international air traffic regulations, and appeal for their immediate cessation,” the Cypriot diplomat said.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoSmart Tips DailySeniors With No Life Insurance May Get A $250,000 Policy If They Do ThisSmart Tips DailyUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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