New Delhi: The Supreme Court on Friday referred its March 2018 verdict banning automatic arrests in Dalit atrocity cases to a bench of three judges. The top court’s ruling comes on a review petition filed by the centre last year. The top court had last year banned automatic arrests and registration of cases under the Scheduled Caste and Scheduled Tribe (Prevention of Atrocities) Act, 1989, triggering protests in parts of the country against dilution of the law that was designed to protect marginalised communities from abuse and discrimination. Also Read – India gets first tranche of Swiss bank a/c details The March 2018 ruling of the court required approval of the Superintendent of Police to arrest those accused of an offence under this law. Besides, it required a deputy SP to conduct a preliminary inquiry to find out if prima facie, a case can be made under the law. The ruling BJP initially appeared to go along with the verdict but later recalibrated its stand in the face of widespread anger among Dalit groups and opposition parties targeting the ruling party as anti-Dalit. Also Read – Tourists to be allowed in J&K from Thursday The Centre first filed a review petition in the Supreme Court but the court didn’t immediately stay its verdict. A few months later, the changes were cancelled by Parliament to restore the power of police to carry out immediate arrests in cases of atrocities and denial of anticipatory bail. The implementation of the 1989 SC/ST Act has been patchy. For instance, only 16 percent of people charged under the 1989 law were convicted in 2016. But it has been associated with the notion of power and dignity for the marginalised sections, who could file a case against members of the powerful upper caste.(Inputs from Hindustan Times)
A new class-action lawsuit wants to seek damages for inmates subjected to solitary confinement.Kathleen MartensAPTN NewsA class-action lawsuit is seeking damages for time spent in solitary confinement on behalf of thousands of inmates in B.C. jails.The suit, filed last week in B.C. Supreme Court, still needs to be certified by a judge.If approved, lawyer James Sayce said he will pursue compensation for “lasting and permanent harms” incurred by people subjected to isolation.“In our view there are international standards which apply to the use of solitary confinement in jails,” he said from Toronto.“Solitary confinement should be a tool of last resort.”B.C. Corrections declined to comment for this story but said it intended to file a statement of defence.“With this matter before the courts, it would be inappropriate to comment further,” a spokeswoman added.Sayce, of the Koskie-Minsky firm, said B.C. uses solitary confinement for two reasons – administrative or disciplinary.But, he said, there aren’t “sufficient safeguards” to protect prisoners from being subjected to an abuse of those reasons.“The prison authorities will often justify the use of solitary confinement in inappropriate means,” he said in a telephone interview.Solitary confinement, Sayce said, should be used “sparingly” and, for some inmates, not at all.And when used, “a person should be released from solitary at the earliest possible time.”Concerns about practiceThe lawsuit applies to anyone – male and female – who spent time in solitary confinement while serving a sentence of less than two years in a B.C. correctional facility, Sayce added.“The harms associated with solitary for those groups, we say, rises to the level of cruel or unusual treatment, which is unconstitutional in this country,” he said.“People suffering from serious mental illness and people that are young – under the age of 18 – are not properly equipped to deal with the stresses of solitary confinement.”A large proportion of those inmates would be Indigenous people, like his representative plaintiff Cody Cragg of Vancouver Island, because he said Canada has an “over-representation” of Indigenous inmates at all levels of the system.Sayce said Cragg was kept in solitary for lengthy periods while serving time at the Prince George Regional Correctional Centre despite being diagnosed with mental health issues.“It’s our submission he’s a person who should never have been placed in solitary confinement,” he said.“He’s a person who should have been given treatment in a clinical setting.”Sayce said solitary confinement is used in all provincial and federal correctional institutions.He has already certified class-action lawsuits on behalf of inmates subjected to solitary in Ontario and while serving penitentiary time.In his 2017 report, Canada’s correctional investigator said Indigenous inmates were subjected to segregation more than other inmates – and, at the same time, found the use of segregation declining for non-Indigenous prisoners.Ottawa has since moved to eradicate the practice in the federal system by tabling Bill C-83.Sayce noted there is a syndrome associated with time spent in solitary confinement and damages will be higher for prisoners who spent the most time in a cell alone – sometimes up to 22 hours a day – with no human email@example.com@katmarte
PARIS — Grassroots protests over hikes in taxes on diesel fuel and gasoline have continued in France, though on a far smaller scale than the ones that paralyzed traffic around the country.Interior Minister Christophe Castaner on Sunday increased the number of people reported injured during Saturday’s protests to 409. He said 14 of them had serious injuries. Castaner told RTL radio 28 firefighters and member of police forces also were injured.A protester struck and killed by a car that accelerated in a panic at a roadblock in the Savoie region was the only death. French media reported on Sunday that the driver of the vehicle was handed preliminary manslaughter charges.Castaner said 157 people were detained for questioning — up from 73 reported Saturday night.Protests continued at 150 sites.The Associated Press
NEW YORK — In “Pass It On,” Associated Press beat reporters ask executives to share experiences and insights that will resonate with anyone managing a business.The AP interviewed Susie Jaramillo and Nuria Santamaria Wolfe, co-founders of Encantos Media Studios. It’s the family-owned company behind Canticos, a brand of bilingual books, interactives apps and videos inspired by classic Spanish-language nursery songs. Nickelodeon adapted Canticos this year to create a series for toddlers, available on its digital platforms.Santamaria Wolfe is a former head of multicultural strategy at Twitter and Jaramillo is a former co-owner of a Latino-focused ad agency.Q: Nickelodeon saw mainstream appeal in your Hispanic-inspired brand. What advice do you have for other multicultural brand developers?Jaramillo: People will find your culture appealing. When it comes to products, sometimes people get narrowed-minded, thinking, if I leverage culture I won’t appeal to my general market. My mantra is, “Yes you will, if you do it well.” If you leverage culture elegantly, you will create a product with global appeal.Q: What were the biggest hurdles in launching your company and how did you overcome it?Jaramillo: The hardest thing to do is finding partners you can trust, taking a risk and not being afraid of failure. Seek out partners that see your audience as a business imperative. And when I say partners, I mean distribution partners, clients who you go into business with. Seek out like-minded professionals who are really passionate about the same ideas you are and don’t be afraid to trust them.Q: Canticos was first released on its own YouTube channel and individual apps. How do you harness digital technology and social media to reach your target audience?Santamaria Wolfe: I understood the power of tech and digital to really enable a small brand to gain customer attention just as a bring brand would. One is having a presence. Moms are on Instagram, Twitter and Facebook. Two, is making sure you are connecting with the customer on an emotional level. Create little moments so that they know that you are a brand for them. We are brand by moms for moms.Alexandra Olson, The Associated Press
Casablanca – The Casablanca police arrested, three out of five suspects on Sunday who had robbed the passengers of a bus in Casablanca’s Enouassar neighborhood last Saturday.Armed with knives and swords, the five suspects allegedly stopped a bus in Casablanca’s Enouassar neighborhood and robbed all the passengers.Out of the five suspects, three were arrested on Sunday, whereas the two others are still on the run.Using the same weapons, a gang of masked hooligans broke into Benjelloun Stadium in Casablanca, where the Wydad soccer team was having a training session last week.The suspects assaulted and robbed Wydad’s members and players and vandalized their cars before leaving the stadium.Some of the players, suffering different degrees of injury, were taken to a hospital to receive treatment.Armed robbery, especially with the use of knives and swords, has become a recurrent phenomenon in Casablanca. Many residents of the economic capital have complained against insecurity and lack of police presence in the city.Edited by Liz Yaslik© Morocco World News. All Rights Reserved. This material may not be published, rewritten or redistributed
By Alexander JusdanisRabat – Dismissed for “abandoning” traditional styles and techniques, Morocco’s modernist architecture lies in disrepair. But a new generation of architects is leading a push to renovate these forgotten sites and welcome them as a legitimate and valuable piece of the kingdom’s heritage.The hot springs of Sidi Harazem, a town resting in the arid mountains surrounding the city of Fez, have drawn travelers as early as the Romans seeking their alleged healing powers. In 1958, to accommodate these visitors, Morocco constructed the Sidi Harazem Thermal Bath Complex, composed of gardens, walkways, open-air pavilions, accommodations, and a striking circular pool. The spa was the first large infrastructure project featuring a public space erected after independence. “The complex [was] the ambitious statement of a new nation determined to create modern and forward-thinking gathering places for its citizens,” says Fez architect Aziza Chaouni.But in the past 30 years, the site has fallen victim to neglect and poor maintenance, and its central features – a market, a central courtyard, and a set of bungalows – remain closed. Meanwhile, public interest has dwindled.This summer, Chaouni and her design practice received the Getty Foundation’s annual Keeping It Modern grant, which awarded her USD 150,000 to “preserve the complex’s architectural significance while reimagining the location as a dynamic tourist center.” Leading a team of architects, engineers, researchers, and photographers, Chaouni intends to not only return the spa to its raw concrete splendor, but also to put together an exhibition, a book, and workshops detailing its history.The architect, known for her work on Fez’s urban riverbanks and Al-Qarawiyyin library, explained to Morocco World News that the project is a personal quest. Growing up in Fez, Chaouni would frequently visit the nearby Sidi Harazem springs, saying the site’s “architectural power touched [her] even as a child.”“As I witnessed the station closing down little by little […] I felt compelled to safeguard this wonderful heritage,” said the architect.Concrete FreedomBut the Sidi Harazem spa also has a broader historical significance as a relic of the continent’s post-colonial zeitgeist. The 1950s and 1960s saw African colonial governments drop like dominoes, with 32 countries liberated from foreign rule over the course of nine years. In a fervor to establish themselves as modern nations, many of the newly-independent states embarked on ambitious public works projects, using the style of the day: Brutalism.This no-frills design philosophy fetishized function, favoring simple shapes, hard edges, and a heavy use of concrete. Drawing upon an aesthetic purposely void of historical precedent, governments across the continent started constructing universities, stadiums, state banks, and other public buildings to signal a clean break from the colonial past.“The daring and ambitious designs of new buildings […] mirrored the optimism and aspirations of the newly liberated states,” explains the New York-based Center for Architecture.Mémoires des Architectes Moderne Marocains (MAMMA), a modernist heritage advocacy group run by Casablanca architecture professors Imad Dahmani and Elmoumni Lahbib, stressed that independence represented a turning point for construction in the kingdom: “A new generation of pioneer Moroccan architects were able to work freely, in a contemporary and modern fashion, without attachment to any colonial or conformist dogma.”One of the country’s most prolific post-independence architects was Jean-Francois Zevaco. A French national born in Casablanca in 1916, Zevaco studied at the École Nationale Supérieure des Beaux-Arts in Paris before returning to Morocco, where he “established the very principle of modernity,” according to HuffPost Maghreb’s Youssef Roudaby.Through his private practice, Zevaco designed some of the kingdom’s best-known architecture during the decades following independence: the United Nations Dome in Casablanca, a housing development in post-earthquake Agadir (for which he won the Aga Khan Prize for Architecture), and the Sidi Harazem spa, among others.Financed by the state pension fund CDG, the Brutalist baths personified “the image of progress the young state wanted to project,” said Chaouni. MAMMA called them a “referential site of the era.”Leaving the Modern PastBut changing aesthetic tastes and economic policies soon killed the state’s passion for public works. Starting in the 1970s, modernism came to be felt as “reminiscent of both a repressive imperialist past and an enduring western dominion,” writes Chaouni, and subsequently fell out of fashion in Morocco and the rest of the continent.To push against modernism’s “pure aestheticism,” King Hassan II himself advocated in a 1986 speech for a revival of “Moroccan identity” in architecture, explained MAMMA. A neo-traditional style gradually emerged, embodied by what the group disparagingly called the “green tile” – referring to zellij mosaic – “a convenient rhetorical motif to express a national architecture.”At the same time, attention turned towards rehabilitating Morocco’s pre-colonial heritage, particularly its medinas. The old cities had been left crumbling after their more affluent inhabitants moved to the higher-prestige villes nouvelles, fleeing an influx of dispossessed rural migrants. As Morocco began inscribing its prominent medinas and historical sites like Volubilis as UNESCO World Heritage sites in the 1980s, preservation groups cropped up across the kingdom to lead repair efforts.While architectural aesthetics took a nationalist bent, Morocco’s economic policy went in the opposite direction. After independence, the kingdom had adopted a state-development mode, maintaining a well-funded public sector. But starting in the 1980s, facing poor agricultural returns, a hefty state budget deficit, and pressure from the IMF to enact “structural adjustment,” Morocco began privatizing its public enterprises to attract foreign investment. Thus the state largely stopped funding and maintaining ambitious public works like those designed by Zevaco.The Sidi Harazem baths subsequently fell into disrepair, compounded by a shift of the nation’s tourism industry towards its beaches. A series of poorly-executed renovations followed, which Chaouni deplored as seeking to “tame” the austere concrete with a “vernacular varnish” of traditional tiles and wood carving. Zevaco was not consulted. As a result, according to Chaouni, some of the spa’s original furniture and fixtures are now “unfortunately lost forever.”MAMMA says this could a taste of things to come for Morocco’s modernist sites. “When we’ve seen the state of [architectural] heritage built after independence, we’ve realized that in 50 years this heritage, which we are in the middle of indexing and studying, will also be partly abandoned, forsaken, or even demolished. This is already the case of many buildings, unfortunately.” The organization was founded last year for this very reason,and has since led a number of programs and exhibitions drawing attention to the sites’ plight.Photo Credit: Michael A. TolerHeretical HeritageBut Chaouni is optimistic. Asides from some irreparable damages, the majority of the site is in “excellent state.” And with the Getty Foundation grant, she sees a chance to not only revive an ignored piece of Moroccan architectural history, but to cast light on the potential of these post-independence sites as much-needed public spaces.Partially as a result of the privatization initiatives of the 1980s, Morocco’s population and urban centers have since doubled in size “without the development of sufficient public infrastructure and programs,” the architect wrote in a 2008 article. For her, time-tested modernist sites like the Sidi Harazem spa offer a workable, if concrete, cushion to urban overcrowding.“Within a developing world context of stringent economic pressures and a growing political disengagement from the urban public arena, the resilience of modern buildings allows them to become efficient means to palliate the scarcity of adequate public facilities and infrastructure,” explained Chaouni.This may be marking another turning point in Moroccan architecture. Whereas architects of the late 20th century saw themselves in conflict with modernism, something they saw as contrary to Moroccan tradition, Chaouni and her ilk take a more inclusive approach.Moroccan modernism drew upon the kingdom’s heritage as well, asserted MAMMA, which it “understood and translated through its use of space, light, and materials, not through identity-based forms or motifs.” The success of the style “was in its relationship with the past, and with the modernity of the era.” Through this, it itself has become part of Morocco’s heritage and should be respected as such.Chaouni refrained from making any such grand theory, but her plans for Sidi Harazem seem to put forth a similar message: the buildings are already here – let’s put them to use.
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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. Her waxwork is wearing the green PAROSH dress she wore for their engagement announcement as well as a replica of her diamond engagement ring.Harry’s figure, originally created in 2014 to mark his 30th birthday, has been updated for the occasion.Tussauds London’s general manager Edward Fuller said: “Excitement ahead of the royal wedding is reaching fever pitch and we have been inundated with questions about when people can finally meet ‘Their Royal Likenesses’. “There is a lot of love out there for Meghan and Harry and we’re following their lead by inviting the great British public to join the couple in their wedding celebrations here at Madame Tussauds London.” Meghan Markle wears the dress she wore for their engagementCredit:Paul Grover for the Telegraph A replica of the ringCredit:Samir Hussein/ WireImage If you didn’t manage to snag a ticket to the Royal wedding, this could be the next best thing.Fans of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle can take a photograph with the uncanny waxworks of the happy couple from May 18.Madame Tussauds in London unveiled their figurine of Meghan Markle and a revamped Prince Harry ahead of opening the exhibit to the public later this month.The likeness of the American actress, standing alongside her groom Prince Harry, has been unveiled in anticipation of the Royal Wedding.Harry’s figure, which was originally made to celebrate his 30th birthday, has been updated and both will be accessible to the public the day before their nuptials on May 19.The attraction is holding a “stag and hen do” before the Royal wedding at which over-18s can take photographs with the waxwork figures. The attraction said it will offer free entry to guests named Meghan or Harry on the day of the royal wedding.Madame Tussauds London’s sister attraction in New York will also reveal its own Meghan figure later today.The Times Square location is naming the figure an “American Princess”, and she will strike a different pose, and wear an outfit designed by British label Self-Portrait.
This Proctor and Gamble ad from the OlympicsSome were frustrated by this ad’s failure to acknowledge fathers’ contributions to their childrens upbringing, but there’s no doubting the emotion this stirs in most.This Thai life insurance adWho knew that Thai people were so good at making us cry?The John Lewis Christmas adA modern classic.The Pantene Violinist adShe’s deaf! But she wants to play the violin!This ad for Australian organisation GetUp!This tale of two young romancers went viral in Australia, it’s easy to see why.And of course, the ultimate classicWill we ever get over this ad? Probably not.13 ads that make you want to stick knitting needles in your eyes and ears>16 of the cleverest ads from around the world> LAST WEEK, A Thai ad for a telecommunications company went viral due to its ability to get to people’s hearts and make them cry.It’s not the first to strike a tear filled chord with people though. Emotionally manipulative ads are the stuff of advertisers dreams, but hey, sometimes you need a cry.So, here are ten ads which are definitely weepers.The aforementioned Thai mobile adThis Chipotle adThis ad for Chipotle, an American chain of fast food restaurants specialising in Mexican food takes you on a journey through the world of genetically modified food and has had American weeping since it launched last week.This Budweiser adThis was one of the ads featured during the Superbowl in January, but never made it to our screens. If you’re an animal lover, prepare to weep.This Cesar adYou know this one. It’s probably made you cry before.Let’s watch it again.
Flickr/jronaldleeA group of cats is called a pounce. Flickr/silgeoAnd a group of rhinos is called a crash. Can’t see the photo? Try reloading this post (Imgur/Reddit)A group of giraffes is called a tower.A group of hippos is called a bloat.A group of penguins is called a huddle. A group of ferrets is called a business.A group of hedgehogs is called a prickle.A group of otters is called a romp. A group of owls is called a parliament.Can’t see the photo? Try reloading this post (Imgur/Reddit)A group of lizards is called a lounge.A group of mice is called a mischief. All images: Press Association except where notedAre there any favourites we’ve missed? Add them in the comments..VIDEO: 16 cats being total arses>IN PICTURES: Beautiful terriers and hounds at Crufts 2013>
42 Comments Suspect in custody over fatal shooting of police officers in ambush attack in the US The shootings took place early this morning. By AFP http://jrnl.ie/3058352 21,363 Views Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Share8 Tweet Email Nov 2nd 2016, 2:53 PM Updated 2.53pm Source: Charlie NeibergallA SUSPECT IS in custody after two police officers in the US were shot dead early this morning in ambush-style attacks.The men were shot while in their patrol cars.Police had earlier said they were searching for a 46-year-old white male in the shooting death of the police officers.“It doesn’t look like there was any interaction between these officers, and whoever the coward is… shot them as they sat in their cars,” Des Moines Police Sergeant Paul Parizek said in an early morning news conference.It looks just like that, that these officers were ambushed.Authorities said a member of the Urbandale police force was found dead just after 1am (6am GMT).Twenty minutes later, a second Des Moines police officer was discovered gunned down at an intersection around two miles away. US media said the officer died after being taken to the hospital. Sergeant Paul Parizek speaking during the press conference this morning Source: APParizek told reporters police would be doubling up to patrol in pairs in the wake of the shootings.“There is a clear and present danger to police officers right now and we’ve doubled up our police officers” so that no one is working alone, he said.A series of tips and leads drew investigators to a suspect, the officers said, although they declined to comment on a motive for the killings.I think you know that oftentimes in these investigations we don’t figure out what the motive is until we get done and then there’s times we can’t make sense of what their motive is, or they don’t even share that with us.The incident marks the first time a Des Moines officer has been shot in the line of duty since two police were gunned down in 1977, The Des Moines Register said.The United States was on edge for weeks in July following the shooting in Dallas of five officers and a similar assault in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, where three officers were shot dead by a former military veteran.Those killings were carried out in apparent retribution for a string of high-profile police shootings of black citizens which inflamed racial tensions in the United States.- © AFP, 2016Read: Man arrested after two police officers shot dead in domestic disturbance call> Wednesday 2 Nov 2016, 2:53 PM Short URL
After a rain-soaked and Indigenous-themed Remembrance Day ceremony at the Australian War Memorial in Canberra, hundreds stayed on for the opening of the Captain Reg Saunders Gallery – the first space in the memorial ever to be named after an individual. Captain Saunders served in North Africa, Greece, Crete and New Guinea during WWII, before serving in the Korean War as a captain – the first Indigenous commissioned officer in the Australian Army. Those on the VIP guest list for the gallery-naming ceremony included top-ranking defence force chiefs and more than 60 of Reg Saunders’ extended family. Greek Australian community leaders were also much in evidence with representatives attending from the ACT, NSW and Victoria. Memorial director Brendan Nelson said the memorial’s council voted unanimously to name the space after Captain Saunders. “Only one person is going to have his name on anything inside the Australian War Memorial – that’s Reg Saunders,” Dr Nelson said, in an emotional speech that paid tribute to Saunders’ central role in the story of Aboriginal reconciliation in Australia. In her speech, Glenda Humes, Captain Saunders’ eldest surviving daughter, paid particular tribute to the Cretan people during WWII who gave her father sanctuary for almost a year after the Battle of Crete. “His experience there, as a young soldier on the run, and the courage and generosity of the Greeks he met, influenced who he became,” said Ms Humes, “and our family will always be grateful for what they did.” During the ceremony Ms Humes presented Dr Nelson with her father’s military medals, which will become part of the memorial’s collection. They include the medal bestowed on Saunders (and other Australian soldiers who fought in the Greece and Crete campaigns) by the Greek government. Reg Saunders’ daughter said she and her family were overwhelmed by the decision of the AWM to rename the gallery. “We thought, ‘what an honour’, particularly when [Dr Nelson] told us that this is the first time a room in the memorial has been named after somebody,” she said. “You think, ‘wow, that’s my dad’. You don’t always see your dad in the way other people do.” Ms Humes also donated to the memorial a collection of her father’s wartime private letters. George Katheklakis, President of the Cretan Association of Canberra and Districts, told Neos Kosmos: “The vision of the AWM is tremendous in recognising Reg Saunders’ service in this way, and in doing so, making a bold step forward in the process of reconciliation. “Glenda Humes spoke very movingly about the bonds forged between her father and Greece in the war, and it was a great privilege to be at what was a historic occasion.” Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
More appalling details have surfaced regarding the gruesome deaths of a 30-year-old German man and his Bulgarian partner Lilia Botuseva, 23, reported missing since 8 June 2017.Their bodies were discovered in a rented room and a village hotel in Vlachata, Kefalonia where they were staying as tourists.The couple had arrived in Greece in a car with fake plates that the man had rented in Germany. According to the Greek authorities and coroner Angeliki Tsiola, the duo appear to have taken their lives during a New Year’s Eve satanic ceremony.A time-frame of 24 hours before the first full moon of the year is often associated with satanic rituals and sacrifices. As Mrs Tsiola mentioned in her report, the woman started to cut herself with a blade causing abundant bleeding from several fatal wounds. Once the man saw Botuseva die, he allegedly sat in the bathtub which he had filled with water and thrust a knife through his heart. The woman’s body had multiple scars from previous acts of self harm, possibly caused by participating in similar rituals in the past. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram
A sports betting services provider has hired Iain Willetts as reward consultant.In his new role, Willetts will work to develop a global reward strategy in order to support the organisation’s global business.Willetts has experience in developing reward capability and infrastructure, pay structures, employee benefits and communications. He has previously worked as interim reward director and consultant at Oaklea Consultancy, interim reward director at Engie UK and Ireland, and interim reward lead at Yorkshire Building Society Group.
Brazils World Cup stadium in Natal is up for sale as the company that owns it is suffering from cash flow problems following a corruption scandal.Natals Dunas arena is being sold by owner Grupo OAS, with the company also trying to sell the 50% share it owns of the Fonte Nova arena in Salvador.The company has struggled for months with the impact of a corruption investigation at state-controlled oil company Petrobras, which undercut the builders access to financing.An economic downturn, government austerity and a slumping currency has also taken its toll, leading to Grupo OAS to announce it is selling its stakes in football venues and other businesses to focus on the core construction business.OAS spent $187m (£126.2m) on completely rebuilding the old Fonte Nova arena in Salvador and $134m on the new Dunas arena. The Fonte Nova hosted six games in the 2014 tournament and the Dunas arena four.The announcement was the latest in a string of bad news for Brazilian football post-World Cup.Earlier this week Esporte Club Bahia, one of the biggest clubs in Salvador, said they were abandoning plans to use the Fonte Nova because they felt the owners did not respect their fans. Close
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Outgoing Justice Minister Ionas Nicolaou will remain in office for 15 more days to handle the justice reform bills, the government said on Wednesday.Nicolaou resigned early this month over the apparent police failures in investigating the disappearances of foreign women and two children who turned out to be the victims of a serial killer.Government spokesman Prodromos Prodromou said Wednesday the president had asked Nicolaou to stay for another two weeks to oversee crucial justice reform bills. Nicolaou will leave office on June 1, Prodromou said.The minister’s resignation was followed by the dismissal of police chief Zacharias Chrysostomou.The independent police watchdog is currently looking into the affair that has shocked the island.New chief Kypros Michaelides said his intention was to rid the force of any members who did not carry out their duty as they ought to.Speaking before a joint session of the House human rights and legal affairs committees, Michaelides said based on the findings of the probe, the leadership will decide on how to tackle any shortcomings to avoid potential mistakes in the future.He said the case will become part of the curriculum at the police academy.The issue emerged on April 14 after the accidental discovery of a woman’s body inside a mine shaft in Mitsero.It was followed by the discovery of a second body in the same shaft and the arrest of army officer Nicos Metaxas, 35, who has since confessed, according to police, to killing five foreign women and two children, the daughters of two of the women.It quickly emerged that three of the women and the two children had been reported missing a couple of years ago but police had not carried out a proper investigation into their fate.Authorities have since recovered five bodies and are still looking for two more in two lakes in Mitsero and Xyliatos.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’Undoby Taboolaby Taboola
The Pancyprian exams started on Monday morning, with Education Minister Costas Hambiaouris wishing students every success ahead of the first test.The exams kicked off at high schools around the island at 8am with 7,689 students sitting a three-hour modern Greek exam, which is compulsory for all school leavers. 324 of them are graduates of previous years.5,695 school leavers seek access to universities in Greece and Cyprus, while 1,994 just want to get a school leaving certificate.The number of students taking the exam this year is the lowest in the past five years.In 2018 approximately 7,700 students sat the exams, and in 2017 8,137.Hambiaouris visited Kykkos Lyceum in Nicosia early in the morning, wishing the students success and saying he believes the exam reflects what has been taught.“You realise that I personally have no involvement in the writing of the paper,” he said, answering questions during his visit at the school. “What I can tell you is that by talking to those responsible for preparing it, they have been given instructions regarding the subject matter, for it to be relevant to the material that the children were taught, to be an essay that can be completed in the time they have and I believe that this framework, which we have set, has been followed.”In previous years the three-hour Greek exam has been the cause of controversy both because of the low average grade achieved by students and the difficulty of some questions.The exams will be completed on June 13. The results will be ready around June 23, it was announced. You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoModernizeIf Your Home Has Old Roofing, Read ThisModernizeUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCypriot tycoon launches ‘Bank of Cannabis’UndoThree arrested in connection with hotel theftsUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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