Shaneen Robinson-DesjarlaisAPTN National NewsAn estimated 4,000 veterans filtered into Standing Rock over the weekend.Just hours earlier, the United States Army Corps of Engineers announced the pipeline is on firstname.lastname@example.org
Nation to NationTen years ago Thursday, Cindy Blackstock filed a human rights complaint against Ottawa for discriminating against First Nation children by underfunding child welfare services on reserve.Last year, the Canadian Human Rights Tribunal ruled Ottawa was discriminating against First Nation children.Blackstock, who heads the First Nation Child and Family Caring Society, sits down for an in-studio interview with Nation to Nation.The Nation to Nation political panel also debates whether the Justin Trudeau Liberal government’s words on First Nation child welfare match the actions required by the Human Rights Tribunal.
Rabat – Morocco will participate in the third edition of Wiki Loves Earth from May 1 to 31, 2015, to highlight the country’s natural heritage.The event is an international nature photography competition created in 2013 to illustrate Ukrainian landscapes. It expanded to 15 countries in different regions of the world in 2014, when it officially became an international competition.This year’s Wiki Loves Earth will be the first year Morocco participates. It aims to encourage the development of the country’s natural heritage via Wikimedia projects, mainly the encyclopedia Wikipedia and Wikimedia Commons Media. The competition will involve natural areas across Morocco, including national parks and regional reserves, thus encompassing various landscapes and habitats.Everyone is invited to take pictures of nature and post them to www.wikilovesearth.org. The contest is a way to educate Moroccans on their own natural heritage and to create a close link with it. It also aims to make Wikimedia projects known to the public.Last year, participants posted more than 70,000 photos from 15 countries, including Algeria, Brazil, and Germany. Germany had nearly 15,000 photos.At the national level, a local jury will select the 10 best photographs from Morocco. These finalists will qualify for the second phase of the competition, where they will compete with hundreds of other pictures around the world in the international competition. The international jury will then select the best photographs from the global competition.
TORONTO — Hudson’s Bay Co. (TSX:HBC) is facing heightened calls from a U.S. investor to sell off or otherwise unlock the value from its real estate holdings.In a letter to the retailer’s board, Connecticut-based Land & Buildings Investment Management said it’s concerned the company has not heeded its call in June to maximize shareholder returns by tapping into its property portfolio.The investment firm says HBC’s property holdings are worth $35 a share — with the company’s Saks Fifth Avenue flagship store in New York alone worth $16 per share — compared with HBC’s closing price of $10.60 Friday.Land & Buildings, which owns close to five per cent of HBC stock, said it was unsatisfied after a recent meeting with management and threatened to call a special meeting of shareholders to remove board members if action isn’t taken on the property front.The investment firm has suggested HBC redevelop its properties in Canada, Europe and the United States, or go private, and urged the company not to invest more in additional retail brands like Neiman Marcus or Macy’s.HBC said in a statement that it welcomes feedback from all shareholders and is committed to improving its retail operations and creatively unlocking the value of its real estate holdings.
At best, in rare cases where an enforced disappearance case has made it to a court it has been handled as an abduction, a wrongful confinement or a conspiracy case since there is no crime of enforced disappearance under Sri Lankan law. The failure of Sri Lankan law to recognize the principle of command responsibility has also hindered prosecution of superior officers complicit in human rights violations. Lack of effective witness protection has been another obstacle to effective prosecution.Despite the tens of thousands of reported enforced disappearances in the late 1980s alone, there were fewer than 30 convictions for abduction or wrongful confinement (charges often associated with enforced disappearances) between 1987 and 2007. Only two of 18 well-known cases of extrajudicial executions and enforced disappearances documented by Amnesty International dating back to the 1980s resulted in convictions, and both were of low ranking officers on lesser charges than murder. These cases, involved more than 750 individual victims, from a lawyer tortured to death in police custody, to the mass “disappearance” of 159 people from a camp for displaced persons in eastern Sri Lanka.Since the election of President Maithripala Sirisena in January, Sri Lanka has shown a new willingness to acknowledge past abuses and commit to reforms. At the 30th Session of the UN Human Rights Council in September Sri Lanka promised to ratify the International Convention for the Protection of All Persons from Enforced Disappearance and enact a domestic law making enforced disappearance a crime. It made a number of other important commitments to enact legal and security sector reforms that Amnesty International had long recommended. These included promises to repeal the draconian Prevention of Terrorism Act and replace it with legislation that meets international standards; to review the cases of detainees held for long periods without charge or trial and ensure the release of those without evidence against them; ensure effective witness protection; consult with victims and families in the design of truth and justice mechanisms; release reports of past inquiries into alleged human rights violations; and extend invitations to UN Special Procedures. Tens of thousands of people in Sri Lanka have been forcibly disappeared. Sinhalese youth suspected of links to the Janatha Vimukthi Peramuna (JVP) were particular targets in the late 1980s and early 1990s, and Tamils were victimized throughout the course of the long armed conflict between government forces and the Liberation Tigers of Tamil Eelam (LTTE) that finally ended in May 2009. Muslims (both activists and prominent community members) have also been suspected victims of enforced disappearances.WGEID’s first visit in October 1991 investigated and ultimately confirmed reports that state forces had engaged in enforced disappearances. On the basis of that visit and successive ones in 1992 and 1999, the Working Group made important recommendations to the Sri Lankan Government aimed at addressing existing cases of enforced disappearances, preventing new ones and bringing perpetrators to justice. Unfortunately, most of these recommendations were never implemented. Violations continued to be reported, albeit at lower levels than at their peak in 1989-1990 when an estimated 30,000 or more people, many of them minors, are thought to have been forcibly disappeared in government counter-insurgency campaigns.1 The vast majority of enforced disappearances were never effectively investigated or prosecuted. All communities have experienced enforced disappearances but victims may not share a common understanding of the problem or seek the same solutions. With huge numbers of Sri Lankans in search of truth, there are corresponding variations in their opinions about accountability. Amnesty says WGEID should seek out and listen carefully to the views of family members of the disappeared. It should acknowledge the significant challenges to accountability that persist in Sri Lanka and clearly articulate its own limitations as well. The Government of Sri Lanka should facilitate these exchanges and direct all officials to cooperate fully with the delegates. Amnesty International (AI) says the UN Working Group on Enforced and Involuntary Disappearances (WGEID) visit to Sri Lanka offers an important opportunity for the UN and the Government of Sri Lanka to work collaboratively to end enforced disappearances, account for the past and take effective measures to ensure that the crime can never again committed with impunity in Sri Lanka.WGEID is preparing for its first visit to Sri Lanka in 15 years. Amnesty International says this important visit will raise the hopes of thousands of families of the disappeared that with the UN’s help they may finally discover the fates and whereabouts of their missing relatives and have the opportunity to pursue justice and reparation. Amnesty International believes these to be vital steps to protect human rights and account for the past. The failure of successive governments to end the practice of enforced disappearances, clarify the whereabouts or fates of victims and prosecute persons suspected of committing this crime under international law has done incalculable harm to Sri Lankan society and eroded public faith in the rule of law. Continued failure to account for violations against Sri Lanka’s Tamil minority in particular fuels grievance and alienation in that community that could impede efforts at communal reconciliation. (Colombo Gazette)
by The Canadian Press Posted May 26, 2014 8:58 am MDT Horwath won’t say how much NDP would spend on Ring of Fire in north Ontario THUNDER BAY, Ont. – NDP Leader Andrea Horwath won’t say how much the New Democrats would invest in the mineral-rich Ring of Fire in northern Ontario if they win the June 12 election.Speaking in Thunder Bay this morning, Horwath would say only there is “ample room” in her plan to develop the massive chromite deposit without delay.A spokeswoman for the NDP says the Ring of Fire work is covered under the party’s $29-billion infrastructure commitment, which mirrors the plan in the Liberal budget.Horwath is scheduled to face off against Premier Kathleen Wynne in a debate on northern issues just after noon.Progressive Conservative Leader Tim Hudak refused to take part in the debate, citing a scheduling conflict, and instead made a campaign stop in Peterborough today.Wynne has pledged to spend $1 billion to build a transportation route to the remote Ring of Fire deposit, with or without Ottawa’s help, if the Liberals are re-elected. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
It’s a sibling’s dream come true: little brother getting the opportunity to beat up big brother. The Posey sibling rivalry was in full force during Ohio State’s 43-7 win over its “little brother” school, Ohio University. “It’s always been our dream and now it’s kind of our reality,” DeVier Posey said. The Buckeyes took home the win, and wide receiver DeVier took home bragging rights from big brother Julian, a Bobcat cornerback. Julian might have two years on his little brother, but on Saturday, that’s all he had. DeVier remembered the last time the two teams faced off against one another in 2008, when Julian promised a beat down. The Buckeyes edged their way to a 26-14 victory that day. Saturday’s game wasn’t as close. Early in the game on his first catch, DeVier offered Julian a stiff arm to the face mask and a little bit of trash talk. “I just told him, ‘you better get in the weight room,’” DeVier said. In the first quarter, Julian escaped for a 99-yard kickoff return for a touchdown before a penalty called it back. “I was happy for him. At first I was like, ‘Oh man, I’m not gonna hear the end of this,’” DeVier said. “It’s hard to stop a guy with the last name Posey,” Julian said. The brothers caught up with one another after the game. “He says he got robbed on that kickoff return but you know he’s going to think that the rest of his life,” DeVier said. Growing up, Julian wasn’t always the bully. The loss of their father in 1999 made the two extremely close. Julian took the big brother role seriously and served as a role model, DeVier said. They are best friends and don’t go a day without talking, but this week DeVier said they hadn’t spoken since Wednesday. There wasn’t much trash talk on the field. DeVier had a different strategy to rattle his brother. “I was trying to steal all of his accessories,” DeVier said. “I think there was one time I stole his towel.” More than 40 family members donned T-shirts that boasted “Posey Bowl II” in support of both teams. Proud mother Julie Posey had a colorful jersey, split scarlet and gray on one side and green on the other. “I am really, really glad it’s over and I’m ready to party with my babies now,” Julie said. “It was a good time and kind of crazy to go against him, but it really wasn’t as emotional as I thought,” DeVier said. Looking down the road, DeVier knows what he’s going to tell his family. “The first thing I’m going to say is like, ‘Dang do you remember that score? We like whooped ya’ll man,’ and it’s just gonna silence all talk after that,” DeVier said. Julian’s prepared to hear it. “Man, I gotta live with this the rest of my life,” Julian said. At the end of the day, who got the best of whom? “I mean, you saw the scoreboard,” DeVier said.
Two bandits are now being hunted after they reportedly pounced on a jeweller on Monday night (New Year’s) and relieved him of over $300,000 worth of jewellery in Georgetown.According to information received, the jeweller- who was identified as Dexter Forrester, 27, of Two Friends Housing Scheme, Ann’s Grove, East Coast Demerara- was reportedly attacked at around 23:10hrs.INews understands that Forrester, was on the corner of America and Longden Streets, Georgetown, where he would usually ply his trade, and was in the process of packing up his stocks into his motorcar when he noticed a silver/grey Toyota Premio motorcar heading up America Street.He told police that the vehicle drove past him on the one way road, stopped, then reversed and parallel parked alongside him, after which one of the bandits, armed with a gun, exited the vehicle and held him [Forrester] at gunpoint.“Don’t move,” the victim recalled being instructed as he felt the gun against his head.The other perpetrator then exited the motorcar and proceeded to relieve the jeweller of a gold chain valued $135,000, one diamond ring valued at $125,000 and $55,000 in cash.The bandits then fired one single shot into the air just before they re-entered their vehicle and fled the scene west along America Street and then north on to Water Street, Georgetown.Police were quickly contacted and persons in the area were questioned. However, they reportedly told ranks that they heard a loud explosion but presumed it to be nothing more than fireworks and as such paid it no mind.Investigations are continuing.(Ramona Luthi) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedJeweller robbed of gold chain by armed banditsDecember 27, 2017In “Crime”Armed bandits attack, rob East Ruimveldt man of over $400,000 in valuablesJanuary 2, 2018In “Crime”Two attacked, carjacked in separate armed robberiesDecember 16, 2017In “Crime”
The Ubuntu development team have decided to make a few changes around the release of the next version of Ubuntu, which is 11.04 or Natty Narhwal.Unlike in previous releases, 11.04 will not be getting a release candidate. It was originally planned to go live on April 21, but the team realized a lot of developers and testers won’t be around because it falls so close to Easter.AdChoices广告The solution was to drop the release candidate on April 21. Instead, a second beta (or release quality iteration) is being released on April 14 when everyone is still around and proper testing and fixes can be implemented.The release date for the final version remains set at April 28, but new usable versions will appear on both April 7 and the newly announced April 14 deadline. You can view the full schedule by visiting the Ubuntu Wiki.Read more at Digitizor
‘Star Wars Pinball’ Has Your Favorite Brand in Ball Form‘Super Smash Bros. Ultimate’ Was Final Mission From Late Nintendo President Let’s be completely honest with each other: we’ve all licked our electronic devices. Don’t pretend that you haven’t. For whatever reason, we can’t seem to help ourselves from giving any new electronic we buy a quick taste. With that said, you’re going to want to keep Nintendo Switch cartridges as far away from your mouth as possible. Unlike most electronics, these small SD cards have a repulsive taste. However, there is a good reason for it.Nintendo sent a statement to The Verge (who conducted its own taste test) to explain the god-awful taste of Nintendo Switch cartridges. It turns out that it was a deliberate move on Nintendo’s part.“To avoid the possibility of accidental ingestion, keep the game card away from young children,” said Nintendo. “A bittering agent (Denatonium Benzoate) has also been applied to the game card. This bittering agent is non-toxic.”IGN’s Alanah Pearce also confirmed that the taste was by design… and that it is vile.Okay, so, turns out Nintendo Switch cartridges taste awful so kids won’t eat them. I, uh, just licked one and can confirm: TASTES BAD MAN.— Alanah Pearce (@Charalanahzard) March 1, 2017As crazy as this all sounds, it makes perfect sense. Nintendo has always made its consoles, accessories, and games kid-friendly. It stands to reason that they would want to keep small children (and curious adults) from choking to death on the tiny Switch cartridges. That would make for some pretty awful press, after all.Does the Nintendo Switch itself have this same horrible taste? I should be getting my system tomorrow when it launches. I’ll gladly take one for the team and give it a taste to see what happens. I’ll make sure to do it before breakfast just in case it has a disgusting taste. I sure hope it doesn’t because the console does look good enough to lick. Don’t judge me.Want to learn more? Here’s everything you need to know about the Nintendo Switch. Stay on target
Disgruntled by the lack of playing time, Real Madrid goalkeeper Keylor Navas has recently admitted his frustration with his current status at the Estadio Santiago BernabeuThe 31-year-old Costa Rican goalie was Los Blancos first-choice shot-stopper for four straight seasons following his €10m-transfer from Levante back in 2014.During his fruitful spell with Real Madrid, Navas has won three Champions League titles, one La Liga trophy, two UEFA Super Cups, and three FIFA Club World Cups.However, after the arrival of Thibaut Courtois from Chelsea in the summer, the experienced shot-stopper has lost his place between the posts.Zidane reveals Sergio Ramos injury concern for Real Madrid Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Zinedine Zidane has put Sergio Ramos’ availability for Real Madrid’s trip to Sevilla next weekend in doubt after withdrawing him against Levante.Often left on the bench, Keylor Navas has had to settle with just five top-flight outings this campaign, which started to annoy the Perez Zeledon native.“I’ve gone from winning three straight Champions League titles to not playing at all,” he told El Chiringuito, which was later broadcasted by Managingmadrid.com.After Julen Lopetegui got sacked, Courtois has taken Navas’ spot even in the Champions League under the new boss Santiago Solari.As things stand, former Albacete man could part company with the club in the upcoming transfer session looking for the regular first-team action.
In a year of challenge and change in agriculture, farmers have the opportunity to learn from the experts, see game-changing equipment and technology, and network with thousands of their fellow farmers during the 2020 Commodity Classic—Thursday, Feb. 27 through Saturday, Feb. 29, 2020, in San Antonio, Texas.Commodity Classic is America’s largest farmer-led, farmer-focused educational and agricultural experience—combining a robust schedule of educational sessions, a huge trade show, inspiring speakers, presentations from nationally-recognized ag thought leaders, first-rate entertainment and the opportunity to network with thousands of farmers from across the nation.“See Your Future Clearly” is the theme for the 2020 Commodity Classic—and the schedule taking shape is designed to help farmers position themselves for success, especially in times of challenge and change.Educational sessions at Commodity Classic are expected to include marketing insights, soil health, farm policy, yield-boosting production practices, new products and technologies and more. Speakers will include well-known agricultural experts, industry leaders and a number of innovative farmers from across the United States.The trade show is expected to feature some 400 exhibitors showcasing the latest technology, equipment and innovation. Farmers consistently rate the trade show highly, citing the quality of the conversations they have with exhibitors as well as the expertise of the company staff in attendance. A continually-updated list of exhibitors is available by clicking the Trade Show tab at CommodityClassic.com.To view the tentative schedule and sign up for email updates as more details are available, visit CommodityClassic.com. Registration and housing for the 2020 Commodity Classic will open in mid-November.Established in 1996, Commodity Classic is presented annually by the American Soybean Association, National Corn Growers Association, National Association of Wheat Growers, National Sorghum Producers and the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.
Clark County has agreed to pay Anita Largent $250,000, so long as she steps down as the Department of Environmental Service’s division manager for sustainability and outreach.The terms of Clark County’s settlement agreement with Largent, who sued the county alleging unlawful hiring practices, were released on Tuesday. The lawsuit called for damages of at least $300,000.The settlement was reached after an all-day mediation session with retired Clark County Superior Court Judge John Skimas.Since Friday, Largent has been on paid administrative leave. Her last official day of work is June 15. She is not expected to return to work before then and is currently on vacation.“Everybody realized it’s difficult for something like this to happen and then have everyone go about business like it didn’t happen,” said Greg Ferguson, Largent’s attorney.Environmental services staffers were notified of Largent’s leave of absence on Friday. The county wouldn’t acknowledge Monday that the settlement had been completed.
Employee Benefits Live 2015: Career development support needs to be at the heart of total reward strategies of the future, according to Jane Marsh, group people director at drinks manufacturer Innocent Drinks.Speaking at Employee Benefits Live as part of the opening keynote speech, Marsh said that her staff, a large number of whom are aged between 20 and 30, are increasingly demanding support for their career development in addition to pay and benefits.She said: “How we look at reward is much more than about pay and benefits. Staff want to see a career path, but it is not always obvious how to provide that, so we have spent a lot of time talking to them about how to do this and have completely redefined our learning and development offering with an emphasis on emotional intelligence.”The development strand of Innocent Drinks’ total reward package offers staff support for their career growth and core development, as well as access to a study fund and coaching.Marsh explained: “We have shifted from focusing on teaching staff how to do things to explaining what is involved in doing things, such as Power Point presentations and how to read a profit and loss account, and we are developing their life skills in the process.”The development proposition is part of Innocent Drinks’ wider employee engagement strategy, which Marsh says is crucial because of the short shelf life of its products.The speed with which the organisation’s drinks need to be turned around for sale to help minimise the amount of food wastage involved in the manufacturing process requires an exceptionally high level of staff loyalty.Marsh finished her presentation with a call for fellow employers to consider their own approach to reward, particularly in terms of training.She said: “The level of demand for development is the strongest I’ve ever seen. Staff are really looking at, and focused on, development and want their employers to play a strong part in supporting them through career opportunities and training.”“Organisations need to be constantly aware of what staff are looking for.”
Related posts:La Sele qualifies for quarterfinals with close victory over Bermuda Going for Gold: ‘La Sele’ unveils special Gold Cup uniforms Costa Rica falls to Peru, 1-0, in Gold Cup warmup Gold Cup 2019 Preview: Will Costa Rica claim the crown? Costa Rica’s surprise defeat to Haiti on Monday slotted the men’s national soccer team into a quarterfinal matchup with Mexico.La Sele will meet El Tri on Saturday at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.Here’s how the 2019 Gold Cup knockout-stage bracket is shaping up so far: Via Gold Cup.Mexico were clear favorites heading into the regional tournament, and Saturday’s match is a chance for Costa Rica to prove it remains one of CONCACAF’s best teams. El Tri finished atop Group A with victories over Cuba (7-0), Canada (3-1) and Martinique (3-2).As ESPN explains, Mexico plays an aggressive, attacking style under manager Gerardo “Tata” Martino:The immediate goal for Martino is to drill his players in the 4-3-3 formation, to pin teams back into their own half, have the full-backs push forward and, importantly, put the brakes on other teams hitting Mexico on the transition.The three victories, 13 goals scored and domination of most of the games El Tri has involved in shows that the players have picked up Martino’s fundamental principles with relative ease.Costa Rica, meanwhile, is still searching for its own identity under manager Gustavo Matosas.While La Sele blasted Nicaragua, 4-0, to open Gold Cup play, the team has otherwise performed poorly this year. That was evidenced Monday, when Costa Rica was outclassed as its lead slipped away in the second half.A loss against Mexico would bring Costa Rica’s record under Matosas to 3-0-5 and mark another disappointing tournament performance for La Sele after its lackluster showing at the 2018 World Cup.Monday’s result against Haiti is also an ominous sign for Costa Rica as CONCACAF Nations League play approaches. La Sele will play home-and-away matches against regional opponents Haiti and Curaçao starting Sept. 7, with the top team advancing to the semifinals.But first, Mexico awaits, representing an opportunity for Costa Rica to reestablish itself among CONCACAF’s best. Facebook Comments
PHOENIX – The NFL released the schedule for next season and with it the list of prime time games on Sunday and Monday night football where the league typically puts the best teams.The Arizona Cardinals don’t have any prime time games on either Sunday or Monday night football next season.It only took one awful season for the league to relegate the Cardinals to second class status.It’s hard to argue the Cardinals deserve a spot in any high profile game considering how bad they looked last season and their uncertainty at the quarterback position. D-backs president Derrick Hall: Franchise ‘still focused on Arizona’ Top Stories What an MLB source said about the D-backs’ trade haul for Greinke 0 Comments Share Nevada officials reach out to D-backs on potential relocation Cardinals’ coach Ken Whisenhunt will miss playing in the spotlight next season.“You do like to play in the prime time games,” said Whisenhunt.The Cardinals coach is holding out hope, with the alternate flex scheduling on Sunday Night Football, that his team can still find a way to play themselves into a prime time slot.“If we can get our stuff together and play well maybe we’ll get the opportunity for that later in the year,” said Whisenhunt.The Cardinals will have to improve drastically for any chance of that to happen. Cardinals expect improving Murphy to contribute right away
4 Comments Share (AP Photo/John Amis) Top Stories Fast forward to 2019 and there is no doubt that the most talked about topic in Arizona sports is whether or not the Cardinals will draft Oklahoma quarterback Kyler Murray with the No. 1 overall pick. However, where would that leave quarterback Josh Rosen?Rosen didn’t exactly light up the league in his first season, but he did show potential. The 22-year-old threw for 2,278 yards, 11 touchdowns and 14 interceptions in 14 games.Kiper gave his thoughts on the 2018 first round selection:But if the team isn’t sold on quarterback Josh Rosen, how could I be? I’m surprised to see so many folks down on the former UCLA star this offseason. He is super talented and didn’t get a ton of help in Year 1. There’s no doubt he struggled, though, and he looked out of his depth far too often. Still, are the Cardinals really going to trade him after one year of evaluating him on a terrible team? We knew he needed some time to develop, and he’s still just 22. Besides, if Arizona trades Rosen and drafts Kyler Murray No. 1, Murray is going to struggle behind that offensive line, too.Kiper also gave the Cardinals a C+ grade in his post-draft grade back in April 2018. The rest of the NFC West did not see any massive changes in grades from Kiper either.The San Francisco 49ers moved up from a B- to a B, the Seattle Seahawks moved up from a C+ to a B and the Los Angeles Rams kept the B- they were originally given.This year, the Cardinals own 11 draft picks, including the No. 1 overall selection. Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling After drafting their potential franchise quarterback in the first round, the Arizona Cardinals finished the 2018 season as the worst team in the NFL and with a lot more questions than answers.One of those questions has been whether or not the Cardinals did well in the 2018 NFL Draft.Looking at the team’s 2018 draft class, ESPN’s Mel Kiper Jr. gave the Cardinals a C+ grade in his draft regrade.Along with his grade, Kiper provided some insight: The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact This is a tough one. Arizona was the league’s worst team in 2018, and it was a one-and-done year for coach Steve Wilks. And yet the Cardinals got production out of their rookies. Day 2 picks Christian Kirk (43 catches, 3 TDs) and Mason Cole (played 99.9 percent of offensive snaps at center) were solid. Running back Chase Edmonds (fourth round) and linebacker Zeke Turner (undrafted) got some snaps, and so did offensive linemen Korey Cunningham (seventh round) and Colby Gossett (sixth round; cut by Vikings), if only because Arizona’s offensive line was devastated by injuries.Even with missing the last four games of the year with a broken foot, rookie receiver Christian Kirk ranked fifth among all rookies in receiving yards (590) and tied for fifth among rookies in receiving yards per game (49.2).Related LinksReports: Cardinals met with Kyler Murray on Oklahoma campusArizona Sports NFL Mock Draft Tracker: Who’s next for the Cards at No. 1?After starting camp as the backup to center A.Q Shipley, rookie center Mason Cole became the only member of the Cardinals offensive line to start all 16 games of the season.The Cardinals also selected cornerback Chris Campbell in the sixth round, however he was waived in early September. Campbell signed a deal to join the New Orleans Saints’ practice squad last October.
A new protocol with more detailed guidelines for crisis and injury management by the health and safety committee of the education ministry will be enforced immediately in all primary and secondary schools, the ministry said on Friday.Education minister Costas Hambiaouris visited the educational facilities of Polis Chysochous on Friday, and addressed the new protocol in his discussion with the local school authorities, noting that it is the result of the recent dialogue with parent groups and education organisations.The protocol also comes after an urgent need arose for common a response strategy across all schools following the death of 10-year-old Stavros Giorgallis after an accident while at school in Alethriko, Larnaca in May.“The new protocol will not mark a radical transformation to health and safety procedures in schools, as a similar one was already being enforced,” the chairman of the health and safety committee, Elias Markadjis, told the Cyprus Mail on Friday.“Rather, the new version is the result of a closer cooperation with the health ministry, and provides more complete and detailed guidelines of the procedure to be followed,” Markadjis added.The protocol, signed by the principals of all primary, secondary, and technical schools, outlines four action steps in cases relating to the injury of a student, aiming to create a common response system to such incidents.According to the protocol, “in cases where a student is seriously injured or has even lost consciousness, an ambulance must be called immediately”.The four action steps to be taken in cases of serious injury are listed in the protocol: relief efforts and first aid must be administered by a competent teacher, then an ambulance must be called before informing the child’s guardian, and finally the school management must be informed so that a detailed report on the incident may be prepared.In cases of less serious injuries, the first and third steps must be carried out, namely the provision of relief and first aid and the informing of the student’s guardian, who is then responsible for deciding whether the child must be given professional medical care.The same procedure is followed for cases occurring outside school grounds, the protocol clarifies.In cases of doubt regarding the necessary steps to be taken, the protocol notes that the four-step action plan for serious injuries must be followed.To ensure that incidents are managed effectively, the protocol suggests that each school draws up its own action plan at the beginning of the school year, which will list the members of the school staff responsible for dealing with cases of serious injury and sickness.The final version of the protocol will be implemented immediately, while the aim of the parties involved is to keep the protocol updated according to any new and unforeseen situations that arise.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesNew Rule in Rowland Heights, California Leaves Drivers FumingInsured Nation – Auto Insurance QuotesUndoLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsThese SUVs Are The Cream Of The Crop. Search For 2019 Luxury Crossover SUV DealsLuxury Crossover SUV I Search AdsUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoThe Deniz boat incident showed clearly the intentions of the Turkish sideUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
The British woman who claims she was raped by 12 men in Ayia Napa last Wednesday will be asked to identify the rapists in a police line-up if necessary, a police spokesman said on Monday.According to police, DNA samples have been taken from all of them but the results have not yet been obtained.Twelve Israeli tourists were arrested early on Wednesday on suspicion of having taken part in the alleged gang rape of the 19-year-old female British tourist in Ayia Napa. They were remanded in court for eight days on Thursday.It is thought the ID line-up could lead to some of the Israelis being released.The 19-year-old filed a report to police on Wednesday, claiming that she was raped by 12 men, all Israeli nationals, in the Ayia Napa hotel where she has been staying during her visit.Reports say that three of the Israelis admit to having had sex with the woman, which they said was consensual. The remaining nine are said to have been in the same room at the hotel.The woman was medically examined and the suspects were questioned. Israel’s Channel 12 news reported that three of the teenagers were exercising their right to remain silent during police interrogation.The Times of Israel reported that two of the suspects were aged 16 and 17.The group are believed to have come to the island on holiday ahead of their army service. They said the British tourist struck a friendship with two members of the group, with one of the two helping English to Hebrew communication.The Jerusalem Post quoted one of the mothers of the Israelis telling Israel’s Channel 12 that her son doesn’t speak English well and can’t understand the legal process. According to her, he called her “in tears” and said, “I didn’t do anything.”Israeli Embassy official Yossef Wurmbrand said the suspects’ ages ranged from 15 to 18 and that the embassy is monitoring the case closely and stands ready to provide support to the suspects and their families, The Times of Israel said.The arrested teenagers reportedly told the Daily Mail they were beaten by other British holidaymakers and then by police officers. You May LikeCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityWe protect our home with earthquake insuranceCalifornia Earthquake AuthorityUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoIcePopMan Notices A Strange Hole In This Lake, So He Gets A Drone, Flies It Inside And Captures ThisIcePopUndo Our View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoA grotesque choice of prime minister for Britain?UndoTales from the Coffeeshop: Lies, lies and holy revelationsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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