WINNIPEG – More than five months after he almost froze to death walking across the Canada-United States border, eventually losing his fingers to frostbite, Razak Iyal was granted refugee status Tuesday.“If I go back to Ghana, I might lose all my life. But here I am, I just lost my fingers, but I’m still part of the society,” Iyal, 35, said after his closed-door Immigration and Refugee board hearing.“I thank God that I’ve been accepted to stay in Canada, to be a Canadian. And what I have in me, I’ll make sure I share it with the community, with the people.”Iyal was among the first in the recent wave of refugee-claimants sneaking across the border from the United States out of fear of being deported back to their home country.After meeting up with another man from Ghana, Seidu Mohammed, at a bus station in Minneapolis, the two men took a bus to Grand Forks, N.D., and then a taxi to an area near the border.It was Christmas Eve and the overnight windchill dipped to —30 C as the men walked though snowy fields in the darkness for hours. They were not dressed for such an excursion, and suffered severe frostbite before being noticed by a trucker after crossing into Canada.They would spend weeks recovering in hospital. Iyal lost all his fingers but kept his thumbs. Mohammed lost all ten digits.“I can do a lot of things that people who have fingers can do,” said Iyal, who dreams of bringing his wife to Canada and opening an electronics business similar to one he had in Ghana.Iyal said he fled Ghana because his five siblings were out to kill him in a dispute over the inheritance of his late father’s property. A local politician was involved, he said.After he arrived in Canada, some media reports in Ghana said he was a homosexual. It’s not true, he said, but the reports added to the danger he would face if returned home due to the African nation’s treatment of gays and lesbians.“There is no place in Ghana, which is geographically a very small country, that he could ever be safe,” his lawyer, Bashir Khan, told reporters.Iyal and Mohammed both had their claims for asylum rejected in the United States, so they would have been turned back at an official border crossing under the Canada-U.S. Safe Third Country Agreement.Like hundreds of others in recent months, they opted to try to sneak across the border, knowing that they would get a refugee hearing if they made it on to Canadian soil before turning themselves in.Mohammed, who is bisexual and a professional soccer player, had his refugee claim approved last month.
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Timor-Leste has become the 189th Member State of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) after signing the agency’s constitution yesterday in London. UNESCO has been active in the young Southeast Asian nation since the late 1990s, supporting media development and cultural preservation projects, and helping in establishing the first two community radio stations there. The organization also announced yesterday that Timor-Leste President Xanana Gusmão will be awarded this year’s Houphouet-Boigny Peace Prize on 10 June. The Prize, which includes a cheque for €122,000, a diploma and a gold medal, is awarded annually to the person, institution or organization who contributes significantly to the promotion, research, preservation or maintenance of peace.
by audreywhelan Posted May 5, 2016 7:02 am MDT Relief trust fund set up to help Fort McMurray businesses The Alberta Chambers of Commerce is bringing back the Chamber Relief Trust Fund to help businesses affected by the devastating wildfires in the Wood Buffalo Region.It was first initiated during the 2013 floods.President and CEO Ken Kobly says he’s been in touch with the Fort McMurray Chamber of Commerce and told them there will be support after there is a solid assessment of the situation.The provincial organization will be collecting donations for the relief fund from local chambers around Alberta. AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email (John Knox, Rogers Media)
After coming off of a cancelled home-opening match against Duquesne last Sunday, Ohio State regained momentum after its win over No. 5 Florida by gaining an 8-0 victory against Morehead State.Ohio State (2-2) tied for the third-most goals in one single game in school history. Freshmen forward Emaly Vatne scored three of the eight goals in Thursday night’s win, recording the 15th hat trick in Ohio State history, scoring in the 41st, 68th and 73rd minutes against Morehead State. Vatne said she is most proud of her team’s professionalism on the field tonight. “We approached this game with a really good attitude,” Vatne said. “We didn’t let up in one moment of the game, so I think that’s something we should really be proud of.”In the 22nd minute, freshmen defender/midfielder Talani Barnett notched a goal from eight yards inside the right post, giving Ohio State the early lead. A minute later, freshmen forward Kayla Fischer found success by scoring a goal in the first half, recording her third goal of the year. Junior midfielder Alyssa Baumbick also picked up two goals, resulting in her first pair of goals of the season. In the 57th minute, sophomore forward Marissa Birzon, crossed over from the left wing to tally Ohio State’s fifth goal of the night. Vatne said, as a group, Ohio State really found a rhythm and were able to capitalize on the moments when they got the opportunity to play. Head coach Lori Walker-Hock spoke about the importance of gaining confidence looking ahead to conference play in a couple of weeks. Walker-Hock also said the best part of this kind of a game is being able to get a lot of people on the field and gaining some experience. “That’s where a game like this really benefits us is getting that experience for some of our young players and clearly our young players connected pretty good tonight,” Walker-Hock said. The Buckeyes will resume action this Sunday as they take on Notre Dame at 1 p.m at Alumni Stadium.
Private schools are “socialism in action”, the head of the Headmasters’ and Headmistresses’ Conference has said.HMC schools, which include Eton, Harrow and Winchester, allow wealthy parents who can afford school fees to subsidise the education of those from less well-off backgrounds, according to Mike Buchanan. He pointed to the recent decision taken by Millfield School in Somerset to cut fees by 10 per cent amid concerns they are no longer affordable to middle classes.Writing in the Times Education Supplement magazine, Mr Buchanan said some will “scoff” at the move, on the basis that fees at the boarding school still remain “unreachable” for most people.–– ADVERTISEMENT ––“Some will point out that many other less well-known schools have been exercising cost and fee restraint for years without fanfare or publicity,” he wrote.“Both would be missing the point about a wider dynamic happening in society of which fees in independent schools are just part of the picture.”Mr Buchanan, who is executive director of HMC, said it is “often forgotten” that many private schools serve “ordinary, middle-class communities” where hard-working parents choose to spend some of their money on “buying a different form of education for their children which, they judge, is not available from the state”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Private schools’ abilities to provide bursaries and fee assistance for children from poor households, as well as sharing facilities and expertise with local state schools, are all made possible from fees.“It may be obvious, but the activities above are paid for from fees paid to the school by parents. I’ve always thought of this as socialism in action,” Mr Buchanan said.“This means relatively well-off, fee-paying parents are funding the free and assisted places for others as well as the cost of the partnerships with state schools. They do so willingly in the knowledge that it adds to the breadth of experiences and, hence, the understanding their own children gain.”
The rumors surrounding what Apple has planned for the next round of its smartphones or tablet devices are plentiful, and for the most part highly speculative. But news of a 7.85-inch iPad existing in Apple’s labs carries more weight because of the person who revealed it.John Gruber, Apple supporter, writer, and owner of the Daring Fireball blog, is the person breaking this news by way of The Talk Show podcast. He doesn’t usually state such definite things unless he’s very confident a device exists. The fact one does exist probably won’t surprise anyone who knows how Apple works.The iPad we see sitting on store shelves is the culmination of many design iterations created within Apple’s labs. To think they hadn’t experimented with a smaller model would be a mistake. With new competition coming from Amazon’s Kindle Fire and a number of other tablets carrying smaller displays, why would they not experiment with a tiny iPad?According to Gruber, the 7.85-inch device uses a display with the same 1024 x 768 resolution of the original iPad. That means its 163 pixels per inch is sharper than the old iPad while being significantly cheaper to produce.With the new iPad flying off the shelves, and the Kindle Fire assault seeming to have little impact on Apple’s market share, it seems likely the smaller iPad will remain an experiment in the labs. As Gruber rightly points out, Apple doesn’t really have a need to release a smaller model when the 9.7-inch iPad is dominating the market and no one is complaining about it being too big.More at The Talk Show, via The Verge
La Ligue de protection des oiseaux célèbre son 100e anniversaireLa Ligue de la Protection des Oiseaux (LPO) est née voilà déjà cent ans. Un anniversaire célébré le 29 novembre au Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle. Ce siècle passé à protéger les oiseaux et leurs milieux naturels, Allain Bougrain Dubourg, le président de l’association le résume en trois mots : “consternation, détermination et satisfaction.”En 1912 était créée la Ligue de protection des oiseaux (LPO), afin de lutter contre le massacre du macareux moine en Bretagne, un oiseau marin devenu le symbole de l’association reconnue d’utilité publique en 1986. Mardi, au Muséum national d’Histoire naturelle de Paris Allain Bougrain Dubourg, le président de la LPO, a résumé les cent ans d’action de l’association en trois mots : “Consternation, détermination, et satisfaction”, rapporte l’APF. “La consternation parce que l’on a trop vu d’espèces fragiles, d’espèces agressées et de nature violée, la détermination car on agira toujours sur le terrain, et la satisfaction parce que quand on se bat on réussit”, a expliqué Allain Bougrain Dubourg.À lire aussiCette perruche imite à la perfection R2-D2, le robot de Star WarsCent ans après sa création, la LPO compte 450 salariés, 5.000 bénévoles actifs et quelque 45.000 membres. Elle est aujourd’hui l’une des premières associations de protection de la nature en France. Il ne s’agit pas seulement pour elle d’agir pour la préservation des oiseaux. C’est toute la nature qu’elle s’attache à protéger. “L’oiseau qui était notre motivation première est devenu une vitrine pour le vivant. La biodiversité et là, on est dans l’urgence pour la préserver”, a expliqué le président de l’association à l’AFP. Et de rappeler que “40 % de l’économie mondiale repose sur les services rendus par la nature”. Or aujourd’hui, “ces services sont en déclin de 60%” déplore-t-il.L’urgence réside selon Allain Bougrain Dubourg dans la préservation des milieux victimes de l’agriculture intensive, et notamment les zones humides. La LPO gère plus de 20.000 hectares de milieux naturels, répartis sur 130 sites dans 21 régions françaises, lit-on sur son site Internet. Mais “les capacités de dégrader le vivant sont plus violentes que la capacité de redonner vie” souligne son président.Le 1 décembre 2011 à 12:04 • Maxime Lambert
NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – New details have emerged about a killer confrontation involving Miami-Dade Police in Northwest Miami-Dade, Monday afternoon.Fifty-year-old Rolando Delgado, who was killed in a police-involved shooting in Northwest Miami-Dade, not only failed to cooperate with police officers, but also posed a credible threat.According to Miami-Dade police, Delgado refused orders from police officers to get out of a vehicle, which was believed to be stolen, when they approached him.They also said the 50-year-old threatened officers with a machete, forcing them to open fire.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
Kevin LilesKevin Liles’ For A Better Baltimore Foundation is sponsoring a Back to School Festival, noon to 4 p.m., at Security Square Mall in Baltimore County with the hopes of helping children focus on preparing for a new school year.The event, co-hosted by BCPS Superintendent Dr. Dallas Dance and Baltimore County Executive Kevin Kamenetz will feature educational games, free backpacks and school supplies, as well as live entertainment and free immunizations. This third annual Back to School Festival is an opportunity for school children of all ages to celebrate and prepare for the arrival of the new school year, which begins Aug. 27.The traditionally well-attended festival is open to all county students and will include a variety of community resources and children’s activities, as well as several surprise celebrity guests.For more information, visit http://www.lilesforbaltimore.org/.
Kolkata: The West Bengal government has changed the Commissioner of Bidhannagar City Police four times in four days, raising questions about clarity in the top level of the administration. Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee also handles the Home (Police) portfolio. Laxmi Narayan Meena, who was the Commissioner of Asansol-Durgapur City, is the current Bidhannagar Commissioner of Police, a government order said on Wednesday. Earlier, Bidhannagar CP Gyanwant Singh, who was replaced by N. Ramesh Babu during the general elections, was given back his charge on Sunday. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: Mamata Next day, an official statement directed Nishat Parvez, who was the Deputy Inspector General(DIG) Operations of the Criminal Investigation Department, to replace Singh as the Bidhannagar CP. On Tuesday, there was again a fresh order which cancelled Pervez’s appointment and directed him to continue in his old post. The Commissioner of Siliguri City Police, Bharat Lal Meena was given the charge for a day, to be replaced by Laxmi Narayan Meena through a new notification on Wednesday. Bharat Lal Meena was reinstated as the CP of Siliguri City Police.
Destination Port Stephens has a new chief executive officer, a new board and has won a grant from the NSW government to expand the promotion of the seaside destination.Janelle Gardner was recently announced as the chief executive officer, and at the annual board meeting last week. Also, a new board was elected for 2014-15, comprising Michael Aylmer as chair, David Nye as deputy chair, Andrew Macdonald as treasurer and Kim Latham, Mike McIntosh, Dom Grundy, Janene Rees, Sharon Aldrich and newcomer to the board, Malcolm Anderson, as fellow board members.The NSW Government’s tourism and major events agency, Destination NSW, has given Destination Port Stephens a $92,500 grant to boost its marketing program under the Government’s dollar-for-dollar Regional Visitor Economy Fund. Destination Port Stephens chief executive officer Janelle Gardner, said she was excited to head the new-look organisation and would use the new funds to market the region as the leading regional destination in NSW.“I am thrilled at the opportunity to lead our revitalised organisation forward and to strengthen the role Port Stephens’ $400 million-a-year tourism industry plays as the economic driver of the region,” Ms Gardner said.“Access to funding is incredibly competitive at the moment so we are very excited that we were successful in our application. We will use the grant for marketing activities aimed at increasing mid week, low season visitation.”Destination Port Stephens has also developed a new membership model which is $110 per annum providing an opportunity for all business in the region to get involved and support the development of a sustainable and successful visitor economy. Source = ETB Travel News: Megan Tran
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By Angelos AnastasiouPRESIDENT Nicos Anastasiades said the government hopes to lift capital controls, imposed after the March 2013 bailout, within the coming months.Anastasiades was speaking at a business forum in Doha, Qatar, where he yesterday ended an official three-day visit.“The capital controls imposed on the Cyprus banking system are to be completely lifted in the near future, in the coming months, and we are now witnessing increased inflows from foreign residents,” he said, appealing to Qatari businessmen to invest in Cyprus..Anastasiades said that during his meeting with Emir of Qatar both sides reaffirmed their commitment to further enhancing Cyprus-Qatar cooperation, at all levels, including economic cooperation.“Attracting investments is the Cyprus government’s top priority,” he said as investments were the catalyst for economic growth, job creation and prosperity.He said despite its economic woes, Cyprus still retained its competitive advantages. These included its competitive corporate tax rate of 12.5 per cent, and an extensive network of double taxation treaties, including one with Qatar itself.He spoke also of the safe and business-friendly environment and the highly qualified workforce.“In Cyprus opportunities for growth exist in most economic sectors, including shipping, tourism, large-scale development projects, education, health and renewable energy,” said Anastasiades.Cyprus’ hydrocarbons discovery created excellent prospects for investments and cooperation, he added.Evaluating his visit to Qatar after its conclusion, Anastasiades described it as very “important and productive”, and announced forthcoming visits to Cyprus by delegations from various investors, or even “on behalf of the Emir himself.”“That is an important element”, he said with regard to the imminent visits. “If we can be persuasive, we will benefit.”With regard to the possibility of Qatari companies investing in Cyprus, Anastasiades noted particular interest shown in “Cypriot construction and other companies”, and referred to “interest in various sectors of the economy which we are in a position to respond to.” This includes a reported interest in the semi-state electricity authority, which is slated for privatisation.Foreign Minister Ioannis Kasoulides also alluded to possible investments by Qatari state or private concerns. “We did not come here to ask for free funds. What we want is to ensure that investments by any party – whether state or private – will offer mutual benefit to both sides,” he said.Minister of Energy, Giorgos Lakkotrypis reported “very encouraging messages from Qatar” but warned against complacency.“The degree to which these opportunities are exploited, when and if the investment funds come to Cyprus, is also up to our side,” he said.The minister visited the natural gas liquefaction terminal in Doha, the largest in the world, where he saw installations and asked for the exchange of technical knowledge, which is one of the items agreed in the Memorandum of Understanding signed on Monday with Qatar.You May LikeLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementBad Digestion Slowing You Down? Top Doctor Reveals What You Need To DoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
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