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Swedish journalist’s mysterious disappearance in Denmark

first_img Help by sharing this information Reporters Without Borders (RSF) is counting on the Danish authorities to quickly shed light on Swedish freelance journalist Kim Wall’s disappearance in Denmark after embarking on a home-made submarine with its creator. Normally based in New York and Beijing, Wall, 30, has worked for the New York Times, the Guardian and Libé. To do a story about Danish inventor Peter Madsen, she set off with him in the Nautilus, the world’s biggest home-made submarine, on the evening of 10 August and never came back.Madsen was rescued when the Nautilus sank the next day but there was no sign of Wall. After failing to account satisfactorily for her disappearance, he was arrested on a manslaughter charge on 12 August.RSF welcomes the determination with which the Danish authorities are looking for Wall and hopes they will quickly establish whether her disappearance was directly linked to her work as a journalistRanked 4th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2017 index, Denmark’s record on respect for press freedom is one of the best in the world. December 2, 2020 Find out more News RSF and 60 other organisations call for an EU anti-SLAPP directive Receive email alerts November 23, 2020 Find out more News DenmarkEurope – Central Asia Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Disappearances June 2, 2021 Find out more Swedish journalist Kim Wall stands next to a man in the tower of the private submarine “UC3 Nautilus” on August 10, 2017 in Copenhagen Harbor / AFP Follow the news on Denmark Use the Digital Services Act to make democracy prevail over platform interests, RSF tells EU Organisation DenmarkEurope – Central Asia Condemning abusesProtecting journalists Disappearances to go further Ten RSF recommendations for the European Union News News RSF_en August 14, 2017 – Updated on August 23, 2017 Swedish journalist’s mysterious disappearance in Denmarklast_img read more

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The Week Ahead: Eviction Moratoria Explained

first_imgSubscribe Christina Hughes Babb is a reporter for DS News and MReport. A graduate of Southern Methodist University, she has been a reporter, editor, and publisher in the Dallas area for more than 15 years. During her 10 years at Advocate Media and Dallas Magazine, she published thousands of articles covering local politics, real estate, development, crime, the arts, entertainment, and human interest, among other topics. She has won two national Mayborn School of Journalism Ten Spurs awards for nonfiction, and has penned pieces for Texas Monthly, Salon.com, Dallas Observer, Edible, and the Dallas Morning News, among others. Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 1 day ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago January 29, 2021 1,138 Views 2021-01-29 Christina Hughes Babb Demand Propels Home Prices Upward 1 day ago The Best Markets For Residential Property Investors 2 days ago Share Save This week, Safeguard Properties, which manages mortgage field services on vacant, defaulted, and foreclosed properties, hosts a webinar entitled, “Evictions: Maneuvering Through the Moratoriums,” during which a panel of experts will detail and discuss the nuances of the latest federal, lending, and servicing rules related to the COVID-19 pandemic.Specifically, the pundits will explain what preservation-related actions servicers can and cannot take during the moratoriums; changes in eviction laws and guidance; the CDC order regarding evictions; and challenges in key states.The following speakers will be in attendance and available for questions:C. Lance Margolin, Partner Emeritus and Director of Eviction and REO Services, The Margolin & Weinreb Law Group, LLP in Syosset, N.Y.Daniel Barbagelata, Supervising Partner of Evictions, Deed in Lieu and National Closing Services, Aldridge Pite LLP in Atlanta, Ga.Will Jarrell, Senior Associate Attorney, Aldridge Pite LLP in Atlanta, Ga.Linda Erkkila, General Counsel and EVP, Safeguard PropertiesThe webinar is from 1-2 p.m. EST, Thursday, February 4. It’s complimentary when you register here.Here’s what else is happening in The Week Ahead:Stern & Eisenberg, “West Virginia Power of Attorney & Assignment of Mortgage/Deed of Trust Webinar,” Thursday, February 4 at 1 p.m. ESTRealtor.com, Housing Industry Core Metrics report, Thursday, February 4 The Week Ahead: Nearing the Forbearance Exit 2 days ago Home / Daily Dose / The Week Ahead: Eviction Moratoria Explained Related Articles Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago Previous: Marcia Fudge Vows to Serve Most Vulnerable Americans Next: Navigating Foreclosures in the Face of a Pandemic About Author: Christina Hughes Babb The Week Ahead: Eviction Moratoria Explained Governmental Measures Target Expanded Access to Affordable Housing 2 days ago Servicers Navigate the Post-Pandemic World 2 days ago in Daily Dose, Featured, News Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago Data Provider Black Knight to Acquire Top of Mind 2 days ago  Print This Post Sign up for DS News Daily last_img read more

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Lukoil spuds wildcat well at Shirotno-Rakushechnaya prospect in Caspian Sea

first_img Lukoil begins drilling of a new exploration well in the Caspian Sea. (Credit: Wonita & Troy Janzen from Pixabay) Lukoil said that it has spudded an exploration well at the Shirotno-Rakushechnaya prospect near the Grayfer field in the North Caspian Sea.The Russian oil and gas firm is using the jack-up floating rig Astra for drilling the wildcat well. The Astra rig is said to be specially designed for drilling in shallow waters.The Shirotno-Rakushechnaya exploration well is contained in 4.5m water depth and will be drilled to a target depth of 1,650m.The new wildcat well is located north of the Grayfer discovery, which is in the process of being developed and expected to begin commercial production in 2023.According to Lukoil, the structural tectonic zone of the Shirotno-Rakushechnaya is identical to that at the Yury Korchagin, Valery Grayfer, and Vladimir Filanovsky fields, which were discovered in 2000, 2001, and 2005 respectively.Apart from the drilling of the wildcat well, the Russian oil and gas company has started studying the Khazri and Titonskaya features of a new block in the south of the same sea area within the East Sulaksky bank.Currently, Lukoil is drilling the second well in the area to a target depth of 5,200m. The well is contained in water depth of 45m.The oil and gas firm is drilling the Khazri feature using the Neptune jack-up floating rig.The company expects the well to provide data on oil and gas content which will help in exploring for oil and gas deposits contained in terrigenous and carbonate sediments of the Jurassic-Cretaceous period.Lukoil drilling a sixth well at the Yury Korchagin fieldUnder its drilling programme for Caspian fields, the Russian energy company is constructing the sixth well at riser block platform at the Yury Korchagin oil field.The company said that the borehole length of the horizontally directed producing well with MultiNode intelligent completion system is 5,164m.The drilling of the well is being executed by the Mercury jack-up floating rig. The well with a daily target production rate of 348 metric tons is expected to help in stabilising the production of the Yury Korchagin oil field, said Lukoil. Lukoil said that the Shirotno-Rakushechnaya exploration well is contained in 4.5m water depth and will be drilled to a target depth of 1,650mlast_img read more

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Trump Is Said to Be Preparing to Withdraw Troops From Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia

first_imgBut the president’s aspirations have long run into resistance, as his own national security officials argued that abandonment of such troubled countries could have catastrophic consequences — such as when the United States pulled out of Iraq at the end of 2011, leaving a vacuum that fostered the rise of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria.- Advertisement – Somalia has faced civil war, droughts and violence from Islamist extremists for years. The United States intervened in the country as peacekeepers at the end of the George Bush administration, but abandoned it not long after the “Black Hawk Down” battle in 1993, which killed 18 Americans and hundreds of militia fighters.The Shabab, an Islamist terrorist group whose name means “the youth,” emerged around 2007 and has violently vied for control of Somalia with occasional attacks outside its borders, including an attack on the Westgate shopping mall in Nairobi, Kenya, in 2013 that killed more than five dozen civilians and a deadly assault on an American air base at Manda Bay, Kenya, in January.Shabab leaders pledged allegiance to Al Qaeda in 2012. In 2016, shortly before leaving office, the Obama administration deemed them part of the congressionally authorized war against the perpetrators of the Sept. 11 attacks. Under the Trump administration, the military sharply increased airstrikes targeting Shabab militants.Eric Schmitt, Charlie Savage and Helene Cooper reported from Washington, and Thomas Gibbons-Neff from Kabul, Afghanistan. Jennifer Steinhauer and Nicholas Fandos contributed reporting from Washington. Mr. Trump has also repeatedly pushed to withdraw from Syria, but several hundred U.S. troops remain stationed there, partly to protect coveted oil fields held by American-backed Syrian Kurdish allies from being seized by the government of President Bashar al-Assad of Syria. The current deliberations over withdrawals would not affect those in Syria, officials said.The plan under discussion to pull out of Somalia is said to not apply to U.S. forces stationed in nearby Kenya and Djibouti, where American drones that carry out airstrikes in Somalia are based, according to officials familiar with the internal deliberations who spoke on the condition of anonymity.Keeping those air bases would mean retaining the military’s ability to use drones to attack militants with the Shabab, the Qaeda-linked terrorist group — at least those deemed to pose a threat to American interests. The smaller number of troops that would remain in Iraq and Afghanistan also would be sufficient to maintain some ability to carry out counterterrorism raids and strikes, officials said.- Advertisement – WASHINGTON — President Trump is expected to order the U.S. military to withdraw thousands of troops from Afghanistan, Iraq and Somalia by the time he leaves office in January, using the end of his time in power to significantly pull back American forces from far-flung conflicts around the world.Under a draft order circulating at the Pentagon on Monday, the number of U.S. forces in Afghanistan would be halved from the current deployment of 4,500 troops, officials said.- Advertisement – Mr. Trump said in a Twitter post last month that he wanted all 4,500 U.S. troops in Afghanistan home by Christmas, but top military and national security aides advised against such a precipitous withdrawal. The president eventually agreed to the smaller drawdown, officials said. Mr. Trump’s national security adviser, Robert C. O’Brien, said last month that the United States would withdraw about 2,500 troops from Afghanistan by early next year — indirectly rebuking Gen. Mark A. Milley, the chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, for openly questioning that timeline.Shortly before Mr. Trump fired Defense Secretary Mark T. Esper last week and installed Christopher C. Miller as the acting Pentagon chief, Mr. Esper had sent a classified memo to the White House expressing concerns about accelerating the troop drawdown in Afghanistan, a senior administration official said.Conditions on the ground were not yet right, Mr. Esper is said to have written, citing continuing violence, the dangers a rapid pullout could pose for the remaining troops, the effect on alliances and fear of undermining peace negotiations between the Taliban and the Afghan government. The memo was reported earlier by The Washington Post.Senator Mitch McConnell, Republican of Kentucky and the majority leader, delivered a thinly veiled warning to Mr. Trump from the Senate floor on Monday, suggesting that the president would put himself at risk of squandering his record of accomplishment in the Middle East and repeating the mistakes of former President Barack Obama, a predecessor he loathes.“A rapid withdrawal of U.S. forces from Afghanistan now would hurt our allies and delight the people who wish us harm,” Mr. McConnell said. For a leader who has loyally stood by Mr. Trump on most domestic policy issues, the departure was notable.“The consequences of a premature American exit would likely be even worse than President Obama’s withdrawal from Iraq back in 2011, which fueled the rise of ISIS and a new round of global terrorism,” Mr. McConnell said. “It would be reminiscent of the humiliating American departure from Saigon in 1975.” Exiting foreign conflicts — and Afghanistan in particular — has been a central component of Mr. Trump’s “America First” agenda since he ran for office in 2016. That appeal has particularly animated his base of populist voters, many of them veterans who have grown weary of their roles in longstanding wars. The president views his record on this issue as important to any political future he might pursue. Afghanistan specialists said that the accelerated but partial withdrawal could complicate policy choices for President-elect Joseph R. Biden Jr. and his incoming national security team, but it was preferable to a complete pullout.“Quickly reducing to 2500 would narrow Biden Admin options and undercut peace talks, but wouldn’t create the utter upheaval of going to zero that fast,” Laurel E. Miller, a former top State Department official who worked on Afghanistan and Pakistan diplomacy for both Mr. Trump and Mr. Obama, said on Twitter last week.Most U.S. troops in Somalia, the war-torn nation in the Horn of Africa, are Special Operations forces stationed at a small number of bases across the country. Their missions include training and advising Somali army and counterterrorism troops and conducting kill-or-capture raids of their own targeting Shabab militants.Mr. Trump’s push to leave Somalia before the end of his term comes at a delicate time: Somalia is preparing for parliamentary elections next month and a presidential election scheduled for early February. The removal of U.S. troops could complicate any ability to keep election rallies and voting safe from Shabab bombers. It also comes at a time of political turmoil in neighboring Ethiopia, whose army has also battled the Shabab.The timing “could not be any worse,” said Brittany Brown, who worked on Somalia policy at the National Security Council under Mr. Obama and Mr. Trump. She said she did support pulling out of Somalia over all.“This is not the time to do it, because this election is really important — this one matters a lot,” said Ms. Brown, who is now the chief of staff of the International Crisis Group, a nonprofit organization focused on deadly conflicts. “I hope this doesn’t send Somalia back into failed-state chaos, because this would embolden Al Shabab.”It is not clear whether other parts of the U.S. government — such as C.I.A. operatives, the ambassador and other State Department diplomats who are based at a heavily fortified bunker at the airport in Mogadishu, the Somali capital — will also withdraw from Somali territory along with the military. Mr. Esper’s caution on troop reductions was one of several factors that led to his firing. After his departure, a group of new officials arrived, including Douglas Macgregor, a retired Army colonel and a fierce proponent of ending American involvement in Afghanistan.It is unclear if the remaining NATO and allied troops in Afghanistan — about 7,000 people who primarily train government forces — would also withdraw. But officials said some in the country’s north and west were likely to do so, as they are reliant on American transport and, in some cases, protection.That would leave American forces to advise from one key U.S.-Afghan command center, helping the Afghan military marshal their resources and plan their defenses. Much of the rest would be in about five smaller regional targeting teams — and composed of small detachments of Special Operations forces — that would help with targeting insurgent groups.The proposal to draw down to about 2,000 to 2,500 troops in Afghanistan comes as the country’s forces are besieged in the south and the north. Morale is low among Afghan security forces, and the uncertainty has led local political leaders to cut deals with the advancing Taliban.October was the deadliest month for civilians since September 2019, according to data compiled by The New York Times. More than 200 civilians were killed.Peace talks in Qatar between Afghan and Taliban negotiators have stalled primarily because of the Afghan government’s reluctance to use the February deal as a guiding document for the discussions. In Iraq, the Pentagon would trim force levels slightly below the 3,000 troops that commanders had previously announced. And in Somalia, virtually all of the more than 700 troops conducting training and counterterrorism missions would leave.Taken together, the cuts reflect Mr. Trump’s longstanding desire to stop shouldering the cost of long-running military engagements against Islamist insurgencies in failed and fragile countries in Africa and the Middle East, a grinding mission that has spread since the terrorist attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. – Advertisement –last_img read more

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‘United by Emotion’: Tokyo 2020 unveils Games motto

first_img Loading… The opening ceremony will be on July 24 and organisers have stressed there is no discussion about changing this date despite the coronavirus crisis hitting global transport. Tokyo 2020 organisers on Monday rolled out the motto for this year’s Olympics, “United by Emotion”, which they said reflected the “universal values” and “unifying power of sport”. Crowds of spectators who do not know each other prior to the Games will come together and learn that there is more that unites them than divides them,” Tokyo 2020 said as it unveiled the motto. Tokyo 2020 organisers have chosen ‘United by Emotion’ as the motto for this year’s Olympics The official Olympic motto is “Citius, Altius, Fortius” or “Faster, Higher, Stronger”, but each host city chooses its own motto to accompany that edition of the Games. London’s motto in 2012 was “Inspire a Generation”, whereas Athens in 2004 went for “Welcome Home” – a nod to the birthplace of the Games in Olympia. Less well-received was Sochi, which plumped for “Hot. Cool. Yours”, sparking derision in some quarters. Tokyo said the motto would be beamed onto the Skytree tower in the Japanese capital to raise awareness as it will be seen for miles around.Advertisement Read Also: Wrestlers return, shift focus to Olympic qualifiers Tokyo 2020 roll-outs have not always been smooth. In September 2015, the Games logo was ditched after accusations of plagiarism. Designer Olivier Debie said the design was stolen from his logo for a Belgian theatre and threatened court action before officials withdrew the emblem, saying it “no longer has public support”. FacebookTwitterWhatsAppEmail分享 Promoted ContentThe Very Last Bitcoin Will Be Mined Around 2140. Read MoreCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable Way8 Facts About Sasha ObamaEver Thought Of Sleeping Next To Celebs? This Guy Will Show You8 Ways Drones Will Automate Our Future6 Major TV Characters We Were Relieved To See Leaving The ShowTop 10 Tiniest Phones Ever MadeA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DayTop 7 Best Car Manufacturers Of All Time9 Facts You Should Know Before Getting A TattooA Hurricane Can Be As Powerful As 10 Atomic BombsThe Models Of Paintings Whom The Artists Were Madly In Love Withlast_img read more

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Syracuse’s Grant a finalist for USA U19 team

first_img Facebook Twitter Google+ Related Stories Waiters invited to Team USA mini-camp in late JulyFair called up for Team USA World University Games camp Syracuse forward Jerami Grant is one of 16 finalists for the 2013 USA Basketball Under-19 World Championship team.The roster will be narrowed down to 12 before it leaves on June 19 to train for three days at the Washington Wizards’ practice facility in Washington, D.C, where the team will train twice a day. The 2013 FIBA U19 World Championship will take place in Prague, Czech Republic, from June 24 through July 6.The USA Basketball Men’s Developmental National Team Committee selected the finalists, who were born on or after Jan. 1, 1994. Syracuse head coach Jim Boeheim is part of the committee.Grant is coming off his freshman season with the Orange, in which he started nine of SU’s 40 games and averaged 3.9 points and 3.0 rebounds per game.The other finalists include Villanova’s Ryan Arcidiacono, Louisville’s Montrezl Harrell and Duke’s Rasheed Sulaimon. The team consists of two rising college juniors, 10 rising sophomores, two graduating high school seniors and two rising high school seniors.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textThe team’s head coach is Florida’s Billy Donovan, and his assistants are Virginia’s Tony Bennett and Virginia Commonwealth’s Shaka Smart. Last year, Donovan led the USA under-18 team to a gold medal in the FIBA Americas U18 Championships. Commentscenter_img Published on June 16, 2013 at 9:45 pm Contact Phil: [email protected] | @PhilDAbblast_img read more

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In 2015, Wellington Police handled less criminal cases but wrote more tickets than in 2014

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FIFA to begin Morocco World Cup inspection

first_imgFILE PHOTO: International Football Association BoardRabat, Morocco | AFP | FIFA inspectors arrived in Morocco on Monday ahead of a three-day assessment of the north African country’s ability to host the 2026 World Cup, the local bid committee said.The five-member FIFA Task Force will begin its inspection on Tuesday, visiting stadiums, training facilities, fan sites and media centres.“Morocco is offering FIFA and the global football family an innovative and compact concept to ensure operational efficiency, outstanding profitability and a lasting legacy in Morocco and Africa,” said the bid committee’s president, Moulay Hafid Elalamy in a statement.“The World Cup in Morocco would not only be a source of pride but also a great catalyst for development.”The only other bid is a joint one from the United States, Mexico and Canada. Due to FIFA’s intention to spread the hosting rights for the World Cup more evenly across the globe, European and Asian countries were not allowed to bid for 2026 — this year’s World Cup will be in Russia with the next one in 2022 in Qatar.A decision on the 2026 hosts is due to be made on June 13 at the FIFA Congress, the day before the World Cup begins in Russia.Should neither candidate be chosen, bidders from Europe and Asia will be invited to submit their proposals.Share on: WhatsApplast_img read more

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Larry sinks an ace for his first hole-in-one

first_imgLarry Willett.We were sorry to learn that long time friend and local personality Larry Willet passed away recently. As we were looking through old files to add to our current sports-deprived pages, this gem popped up in our archives from February 2015. We republish it today in his honor. The sun rose on Emerald Golf Resort early Friday morning, Feb. 6, with cool temperatures and a mild breeze blowing through the clubhouse. The golfing attendees began arriving for the early tee-off time booking for the Beaver Bar & Grill. Larry Willett and his group (Bobby Clark, Larry Ball and Neil) were the first group away and arriving at hole 15, a par 3, Larry was last to tee off. Using a pitching wedge, he landed the ball approximately 8 feet in front of the hole (caddie repaired ball mark) and watched the ball continue to roll toward the hole until it dropped in for his first ‘Ace’.After much shouting and jubilation from the group, play continued and all returned to the Beaver Bar to hear much bell ringing by Larry, and also Bobby as he was a big winner in the Super Bowl lottery. Loading…Sponsored ContentIs Cristiano Ronaldo Converting His Hotels To Hospitals?These Popular Hollywood Stars Got Their Start On Soap Operas8 Things You Didn’t Know About Coffee6 Best Movie Cars You Could Own But Probably Can’t Afford Promoted ContentbrainberriesWhich Country Is The Most Romantic In The World?brainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries8 Superfoods For Growing Hair Back And Stimulating Its GrowthbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesA Soviet Shot Put Thrower’s Record Hasn’t Been Beaten To This DaybrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesCouples Who Celebrated Their Union In A Unique, Unforgettable WaybrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesBest & Worst Celebrity Endorsed Games Ever Madebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries6 Major TV Characters We Were Relieved To See Leaving The ShowbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesRobert Pattinson Showed The GQ Magazine What Quarantining MeansbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesThe Best Cars Of All Timebrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries10 Big Movie Stars Who Got Famous Thanks To Soap Operasbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries10 Risky Jobs Some Women Dobrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberries2020 Tattoo Trends: Here’s What You’ll See This YearbrainberriesbrainberriesbrainberriesWhat Happens To Your Brain When You Play Too Much Video Games?brainberriesbrainberrieslast_img read more

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