first_img Related Items:beach house, chistian robelledo, kitchen 218 Providenciales, 02 Oct 2014 – Sneak peek and grand opening this evening at the Beach House resort on Grace Bay… Kitchen 218 and its lead chef, Christian Robelledo will welcome scores of guests at the resort for a taste of his savory style. TM will be there filming… look for the highlights on the show. TCI Chef set to wow at New York food showcase Recommended for you Magnetic Media recommended Valentine’s Day Eventscenter_img Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Chef Cristian Rebolledolast_img

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first_imgGranit Xhaka was disappointed with the way Arsenal conceded the equaliser in their 1-1 draw at BrightonThe 26-year-old was restored to his usual slot in midfield alongside Lucas Torreira and Matteo Guendouzi at the AMEX on Boxing Day after recently playing in defence.But Xhaka was soon moved back into the backline after Laurent Koscielny came off for Ainsley Maitland-Niles.However, manager Unai Emery’s changes failed to have the desired impact with Brighton’s Jurgen Locadia cancelling out Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s early opener.“Of course we wanted to take three points,” Xhaka told Arsenal.com.“We tried our best and I think we had a good game today, but maybe with a bit of luck we could have got the three points. We’re not so happy at the moment.Jose Mourinho is sold on Lampard succeeding at Chelsea Tomás Pavel Ibarra Meda – September 14, 2019 Jose Mourinho wanted to give his two cents on Frank Lampard’s odds as the new Chelsea FC manager, he thinks he will succeed.There really…“At 1-0 we had two or three good chances where the keeper was excellent.“But after it went to 1-1, from our corner and a long ball, it can happen but if you come here and concede a goal like this, it’s not good enough.”He added: “It was difficult in the second half. Brighton were good in defence, they stayed compact and played on the counter.“We had chances, not as many as in the first half, but that’s football and we have to improve a lot of things.”Arsenal will next take on Premier League leaders Liverpool at Anfield on Saturday.last_img read more

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first_imgAuthorities throughout California hunt man suspected of killing a police officer December 26, 2018 AP, KUSI Newsroom, Categories: California News, Local San Diego News, National & International News FacebookTwitter Updated: 1:38 PM The man suspected of killing a police officer this week in Newman, California, has been arrested, according to Deputy Blake Edwards with the Kern County Sheriff’s Office. Via @CNN— KUSI News (@KUSINews) December 28, 2018 Update from Kern County Sheriff’s Office. (12/28/18 1:00 PM): AP, KUSI Newsroom Posted: December 26, 2018 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 FRANCISCO (AP) — Authorities throughout California are hunting the man suspected of killing a policeman during a traffic stop in a small Central Valley town.Police agencies in and out of California were alerted to watch for the heavyset, chain-wearing suspect in Wednesday’s slaying of 33-year-old Cpl. Ronil Singh, Stanislaus County sheriff’s Sgt. Tom Letras said.Stanislaus County Sheriff Adam Christianson told reporters Thursday that authorities have identified a suspect but didn’t name him. The sheriff says the suspect is in United States illegally.The public was asked for information about his identity and the California Highway Patrol warned that he was considered armed and dangerous.Singh was shot a few minutes after radioing in that he was pulling over a gray pickup truck that had no license plate in Newman, a town of about 10,000 people some 100 miles (160 kilometers) southeast of San Francisco.Singh was pronounced dead at a hospital.A ground and air search began. Authorities were looking for a man seen in surveillance photos at a convenience store shortly before the shooting.He appeared to be a heavy man with short, dark hair, a silver chain, jeans, dark T-shirt and a dark jacket with white Ecko brand patches on the shoulders.Newman detectives asked anyone with information about the man’s identity to contact them.“We have sent out information to law enforcement up and down the state, as well as outside California,” Letras said.A truck believed to have been the one stopped by Singh was later found in a garage in a mobile home park about 4 miles (6 kilometers) from the shooting. Investigators were examining it, police said.Singh was a native of Fiji and the father of an infant son. He joined the Newman police force in 2011. Earlier in his career, Ronil Singh worked as a deputy with the Merced County Sheriff’s Department.“He was living the American dream,” said Stanislaus County sheriff’s Deputy Royjinder Singh, who is not related to the slain officer but knew him.“He loved camping, loved hunting, loved fishing, loved his family,” the deputy said.On his Facebook page, Ronil Singh posted pictures on Christmas Eve from a deep-sea fishing trip that produced a big haul of crabs and fish. The profile picture shows him smiling as he stands at a patrol car with a dog — the same photograph of the officer released by the Sheriff’s Department.Ronil Singh is survived by his wife, Anamika, and a 5-month-old son, authorities said.Outgoing California Gov. Jerry Brown offered condolences to Ronil Singh’s family and said flags at the Capitol would fly at half-staff in his honor.“Our hearts are with the entire community of Newman and law enforcement officers across the state who risk their lives every day to protect and serve the people of California,” Brown said. UPDATE (12/28/18 11:00 AM):last_img read more

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first_imgWILMINGTON, MA — Below are 5 things to do in Wilmington on Monday, June 10, 2019:#1) Wilmington Board of Selectmen MeetingThe Wilmington Board of Selectmen meets at 7pm in Town Hall’s Room 9. Read the agenda HERE.#2) Wilmington Historical Commission MeetingThe Wilmington Historical Commission meets at 7pm in the Harnden Tavern. Read the agenda HERE.#3) Wilmington Housing Authority MeetingThe Wilmington Housing Authority meets at 5pm in Deming Way’s Community Hall. Read the agenda HERE.#4) Teen Volunteer Orientation At Wilmington LibraryThe Wilmington Memorial Library (175 Middlesex Avenue) is holding a volunteer orientation for teens from 2:30pm to 3:30pm. Earn volunteer hours this summer and get ahead for next year! Attend this orientation to learn more about our available volunteer opportunities, like helping with the Bead Store, programming, or Tech Buddies, and earn 1 hour of community service right away. If possible, please apply online before the meeting. Grades 9-12. Register HERE.#5) Town Beach Open The Town Beach is open today.  Lifeguards are on duty from 10am to 8pm. Admission is FREE for residents. Proof of residency is required. Learn more HERE.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email wilmingtonapple@gmail.com.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Monday, September 9, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Monday, May 13, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Tuesday, September 3, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”last_img read more

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first_imgMark Zuckerberg might have to testify again, this time not in front of Congress, but in court. James Martin/CNET Washington, DC, Attorney General Karl Racine has said his court case against Facebook for last year’s Cambridge Analytica data breach will go ahead. Facebook’s second attempt to block the lawsuit has now failed, Racine tweeted Friday. The DC attorney general sued Facebook in December, alleging that the company failed to safeguard the personal data of its users. Facebook’s “lax oversight and misleading privacy settings” allowed Cambridge Analytica to access the personal information of up to 87 million Facebook users, the lawsuit said. The scandal saw CEO Mark Zuckerberg testify to Congress on Facebook’s data privacy policies. 🚨 #BREAKING: For the 2nd time, the court has denied Facebook’s attempt to stop our lawsuit that seeks to hold the company accountable for not protecting the personal data of nearly half of DC residents. We look forward to discovery and continuing our case to protect consumers.— AG Karl A. Racine (@AGKarlRacine) June 28, 2019 Share your voice Facebook, Cambridge Analytica and data mining: What you need to know Facebook allegedly knew of Cambridge Analytica data mining earlier than reported Zuckerberg takes Facebook data apology tour to Washington Facebook and the Cambridge Analytica data breach scandal Post a comment Now playing: Watch this: 0 Did Facebook lose control of your information? Tags The US Federal Trade Commission also kicked off an investigation of Facebook after the Cambridge Analytica scandal for violating a legal agreement it had with the US government to keep user data private. Facebook has previously estimated that the FTC could fine the company $3 billion to $5 billion.  The New York attorney general’s office is similarly investigating Facebook over the harvesting of email contacts of about 1.5 million users without their consent.  “It is time Facebook is held accountable for how it handles consumers’ personal information,” New York Attorney General Letitia James said in a statement in April. “Facebook has repeatedly demonstrated a lack of respect for consumers’ information while at the same time profiting from mining that data.” The social network confirmed in April that it collected the email contacts of its users but said it wasn’t deliberate. Originally published June 28, 5:21 p.m. PT.   Update, 6:01 p.m.: Adds Facebook comment. Legal Cambridge Analytica Mark Zuckerberg Facebook “For the second time, the court has denied Facebook’s attempt to stop our lawsuit that seeks to hold the company accountable for not protecting the personal data of nearly half of DC residents,” Racine tweeted. “We look forward to discovery and continuing our case to protect consumers.” According to the lawsuit, Facebook didn’t properly monitor data gathering by third-party apps, and its privacy settings aren’t easy for people to use. This is a breach of DC’s consumer protection law, the lawsuit alleges. “Facebook failed to protect the privacy of its users and deceived them about who had access to their data and how it was used,” Racine said in a statement in December. “Today’s lawsuit is about making Facebook live up to its promise to protect its users’ privacy.” A Facebook spokesperson told CNET that protecting its users’ data and privacy is “a top priority.” “We’ve taken a hard look at the information apps can use when you connect them to Facebook, as well as other data practices,” the spokesperson said in an emailed statement. “We know we have more work to do. However, we do not believe this suit has any merit and will continue to defend ourselves vigorously.” Mobile Internet Security Applications Mobile Apps Politics Online 3:28last_img read more

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first_imgLionel Messi reacts after France score against Argentina in World Cup 2018. Catherine Ivill/Getty ImagesArgentina football legend Lionel Messi may get banned from international football for two years for insulting the federation after the Barcelona star was sent off in the first half of the Copa America 2019 third-place match against Chile in Sao Paulo on July 6.Argentina defeated Chile 2-1 but the referee sent off Messi and Chilean defensive-midfielder Gary Medel in a controversial decision. The Argentine legend has been fuming after the loss to Brazil in the semis and it escalated after he was sent off against Chile.After the match, the 32-year-old striker criticised the referee and stated that he feels that the tournament was set up for hosts Brazil.He said: “We don’t have to be part of this corruption. The lack of respect that they have shown us throughout this tournament. Sadly, the corruption, the referees, they don’t allow people to enjoy football, they ruined it a bit.””I think the cup is fixed for Brazil. I hope that the VAR and the referees have nothing to do in this final and that Peru can compete because they have the team to do so although I think it’s difficult,” he added. Lionel Messi.Alex Livesey/Getty ImagesIn response to Messi’s statement, CONMEBOL condemned the accusations and said in a statement: “It’s unacceptable that because of incidents proper to the competitions, where 12 Nations competed in, all in equal condition, there have been unfounded accusations that misrepresent the truth and put to judgement the integrity of Copa America.”The statement further read: “Said accusations represent a lack of respect for the competition, all the football players involved and the hundreds of professionals of CONMEBOL, institution that since 2016 has been tirelessly working to transparent, professionalize and develop South American football.”On the other hand, Argentine Football Association (AFA) president Claudio Tapia said, “I can not speak because I can be sanctioned for two years”.Now, according to the CONMEBOL rules, insulting the federation and officials of the federation is strictly prohibited. As per Article 7 of the CONMEBOL rule book, Messi will get banned from international football for two years. This could probably mean the end of his international career as the Barcelona legend will turn 34 after two years. The way the federation reacted to the criticism seems like they might ban the Argentina star.Brazil won the Copa America 2019 title beating Peru 3-1 in the final at the iconic Maracana stadium with goals from Gabriel Jesus, Everton Soares and Richarlison.last_img read more

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first_imgBuildings are reflected on the glass windows of the NSE (National Stock Exchange) building in Mumbai, India. The market is expected to await fresh cues ahead of the Union Budget that will be presented on July 5.Reuters fileThe market is expected to continue to be in the consolidation mode for another week as it awaits domestic and global cues, observers say. The focus is likely to be on the progress and intensity of the monsoon, scheduled GST Council meeting and signals on likely shape of Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Union Budget, experts said.On the global front, Washington’s response to New Delhi’s decision on import tariff hike for 29 items, US-China trade war rhetoric, and meetings of three major central banks’ including US Federal Reserve’s interest rate decision will be on market radars.The market last week fell for the second consecutive week. But, overall, it remained in a consolidation mode without major sell-off as it awaited the Union Budget FY20 scheduled to be presented on July 5. The market sentiments were under pressure from the Dewan Housing Finance Limited’s (DHFL) debt repayment default and rating downgrade that pressured Yes Bank and IndusInd Bank and more regulatory measures from the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) for the non-banking financial companies (NBFC) segment. The unfolding IL&FS story of misfeasance also continued to affect the market, reports say.”The markets are currently dancing to the global tunes and we do not see this changing any time soon, in the absence of any major local trigger. Nifty could see further fall if it fails to hold 11,800 and the next crucial support will be at 11,650,” a report in the MoneyControl website said quoting Jayant Manglik of Religare Broking as saying.Vinod Nair of Geojit Financial Services also said the ripple effect from a weak global market, with premium valuation and a slow economy, is hurting the market. “Continuous exchange of words between US and Iran regarding the oil tanker attacks, progress of US-China trade-war, fed policy outcome on June 19 and progress of monsoon will be closely watched by the investors,” he was quoted as saying.The Indian rupee fell by 33 paise to end the week at 69.80 against the US dollar tracking the weakness in Chinese Yuan against a strengthing greenback. Crude oil prices rising on the back of tensions in the Middle East following attacks on oil tankers and an equity sell-off also put pressure on the currency. The Indian Parliament building is reflected in a puddle after heavy rain during the monsoon session of the Indian Parliament in New Delhi on July 20, 2018. The markets will be watching the progress and intensity of the monsoon while consolidating the gains after the elections. (Photo by Prakash SINGH / AFP)PRAKASH SINGH/AFP/Getty ImagesThe oil price rose by one percent on June 14 amid concerns over potential supply disruptions after attacks on oil tankers in the Gulf of Oman and the Strait of Hormuz. But, the week ended with a loss of 2 percent amid global demand worries due to trade disputes between the world’s largest economies, China and the US, the report says. Brent crude futures, the international benchmark for oil prices, closed at $62.01 a barrel on June 14.Indian indices are awaiting global and domestic cues after the benchmark indices pulled back from all-time highs on June 3 following the Lok Sabha elections that returned Prime Minister Narendra Modi to power. The market benefited from the foreign portfolio investors’ (FPI) higher buying interest in May but has since been seeking direction.National Stock Exchange (NSE) benchmark Nifty’s oscillations in a 400-point range with a modest slide last week showed the strength of the resistance zone of 12,000-12,050 range. It indicates there may be further pressure on the benchmark unless strong global or domestic cues emerge, the market watchers say.Nifty ended the week down at 11,823 points after opening at 11,934 points and ranging between a high of 12,000 points and a low of 11,797 points. The Bombay Stock Exchange’s (BSE) benchmark Sensex closed the week at 39,418 points after opening at 39,787 points. The benchmark hit a high of 40,065 points and a low of 39,363 points.last_img read more

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first_imgThe student demonstrators demanding quota reform on Monday warned that their protests will spread all around the country if the protesters detained by the police are not released immediately.The leaders of Sadharan Chhatra Odhikar Sangrakkhan Parishad (Bangladesh General Students’ Right Protection Council) issued the warning speaking with reporters in front of Dhaka University’s central library on Monday morning.As the police tried to disperse the protesters, Shahgagh and Dhaka University campus turned into battlefield on Sunday night, leaving at least 80 injured, according to UNB.The news agency quoting the police said 25 students were detained from the spot.“We want to request the IGP (inspector general of police) that the protesters are like your brothers or children. They are not protesting against anyone, the protest is aimed at realising our rights. That’s why release the detainees by today (Monday) noon. Or else, the movement will spread all over the country,” convener of the council, M Rashed Khan said.The demonstrators demand reform in the quota system in the recruitment of the civil service, as they called it discriminatory and contrary to the value of merit in hiring process.last_img read more

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first_imgLogo of arrestA day after a case was filed against two journalists under the Digital Security Act for running reports on election results of Khunla-1 constituency with ‘false’ information, police arrested one of them on Tuesday.Plainclothesmen picked up Hedait Hossain Mollah, Khulna correspondent of Dhaka Tribune and news portal Bangla Tribune, and city editor of local newspaper Dainik Probaho, from Gallamari area around 2:15pm, reports UNB.Later, a court sent him to jail.Batiaghata police station officer-in-charge Mahbubur Rahman said Upazila Nirbahi Officer and assistant returning officer Debashish Chowdhury filed the case on Monday night against Hedait and Rashedul Islam, Khulna Bureau chief of the Dainik Manabzamin, also newly elected vice-president of Khulna Press Club.According to the case statement, Bangla Tribune and Manabzamin published reports headlined ‘22,419 more than total votes cast in Khulna-1’ based on false and fabricated information.The plaintiff also claimed that the news tarnished the image of the election commission, returning officer concerned and others officials involved in the election.last_img read more

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first_imgA Huthi fighter guards a polling station in the capital Sanaa on 13 April 2019, during by-elections held by Huthi rebels to replace 24 `deputies` from their assembly after the deaths and defections of former elected officials. Photo: AFPYemen’s government and Huthi rebels have accepted a detailed plan for a much-delayed pullback from the flashpoint city of Hodeida, the UN envoy said Monday, but no timetable was announced for the withdrawals.The redeployment of forces was agreed in December under a ceasefire deal reached in Sweden that offered the best hope in years of moving toward an end to the war that has pushed Yemen to the brink of famine.UN envoy Martin Griffiths told the Security Council that “both parties have now accepted a detailed redeployment plan” for the first stage of the pullback from Hodeida.Griffiths said he received assurances from Huthi leader Abdul Malik al Huthi when they met in Sanaa last week that his forces would support the Hodeida agreement, but the envoy sounded a note of caution after so many delays.”Let us be clear that when — and I hope it is when and not if — these redeployments happen, they will be the first voluntary withdrawal of forces in this long conflict,” he said by videoconference from Amman.The United Nations announced a deal on the two-stage pullback from Hodeida city and its ports in February, but the redeployment failed to materialize on the ground and the peace effort has since stalled.The United States put the onus on the Huthis to unblock the process and begin redeployments as agreed in the plan.”The Yemeni government has demonstarted a clear commitment to the United Nations led process,” acting US Ambassador Jonathan Cohen told the Security Council.”It is time for the Huthis to also show the international community that they too are serious about the UN process and the agreements that they themselves reached in Stockholm,” he said.- US warns Huthis -The United States, which has supported the Saudi-led coalition backing the government in Yemen’s war, also accused the Huthis of blocking access to a food storage site that contains enough grain to feed 3.7 million people for a month.The Red Sea Mills “remain closed and the food stocks within may be rotten,” said Cohen. “At this point only the Huthis are blocking access to the Mills and they alone will be to blame if the food spoils.”The Red Sea port of Hodeida is the entry point for the bulk of imported goods and relief aid to Yemen.The detailed plan on the pullback was negotiated by Danish General Michael Lollesgaard who heads a UN monitoring mission.Following the deal on the first stage, Lollesgaard will now focus on the second phase and seek to resolve disputes over the deployment of local forces in areas from where there has been a pullback.Griffiths said he was laying the groundwork for broader serious negotiations on ending the war in Yemen but added: “We all need to see tangible progress in Hodeida before moving to focus on the political solution.”The coalition intervened in Yemen in March 2015 to push back an advance by Huthi rebels who continue to hold the capital Sanaa, and restore Hadi to power.The conflict has unleashed the world’s worst humanitarian conflict, according to the United Nations, with millions facing famine.last_img
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first_img Share Jose Luis Magana/APDemonstrators protest at Sen. Dean Heller’s, R-Nev., office in support of the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA), and Temporary Protected Status (TPS), programs on Capitol Hill on Tuesday.President Trump and congressional Democrats appear no closer to a deal on protecting “Dreamers” from deportation, but GOP lawmakers are working on a Plan B that would — if approved — prevent an election-year shutdown of the government, extending funding at least another month.A continuing resolution is due to expire this Friday, but Republicans have proposed kicking the can down the road once more with an extension on stop-gap funding through Feb. 16.Democrats have threatened a no-vote on any spending resolution that does not include an extension of Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals, or DACA. However, Republicans hope that by including a two-year delay on implementation of unpopular taxes on medical devices and high-end employer-subsidized health care plans and a six-year reauthorization of the children’s health program, or CHIP, they can get enough Democrats to come on board.Rank-and-file Republicans seem to like the deal and are hoping for a vote on Thursday, just ahead of the Friday deadline.As NPR’s Susan Davis reports, “The general consensus among members is this is simply a vote to buy time to continue negotiations on immigration and budget talks, and they want to cast the vote as a vote for/against a shutdown.”Susan reports that House Majority Leader Kevin McCarthy, R-Calif., has taken the lead negotiating role for House Republicans. He is planning a meeting Wednesday with Texas Republican Sen. John Cornyn as well as Democratic Sen. Dick Durbin and Rep. Stenny Hoyer.“We don’t want to shut down the government. …We want to keep the government open,” Hoyer, a Maryland Democrat, told reporters. “But we’re not going to be held hostage to do things that we think are going to be contrary to the best interests of the American people.”Hoyer’s remarks echoed those of many Democrats, who said they are unlikely to support any measure without a deal on DACA, which has been thrown into question by the president’s vulgar remarks last week about immigrants from African countries. As The Associated Press notes, “Democrats appeared to see scant reason to bargain with a president many in their party view as holding racist views on immigration.”The AP reports: “Republicans have enough votes to push a measure through the House if they stay largely united. But some House GOP defense hawks could vote no because they want lawmakers to approve long-term spending for the Pentagon. Conservatives were also threatening to balk.”Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit http://www.npr.org/.last_img read more

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first_imgTraumatic events like these experienced in childhood can create dangerous levels of stress and derail healthy brain development, resulting in long-term negative effects on learning, behavior, and health. The Robert Wood Johnson Foundation is part of a growing network of leaders in research, policy, and practice working to increase awareness and understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the need to develop innovative, yet practical, interventions.Learn more about ACEs and their devastating effects in the infographic below.last_img

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