Tickets are now on sale for fans to see their favourite superstars take to Old Trafford’s hallowed turf.Announcing the match, UNICEF UK Ambassador Robbie Williams said: “Soccer Aid returns for the fifth time in June and I admit there are scores to settle. Leading the England team, I will be making sure we defend that trophy against Rest of the World. There’s never been a better time for us to show our support for UNICEF so please dig deep and buy your tickets now!” Money raised through profits from ticket sales and donations made by viewers during the match will go to UNICEF’s invaluable work helping children around the world. This will be the fifth Soccer Aid event, with the previous matches, held at Wembley in 2008 and at Old Trafford in 2006, 2010 and 2012, raising over £12 million in total for UNICEF’s work for children. David Bull, UNICEF UK Executive Director, said, “Soccer Aid 2014 will raise vital money to help some of the world’s most vulnerable children get life-saving food, medicine and clean water. Every day, children are in serious danger and thousands die needlessly in the struggle against poverty, hunger and disease. It’s time for us all to act. Please, buy a ticket to go to Soccer Aid or watch the match on ITV and help us change children’s lives.” Soccer Aid 2014 has been commissioned by Elaine Bedell, ITV’s Director of Comedy and Entertainment and Asif Zubairy, Commissioning Editor, Entertainment. The Executive Producers for Initial, an Endemol company are Nic McNeilis and David Staite. Tickets now on sale for Soccer Aid 2014, call 0845 456 2014 or visit manutd.com/socceraid – Calls to this number will be charged at local rates. Go to www.unicef.org.uk/socceraid to find out more. As the UK prepares for a summer of football, what better way to kick off celebrations – than the return of Soccer Aid!The epic sporting event will be taking place on Sunday 8th June at Manchester’s legendary Old Trafford stadium and will broadcast live on ITV. Two star-studded squads of football legends and the world’s biggest stars will compete in an electrifying football match all in aid of UNICEF, the world’s leading children’s organisation. The brainchild of Robbie Williams and UNICEF UK, this year’s event will once again be hosted by Dermot O’Leary with Kirsty Gallacher pitchside, reporting on all the action as it happens. An array of Hollywood A-Listers, football legends and some of the UK’s most famous faces will battle it out to win the Soccer Aid trophy.UNICEF UK Ambassador Robbie Williams will once again lead the England team with Welsh movie star Michael Sheen returning to captain The Rest of the World.Joining Homeland’s Damian Lewis, Olly Murs, John Bishop, Jonathan Wilkes and Mark Owen in this year’s England squad will be Jack Whitehall, True Blood’s Stephen Moyer and Doctor Who’s Matt Smith. Alongside the familiar faces of TV presenters Paddy McGuinness, Ben Shephard, Bradley Walsh and Heart FM’s Jamie Theakston.Michael Sheen’s Rest of the World squad welcomes the return of Scottish actor James McAvoy, world famous chef Gordon Ramsay and The Musketeers star Santiago Cabrera. Alongside Westlife’s Nicky Byrne, comedian Patrick Kielty, and American new boy Man v Food presenter Adam Richman.English football legends signed so far include Jamie Redknapp, Jamie Carragher, Paul Ince, David Seaman and Teddy Sheringham. Edwin van der Sar and Jaap Stam are confirmed to appear for The Rest of the World, with many more high-profile names to be announced shortly.In the lead up to the big event, UNICEF UK Ambassador Cat Deeley will present a 1×60 minute show from the player’s lounge on ITV. This programme will feature hot off the press moments from the squad’s training sessions, the latest news and gossip, plus unprecedented access to the big names as they prepare to battle it out for the Soccer Aid crown.
OTTAWA – The Canadian economy expanded at an annual pace of 1.7 per cent in the final months of 2017 as the more rapid growth seen earlier in the year faded further away, Statistics Canada reported Friday.The agency’s latest numbers for real gross domestic product showed the economy grew three per cent for all of 2017 — a much-stronger pace compared with 2016 when growth was 1.4 per cent.Growth in the fourth quarter was driven by a 2.3 per cent increase in business investment compared with the third quarter, and a 0.5 per cent quarter-over-quarter rise in household spending, the report said.Overall, the fourth-quarter came in higher than the third quarter, which was revised down to an annualized rate of 1.5 per cent from 1.7 per cent.Even with the slowdown, National Bank of Canada senior economist Krishen Rangasamy described the end of 2017 as a decent hand off to 2018.“With growth like this, you can expect a sharp moderation, which is what we had in the second half of the year,” said Rangasamy, who’s predicting 2.6 per cent growth this year.“The outlook for 2018 is still positive.”Other analysts were less optimistic about the months ahead.BMO chief economist Douglas Porter said the solid contents behind the fourth-quarter report, such as the figures for business investment and housing, gave it a “somewhat rosier glow.”“The main message, though, is that the exciting growth from the middle of 2016 up until the middle of 2017 is now truly in the past, and the economy is back to the drudgery of slogging out something closer to potential of around two per cent,” Porter wrote in a note to clients.For 2017 as a whole, Statistics Canada said household spending easily made the biggest contribution to growth, followed by inventory and business investment. Exports also grew for the second-straight year with gains in both goods and services.“Much of this growth was attributable to the first two quarters of 2017, with deceleration observed toward the end of year,” the report said.The three per cent figure for 2017 matches the projection by private-sector economists that was included in the federal budget Tuesday. The budget also predicted real GDP growth of 2.2 per cent in 2018 and 1.6 per cent next year.Craig Alexander, chief economist for the Conference Board of Canada, said the country had the strongest growth in the G7 last year, but is now entering 2018 on a soft note at an increasingly uncertain time.“This cooling in Canadian growth comes at a time when there are a host of downside risks to the domestic economy from abroad, particularly U.S. trade and tax policy,” Alexander said in a statement, referring to business fears concerns related to the unknowns of U.S. corporate tax cuts and NAFTA’s renegotiation.The reading on the economy follows a report Thursday by Statistics Canada that foreign direct investment in Canada amounted to $33.8 billion, the lowest level since 2010 and well off the record of $126.1 billion set in 2007.Conservative MP Pierre Poilievre said Friday that he thinks the economy got a lift last year from temporary factors and he noted there are “ominous signs” ahead due to U.S. uncertainty, slowing growth and weakening investment.With these issues in mind, he said he had concerns over the projected deficits in the Trudeau government’s recent budget, which include a $18.1-billion shortfall for 2018-19.“They assumed that a short-term burst of good fortune was permanent and instead of saving up for a rainy day, they’re spending the cupboard bare,” Poilievre said.Looking back at the first half of 2017, Canadian growth was even stronger than previously thought. On Friday, Statistics Canada revised its real GDP numbers upward for the first and second quarters.For the first quarter, the estimate was increased to four per cent from 3.7 per cent; for the second quarter, revised growth was 4.4 per cent, up from its initial reading of 4.3 per cent.By industry throughout 2017, the report said the growth was “widespread” with 18 of the 20 sectors showing increases.Goods-producing industries expanded 4.6 per cent, compared to two-straight annual contractions of 0.5 per cent in 2016 and 1.7 per cent in 2015. The biggest contribution to growth from the goods-producing industries in 2017 came from natural resources extraction, which expanded 7.8 per cent.Services industries expanded 2.8 per cent last year for their highest pace of growth since 2011. It was led by a 7.5 per cent boost from the wholesale-trade sector.Follow @AndyBlatchford on Twitter
The United Nations human rights chief has described as “a very significant advance” the outcome document of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) summit, but noted a number of gaps in some aspects of the global plan of action to eradicate poverty and end social-economic inequality.Navi Pillay, the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, said the strong emphasis on human rights “can help fill critical gaps” in development strategies for reaching the MDGs.“A human rights perspective provides critical guidance to visualize who has been left out, and to understand and address the reasons why,” Ms. Pillay said as the three-day MDGs summit at UN Headquarters concluded late yesterday.During the summit the High Commissioner had emphasized that States should take a human rights-based approach to the MDGs, which would mean that development and aid policies should explicitly prioritize the needs of the poorest and most excluded people.But she stressed that with their emphasis on global average targets, the MDGs often neglect large segments of the world’s population, and may unwittingly exacerbate existing inequalities.She said the Action Agenda segment of the outcome document repeatedly calls for universal access to basic social services, which is a vital corrective to what many perceive as the un-ambitious nature of certain MDG targets, many of which only aim at a proportion of those affected.As an example of a shortcoming in strategy, she pointed to Goal 5 – which aims to reduce by three-quarters the maternal mortality ratio – and noted that more than 350,000 women and girls die each year from pregnancy or childbirth.“Can you imagine setting a target that would explicitly allow for 125,000 summary executions each year, or 125,000 cases of torture?” Ms. Pillay asked. “The implication seems to be that the lives of women are still considered to be less worthy. This is a rallying call for us to attack inequality with greater vigour.”Ms. Pillay said that the action plan detailed in the outcome document also repeatedly calls for analysis and assault on the “root causes” of lack of access to basic services, including barriers caused by discrimination. However, she said, there is no explicit requirement that States repeal discriminatory laws.She said the principle of participation, for example, is reflected strongly in relation to the empowerment of women, but there is no explicit recognition of participation as a right, and no specific commitments to guarantee freedom of expression and association or other human rights guarantees necessary for active, free and meaningful participation.Issues of accountability, good governance and the rule of law are referred to in a number of contexts, she said, but in relation to MDG 8, which mandates a global partnership for development, there is still a critical accountability defect because it lacks time-bound targets. She said that a particular shortcoming in the action plan relates to slum dwellers, one of the targets of MDG 7. She argued that wording in the plan could be interpreted as prioritizing slum clearance policies rather than slum upgrading policies, with no reflection of the right to security of tenure – a critical right for slum dwellers.That, she added, could lead to States to focus on slum clearance and forced evictions as MDG 7 policy measures, undermining the right to adequate housing under human rights treaties.Ms. Pillay, however, stressed that the gaps can be filled by human rights treaty commitments, as the action plan itself stipulates.The High Commissioner offered the support of her Office to States willing to integrate human rights into their development and aid policies.“We have made more than enough promises to the poor and marginalized,” she said. “The challenge now is implementation.” 23 September 2010The United Nations human rights chief has described as “a very significant advance” the outcome document of the Millennium Development Goals (MDGs) summit, but noted a number of gaps in some aspects of the global plan of action to eradicate poverty and end social-economic inequality.
The cabinet has approved a proposal for the Sri Lanka Air Force to take over the Dr Neville Fernando Hospital in Malabe.The Government said that approximately 900 students of the South Asian Institute of Technology and Medicine (SAITAM) in Malabe have been absorbed to the Sir John Kothalawala Defence University. The cabinet has now approved a proposal by President Maithripala Sirisena, in his capacity as the Minister of Defence, to appoint a committee to consider and negotiate a proposal for the Sri Lanka Air Force to take over the Dr. Neville Fernando Hospital which was affiliated to the SAITM campus. (Colombo Gazette)
NEW YORK, N.Y. – NBC’s comedy institution “Saturday Night Live” reached its largest audience since 2011 with last weekend’s episode hosted by President Trump impersonator Alec Baldwin and featuring the return of Melissa McCarthy portraying White House press secretary Sean Spicer.The show reached 10.8 million viewers, the Nielsen company said. To put that in perspective, the late-night show had a bigger audience than all but four prime-time programs on TV last week. Among younger viewers, only the Grammys had better ratings.The viewership estimate is only a portion of their audience; it doesn’t count millions of people who recorded the program for later viewing or watched clips of its skits online.McCarthy opened Saturday’s show with her Spicer portrayal and Baldwin, who has been host for a show-record 17 times, rolled out his version of Trump appearing on “People’s Court.” Kate McKinnon also did an impersonation of Trump aide Kellyanne Conway in a “Fatal Attraction” type relationship with CNN’s Jake Tapper; she also impersonated Jeff Sessions and Elizabeth Warren.It was the most-watched episode of “SNL” since Jan. 8, 2011, a show that featured Jim Carrey and the Black Keys. “SNL” ratings generally jump during election years and fade — but interest in the Trump administration has kept the numbers high.NBC wouldn’t put forth an executive to talk about its good fortune on Tuesday. James Andrew Miller, an author of an oral history of “Saturday Night Live,” noted how Trump’s tweets about the show have helped give it new life (he did not offer a Twitter critique on last weekend’s show). There have been reports that NBC is also mulling a prime-time edition of the show’s “Weekend Update” segment.“Even if he’s not tweeting about it, they know that someone in the White House is paying attention to it, and I think that increases the currency of the show,” Miller said.Trump has helped other comics, too. HBO’s John Oliver returned Sunday from a three-month hiatus to his best ratings for a season premiere. For the second straight week, CBS’ Stephen Colbert, who has concentrated on pointed political comedy in recent months, beat NBC’s usually dominant “Tonight” show in viewership, Nielsen said.The Grammys were the biggest TV event during the past week, reaching 26 million viewers for its biggest audience since 2014.CBS easily won the week in prime time, averaging 10.3 million viewers. ABC had 5.1 million viewers, NBC had 4.5 million, Fox had 3.1 million, Univision had 1.9 million, the CW had 1.6 million, Telemundo had 1.5 million and ION Television had 1.3 million.Fox News Channel was the week’s most popular cable network, averaging 2.89 million viewers. HGTV had 1.666 million, AMC had 1.665 million, USA had 1.59 million and MSNBC had 1.4 million.ABC’s “World News Tonight” topped the evening newscasts with an average of 9.1 million viewers, NBC’s “Nightly News” had 9 million and the “CBS Evening News” had 7.5 million.For the week of Feb. 6-12, the top 10 prime-time shows, their networks and viewerships: “Grammy Awards,” CBS, 26.07 million; “NCIS,” CBS, 15.57 million; “The Big Bang Theory,” CBS, 14.15 million; “The Walking Dead,” AMC, 12 million; “Bull,” CBS, 10.78 million; “Blue Bloods,” CBS, 10.65 million; “Grammy Awards Red Carpet,” CBS, 10.07 million; “Hawaii Five-O,” CBS, 9.86 million; “This is Us,” NBC, 9.57 million; “NCIS: New Orleans,” CBS, 9.01 million.___ABC is owned by The Walt Disney Co. CBS is owned by CBS Corp. CW is a joint venture of Warner Bros. Entertainment and CBS Corp. Fox is owned by 21st Century Fox. NBC and Telemundo are owned by Comcast Corp. ION Television is owned by ION Media Networks.___Online:http://www.nielsen.com by David Bauder, The Associated Press Posted Feb 14, 2017 2:35 pm MDT Last Updated Feb 14, 2017 at 3:20 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email ‘SNL’ keeps up Trump-inspired winning streak
CCTV FOOTAGE CAUGHT the moment a car in China was hit by a giant block of ice last Friday.It’s believed the ice slipped off a nearby building. No one was injured, but the car was seriously damaged. Source: ITNDriver attempts hit and run, hits 5 cars in the process>Deer’s incredible escape from car caught on camera>
GERMANY SUMMONED THE US ambassador in Berlin yesterday following the arrest of a man reported to have spied for the United States, heightening friction between the two countries over alleged US eavesdropping in Germany.US Ambassador John B. Emerson was called in “in connection with an investigation by the federal prosecutor,” the German Foreign Ministry said in a statement. The US envoy “was asked to help in the swift clarification” of the case, it added.ArrestFederal prosecutors say a 31-year-old German man was arrested on Wednesday on suspicion of spying for foreign intelligence services. They did not identify the suspect or the intelligence services.German government spokesman Steffen Seibert told reporters that Chancellor Angela Merkel been personally informed of the arrest.He declined to comment on reports by Der Spiegel magazine and the daily Sueddeutsche Zeitung that the man worked for Germany’s foreign intelligence service, known by its German acronym BND.The newspapers, which didn’t identify their sources, said the man was suspected of passing on information about a German parliamentary committee investigating the activities of US and other intelligence agencies in Germany. He claimed to have worked with U.S. intelligence since 2012, they reported.Seibert said members of the parliamentary panel had also been informed of the arrest.Spying on German citizensReports that the National Security Agency spied on German citizens, including on Merkel’s cellphone, have caused friction between Berlin and Washington since they were first published last year, based on documents leaked by former NSA contractor Edward Snowden.Martina Renner, a member of the opposition Left Party on the parliamentary panel, said the case indicated that anyone who examined Snowden’s revelations in detail was subject to scrutiny by US intelligence agencies.Her panel heard testimony Thursday from two former NSA employees, Thomas Drake and William Binney.“If the media reports (about the case) are confirmed then there can’t just be a legal response, there also has to be a political response,” she said.In his testimony, Drake claimed that cooperation between the NSA and Germany’s BND greatly increased after the 9/11 terror attacks in the United States. He described the German spy agency as an “appendage” of the NSA.Seibert said Merkel discussed “foreign policy matters” in a telephone conversation with President Barack Obama late on Thursday. He said the conversation focused on Ukraine but wouldn’t say whether the arrest was also discussed.- © AFP, 2014Read: A suspected US double-agent has been ‘arrested for spying’ in Germany>
Short URL https://jrnl.ie/4610420 Apr 28th 2019, 7:14 PM Man hospitalised following hit and run in Clare The incident happened at around 3.30pm today. Share Tweet Email 4 Comments 21,321 Views Image: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ie GARDAÍ IN ENNIS are searching for the driver of a car who fled the scene of collision which has left one man in hospital.A woman and two children, who were travelling in another car, were assessed at the scene by paramedics but were uninjured. It’s understood they were caught up in the hit-and-run drama when the speeding offending vehicle narrowly missed them.The incident happened at around 3.30pm at the junction of the Golf Links Road and the R474 road on the outskirts of Ennis.A silver Ford Mondeo car is understood to have narrowly missed colliding with one car before smashing into the rear of a Ford Transit van. The driver of the offending vehicle, a silver Ford Mondeo, fled the scene immediately after the crash.Gardaí, ambulance paramedics and fire crews from Ennis raced to the scene.The driver of the van was taken to hospital suffering from injuries which are not believed to be serious.A woman and two children were assessed at the scene by National Ambulance Service paramedics and while said be shaken by the incident, were unhurt and did not required further treatment.The scene was technically examined by members of the Clare divisional Crime Scene Investigation team before the Mondeo was seized and removed for a more detailed analysis.A Garda spokesman confirmed the incident occurred at around 3.30pm and that the driver of the Mondeo ‘left the scene’. Gardaí are searching for the driver, the spokesman added.Gardaí have asked anyone who witnessed the collision or saw the silver Mondeo in the area around the time of the crash or earlier, to contact them in Ennis on 065 6848100. By Pat Flynn Sunday 28 Apr 2019, 7:14 PM Image: Sam Boal via RollingNews.ie Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Twitter Facebook More recently, her new single “Crowded Places” moved TV audiences everywhere when it was discovered and featured by Lena Dunham, creator and star of the hit HBO series “Girls.” The song drives an isolated yet self-empowered pulse through a party scene that drifts into Dunham’s reverie of a new life in the suburbs in the series’ second-to-last episode.For Banks, the personal experience of writing these moving songs and the extensive touring that followed The Altar have built a staircase to a new floor within herself. What started as a songwriter making a necessary artistic move has grown into making a physical transformation.”For me, I think of this album not only as something I needed to write just like any other song I’ve ever released,” she says. “But it’s where I really found my own body and my own movements.”Her live shows have become more and more mesmerizing and adventurous, shedding some of the mystery that shrouded the singer when she arrived in 2014 with her debut, Goddess. It’s easy to see why the Banks names GRAMMY winner Fiona Apple as a constant inspiration for her honesty and clarity of feeling as an artist, traits the singer/songwriter also oozes. Just as The Altar lets listeners deeper inside her mind and heart, her performances these days strive to express the same devotion to her instincts.”It’s been therapeutic. … Through touring this album I’ve really come into my own body,” says Banks. “I’m incorporating a lot more movement onstage than I ever have before. I feel really confident creatively. … I feel like this last chapter has been all about me just trusting my own ideas, and I’m really proud of where the show is and I think because of that I don’t get as tired when I tour because it’s inspiring me.”This level of physical onstage engagement with her music must no doubt take its toll. With a massive tour ahead of her, taking her show across the United States and Europe, Banks described the almost spiritual way the soul overcomes the body when she allows the songs, and their essence, to take over.”You just dive into the music. Sometimes touring is really exhausting, so you’re in different time zones and [doing] all this craziness to your body and once you get onstage and you feel the energy of the crowd, you’re singing your own music,” she says. “I write all my own music, so once I’m up on stage and I’m in it, I’m transported to why I wrote those songs, everything kind of disappears.”As hard as it is to disappear night after night and return again and again for the next show, Banks remains motivated, liberated and as creative as ever.”I’m always writing. I’m excited,” Banks says with well-grounded enthusiasm. “I feel free right now. … I’m learning and I feel like I have new things to write about, so definitely going to get back in the studio right when I get home.”More Exclusive Interviews: Sylvan Esso On Growing Up In “Die Young” Read more Banks: Writing “Crowded Places,” Coming Into Her Body Email Singer/songwriter opens up on the song that took off in HBO’s “Girls” and how her sophomore album got her movingNate HertweckGRAMMYs Sep 5, 2017 – 12:09 pm Certain albums can move you. For the many music fans who latched onto Banks’ moody and candid sophomore album, 2016’s The Altar, listening became an emotionally moving experience. News NETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO Sep 5, 2017 – 12:09 pm Banks On Writing “Crowded Places” Banks On Her New Single, “Crowded Places” banks-writing-crowded-places-coming-her-body
The Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Thursday started distributing leaflets challenging the merit of convicting party chairperson Khaleda Zia in what it called as “imaginary, concocted and politically motivated” case.Furthermore, the principal opposition party argued, cases against the Awami League president, prime minister Sheikh Hasina that involved Tk 150 billion were quashed once she assumed office.The BNP leaders distributed leaflets that tried to highlight ‘innocence’ of Khaleda Zia and graft charges put forward against Sheikh Hasina by the military-controlled caretaker government.The BNP’s senior joint secretary general Ruhul Kabir Rizvi launched the programme in front of the party’s Naya Paltan central office around 10:15am. There was strong presence of the police then.BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir could not join it due to illness of his mother.BNP party leaders also distributed leaflets all over the country, demanding their chairperson’s release, Rizvi told newsmen.The opposition party has been observing peaceful demonstration progrmmes since BNP chief Khaleda Zia was sentenced to five years in jail in Zia Orphanage Trust case on 8 February.”Cases of corruption involving Tk 15,000 crore (150 billion) against Sheikh Hasina were quashed/dismissed as against sentencing of Begum Khaleda Zia in baseless case with ulterior motive,” reads the leaflet.It pointed out that the two key judges who were involved in the process of quashing the cases against Sheikh Hasina, were former Gopalganj Awami League leader Shamsul Huda and former UK AL leader Shamsuddin Ahmed Manik.”Sheikh Mujibur Rahman too was awarded two years of imprisonment and fined Tk 5,000 in a corruption case in 1960.”Referring to the contents of the leaflets, Rizvi said, they stated how their chairperson has been ‘subjected to injustice’.The BNP leader said the party will continue its peaceful demonstration programmes.The party held countrywide demonstration on Monday demanding Khaleda’s release and protesting at the police action during its recent black-flag showing programme.It also organised human-chain, sit-in demonstration, token hunger-strike and protest rally in four phases, after conviction of Khaleda Zia.Read more: Look at your own corruption, Fakhrul asks Hasina
BNP chairperson Khaleda ZiaA high-profile Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) delegation will meet home minister Asaduzzaman Khan on Sunday to discuss party chairperson Khaleda Zia’s health condition and her treatment, reports UNB.A 10-member BNP delegation, led by its secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir, will meet the minister at 3:00pm at his Secretariat office as per the schedule given by the minister.The home minister has given his nod for talks with the BNP delegation, party chairperson’s media wing member Shairul Kabi Khan told UNB on Saturday night.BNP leaders have been alleging for the last two days that their chairperson’s health condition has deteriorated sharply and she needs to receive treatment in any specialised hospital.Earlier on Thursday, Khaleda Zia’s personal secretary ABM Sattar sent a letter to the home ministry in this regard.Khaleda has been staying in the jail since a special court convicted her in Zia Orphanage Trust graft case on 8 February last.
The fact that Shazam would offer this feature on Android first is a bit ironic: Apple acquired Shazam for $400 million in late 2017. Music recognition app Shazam can now identify the songs you are listening to even when you are wearing headphones. The new feature, dubbed Pop-up Shazam, was added to the latest Android version of the service this week. Techcrunch was first to spot the new feature.Headphone monitoring is not available in Shazam’s iOS app, and it may not launch on iPhones for some time: Apple restricts the use of background apps, making it currently impossible for Shazam to stay active when let other apps are running in the foreground.When activated in the Android app, Pop-up Shazam can either work in split-screen mode, or as a pop-up overlay similar to the way Facebook Messenger appears on top of another Android app. The feature can be useful to identify the songs playing in the background of a YouTube app, for instance. Popular on Variety ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15
Explore further Hadrosaurs, more commonly referred to as duck-billed dinosaurs (because of their unique crest) lived approximately 69 to 72 million years ago—there were several species living on several different continents. In this study of the preserved footprints found in Alaska, the researchers found evidence of both pack and family behavior.The footprints were found on a piece of land not much bigger than a soccer field—scientists working there found thousands of preserved tracks from several types of animals and insects—all living during the during the Late Cretaceous. In this study, the emphasis was on the hadrosaurs.The team found footprint size ranged from 8 to 64 centimeters, which they said could be attributed to dinosaurs of four different groups: adults, near-adults, juveniles, and the very young. The majority of the tracks were made by adults or those close to being full grown—84 percent. Very young members made up 13 percent of the tracks while juveniles made up just 3 percent of the total. Because the tracks appear to have been made near in time to one another, the researchers suggest they offer evidence that the dinosaurs lived as family units within a herd. The small number of juvenile tracks, they add, likely means that the dinosaurs had a very short juvenile period—they probably grew pretty fast because at that stage they would have been very vulnerable to predators. Also, it appears unlikely the small dinosaurs would have been able to migrate, thus the footprints offer evidence that the dinosaurs lived in the Arctic year-round.Scientists believe that the area in which the dinosaur tracks were found was more mild millions of years ago, likely closer to what is now typical for the Pacific Northwest, making it a suitable place for a hadrosaur to raise a family. The researchers note also that some of the tracks were so clear, it was possible to make out skin impressions, which offered clues as to what the bottoms of the feet looked like. High–tech imaging stamps on Queensland dinosaur stampede theory (Phys.org) —A trio of researchers has published the results of a study of dinosaur tracks found in Alaska’s Denali National Park in 2007. Anthony Fiorillo, Stephen Hasiotis and Yoshitsugu Kobayashi, of the Perot Museum, the University of Kansas and Hokkaido Museum respectively, report, in an article published in the journal Geology, on their analysis of 70 million year old hadrosaur footprints and what they revealed about the lifestyle of the dinosaurs. Figure 3 from Fiorillo et al. A–C: Size ranges of tracks found at Denali National Park, Alaska, tracksite. D: Adult hadrosaurid track with skin impressions. Scale bar for C1 is 5 cm. Credit: Geological Society of America Journal information: Geology More information: Herd structure in Late Cretaceous polar dinosaurs: A remarkable new dinosaur tracksite, Denali National Park, Alaska, USA, Anthony R. Fiorillo, Stephen T. Hasiotis and Yoshitsugu Kobayashi, Geology published online 30 June 2014; DOI: 10.1130/G35740.1 . http://geology.gsapubs.org/content/early/2014/06/26/G35740.1.full.pdf+htmlAbstractThe discovery of a new tracksite of mostly hadrosaurid dinosaur footprints, made by a herd living in an ancient high-latitude continental ecosystem, provides insight into the herd structure and behavior of northern polar dinosaurs and perspective on populations of large-bodied herbivores in an Arctic greenhouse world. This tracksite occurs in the Upper Cretaceous Cantwell Formation in the Alaska Range (Denali National Park, Alaska, United States), and it is the largest tracksite known from this far north. Preservation of the tracksite is exceptional: most tracks, regardless of size, contain skin impressions and they co-occur with well-preserved plant fossils and invertebrate trace fossils of terrestrial and aquatic insects. Statistical analyses of the tracks show that individuals of four different age classes of hadrosaurids lived together in a large social group. Our research results independently corroborate the growth curve for hadrosaurids proposed by paleohistologists that suggests that these dinosaurs experienced a period of rapid growth early in their life history. © 2014 Phys.org Citation: Preserved tracks in Alaska park suggest duck-billed dinosaurs lived in Arctic year-round (2014, July 10) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-07-tracks-alaska-duck-billed-dinosaurs-arctic.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only.
Once you buy precious jewellery, it’s essential to store your expensive pieces in the right manner to avoid losing the sheen of the metal. Remove your jewellery while doing household chores like cooking, cleaning and dish washing, says an expert.Here are some tips to help you protect your ornaments:*Diamond jewellery: Jewellery should never be tossed into a drawer or on top of a dresser as that will scratch and damage it. To clean your diamonds, use a good quality jewellery cleaning solution that is easily available in the market. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’You can also mix some ammonia and water to clean your diamonds at home. *Gold jewellery: If proper care is not taken, gold can lose its sheen and can become dull. Always clean your gold jewellery with a mild detergent, lukewarm water and a soft cloth. It is always advisable to keep your gold chains and bracelets in separate boxes as they can get entangled easily. Gold should be removed before diving into a chlorinated swimming pool as chlorine has a very harsh effect on gold. The chemical can weaken it. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with Netflix*Pearl jewellery: Always clean your pearls gently with a damp cloth, dry them off and store them in an airtight container. Never use plastic pouches to store your pearls, rather keep your pearls in a pouch that has soft lining. Always wear your pearl jewellery only after applying make-up. Never use baking soda or bleach to clean them. *Silver jewellery: To clean your silver jewellery, use a phosphate-free detergent or just soap water. Rinse it off and wipe it with a soft and clean cloth.
In the US Senate select committee hearing Facebook COO, Sheryl Sandberg has put forward Facebook’s testimony to the US Senate select committee on Wednesday, 5th September 2018. Twitter and Google also have their side of testimonies to be offered in the hearing. Facebook has had a tumultuous couple of years centered around the misuse of its platform and abuse of its users’ data and privacy by advertisers, political entities and foreign bad actors. The Cambridge Analytica scandal is just one example. Another is where Russians used Facebook to meddle with the 2016 US Presidential elections. Sheryl Sandberg in her testimony started with an apologizing statement, “We were too slow to spot this and too slow to act. That’s on us. This interference was completely unacceptable. It violated the values of our company and of the country we love.” She had also highlighted the efforts taken by Facebook to keep its community safe and the user services secure, which include: Using artificial intelligence to help find bad content and locate bad actors. Shutting down fake accounts and reducing the spread of false news. Set up new ad transparency policies, ad content restrictions, and documentation requirements for political ad buyers. Better anticipation of risks and working closely with law enforcement and its industry peers to share information and make progress together. Removed hundreds of Pages and accounts involved in coordinated inauthentic behavior— meaning they misled others about who they were and what they were doing. Sandberg further touched upon these highlights in detail and presented ways in which Facebook is looking forward to combat the issues. She said, “At its best, Facebook plays a positive role in our democratic process—and we know we have a responsibility to protect that process on our service. We’re investing for the long term because security is never a finished job. Our adversaries are determined, creative, and well-funded. But we are even more determined—and we will continue to fight back.” Facebook assesses past Russian attempts to influence elections Sheryl said that, before the election day in November 2016, Facebook committee detected and mitigated several threats from actors–such as the APT28 activity– that had ties to Russia. They also recorded new behaviour such as the creation of fake IDs which were linked to a Facebook page named DCLeaks, which was later removed by them. Read more: DCLeaks and Guccifer 2.0: How hackers used social engineering to manipulate the 2016 U.S. elections Post the 2016 elections, Facebook found that the Internet Research Agency (IRA), a Russian entity located in St. Petersburg, Russia, had used coordinated networks of fake Pages and accounts to interfere in the election. Sheryl stated, “Around 470 fake Pages and accounts associated with the IRA spent approximately $100,000 on about 3,500 Facebook and Instagram ads between June 2015 and August 2017. Our analysis showed that these accounts used these ads to promote roughly 120 Facebook Pages that they had set up, which had posted more than 80,000 pieces of content between January 2015 and August 2017. We shut down the accounts and Pages we identified at the time that were still active. The Instagram accounts we deleted had posted about 120,000 pieces of content.” In April of this year, Facebook took down more than 270 additional Pages and accounts controlled by the IRA and it continues to monitor its service for abuse and share information with law enforcement and others in the industry about these threats. Facebook combats Foreign election interference AND also advances on Election Integrity Facebook has more than doubled the number of people working on safety and security and now have over 20,000 people. They review reports in over 50 languages, 24 hours a day. Use of better machine learning technology and artificial intelligence have also enabled highly proactive identification of abuses. Sheryl mentioned that Facebook focusses on removing Fake Accounts. She added, “One of the main ways we identify and stop foreign actors is by proactively detecting and removing fake accounts, since they’re the source of much of the interference we see.” Some important measures Facebook is taking are: Use of both automated and manual review to detect and deactivate fake accounts. These systems analyze distinctive account characteristics and prioritize signals that are more difficult for bad actors to disguise. It has blocked millions of attempts to register fake accounts every day. It has globally disabled 1.27 billion fake accounts from October 2017 to March 2018. By using technologies like machine learning, artificial intelligence, and computer vision, Facebook is proactively detecting more bad actors and take action more quickly. Read More: Four 2018 Facebook patents to battle fake news and improve news feed Tackling False News: Facebook has partnered with third-party fact-checking organizations to limit the spread of articles they rate as false, and it further disrupts the economic incentives for traffickers of misinformation. It has also invested in news literacy programs and work to inform people by providing more context on the stories it sees. Increasing Ad Transparency. Facebook has taken strong steps to prevent abuse and increase transparency in advertising. They ensure all politics and issue ads on Facebook and Instagram in the U.S. are clearly labeled with a “Paid for by” disclosure at the top of the ad so people can see who is paying for them. This is especially important when the Page name doesn’t match the name of the company or person funding the ad. Enforcing Compliance with Federal Law. Facebook’s compliance team maintains a Political Activities and Lobbying Policy that is available to all employees. This Policy is covered in its Code of Conduct training for all employees and includes guidelines to ensure compliance with the Federal Election Campaign Act. Suspicious Activity Reporting. Facebook has designed certain processes to identify inauthentic and suspicious activity. It also maintains a sanctions compliance program to screen advertisers, partners, vendors, and others using its payment products. Its payments subsidiaries file Suspicious Activity Reports on developers of certain apps and take other steps as appropriate, including denying such apps access to the facebook platform. Facebook defending against targeted hacking Sheryl Sandberg also highlighted how Facebook is strengthening its defenses against a broader set of threats. Some of the defenses include: Building AI systems to detect and stop attempts to send malicious content. Providing customizable security and privacy features, including two-factor authentication options and marketing to encourage people to adopt them. Sending notifications to individuals if they have been targeted by sophisticated attackers, with custom recommendations depending on the threat model. Sending proactive notifications to people who have not yet been targeted, but may be at risk based on the behavior of particular malicious actors. Deploying AI systems to monitor login patterns and detect the signs of a successful account takeover campaign. Facebook working with government entities, industry, and civil society Sheryl mentioned in her testimony, “We have worked successfully with the DOJ, the FBI, and other law enforcement agencies to address a wide variety of threats to our platform, and we are actively engaged with DHS and the FBI’s new Foreign Influence Task Force focused on election integrity.” Facebook has also partnered with cybersecurity firms such as FireEye, which informed it about a network of Pages and accounts originating from Iran that engaged in coordinated inauthentic behavior. Based on which, Facebook started an investigation and identified and removed additional accounts and Pages from the network. The FB security team regularly conducts internal reviews to monitor for state-sponsored threats that are not publicly disclosed, for security reasons. They monitor and assess thousands of account details, such as location information and connections to others on Facebook. Sheryl also added, “As part of official investigations, government officials sometimes request data about people who use Facebook. We have an easily accessible online portal and processes in place to handle these government requests, and we disclose account records in accordance with our terms of service and applicable law. We also have law enforcement response teams available around the clock to respond to emergency requests.” Facebook also participated in discussions with governments around the world at key events such as the Munich Security Conference and CyCon, which is organized by the NATO Cooperative Cyber Defense Centre of Excellence. Sheryl Sandberg concluded her testimony by saying that, the Facebook community is learning from what happened and is improving. She said, “When we find bad actors, we will block them. When we find content that violates our policies, we will take it down. And when our attackers use new techniques, we’ll share them to improve our collective defense. We are even more determined than our adversaries, and we will continue to fight back.” Here’s the link to Sheryl Sandberg’s complete testimony to the US Senate Committee. Read Next Facebook’s AI algorithm finds 20 Myanmar Military Officials guilty of spreading hate and misinformation, leads to their ban A new conservative employee group within Facebook to protest Facebook’s “intolerant” liberal policies Facebook Watch is now available worldwide challenging video-streaming rivals, YouTube, Twitch, and more
Related posts:Bamboo biker seeks to raise environmental awareness on trip through South America Germany grants Costa Rica €15 million to mitigate climate change impact Costa Rica inaugurates country’s largest solar park Costa Rica bets on ending fossil fuel use by 2050 On Sunday, Costa Rica launched an economy-wide plan to decarbonize the country by 2050. The government presented a 10-part plan with a roadmap on how to decarbonize the country’s agriculture, transportation, electric and cargo sectors.There were fewer details on how the country, which is facing a growing deficit, will afford its plan.Amal-Lee Amin, chief of the climate change and sustainability division at the Inter-American Development Bank (IDB), came to Sunday’s launch with colleagues to show support for the plan and help implement it. “I think the key message [from the launch] is that this is about modernizing the economy but also enhancing the world of nature-based solutions, which of course Costa Rica has got a relatively advanced agenda on already,” Amin said. “So building on a lot of what has already been done here over the last 30 to 40 years and continuing to take that next step in terms of leadership on this agenda.” The IDB, which has loaned more than $1.5 billion to different companies in Costa Rica and helped complete 570 projects, donated $3.5 million to Costa Rica’s decarbonization plan. It will focus on the forests and biodiversity axis and is meant to “improve the conservation and sustainable use of biodiversity through the management of terrestrial ecosystem services.“Amin’s Ph.D. on policy and regulatory implications for scaling up investment in renewable energy in developing countries has been central to her life work. She’s worked on multilateral and bilateral agreements and partnerships on climate change institutions, technologies and finance. She understands the challenges Costa Rica will face, and while the bank donated money to conservation, she says the biggest roadblock is on the street. “It’s going to be a challenge to decarbonize the transportation sector, which we heard today was 44 percent of emissions in the country,” Amin said.First Lady Claudia Dobles focused on transportation in her talk. She laid out a plan that focused around an electric train. Eventually, they’d want every vehicle to run off the electric grid.Right now, they’re pretty expensive. The cheapest car on display at the decarbonization fair, a Chinese made-BYD sedan, cost $25,000. In 2018, the per capita income per household was just above $7,300.Adrian Vogt-Schilb, an IDB economist, reinforced President Carlos Alvarado’s point that this plan can’t work if it doesn’t work for the middle class. “[Alvarado] mentioned in particular, vulnerable households,” Vogt-Shilb said. “So I think having a clear mandate to find solutions to decarbonize and make it work for the population is key.” According to a report by Bloomberg New Energy Finance (BNEF), it’s likely that electric cars will be cheaper than fossil-fuelled cars by as soon as 2025. “The price of electric batteries have dropped five times since 2013,” Vogt-Shilb adds. “One of the challenges we see in other countries is what to do with the old cars and buses [when people transition to electric vehicles],” Amin said. “Do they just move into the other cities, or to the poor populations? You’re not necessarily delivering overall emissions. So that’s something I know needs to be considered.” Shifting to an economy with electric vehicles will have other effects on the economy. Electric cars don’t require the same maintenance that normal combustion engines do. How the government is going to develop the skills and training to create more opportunities and jobs requires a clear labour and skills strategy, which Amin says is part of the plan and needs to be prioritized. According to Amin, one of the key issues talked about during the launch is that the economy and the fiscal agenda is fairly reliant on the taxes that are obtained by fossil fuel subsidies. This January, 6.8 percent of Costa Rica’s tax revenue came from fuel taxes. “One of the myths that the fossil fuel industry is good at perpetuating is that if you are phasing out or moving to electric vehicles, it’s going to be unfair to the poor. Whereas actually it’s not the case, and the current system tends to disproportionately benefit the wealthy parts of society,” Amin said. “The main solution to that is to simply increase the tax over time. Say for instance we put a new carbon tax on gasoline and we increase it 3 percent every year and people know in advance,” Vogt-Shilb said. “People will know it’s going to be more expensive and have an incentive to shift to electric vehicles.” Vogt-Shilb also said you can’t neglect the fact that these taxes make up a higher share of the budget for a poor household.“Instead of them not taxing fuel, what the results show is that it’s much better to compensate poor and vulnerable households by using public [transportation] that are more effective at doing that than low gasoline prices,” Vogt-Shilb said.Monica Araya, a co-founder of Costa Rica Limpia, a strategy group to promote renewable energy and electric mobility says decarbonization also needs to be tangible and visible to everyday citizens.That’s why she says Costa Rica must have at least five electric buses by the end of 2019. She thinks that Costa Ricans will have an easier time understanding decarbonization if we just get a few electric buses up and running to display a tangible example of progress in motion. It might sound like an underwhelming number, but Araya uses Chile as an example. Chile went from having two electric buses to 100 in under a year. Then 200 in another month. They are currently the country with the most electric buses in Latin America. Their progress hasn’t been linear, and she thinks it could work in Costa Rica.“Managing the transition [from fossil-fuelled cars to electric] is where you succeed or fail,” Araya said. “We know we have to electrify.” Costa Rica can’t do everything at once. At the moment, the decarbonization plan is simply a plan. Alvarado is playing the music, and citizens need to get on the dance floor for things to work. This story was made possible thanks to The Tico Times 5 % Club. 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