first_img Twitter Advertisement Facebook LEAVE A REPLY Cancel replyLog in to leave a comment Advertisementcenter_img Login/Register With: One of the Calgary Stampede’s most exciting music stages has announced the third and final part of their lineup for the 2018 show, with the total count seeing dozens of artists expected to perform.The Coca-Cola Stage appears to feature a bit more rock than the rest of the country-heavy festival — it is the Stampede, after all — with performers like Broken Social Scene, Walk Off The Earth, and Sheryl Crow expected to perform throughout the 10-day event.According to a release from the Calgary Stampede, the Coca-Cola Stage will feature over 50 artists by the time the Greatest Outdoor Show On Earth is all said and done, and they have been rolling out the full lineup over the course of three days. Advertisementlast_img read more

first_imgMartha TroianAPTN InvestigatesThe provincial government is moving forward with a plan in northwestern Alberta that has First Nations and Métis hunters and trappers worried about how it will effect them.The “caribou range plan” covers millions of hectares of land. One hectare equals 2.47 acres.Alberta says the plan is meant to address the declining number of caribou.But Graham Courtoreille, 69, from the Beaver Ranch Indian Reserve, near Fort Vermilion, believes the plan has nothing to do with protecting the herds but more to do with the government’s plan to turn his traditional territory into parkland and wash away Indigenous land rights.“Sure it could be good for the Native people but you know yourself the federal government has been trying to take away our treaty rights,” says Courtoreille.“I don’t trust Trudeau, I never trusted his dad, and I don’t trust him.”The woodland caribou are considered threatened under both the federal Species at Risk Act and Alberta’s Wildlife Act.The provinces caribou range plan is home to several First Nation communities and Métis settlements, along with six municipalities. In Alberta there is provincial legislation governing Metis settlements that is similar in many ways to the Indian Act.There are 15 caribou ranges in total in the province. In northwestern Alberta, the area could be affected by four caribou range plans; the Bistcho, Yates, Chinchaga and Caribou Mountains range.The largest range is the Caribou Mountains Range, measuring 2,065,873 hectares in size.Parkland status is one tool government could useA working document at the moment, referred as “Alberta’s Draft Provincial Woodland Caribou Range Plan,” proposes to restore the declining caribou population while meeting Canada’s requirements under the Species at Risk Act.According to one of the province’s primary guiding documents to deal with woodland caribou recovery efforts, herds in Alberta are declining at high rates.But for Courtoreille and for other trappers in the region, the caribou are not threatened.“There’s more caribou than elk and moose in this country,” says Courtoreille.Owen Sabiston, a retired fish and wildlife game warden who worked with the province for 30 years, echoes Courtoreille’s concerns.“I have a problem with them calling it a recovery plan because they don’t have baseline numbers of the caribou in the wild, they don’t know how many caribou there were 50 years ago,” said Sabiston about the province’s Environment and Parks reports.He believes the province lacks scientific proof and does not have any data on the caribou prior to the 1990s.A spokesperson with the Alberta Environment and Parks stated that although one conservation method may include converting some land into parkland, it is only one tool at their disposal. They can also utilize restoration, land-use planning and habitat protection. The province’s goal is to work with each individual community to see what tools are most appropriate.Courtoreille says he just found out about the government’s plan recently.“Nobody knew about it, the trappers didn’t know, [and] there are still people who don’t know nothing about it.”However, the department said it met with First Nations and Métis groups in Alberta in early 2017, along with other stakeholders in the forestry and energy sector and with environmental organizations during their Phase 1 process, which informed the draft plan. Information sessions and workshops were also held in various municipalities and meetings with individual communities upon request.Graham Courtoreille, a trapper from the Beaver Ranch Indian ReserveTrappers scared, caribou fine, say advocatesCourtoreille says there are hundreds of trappers and mill workers scared of what’s to come.Calvin Bulldog, 49, from Beaver First Nation is another concerned trapper.Bulldog’s trapline is near Caribou Mountains, neighbouring Wood Buffalo National Park. It’s a trapline that has been passed down for generations. Bulldog said if he loses his trapline, he will have nothing. He said it was only recently he learned about the province’s caribou range plan. Until APTN Investigates informed Bulldog how much land could be affected in his region, he said he had no idea.The Northwest Species at Risk Committee (NSWAR), a grassroots organization made up of six northwestern municipalities, formed as a means to give local residents a voice to do with caribou recovery, released a news release asserting how the government’s plan could sterilize the region’s resources and devastate its economy.According to the NSWAR, 650 forestry jobs could be at risk, $1 billion of annual revenue in timber harvest, gas and oil fields would be greatly impacted, as well as other industries such as trapping, outfitting and agriculture.“We cannot understand why the provincial government wants to add more park space in our area,” wrote NSWAR chair Lisa Wardley. In northwest Alberta, the province is already home to Wood Buffalo National Park and Caribou Mountains Wildland Park.NSWAR is currently circulating a petition, asking concerned citizens to submit a statement declaring their opposition about the government’s plan and mail it to their provincial and/or federal environment ministers.Chief Trevor Mercredi of Beaver First Nation says his community will be meeting with the province to address their concerns.“From what I’m being told, the province cannot enact any sort of legislation that will impact our rights. But in saying that, we do have our eyes and ears open,” says Mercredi.Province said Indigenous rights will not be affectedThe spokesperson with Environment and Parks said they want to hear all concerns including those from Indigenous and Métis communities and from the Northwest Species at Risk Committee.The province also said they acknowledge the significance of Indigenous and Métis hunting and fishing rights, knowing it is part of their cultural heritage.When asked specifically what will become of fishing and hunting rights for Indigenous and Métis people, the spokesperson said their rights will not be affected“The traditional Indigenous hunting rights are not impacted by any of our range planning. They have that as part of their treaty rights and that’s protected by the constitution. We have no jurisdiction over Indigenous hunting.”The spokesperson also said no decisions have been made as to which conservations tools will apply in the region.The last information session for Phase 2 wrapped up this week, and now the province will move into Phase 3, which will lead to the province’s final caribou management plan.last_img read more

Scotland Yard has reopened its investigation into the murder of one of Margaret Thatcher’s closest confidantes by Irish terrorists, The Sunday Telegraph can reveal. The case was reopened having been left untouched for some 30 years, after Sajid Javid, the Home Secretary, ordered a review in response to calls for the family of the former Army officer to be given answers about who murdered him, and for his killers to face justice. The disclosure comes 10 days after Lyra McKee, a Northern Irish… Police have embarked on “new work” relating to the assassination of Airey Neave, the then shadow Northern Ireland secretary, who was killed by a car bomb in the courtyard of the House of Commons in 1979.

first_imgThe entire world watched at the end of last year while a cleaning lady from Greece was being sentenced to 10 years in prison for lying about her primary school certificate in order to get hired.The 53-year-old woman from the city of Volos in Thessaly forged her certificate adding that she had completed one more year.Following the announcement of her sentence there was national and international uproar as public opinion found the conviction to be unreasonable and harsh.This time, a cleaner hired by a state hospital in Ioannina was sentenced to eight years in jail for the exact same thing, local media reported on Thursday.The woman repeatedly attempted to avoid trial for medical reasons that were dismissed as fake. She has reportedly appealed her conviction and a new trial has been scheduled for March 2019. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img read more

first_imgLes vaches pourraient réellement nous prédire la météoDes chercheurs américains ont réussi à mettre en évidence la façon dont les vaches réagissent aux aléas de la météo. Les animaux seraient même capables selon eux de les anticiper.A l’heure des bulletins météos et prévision des météorologues, on oublie facilement que la nature nous donne parfois certains signes visibles pour deviner quel temps il fera dans les prochains jours. Parmi les plus étranges, un dicton anglo-saxon prétend que voir des vaches couchées dans un pré est signe de pluie. Une source potentielle de prévisions qui est sans surprise sujette à débat… Mais la science vient peut-être tout juste de confirmer cette idée, du moins dans une certaine mesure. En effet, des chercheurs des Universités de l’Arizona et du Missouri ont cherché à remédier à la baisse de productivité des vaches laitières en période de chaleur. Pour ce faire, ils ont donc étudié la façon dont le bétail module son comportement en fonction des fluctuations météorologiques. Des observations qu’ils ont menées à l’aide de deux types d’instruments : un capteur intravaginal mesurant la chaleur du corps des animaux et un autre capteur placé cette fois-ci, sur l’une des pattes des vaches. Debout ou couchée en fonction de la températureLe second capteur servait en fait à mesurer l’angle entre la patte et le sol, indiquant ainsi si l’animal est debout ou couché. Après avoir comparé les résultats obtenus en Arizona, en Californie et dans le Minnesota, ils ont constaté que la position des vaches était corrélée à leur température interne et mieux encore : qu’elles avaient tendance à se coucher au sol par temps froid pour limiter leur déperdition de chaleur et leurs dépenses énergétiques. À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?En revanche, durant les épisodes de chaleur, elles préfèrent au contraire se tenir debout : une façon d’exposer davantage de surface corporelle à l’air et d’évacuer ainsi plus de chaleur. D’une certaine façon, les vaches se conduiraient donc bien différemment en fonction de la météo. Le temps froid étant souvent associé à l’arrivée de la pluie, c’est probablement de là que viendrait le fameux dicton des vaches couchées annonciatrices de mauvais temps.Prédire le comportement des vaches “La prévision du ‘stress thermique’ est vitale pour garder les vaches en bonne santé et productives. Nous pouvons prédire le comportement de l’animal – se tenir debout – en fonction de sa température interne”, a confirmé le Dr Jamison Allen, auteur principal de l’étude cité par Science Daily. “Mais en incitant les vaches à s’allonger, les producteurs pourraient également aider leurs bêtes à économiser leur énergie [quand il fait chaud]”, a t-il ajouté.Reste désormais à savoir combien de temps à l’avance les vaches sont capables de prédire l’arrivée d’un épisode de chaleur ou de fraicheur… En attendant, voir une vache couchée devrait donc tout de même nous inciter à sortir la petite laine. Le 14 mars 2013 à 15:02 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

first_img Hurricane Irma swept across the Atlantic Ocean and American southeast this month, leaving a path of destruction.One of its most devastating effects, however, became clear only once the clouds parted.Images captured by NASA’s Operational Land Imager (OLI) on the Landsat 8 satellite show Irma’s impact on the British and U.S. Virgin Islands.“The most obvious change is the widespread browning of the landscape,” according to Kathryn Hansen, science writer at NASA’s Earth Observatory.Between high-powered winds, heavy rainfall, and subsequent flooding, Hansen suggested that what was once lush tropical vegetation has been stripped by the storm, leaving views of bare ground.Hurricane Irma’s aftereffects (via NASA Earth Observatory)She also suggested that salt spray whipped up during the hurricane may have coated tree leaves, disguising parts of the once-green landscape.By the time it passed the Virgin Islands on Sept. 6, Irma was a category 5 storm with maximum sustained winds of 185 mph.Check out NASA’s photos, shot before (Aug. 21-25) and after (Sept. 8-10) the historic hurricane. A close-up of Virgin Gorda “gives a better sense of the changes,” Hansen said.Some vegetation on Antigua, for instance, remains intact—likely due to its central hills acting as a shield against the gales.Hurricane Irma’s aftereffects (via NASA Earth Observatory)Barbuda, however, suffered a much worse fate: As reported by the Los Angeles Times, an estimated 95 percent of island houses were damaged or destroyed, and some 1,600 residents were evacuated.“The small island in the eastern Caribbean was directly hit by the category 5 storm early on Sept. 6,” Hansen said, highlighting the now-barren land. “In contrast, vegetation on Antigua appears relatively healthy and intact. With the storm’s center passing to the north, the island sustained less damage.”In times of crisis, people often turn to technology for help. Last week, free push-to-talk application Zello topped the iTunes App Store following a slew of downloads, as people relied on the two-way radio to communicate during Hurricanes Harvey and Irma.And, Tesla Motors extended the range of select Model S and Model X vehicles in Florida to aid evacuating drivers.Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey. Tune In As Brad Pitt Speaks With NASA Astronaut on ISSNASA Says 2 Asteroids Will Safely Fly By Earth This Weekend Stay on targetlast_img read more

first_imgNewbie manager Ole Gunnar Solskjaer, opened up about how much of an impact Sir Alex Ferguson has on his career at Manchester United.We still don’t know if the Manchester United board of directors will end up keeping Ole Gunnar Solskjaer for the manager’s seat, but the influence from Sir Alex Ferguson is more evident by the minute and even the Norwegian doesn’t shy away from any type of comparison.The Red Devils completely changed their tune since the caretaker manager arrived in the club to take over Jose Mourinho’s spot, the credit is not only his but also Michael Carrick’s and Kieran McKenna’s.Both assistant managers were already in the squad when Mourinho coached the squad, but they didn’t really have a major influence over the players as they do today.Even the warm-up has gone back to the old days when Ferguson coached the team, the Scotsman had a level of control over many aspects of the team that no other manager in football history has been able to accomplish.Solskjaer has been able to understand that in order to do all the work that Ferguson did back in the day, he has to rely on teamwork with the other two assistant managers and things seem to be working so far.Ole Gunnar Solskjaer has downplayed Sir Alex Ferguson’s role in Manchester United’s revival since his appointment as caretaker boss.Full story:— Sky Sports Premier League (@SkySportsPL) January 21, 2019Regardless of how well the squad is doing everything at the moment, the Norwegian manager confessed that he still doesn’t feel ready to take on the whole operation and he has remained in contact with Sir Alex for advice on how to work better with the players.It is almost as if the Scotsman was back to work, as if he was still controlling everything from the comfort of his own home.Solskjaer denies that they talk regularly, but he does agree that there is a major influence where he draws his energy from.“We don’t speak weekly. I haven’t spoken to him many times,” said Ole via The Express.“He has been in to visit us just once – he has been to see [former player, Giuseppe] Rossi once.”“The influence is more my 15 years under him. He is 77, it is not fair to him either is it?”“Part of the history of the club is that you get setbacks. It was not just glory days with Sir Alex either.”Harry Maguire, Manchester UnitedSolskjaer praises Harry Maguire after Man United’s 1-0 win Andrew Smyth – September 14, 2019 Ole Gunnar Solskjaer singled out Harry Maguire for praise after helping Manchester United keep a clean sheet in their 1-0 win over Leicester City.“That is just the way we are, that we bounce back and hopefully we move up the table. That is key to us now.”“The past three managers have passed on so much knowledge that the players know they will have it in the locker because every day is an experience,” he added.How Sir Alex Ferguson has emerged from the shadows after arrival of Ole Gunnar Solskjaer | @Jack_Gaughan— MailOnline Sport (@MailSport) January 18, 2019With Manchester United’s latest victory over Brighton & Hove Albion at Old Trafford, Ole Gunnar Solskjaer reached an impressive 7 consecutive victories in all competitions since he took command of the squad.The Norwegian manager set a record that no other newbie Premier League manager has been able to accomplish, but this record might stay there because the next match will be extremely difficult for the Red Devils.We have the FA Cup weekend approaching, Arsenal will get a visit from Manchester United at the Emirates Stadium and these 7 consecutive wins could finally stay there if the Gunners get to defeat Ole Gunnar Solskjaer’s squad.Even if things seem to be going fine for the Red Devils, Ole doesn’t want to get that overconfident feeling because he knows that being defeated is something that will eventually happen.Actually, the faster his squad gets a loss, the less pressure he will have for the rest of the season.Ferguson will be watching diligently from the sidelines as he’s been doing for the past few years since he retired.The only difference is that now, the Scotsman feels more involved because the ones in charge are his direct disciples.Inside Solskjaer’s perfect first month at Man United: How he brought Ferguson’s ways back to Old Trafford. Great read! 🇾🇪 #mufc— United Xtra (@utdxtra) January 18, 2019What aspects of Manchester United’s game are more similar to the Sir Alex Ferguson era? Please share your opinion in the comment section down below.last_img read more

first_imgFire damaged a travel trailer north of Battle Ground early Friday evening.Firefighters were dispatched at 7:46 p.m. to the 28000 block of Northeast 122nd Avenue to a report of a burning trailer. Firefighters reported seeing a smoke plume as they approached.Units arriving saw the trailer was near a house and focused on preventing the fire from spreading to the structure.The fire was declared under control by 8:06 p.m. An inspection revealed the fire had not spread to the house.Information on damage or the fire’s cause was not available.last_img

first_imgAbove the Arctic circle, there’s no daylight on the solstice. Farther south, Fairbanks has about 3.5 hours. Anchorage, 5.5 hours and Juneau a bit more than six hours. (Graphic courtesy of Brian Brettschneider)Alaska marked the solstice early Dec. 21, at 1:44 a.m. So what does that mean for the amount of daylight across the state?To answer that question, we checked in with Brian Brettschneider, a climatologist in Anchorage who closely tracks Alaska climate data and trends.He regularly talks with editor Annie Feidt from Alaska’s Energy Desk as part of the segment, Ask a Climatologist.Listen NowInterview transcript:Brian: If you’re north of the Arctic Circle, north of Kotzebue, there’s no daylight, so no sunrise and sunset. And then once you get south of there, in Fairbanks, you’re at about 3.5 hours. When you get to Anchorage it’s somewhere in the 5.5 hour range and then in Juneau, it’s about six hours, 20 minutes.Annie: Compare that to a few major cities in the lower 48.Brian: Places in the northern part of the lower 48, like Seattle or Chicago, you’re looking at 8.5 to 9 hours of daylight. As you get farther south, like say Los Angeles- ten hours; in Miami- 10.5 hours.Annie: How does the amount of daylight, especially in a place like Utqiagvik (formerly Barrow) affect the climate?Brian: When the sun is about five degrees above the horizon, it provides essentially no solar energy. And so even though the sun is out and on your skin, you may feel a little warmth, but it provides almost no atmospheric heating. It’s just as likely in Fairbanks, for example, that the high temperature of the day would occur at 2:00 a.m., and the low at 2:00 p.m. There’s really no correlation like you would find in the summer when the sun is high in the sky and the afternoon high temperature is going to be just after that peak solar angle. It could be any time of the day or night once you get a little bit north of Anchorage.Annie: Does the amount of daylight balance out around the globe over the course of a year?Brian: That’s a really interesting question because we assume that long days in the summer, short days in the winter and they all average out. It’s actually not entirely true because of the elliptical nature of our orbit and the tilt of our axis, we actually get more daylight in the summer here in Alaska than we have darkness in the winter. So for example in Utqiagvik, formerly Barrow, in the summer they have 82 days where there is no sunset, so 24 hours of daylight, but in the winter they have 64 days with no sunrise, so that’s an 18 day difference. So it’s not fully in balance and that solar equation is actually more heavily weighted toward light than dark here in Alaska.last_img read more

first_imgSecunderabad: A mock United Nations Conference was held at DRS International School, Kompally, from August 8 to 10. Seventh Model United Nations Conference, DRSMUN2K19, received affiliation yet again from the United Nations Information Centre for India and Bhutan (UNIC). This is the third year in a row that the conference has received the prestigious recognition. Also Read – With 61 feet high, Khairatabad Ganesh claimed to be tallest idol in India Advertise With Us The three-day conference saw more than 350 students in attendance from 25 schools, representing nearly 80 countries in eight committees. The run-up to DRSMUN2K19 had included pre-conference training that equipped delegates to sharpen their advocacy skills as well as opportunities to practice mediation, negotiation, arbitration and lobbying. Under the leadership of Secretary General Krishna Kyathi, a Grade 11 student from DRS International School, the conference witnessed delegates take on, and skillfully tackle challenging real-world issues such as healthcare measures for refugees and migrants, socio-economic instabilities in the Middle East, the formation of new international borders, international interventions in regional civil wars etc. Also Read – Unidentified assailants killed a person in Saidabad PS limits Advertise With Us The proceedings of each of the eight committees, including WHO, ECOSOC, HRC, HPPC, DISEC, SC, INTERPOL and UNEA, were expertly helmed by members of the Executive Board. The members of the International Press also played a pivotal role in the conference, holding press conferences and publishing three newsletters that insightfully covered the proceedings of each committee. Advertise With Us “As an inclusive conference, DRSMUN2K19 is a strong springboard for all participants, regardless of their previous MUN experience,” quipped AK Agarwal, the school’s managing director of the school. Dr Muradia, Director, described the conference as “A unique opportunity for self-discovery through global engagement.” As the curtains closed on the conference, Janet Fanaian, president, DRSMUN2K19, stressed the need for young student voices to continue to empower themselves by “practising civilized diplomacy through negotiation.”last_img read more

first_imgAnirudh Ravichander and Thalapathy Vijay.PR HandoutVijay’s upcoming film with Lokesh Kanagaraj is expected to be announced formally in June. The director is currently busy giving final touches to the script while working on the cast and crew.The latest update getting about the project is that the director has finalised the music director for the flick, presently referred to as Thalapathy 64. Well, youth sensation Anirudh Ravichander has been approached to compose music for the film.Rumours say that Anirudh has agreed to compose music for Thalapathy 64. If it turns out to be true, then it will be his second film with Vijay after blockbuster Kaththi.AR Murugadoss’ Kaththi had some wonderful songs backed by solid background score. The popularity of the audio was such that the background score got record views on YouTube after the film’s release.If Anirudh scores music for Vijay’s film again, the expectations will be sky high from the audience.As per the reports, Thalapathy 64 will be a quickie which might hit the screens for Pongal or Tamil New Year in 2020.On the other hand, Vijay is busy with his next film with Atlee Kumar. The name of the flick is yet to be revealed and it is expected to be announced on 22 June to coincide with his birthday celebration.last_img read more

first_imgA cattle-laden truck overturned on the Dhaka-Chattogram Highway on early Wednesday. Photo: UNBA cattle-laden truck overturned on the Dhaka-Chattogram Highway on early Wednesday, killing three people and six cows, reports UNB. Police identified the men as Anwar Hossain, Samiul Islam and Khokon Mia.The cattle traders were residents of Jhenaidah’s Maheshpur upazila. The accident took place at Chiura of Chouddagram upazila around 6:00am. Abul Kalam, in-charge of Miabazar highway police camp, said the men were killed on the spot. Police recovered the bodies and sent them to Cumilla Medical College Hospital for autopsy.last_img

first_imgMove Program Folders in Windows without affecting functionality by Martin Brinkmann on April 21, 2017 in Software – 21 commentsFreeMove is a free open source program for Microsoft Windows devices to move program folders to other locations without breaking functionality.When you install a software on a Windows machine, you either select a location for it to be installed in, or have no say in the matter at all.The default locations, program files and program files (x86), fill rather quickly with all kinds of installations. While that may not be a huge problem if the main drive of your Windows PC has plenty of space, there may come a time where hard disk space is running out on the drive.You can try and free up space, by running Disk Cleanup or CCleaner for instance, by finding the largest files, or by uninstalling programs from the PC.Using FreeMoveFreeMove has been designed to provide another solution. You may use the program to move any folder on any of your drives — and that includes program installation folders — to another location without losing functionality.Use cases include:Moving a large program folder, or folder that a program uses (profile folder under the user directory for instance) to another partition or drive to free up disk space or speed things up (by moving to a faster hard drive).Move a program folder to another location, for instance when it installed on c: directly, or in a location you don’t want it to be in.Using the program is super easy. You find downloads of it on the project’s GitHub website. There you find the source as well, so give it a look if you want to analyze it before you run it, or even compile it yourself.Start the program on your system afterwards. The interface is basic, but sufficient. It consists of two forms that you need to add directory information to.Move From: this is the original location of the program folder on your system, e.g. C:\Program Files\McAfee.To: this is the target location you want to move the folder and all of its files to, e.g. O:\testThe only other option allows you to set the original folder to hidden. An empty folder remains in the source location by default that points to the new location. The hide option hides that folder in File Explorer, provided that you don’t display hidden folders by default.Click the move button afterwards to start the process.Notes: Make sure the program or the files in the folder are not in use at the time. Also, depending on the folder location, and where you want the folder to be moved to on the Windows machine, you may need elevation for that. If you want to move it t or from o c:\program files for instance, you need to run it with administrative privileges. Do so by right-clicking on the Free Move executable file and selecting the run as administrator option.FreeMove places the folder under the selected target path. If you select O:\test for instance, the folder’s new location is O:\test\programfolderYou probably wonder how FreeMove handles the moving in the background. Basically, what it does is create a directory junction in the source location that points to the new location that you have picked. Windows and programs interact with the program as if it would still be in the source location.FreeMover is not the first program of its kind that offers that functionality. We have reviewed Steam Mover back in 2010 for the first time which, while designed for Steam, works for any folder that you want to move to another location.There is also SymMover, which allows you to move installed programs on Windows machines to another folder without affecting program functionality.Last but not least, there is also the manual way of moving folders using the built-in command line tool mklink.Closing WordsFreeMover is a simple program, but simple is sometimes all that you need. You may use it to move any program folder or regular folder to another location without losing any of its functionality in the process.FreeMove can be run without installation. It does require the Microsoft .NET Framework 4.x however.Now You: Have you moved program folders in the past?Summary12345 Author Rating4 based on 9 votes Software Name FreeMoveOperating System WindowsSoftware Category AdministrationLanding Page Advertisementlast_img read more

first_img“Like a fireball”: Tornado touches down in Havana Travelweek Group HAVANA — A tornado has cut a path of destruction across eastern Havana after last night’s pounding rains brought down trees, power poles and sent shards of metal roofing flying through the air.Power was cut to many areas and President Miguel Diaz-Canel said Monday at least three people were killed and 172 injured.Julio Menendez, a 33-year-old restaurant worker said Havana’s 10 de Octubre borough “looks like a horror movie.”“From one moment to the next, we heard a noise like an airplane falling out of the sky. The first thing I did was go hug my daughters,” who are 9 and 12, he told The Associated Press.Driver Oster Rodriguez said that amid a fierce storm, what looked like a thick, swirling cloud touched down in the central plaza of the Reparto Modelo neighbourhood “like a fireball.” He saw a bus blown over, though he said the driver escaped unharmed.The windows in the seven-storey Daughters of Galicia Hospital had been sucked out of their frames by the wind, leaving curtains flapping in the breeze, and all the patients, new and expectant mothers, had to be evacuated. In the streets, a palm tree more than 30 feet (9 metres) tall had crushed a pre-revolutionary American car.More news:  Can you guess the one and only hotel company to rank on Indeed’s Top Workplaces in Canada list?Photos posted on Twitter by Havana residents showed cars crushed by fallen light posts and cars trapped in floodwaters around the city. The neighbourhoods of Regla and 10 de Octubre and the town of San Miguel de Padron had been affected by the tornado.At least three people have been killed after a tornado hit Havana, Cuba.— Twitter Moments (@TwitterMoments) January 28, 2019Leanys Calvo, a restaurant cook in the 10th of October borough, said she was working Sunday night despite heavy rain and wind when she heard a rumbling noise outside and looked out to see what appeared to be a tornado touching down.“It was something that touched down, and then took off again. It was like a tower,” she said, describing it as displaying colours of red and green. “It was here for two-three seconds, nothing more. They were the most frightening seconds of my life.” Posted by Share Monday, January 28, 2019 << Previous PostNext Post >>last_img read more

first_imgRelated posts:Finance Ministry proposes tougher sanctions to crack down on contraband smuggling Booze bootleggers busted after bribe backfires Smugglers play central role in money laundering, say law enforcement Is Costa Rica’s anti-tobacco law encouraging smuggling? A joint operation by officials from three government agencies on Tuesday resulted in the confiscation of 10,687 contraband cigarettes, the Public Security Ministry reported.Health Ministry officials and officers from the National Police’s Intelligence Department and Fiscal Control Police raided five businesses in downtown San José after several weeks of investigation. Officers seized cigarettes where business owners lacked customs documentation and when cigarette packs did not meet labeling standards set by Costa Rica’s Anti-Smoking Law that entered into force in 2012. Provisions of the law include mandatory anti-smoking messages and graphic pictures on cigarette packs.The Health Ministry also ordered one business closed for lacking permits.The raids included bars, restaurants and other businesses near San José’s Central Park.Increased contraband has prompted Finance Ministry officials to propose a bill that would impose severe sanctions for product smuggling into Costa Rica. Last year alone, Fiscal Control Police confiscated more than 21 million cigarettes.The draft bill, which will be presented to the Legislative Assembly in coming days, proposes prison terms of up to 15 years for those convicted of illegally transporting goods into the country. Current legislation sets maximum jail terms at eight years.Recommended: Is Costa Rica’s anti-tobacco law encouraging smuggling? Facebook Commentslast_img read more

first_imgAMSTERDAM (AP) – TNT Express NV, the express delivery company that is awaiting approval from European regulators for a takeover by United Parcel Service, reported better second quarter earnings thanks to a significant reduction in losses at its Brazilian operations.Net profit was (EURO)40 million ($49.2 million), up from just (EURO)4 million in the same period a year ago, the company said Monday. Sales grew 1.7 percent to (EURO)1.83 billion, with volumes up in Europe. However, European profits fell due to business customers opting for cheaper options. 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches Comments   Share   More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Sponsored Stories New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths UPS made its (EURO)5.2 billion, or (EURO)9.50 per share, bid for TNT in March. In July the European Commission said the deal would need closer examination. TNT repeated Monday it expects the deal to close in the fourth quarter. TNT shares closed at (EURO)8.812 Friday.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.)center_img 4 sleep positions for men and what they mean Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Top Stories Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debateslast_img read more

first_img Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility MONROVIA, Liberia (AP) — Liberians gathered in the streets of the capital on Monday to celebrate the end of the Ebola epidemic in this West African country.The festivities come after the World Health Organization declared over the weekend that Liberia was finally Ebola-free.More than 4,700 people died during the Ebola crisis in Liberia, the country hardest hit by the outbreak. Ebola continues to claim victims in Sierra Leone and Guinea, where health officials have had difficulty tracing new cases. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Comments   Share   Liberian President Ellen Johnson Sirleaf closed the celebrations by recommitting herself to helping the governments and people of Sierra Leone and Guinea to overcome the disease.The effort to achieve that has already started. “We are going to intensify that effort because we know that until they are free, totally free, we are not free,” she said.The president of Togo along with guests from the African Union, Ghana and Nigeria also attended the Liberian event.Liberia’s Chief Justice Francis Korkpor called the Ebola crisis “an unprovoked attack on our nation that posed a serious threat to the survival of our existence.”Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Get a lawn your neighbor will be jealous of 5 greatest Kentucky Derby finishes A woman holds a placard as she and others celebrate Liberia being an Ebola free nation in Monrovia, Liberia, Monday, May 11, 2015. Liberians are gathering in the streets of the capital to celebrate the end of the Ebola epidemic in this West African country. Monday’s festivities come after the World Health Organization declared over the weekend that Liberia was finally Ebola-free. (AP Photo/ Abbas Dulleh) Patients with chronic pain give advice Sponsored Stories Top Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving soberlast_img read more

first_imgET  084416-Dec-15Wed, Fri & SunDUR14:30ADD21:40ET738 ET  084516-Dec-15Wed, Fri & SunADD8:30DUR13:40ET738 Flight No.Eff DateFrequencyDept ArpDept TimeArvl ArpArrv TimeFleet Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 787 DreamlinerEthiopian Airlines, the largest and most profitable airline in Africa, is pleased to announce that it has started new services to Durban, the third destination in South Africa after Johannesburg and Cape Town on December 16, 2015 as per the following schedule: Durban is the second largest metropolitan city and the second most important manufacturing hub in South Africa. It is also one of the main tourism destinations in Africa because of the city’s warm subtropical climate and extensive beaches.Ethiopian Group CEO, Tewolde GebreMariam, said: “As a Pan-African airline working to bring Africa together and closer to the entire world, we are bullish on the prospects of continuous expansion of our reach in our home market Africa and beyond.“With continuous service to South Africa for over 22 years, this new and additional service will give passengers additional choice and flexibility by offering seamless and convenient connections thru our main hub in Addis to more than 90 destinations in five continents.”He added “I would like to take this opportunity to thank our fellow Star Alliance partner, South African Airways, Dube Trade Port, ACSA, KZN’s Economic and Tourism Development departments for their relentless support to make this new operation a reality.”Ethiopian is global Pan-African global carrier serving more than 90 international destinations across 5 continents and operating the youngest fleet in Africa with less than the industry average of 5 years, including the B737 Next Generation with Sky Interior to African points, and the B787 Dreamliner’s, the B777-200LRs, the longest range commercial aircraft in activity and the B777-300 ER on its mid and long haul routes. Fly Ethiopian AirlinesSource = Ethiopian Airlineslast_img read more

first_img This image released by Warner Bros. Pictures shows Amber Heard in a scene from “Aquaman.” (Jasin Boland/Warner Bros. Pictures via AP) LOS ANGELES — “Aquaman” is still leading the pack at the box office, but other films like “Mary Poppins Returns” and “The Mule” are enjoying post-Christmas bumps too.Warner Bros. on Sunday says “Aquaman” has added an estimated $51.6 million in North American ticket sales over the weekend to take first place again. Down just 24 per cent from its domestic debut, the DC Comics pic has grossed nearly $748.8 million worldwide.Up 19 per cent, “Mary Poppins Returns” took second place with $28 million, while “Bumblebee” settled in third with $20.5 million.“Spider-Man: Into the Spider-Verse” got fourth with $18.3 million. And “The Mule,” up 24 per cent, took fifth with $11.8 million.The Dick Cheney movie “Vice” grossed $7.8 million from the weekend and $17.7 million since its Christmas opening.RELATED: Thor’s Hammers: Vice ‘Aquaman’ still rules, and others see a post-Christmas bump by Lindsey Bahr, The Associated Press Posted Dec 30, 2018 9:12 am PDT Last Updated Dec 30, 2018 at 10:18 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Lindsey Bahr, The Associated Presslast_img read more

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