WASHINGTON — Tyson Foods is recalling more than 36,000 pounds (16,329 kilograms) of chicken nuggets because they may be contaminated with rubber.The U.S. Agriculture Department says there were consumer complaints about extraneous material in 5-pound (2 kilogram) packages of Tyson White Meat Panko Chicken Nuggets. There are no confirmed reports of adverse reactions.The packages have a best if used by date of Nov. 26, 2019 and the case code 3308SDL03. The establishment core P-13556 is inside the USDA inspection mark.The nuggets should be thrown out or returned to the place of purchase.Tuesday’s recall comes after Perdue Foods recalled more than 16,000 pounds (7,257 kilograms) of chicken nuggets because of an undeclared allergen, milk.The Associated Press
Mr. Guterres, who has already met with President Álvaro Uribe and yesterday visited displaced Afro-Colombians in Chocó in the north-west of the country, was today chairing a conference on displacement in Bogota, the capital, bringing together high-ranking government officials, civil society and displaced people.The meeting has two main objectives: to draw attention to the humanitarian consequences of displacement and encourage the full implementation of the law so that all displaced people have equal access to their rights, UNHCR spokesman Ron Redmond told a news briefing in Geneva.“Colombia has some of the most advanced legislation in the world for internally displaced people, thanks to a national law passed 10 years ago. It covers the rights to protection by the State, documentation and access to services such as health, education and housing,” he said. “However, practical delivery of the law remains patchy in some areas and not all IDPs [internally displaced persons] have equal access to their rights.”In his meeting with President Uribe, Mr. Guterres pledged continuing UNHCR support for Government efforts on behalf of the displaced, stressing the importance of applying the law in a concrete way and carrying it out equally for everyone.In his visit to Chocó, where most of the Afro-Colombian community has been displaced due to the volatile security situation and many are still frightened they may have to flee again, he told them security and peace were their first rights, without which no other rights could be adequately enforced.Throughout his visit to a country where IDPs represent some 8 per cent of the total population of over 40 million, he stressed the importance of addressing the root causes of displacement, adding that, while the international community is there to help, the problems can only be solved by the Colombian people and their Government.Today’s conference coincides with the release of a UNHCR study that evaluates changes and displacement trends and in the Government’s response in Colombia over the past three years. Before arriving here, Mr. Guterres visited Ecuador, which hosts some 250,000 Colombians, and called for more international support for the refugees there. 16 March 2007United Nations High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) Antonio Guterres today wraps up a four-day visit to Colombia, which has one of the largest populations of concern to his agency with some 3 million people uprooted by more than 40 years of fighting between the Government, leftist rebels, right-wing paramilitaries and criminal gangs.
Helping the people of Afghanistan to rebuild the strife-torn nation and improve their daily lives will require strengthening the United Nations mission there in a number of key areas, including increased staffing and possible structural changes, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in a new report.Last month in Paris, more than 80 countries and international organizations renewed their commitment to helping advance peace, security and development in Afghanistan, including through some $20 billion in pledged assistance.The International Conference in Support of Afghanistan, held on 12 June, also witnessed the launch of the Government’s five-year plan to reduce poverty and promote economic and social development, known as the Afghan National Development Strategy (ANDS).In addition, participants – through the adoption of the Paris Declaration – underlined the expanded role of the Secretary-General’s Special Representative and of the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan (UNAMA) to lead and coordinate international efforts.“For UNAMA to fulfil its mandate and achieve the Paris priorities, much greater substantive, administrative and security resources would need to be expeditiously mobilized,” Mr. Ban writes in a special report to the Security Council. He stresses that the Mission should be staffed and structured to reflect what his Special Representative, Kai Eide, needs to achieve. “Addressing current priorities will require additional personnel in the areas of elections, support for the Afghanistan National Development Strategy, aid effectiveness, institution-building and the delivery of humanitarian assistance.” Other issues that will continue to require UNAMA’s attention is the protection of human rights, reducing drug production and trafficking and improving civil-military coordination.The Secretary-General recommends that UNAMA proceed with the further expansion of its field presence by opening six new provincial offices over the next 12 months, adding that any such expansion be undertaken keeping staff security as the highest priority.The report points out that the level of insurgent and terrorist activity in Afghanistan has increased, particularly in the south and the east of the country. The highest number of security incidents in the country since the overthrow of the Taliban in 2001 was recorded this past May.The country continues to face a precarious security situation, as demonstrated by today’s attack outside the Indian Embassy in Kabul that killed over 40 people and wounded more than 100.“The evolving security situation throughout the country will require a considerable increase in security-related mission resources, not only for the establishment of new provincial offices in higher security risk areas, but also for existing field offices and Mission activities as a whole,” states Mr. Ban.Mr. Eide will be reiterating the Secretary-General’s message when he addresses the Security Council on Wednesday. “To do what we want to do will require significant additional resources,” he told a news conference in Kabul today prior to his departure for New York. “And I am urging New York and the United Nations Headquarters to provide us with those resources,” he added. 7 July 2008Helping the people of Afghanistan to rebuild the strife-torn nation and improve their daily lives will require strengthening the United Nations mission there in a number of key areas, including increased staffing and possible structural changes, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon says in a new report.
The new Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of the UN Political Office for Somalia (UNPOS) brings many years of both government and UN experience, including in conflict management, mediation, and humanitarian and recovery/development activities.“Mr. Mahiga has lengthy and pertinent experience in the Horn of Africa and other parts of the continent, which will be invaluable in his new position,” according to a news release announcing his appointment. Prior to representing the Tanzanian Government at the UN, Mr. Mahiga worked in various capacities at the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR). His roles included serving as Chief of Mission to Liberia, Coordinator and Deputy Director of the humanitarian and refugee crisis in the Great Lakes Region, and UNHCR Representative in India, Italy, Malta, the Holy See and the Republic of San Marino.Mr. Mahiga succeeds Ahmedou Ould-Abdallah of Mauritania, who has served as the UN’s envoy for Somalia since September 2007 and helped facilitate the Djibouti Peace Agreement, on which current peace and reconciliation efforts in the country are based.The Secretary-General acknowledged Mr. Ould-Abdallah for his work on the recently adopted Istanbul Declaration that serves “as a political pact between the international community and the Somali people on political, security, development and reconstruction issues.”The Declaration was the culmination of a three-day international conference in May that was co-hosted by the UN and Turkey, a year after a similar summit was held in Brussels. 9 June 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Augustine Mahiga, Tanzania’s Ambassador to the United Nations, to serve as his top envoy for Somalia, which is in the midst of one of the worst humanitarian and political crises in the world.
Anyone who was near Toronto on Saturday could hear the sounds of a Labour Day tradition.It was the 65th annual Canadian International Air Show which brought together some of the world’s most powerful and aerobatic planes to the exhibition grounds including Canada’s Snowbirds, and a flying tribute to veterans of the Second World War.In perfect air show fashion the aircrafts were flawless in formation as they soared across the skies of Toronto.The Great War Flying Museum honoured the centennial anniversary of World War I with their vintage aircraft.It was a beautiful day for the spectacle and the fans eagerly awaited Canada’s icons of the air.The CF Snowbirds wowed the crowds with their high speed aerial performance, their formations with all nine planes and the incredible aerobatics.The air show continues on Sunday and Monday outside the CNE grounds.The show runs from 1PM until 4PM.
The Council should encourage the DRC’s Transitional Government to strengthen its military forces and pay them regularly and urge the Rwandan rebels in the eastern DRC “to disarm and repatriate to Rwanda,” the mission says in its report on the 4 to 11 November fact-finding trip.It should also encourage the UN’s peacekeeping mission in the DRC known as MONUC to continue to support the actions taken by the Armed Forces of DRC (FARDC) “to step up the pressure on foreign armed groups operating in the eastern part of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.” The eastern DRC provinces include the Kivus and Ituri.The Transitional Government should “increase civic education and voter sensitization activities, particularly among women, to ensure widespread public understanding regarding the draft constitution, the voting system and the electoral process,” the report says.The Council should call on the Government of Uganda “to respect fully the sovereignty of neighbouring States and in particular to refrain from any use of force outside its borders,” and “to take further measures to ensure that remnant militias operating in the Ituri district receive no support from Ugandan territory.” Both Uganda and Rwanda should be encouraged “to cooperate with the efforts of the United Nations towards resolving the continued threat to regional security posed by the presence of foreign armed groups on Congolese territory,” the report says.The Council should also urge each of the two governments to ensure that the arms embargo imposed by the Security Council on DRC “is respected and enforced on its territory, in particular by establishing stricter controls at its borders with the Democratic Republic of the Congo to curtail the illegal cross-border trafficking of natural resources and arms and the movement of combatants.”With regard to Burundi, the Government and the Special Representative of the Secretary-General there should be encouraged to devise measures for a gradual disengagement of the peacekeeping UN Operation in Burundi (ONUB), while trying to bring the rebel Palipehutu-FNL into the peace process, the report says.
The global market advanced amid relief that despite reclaiming Crimea, Russia indicated it will not make further claims on Ukraine. A war in the region would disrupt global oil and grain supply, causing volatility in the markets.Share markets in Australia, Britain and Europe were also higher after President of Russia Vladimir Putin stated that the annexation of Crimea was not a first step in a bid to partition Ukraine.Last week world markets, especially European ones, were very cautious, while gold rallied on fears of political risk between Russian and Ukraine. Source: Fairfax Media Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
A movie whose rights were acquired by Steven Spielberg, is being produced by his company DreamWorks Pictures, and stars Scarlett Johansson in its lead role, is enough to sell a lot of people on insta-watching the end result. But when that movie is titled Ghost in the Shell, it has a hell of a lot to live up to.Ghost in the Shell is one of, if not the best known manga and anime series in the West. There’s been two movies, with multiple versions of each released, as well as 52 episodes of the Stand Alone Complex TV series, an OVA, novels, video games, and of course Masamune Shirow’s manga on which all this work is based.Now we have a Hollywood movie arriving in March 2017, and to keep interest high Paramount Pictures has just released 5 mini teaser trailers.The teasers give little away, but some of the scenes will be instantly recognizable to fans of the anime. Can we hold out hope that this will be a good movie? As a fan, I am not holding my breath.The original Ghost in the Shell movie tackled a number of complex issues extremely well, which were then delved into much more deeply in Stand Alone Complex and subsequent releases. Trying to re-imagine that for the masses by Hollywood, which always tries to (has to?) appeal to the widest possible audience probably won’t end well.You’ll be able to make your own mind up on March 31, 2017. For anyone new to the IP I highly recommend you check out everything that has already been released carrying the Ghost in the Shell name. You may ruin this new movie for yourself, but the quality of entertainment you’ll enjoy makes it more than worth it over waiting for this Hollywood “blockbuster.” Can you tell I’m skeptical?Here’s the fan edit of the teasers, which does improve the experience a bit:
The Portland Timbers’ Colombian connection continues.The signing of 25-year-old defender Hanyer Mosquera, announced on Tuesday, means Portland enters its second Major League Soccer season with four Colombians.Timbers general manager Gavin Wilkinson described the 6-foot-1, 175-pound Mosquera as a “very physical” and athletic defender.His addition adds needed depth to the middle of the back line. Eric Brunner and Mamadou “Futty” Danso are the only healthy returning central defenders as the Timbers prepare to begin training camp on Monday.In addition to announcing the signing of Mosquera, the Timbers on Tuesday made four selections in the MLS Supplemental Draft, which is the conclusion of the draft process started with last week’s SuperDraft.The Timbers had the eighth pick in each round. Their picks were Ryan Kawulok, a defender from the University of Portland, Cal Irvine midfielder Miguel Ibarra, St. Mary’s goalkeeper Doug Herrick and Loyola Marymount forward-midfielder Logan McDaniel.In last week’s SuperDraft, the Timbers selected Connecticut defender Andrew Jean-Baptiste and Notre Dame midfielder Brendan King.Of the six draft picks, only Jean-Baptiste has a MLS contract. The other draft picks will be competing for a spot on the Timbers roster.Mosquera is the second young Colombian signed this offseason by the Timbers. They also added 20-year-old forward Jose Adolfo Valencia. Forward Jorge Perlaza and midfielder Diego Chara played significant roles for the Timbers last season.
ADC AUTHOR The House Appropriations Committee approved a $108.1 billion Military Construction-VA spending bill Thursday, but only after feuding over funding for a border wall, according to CQ.The committee ultimately advanced the bill in a largely party line 31-21 vote.The bill is typically a highly popular spending bill, but this year it has become enveloped in deep disputes over President Trump’s border funding moves.Despite the feuding, the bill adds more funding to veterans programs than the White House requested, Military Times reported. The House bill increases VA funding more than 10% above fiscal 2019 levels, the latest in sizable increases for the department.The bill includes $94.3 billion in discretionary VA funding, about $1 billion more than the White House requested in March.It also includes $9.4 billion for mental health programs, $1.9 billion for homelessness programs, and $4.5 billion for community care expansion. Another $222 million was set aside for suicide prevention outreach activities.About $1.6 billion is set aside in the measure for VA’s ongoing electronic medical records overhaul, designed to bring its systems into line with military records.The bill’s nearly $10.5 billion in military construction includes $1.5 billion for family housing, including to address issues “such as mold, vermin and lead in military family housing.”Army National Guard photo by Spc. Tori Miller
Share your voice Post a comment Tech Industry Automation will affect the future of jobs. Getty Images There’s a lot of handwringing when it comes to the future of jobs.A report from the Brookings Institution, released Thursday, adds to the pile of stats suggesting we’ll all be replaced by robots one day. Among the report’s main findings: 25 percent of US workers will face what the report authors calls “high exposure” to automation in the next few decades. That translates to about 36 million jobs. Another 36 percent — 52 million — will face “medium exposure.””The discourse appears to be arriving at a more complicated, mixed understanding that suggests that automation will bring neither apocalypse nor utopia, but instead both benefits and stresses alike,” the report says.As far as the most susceptible jobs, the report says there’s not really a field that won’t be affected by automation and AI. However, the most vulnerable jobs are those with “predictable physical and cognitive tasks.” Jobs that tend to be more creative or require higher interpersonal social skills or higher education are somewhat more secure. Generally, lower-wage jobs run a higher risk of getting automated. There are also other factors like location to consider. Rural communities, for example, are more vulnerable. And there are demographic implications. Hispanic and black workers face greater exposure, according to the report. ‘Hello, humans’: Google’s Duplex could make Assistant the most lifelike AI yet.Fight the Power: Take a look at who’s transforming the way we think about energy. Tags 0
Vijayawada: Education Minister Adimulapu Suresh on Saturday announced the advanced supplementary results of Class X. He informed the media that 24,425 candidates have passed out of 36,923 candidates appeared for the Class-X advanced supplementary examination recording a pass percentage of 66.15. The Minister said that 19,962 boys appeared for the examination of which 13,129 passed. Likewise, 16,961 girls appeared for the exam and 11,296 of them passed in the examination. Also Read – Rs 65.30lakhs Exgratia paid to deceased family Advertise With Us The Minister further said that Guntur district stood first with 92.57 percentage and Nellore district last with 34.44 pass percentage. He said that the SSC advanced supplementary examinations were held from June 17 to 29 and the spot valuation was held from July 4 to 6. He said that subject-wise performance statement will be made available on the website www.bseap.org in two days to facilitate the candidates to take admission into 1st year Intermediate. Candidates who wish to get their marks recounted should remit Rs 500 from July 15 to 22, said the Minister.
Sriharsha last spoke to his parents on August 21.TwitterThe 23-year-old son of a Telangana BJP leader has been reported missing in London since Friday. Sanne Ujwal Sriharsha, the son of Khammam district BJP president Sanne Uday Pratap, has been pursuing his Master’s at Mary Land University in London since 2018. According to reports, he was residing at Beaumont House in Bayswater.The London police registered a case upon receiving a complaint from the university authorities regarding Sriharsha’s absence. The police then informed the family, who are now trying to expedite their visa process.Sriharsha last spoke to his parents on August 21. There was no response when the family members tried contacting him the next day. “He used to call every day,” his father told PTI.”On August 21, a backpack was found at the top of cliffs called Beachy Head, Eastbourne, East Sussex. Property within the bag was identified as belonging to your son. Unfortunately, the circumstances in how the backpack was found are leading police to believe that your son may have taken his own life,” The Times of India quoted a letter from police constable Darren Stevens.The police also found a message in Sriharsha’s phone which read, “Please hand over my belongings to my parents.”His parents have, however, expressed doubt over the police’s statement.”He never ever exhibited any negative thoughts during his entire school and college days. The reported recovery of Sriharsha’s laptop bag and his mobile phone at a beach near London points needle of suspicion to some foreign students who stayed along with him at Beaumont House,” Pratap told The Hindu.Pratap further added that Sriharsha was a meritorious student and who pursued engineering in Hyderabad. He aspired to become a scientist and recently went to Japan for project work.BJP State leader Kondapalli Sridhar Reddy and former Union Minister Bandaru Dattatreya spoke to the Indian High Commission in London regarding a speedy investigation in the case.
The Gabriel García Márquez Prize for Journalism will recognize Giannina Segnini for excellence in journalism during the prize’s activities in Medellín, Colombia, on Wednesday.Founder of La Nación’s Investigative Unit, Segnini has been making headlines in Costa Rica for years exposing misuse of funds by the Catholic Church, revealing payments to members of then-San José mayor (and current National Liberation Party presidential candidate) Johnny Araya’s staff by a Canadian transnational corporation.Segnini, however, is undoubtedly best known for an investigation that landed two Costa Rican ex-presidents, Rafael Ángel Calderón Fournier and Miguel Ángel Rodríguez Echeverría, in jail on corruption charges.The prize’s board of governors recognized Segnini for “elevating the standards of journalism as a public service, pursuing journalistic investigations into relevant cases of corruption that have had an outstanding impact on the public life of her country and, at the same time, have become an example of professional excellence for journalism in Latin America,” according to a statement on the organization’s website.The investigative journalist is also known as a pioneer of data journalism.“The technological effort that the investigative team at La Nación has done under Segnini’s leadership has permitted the discovery of deliberately hidden relationships between facts and persons, and abuse of power. In this way, she has given strength to great journalism’s oversight, in accordance with the information demands of a complex and globalized world,” the board’s statement said.During her journalistic career, several other prizes have recognized Segnini’s accomplishments, including a Nieman Fellowship at Harvard University, awards from the Press and Society Institute, Transparency International for Latin America and the Caribbean, and a special mention from Columbia University’s María Moors Cabot Prize. Facebook Comments No related posts.
ASHGABAT, Turkmenistan (AP) – Turkmenistan has formally ended its one-party system with the creation of a business-oriented political party. But the new group’s arrival is unlikely to substantively lead to democratization in the authoritarian state.The TDH state news agency said Tuesday that 300 delegates from business groups around the ex-Soviet Central Asian nation attended the founding congress of the Party of Industrialists and Entrepreneurs of Turkmenistan. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk Comments Share Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Elections to be held in 2013 look likely to formally end the Democratic Party’s two-decade-long monopoly in parliament. The Democratic Party was created on the basis of the dissolved Communist Party in 1991.It is highly unlikely that the new party would have been allowed to exist without the approval of Turkmenistan’s President Gurbanbuly Berdymukhamedov, who runs the country with an iron fist.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top Stories Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Sponsored Stories Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona
Go back to the e-newsletter >Zarafa Camp in Botswana has been voted the “Best Safari Experience in Africa” in the 2016 Safari Awards sponsored by The Good Safari Guide with support from SkySafari by Elewana and Hickman & Bousfield.The 2016 Safari Awards Results, judged by sixteen safari specialists, were announced at a gala cocktail event at Aloft, Excel, London.Safari tourism and conservation veterans joined the Safari Awards Nominees to see winners in twenty safari categories named during the evening, culminating in the crowning of the ‘Best Safari Experience in Africa’ won by Zarafa Camp, flagship of Great Plains Conservation.The Safari Awards saw over fifteen thousand public and travel trade nominations for over four hundred safari properties, guides and operators. Nineteen award winners represent the future of wildlife tourism and conservation of wildlife in Africa.Dereck Joubert – CEO and Founder of Great Plains Conservation said, “Being acknowledged by these awards is very special and a wonderful endorsement for us all; our staff, guides and managers who work so hard every day to give their best. I see being “Best” as short for “Giving your best” and I can ask no more of the Great Plains family. They’re all very motivated by being mentioned amongst the greats of the industry”.Go back to the e-newsletter >
Speaking to local newspaper NU,Credit: Media TVThe 26-year-old man was shot by cops after attempts to calm him down failed – he was rushed into hospital in a critical condition with wounds to his legs and stomach, which is called Entrain, has since World War 1. hospitals and water projects in Gombe town and all the other 10 local governments of Gombe State and tell Nigerians his findings. Ejike Mbaka’s verdict that the state Governor, and culture. ?The replica ship made history when it sailed in 1926 from Norway to Boston to show how Vikings likely became the first Europeans to visit North America The ship sailed on to Duluth where local businessmen bought it and donated it to the city It was displayed at Leif Erikson Park but fell into disrepairA former president of the Nigerian Bar Association (NBA) Olisa Agbakoba on Monday said the creation of state police is necessary in order to address the security issues in the country Agbakoba made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria (NAN) in Lagos while reacting to the renewed clamor for the creation of state police over killings in the country He said the centrally-controlled police could not provide adequate security cover for the country pointing out that state police would strengthen security Agbakoba said “The new momentum for state police is a welcome development The creation of state police at this critical time is more than necessary “You see I feel sorry for the Inspector-General of Police who have to sit down in Abuja and monitor the entire criminal justice system in Nigeria “It is not just possible There is nowhere in the world where you have the kind of the Nigerian policing structure where everything is controlled from the center “The typical thing is that not only you need the state police to provide adequate security you also need local government police Creation of state police was part of what had been widely discussed in the larger issue of restructuring “The broader issue in the discussion was devolution of powers from Federal Government to States the need for the central government to devolve powers to the states to allow the latter run their affairs efficiently including security” On whether state police would not be abused by governors to fight opposition Agbakoba said “Once the policing option is anchored on the right constitutional provisions to guard against abuse state police would operate efficiently “What we need to do is just introduce into the constitution regulations that would not allow governors to control the police “The governors will not have authority to appoint or dismiss police heads All these will be guaranteed “After all the judiciary is functioning independently It is functioning because there is the National Judicial Council in the constitution performing the functions of judicial policies appointments dismissals and retirements” Regardless of setting, however.
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