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  • Lowerthanexpected parcel volumes helping cut into backlog says Canada Post

    first_imgOTTAWA — With a little over a week before Christmas, Canada Post says it is starting to catch up on parcel deliveries that have been delayed by rotating strikes over the past two months.The Crown corporation says that’s largely because it is taking in fewer holiday parcels than expected.At the same time, however, the agency says it cannot restore its delivery guarantees because backlogs remain sporadic across the country.Canada Post says volumes of international deliveries are also significantly less than expected, allowing postal workers to make some progress in reducing backlogs of packages from foreign locations.The corporation requested in mid-November that its international partners stop sending packages to Canada while work stoppages were held in cities across the country.Those international carriers resumed shipments Nov. 27 after the federal government passed back-to-work legislation, forcing an end to the rotating walkouts.“The international volumes now entering the country are significantly less than expected,” Canada Post said in a statement. “Processing lower incoming volumes, combined with the time lag for items to arrive in Canada, has helped us make some progress this week.”Letter mail deliveries, meanwhile, are “current,” the corporation said, meaning that Christmas cards and other mail are expected to be delivered under normal timeframes.Canada Post said its employees are being offered voluntary overtime.As well, the agency said it has hired nearly 4,000 additional seasonal employees and bolstered its delivery fleet with almost 2,000 additional vehicles.The federal government appointed mediator Elizabeth MacPherson earlier this week to try to negotiate contract settlements between Canada Post and the Canadian Union of Postal Workers, which represents about 50,000 postal employees.The two sides sat down to their first meeting with MacPherson on Wednesday. She has until Monday to bring both sides to a deal, although that deadline can be extended by another week.If no agreements are reached, the former chair of the Canada Industrial Relations Board also has been given authority to begin a binding arbitration process in January.The Canadian Presslast_img read more

  • Lanka Easter attack leader Zahran Hashim died in hotel bombing Sirisena

    first_imgColombo: Sri Lankan Islamist extremist Zahran Hashim, said to be the top leader of an IS linked local militant group that carried out the Easter Sunday bombings, died in the blast at the Shangri-La hotel, President Maithripala Sirisena said Friday. Hashim, the head of extremist group National Tawheed Jamath (NTJ), led the attack on the hotel and was accompanied by a second bomber identified as Ilham Ahmed Ibrahim. Hashim was killed during the bombings, the president told reporters here. Also Read – Saudi Crown Prince ‘snubbed’ Pak PM, recalled jet from US The president said the information came from military intelligence and was based in part on CCTV footage recovered from the scene. Hashim appeared in a video released by the Islamic State group after they claimed the bombings, but his whereabouts after the blasts were not immediately clear. In the video, the round-faced radical cleric was seen dressed in a black tunic headscarf and posing with a rifle. The country’s Muslim community had been warning about the firebrand cleric for years. However, it was the ISIS video that provided solid evidence about the Sri Lankan cleric’s role in terrorism and Easter Sunday bombings. Also Read – Record number of 35 candidates in fray for SL Presidential polls Hashim was believed to be 40 years old and a loner. He hailed from the east coast region of Batticaloa. He was a college drop-out and hailed from an average Muslim middle-class family. India’s National Investigation Agency during its probe into an ISIS-inspired module planning to kill prominent leaders in south India had stumbled upon videos of Hashim, which was indicative of a terror attack on the Indian High Commission in Colombo. The videos showed Hashim asking youths from Sri Lanka, Tamil Nadu and Kerala to establish an Islamic rule in the region. After further investigation which included cyber trailing of some of the accounts associated with the ISIS, India’s central security agencies had shared an input with their Lankan counterparts about the churches being the likely target of the ISIS module.last_img read more

  • Minister Says Moroccan Needs More Science Students

    Taroudant, Morocco – After various statements made by Lahcen Daoudi, Minister of Higher Education, in which he highlighted the importance of scientific training, the Minister once again would like to see more science baccalaureate students in the Moroccan school system.According to the Minister, having more students enrolled in science branches is “one of the key means to fight against unemployment.”Daoudi, who previously declared that there are “too many graduates in arts and humanities and not enough math and science students,” believes that orienting more students into scientific disciplines “will be one of the key ways to improve employment and the fight against unemployment.” According to Media 24, the Minister said that the number of graduates in science and mathematics has declined by 2% in the 2014 baccalaureate, against a rise of 9% of graduates in arts.For Daoudi, “this is due to the organization of primary and secondary systems that needs to be reformed.”“No economy can absorb such trends,” the Minister said, adding that “we must give mathematics its proper place in the Moroccan educational system.”In addition to his favor of science branches, the minister called several times on the importance of the English language as a key element to science and academic research.In order to make this a priority for science students, the Minister of Higher Education has reportedly signed a circular making it obligatory for science students to master English before they can be admitted to science Universities.© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed read more

  • Haiti UN helps provide relief after deadly tropical storm batters region

    Media reports say at least 14 people have been killed in Haiti, and nearly as many in the neighbouring Dominican Republic, after Gustav made landfall yesterday, a week after Tropical Storm Fay left dozens of people dead.Thousands of Haitians were evacuated by boat or truck from their homes in the West, South-East and Nippes departments with the help of blue helmets serving with the UN peacekeeping mission in Haiti (known as MINUSTAH).The mission said in a press release that it was helping to conduct patrols of key roads and bridges to determine what damage they received in the wake of Gustav, which continues to cross the Caribbean region.UN engineers have also been deployed as part of an assessment team to decide what reconstruction activity needs to occur as a result of the storm damage.MINUSTAH and the UN Country Team have been working with Haitian authorities on their national disaster response since Monday, when Gustav’s path towards Haiti was announced.UN Development Programme (UNDP) Administrator Ad Melkert, who was already visiting the country, extended his tour to inspect areas damaged by the storm.Today he inspected parts of the capital Port-au-Prince, including the harbour and the slum Cité Soleil, along with Joel Boutroue, the UN Humanitarian Coordinator for Haiti. 27 August 2008United Nations officials in Haiti are working with local authorities across the south of the impoverished Caribbean country to help bring relief after Tropical Storm Gustav pummelled the nation with torrential rains and heavy winds. read more

  • Local Government elections to be held on February 10

    Deshapriya said that the gazette notice on the date of the elections will be issued on December 26. The Local Government elections will be held on February 10. the Elections Commission announced today.Chairman of the Commission Mahinda Deshapriya said that the date was decided after extensive discussions. The Chairman of the Commission also insisted that the date of the election was not decided as a result of political influence. Deshapriya also warned that the election laws will be strictly followed during the election period and anyone violating the law will be dealt with.He said that of a total of 497 nomination lists received 23 had been rejected. Deshapriya said that election laws were followed when rejecting nominations. (Colombo Gazette)

  • Security Council meets in Africa in bid to speed up Sudan peace

    The United Nations Security Council held a rare session away from its New York Headquarters today in a bid to spur peace efforts in Sudan, convening in a highly symbolic step in neighbouring Kenya and receiving pledges from the parties in one of the wars in Africa’s largest country to reach an accord swiftly.After hearing from the principals involved and other African leaders, the 15-member body met in closed-door consultations to prepare a resolution to be adopted tomorrow, the second and last day of the meeting in Nairobi, the Kenyan capital.The Council President for November, Ambassador John Danforth of the United States, announced that with respect to the North-South peace talks, the parties are expected to sign a memorandum of understanding tomorrow, committing themselves to completing their peace agreement and signing the accord by the end of the year.In his statement to the Council, Sudan’s First Vice President Ali Othman Taha said extended talks between the Government and the rebel group in the south, the Sudan People’s Liberation Movement and Army (SPLM/A), had been fruitful and he hoped full agreement would be reached soon.The parties were looking forward to genuine help from the international community as they continued the talks in Naivasha, Kenya, and it would be his Government’s pleasure to sign the agreement before the Security Council, he added.On the fighting in Sudan’s western Darfur region, which the United Nations has called the world’s worst humanitarian crisis, Mr. Taha said his Government would abide by security and humanitarian agreements with rebel groups, and he disagreed with Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s statement that the Government had violated them.He added that with the support of the African Union (AU), Sudan would engage in talks with the armed groups in Darfur so as to reach peace in the region, where about 1.45 million people have been internally displaced and Janjaweed militias stand accused of killing and raping thousands of villagers after rebel groups took up arms last year. Another 200,000 are living as refugees in neighbouring Chad.Agreement on Darfur would fall in the context of the Naivasha accord which gave all the regions equal consideration in allocation of resources, Mr. Taha said.SPLM/A leader John Garang expressed the hope that the parties to the conflict would offer the Sudan, Africa and the world, a Christmas and New Year present by signing a comprehensive agreement soon. He reiterated his organization’s commitment to achieving peace and said remaining issues should not stand in the way of a deal and SPLM/A had no reason to cause any more delays towards signing the final peace accord.The SPLM/A was looking forward to the formation of a Government of national unity, which would mark a new beginning in the democratization of Sudan that would embrace all Sudanese, including in development planning for the rural and urban populations as well as the observance of human rights, he added.He warned that the Government’s counter insurgency in Darfur had yielded no results and if left unchecked could lead to Sudan imploding with devastating effects on the country and the region. The best way was to implement the Naivasha accord and allow as many people as possible to join the government, he added.Mr. Garang also welcomed holding the Security Council meeting in Nairobi since it showed the body was aware of the suffering of the people of Sudan and wanted to address the issue speedily.Other speakers, too, praised the decision to hold the meeting outside New York, calling it a further demonstration of the Council’s commitment to bring to an end the woes afflicting Africa. In his opening address, Mr. Annan said the move was a “rare and highly symbolic step.”Noting that this was an unusual meeting, Ambassador Danforth expressed the body’s strong support to Sudan in order to ensure a “strong and viable” future for the country.Host President Mwai Kibaki of Kenya appealed to the international community not to tire in its efforts and continue to work closely with the Intergovernmental Authority on Development (IGAD) and the AU to ensure that peace negotiations are sustained.Speaking on behalf of the AU Chair, Nigerian Ambassador Alhadji Aminu Wali reiterated the Union’s call on the parties to comply with the request to disarm the Janjaweed militia in Darfur and ensure that civilians were no longer attacked and that those who attack them were prosecuted.President Yoweri Museveni of Uganda, IGAD Chair, said dealing with southern Sudan is part of dealing with Darfur, and also noted that Somalia, another African country torn asunder by conflict, now had a transitional government and this should be backed by everyone. He proposed that African troops with outside financial and logistical resources were required. – Opening session [03 mins]- President Kibaki [09 mins]- Part I [48 mins] – Part II [38 mins] Video: read more

  • Newfoundland shipper challenges federal ferry subsidies Thats not fair

    ST. JOHN’S, N.L. – A marine shipping dispute is challenging the country’s constitutional obligation to its youngest province, as a newly released report finds federal subsidies for Marine Atlantic ferries are pricing private carriers out of the market.Marine Atlantic, a Crown corporation operating ferries between Newfoundland and Nova Scotia, uses federal tax dollars to provide shipping at less than half its true cost, according to a Transport Canada report prepared by CPCS Transcom.The subsidies create a “market distortion and entry barrier” for private-sector players, the report said, noting that Marine Atlantic would have to double its prices or cut its operating costs in half to level the playing field.“In dollar terms the government of Canada provides live loads (driver-accompanied trucks) and drop trailers travelling on the Port Aux Basques routes with a subsidy of roughly $800 per direction,” the CPCS report said.The report was obtained by Oceanex Inc., a private marine shipper which is fighting Marine Atlantic in court, through an Access to Information request.“We’re not looking for a special deal. We just want a level playing field,” Oceanex executive chairman Capt. Sid Hynes said in an interview. “They’ve got a lot of money to play with and we’re saying that’s not fair.”When Newfoundland joined Confederation in 1949, Ottawa promised a freight and passenger service between Port Aux Basques, N.L., and North Sydney, N.S.The CPCS report said the obligation is to provide a service that is priced “fairly and reasonably,” but Marine Atlantic rates are some of the lowest among Canadian operators.While Ottawa has an obligation to ensure affordable freight and ferry service, Hynes said the terms of union under the Newfoundland Act doesn’t say the service must be heavily discounted.Marine Atlantic has roughly 55 per cent of Newfoundland’s surface freight transportation market share, while Oceanex, which provides intermodal freight transportation between Newfoundland and terminals in Halifax and Montreal, has about 45 per cent, according to the report.The Crown corporation “doesn’t even cover 50 per cent of its full economic costs with its current pricing” an internal Oceanex briefing summary said.“With the aid of the subsidy, (Marine Atlantic) is pricing Oceanex out of the market, threatening Oceanex’s operational sustainability and affecting the livelihood of our close to 1,000 employees throughout Eastern Canada,” the briefing said.Marine Atlantic’s 2015-2016 annual report said the federal Crown Corporation “receives a significant annual subsidy” that totalled $337.9 million that year, three-quarters of its $444.9 million in spending.Darrell Mercer of Marine Atlantic noted in an email Tuesday that much of the federal spending that year — about $235 million — was a one-time capital investment, including $212 million for the purchase of two ferries. Its operating subsidy in 2015-16 was about $102 million, with cost recovery of 65.8 percent, he said.“Marine Atlantic … does not agree with many of the conclusions and characterizations contained in this report,” Mercer said in an email. “Marine Atlantic asserts that its rates have been established appropriately and is vigorously contesting the Oceanex court challenge (and Oceanex’s attempt to cause those rates to be significantly increased).”In addition to sizable capital and operating subsidies, the Oceanex briefing noted that Marine Atlantic also receives aid in the form of waived taxes, wharfage fees, and harbour duties.Oceanex has filed an application for judicial review of Marine Atlantic’s rates for commercial freight services. A judge is expected to hear the case on Oct. 23 in St. John’s, N.L.— By Brett Bundale in Halifax The new Marine Atlantic ferry, Blue Puttees, at dock in St. John’s on Friday, Feb. 11, 2011. A marine shipping dispute is challenging the country’s constitutional obligation to its youngest province, as a newly released report finds federal subsidies for Marine Atlantic ferries are pricing private carriers out of the market. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Paul Daly Newfoundland shipper challenges federal ferry subsidies: ‘That’s not fair’ by The Canadian Press Posted Jun 20, 2017 2:00 am MDT Last Updated Jun 20, 2017 at 1:40 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email read more

  • Forest Gate clashes Six police officers injured in London protest over mans

    first_imgPolice face off with protesters overnight One protester rode his motorbike up to the police line Credit:Lauren Hurley /PA  Borough Commander Superintendent Ian Larnder stood in the middle of a group of protesters trying to answer their questions and calm tensions.Campaigners claim that Mr Da Costa’s neck was broken and he suffered head and other injuries after he was stopped in a car, containing three people, by Met officers.The IPCC said a preliminary post-mortem, carried out on Thursday, indicated there were no spinal injuries caused by police. Police in riot gear in Forest Gate as fires burn amid a protest over the death of Edir Frederico Da CostaCredit:Lauren Hurley/PA Police officers help a person on Romford Road in Forest Gate, east London A woman stands at the police line in east LondonCredit:Lauren Hurley/PA Police officers help a person on Romford Road in Forest GateCredit:PA Riot police hold a person in Romford Road amid early-hours clashesCredit:Lauren Hurley/PA A flurry of angry comments such as “you are protecting them” and “you have told us what you can’t do, now tell us what you can do” were hurled at Mr Larnder as members of the crowd pressed him about alleged police brutality.More questions and disbelieving comments drowned him out as he told the largely black crowd: “I am here because l care deeply about what is going on.”He also said: “Police officers are all accountable to the law, they are being investigated.”I genuinely feel for you. I will ring the IPCC and ask them what are you doing.”When one of the campaigners asked if the officers involved in the incident were still working, he said: “I am pretty sure they have not been suspended but removed from operational duties.” Campaigners face off with police near in Forest Gate, north east London, as they protest over the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa They allege that Da Costa, known by friends as Edson, was “brutally beaten”. Police officers on Romford Road in Forest Gate, east London, as people protest over the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa The protest took place in east London Credit:Lauren Hurley /PA The crowd arrived at the station at around 8.15pm and a cordon of uniformed officers stood outside the building. At least a dozen officers wearing helmets stood shoulder-to-shoulder and two-person deep at the station entrance as tempers flared, with swearing and chanting from the campaigners.They held a calm minute’s silence at 8.40pm with each person holding a clenched fist in the air. It was broken with applause, revving of motorbikes and then booming music. Dozens of police wearing helmets and carrying shields pressed forward in a line from the police station at around 9.35pm. A person is carried away from the scene of the clashes with police in east London Forest Gate bin blaze Police face off with protesters overnightCredit:Lauren Hurley/PA A person is carried away from the scene of the clashes with police in east LondonCredit:Lauren Hurley/PA Family campaigners were insisting that the violence was not coming from them and it had been set up as a peaceful march.Protesters, some carrying Black Lives Matter posters and others with homemade placards which read “Justice for Edson + How Many More???”, stood in front of a line of uniformed officers at Stratford bus station, east London. Police officers on Romford Road in Forest Gate Protesters goad police in east LondonCredit:Lauren Hurley/PA The IPCC is investigating the 25-year-old’s deathCredit:Lauren Hurley /PA Edir Frederico Da Costa died six days after being stopped by policeCredit:Go Fund Me A woman stands at the police line in east London The protest began outside Forest Gate police station on Sunday before demonstrators moved on to the Stratford area, police said.The Independent Police Complaints Commission (IPCC) is investigating the treatment of the 25-year-old, who died on June 21, six days after he was stopped in a car by Metropolitan Police officers in Woodcocks, Beckton, in Newham, east London. Police officers in Forest Gate, north east London, as people protest over the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa Forest Gate Transport for London said that from just before 6pm there had been “a number of bus diversions at police request” due to the demonstration at Stratford.One protester rode his motorbike up to the police line and deliberately revved his engine in front of the officers. Another motorcyclist turned his bike towards the officers and span his wheels so that smoke blew towards them. Six police officers have been injured, with four taken to hospital, following a protest in London over the death of a man after a traffic stop.One male police sergeant suffered facial injuries and a female constable sustained head injuries as demonstrators threw “a number of objects” toward officers at the scene in Stratford, east London, Scotland Yard said.Four people have been arrested for offences including disorder, arson and criminal damage in connection with the demonstration.Bricks were ripped from a wall and thrown at police and a fire was set in a bin as campaigners took to the streets to demand “justice” for Edir Frederico Da Costa. Campaigners face off with police as they protest over the death of Edir Frederico Da Costa, One protester rode his motorbike up to the police line  The crowd later began marching to Forest Gate police station shouting “we want justice” and “justice for Edson” to the beat of a drum.  A bin on fire in Forest Gate, east LondonCredit:Lauren Hurley/PA Members of the crowd had been screaming “no justice, no peace, no racist police”. Police were still at the scene outside the station in large numbers at 10.50pm. Officers with dogs arrived at the scene at about 10.55pm. Bins were set alight near a McDonald’s in Romford Road, and a cordon of police, some with dogs, pressed demonstrators further down the street. Edir Frederico Da Costa Family members said they did not condone violenceCredit:Lauren Hurley /PA 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.last_img read more

  • WC qualifying matches all around Europe

    ← Previous Story Mirza Dzomba in Polish Vive Kielce! Next Story → Cedric Sorhaindo three years in Barcelona! At Saturday and Sunday will be playing first matches of Qualification for World Championships in Sweden 2011.Saturday June 12.:18.00 Germany – Greece18.00 Slovakia – Ukraine18.00 Serbia – Czech Republic19.10 Norway – Lithuania20.20 Austria – NetherlandsSunday June.13:18.00 Slovenia – Hungary18.00 Portugal – Spain19.00 Romania – Russia20.15 Denmark – SwitzerlandSweden as a host and France as a World champion are qualified directly. Also, Poland, Iceland and Croatia from Europe qualified after they reached semifinal at EURO 2010.

  • Alan Shatter The roof hasnt fallen in because of civil partnership

    first_imgSo as we head into 2015, there will be one issue and one issue only: Do you believe individuals should be allowed to enter same-sex marriages or should we discriminate against people because of their sexual orientation and deny that to them?He noted that the “roof hasn’t fallen in” since civil partnership was introduced, adding that replacing those unions with marriages will also not lead to the “roof falling in”.Bill by December 2014Commenting on this year’s legislation, Shatter said he wants the Oireachtas committee to complete their process of examining the Bill by Easter.The Equality Minister said he hopes the debate on the issues surrounding the proposed changes will be respectful and will “at no stage descend into an abusive narrative”.He said he presumes opposing TDs will not emerge from the undergrowth once the 150-page Bill is released. He also told TheJournal.ie that there is support and understanding among Fine Gael and Labour deputies for the legislation, noting that the developments it will bring were signposted in the Programme for Government.During a questions-and-answers session after his address, audience members thanked the Minister for his courage to bring forward the legislation and put queries to him about their own personal situations.Two young men asked about their rights to adopt a child together. Although the issue has to be covered separately -through that Department of Children – Shatter said they May issue a Cabinet statement of intent if the heads of Bill are not ready for publication at the same time.He noted that an individual can adopt a child, regardless of sexual orientation. However, the only couple recognised by adoption rules are married ones, therefore excluding LGBT couples and co-habiting couples.Asked about inheritance tax, Shatter noted that some of the changes coming from the legislation will have to be subsequently dealt with. For example, in this instance, amendments to the Finance Bill will be required.Speaking of the so-called, traditional nuclear family, the Fine Gael TD said there is no monopoly on family form. He claimed that the notion of that form came from US advertising and not Ireland’s own history.“One hundred years ago, children would routinely have been living in families that included parents, grandparents, aunts and uncles,” he explained. “Some would have been reared by grandparents or by aunts and uncles. Children were often sent to childless relatives to be reared when families had too many mouths to feed.  That children were often reared in non-traditional families is reflected in the popular culture of the past 150 years which abounds in stories of children growing up successfully in such families.So Anne of Green Gables flourished in late nineteenth-century Canada when rescued by the middle-aged siblings, Marilla and Matthew.  Similarly, in the Wizard of Oz, Dorothy’s endless quest was to get home, not to a nuclear family but rather to her Aunt Em.Shatter also revealed that the Wizard of Oz “scared the bejaysus out of him”.This is how Ireland intends to change ‘outdated’ laws on bringing up children… MINISTER ALAN SHATTER says he will publish the anticipated Child and Family Relationships Bill, new legislation that gives security and rights to all family forms, “very shortly”.He expects the laws – which will cover the legal status of children in civil partnerships, surrogacy arrangements and assisted human reproduction – to be enacted by the end of this year, ahead of a planned referendum on same-sex marriage in 2015.Although the imminent piece of legislation doesn’t deal with gay and lesbian marriage, Shatter believes it will clear the path for the Irish public to vote for it because there will be no “extraneous” elements to be debated.Speaking at an LGBT Parenting conference today, he said, ”There is a simple message about this referendum. This isn’t a complicated issue. It is about one very simple thing.“Which is whether people of same sex should be allowed celebrate a ceremony that’s called marriage as opposed to a ceremony called civil partnership. There is no other issue that will arise.“Because much of the issues that do arise have been addressed in the 2010 Act. Any of the other issues in the Children and Family Relationships Bill will be addressed by the end of this year. And they have to be addressed regardless of whether same-sex marriage is introduced.last_img read more

  • Missed opportunity as Ireland have to settle for draw with French

    first_imgIRELAND LET A 13-3 lead slip to draw 13-13 with France at Lansdowne Road this evening.Declan Kidney’s men looked comfortable for an hour – a Jamie Heaslip try and eight points from Paddy Jackson giving them a deserved lead – but a late try by Louis Picamoles converted by a largely misfiring Frederic Michalak drew France level.It was the second successive draw between the two sides but extended France’s winless streak over the past two Six Nations to seven and leaves them needing to beat Scotland at home next Saturday to have any chance of avoiding the wooden spoon.The draw will ease some of the pressure on Ireland coach Declan Kidney.The Irish made the early running in terrible weather conditions and were rewarded after a superb tactical kick deep into the French 22 by Brian O’Driscoll set up a lineout.Peter O’Mahony won the ball and from the resulting driving maul Heaslip squeezed over the line to score his eighth international try – Jackson belied concerns over his placekicking, after a disastrous performance against Scotland, by landing a superb conversion.France were presented with a golden opportunity to reduce the deficit in the 16th minute but Michalak, whose selection had raised eyebrows after three poor performances, missed his penalty from close range.Ireland were very much in control but Jackson missed a chance to make it 10-0 in the 23rd minute as his penalty from long range drifted wide.Michalak made no mistake with his second chance in the 27th minute as he slotted over a penalty to make it 7-3.However, the Irish scrum were forcing the French into infringement after infringement and Jackson, assuming responsibility when the Irish could have kicked for the corner, opted for a kick at goal from long range in the 30th minute and coverted it to restore the seven point advantage.The 21-year-old, playing in only his second test, was showing little fear and he punished the French again three minutes later as he stroked a penalty over from about 45 metres for 13-3 which even had injured first choice fly-half Jonathan Sexton grinning and applauding from the stands.Michalak’s woeful first-half finished on a suitably low note as given the chance to give France a filip on the stroke of half-time he sent another kickable penalty wide to leave the Irish sitting comfortably enough at the break.Jackson had an early chance in the second-half to extend the lead but his effort fell just short.The Irish were still controlling the game but prop Mike Ross conceded a penalty in the 54th minute and Morgan Parra stepped up, replacing the misfiring Michalak, and converted it for 13-6.Parra, though, proved he too was fallible, missing a tough penalty attempt just before the hour mark as the French started to pressure the hosts into a series of errors.The visitors pressed forward despeate to redress the balance but saw a chance go begging as with extra men wide out to the right they failed to push home the advantage and the Irish defence held firm.However, eventually the French breached the line as Picamoles took advantage of Ireland dithering after a penalty was awarded and tapping it quickly he touched it down for his fifth try for his country – Michalak stepped up to the task and converted for 13-13.- © AFP, 20136 Nations: Halfpenny boot shines through messy Welsh winChampions: Italy loss seals 6 Nations crown for Ireland womenlast_img read more

  • The Ultimate Super Smash Bros Character Guide Shulk

    first_img Shulk Foresees A Fight!Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is huge. Not just in terms of hype and importance and sales potential, but just in terms of sheer stuff. The Nintendo Switch mascot fighter features over a hundred stages, nearly a thousand songs, and too many Pokemon and items and Assist Trophies to think of crammed onto a cartridge you can plan on the go or on a TV. When you have as many big franchises as Nintendo, putting them all in one game will make that game is very big boy indeed.But the biggest, most exciting thing about Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is its mind-blowing, heartwarming roster of playable characters. Fighting games pride themselves not just on the strength of their mechanics but the strength of its fighters, especially in a crossover fighters like this. And Super Smash Bros. Ultimate crushes all rivals by including every single playable character from the across the four previous games in the twenty-year-old series. Include the new combatants and so far we have over 70 fighters to wrap our heads around. We’re excited, but we’re also intimidated. So to get ready for Super Smash Bros. Ultimate, every day, character by character, we’re creating the ultimate guide to all of its characters. Today’s fighter: Shulk. Who Are They?Shulk is the European-sounding, soccer player-looking, sometimes no shirt-having star of Xenoblade Chronicles, a game that was never even going to come to America before fans demanded its localization. The acclaimed Wii (and eventually New 3DS) RPG starts off with humans and machines fighting each other on the tops of two interlocked giant humanoid planets they both live on, and only gets stranger from there. But like any good JRPG hero Shulk keeps everything grounded with his young everyman charm.Smash HistoryBefore Smash Wii U/3DS released an alleged leak from the ESRB revealed some unannounced newcomers, including Shulk. Split on whether or not it was real, some even speculated the image was actually altered from Little Mac. But when Shulk officially joined the battle we learned this leak was in fact legitimate. And this was one of the bigger modern Nintendo leaks, at least until all of Ultimate got pirated weeks in advance.What Looks New in Ultimate?Shulk has one of the most fascinating and very RPG-inspired battle mechanics in a fighting game. He can use his sword, the Monado, to shift between different arts altering his stats like speed, jumping, defense, and knockback or combo power. With his strengths and weakness ever-shifting, this makes it tough for enemies to form a consistent strategy against him. In Smash Wii U/3DS some of Shulk’s fundamental properties held him back and kept players from putting in the mental energy to take advantage of Monado Arts. However, he’s much stronger in Ultimate, and will only become stronger as players take his abilities to their full potential. Timing and positioning also matter with specials like Vision counters and Back Slash doing more damage to opponents not facing you.Our Hopes?Shulk is the only Xenoblade character we really need in Ultimate. Sorry, Rex and Pyra. It is weird though how Metal Face is only in the Gaur Plain stage and not elsewhere in World of Light. But going back to Shulk, it’s awesome how creative and unpredictable players can be now that his Monado Arts are worth taking seriously. It’s not like they are totally broken either because each art has bigger weaknesses to offset bigger strengths and in general last shorter while taking longer to charge. So, uh, maybe Shulk is perfect now?Super Smash Bros. Ultimate is available now. Read our review of this majestic video game pageant. And for more check out cool Switch games to play that aren’t Smash Bros., because those definitely exist.View as: One Page Slides1/761. Read Mario’s Guide2. Read Donkey Kong’s Guide3. Read Link’s Guide4. Read Samus’s Guide5. 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    first_imgA mobile classroom owned by the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee sits outside a hangar at Pearson Field last week. The group organizes job-training programs throughout Washington, and is in negotiations to do the same in the Vancouver area. A long, shiny semi trailer was parked at Pearson Field last week. Big letters on its side announced it to be an “Advanced Inspection and Manufacturing Mobile Training Unit.”That’s a long way of saying classroom on wheels.The inside of the trailer is stuffed with computers, test equipment and sophisticated measuring instruments, all of it geared toward use in machining.But this was more than a one-day visit of a fancy training tool — it marked the upcoming arrival of new job training programs in Clark County.The mobile training unit belongs to a nonprofit called the Aerospace Joint Apprenticeship Committee. The group organizes job-training programs ranging from eight hours to four years in many metropolitan areas in Washington, and is now in negotiations to do the same in the Vancouver area.The committee was formed in 2008, when employers were “in panic mode” about finding enough trained workers, said Laura Hopkins, AJAC’s executive director. It is a nonprofit, but is funded almost entirely by the state through annual contracts. This gives AJAC more flexibility than if it were an outright public agency, yet keeps it accountable, Hopkins said.The nonprofit’s mission is to “capture the skills of the best tradespeople in the state and pass them on to the next generation,” she said.last_img read more

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    first_imgNo related posts. NEW YORK – U.S. police announced on Wednesday the arrests of three more suspects as part of the investigation into a bomb attack at the Boston marathon that left three dead and more than 260 wounded.“Three additional suspects were taken into custody in the [Boston] marathon bombing case. Details to follow,” the Boston Police Department said on Twitter, later adding: “Please be advised there is no threat to the public.”One of two ethnic Chechens, 19-year-old Dzhokhar Tsarnaev, is already in custody and has been charged with carrying out the bombing.His brother, 26-year-old Tamerlan Tsarnaev, was killed on April 18 during the manhunt for the pair.The brothers are alleged to have detonated backpacks holding pressure cookers packed with explosives near the finish line of the April 15 race. They are also accused of killing a police officer during their time on the run.Police did not immediately offer more details of the arrests, but the Boston Globe newspaper reported that the new suspects were college students who are alleged to have helped Dzhokhar after the attack.Television network NBC reported the new suspects are accused of helping their fellow student gather his belongings from his campus accommodation and may have attempted to mislead authorities.U.S. authorities are investigating a recent period Tamerlan spent in the volatile North Caucasus region of Russia and intelligence reports that he had developed an increasingly radical view of his Islamic faith.But investigators have not suggested the pair were part of a larger group.U.S. lawmakers have said the pair’s mother, Zubeidat Tsarnaev, is suspected of playing a role in radicalizing them. She is currently in the Dagestan region of Russia and denies that her sons had any role in the bombing.Police also searched the home of Tamerlan Tsarnaev’s widow, 24-year-old Katherine Russell, after female DNA was found on debris from the pressure cookers.U.S. President Barack Obama has defended the counter-terror work of the FBI, after it was revealed that Russian authorities had warned the U.S. agency as early as 2011 that Tamerlan Tsarnaev had suspected extremist ties. Facebook Commentslast_img read more

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    first_imgSource = e-Travel Blackboard: N.J A Qantas A380 aircraft has been taken out of service for up to a week to allow engineers to mend 36 hairline cracks in its wings.Found during routine inspections after hitting severe turbulence over India on a flight between London and Singapore early last month, the carrier has stressed that the cracks are no more than two centimetres long, The Sydney Morning Herald reported.  Qantas told media that although they were found after turbulence, the cracks located in the wing-rib feet of the aircraft were due to a manufacturing issue at Airbus.”This type of cracking is different from the ‘type two’ cracking found on certain A380s in the global fleet, which is now the subject of a European airworthiness directive,” a spokesperson said. ”To date, type-two cracking has not been found on Qantas aircraft.”Despite reports of cracks making headlines over the past month, Airbus said the A380s are still safe and they are currently working on a two-step fix for the cracked wings. Qantas takeofflast_img read more

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