APTN NewsRegina Police have charged a man after fireworks were shot at the “Justice For Our Stolen Children” camp over the weekend.The incident happened around 2 a.m. Sunday morning.Police were called to Wascana Park in Regina after reports that a man got out car and “discharged” the roman candle, which shot multiple flammable projectiles toward the protest camp” before driving off.Brent Holland, 25, of Yorkton, Saskatchewan has been charged with assault with a weapon, mischief, uttering threats and arson with disregard for human life.Police say no one was hurt.A spokesperson for the camp says the incident was alarming but the “injustices of Indigenous people and toward our children as a result of our government structures is far more worrisome.”The “Justice for our Stolen Children” camp was set up to draw attention to systemic injustice and racism in Canada.firstname.lastname@example.org@aptnnews
Charges laid after fireworks fired at Justice For Our Stolen Children camp
PM says Parliament will go live on TV
He said that Parliamentarians must not give priority for other work and put attending Parliament as least important. The Prime Minister said that the public will then be able to know who is attending Parliament and who is not. Speaking at a workshop in Parliament today, the Prime Minister said that Parliamentarians should also allocate time to meet the public on days other than when Parliament convenes.He said that if Parliamentarians are unable to attend Parliament then the best place for them is the library. (Colombo Gazette) Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says Parliament proceedings will be broadcast live on television from next year.He said that the relevant authorities are looking into broadcasting Parliament proceedings live and this will somehow be done from next year.
In Nicaragua Annan says economic development is key to stability
Speaking to the press after their meeting on Thursday, Mr. Annan said that 80 per cent of his discussion with the President was on the vision for economic development of Nicaragua and what the UN and its agencies would do to help. “I have indicated to the President that the UN agencies here are doing what they can, but we will redouble our efforts to work with the President and the Government and we have discussed some specific things that we will be doing,” Mr. Annan said. “We are committed and in fact we know that peace is not sustainable if you do not deal with the economic and social environment.” Looking ahead to next week’s International Conference on Financing for Development in Monterrey, Mexico, the Secretary-General said he expected the poorest countries to come there prepared to participate fully. “We will be discussing issues of great concern to them, and their voices must be heard,” he stressed, adding that the forum would focus on effective and credible debt relief and the involvement of poor nations in decisions affecting the global economy and its management. “We will also talk about corruption, the need for developing countries to get their act together, strengthen their institutions and tackle corruption very seriously,” Mr. Annan said. While noting that he did not mean to imply that corruption “is all on the side of the poor,” he emphasized that there was a need to “tackle corruption quite seriously.” The Secretary-General’s programme on Friday included a tour of a water supply and sanitation project, supported by the UN Development Programme (UNDP) and the European Union, which had been set up to address the needs of some 15,000 people following the effects of Hurricane Mitch. Mr. Annan visited the site with his wife, Nane, who is working on a new children’s book on the world’s water problems. Highlighting the importance of the project, Mrs. Annan noted that a billion people in the world did not have access to safe drinking water while two billion lacked proper sanitation. “You know what that means,” she said, “and you have done something about it.” The Secretary-General is scheduled to leave Nicaragua on Friday for an official visit to Costa Rica over the weekend.
Annan condemns intensifying attacks in Kabul after 16 killed in blast
Reacting to a deadly blast in the Afghan capital of Kabul today, United Nations Secretary-General Kofi Annan decried the trend towards intensified attacks in the war-ravaged country.“The Secretary-General has learned with great concern about the explosion in Kabul today that claimed the lives of up to 16 people and wounded dozens more, the vast majority of them civilians,” a UN spokesman said in a statement. The statement noted “an increasing number of such attacks” in Kabul and other parts of Afghanistan over recent months.“The Secretary-General condemns in the strongest possible terms these acts, which reflect an inexcusable disregard for the value of human life and only serve to undermine the country’s transition,” the spokesman said.
Harper warns of unforeseen consequences if US fails to avoid fiscal cliff
Harper warns of unforeseen consequences if U.S. fails to avoid fiscal cliff AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press Posted Nov 19, 2012 6:00 pm MDT OTTAWA – Prime Minister Stephen Harper says if President Barack Obama and U.S. lawmakers can’t find a solution to the looming fiscal cliff it could spark other unforeseen economic woes.Harper told a Canada-United States business forum in Ottawa on Monday that he hopes “reasonable people” can come to a solution now that the election south of the border is over.“To the extent I hear some people talking about a bungee cord, I think that kind of talk is foolish,” Harper said.“If you go over a cliff, you can’t be sure what will happen next. Like we saw with the collapse of Lehman Brothers, how a single major event can trigger a series of events that’s very hard to pull back from.”The fiscal cliff refers to the combination of imminent spending cuts and tax increases due to take effect Jan. 1 that could push the fragile U.S. economy back into recession, dragging Canada’s along with it.Harper also lauded American entrepreneurship, saying it would be the driving force that would one day allow the world’s largest economy to overcome its current economic problems.But not, he added, without some government support.“This is still at its heart, the most entrepreneurial, dynamic, developed economy in the world,” Harper said.“My sense is that if it could be given any kind of stability, not just for the next two months, but for the next few years that the energy of the business community in the United States is just looking for the opportunity to get growth going again.”Harper said he doesn’t think the U.S. economy can reach the heights of a decade ago, but it can improve over the situation of the last few years of the economic downturn.Harper’s optimism was reflected in the North American stock markets, which rallied Monday amid hope that divided U.S. politicians can come together and agree on a budget deal.Concerns began to ease Friday after Obama met with congressional leaders. Republicans and Democrats emerged striking a noticeably more conciliatory tone.“I am confident we can get our fiscal situation dealt with,” Obama added Sunday.Added Harper: “I know most of these people. They should be able to come to some kind of agreement of what to do about Jan. 1.”Harper was speaking in a question-and-answer session in front of an audience of hundreds of business leaders from both countries. His questioner was Scotty Greenwood, a senior adviser with the organization hosting the event, the Canadian-American Business Council.Greenwood offhandedly asked Harper what his biggest complaint is about the U.S.Harper’s response echoed that of virtually every country that does business in Washington: the U.S. doesn’t pay enough attention to Canada.Harper made clear that he understands the U.S. has obligations that extend across the globe.
Niklas Ekberg close to joining THW Kiel
← Previous Story After 11 years in Lada, Maria Sidorova joins Zvezda Zvenigorod Next Story → Kim Andersson joining HSV Hamburg? ag kobenhavnagkEkbergKielkieler nachrichtenthwTHW Kiel As the Kieler Nachrichten reports, Niklas Ekberg is in very intense communication with the THW Kiel management regarding a possible transfer to the Schleswig-Holstein club. The right-wing found himself without a club following the Olympics due to the bankrupt of AG Kobenhavn, and now seeks a new club. The 23-year old was the Olympics top scorer with 50 goals, and won the Silver medal with Sweden.source: kn-online.de
Argentina series win for Ireland as Madigan and Zebo add garnish
IRELAND: Rob Kearney; Andrew Trimble, Fergus McFadden, Darren Cave (Noel Reid), Simon Zebo; Jonny Sexton (Ian Madigan), Eoin Reddan (Kieran Marmion); Dave Kilcoyne (Jack McGrath), Rory Best (Rob Herring), Mike Ross (James Cronin); Devin Toner (Iain Henderson), Paul O’Connell (capt.); Rhys Ruddock, Chris Henry (Jordi Murphy), Jamie Heaslip.ARGENTINA: Joaquin Tuculet; Lucas González Amorosino, Jerónimo de la Fuente, Gabriel Ascarate, Manuel Montero; Nicolás Sánchez, Martín Landajo; Lucas Noguera Paz, Matías Cortese, Ramiro Herrera; Manuel Carizza, Tomas Lavanini; Rodrigo Baez, Tomás de la Vega, Antonio Ahualli de Chazal.As it happened: Argentina v Ireland, summer tour 2nd TestRussell Crowe could be about to lose his star player to Leinster Argentina 17Ireland 23IRELAND WON THEIR first ever series in Argentina after upping their game after the break for the second week running. Trailing 10-9 at the switch-around, Joe Schmidt’s men used their dominant set-piece to set up attacking platforms, with Simon Zebo and Ian Madigan breaking the Puma lines to seal the second Test in Tucuman.With the Irish line-out and scrum purring, Ireland went 6-0 ahead and soon had a man advantage as Matías Cortese was binned for tackling without his arms. For the second week running, Ireland failed to make the numbers count. Instead, Andrew Trimble saw yellow for tackling Jerónimo de la Fuente off the ball and thrilling fullback Joaquin Tuculet cut inside to finish off a 90-metre counter-attack for a converted try.Sexton tagged on a 31st minute penalty for his side but captain Paul O’Connell instructed him to kick for the corner just before the break. It almost led to another Argentine try on the break, following a spill from the otherwise impressive Rhys Ruddock.Schmidt responded to his team’s lack of forward momentum by throwing on Iain Henderson for Devin Toner at the break. Sexton missed an early second half penalty before Ireland, winning their 14th line-out in a row, worked a nice move and Eoin Reddan popped a pass for Zebo to latch on, cut inside and dot down.vine.co/v/MIKt1dnqOOI Madigan replaced Sexton with 16 minutes left on the clock but missed a penalty left and wide so, at 16-10, it remained a one-score game. James Cronin and Jack McGrath were keeping up their end of the scrummaging bargain, off the bench, and Darren Cave went close after receiving an offload from the rampaging Ruddock.Madigan was instructed to hit the corner with 10 minutes to play and Ireland put together 14 phases of a 5m line-out claim before Madigan, as his his attacking wont, found the gap to score the match-winner. Test debuts arrived for Rob Herring and Noel Reid before Gonzalez Amorosino dived over for a converted consolation try.Two wins from two and a first series win in Argentina but, as Schmidt noted post-match, ‘the set-piece saved us’. The tour has been positive for the likes of Henderson, Robbie Diack, Ruddock, Cave and Zebo while experienced players such as Andrew Trimble and Jamie Heaslip look in need of a well-earned rest.
Gastroentérite fin de lépidémie en France
Gastro-entérite : fin de l’épidémie en FranceFrance – Selon le dernier bulletin du réseau Sentinelles publié hier, l’épidémie de gastro-entérite serait terminée.Le seuil épidémique de la gastro-entérite étant de 183 cas pour 100.000 habitants, l’épidémie a touché à sa fin, avec dans la semaine du 5 au 11 avril, 161 cas pour 100.000 habitants. Seules cinq régions seraient toujours dans une phase épidémique : au cours de la semaine du 5 au 11 avril, le Languedoc-Roussillon a connu 424 cas pour 100.000 habitants, la Corse 320, la Franche-Comté 264, la Bretagne 228 et la Lorraine 199 cas.L’âge médian des patients était de 27 ans. Un premier bilan de l’épidémie sera publié la semaine prochaine.Le 15 avril 2010 à 15:43 • Emmanuel Perrin
Startup Plans to Sell Mobile Phone Packed With Tech for Around 20000
April 25, 2016 Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals 2 min read A British-Israeli startup plans to sell a mobile phone from next month that will offer users unprecedented levels of technology and security — and retail for close to $20,000.Sirin Labs AG said on Monday it had raised $72 million in private funds to launch the device, which would be aimed at executives. It plans to open its first store, in London’s Mayfair, in May.”(Our) smartphone … brings the most advanced technology available — even if it is not commercially available — and combining it with almost military-grade security,” said Sirin co-founder and president Moshe Hogeg.The phone will be based on the Android operating system and run otherwise unspecified technology two to three years in advance of the mass market, he said.Hogeg told Reuters the phone would sell for less than $20,000.He believes thousands of executives in the United States and Europe will pay that sort of price, since the cost of being hacked could be more expensive in terms of information lost.Hogeg put the value of the global luxury phone market at about $1.1 billion, a fraction of total mobile phone sales. Most top end phones sold are more for status — regular phones with gold and diamonds.Britain’s Vertu sells phones in that category from $10,000 to $300,000, while Apple’s iPhone 5 Black Diamond sold for $15.3 million.Sirin’s financing came from Israeli venture capital fund Singulariteam — which Hogeg co-founded and included backing from Kazakh investor Kenges Rakishev — and Chinese social networking company Renren.The idea for the startup came about after Rakishev’s phone was hacked in 2013. He asked Hogeg why he couldn’t find a mobile phone that would ensure privacy and why new technology seen in tech shows and publications was not available in consumer devices.”There were no good solutions that combined high-end technologies with maximum security,” Hogeg said.(By Steven Scheer; Editing by John Stonestreet) This story originally appeared on Reuters Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Register Now »
Guatemala Adapting to climate change
But it’s not just Guatemala’s geographical location that leaves it susceptible: Poor housing, high malnutrition and unemployment also conspire to make the country’s inhabitants more vulnerable, with indigenous communities and farmers among the most affected.The effects of climate change are already visible: rainy season (mid-May to mid-October) starts later and finishes earlier, and downpours are concentrated into shorter periods of time, often triggering landslides and flooding of entire towns.However, despite the extreme weather phenomena, the country generates one of the lowest carbon-emissions rates per capita. The Economic Commission for Latin America and the Caribbean determined that all Central American countries combined contribute less than 0.5 percent of global greenhouse gases such as carbon dioxide.In 1998, with help from the World Environment Fund, Guatemala started to look at adaptation and mitigation techniques to minimize the adverse effects of climate change. Three years later it established a Climate Change Unit, which works with various government agencies to strengthen national action plans and implement programs to protect the most vulnerable communities while reducing CO2 emissions. Natural disasters like these 2011 floods in the department of Escuintla, 100 km south of Guatemala City, are becoming increasingly common in Guatemala, one of the world’s 10 countries most affected by climate change. Johan Ordóñez/AFP GUATEMALA CITY – Guatemala is one of the top 10 countries most affected by climate change and one of the most vulnerable to natural disasters, according to the Global Climate Risk Index.The Central American nation’s geographical position, straddling three tectonic plates and two oceans, leaves it prone to tropical storms, droughts, hurricanes and earthquakes, which have been occurring with increasing frequency over the past decade.In 2005, Hurricane Stan swept through Guatemala leaving more than 1,500 people dead, 500,000 victims and damages estimated at $989 million.In 2010, Pacaya Volcano erupted, scattering volcanic ash and debris across Guatemala City, bringing economic life in the capital of 1.5 million residents to a standstill. Two days later, Tropical Storm Agatha hit, leaving an equally expensive cleanup operation.“[Natural disasters] have had serious consequences for the country: loss of infrastructure due to landslides and floods, loss of harvest causing food shortages and loss of natural space,” said José Luis Rivera, coordinator of Guatemala’s Climate Change Unit, an initiative set up by the Environment and Natural Resources Ministry. “In the last decade we have suffered dry spells and floods that have caused loss of life and severe socioeconomic damage, in addition to putting rural communities, especially women, children and indigenous populations at risk.” Five of Angela Saravia’s relatives were buried in a landslide at Boca del Monte, Guatemala, 22 km south of the capital, on Oct. 16, 2011. Experts say Guatemala is one of the countries that will be most affected by climate change, and the poorest of the poor will suffer most. Johan Ordóñez/AFP Related posts:USAID, green groups target climate change in Guatemala Climate change blamed for Costa Rica’s national banana emergency Climate change in Costa Rica’s cloud forest Latin American leaders talk energy, climate change Deforestation is one of Guatemala’s main environmental problems. Thirty-four percent of the country is covered with forests, which are difficult to patrol, and since many rural communities rely on wood for cooking, cutting down trees is a profitable business. According to regional data from the United Nations’ Food and Agriculture Organization, from 1990-2005 Guatemala lost 17.5 percent of its woodland, equivalent to 7.5 percent of the country’s total geographical area.Over the past few years, the government’s National Council of Protected Areas has implemented a number of projects focused of reducing deforestation to protect biological diversity and different ecosystems. Its latest program, GuateCarbón, in the Biosfera Maya Reserve, which covers approximately 700,000 hectares in the north of the country, aims to reduce CO2 emissions by 30 million tons over the next 30 years.“[GuateCarbón] will strengthen patrols by contracting more forest rangers, support environmental justice in [the northern department of] Petén and control forest fires,” said Carlos Bonilla, director of Guatemala’s Climate Change Unit. “On the production side, [the program] will work with small and medium-sized businesses that use the forest for products other than wood, such as chewing gum, nuts and pepper.”In addition to the various national and international projects to conserve biodiversity and protect natural resources, several of the country’s universities recently have started offering climate change courses to equip students with the knowledge needed to tackle climate-related natural disasters. Many nongovernmental organizations also work with rural communities on local projects such as genetically modified crops that can withstand extreme weather, including drought-resistant beans and flood-resistant maize.“The seeds have been developed by ICTA [The Institute of Science and Agricultural Technology] in coordination with small producers,” said Ana María Palomo González, coordinator of the National Climate Change Forum (Mesa Nacional de Cambio Climático in Spanish). “They’ve recovered and liberated 45 varieties of potato seeds, three varieties of yucca seeds, 18 varieties of bean seeds that are resistant to drought and soil salinity, and 25 varieties of maize. In the past three years there have been fewer crops lost.”While the Guatemalan government encourages “Producción más limpia” (cleaner-technology production) and is in the process of implementing a low-emissions development strategy, it has yet to establish up-to-date environmental legislation.In 2009, the Environment and Natural Resources Ministry presented Guatemalan lawmakers with a climate change bill to reduce vulnerability, force adaptation and reduce emissions of greenhouse gases. But despite numerous readings of the bill and several rewrites, four years later it still has not become law.Environmentalists hope new legislation will be passed later this year to encourage a higher level of environmental protection across the board, by holding all Guatemalans accountable for tackling the effects of climate change in their country. Facebook Comments
Demining Colombia will take a generation minister
Related posts:Colombia announces cease-fire deal to end 52-year conflict with FARC Colombia suspends peace talks with FARC after general kidnapped Colombia, FARC reach agreement on de-escalating conflict An end to Colombia’s war seems close – except in rebel territory BOGOTÁ, Colombia — Clearing the landmines from the half-century conflict in Colombia, which has the most mines of any country outside Afghanistan, will take a generation, Defense Minister Luis Carlos Villegas says. Facebook Comments As the Colombian government and FARC rebels close in on a landmark peace deal, anti-personnel mines are one of the biggest problems facing the South American country in its post-conflict transition.Landmines have killed more than 2,000 people and wounded more than 8,000 others in Colombia since 1982, according to the Landmine and Cluster Munition Monitor, an activist group.“Demining Colombia will take a generation, tens of thousands of specialists and lots of international aid,” Villegas told AFP in an interview.“Mines are the biggest challenge facing post-conflict Colombia,” said the defense minister, who was appointed in May by President Juan Manuel Santos.Villegas said the army is preparing a massive training program to scale up the number of soldiers trained to clear mines from 600 today to 10,000 by mid-2016.The Colombian conflict has drawn in several leftist guerrilla groups, right-wing paramilitaries and drug traffickers since the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia (FARC) launched its uprising against the government in 1964.The conflict has killed more than 220,000 people and uprooted six million.It has also left nearly the entire country littered with mines. Of Colombia’s 32 departments, 31 have been hit by landmine explosions that killed or maimed their victims — often civilians, including more than 1,000 children.In March, the FARC and the government announced an agreement to work together on clearing mines.After more than three years of peace talks, the Marxist rebels and the government say they are making progress and vowed in September to sign a final accord within six months.Villegas praised a breakthrough deal on post-conflict justice that set the stage for that pledge.It would grant an amnesty for all but the most serious crimes and set up special courts to try both soldiers and rebels accused of atrocities, with lighter sentences for those who confess.The defense minister, who was formerly a government negotiator at the peace talks, called the agreement “very important for peace.”“This system has the support of the armed forces. It makes ending the conflict viable,” he said.
Algerian army confirms 9 soldiers killed in militant ambush
Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Top Stories Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona ALGIERS, Algeria (AP) — Algeria’s Defense Ministry has confirmed the deaths of nine soldiers in a militant ambush — a statement that came after reports of higher casualties in the attack.The Friday forest ambush blamed on Islamic extremists in the rugged Ain Defla province southwest of the capital of Algiers comes after a string of successes by the army against the country’s long-running insurgency. Sunday’s statement said the army conducted search operations after the attack, which also wounded two soldiers. It said the ambush only reinforced the army’s determination to stop the militants.Al-Qaida’s North Africa branch claimed responsibility for the attack, putting the toll at 14 and saying it came after army claims that the insurgency had been defeated.Algeria has been fighting Islamic radicals, largely in remote areas, since the 1990s.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. How Arizona is preparing the leader of the next generation Parents, stop beating yourself up Comments Share New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Sponsored Stories
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Both sides started the second half much like the first – unable to create chances going forward.’" said Jon Eagle Sr. tribal historic preservation officer for Standing Rock "We’re not going to allow you to define who we are we’re not going to allow you to control our narrative"The event hosted by the Native American Development Center was a daylong experience with North Dakota tribal nations focused on education and building understanding"There’s a lot of open minds here" said executive director and event organizer Lorraine Davis "It starts with that"North Dakota Gov Doug Burgum attended the event and recently visited each of the four tribal nations that have headquarters in the state including a meeting Friday at the Spirit Lake Nation"I feel this can be a real opportunity for a new beginning a chance for us to learn and understand what are our similarities . and what are our differences in our history and culture" Burgum saidEagle said he’s seeing improvements with tribal and state relations recently meeting with Burgum the Public Service Commission and the State Historic Preservation Office on improving tribal consultation for energy projects and protecting cultural resourcesMorton County landowner Doug Healy spoke about his experience with the pipeline crossing his land and being affected by the protest Although the events led to some bitter feelings Healy said he thinks landowners want to move on "I think most of us on both sides of the river really truly want to get back to not business as usual but business better than usual and better than it ever was" Healy saidMorton County Commission Chairman Cody Schulz said reconciliation will require more discussions like Saturday’s panel but also informal interactions and more education"It’s going to take effort" Schulz said "It’s not something that’s easy or something that will happen automatically by itself"Archambault said this might be a pivotal point in history for tribal nations"What choice are we going to make Are we going to try to make it better Or are we going to continue down a path of resentment" Archambault said "It’s up to us each and every one of us"Rissa Williams a member of the Bismarck Human Relations Committee who attended the event said Caucasians should take an active role in building relationships with Native Americans"The division is very real and apparent" Williams said "And we all have a responsibility to healing that"Chaska Moore a senior at Standing Rock High School said he hopes someday people learn to see past race"I hope for our country the United States that there’s no more racial bias and that people of my skin color will not be seen as dangerous would not be seen as less than human would not be followed around in stores because of suspicion and would be treated as equals" Moore saidIDEAS Raj Raghunathan is a professor of marketing at the McCombs School of Business at the University of Texas at Austin and author of If You’re So Smart Why Aren’t You Happy Most people around the world agree that "being happy" is one of their most important goals So you would think that the smarter and more successful you are the happier you would be right Wrong As it turns out the smart-and-the-successful arent that much happier than their not-so-smart-or-successful counterparts For example by most accounts wealth doesnt contribute to happiness beyond a point Fame too doesnt bring lasting happiness And if you thought being better educated will make you happier think again In summarizing these results Sonja Lyubomirsky one of the worlds happiness researchers concludes that its a myth to believe that happiness can be changed by changing life circumstanceshow well-educated you are your net-worth etc Life circumstances contribute to only about 10% of happiness So back to the conundrum why is it that the smart-and-successful arent as happy as they couldor shouldbe The answer it turns out is that the smart-and-successful commit some of the very "happiness sins" that the not-so-smart-or-successful do Indeed the smarter and more successful you are the greater the chance that you commit these sins One sin is devaluing happiness: not giving happiness much priority Heres a quick demonstration of this sin: Imagine that a geniesimilar to the one in Aladdins storyappears before you and grants you three wishes What wishes would you make If happiness is one of your top goals it should figure on their wish-list But chances are it didnt In the studies I have conducted only about 6% ask for happiness This suggests that people forget all about happiness as they go about their daily lives which is in fact what we find Another sin is chasing superiority which translates to wanting to be better than others at something This desire results in social comparisons the tendency to judge oneself relative to others typically on wealth power attractiveness and fame Findings show that such a tendency is one of the biggest happiness killers Yet another sin is wanting to be the center of attentionthe desperation for love and adulation Again findings show that this desire deflates happiness levels because it leads to either neediness or to avoidance in relationships A fourthand perhaps most importantsin is the desire to control others or outcomes Although such a desire can be a good thing up to a point being overly controlling of others and outcomes is guaranteed to lower happiness Other happiness sins include distrusting others having an indifferent pursuit of happiness and mind addiction ignoring or underestimating the important of gut instincts and feelings How can one overcome these happiness sins Clearly if happiness is important to you you need to give it priority You can do this by figuring out the answer to two important questions: 1) what does happiness mean to me, making it easier to exercise internal control. it was Roma’s set-piece defending which went for a toss. urged the governor to sustain the tempo and assured him of the association’s 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Okechukwu responded: “My relief is that His Excellency, a federal court ruled that the government could not keep the teen, Russia banned certain food imports from the United States, but watching Wes Nelson choke up as he told Megan Barton-Hanson "its been amazing to see you grow as a person.Im madly in love with you and Im falling even deeper every day" I found myself whispering "you cant fake these kinds of feelings" My friend Beth Mathias probably the only person I know less likely than me to be a Love Island fan sums up the shows popularity "I love Love Island because I love love" For some reason this year I cant help but agree Write to Naina Bajekal at nainabajekal@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsDays after Shia LaBeouf revealed in an interview with Dazed that he’d been raped during his February art exhibit #IAMSORRY in Los Angeles his artistic collaborators have confirmed his story British artist Luke Turner and Finnish artist Nastja Sde Rnkk worked with the actor on the project which allowed visitors to sit in a room alone with LaBeouf who wore a bag over his head The artists both took to Twitter on Sunday to clarify what took place A couple of important clarifications about our #IAMSORRY project earlier this year: Nastja Sde Rnkk (@NastjaRonkko) November 30 2014 Nowhere did we state that people could do whatever they wanted to Shia during #IAMSORRY Nastja Sde Rnkk (@NastjaRonkko) November 30 2014 As soon as we were aware of the incident starting to occur we put a stop to it and ensured that the woman left Nastja Sde Rnkk (@NastjaRonkko) November 30 2014 In the email interview with Dazed LaBeouf described the alleged assault as “painful” saying: One woman who came with her boyfriend who was outside the door when this happened whipped my legs for ten minutes and then stripped my clothing and proceeded to rape me." Other friends comment on just how much you learn by watching other peoples romantic foibles play out under a microscope and then be analyzed by everyone. "not Paris. What parallels can you see?” Hollande also signaled that France’s military involvement in Africa could grow.
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The Washington Post recorded 3001 false or misleading claims made by President Donald Trump in his first 466 days in office Is this just political in nature Is it fake news A gross misrepresentation Consider Trumps April 28 campaign rally in Washington Michigan As the Post summarized throughout the course of his 80-minute speech the President made a variety of false claims that ranged from stating that Henry Ford invented the assembly line; to asserting that Franklin Delano Roosevelt served as president for 16 years; to boasting that a 2016 rally saw an audience about four times as large as it actually did; to saying he has "essentially" gotten rid of Obamacare; to complaining that the US loses "about $500 billion" because of its trade deficit with China even though the appropriate figure is about $300 billion and a trade deficit is not a win-lose statistic It was a dizzying array of mistakes lies and misrepresentations We might distinguish these categories differently or think some worse than others But properly speaking this should not be considered a partisan issue The truth is not a liberal plot Truth stands apart from any political party and any kind of partisanship The fact that anyone would think differently is in and of itself a cause for alarm How much do we want to give up on The shape of the Earth The heliocentric universe The pythagorean theorem The structure of DNA Questions about alternative facts and relative truths have been nettling me for decades When I was a graduate student at Princeton University in 1972 it had been ten years since the publication of Thomas Kuhns Structure of Scientific Revolutions The book had made him famous Not because people had read it carefully I just dont believe that but because he came up with a number of notions that had a kind of general appeal Principal among them was the "paradigm shift" You might ask What in hell is that Although Im sure youve heard the term Kuhn was arguing that science progresses in fits and starts In normal science a group of "practitioners" has settled on a way of defining and solving problems a paradigm a conceptual scheme They have a way of looking at the world and are by and large happy with it But then there are anomalies things that dont fit neatly into the conceptual scheme One or two anomalies can perhaps be ignored but as they accumulate they shatter the tranquility of the paradigm Unexplained anomalies lead to a crisis; a crisis leads to a revolution; a revolution leads to a shift to a new paradigm This seems okay on the face of it But Kuhns claim was deeper and far more radical He argued that as science changes so does the world and so does our ability to comprehend the past Taken at face value if Kuhns theories were correct we could never adequately understand the past at all since it is cloaked from our view by changes in meaning paradigm shifts and the like And even though his views were seemingly embraced its not clear to me that anyone ever considered carefully the implications of those views I would argue the implications are horrific as bad as it gets That in essence they amount to a denial of truth and even a denial of reality You might think of Kuhn as espousing a kind of crazy idealist philosophy and thats what it is We make the world up as we go along It reminds me of the famous quote attributed to Karl Rove though hes denied saying it at a time when George W Bush was President of the United States: "Were an empire now and when we act we create our own reality" I have very limited sympathy with these views We can argue about the number of people who went to Trumps inauguration but would anyone seriously deny that there is a number and there is a reality to those events What is so scary about the present time is that people believe that they can assert truth just by screaming louder than others or repeating themselves endlessly like the Bellman in Lewis Carrolls "The Hunting of the Snark": "What I tell you three times is true" But we all know in our heart of hearts that mere repetition and decibel level is no way to truth Part of the controversy hinges on the difference between "discovery" and "invention" Do we invent the world or discover it And the related question: Can we speak of a world outside of ourselves or are we just conjuring phantasms in the prison of our minds To me science and mathematics are ultimately about undiscovered continents: things that really do exist but we might not yet know about them The example that I often use is trilobites in the Cambrian period 600 million years ago Did trilobites know the value of pi I think not Did any living creature in the Cambrian know the value of pi No But did pi exist with the same value that we know of today Yes Truth is all around us We just simply have to look for it This task figuring out where we stand with respect to truth to the world around us is mankinds most noble activity and something that we should only give up on at our peril Contact us at editors@timecom IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsWhite House Deputy National Security Adviser Tony Blinken hit the airwaves on Sunday morning as part of a move to increase pressure on Russian President Vladimir Putin as Ukraine nears a breaking point “He has to make a very hard choice” Blinken said on CBS “He can either continue to do what he’s doing in Ukraine or pull back engage in a diplomatic process and take some of that pressure off” The EU and the US have agreed to ratchet up sanctions on Russia in response to the crisis in eastern Ukraine where Western allies have said the Kremlin is fueling unrest and amassing troops at the border The sanctions have already begun to hit Russia’s economy perhaps setting him up for domestic challenges in the future “He had a compact with his people and the compact is this: ‘I’ll deliver economic growth for you if you remain politically compliant’ Right now he’s not delivering growth” Blinken said on CNN’s State of the Union Former UK Prime Minister Tony Blair endorsed the West’s stance toward Russia saying on Sunday on NBC “We’re absolutely right to take a strong approach” Contact us at editors@timecom PTI After arriving at the office, for example, You. 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