Azuero Earth Project’s first ever fundraising event, Azuero on the Harbor, will take place on September 1, 2012 in the Springs in East Hampton at the home of renowned artist Cindy Sherman.The afternoon event will feature entertainment by Rufus Wainwright, Laurie Anderson, Ruben Blades and Luba Mason in a casual, intimate and family friendly setting. Cindy Sherman’s property on Accabonac Harbor, surrounded by protected marshlands, is a natural jewel that beautifully embodies the mission of the Azuero Earth Project.The mission of the Azuero Earth Project is to preserve the earth’s ecosystems, protect biodiversity, and promote healthy communities by helping people to make informed decisions, take sustainable actions, and share knowledge.The festivities will include an informal tapas picnic of locally sourced food and drink with a Panamanian accent. For sale, and included with upper tier ticket purchases, will be a set of limited edition Lenox bone china plates with images by artists Richard Prince, Ed Ruscha, Teresita Fernández, April Gornik, Mary Heilmann, and Maya Lin. The event will be limited to 250 guests.For more information, click here.
Rabat – Moroccan airline Royal Air Maroc (RAM) launched a new flight route between Casablanca and Porto, Portugal on June 25.There will be three flights a week between Mohammed V airport in Casablanca and Francisco Sa-Carneiro airport in Porto, Portugal’s second largest city.The new route will be taken by aboard a Boeing 737-700 or 800. Flights will depart from Casablanca on Mondays, Thursdays, and Sundays at 3:05 p.m., and will arrive in Porto at the local time of 4:45 p.m. Flights will return from Porto on the same days, leaving at 5:45 p.m. and arriving to Morocco at 7:20 p.m.RAM’s regional director for Portugal, Adil Korchi, told MAP that given almost three tons of freight are available on each flight, the new journey is “quite a good opportunity for import and export companies” from each of the two countries.Royal Air Maroc offered thrice weekly flights between Casablanca and Porto in December 2010, but this journey was abandoned at the end of the winter season.
14 June 2010United Nations relief agencies are dispatching emergency aid and staff to Central Asia, where tens of thousands of refugees have crossed into Uzbekistan as they flee several days of deadly ethnic clashes in southern Kyrgyzstan. More than 75,000 ethnic Uzbeks are estimated to have fled Kyrgyzstan since Friday, the UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs (OCHA) reported today, citing figures from the Government of Uzbekistan.The UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said it is preparing to deploy both aid supplies and staff with experience in dealing with emergencies, such as field officers and logistics experts, to help the new arrivals in Uzbekistan. The aid will be sent from the agency’s stockpile in Dubai.More than 110 people are confirmed to have died and at least 1,300 others are injured as a result of the clashes between ethnic Kyrgyz and Uzbeks that erupted last week. The southern Kyrgyz city of Osh has been the worst affected by the violence, but there have been reports of widespread killing, looting and marauding in Jalalabat and several rural districts as well.OCHA reported that the majority of residents in the ethnic Uzbek neighbourhoods of Osh has either abandoned their homes or barricaded themselves inside.“We are very grateful for the willingness of the Uzbek authorities to welcome and receive people fleeing violence in Kyrgyzstan,” said António Guterres, the UN High Commissioner for Refugees, in a statement.“We have agreed with the Uzbek Government to support their efforts and assist tens of thousands, mostly women and children, seeking safety.”Kyrgyzstan has been wracked by unrest this year and in early April a violent uprising ousted the then president Kurmanbek Bakiyev.This evening the Security Council issued a press statement condemning the violence in Kyrgyzstan and calling for a return to the rule of law as soon as possible.In the statement, read out by Ambassador Claude Heller of Mexico, which holds the rotating Council presidency this month, the 15-member panel said it would continue to monitor the situation closely.Earlier, the Under-Secretary-General for Political Affairs B. Lynn Pascoe briefed the Council on the latest developments in Central Asia.He said the UN expects to launch a flash appeal later this week for people affected by the violence and unrest, with shortages of food, water and electricity all reported.Mr. Pascoe stressed that it is vital to open a humanitarian corridor in Kyrgyzstan so that UN agencies and other aid providers can deliver assistance as soon as possible.Meanwhile, UN High Commissioner for Human Rights Navi Pillay urged local and national authorities in Kyrgyzstan “to take swift and decisive action to protect citizens, irrespective of their ethnic origin, and curb the violence.”Ms. Pillay was she was disturbed by the scale of the violence and the inter-ethnic nature of the attacks.“It seems indiscriminate killings, including of children, and rapes have been taking place on the basis of ethnicity. This is a very dangerous situation, given the ethnic patchwork in this part of Kyrgyzstan, as well as in neighbouring areas of Uzbekistan.“It has been known for many years that this region is a potential tinder-box, and for that reason it is essential that the authorities act firmly to halt the fighting – which appears to be orchestrated, targeted and well planned – before it spreads further.”Some media reports have suggested that authorities in southern Kyrgyzstan have adopted a shoot-to-kill policy in the wake of the violence, and Ms. Pillay stressed that this is not the answer.“A state of emergency has been declared, and this is probably a necessary decision in the circumstances. However, the right to life and the right not to be tortured cannot be set aside during an emergency. Security forces need to be given strict instructions to avoid unnecessary force, and to steer clear of taking sides in the conflict, while still doing their utmost to bring an end to the violence.”For her part, Radhika Coomaraswamy, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Children and Armed Conflict, expressed her concern over reports that children are being killed, maimed and displaced during the clashes, calling on all parties to show restraint.“Children are particularly vulnerable and have no place in conflict,” she stressed. “I ask for humanitarian aid to focus on the young at risk of physical and psychological trauma and I will continue to closely monitor the situation.”The UN Children’s Fund (UNICEF) has also issued a statement voicing deep concern about the situation in southern Kyrgyzstan.“UNICEF has received distressing reports, including photographs, of children being displaced, traumatized, separated from family members, and even being killed,” the agency said.“UNICEF urges all parties to take all necessary measures to protect children, who are always the most vulnerable in conflicts, and stresses that no children should be involved in conflict or participate in demonstrations.”The agency has sent emergency supplies – including tents, blankets, health kits, kitchen sets and water purification tablets – to those who have fled the fighting sheltering in the Fergana Valley near the border between Uzbekistan and Kyrgyzstan.The Uzbek Government has opened schools and colleges to accommodate refugees – the vast majority of whom are women, children and the elderly – streaming out of Osh and Jalalabad since the fighting started last week.Over the weekend, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon, who is conducting an official visit to Africa, conferred by telephone on the situation in Kyrgyzstan with Kanat Sauabayev, the Chairman-in-Office of the Organization for Security and Cooperation (OSCE).Miroslav Jenča, the Special Representative of the Secretary-General and head of the Regional Centre for Preventive Diplomacy for Central Asia (UNRCCA), visited Osh a week ago and is also holding discussions with the envoys of the OSCE and the European Union (EU).
Marapana said that the decision to enforce the UN resolution was taken after weeks of discussions. Sri Lanka today defended the decision taken to enforce a United Nations (UN) resolution on North Korea.Foreign Minister Tilak Marapana told Parliament that Sri Lanka, as a member of the UN, has an obligation to implement any UN resolution. The Government, had over the weekend, enforced the UN resolution in a gazette notice related to North Korea while a separate gazette was also issued on a UN resolution related to nuclear and chemical weapons.The gazette notice on North Korea notes that a person in Sri Lanka or a citizen of Sri Lanka outside Sri Lanka will be prohibited from supplying, selling or transfering, directly or indirectly, any item or any luxury item designated by the United Nations Security Council to any person in North Korea or any person acting on behalf of North Korea. The opposition questioned the Government’s decision to enforce the UN resolution. The gazette also says a person shall not cause or permit a vessel or an aircraft to be used for the purpose of carrying out activities specified in the resolution or for purposes of procurement of coal, iron, iron ore, copper, nickel, silver and zinc, or statues from North Korea or by their nationals.The Sri Lankan Government also said that a person in Sri Lanka or a citizen of Sri Lanka outside Sri Lanka will be prohibited from providing or receiving assets, financial services, technical training, advice, services or assistance related to the provision, manufacture, production, possession, acquisition maintenance, stockpiling, storage, development, transportation, transfer or use of any designated item to any person in North Korea or any citizen of North Korea. (Colombo Gazette)
Central bank report on domestic business confidence lifts Canadian dollar by David Friend, The Canadian Press Posted Jan 14, 2013 5:05 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email TORONTO – The Canadian dollar moved higher Monday after a report showed improved confidence in the domestic business community.The loonie rose 0.07 of a cent to 101.65 cents US.A new survey by the Bank of Canada suggests Canadian business executives are looking forward to better conditions in 2013 than last year. The central bank’s latest quarterly business outlook survey shows firms on balance think sales and employment will pick up after a tough 2012.The outcome of the survey was somewhat more positive than expected, partly because it was compiled in mid-December as the U.S. was enveloped in concerns about the pending fiscal cliff. Economists had set the bar low under the assumption that uncertainty in the U.S. would influence the survey.The survey is based on responses from senior management at 100 firms chosen as a representative sample of the overall economy.“The text in the document maintains a cautious tone, suggesting there is a slight mismatch between movements in the various components and how businesses actually view the economy,” Ian Pollick, fixed income strategist at RBC Dominion Securities, said in a note.“Crucially, many businesses are now focusing on investment spending as a means to use existing capital more intensively rather than spending plans related to major new products.”Key commodities rose to their highest levels in several months. The February crude contract lifted 58 cents to $94.14 on the New York Mercantile Exchange, bringing oil to near a four-month high.Gold prices ended the session at a three-month high, up $8.80 for the February contract at US$1,669.40 an ounce. March copper dipped two cents to $3.63 a pound.
OTTAWA – A senior Boeing official says the U.S. aerospace giant’s trade dispute with Montreal-based rival Bombardier is a “company-to-company issue,” and that it still hopes to sell Super Hornet jets to Canada.Leanne Caret, the head of Boeing’s multibillion-dollar defence and space division, made the comments on the sidelines of the Paris Air Show this week, where her company was snubbed by Canadian officials.Members of the Canadian government met F-35 manufacturer Lockheed Martin and other fighter jet makers in Paris on Monday and Tuesday, but refused to have any contact with Boeing.Economic Development Minister Navdeep Bains specifically cited Boeing’s complaints to the U.S. Commerce Department about Canadian rival Bombardier as the reason for the cold shoulder.In an interview Thursday in Toronto at an event organized by the New York Times, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said the dispute threatens to hurt not only Canada, but the U.S. and cross-border relations as well.“There are thousands of small companies and jobs across the United States that are direct suppliers to Bombardier,” he said.“Any actions against a Canadian company that we believe in deeply and will defend is not going to just hurt relations between our two countries and choices we may make around procurement, but also impact American jobs and American companies.”Caret, however, highlighted in an interview with U.S.-based Defense News what she said was Boeing’s nearly 100-year “working relationship” with Canada and the federal government.“This is very much a company-to-company issue that we’re working through,” she said of the dispute with Bombardier.“I’m looking forward to continued dialogue with the Canadian government in terms of the capabilities that they need, and how our best products might be best suited.”The comments are the first from a senior Boeing official since the Liberal government threatened last month to scrap plans to buy 18 “interim” Super Hornets over the company’s dispute with Bombardier.The Trudeau government announced last November plans to purchase the planes to temporarily fill a critical shortage of fighter jets until a full competition to replace Canada’s aging CF-18s.The government said at the time that the Super Hornet was the only aircraft able to meet its immediate requirements, including being a mature design compatible with U.S. fighters.But that was before Boeing lodged a complaint with the U.S. Commerce Department that alleged Bombardier was selling its CSeries jet liners at an unfair price with help from federal government subsidies.American authorities are currently investigating the complaint and are expected to decide in the coming weeks or months whether to penalize Bombardier with fines or tariffs.A government source confirmed this week that Boeing’s rivals used their meetings with Canadian officials in Paris to pitch their own jets in the event the Liberals follow through on their threat to Boeing.But Defence Minister Harjit Sajjan said this week that the Liberals continue to work closely with the U.S. government, through which any sale of interim Super Hornets to Canada would actually be arranged.And defence chief Gen. Jonathan Vance left the door open to buying Super Hornets, telling a House of Commons committee that while Boeing is “a bad partner now, maybe they become a good partner again.”Many defence experts, including retired air force commanders, have criticized the Liberals’ plan to purchase interim Super Hornets and called for an immediate competition to replace Canada’s CF-18s.A survey of 75 such experts conducted by the Macdonald-Laurier Institute and released last week found that the vast majority didn’t believe there was a shortage of jets, known as a capability gap.Vance, however, told the committee on Tuesday that the capability gap is real. Boeing plays down Bombardier dispute, still hopes to sell fighter jets to Canada by Lee Berthiaume, The Canadian Press Posted Jun 22, 2017 10:10 am MDT Last Updated Jun 22, 2017 at 2:00 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
“Many of you, as journalists, activists, policy-makers and representatives of civil society, have played a vital role in promoting transparency, accountability and democracy,” Mr. Ban told the International Media Seminar on Peace in the Middle East Peace that began today in Istanbul, Turkey.“I urge you to continue to advance peace and increase mutual understanding between communities, especially Palestinians and Israelis,” the UN chief added in a message delivered by Peter Launsky-Tieffenthal, head of the world body’s Department of Public Information (DPI).The two-day seminar, organized by DPI and the Ministry of Foreign Affairs of Turkey, is part of an annual project established by the General Assembly in 1991 to look at the role of the media in advancing the peace efforts. This year, the seminar follows the first meeting in more than a year of the members of the diplomatic Quartet on the Middle East peace process – the UN, the European Union, Russia and the United States – held on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly high-level debate. “The Quartet statement makes it clear that it is determined to lend effective support to the efforts of the parties and their shared commitment to reach a permanent status agreement within nine months,” said UN Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, Robert Serry, in his keynote address to the seminar.Mr. Serry, who participated in the Quartet meeting and several recent rounds of negotiations between the parties, said he harbours some hope but admits it is “very guarded.” “It is now incumbent on the parties to sustain an enabling environment that offers a real chance for negotiations to move forward, take root, and achieve results,” Mr. Serry said. “As was also highlighted in the latest Quartet statement, both sides should take every possible step to promote conditions conducive to the success of the negotiating process and to refrain from actions that undermine trust or prejudge final status issues.”He quoted Mr. Ban who had said that “Israelis and Palestinians must quickly see visible peace dividends,” and urged positive measures to bring tangible improvements to security and socioeconomic conditions for both sides.The UN envoy further cautioned that violations of international law and violence risk undermining the confidence-building efforts necessary for peace negotiations. On Gaza, Mr. Serry said the situation remains “precarious and non-sustainable”. In particular, he highlighted the “growing deficit of required electricity” which stems from obsolete power infrastructure and fuel shortages due to the closing of illegal tunnels.“There is an urgent need for a safety net to ensure that continued provision of essential service,” he noted. Turning to the participants, the senior UN official stressed that they have a “special role” to play in the peace efforts by bridging the divide to try and bring about a better understanding of the other’s narrative.Throughout the seminar, participants will also hear from the Permanent Observer of Palestine to the UN, Riyad Mansour. The seminar’s panel discussions this year focus on: “Middle East’s peace process and media’s approach to the Palestinian issue”; “Forgotten discourses: Palestinian refugees and media’s agenda today,” “Young activists in Middle East, digital media and social media,” and “Role and effects of visual media on Palestine issue in Israeli-Palestine dispute.”Emphasizing the seminar’s focus on the media and its role in the search for Middle East peace and the question of Palestine, Mr. Launsky-Tieffenthal said the panel discussions are an opportunity for representatives of the media and of civil society from the region and beyond to come together to share their experiences and exchange their views.
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Sony Vaio : plus de 500.000 portables victimes d’un défautJapon – Sony a rappelé plus de 500.000 ordinateurs Vaio suite à un défaut de fabrication. Les appareils seraient victimes de graves surchauffes.En marge du scandale de Dell, qui aurait été au courant de la vente de près de 12 millions de portables défectueux, c’est au tour de Sony de rappeler 500.000 de ses appareils. Les ordinateurs de la gamme Vaio série CW2 et F11 feraient l’objet d’un défaut du module de gestion de la température interne. Résultat : des surchauffes qui peuvent entraîner de graves brûlures. Pour remédier à ce problème, le fabricant japonais a mis à disposition une mise à jour sur son site. 534.000 ordinateurs sont concernés en Europe, aux États-Unis et en Asie.Le 1 juillet 2010 à 15:21 • Emmanuel Perrin
For the Uruguayan footballer, the Portuguese striker was one of the best at Real Madrid and helped the team grown in the latest seasonsBarcelona’s forward Luis Suarez believes he couldn’t believe it when it was announced that Cristiano Ronaldo will not play anymore with Real Madrid.The Portuguese superstar was transferred to Italian Lega Serie A team Juventus for €100 million during the summer.And for Suarez, this was unexpected.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.“Obviously it came as a little surprise because of how good things had gone for him in Madrid, everything he had won there and how Madrid had helped him grow as a player,” the Uruguayan told ESPN.“So it surprises you a bit, but that’s football for you. One day you can say that you are happy where you are and the next day things may change. It’s a decision which must be respected, [it was] taken for a reason.”“But we are in the Spanish league and we’re competing against Real Madrid, Atletico, Sevilla, Valencia, Villarreal, and all the other teams,” he added.“We’re not competing against one player. One player can make a difference or can make a team better, but the reality is that we expect to be playing against the best Madrid possible, against the best Atletico and against the best teams and players.”
Categories: Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitter March 8, 2019 00:00 00:00 spaceplay / pause qunload | stop ffullscreenshift + ←→slower / faster ↑↓volume mmute ←→seek . seek to previous 12… 6 seek to 10%, 20% … 60% XColor SettingsAaAaAaAaTextBackgroundOpacity SettingsTextOpaqueSemi-TransparentBackgroundSemi-TransparentOpaqueTransparentFont SettingsSize||TypeSerif MonospaceSerifSans Serif MonospaceSans SerifCasualCursiveSmallCapsResetSave SettingsSAN DIEGO (KUSI) – Former Trump Campaign Chairman Paul Manafort was recently sentenced to 47 months in prison. He was found guilty of defrauding banks and the government and failing to pay taxes on millions of dollars.Joining KUSI to discuss the sentence is KUSI contributor and AM 760 radio host Mark Larson.Related stories:Former Trump campaign chairman Paul Manafort sentenced to 47 months for tax, bank fraud KUSI Newsroom, Posted: March 8, 2019 Mark Larson: Federal judge sentences Paul Manafort to 47 months in prison KUSI Newsroom
Mobile Culture Comment When did vacationing become all about the Instagram likes? Getty Images We’ve all taken our share of vacation photos or jealously scrolled through a friend’s pictures of a trip to an exotic beach. New data from online travel agency eDreams.net shows that pictures play a bigger part in where we’re traveling than we might’ve realized.More than half of US travelers chose their vacation destination based on how good the photos would look on Instagram, according to eDreams. US travelers come in third, however, after 58% of Italian travelers and 55% of Spanish travelers. US vacationers hold first place for editing their snapshots before uploading to social media. Fifty-one percent of US travelers admitted to adding a few filters before publishing an album. eDreams noted a divide between the US and Britain, though. In the US, a slew of vacation photos is interpreted as travelers having fun. In the UK, the poster is seen as a show-off. “We know that creating a picture-perfect life on social media is a growing trend, especially among millennials. With this new research, we see that US travelers are embracing this trend more than any other nation we surveyed,” Robert McNamara, from eDreams, said in a release Wednesday.eDreams conducted a poll through its website of 8,000 people who traveled by plane in Germany, France, Spain, the UK, Portugal, Italy and the US. Tags 2:38 Now playing: Watch this: Share your voice Put My Home in Vacation Mode 1 Instagram
Ayodhya: In 2011, the then Uttar Pradesh Chief Minister Mayawati had gotten Lucknows city centre, Hazratganj, painted pink. In 2019, the incumbent Chief Minister Yogi Adityanath is getting Ayodhya painted pale yellow which is just two shades away from saffron. Ayodhya will make everyone turn ‘yellow’ with envy when it readies for ‘Deepotsav’ on Diwali this year. Also Read – INX Media scam: HC to hear ED plea of Karti’s CA in Dec Advertise With Us The Ayodhya district administration has announced that it will paint all walls facing the main thoroughfare starting from the Sri Ram hospital to Naya Ghat, the route Diwali procession takes for ‘Deepotsav’, in yellow. “The decision of painting all buildings in one colour was taken by the Chief Minister. So, it was decided to paint Ayodhya in one colour to give it a beautiful look. The colour will not be ‘bhagwa’ (saffron) but pale yellow,” said Faizabad Divisional Commissioner, Manoj Misra. Also Read – Stop sale of ‘deadly’ stuff on Amazon, US lawmakers to Bezos Advertise With Us It is noteworthy that Sufi saints wear pale yellow robes and headgear. Sarfaraz Warsi, a caretaker at the Dewa Sharif Dargah which is a prominent Sufi shrine, said: “Ayodhya is known as the land of Lord Ram, but it also has great history of Sufi saints who spread the message of peace and brotherhood. This decision of painting Ayodhya in yellow colour will be a great example of the Ganga-Jamuni culture.” The Swarg Dwar temple in Ayodhya was painted pale yellow last year. Misra added that in the ‘Deepotsav’ celebrations this year, the King of Thailand, Maha Vajiralongkorn would be the chief guest.
People protest against the killing of journalist Jamal Khashoggi in Turkey outside the Saudi Arabian Embassy in London, Britain, 26 October 2018. Photo: ReutersSaudi Arabia on Saturday dismissed Turkey’s calls to extradite 18 Saudis wanted for the murder of critic Jamal Khashoggi, as Washington warned the crisis risked destabilising the Middle East.”The individuals are Saudi nationals. They’re detained in Saudi Arabia, and the investigation is in Saudi Arabia, and they will be prosecuted in Saudi Arabia,” foreign minister Adel al-Jubeir told a regional defence forum in Bahrain.He was responding to Turkish president Recep Tayyip Erdogan who on Friday renewed his call for the 18 men to be extradited for trial in Turkey.Khashoggi, 59, who had lived in self-imposed exile in the United States since 2017, vanished after entering the consulate on 2 October to obtain paperwork for his marriage to his Turkish fiancee.Gruesome reports have alleged that he was murdered and his body dismembered by a team sent from Saudi Arabia to silence the Washington Post columnist, who had criticised Saudi’s powerful crown prince Mohammad bin Salman.After weeks of denials, Riyadh has sought to draw a line under the crisis with an investigation.Prince Mohammad, heir to the oil-rich nation’s throne, publicly denounced the murder as “repulsive”, while the Saudi prosecutor acknowledged for the first time this week that based on the evidence of a Turkish investigation the killing had been “premeditated”.- ‘Undermining stability’ -But US defence secretary Jim Mattis, who was also addressing the Manama forum, warned that “the murder of Jamal Khashoggi in a diplomatic facility must concern us all greatly”.”Failure of any nation to adhere to international norms and the rule of law undermines regional stability at a time when it is needed most,” he stressed.Saudi authorities have arrested 18 men wanted by Ankara following the international furore over Khashoggi’s murder, which was reportedly carried out in the consulate by a team which flew to Istanbul.Five intelligence chiefs have been sacked, including two who were part of the crown prince’s inner circle.The journalist’s murder has generated international outrage and undermined Riyadh’s relations with the United States and other Western governments.But the Saudi foreign minister vowed Saturday “we will overcome it.””The issue, as I said, is being investigated. We will know the truth. We will hold those responsible accountable. And we will put in place mechanisms to ensure it doesn’t happen again,” Jubeir told the defence forum.On Thursday, CIA director Gina Haspel briefed US president Donald Trump on the latest developments in the investigation after a fact-finding mission to Turkey.Pro-government Turkish media said intelligence officers showed Haspel video images and audio tapes of Khashoggi’s killing gathered from the consulate.- ‘Savagery’ -But the body of Khashoggi, who was once an insider in Saudi royal circles, remains missing.”You need to show this body,” Erdogan insisted on Friday, indicating that his country had more evidence about the killing to reveal.The Turkish president, who has stopped short of directly blaming the Saudi government, added the 18 suspects must know who killed Khashoggi and repeated his call for the men to be tried in Turkey.”The culprit is among them. If that is not the case, then who is the local conspirator? You have to tell,” he said.”Unless you tell, Saudi Arabia will not be free from this suspicion.”Khashoggi’s fiancee Hatice Cengiz said in a TV interview on Friday that she never would have let him enter the consulate if she had thought that “Saudi Arabia authorities would hatch a plot” to kill him.”I demand that all those involved in this savagery from the highest to the lowest levels are punished and brought to justice,” Cengiz told the Haberturk television station.She said she had not been contacted by Saudi officials and was unlikely to go to Saudi Arabia for any funeral there if Khashoggi’s missing body is found.
To be sure, Netflix didn’t invent this off-book accounting method. Traditional media companies also report “commitments and contingencies” — the difference is, Netflix’s future payment obligations are an order of magnitude greater than most mediacos. For example, Viacom reported about $2.1 billion in long-term commitments as of Sept. 30, 2017 (including $354 million for talent contracts), roughly 16% of annual revenue for fiscal 2017. Netflix’s obligations at the end of 2017 were a whopping 151% of annual revenue, meaning its model is predicated on signing up tens of millions more customers (or raising prices) in the years ahead to meet those payment commitments. It’s a calculated bet by Netflix, but a relatively risky one.Actually, Netflix’s commitments-to-revenue ratio looks closer to ESPN/ABC — which had $45 billion in sports-programming rights commitments as of Sept. 30, 2017, per Disney’s 10-K. Disney and ESPN Media Networks’ sports content deals were 1.9 times annual revenue, vs. Netflix’s content deals at 1.5X revenue for last year. (Disney’s risk here: that cord-cutting could substantially shrink ESPN’s subscriber base in the years ahead and cut into TV revenue; the ESPN+ subscription-streaming service is designed to offset that.)Some critics of Netflix’s method of accounting for its enormous long-term content obligations say it obscures the extent to which it has mortgaged its future. But Netflix says it handles the accounting in this way because there are a number of unknown variables for many of its agreements. For example, some of its deals include the obligation to license rights for an unknown number of future titles (e.g., the number of seasons to be produced is unknown). That indicates its eventual content bills will be even higher: The company says its “unknown obligations are expected to be significant.” While Netflix could reduce the content-payment obligations line item by inking one-year deals, the company believes it’s a better business decision to secure content and big-name TV creators for multiple years. Netflix keeps raiding the TV biz for big-name creative stars. And it’s tucking the bulk of the eight-figure annual salary commitments and all of the production costs for those pacts into a separate area of its ledger, rather than accounting for them as current operating costs.Yesterday, the streaming giant announced a pact with Kenya Barris, creator of “Black-ish,” worth $100 million over three years, Variety reported. That’s after Netflix landed Shonda Rhimes (whose hits for ABC include “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Scandal”) in a pact reported to be worth $150 million over five years and signed Ryan Murphy (“American Horror Story,” “Pose,” “9-1-1”) in a five-year deal for up to $300 million.Meanwhile, Netflix also has set a production deal with the Obamas and last fall inked a multiyear overall deal with Jenji Kohan, creator of “Orange Is the New Black” and EP on “GLOW.” Popular on Variety Those high-priced deals mostly end up in an area of Netflix’s financial reports that it calls “Commitments and Contingencies.” That includes “non-cancelable commitments under creative talent and employment agreements,” according to Netflix regulatory filings, as well as expected payments for licensed content and other production-related commitments.The salary components of the overall deals are expensed on a straight-line basis (if no projects are in production). Then, when a specific project that’s part of the deal goes into production, Netflix capitalizes a portion of the expense during the production period into the new content/title asset, which is amortized after launch on the service like other titles.What that means: Netflix doesn’t actually record any of the content under those deals as expenses or liabilities until individual titles become available on the service. Only when a TV show or movie starts streaming to customers does it add a “content liability” to its consolidated balance sheets, according to the company’s SEC filings. So, for example, the costs for the slate of eight shows from Rhimes’ Shondaland is developing for Netflix (and whatever upside Rhimes is due under the contract) aren’t even on the books at this point.That lets Netflix defer a big portion of the expenses for what it has promised to pay talent, production companies and licensors for years into the future. As of June 30, 2018, the company had a massive $18.4 billion in “Commitments and Contingencies,” up 17% from $15.7 billion from a year earlier. And of that $18.4 billion, $10.3 billion is not reflected on the balance sheet.A significant piece of that is for licensed content, which still generates an estimated 80% of Netflix’s total viewing time. But according to chief content officer Ted Sarandos, around 85% of Netflix’s new content spending is on originals, as he ballparked at an investment conference in May. That could encompass the recent deals cut with Rhimes, Barris, Murphy, Kohan et al. — which, it should be noted, while they are big-money deals individually amount to a fraction of Netflix’s total content spending. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 To fund its current payment obligations, Netflix has leaned heavily on debt. Over the past five years, Netflix has raised $8.42 billion in financing through debt (including, most recently, $1.9 billion in April). The high-cash-burn, debt-fueled strategy has been led by chief financial officer David Wells, who plans to leave the company after eight years as CFO as soon as Netflix finds a replacement.Netflix maintains that it isn’t over-leveraged. It pointed out to investors in its most recent earnings report that its current gross debt represents around 5% of its enterprise value. At the end of Q2, the company had $3.9 billion in cash and also an untapped $500 million line of credit.And Netflix says it’s probably going to amass more debt. As it told investors in the Q2 2018 letter: “While interest rates have risen and the federal tax rate is now lower (reducing the tax shield on interest costs), we judge that our after-tax cost of debt continues to be lower than our cost of equity, so we anticipate that we’ll continue to finance our capital needs in the high-yield market.”Given the buy-now-pay-later approach currently in play at Netflix, the streamer certainly could be lining up more megadeals with top-flight Hollywood talent in the coming months.But it can’t realistically keep issuing IOUs forever. At some point, the company will have to pony up what it has promised — to bondholders and content producers alike — and it will need to have the cash coming in the door to pay the bills.Pictured above (l. to r.): Shonda Rhimes, Kenya Barris, Ryan Murphy
News | Cardio-oncology | March 13, 2019 CT, Mammograms Offer Clues to Preventing Heart Problems After Cancer Treatment Scans commonly used in cancer diagnostics and treatment may provide valuable information about heart health Images of regions of interest (colored lines) in the white matter skeleton representation. Data from left and right anterior thalamic radiation (ATR) were averaged. Image courtesy of C. Bouziane et al. News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Videos | CT Angiography (CTA) | August 07, 2019 VIDEO: Walk Around of a Siemens Go.Top Dedicated Cardiac Scanner This is a quick walk around of the new Siemens Somatom Go.top cardiovascular edition compact computed tomography (CT) read more March 13, 2019 — An imaging procedure commonly performed before starting cancer treatment can provide valuable clues about a patient’s risk for heart problems in the months and years after treatment. However, this information is not always reported and is rarely acted upon in current practice, according to research being presented at the American College of Cardiology’s 68th Annual Scientific Session, March 16-18 in New Orleans.Doctors frequently order a computed tomography (CT) scan, a special type of X-ray imaging that provides a detailed view inside the body, to assess a tumor’s size and spread before starting patients on therapy. Even though these CT scans also provide a clear view of plaque buildup in the heart’s arteries, the new study found that radiologists only reported this about half the time. If this reporting was done routinely, it could potentially help doctors identify and treat patients who have coronary plaque buildup (an indicator of coronary artery disease) and are at high risk for other heart problems, researchers said.”This is essentially free information because the patients are undergoing the CT scans anyway, and we’d like to see it reported more frequently,” said Matthew Hooks, M.D., a resident physician at the University of Minnesota and the study’s lead author. “It would be particularly helpful to know if a patient has evidence of early coronary artery disease before starting cancer treatment that can potentially harm the heart.”Certain chemotherapy drugs and even some of the newer targeted therapies can damage the heart and lead to diseases such as heart failure, especially in people who have coronary artery disease before beginning therapy. The amount of hardening, or calcification, in the coronary arteries, which is visible on a CT scan, is an important marker of heart health. If a person has high coronary artery calcium (CAC), taking medications such as aspirin or statins can help reduce the risk of a heart attack or other heart problems later.”As cancer treatments have improved and more patients are surviving cancer, we have become more aware of how these therapies might affect patients’ heart health in the long term,” Hooks said. “We hope to find out whether we can use CAC as a predictive tool to identify patients who may have poor cardiac outcomes and potentially guide the type of chemotherapy they get or guide whether preventative measures should be implemented prior to starting chemotherapy.”In a sample of 1,001 patients undergoing treatment for cancer, the researchers examined how often CAC was reported, and how often patients with CAC were prescribed aspirin or statins to reduce cardiovascular risk. All the patients included in the study underwent a CT scan before starting treatment with an anthracycline drug or trastuzumab, two cancer treatments known to increase the risk of heart problems. The research team examined each CT scan to assess CAC and separately determined whether the CAC had been noted in the original CT report.They found that 349 patients, one-third (35 percent) of the sample, had CAC. However, CAC was noted in the CT report just half the time. At the time of the scan, a little less than half of patients with CAC were taking aspirin (a blood thinner) or a statin. Very few patients were newly started on aspirin or statins after the CT scan, with just five patients starting aspirin and three patients starting statins. This likely suggests at least some doctors missed the opportunity to use the CT scan to identify patients with high cardiovascular risk and take steps to intervene, Hooks said.While further research is necessary to determine whether identifying CAC before cancer therapy can help improve long-term outcomes, Hooks said the study underscores CT scans as an underutilized resource that could offer an important first step toward reducing the toll of heart disease in cancer patients.”The next step is to find out whether these calcifications actually predict which patients may do poorly in the long term,” Hooks said. “Once we know that, it can help make a strong case for whether those patients should be treated aggressively with aspirin and statins, for example, which is not happening right now.”Mammograms Offer Insights on Heart HealthOther imaging modalities commonly used for cancer diagnostics could offer insights on heart health as well. In a separate study being presented at ACC.19, researchers found calcification of the arteries in the breast, which can be assessed with mammograms, could be a useful marker to help identify women at risk for coronary artery disease.The study, which analyzed mammograms and coronary angiograms in 1,150 women, found that women with calcification in the breast arteries were 53 percent more likely to have coronary artery disease than women without breast artery calcification. Since mammograms are performed far more frequently than coronary angiograms, the findings suggest including breast arterial calcification in mammogram reports could help doctors identify women at risk of having coronary artery disease and intervene early, said Rajendra Patel, M.D., lead author of the study conducted at Navicent Health/Mercer University School of Medicine.For more information: www.acc.org FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more News | Neuro Imaging | August 16, 2019 ADHD Medication May Affect Brain Development in Children A drug used to treat attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) appears to affect development of the brain’s… read more News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more News | Pediatric Imaging | August 14, 2019 Ultrasound Guidance Improves First-attempt Success in IV Access in Children August 14, 2019 – Children’s veins read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more Siemens Go.Top CT scanner at SCCT19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:05Loaded: 15.14%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:05 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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Turkey has accused the Greek Cypriot side of distorting statements by UN Secretary-General Antonio Guterres “before the ink is even dry”.In a statement issued on Tuesday night, the Turkish foreign ministry said the Secretary-General’s remarks reflected the understanding that there was a need to reconvene the Conference on Cyprus in the month of June without any preconditions.“In fact, particular emphasis is laid in the Secretary-General’s remarks on the principles that all issues will be discussed interdependently and that “nothing is agreed until everything is agreed, through a direct reference to the leaders’ Joint Declaration of 11 February 2014,”it said.“This being the case, the fact that the contents of the UN Secretary-General’s remarks have begun to be distorted by the Greek Cypriot side before the ink is even dry, and claims are being made that the preconditions put forth by the Greek Cypriot leader have been accepted, clearly demonstrate yet again the Greek Cypriot side’s lack of sincerity and the absence of political will for a settlement.”It said that the contents of these remarks, which conveyed to the public the agreement reached during the meeting of the leaders with the UN Secretary-General, had been distorted and misinterpreted by the Greek Cypriot side so as to serve their domestic policy interests, only reinforced doubts regarding the intention of the Greek Cypriots to establish a new partnership with the Turkish Cypriots on the basis of political equality.“If the aim of reconvening the Conference on Cyprus is to make use of this final opportunity to reach a comprehensive settlement and successfully conclude the negotiation process that has been continuing on the Island for over two years, then all the participants need to adopt the constructive attitude that Turkey and the Turkish Cypriot side are displaying, reflecting a sincere will for a settlement,” it added.The foreign ministry said Turkey was ready for the reconvening of the Conference on Cyprus and was determined to reach a just, lasting and comprehensive solution to the Cyprus issue.The comments by the UN Secretary-General following his meeting in New York on June 4 with the leaders was a step towards the conclusion of the process, it said.The Greek Cypriot side has said that it was President Nicos Anastasiades’ initiative and the proposals he put forward that were the reason Guterres called the meeting on Sunday and that the sequence in which the negotiating chapters were mentioned, beginning with security and moving on to territory, property and governance and power sharing was important as this was what the president’s proposal was all about.Guterres statement on Sunday said: “All agreed that the chapter on security and guarantees is of vital importance to the two communities. Progress in this chapter is an essential element in reaching an overall agreement and in building trust between the two communities in relation to their future security.”“The leaders and the Secretary-General agreed that all issues will be negotiated interdependently and that nothing is agreed till everything is agreed, as per the joint declaration of 11 February 2014. The leaders agreed to continue in parallel the bi-communal negotiations in Geneva on all other outstanding issues, starting with territory, property and governance and power-sharing,” it added.Special Adviser Espen Barth Eide is to engage with all participants in the preparation of a common document to guide the discussions on security and guarantees, based on the outcome of the meetings of the conference on Cyprus in Geneva and Mont Pelerin, Guterres said.You May LikeClassmates.comLook For Any High School Yearbook, It’s FreeClassmates.comUndoFigLeaf Beta AppHow to Become Fully Anonymous Online in Less Than 3 Minutes? Better safe than sorryFigLeaf Beta AppUndoTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionOne Thing All Liars Have in Common, Brace YourselfTruthFinder People Search SubscriptionUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoAuthorities release five of 12 Israeli rape suspects, seven due in court FridayUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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