PICTOU COUNTY: Woodburn Road Woodburn Road, from Trunk 4 at Pine Tree to Route 289, Little Harbour Road, will be reduced one lane until Friday, Dec. 8, for patching and repaving. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Wyse Road Bridge Wyse Road Bridge in Middle Musquodoboit will be closed to truck traffic while the bridge is being repaired. Trucks will detour via Route 356 and Route 213 until further notice. Traffic control consists of signs. Local Area Office: 902-860-5614 Fax: 902-860-5616 -30- COLCHESTER COUNTY: Harold Higgins Bridge The Harold Higgins Bridge on the Higgins Mill Road will be closed for repairs until Friday, Dec. 8, for repairs. Traffic control will consist of signage. Traveling public are advised to find an alternate route. PICTOU COUNTY: Big Gut Bridge Big Gut Bridge, on Route 348 near Pictou Landing, is opened to motorists. A temporary bridge will accommodate one-lane traffic and will be controlled by traffic signals. The bridge has a width restriction of 4.2 metres. Motorists should proceed with caution. Local Area Office: 902-794-5120 Fax: 902-794-5141 CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Trunk 4 There will be lane closings on Trunk 4 between Victoria Junction and Gardiner Road to allow repaving. Work will take place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. until Friday, Dec. 8. This is a four-lane section, so one lane will always be open in each direction. Drivers should reduce speed and drive with extra caution in the construction zone. Local Area Office: 902-863-3420 Fax: 902-863-7365 Local Area Office: 902-755-7060 Fax: 902-755-7049 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Robie Street Robie Street, Truro, will be reduced to two lanes for paving and construction of curbs and sidewalks until Friday, Dec. 8. Traffic control consists of traffic control persons. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 6 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-863-0364 Fax: 902-863-7482 Local Area Office: 902-424-4409 Fax: 902-424-0568 PICTOU COUNTY: Thorburn Road Overpass The Thorburn Road overpass at Exit 26 on Highway 104 will occasionally have a reduced speed limit because of shoulder work until Friday, Dec. 15. Drivers are asked to reduce speed and watch for construction equipment and personnel when passing through the area. The Department of Transportation and Public Works is requesting that motorists using Route 347 use an alternate route. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 8 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-752-7907 902-752-7908 Local Area Office: 902-893-5797 Fax: 902-896-2259 GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Molasses Harbour Bridge Molasses Harbour Bridge on Route 316 in Port Felix is reduced to one lane via a detour bridge until Friday, Dec. 8. Traffic will be controlled by temporary traffic signals or traffic control persons. Local Area Office: 902-893-5797 Fax: 902-896-2259 HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Lawrencetown River Bridge Lawrencetown River Bridge on Highway 207, near Lawrencetown Beach, will be closed for replacement until Thursday, May 31, 2007. A one lane bridge will be installed with traffic lights until construction is complete. Local Area Office: 902-827-5388 Fax: 902-827-5190 CONTINUING WORK COLCHESTER COUNTY: Lilyvale Bridge Lilyvale Bridge on Lilyvale Road is closed for repairs until further notice. Traffic control consists of signs. Detours are available on Camden Road and Riversdale Road. Local Area Office: 902-755-7146 Fax: 902-755-7049 Local Area Office: 902-893-5780 Fax: 902-893-8175 COLCHESTER COUNTY: Route 236 Route 236, from the 102 overpass at Robie Street to Old Mill Road, will be reduced to one lane until Friday, Dec. 8, so workers can install culverts and pave. Traffic control consists of traffic control persons. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-863-0364 Fax: 902-863-7482 KINGS COUNTY: West Brooklyn Road West Brooklyn Road over Highway 101 will be closed until Saturday, March 31, 2007. This is to allow for the removal and replacement of the existing overpass. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. PICTOU COUNTY: West River East Side Road The West River East Side Road near Salt Springs is reduced to one lane for repairs until further notice. Traffic control consists of traffic signals. Local Area Office: 902-542-6344 Area: 902-542-6342 KINGS COUNTY: Old Baxters Mill Bridge Weight Restrictions The Old Baxters Mill Bridge near Baxters Harbour is open to one lane of traffic. Vehicles weighing more than 5,000 kilograms are restricted from using the bridge. PICTOU COUNTY: Durham Bridge Durham Bridge, located on Green Hill Road and Route 376, will be closed for replacement until Friday, Dec. 15. Motorists are advised to follow detour signs. Local Area Office: 902-752-6224 Fax: 902-755-7184 ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Highway 104 Highway 104 in Heatherton will be reduced to one lane until Friday, Dec. 8, for concrete repairs. Traffic control will consists of traffic lights. PICTOU COUNTY: West Branch Road West Branch Road will be reduced to one line until Friday, Dec. 8, for culvert replacement. Traffic control will consists of a pilot vehicle and traffic control persons. Local Area Office: 902-625-4200 Fax: 902-625-1946 Local Area Office: 902-893-5797 Fax: 902-896-2259 Local Area Office: 902-752-6224 Fax: 902-755-7184 Local Area Office: 902-752-6224 Fax: 902-755-7184 Local Area Office: 902-679-4308 Fax: 902-679-6124 RICHMOND COUNTY: Black River Bridge Black River Bridge in Dundee will be reduced to one lane until Monday, Dec. 25, for repairs. Traffic control consists of traffic signals 24 hours per day. HALIFAX REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Scott’s Branch Bridge Scott’s Branch Bridge on Route 333 will have a lane narrowed to 3.3 metres until Friday, Dec. 8, for bridge repairs and deck and guardrail replacement. Traffic control consists of a lighting system. Work takes place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Ohio Cross Iron Bridge The Ohio Cross Iron Bridge on the Ohio West Road over the Ohio River is closed for replacement until Friday, Dec. 15. A detour is available on Ohio Cross Road.
A sharp, unnerving hiss seeps from a broad upper gallery at the Royal Ontario Museum, penetrating enough that it hits your ears before your eyes can fall on its source. It’s coming from a three-screen video installation by Michèle Pearson Clarke, and if it grates on the decorous solitude of your museum-going experience, mission accomplished: On screen, a revolving cast of Black Canadians suck their teeth — a culturally shared gesture of disdain among Africans and their broad-ranging diaspora alike — frown disapprovingly, shake their heads and roll their eyes, as if to say: Enough, already.And they’d be right. For much of our 150-ish years as a country, we’ve clung tightly to a national mythology of abiding niceness. Awful things like slavery, genocide and racism happen somewhere else, we’ve often told ourselves, and among that litany of colonial ills, we’ve been a uniquely gracious nation of tolerance and inclusion.But in the remarkable reckoning that gathered momentum leading up to the sesquicentennial last year, bloomed in full colour throughout and is now doing its best to dig roots so as not to become a one-off, there’s only one response to that common tale: As if. Clarke’s piece is the ROM’s emblem of just that, as it joins that growing chorus with Here We Are Here: Black Canadian Contemporary Art, which opened Saturday. LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisement Facebook Advertisement Login/Register With: Advertisement Twitter
Rabat – The Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art (MMVI) in Rabat will open its door to more than 50 masterpieces from some of the greatest names in art history in 2019, featuring Pierre-Auguste Renoir, Claude Monet, Edouard Manet, Paul Cezanne, and Van Gogh.President of the National Museums Foundation Mehdi Qotbi and the President of Orsay Museum, Laurence des Cars, signed an agreement on Wednesday, April 4, in Paris, regarding the holding pieces that will be exposed at the Mohammed VI Museum of Modern and Contemporary Art in 2019.Orsay’s museum paintings “have never crossed the Mediterranean border so far,” said Qotbi proudly, in a statement to the Moroccan press agency MAP. “We owe this cultural flourishing in our country to His Majesty the King, who loves art and encourages artists and creativity, including the launch of large-scale cultural projects,” added the artist.As for the president of Orsay Museum, she is thrilled to be a part of “this beautiful collaboration” between the two museums, which is the first of its kind between Moroccan and African museums. Orsay Museum has the largest collection of Impressionist and Post-Impressionist paintings in the world, nearly 1100 paintings in total.These exhibitions aim to establish MMVI’s standing in the world of modern and contemporary art museums, as well as develop cultural programming in Morocco.
EDMONTON — Suncor Energy (TSX:SU) has applied to the Alberta Energy Regulator for approval of its Meadow Creek West project.According to the AER, the project would recover 6,359 cubic metres per day (40 000 barrels per day) from the McMurray Formation using steam-assisted gravity drainage technology.The project would include a central processing facility with associated facilities, cogeneration facilities, thermal injection wells, production wells, water source wells, disposal wells, well pads, stormwater ponds and associated infrastructure.Construction would start as early as 2022.The project would be located in northeast Alberta about 30 kilometres south of Fort McMurray.Suncor’s proposed 80,000-bpd Meadow Creek East project south of Fort McMurray received regulatory approval in March.The Canadian Press
There were no casualties reported from the incident. (Colombo Gazette) A fire broke out at the official residence of the Iranian Ambassador in Colombo today, the Fire Brigade said.The Fire Brigade said that fire trucks were deployed to extinguish the fire.
The central bank will continue raising rates once Canada gets past the soft patch and the economy builds new momentum, he said. A stronger economy has encouraged Poloz to raise the rate target five times since mid-2017 to keep inflation from eventually running too hot.But in recent months, the number of Canadians who have run into financial trouble has edged up. Insolvencies have seen a slight increase after spending nearly a decade at very low levels. Following a long period of cheap borrowing, Canadians have amassed record piles of debt.“On bankruptcy statistics, I understand that they have picked up,” Poloz said when asked about the recent figures. “My understanding of the data points is that they’re picked up from an extraordinarily low level. So, there is, in any point in time, always a certain number of unfortunate folks who may lose their job or what have you and go through this process.“And it wouldn’t be surprising to see things pick up a little bit when interest rates have risen.”Poloz added the bank has deliberately been very careful and very gradual in its hiking, while reminding people the low-rate era wouldn’t last.The Bank of Canada has said it will likely keep pushing its trend-setting rate higher until it hits the so-called “neutral” level between 2.5 and 3.5 per cent. That would mean between three and seven more quarter-point hikes.Earlier in the week, the latest federal figures showed that consumer insolvencies filed under the Bankruptcy and Insolvency Act rose 5.1 per cent in November compared to 12 months earlier.Oil-producing provinces saw some of the biggest increases — they’re the parts of the country hit hardest by the low price of the commodity. Alberta led the way with 20.9 per cent more insolvencies compared to a year earlier.Insolvency numbers are made up of both bankruptcies and “proposals,” which the law describes as offers to creditors to settle debts under conditions other than existing terms.In the 12 months leading up to November, Canada saw a 12.1-per-cent increase in the number of proposals and a 3.6-per-cent decrease in bankruptcies.“We’ve started to see a trend that’s going up and that, coupled with high debt ratios, obviously are putting a strain on household spending,” said BMO economic analyst Priscilla Thiagamoorthy.Benjamin Tal, CIBC Capital Markets’ deputy chief economist, said a very modest increase in insolvencies started in early 2018.“If you ask me what’s the direction for the next year? Clearly, it’s up,” Tal said. “But it’s not going to be a terrible-type situation. It will be kind of just an adjustment to higher interest rates.”After climbing during the 2008-09 recession, insolvency numbers slid back down and have stayed low for nearly a decade.Tal said a bigger concern is that higher borrowing costs could force people to spend more money on financing their debt rather than on consumption. A drop in consumption can affect the economy as a whole and eventually lead to lost jobs, he added.Unemployment is always the No. 1 reason for delinquencies, he said.Tal said he used to produce a regular bankruptcy report after the recession, but he eventually stopped because the numbers were flat for many years.“There was nothing to write about — it was boring,” he said. “Maybe now I have to renew it.” OTTAWA — Bankruptcies are up in Canada, the head of the Bank of Canada said this week, and he expects they’ll rise even more as the central bank continues to hike interest rates.Governor Stephen Poloz said he hears just how difficult higher borrowing costs can be straight from the people feeling the pain.“We’re acutely aware that our decisions affect everybody — they affect the financial well-being of everybody and many Canadians are carrying a high debtload,” Poloz told reporters Wednesday after holding the bank’s key interest rate at 1.75 per cent. “I don’t have to work hard to remind myself of that. I get daily correspondence from people explaining to me what their situation is.” More people are going broke in Canada as interest rates rise Policy decisions, interest rates slowed the real estate market, and they’re needed for a rebound Bank of Canada holds interest rate as oil slump dims economy’s outlook According to the bank, Poloz personally responds to emails and letters addressed to him from the public. Last year, for instance, about 200 people reached out to him directly. The most common themes of the messages are the state of the Canadian economy, inflation and interest rates, a bank spokeswoman said. If they aren’t abusive and they include return addresses, he answers them.Poloz’s decision to leave rates unchanged this week is likely just a pause on the bank’s rate-hiking path as the country deals with what he described as a temporary economic setback from a sharp decline in oil prices.Bank of Canada governor Stephen Poloz says the bank has deliberately been very careful and very gradual in its hiking of interest rates, while reminding people the low-rate era wouldnât last. Sean Kilpatrick/The Canadian Press
Police would like to speak to the driver of a pickup truck that struck and knocked an elderly woman to the ground in downtown Simcoe this week.The incident occurred on Norfolk Street South around 10:30 a.m. Wednesday.Police report the driver of the pickup stopped and helped the woman to her feet. However, after doing so, he left the scene.Norfolk OPP report the driver of the pickup was towing a wooden trailer. The pedestrian suffered minor injuries and was treated at Norfolk General Hospital.Anyone with information related to this incident is asked to call the Norfolk OPP at 1-888-310-1122.“The OPP would like the motoring public to be aware of their surroundings at all times when they get behind the wheel of any vehicle,” Insp. Joe Varga, head of the Norfolk OPP, said in a news release. “Pedestrians are also urged to put their safety as a priority and to be cautious when crossing any street or parking lots.”
Brock University was saddened to learn of the death of Babak Farzad, Associate Professor in the Department of Mathematics.Farzad died Dec. 27 following a battle with cancer. He was 41.The Iranian scientist began his career at Brock University in 2007 as an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics. Farzad was granted tenure as an associate professor in 2011, which was followed by his appointment as Director of Brock’s Mathematics graduate program in 2016.“Babak was truly a good colleague and a wonderful person. He made the department a better place from every point of view,” said Stephen Anco, Department Chair, Mathematics. “I knew him to be a colleague who would always provide a thoughtful opinion and sound advice, and who would always act with fairness and grace. I will miss his presence in the department very much.”Ejaz Ahmed, Dean of the Faculty of Math and Science, was also saddened to learn of Farzad’s passing.“He was an accomplished individual who was well-respected by his peers,” Ahmed said. “His unique background of computer science and mathematics made him a true asset to our Faculty.”Ahmed said Farzad will be “missed by many in the Brock community.”“My condolences go out to his family and friends during this tough time.”Farzad earned a bachelor’s degree in computer software engineering in 1999 from Sharif University of Technology in Tehran, Iran, and completed his PhD in computer science at the University of Toronto in 2004. He was also a post-doctoral fellow at McGill University from 2005 to 2007. During recent years at Brock, Farzad spent time spearheading a joint PhD program for Mathematics, Statistics and Computer Science.NOTE: A memorial for Farzad will be held Sunday, Feb. 24 from 11 a.m. to 1 p.m. in the Music Room (2006) at Harthouse, University of Toronto. If you have photos, texts or anything else you would like to share or display during the memorial please send them to email@example.com
HARTING says it has extended the Han® Ex intrinsically safe connector family with a number of new standard inserts and housings that offer users greater flexibility by providing additional contact numbers. The Han Ex range, which is deployed chiefly in the mining, chemistry and process automation industries, is designed to conform with the preconditions for the ignition protection intrinsic safety category, and can also be applied in the explosion endangered zones 1 and 2.In intrinsically safe electrical circuits the power is limited so that, even if a spark occurs, it cannot ignite potentially explosive surroundings. The product portfolio offers new standard inserts and housings in the well-established HARTING sizes of 6 to 24B, and includes contact inserts offering a large number of contacts in a compact space. Up to 64 connections are possible in combination with a 24B housing. Crimp, screw and cage clamp connection technologies are all available. The housings offer cable outlets of M20 to M40, while a robust and reliable metal bracket serves as a locking system.The housing alloy has been selected to enable applications in methane/coal-dust atmospheres. In addition, the connectors comply with the IP protection class 65 in the plugged state. The blue colouring of the housing is the standard indication for intrinsically safe electrical circuits.
← Previous Story Serbian Federation gives 200.000 EURO to silver “Eagles” Next Story → BM Atletico Madrid without Luc Abalo for two weeks! Belarus handballBrest Meshkov handballDinamo Minsk handballVladimir Bozic goalkeeper Next Saturday is the crucial day for the Championship race in Belarus. In the big, but also only derby match in this country of Eastern Europe, Dinamo Minsk will play against Brest Meshkov:– League is quite bad. There is only two serious team, Dinamo Minsk and we. There is no quality matches, we are waiting only for derby matches against Minsk, other you get easily with 20 goals. We are fighting with Dinamo for Championship title. They beat us on our court 23:22, but next Saturday, we have a chance for revenge. Minsk has “longer bench”, more quality. Martinovic and Evdokimov signed for Dinamo, so that is one plus more for our opponent, but we will fight until the End. Owner of the team wants Championship title for celebration of 10 years of Brest Meshkov – said Croaitan goalkeeper, Vladimir Bozic for Balkan-Handball.com.
Neuropsychologist Matthew Staios warns that current dementia assessment tests used in Australia can lead to misdiagnoses and subsequently have a negative impact on treatment outcomes. The issue lies in the cultural and educational differences between elderly patients from a migrant background and Anglo-Australian citizens.Taking into consideration that Greek is one of the most common languages and is spoken by more than 250,000 Greek Australian migrants in Melbourne alone (Australian Bureau of Statistics, 2011), Dr Staios aims to assist clinicians with identifying disorders known to impair cognitive functioning (dementia, stoke, psychiatric illness, etc.), and provide interventions specifically tailored to the ageing Greek Australian community.“I’m essentially bringing a whole series of tests from Greece and conducting a big study using 200 healthy people and 30 with dementia so we can see what the cut-offs are here. Then we will amend those tests to fit the Greek Australian diaspora standards,” he tells Neos Kosmos.“Most tests have been developed in America, some in Australia, so they’re not culturally appropriate. Even I struggled with some of the questions while learning how to conduct those tests. We need to look at a bunch of variables, dissected by level of education, known cultural background, socioeconomic status and also the quality of education.”The large majority of psychological tests have been conceived and standardised within the matrix of the western English-speaking world (i.e. Australia, USA, UK), often using highly-educated individuals, thus limiting their applicability across migrant groups. As the availability of tests and norms developed for migrants does not exist, western tests and normative data are utilised during the assessment of cognitive functioning, oftentimes seeing people falling below the cut-off, since their lack of full knowledge in terms of language affects the diagnosis up to three times.“We need to keep in mind that Greek migrants − many of whom haven’t been to their home country in over 40 years − are seeing a significant deterioration in their Greek as they use, for lack of better term, ‘Greeklish’, a mix of Greek and English words swiped together to identify things.“People might make a phasic error, having the word at the tip of their tongue, yet a lot of things are lost in translation, especially if you’re not having someone providing that care from a cultural perspective. It doesn’t mean they have dementia, it might mean their level of knowledge is limited.”Meanwhile, while there are general intellectual skills that are expected to deteriorate throughout the process of dementia, what Dr Staios has noticed in his field of work is that current tests are comparing people who have had eight to 12 years of education to migrants who don’t know the questions that they are being asked and who probably had a little, if any, education.The quality of the education also counts in determining the diagnosis. Women in particular are at higher risk of receiving a misdiagnosis, as it wasn’t the norm for them to complete primary school.“Current tests take into account that people have had a certain level of education and the result gives us an idea of their primal functioning – prior to the occurrence of dementia. Was the education received in a village or in a city school? What year? Did the basic schooling last for three, six, nine or 12 years?”After this project is completed, it is hoped that clinics will be established to offer culturally appropriate assessments of suspected cognitive impairment.These should be able to provide both cognitive interventions and behavioural support strategies to those individuals suffering from a progressive neurological condition, extending psychological support strategies to significant others caring for loved ones with diagnosis of dementia.“The idea of, let’s say, my parents turning up to a hospital and being unable to explain what’s happening to them concerns me,” he emphasises.“There’s a lack of understanding and qualified healthcare interpreters are hard to access. Sometimes interpreters over interpret, which inflates the test scores, and others they downplay the symptoms described to them, giving the doctor the facts they believe the patient meant to convey. I’ve seen this happen.”“From a Greek Australian perspective I find this frustrating, and I can’t help but feel there is a certain level of discrimination,” Dr Staios adds.Although Australia is recognised as one of the most ethnically-diverse countries in the world, the Australian healthcare system continues to present many challenging obstacles for migrants, including a lack of accessible information, monolingual staff, restricted access to interpreters, culturally irrelevant treatment options, and a poor understanding of cross-cultural issues.“I’ve spoken to several politicians about this set up, and the main reason why I’m doing this is to give back to the community. Even though we’re promoting this multicultural nation image, Melbourne isn’t actually doing anything to address the persisting inequalities in many services, particularly healthcare. People are quick to comment on how much Greeks and migrants in general have contributed to the Australian society and how well they’ve assimilated, but they still don’t have access to high-quality health services.”For Dr Staios, the level of relief which comes with the knowledge that a health professional is able to understand the patient’s culture is pivotal to the realisation of his project.“People feel safe when they know you’re their own person and you can understand them and their nuances, even their frustrating behaviours sometimes.“Once the tests are completed for Australia we plan to launch the project in the UK, America and South Africa to ensure that all Greek diasporans get an efficient diagnosis and high-quality treatment.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
A federal spending bill with an amendment aimed at preventing tolling on Interstate 5 and Interstate 205 has passed the U.S. House and is moving on to the U.S. Senate. The amendment was proposed by Rep. Jaime Herrera Beutler, R-Battle Ground, earlier this month.The amendment specifies that “none of the funds made available by this act may be used to enter into an agreement for the establishment or collection of tolls on Interstate Route 5 or Interstate Route 205 in the State of Oregon or Washington.”Herrera Beutler also sent a letter to Gov. Jay Inslee last week signed by nine fellow Republican lawmakers asking the Governor to speak out against Oregon’s tentative plan to toll those freeways.The governor has yet to take a public position on the issue and did not return requests seeking comment.“I work for residents of Southwest Washington; their economic well-being, health and security are foremost in my mind when we are debating how to best allocate their tax dollars,” Herrera Beutler said in a press release. “I’m pleased this spending plan defends Washington commuters from paying Oregon a senseless toll that won’t improve our shared infrastructure needs and hope Senators Murray and Cantwell will join me in this effort.”Murray and Cantwell were both noncommittal when discussing the provision earlier this month.Oregon’s plan is also noncommittal. The $5.3 billion transportation bill directs the state transportation commission to consider tolls on I-5 and I-205 between the state line and Tualatin, Ore.
Arsenal boss Unai Emery reckons it will be a difficult proposition to impose themselves on Manchester City when they trade tackles on Sunday.Teams like Leicester City, Crystal Palace and Newcastle have all adopted a defensive style and counter-attacking tactics to defeat Man City this season.But Emery concedes. Arsenal may struggle to take a proactive approach into the game at the Etihad.Impressive finish, @DenisSuarez6 👌Over five minutes of training footage now available on our @YouTube channel 📺— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) February 1, 2019“Usually Manchester City, in every match they impose their style,” he told Sky Sports.“You want to impose your style, you want to play with your personality, but sometimes you need adaptation – more or less, it depends on the opposition.“It is tough to break their style and impose yours. When a lot of teams play with a profound block, it’s because they need to play like that and can also have chances to win.“Usually you can play ten matches against Manchester City – maybe Newcastle, maybe Crystal Palace, perhaps us as well – you can lose ten times playing the same, or possibly lose seven, draw two and win one.Report: Kanu makes bold claim about Pepe George Patchias – September 13, 2019 Former Arsenal superstar Kanu claims the Premier League teams fear Nicolas Pepe.The Ivory Coast international Pepe, made an 80 million Euro move to Arsenal…“But this style can work for you as Newcastle and Crystal Palace won against them.”Arsenal was thumped 5-1 at Liverpool in December as they tried to impose their style of play, but the former PSG boss claims he’s unfazed by the loss and will maintain his form.“They are two different teams,” he said of City and Arsenal.“Different manner of playing, but with a huge organisation, huge managers and also big players.“For example, the progress from Liverpool is significant progress, and now they are the favourites because they have the lead.“Maybe Manchester City is a different example because they paid a lot and maybe we can’t do that now like that, but our way is we can also do one way similar to Liverpool, similar to Tottenham.“Doing more with young players, using well players who can improve with us. And we are doing that. We need time, but also we need to be very demanding of ourselves to do that.”👔 @UnaiEmery_ put the squad through their final training session this afternoon📸 Here’s a look at what happened ahead of our trip to Manchester for #MCIARS— Arsenal FC (@Arsenal) February 2, 2019
View of the Rawda mosque, roughly 40 kilometres west of the North Sinai capital of El-Arish, after a gun and bombing attack, on 24 November, 2017. Photo: AFP Egypt mourned on Saturday as the death toll from a gun and bomb assault at a mosque rose to 305, including children, in the deadliest attack the country has witnessed.The state prosecution said up to 30 militants in camouflage flying the Islamic State (IS) group’s black banner had surrounded the mosque in North Sinai and proceeded to massacre the worshippers during weekly Friday prayers.Twenty-seven children were among the dead, it said.IS, which is conducting a deadly insurgency in the Sinai, has not claimed responsibility for the attack, but it is the main suspect as the mosque is associated with followers of the mystical Sufi branch of Sunni Islam whom it has branded heretics.Funerals for the victims were held overnight and many were buried unwashed in their bloodied clothes, according to the Islamic burial practices for martyrs, security and medical officials said.President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi declared three days of mourning and vowed to “respond with brutal force” to the attack, among the deadliest in the world since the September 11, 2001 attacks on the United States.”The army and police will avenge our martyrs and return security and stability with force in the coming short period,” he said in a televised speech.Egyptians carry victims on stretchers following a gun and bombing attack on the Rawda mosque near the North Sinai provincial capital of El-Arish on 24 November, 2017. Photo: AFPHours later Egyptian air force jets pursued the “terrorists and discovered several vehicles used in the terrorist attack, killing those inside near the vicinity of the attack,” an army spokesman said in a statement.The state prosecutor’s office said in a statement that 305 people were killed and 128 wounded in the assault on the mosque roughly 40 kilometres (25 miles) west of the North Sinai capital of El-Arish.It said the attackers, with long beards and hair often seen on jihadists, had arrived in five all-terrain vehicles to surround the mosque.Witnesses said they heard gun shots and explosions before the assailants entered the mosque, according to the prosecution.One of the wounded, Magdy Rizk, told AFP assailants wore masks and military uniforms, and that extremists had previously threatened people in the area.Relatives visited victims in hospital in the city of Ismailia near the Suez Canal where the wounded were taken for treatment, an AFP photographer reported.World leaders voiced outrage. US President Donald Trump denounced on Twitter the “horrible and cowardly terrorist attack on innocent and defenceless worshippers”.Sheikh Ahmed el-Tayeb, the grand imam of Cairo’s Al-Azhar, Egypt’s highest institution of Sunni Islam, condemned “in the strongest terms this barbaric terrorist attack”.- IS targeting of Sufis -The Egypt branch of IS has killed hundreds of policemen and soldiers, and also civilians accused of working with the authorities, in attacks in the north of the Sinai peninsula.They have also targeted Sufis as well as Christians.A tribal leader and head of a Bedouin militia that fights IS told AFP that the mosque is known as a place where Sufis gather.IS views Sufis as heretics for seeking the intercession of saints.The group has also killed more than 100 Christians in church bombings and shootings in Sinai and other parts of Egypt, forcing many to flee the peninsula.The military has struggled to quell the jihadists who pledged allegiance to IS in November 2014.The jihadists have since increasingly turned to civilian targets, attacking not only Christians and Sufis but also Bedouin Sinai inhabitants accused of working with the army.The group also claimed the bombing of a Russian plane that killed all 224 people on board after takeoff from the Egyptian Red Sea resort of Sharm el-Sheikh on October 31, 2015.Aside from IS, Egypt also faces a threat from Al-Qaeda-aligned jihadists who operate out of neighbouring Libya.A group calling itself Ansar al-Islam — Supporters of Islam in Arabic — claimed an October ambush in Egypt’s Western Desert that killed at least 16 policemen.The military later conducted air strikes on the attackers, killing their leader.
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – The University of Louisville men’s golf team concluded the regular season with another strong performance by finishing second at the Stitch Intercollegiate on Saturday.In a tournament that was limited to just two rounds because of weather, Wake Forest rallied by shooting 8-under over the final eight holes of the second round at MacGregor Downs Country Club to erase a five-shot deficit by the Cardinals and grab victory at the event.The No. 3 Demon Deacons ended the event at 14-under, one shot ahead of the Cardinals, who finished at 13-under. The Cardinals were 11-under-par when the rain hit on Friday and halted action midway through the second round. It was the 11th time this season that the Cardinals finished in the top five of a tournament this season.Jiri Zuska continued his run of fine play by shooting a 5-under-par 139 to finish in fourth place. He opened play with a 70 on Friday and followed it up with a 3-under-par 69 on Saturday to pace the Cardinals. Matthias Schmid tied for fifth place after she shot a 4-under-par 140.John Murphy was in the top 10 after he carded a 3-under-par 141 to tie for 10th place, while Devin Morley tied for 15th after firing a 1-under-par 143, Simon Zach rounded out the top five by finishing in a tie for 57th with a 150.The Cardinals return to action next week with the ACC Championship at Old North State Club. The tournament runs Thursday-Saturday.Print Friendly Version Story Links
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UP NEXT:Cadbury to slash calorie limits of chocolate barsCadbury to slash calorie limits of chocolate barsUP NEXT: Click for Sound This is how to drive in ice & snow The video will start in 1Cancel Play now How to stay safe in snow on commute Video Loading Video Unavailable We pay for stories! Send your videos to email@example.comThe Met Office has issued a further weather warning for Stoke-on-Trent later this week as snow and ice are forecast for the region due to the approach of the so-called ‘Beast from the East’. A Yellow Weather Warning for snow is currently in force across North Staffordshire and South Cheshire from midnight until midnight – while an Amber Weather Warning was in force in much of the Staffordshire Moorlands, including Leek, from 3am until 11am this morning (Tuesday February 27 2018). The area was spared the worst of the disruption today – with just a few schools closed and some slow traffic on major routes. Another yellow weather warning has been issued by the Met Office for snow and ice in the coming days. The new warning is in force from 00.05am on Friday March 2 until noon on Saturday March 3. The new warning states: “There is potential for a spell of heavy snow, accompanied by strong winds, to affect much of Northern Ireland, Wales together with central and southern England during Friday, before dying out on Saturday morning. “There is a small chance that long delays and cancellations on bus, rail and air travel could occur. There is a slight chance that roads may become blocked by deep snow, with stranded vehicles and passengers. “There is a small chance that long interruptions to power supplies and other services such as telephones, may occur.” Read MoreMobility scooter user takes wrong turn – onto A500 Two other yellow warnings in the week ahead currently cover parts of Staffordshire but not Stoke-on-Trent. A yellow weather warning for snow, which runs throughout Wednesday, covers the higher areas of the Staffordshire Moorlands near the border with Derbyshire and the Peak District – but none of the district’s larger towns. Another yellow Met Office weather warning for snow and wind is in place from 9am until 11.55pm on Thursday covers much of the West Midlands and Shropshire – as well as areas of South Cheshire and south west Staffordshire. Read MoreHere’s how to stop your car windscreen from freezing and top tips for defrosting your car More severe conditions, and Amber weather warnings, have occurred elsewhere in the country. Highways England have advised drivers to check conditions before setting off on journeys in the days to come. A spokesman said: “Road users in the North East of England, the Midlands, South East and the East of England, are being advised to check the weather forecast and road conditions before travelling, as significant levels of snow are forecast: Highways England has issued a severe weather warning. “Highways England is working closely with the Met Office monitoring the latest weather conditions, with snow expected to affect parts of the road network tomorrow. Road users are advised to take extra care when travelling in snowy conditions: allow plenty of extra time to complete your journey and consider whether your journey is absolutely necessary before setting out, by first checking the very latest forecast and road conditions.” Read MoreSnow in Stoke-on-Trent & North Staffordshire Why do schools close when it snows? Watch again 7 fun ways to enjoy snow with kids Video will play in Read MoreSevere weather warnings: What do they mean? A spokesman said: “As the freeze sets in remember to look-out for neighbours in very cold weather – milk bottles left outside, newspapers stuck in the letterbox or curtains drawn all day, could be a sign that something is wrong and that someone is in need of help. “Our gritting teams have been out through the night – please take care on roads today.”21:35Updated forecastTonight is due to be a mixture of clear spells and scattered snow showers as the yellow weather warning remains in place until midnight. The Met Office predicts a widespread severe frost overnight with bitterly cold temperatures dropping to -6 °C in some places.The forecast suggests tomorrow is looking to be similar.The Met Office says: “Similar cold conditions will continue with isolated snow showers and sunny spells. Snow showers will be heavy at times, particularly in the afternoon. Feeling bitter with strengthening winds. Maximum temperature -1 °C. “Thursday will become windy, with snow at times through the day. Friday starting clearer with some snow flurries.”Tomorrow is looking like there will be light snowfall around 1pm with heavy snow predicted between 4pm and 5pm.18:38Police warn of temperature drop18:14Snow updateCurrent forecasts suggest there could be snowfall in Stoke-on-Trent at midday tomorrow.15:05Flight delays (Image: Google)Flights to and from Manchester Airport are experiencing delays due to snowy conditions.Passengers have been told they should check the status of their flight before traveling.Some airlines are reporting delays of up to 30 minutes. 12:51Snow falling across city12:38Snow coming down in Hanley againSnow is coming down in Hanley again12:13Car on its roof on A53 in BuxtonWe have reports of issues on the A53 near Buxton. One report suggests a car is on its roof.11:54Accident on M6 Northbound in StaffordshireOne lane closed and heavy traffic due to accident on M6 Northbound between J12 A5 (Gailey) and J13 A449 (Stafford South).Lane one (of four) is closed. 11:42WEST MIDLANDS TRAFFIC NEWS: M6 blocked at Great Barr due to serious accident at junction 7 The southbound carriageway is closed following the multi-vehicle accident near junction 7. More here.11:06Amber Weather Warning no longer in force in Staffordshire MoorlandsThe Amber Weather Warning for snow is no longer in force. The warning covered part of the Staffordshire Moorlands, including Leek, until 11am. The area, along with the rest of the region, is covered by a yellow weather warning until midnight.11:00A500 reopenedRoad cleared and traffic easing, accident cleared on A500 D Road Northbound between Reginald Mitchell Way (Kidsgrove / Tunstall Turn Off) and A34 Newcastle Road / Peacock Hay Road (Talke Roundabout). 10:58No roads closed in Cheshire EastA Cheshire East Council spokesman said: “We’re continuing to monitor the forecast and are prepared for the possibility of heavy snowfall later this week. At the moment, no roads have been closed as a result of the snow but please continue to take extra care.”10:49Liverpool Airport runway has reopenedThere are likely to be delays as a result of the earlier closure.09:58Snow across the region today09:40A500 blocked due to multi-vehicle accidentThe accident has taken place near Reginald Mitchell Way. More here.Sentinel Traffic Alert09:32Runway closed at Liverpool AirportThe runway is closed at Liverpool Airport. A spokesman said: “The runway is currently closed due to snowfall. Please arrive as normal to check in for your flight. We advise passengers to talk directly to their airlines for the latest flight information.”09:18A500 blocked by accident Reports of queueing traffic and road blocked due to accident, lorry and a car involved on A500 D Road Westbound between Reginald Mitchell Way (Kidsgrove / Tunstall Turn Off) and A34 Newcastle Road / Peacock Hay Road (Talke Roundabout), congestion to A527 Porthill Road / Longbridge Hayes Road / Longbridge Hayes Road (Porthill Bank).08:55Five schools currently closedThe following five schools are closed.Stoke-on-Trent:Ormiston Horizon AcademyWatermill Special SchoolStaffordshire:Blackfriars Academy, NewcastleCoppice Academy, NewcastleMerryfields Special School08:44Accident in HanfordReports of very slow traffic due to accident on B5490 Stanley Mathews Way in both directions near Trentham Road.08:39Further snow expected in Stoke-on-Trent laterThe current forecast from the Met Office says more snow is set to fall in the Potteries later today.08:17Cheshire Police advise motorists to take careA spokesman said: “Lots of snow across Cheshire today. Please drive carefully.”08:15A537 Cat and Fiddle and A54 passablePolice in Cheshire are advising motorists to take extra care on the roads.08:11Some flights cancelled from Manchester AirportA Manchester Airport spokesman said:We’re continuing to monitor the adverse weather here at the airport and will update accordingly. Passengers should also leave additional time to get to the airport due to potential issues on the road and rail networks caused by the snow. Flights BA1395 and BA1405 to London Heathrow have been cancelled. Passengers are advised to check the status of their flight with their airline.08:09Slow traffic on A53 Queueing traffic and traffic heavier than normal due to snow on A53 Leek New Road Westbound between A5009 Baddeley Green Lane and A50 Waterloo Road (Cobridge Traffic Lights). 08:02Slow traffic on A53 in Endon Very slow traffic on A53 Leek Road in both directions near Station Road07:56First school closure reported in Newcastle BoroughBlackfriars Academy is closed. More here.07:40First school closure announcedWatermill Special School is closed. We’ll be running a separate feed of school closures including a master list. You can visit that here07:38Heavy traffic on the A527 Heavy traffic on A527 Brownhills Road Westbound between Pinnox Street and A500 Queensway / Longbridge Hayes Road (Porthill Bank). 07:31Heavy traffic on A50Heavy traffic on A50 Westbound from Meir Tunnel towards the A500 D Road (Sideway Roundabout).07:27Schools delay opening to allow snow to be cleared Northwood Broom Community School and Grove Junior School will be opening late due to snow this morning. A spokesman said: “BASC will not open until site staff have cleared site. This will be after 8am.” Share this video 8 local places to go sledging! A snowy Stoke-on-Trent in 1981 What is a Met Office Weather Warning?The Met Office issue weather warnings when there is a risk of weather causing damage, disruption or danger to life. Generally warnings will be issued for heavy rain, wind, ice or snow. They come in three categories. Yellow: The lowest of the three. Yellow means you should plan ahead about potential disruption to travel and other day-to-day activities. These are the most common. Amber: A step up from Yellow, an Amber warning means there is an increased risk of disruption/danger to life and property. Red: These are only issued when ‘extreme weather’ is expected. When one is issued the Met Office advise immediate action is taken to keep yourself and others safe as widespread damage, disruption and risk to life is likely. Red warnings are extremely rare anywhere in the UK and almost unknown in North Staffordshire and South Cheshire. Cheshire Fire and Rescue Service are warning freezing conditions were also in store throughout the week ahead. A spokeswoman said: “The Beast From The East arrived in Cheshire this morning and we’re expecting freezing conditions for the rest of the week. Please keep an eye on elderly relatives and neighbours. Check they are warm and well and have everything they need Staffordshire County Council have asked people to keep an eye on elderly neighbours during the cold spell. Read MoreSevere weather warnings: What do they mean? Watch Next
FILE – In this April 27, 2016 file photo, Tavis Smiley appears at the 33rd annual ASCAP Pop Music Awards in Los Angeles. Less than a month after PBS dropped Tavis Smiley’s talk show because of inappropriate relationships with subordinates, Smiley announced a deal Monday, Jan. 8, 2018, for a new series about inspirational stories titled, “The Upside with Tavis Smiley.” It will be distributed digitally and also shown on The Word Network, a cable and satellite network with religious programming aimed at an African-American audience. (Photo by Rich Fury/Invision/AP, File) PASADENA, Calif. – Less than a month after PBS dropped Tavis Smiley’s talk show after reported inappropriate relationships with subordinates, Smiley announced a deal Monday to go back to work with a new series about inspirational stories.His series, “The Upside with Tavis Smiley,” will be streamed online and shown on The Word Network, a religious-oriented cable and satellite channel directed at black viewers. He also announced a five-city “town hall” tour to talk about relationships in the workplace.Among the men caught up in sexual misconduct cases the past few months, Smiley has been most aggressive in fighting back and the first to publicly announce plans to resume his career. His new show is expected to start in the spring.Smiley compared the experience to when he was fired by BET in 2001 for offering an interview that he had conducted with a newsmaker to ABC News, a corporate competitor. He wrote books about rebounding from setbacks, and launched the late-night talk show with PBS that aired for 14 years.“I would not wish this experience on my worst enemy,” Smiley said. “Having said that, the last time this happened, great things came out of it.”Although conceding that what was once considered acceptable in the workplace may no longer be, Smiley has been defiant, suggesting that romances between professional colleagues is hardly unusual. However, PBS investigators reportedly found women who felt their advancement at work was tied to the sexual relationships, an assertion Smiley has denied.He’ll be a test case for whether fans will be willing to overlook behaviour that an employer considered out of bounds.By fashioning a new program focusing on inspirational stories instead of more general interest news and entertainment, Smiley will sidestep the issue of whether his downfall would make celebrities reluctant to be interviewed by him. By striking a digital distribution deal with the media company AerNow and a little-watched cable network, he will also be much less visible.But Smiley said he believed that going digital positions him well for the future. He also said he’ll attract a younger audience than he was getting at PBS, and that he has also struck a deal for international distribution for “The Upside” and his production company’s inventory of interviews that he conducted in the past.He announced plans for a book and online course in “Leading by Listening.”His “town hall” appearances in Chicago, Los Angeles, New Orleans, Washington, D.C. and San Francisco will have him moderating discussions about acceptable workplace protocols.“Everyone is saying, ‘We need to talk about this,’ but nobody is doing that,” he said. “Nobody is creating a space for it. Now here I am doing it.”Smiley said he was motivated to get back to work quickly because of concern for employees of his production company who learned that the PBS show was ending at the beginning of the holiday season.He said he wasn’t concerned that by moving so quickly, he might be missing out on better opportunities if he waited for the story of his firing to fade.“You can only make decisions based on what’s in front of you,” he said. “You can’t make decisions based on what might happen, on what may come.”He said that as “a black man in America,” he knows that better offers may never come. by David Bauder, The Associated Press Posted Jan 8, 2018 12:03 pm PDT Last Updated Jan 8, 2018 at 7:00 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Tavis Smiley announces deal for new show
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