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The Uninhabitable Earth
Famine, economic collapse, a sun that cooks us: What climate change could wreak — sooner than you think.

By David Wallace-Wells

In the jungles of Costa Rica, where humidity routinely tops 90 percent, simply moving around outside when it’s over 105 degrees Fahrenheit would be lethal. And the effect would be fast: Within a few hours, a human body would be cooked to death from both inside and out. Fossils by Heartless Machine
July 9, 2017

I. ‘Doomsday’
Peering beyond scientific reticence.

It is, I promise, worse than you think. If your anxiety about global warming is dominated by fears of sea-level rise, you are barely scratching the surface of what terrors are possible, even within the lifetime of a teenager today. And yet the swelling seas — and the cities they will drown — have so dominated the picture of global warming, and so overwhelmed our capacity for climate panic, that they have occluded our perception of other threats, many much closer at hand. Rising oceans are bad, in fact very bad; but fleeing the coastline will not be enough.

Indeed, absent a significant adjustment to how billions of humans conduct their lives, parts of the Earth will likely become close to uninhabitable, and other parts horrifically inhospitable, as soon as the end of this century.

Even when we train our eyes on climate change, we are unable to comprehend its scope. This past winter, a string of days 60 and 70 degrees warmer than normal baked the North Pole, melting the permafrost that encased Norway’s Svalbard seed vault — a global food bank nicknamed “Doomsday,” designed to ensure that our agriculture survives any catastrophe, and which appeared to have been flooded by climate change less than ten years after being built.

The Doomsday vault is fine, for now: The structure has been secured and the seeds are safe. But treating the episode as a parable of impending flooding missed the more important news. Until recently, permafrost was not a major concern of climate scientists, because, as the name suggests, it was soil that stayed permanently frozen. But Arctic permafrost contains 1.8 trillion tons of carbon, more than twice as much as is currently suspended in the Earth’s atmosphere. When it thaws and is released, that carbon may evaporate as methane, which is 34 times as powerful a greenhouse-gas warming blanket as carbon dioxide when judged on the timescale of a century; when judged on the timescale of two decades, it is 86 times as powerful. In other words, we have, trapped in Arctic permafrost, twice as much carbon as is currently wrecking the atmosphere of the planet, all of it scheduled to be released at a date that keeps getting moved up, partially in the form of a gas that multiplies its warming power 86 times over.

Maybe you know that already — there are alarming stories in the news every day, like those, last month, that seemed to suggest satellite data showed the globe warming since 1998 more than twice as fast as scientists had thought (in fact, the underlying story was considerably less alarming than the headlines). Or the news from Antarctica this past May, when a crack in an ice shelf grew 11 miles in six days, then kept going; the break now has just three miles to go — by the time you read this, it may already have met the open water, where it will drop into the sea one of the biggest icebergs ever, a process known poetically as “calving.”


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But no matter how well-informed you are, you are surely not alarmed enough. Over the past decades, our culture has gone apocalyptic with zombie movies and Mad Max dystopias, perhaps the collective result of displaced climate anxiety, and yet when it comes to contemplating real-world warming dangers, we suffer from an incredible failure of imagination. The reasons for that are many: the timid language of scientific probabilities, which the climatologist James Hansen once called “scientific reticence” in a paper chastising scientists for editing their own observations so conscientiously that they failed to communicate how dire the threat really was; the fact that the country is dominated by a group of technocrats who believe any problem can be solved and an opposing culture that doesn’t even see warming as a problem worth addressing; the way that climate denialism has made scientists even more cautious in offering speculative warnings; the simple speed of change and, also, its slowness, such that we are only seeing effects now of warming from decades past; our uncertainty about uncertainty, which the climate writer Naomi Oreskes in particular has suggested stops us from preparing as though anything worse than a median outcome were even possible; the way we assume climate change will hit hardest elsewhere, not everywhere; the smallness (two degrees) and largeness (1.8 trillion tons) and abstractness (400 parts per million) of the numbers; the discomfort of considering a problem that is very difficult, if not impossible, to solve; the altogether incomprehensible scale of that problem, which amounts to the prospect of our own annihilation; simple fear. But aversion arising from fear is a form of denial, too.

In between scientific reticence and science fiction is science itself. This article is the result of dozens of interviews and exchanges with climatologists and researchers in related fields and reflects hundreds of scientific papers on the subject of climate change. What follows is not a series of predictions of what will happen — that will be determined in large part by the much-less-certain science of human response. Instead, it is a portrait of our best understanding of where the planet is heading absent aggressive action. It is unlikely that all of these warming scenarios will be fully realized, largely because the devastation along the way will shake our complacency. But those scenarios, and not the present climate, are the baseline. In fact, they are our schedule.

The present tense of climate change — the destruction we’ve already baked into our future — is horrifying enough. Most people talk as if Miami and Bangladesh still have a chance of surviving; most of the scientists I spoke with assume we’ll lose them within the century, even if we stop burning fossil fuel in the next decade. Two degrees of warming used to be considered the threshold of catastrophe: tens of millions of climate refugees unleashed upon an unprepared world. Now two degrees is our goal, per the Paris climate accords, and experts give us only slim odds of hitting it. The U.N. Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change issues serial reports, often called the “gold standard” of climate research; the most recent one projects us to hit four degrees of warming by the beginning of the next century, should we stay the present course. But that’s just a median projection. The upper end of the probability curve runs as high as eight degrees — and the authors still haven’t figured out how to deal with that permafrost melt. The IPCC reports also don’t fully account for the albedo effect (less ice means less reflected and more absorbed sunlight, hence more warming); more cloud cover (which traps heat); or the dieback of forests and other flora (which extract carbon from the atmosphere). Each of these promises to accelerate warming, and the history of the planet shows that temperature can shift as much as five degrees Celsius within thirteen years. The last time the planet was even four degrees warmer, Peter Brannen points out in The Ends of the World, his new history of the planet’s major extinction events, the oceans were hundreds of feet higher.*

The Earth has experienced five mass extinctions before the one we are living through now, each so complete a slate-wiping of the evolutionary record it functioned as a resetting of the planetary clock, and many climate scientists will tell you they are the best analog for the ecological future we are diving headlong into. Unless you are a teenager, you probably read in your high-school textbooks that these extinctions were the result of asteroids. In fact, all but the one that killed the dinosaurs were caused by climate change produced by greenhouse gas. The most notorious was 252 million years ago; it began when carbon warmed the planet by five degrees, accelerated when that warming triggered the release of methane in the Arctic, and ended with 97 percent of all life on Earth dead. We are currently adding carbon to the atmosphere at a considerably faster rate; by most estimates, at least ten times faster. The rate is accelerating. This is what Stephen Hawking had in mind when he said, this spring, that the species needs to colonize other planets in the next century to survive, and what drove Elon Musk, last month, to unveil his plans to build a Mars habitat in 40 to 100 years. These are nonspecialists, of course, and probably as inclined to irrational panic as you or I. But the many sober-minded scientists I interviewed over the past several months — the most credentialed and tenured in the field, few of them inclined to alarmism and many advisers to the IPCC who nevertheless criticize its conservatism — have quietly reached an apocalyptic conclusion, too: No plausible program of emissions reductions alone can prevent climate disaster.

Over the past few decades, the term “Anthropocene” has climbed out of academic discourse and into the popular imagination — a name given to the geologic era we live in now, and a way to signal that it is a new era, defined on the wall chart of deep history by human intervention. One problem with the term is that it implies a conquest of nature (and even echoes the biblical “dominion”). And however sanguine you might be about the proposition that we have already ravaged the natural world, which we surely have, it is another thing entirely to consider the possibility that we have only provoked it, engineering first in ignorance and then in denial a climate system that will now go to war with us for many centuries, perhaps until it destroys us. That is what Wallace Smith Broecker, the avuncular oceanographer who coined the term “global warming,” means when he calls the planet an “angry beast.” You could also go with “war machine.” Each day we arm it more.

II. Heat Death
The bahraining of New York.

In the sugar­cane region of El Salvador, as much as one-fifth of the population has chronic kidney disease, the presumed result of dehydration from working the fields they were able to comfortably harvest as recently as two decades ago. Photo: Heartless Machine
Humans, like all mammals, are heat engines; surviving means having to continually cool off, like panting dogs. For that, the temperature needs to be low enough for the air to act as a kind of refrigerant, drawing heat off the skin so the engine can keep pumping. At seven degrees of warming, that would become impossible for large portions of the planet’s equatorial band, and especially the tropics, where humidity adds to the problem; in the jungles of Costa Rica, for instance, where humidity routinely tops 90 percent, simply moving around outside when it’s over 105 degrees Fahrenheit would be lethal. And the effect would be fast: Within a few hours, a human body would be cooked to death from both inside and out.

Climate-change skeptics point out that the planet has warmed and cooled many times before, but the climate window that has allowed for human life is very narrow, even by the standards of planetary history. At 11 or 12 degrees of warming, more than half the world’s population, as distributed today, would die of direct heat. Things almost certainly won’t get that hot this century, though models of unabated emissions do bring us that far eventually. This century, and especially in the tropics, the pain points will pinch much more quickly even than an increase of seven degrees. The key factor is something called wet-bulb temperature, which is a term of measurement as home-laboratory-kit as it sounds: the heat registered on a thermometer wrapped in a damp sock as it’s swung around in the air (since the moisture evaporates from a sock more quickly in dry air, this single number reflects both heat and humidity). At present, most regions reach a wet-bulb maximum of 26 or 27 degrees Celsius; the true red line for habitability is 35 degrees. What is called heat stress comes much sooner.

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Actually, we’re about there already. Since 1980, the planet has experienced a 50-fold increase in the number of places experiencing dangerous or extreme heat; a bigger increase is to come. The five warmest summers in Europe since 1500 have all occurred since 2002, and soon, the IPCC warns, simply being outdoors that time of year will be unhealthy for much of the globe. Even if we meet the Paris goals of two degrees warming, cities like Karachi and Kolkata will become close to uninhabitable, annually encountering deadly heat waves like those that crippled them in 2015. At four degrees, the deadly European heat wave of 2003, which killed as many as 2,000 people a day, will be a normal summer. At six, according to an assessment focused only on effects within the U.S. from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, summer labor of any kind would become impossible in the lower Mississippi Valley, and everybody in the country east of the Rockies would be under more heat stress than anyone, anywhere, in the world today. As Joseph Romm has put it in his authoritative primer Climate Change: What Everyone Needs to Know, heat stress in New York City would exceed that of present-day Bahrain, one of the planet’s hottest spots, and the temperature in Bahrain “would induce hyperthermia in even sleeping humans.” The high-end IPCC estimate, remember, is two degrees warmer still. By the end of the century, the World Bank has estimated, the coolest months in tropical South America, Africa, and the Pacific are likely to be warmer than the warmest months at the end of the 20th century. Air-conditioning can help but will ultimately only add to the carbon problem; plus, the climate-controlled malls of the Arab emirates aside, it is not remotely plausible to wholesale air-condition all the hottest parts of the world, many of them also the poorest. And indeed, the crisis will be most dramatic across the Middle East and Persian Gulf, where in 2015 the heat index registered temperatures as high as 163 degrees Fahrenheit. As soon as several decades from now, the hajj will become physically impossible for the 2 million Muslims who make the pilgrimage each year.

It is not just the hajj, and it is not just Mecca; heat is already killing us. In the sugarcane region of El Salvador, as much as one-fifth of the population has chronic kidney disease, including over a quarter of the men, the presumed result of dehydration from working the fields they were able to comfortably harvest as recently as two decades ago. With dialysis, which is expensive, those with kidney failure can expect to live five years; without it, life expectancy is in the weeks. Of course, heat stress promises to pummel us in places other than our kidneys, too. As I type that sentence, in the California desert in mid-June, it is 121 degrees outside my door. It is not a record high.

III. The End of Food
Praying for cornfields in the tundra.

Climates differ and plants vary, but the basic rule for staple cereal crops grown at optimal temperature is that for every degree of warming, yields decline by 10 percent. Some estimates run as high as 15 or even 17 percent. Which means that if the planet is five degrees warmer at the end of the century, we may have as many as 50 percent more people to feed and 50 percent less grain to give them. And proteins are worse: It takes 16 calories of grain to produce just a single calorie of hamburger meat, butchered from a cow that spent its life polluting the climate with methane farts.

Pollyannaish plant physiologists will point out that the cereal-crop math applies only to those regions already at peak growing temperature, and they are right — theoretically, a warmer climate will make it easier to grow corn in Greenland. But as the pathbreaking work by Rosamond Naylor and David Battisti has shown, the tropics are already too hot to efficiently grow grain, and those places where grain is produced today are already at optimal growing temperature — which means even a small warming will push them down the slope of declining productivity. And you can’t easily move croplands north a few hundred miles, because yields in places like remote Canada and Russia are limited by the quality of soil there; it takes many centuries for the planet to produce optimally fertile dirt.

Drought might be an even bigger problem than heat, with some of the world’s most arable land turning quickly to desert. Precipitation is notoriously hard to model, yet predictions for later this century are basically unanimous: unprecedented droughts nearly everywhere food is today produced. By 2080, without dramatic reductions in emissions, southern Europe will be in permanent extreme drought, much worse than the American dust bowl ever was. The same will be true in Iraq and Syria and much of the rest of the Middle East; some of the most densely populated parts of Australia, Africa, and South America; and the breadbasket regions of China. None of these places, which today supply much of the world’s food, will be reliable sources of any. As for the original dust bowl: The droughts in the American plains and Southwest would not just be worse than in the 1930s, a 2015 NASA study predicted, but worse than any droughts in a thousand years — and that includes those that struck between 1100 and 1300, which “dried up all the rivers East of the Sierra Nevada mountains” and may have been responsible for the death of the Anasazi civilization.

Remember, we do not live in a world without hunger as it is. Far from it: Most estimates put the number of undernourished at 800 million globally. In case you haven’t heard, this spring has already brought an unprecedented quadruple famine to Africa and the Middle East; the U.N. has warned that separate starvation events in Somalia, South Sudan, Nigeria, and Yemen could kill 20 million this year alone.

IV. Climate Plagues
What happens when the bubonic ice melts?

Rock, in the right spot, is a record of planetary history, eras as long as millions of years flattened by the forces of geological time into strata with amplitudes of just inches, or just an inch, or even less. Ice works that way, too, as a climate ledger, but it is also frozen history, some of which can be reanimated when unfrozen. There are now, trapped in Arctic ice, diseases that have not circulated in the air for millions of years — in some cases, since before humans were around to encounter them. Which means our immune systems would have no idea how to fight back when those prehistoric plagues emerge from the ice.

The Arctic also stores terrifying bugs from more recent times. In Alaska, already, researchers have discovered remnants of the 1918 flu that infected as many as 500 million and killed as many as 100 million — about 5 percent of the world’s population and almost six times as many as had died in the world war for which the pandemic served as a kind of gruesome capstone. As the BBC reported in May, scientists suspect smallpox and the bubonic plague are trapped in Siberian ice, too — an abridged history of devastating human sickness, left out like egg salad in the Arctic sun.

Experts caution that many of these organisms won’t actually survive the thaw and point to the fastidious lab conditions under which they have already reanimated several of them — the 32,000-year-old “extremophile” bacteria revived in 2005, an 8 million-year-old bug brought back to life in 2007, the 3.5 million–year–old one a Russian scientist self-injected just out of curiosity — to suggest that those are necessary conditions for the return of such ancient plagues. But already last year, a boy was killed and 20 others infected by anthrax released when retreating permafrost exposed the frozen carcass of a reindeer killed by the bacteria at least 75 years earlier; 2,000 present-day reindeer were infected, too, carrying and spreading the disease beyond the tundra.

What concerns epidemiologists more than ancient diseases are existing scourges relocated, rewired, or even re-evolved by warming. The first effect is geographical. Before the early-modern period, when adventuring sailboats accelerated the mixing of peoples and their bugs, human provinciality was a guard against pandemic. Today, even with globalization and the enormous intermingling of human populations, our ecosystems are mostly stable, and this functions as another limit, but global warming will scramble those ecosystems and help disease trespass those limits as surely as Cortés did. You don’t worry much about dengue or malaria if you are living in Maine or France. But as the tropics creep northward and mosquitoes migrate with them, you will. You didn’t much worry about Zika a couple of years ago, either.

As it happens, Zika may also be a good model of the second worrying effect — disease mutation. One reason you hadn’t heard about Zika until recently is that it had been trapped in Uganda; another is that it did not, until recently, appear to cause birth defects. Scientists still don’t entirely understand what happened, or what they missed. But there are things we do know for sure about how climate affects some diseases: Malaria, for instance, thrives in hotter regions not just because the mosquitoes that carry it do, too, but because for every degree increase in temperature, the parasite reproduces ten times faster. Which is one reason that the World Bank estimates that by 2050, 5.2 billion people will be reckoning with it.

V. Unbreathable Air
A rolling death smog that suffocates millions.


By the end of the century, the coolest months in tropical South America, Africa, and the Pacific are likely to be warmer than the warmest months at the end of the 20th century. Photo: Heartless Machine
Our lungs need oxygen, but that is only a fraction of what we breathe. The fraction of carbon dioxide is growing: It just crossed 400 parts per million, and high-end estimates extrapolating from current trends suggest it will hit 1,000 ppm by 2100. At that concentration, compared to the air we breathe now, human cognitive ability declines by 21 percent.

Other stuff in the hotter air is even scarier, with small increases in pollution capable of shortening life spans by ten years. The warmer the planet gets, the more ozone forms, and by mid-century, Americans will likely suffer a 70 percent increase in unhealthy ozone smog, the National Center for Atmospheric Research has projected. By 2090, as many as 2 billion people globally will be breathing air above the WHO “safe” level; one paper last month showed that, among other effects, a pregnant mother’s exposure to ozone raises the child’s risk of autism (as much as tenfold, combined with other environmental factors). Which does make you think again about the autism epidemic in West Hollywood.

Already, more than 10,000 people die each day from the small particles emitted from fossil-fuel burning; each year, 339,000 people die from wildfire smoke, in part because climate change has extended forest-fire season (in the U.S., it’s increased by 78 days since 1970). By 2050, according to the U.S. Forest Service, wildfires will be twice as destructive as they are today; in some places, the area burned could grow fivefold. What worries people even more is the effect that would have on emissions, especially when the fires ravage forests arising out of peat. Peatland fires in Indonesia in 1997, for instance, added to the global CO2 release by up to 40 percent, and more burning only means more warming only means more burning. There is also the terrifying possibility that rain forests like the Amazon, which in 2010 suffered its second “hundred-year drought” in the space of five years, could dry out enough to become vulnerable to these kinds of devastating, rolling forest fires — which would not only expel enormous amounts of carbon into the atmosphere but also shrink the size of the forest. That is especially bad because the Amazon alone provides 20 percent of our oxygen.

Then there are the more familiar forms of pollution. In 2013, melting Arctic ice remodeled Asian weather patterns, depriving industrial China of the natural ventilation systems it had come to depend on, which blanketed much of the country’s north in an unbreathable smog. Literally unbreathable. A metric called the Air Quality Index categorizes the risks and tops out at the 301-to-500 range, warning of “serious aggravation of heart or lung disease and premature mortality in persons with cardiopulmonary disease and the elderly” and, for all others, “serious risk of respiratory effects”; at that level, “everyone should avoid all outdoor exertion.” The Chinese “airpocalypse” of 2013 peaked at what would have been an Air Quality Index of over 800. That year, smog was responsible for a third of all deaths in the country.

VI. Perpetual War
The violence baked into heat.

Climatologists are very careful when talking about Syria. They want you to know that while climate change did produce a drought that contributed to civil war, it is not exactly fair to saythat the conflict is the result of warming; next door, for instance, Lebanon suffered the same crop failures. But researchers like Marshall Burke and Solomon Hsiang have managed to quantify some of the non-obvious relationships between temperature and violence: For every half-degree of warming, they say, societies will see between a 10 and 20 percent increase in the likelihood of armed conflict. In climate science, nothing is simple, but the arithmetic is harrowing: A planet five degrees warmer would have at least half again as many wars as we do today. Overall, social conflict could more than double this century.

This is one reason that, as nearly every climate scientist I spoke to pointed out, the U.S. military is obsessed with climate change: The drowning of all American Navy bases by sea-level rise is trouble enough, but being the world’s policeman is quite a bit harder when the crime rate doubles. Of course, it’s not just Syria where climate has contributed to conflict. Some speculate that the elevated level of strife across the Middle East over the past generation reflects the pressures of global warming — a hypothesis all the more cruel considering that warming began accelerating when the industrialized world extracted and then burned the region’s oil.

What accounts for the relationship between climate and conflict? Some of it comes down to agriculture and economics; a lot has to do with forced migration, already at a record high, with at least 65 million displaced people wandering the planet right now. But there is also the simple fact of individual irritability. Heat increases municipal crime rates, and swearing on social media, and the likelihood that a major-league pitcher, coming to the mound after his teammate has been hit by a pitch, will hit an opposing batter in retaliation. And the arrival of air-conditioning in the developed world, in the middle of the past century, did little to solve the problem of the summer crime wave.

VII. Permanent Economic Collapse
Dismal capitalism in a half-poorer world.

The murmuring mantra of global neoliberalism, which prevailed between the end of the Cold War and the onset of the Great Recession, is that economic growth would save us from anything and everything.
But in the aftermath of the 2008 crash, a growing number of historians studying what they call “fossil capitalism” have begun to suggest that the entire history of swift economic growth, which began somewhat suddenly in the 18th century, is not the result of innovation or trade or the dynamics of global capitalism but simply our discovery of fossil fuels and all their raw power — a onetime injection of new “value” into a system that had previously been characterized by global subsistence living. Before fossil fuels, nobody lived better than their parents or grandparents or ancestors from 500 years before, except in the immediate aftermath of a great plague like the Black Death, which allowed the lucky survivors to gobble up the resources liberated by mass graves. After we’ve burned all the fossil fuels, these scholars suggest, perhaps we will return to a “steady state” global economy. Of course, that onetime injection has a devastating long-term cost: climate change.

The most exciting research on the economics of warming has also come from Hsiang and his colleagues, who are not historians of fossil capitalism but who offer some very bleak analysis of their own: Every degree Celsius of warming costs, on average, 1.2 percent of GDP (an enormous number, considering we count growth in the low single digits as “strong”). This is the sterling work in the field, and their median projection is for a 23 percent loss in per capita earning globally by the end of this century (resulting from changes in agriculture, crime, storms, energy, mortality, and labor).
Tracing the shape of the probability curve is even scarier: There is a 12 percent chance that climate change will reduce global output by more than 50 percent by 2100, they say, and a 51 percent chance that it lowers per capita GDP by 20 percent or more by then, unless emissions decline. By comparison, the Great Recession lowered global GDP by about 6 percent, in a onetime shock; Hsiang and his colleagues estimate a one-in-eight chance of an ongoing and irreversible effect by the end of the century that is eight times worse.

The scale of that economic devastation is hard to comprehend, but you can start by imagining what the world would look like today with an economy half as big, which would produce only half as much value, generating only half as much to offer the workers of the world. It makes the grounding of flights out of heat-stricken Phoenix last month seem like pathetically small economic potatoes. And, among other things, it makes the idea of postponing government action on reducing emissions and relying solely on growth and technology to solve the problem an absurd business calculation.
Every round-trip ticket on flights from New York to London, keep in mind, costs the Arctic three more square meters of ice.

VIII. Poisoned Oceans
Sulfide burps off the skeleton coast.

That the sea will become a killer is a given. Barring a radical reduction of emissions, we will see at least four feet of sea-level rise and possibly ten by the end of the century. A third of the world’s major cities are on the coast, not to mention its power plants, ports, navy bases, farmlands, fisheries, river deltas, marshlands, and rice-paddy empires, and even those above ten feet will flood much more easily, and much more regularly, if the water gets that high. At least 600 million people live within ten meters of sea level today.

But the drowning of those homelands is just the start. At present, more than a third of the world’s carbon is sucked up by the oceans — thank God, or else we’d have that much more warming already. But the result is what’s called “ocean acidification,” which, on its own, may add a half a degree to warming this century. It is also already burning through the planet’s water basins — you may remember these as the place where life arose in the first place. You have probably heard of “coral bleaching” — that is, coral dying — which is very bad news, because reefs support as much as a quarter of all marine life and supply food for half a billion people. Ocean acidification will fry fish populations directly, too, though scientists aren’t yet sure how to predict the effects on the stuff we haul out of the ocean to eat; they do know that in acid waters, oysters and mussels will struggle to grow their shells, and that when the pH of human blood drops as much as the oceans’ pH has over the past generation, it induces seizures, comas, and sudden death.

That isn’t all that ocean acidification can do. Carbon absorption can initiate a feedback loop in which underoxygenated waters breed different kinds of microbes that turn the water still more “anoxic,” first in deep ocean “dead zones,” then gradually up toward the surface. There, the small fish die out, unable to breathe, which means oxygen-eating bacteria thrive, and the feedback loop doubles back. This process, in which dead zones grow like cancers, choking off marine life and wiping out fisheries, is already quite advanced in parts of the Gulf of Mexico and just off Namibia, where hydrogen sulfide is bubbling out of the sea along a thousand-mile stretch of land known as the “Skeleton Coast.” The name originally referred to the detritus of the whaling industry, but today it’s more apt than ever. Hydrogen sulfide is so toxic that evolution has trained us to recognize the tiniest, safest traces of it, which is why our noses are so exquisitely skilled at registering flatulence. Hydrogen sulfide is also the thing that finally did us in that time 97 percent of all life on Earth died, once all the feedback loops had been triggered and the circulating jet streams of a warmed ocean ground to a halt — it’s the planet’s preferred gas for a natural holocaust. Gradually, the ocean’s dead zones spread, killing off marine species that had dominated the oceans for hundreds of millions of years, and the gas the inert waters gave off into the atmosphere poisoned everything on land. Plants, too. It was millions of years before the oceans recovered.

IX. The Great Filter
Our present eeriness cannot last.

So why can’t we see it? In his recent book-length essay The Great Derangement, the Indian novelist Amitav Ghosh wonders why global warming and natural disaster haven’t become major subjects of contemporary fiction — why we don’t seem able to imagine climate catastrophe, and why we haven’t yet had a spate of novels in the genre he basically imagines into half-existence and names “the environmental uncanny.” “Consider, for example, the stories that congeal around questions like, ‘Where were you when the Berlin Wall fell?’ or ‘Where were you on 9/11?’ ” he writes. “Will it ever be possible to ask, in the same vein, ‘Where were you at 400 ppm?’ or ‘Where were you when the Larsen B ice shelf broke up?’ ” His answer: Probably not, because the dilemmas and dramas of climate change are simply incompatible with the kinds of stories we tell ourselves about ourselves, especially in novels, which tend to emphasize the journey of an individual conscience rather than the poisonous miasma of social fate.

Surely this blindness will not last — the world we are about to inhabit will not permit it. In a six-degree-warmer world, the Earth’s ecosystem will boil with so many natural disasters that we will just start calling them “weather”: a constant swarm of out-of-control typhoons and tornadoes and floods and droughts, the planet assaulted regularly with climate events that not so long ago destroyed whole civilizations. The strongest hurricanes will come more often, and we’ll have to invent new categories with which to describe them; tornadoes will grow longer and wider and strike much more frequently, and hail rocks will quadruple in size. Humans used to watch the weather to prophesy the future; going forward, we will see in its wrath the vengeance of the past. Early naturalists talked often about “deep time” — the perception they had, contemplating the grandeur of this valley or that rock basin, of the profound slowness of nature. What lies in store for us is more like what the Victorian anthropologists identified as “dreamtime,” or “everywhen”: the semi-mythical experience, described by Aboriginal Australians, of encountering, in the present moment, an out-of-time past, when ancestors, heroes, and demigods crowded an epic stage. You can find it already watching footage of an iceberg collapsing into the sea — a feeling of history happening all at once.

It is. Many people perceive climate change as a sort of moral and economic debt, accumulated since the beginning of the Industrial Revolution and now come due after several centuries — a helpful perspective, in a way, since it is the carbon-burning processes that began in 18th-century England that lit the fuse of everything that followed. But more than half of the carbon humanity has exhaled into the atmosphere in its entire history has been emitted in just the past three decades; since the end of World War II, the figure is 85 percent. Which means that, in the length of a single generation, global warming has brought us to the brink of planetary catastrophe, and that the story of the industrial world’s kamikaze mission is also the story of a single lifetime. My father’s, for instance: born in 1938, among his first memories the news of Pearl Harbor and the mythic Air Force of the propaganda films that followed, films that doubled as advertisements for imperial-American industrial might; and among his last memories the coverage of the desperate signing of the Paris climate accords on cable news, ten weeks before he died of lung cancer last July. Or my mother’s: born in 1945, to German Jews fleeing the smokestacks through which their relatives were incinerated, now enjoying her 72nd year in an American commodity paradise, a paradise supported by the supply chains of an industrialized developing world. She has been smoking for 57 of those years, unfiltered.

Or the scientists’. Some of the men who first identified a changing climate (and given the generation, those who became famous were men) are still alive; a few are even still working. Wally Broecker is 84 years old and drives to work at the Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory across the Hudson every day from the Upper West Side. Like most of those who first raised the alarm, he believes that no amount of emissions reduction alone can meaningfully help avoid disaster. Instead, he puts his faith in carbon capture — untested technology to extract carbon dioxide from the atmosphere, which Broecker estimates will cost at least several trillion dollars — and various forms of “geoengineering,” the catchall name for a variety of moon-shot technologies far-fetched enough that many climate scientists prefer to regard them as dreams, or nightmares, from science fiction. He is especially focused on what’s called the aerosol approach — dispersing so much sulfur dioxide into the atmosphere that when it converts to sulfuric acid, it will cloud a fifth of the horizon and reflect back 2 percent of the sun’s rays, buying the planet at least a little wiggle room, heat-wise. “Of course, that would make our sunsets very red, would bleach the sky, would make more acid rain,” he says. “But you have to look at the magnitude of the problem. You got to watch that you don’t say the giant problem shouldn’t be solved because the solution causes some smaller problems.” He won’t be around to see that, he told me. “But in your lifetime …”

Jim Hansen is another member of this godfather generation. Born in 1941, he became a climatologist at the University of Iowa, developed the groundbreaking “Zero Model” for projecting climate change, and later became the head of climate research at NASA, only to leave under pressure when, while still a federal employee, he filed a lawsuit against the federal government charging inaction on warming (along the way he got arrested a few times for protesting, too). The lawsuit, which is brought by a collective called Our Children’s Trust and is often described as “kids versus climate change,” is built on an appeal to the equal-protection clause, namely, that in failing to take action on warming, the government is violating it by imposing massive costs on future generations; it is scheduled to be heard this winter in Oregon district court. Hansen has recently given up on solving the climate problem with a carbon tax alone, which had been his preferred approach, and has set about calculating the total cost of the additional measure of extracting carbon from the atmosphere.

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Hansen began his career studying Venus, which was once a very Earth-like planet with plenty of life-supporting water before runaway climate change rapidly transformed it into an arid and uninhabitable sphere enveloped in an unbreathable gas; he switched to studying our planet by 30, wondering why he should be squinting across the solar system to explore rapid environmental change when he could see it all around him on the planet he was standing on. “When we wrote our first paper on this, in 1981,” he told me, “I remember saying to one of my co-authors, ‘This is going to be very interesting. Sometime during our careers, we’re going to see these things beginning to happen.’ ”

Several of the scientists I spoke with proposed global warming as the solution to Fermi’s famous paradox, which asks, If the universe is so big, then why haven’t we encountered any other intelligent life in it? The answer, they suggested, is that the natural life span of a civilization may be only several thousand years, and the life span of an industrial civilization perhaps only several hundred. In a universe that is many billions of years old, with star systems separated as much by time as by space, civilizations might emerge and develop and burn themselves up simply too fast to ever find one another. Peter Ward, a charismatic paleontologist among those responsible for discovering that the planet’s mass extinctions were caused by greenhouse gas, calls this the “Great Filter”: “Civilizations rise, but there’s an environmental filter that causes them to die off again and disappear fairly quickly,” he told me. “If you look at planet Earth, the filtering we’ve had in the past has been in these mass extinctions.” The mass extinction we are now living through has only just begun; so much more dying is coming.

And yet, improbably, Ward is an optimist. So are Broecker and Hansen and many of the other scientists I spoke to. We have not developed much of a religion of meaning around climate change that might comfort us, or give us purpose, in the face of possible annihilation. But climate scientists have a strange kind of faith: We will find a way to forestall radical warming, they say, because we must.

It is not easy to know how much to be reassured by that bleak certainty, and how much to wonder whether it is another form of delusion; for global warming to work as parable, of course, someone needs to survive to tell the story. The scientists know that to even meet the Paris goals, by 2050, carbon emissions from energy and industry, which are still rising, will have to fall by half each decade; emissions from land use (deforestation, cow farts, etc.) will have to zero out; and we will need to have invented technologies to extract, annually, twice as much carbon from the atmosphere as the entire planet’s plants now do. Nevertheless, by and large, the scientists have an enormous confidence in the ingenuity of humans — a confidence perhaps bolstered by their appreciation for climate change, which is, after all, a human invention, too. They point to the Apollo project, the hole in the ozone we patched in the 1980s, the passing of the fear of mutually assured destruction. Now we’ve found a way to engineer our own doomsday, and surely we will find a way to engineer our way out of it, one way or another. The planet is not used to being provoked like this, and climate systems designed to give feedback over centuries or millennia prevent us — even those who may be watching closely — from fully imagining the damage done already to the planet. But when we do truly see the world we’ve made, they say, we will also find a way to make it livable. For them, the alternative is simply unimaginable.

*This article appears in the July 10, 2017, issue of New York Magazine.

*This article has been updated to provide context for the recent news reports about revisions to a satellite data set, to more accurately reflect the rate of warming during the Paleocene–Eocene Thermal Maximum, to clarify a reference to Peter Brannen’s The Ends of the World, and to make clear that James Hansen still supports a carbon-tax based approach to emissions.


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Garagem da Rua da Palma despejada até ao fim de Agosto para avançarem obras da mesquita da Mouraria
Samuel Alemão
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6 Agosto, 2018

“Não sei se vou conseguir sair daqui. O prazo que nos estão a dar termina no fim do mês, mas é quase impossível cumpri-lo. Não temos a solução resolvida. Não sei o que vamos fazer da nossa vida”. A voz tranquila de David Carvalho, 53 anos, sentado do outro lado da secretária, no escritório repleto de papelada, não denuncia o grande aperto por que o empresário e a sua família passam por estes dias. O gerente da garagem Almeida Navarro, Lda, firma que ocupa o número 256 da Rua da Palma desde 1917, não sabe ainda como lidar com o que parece a inevitabilidade de uma saída forçada, até 31 de Agosto. Existia uma ordem para abandonar o local até ao fim de Julho, mas foi conseguido o adiamento por um mês.

O prazo imposto pelo senhorio, a Câmara Municipal de Lisboa (CML), para que libertem o velho edifício está relacionado com os planos de demolição do mesmo com o objectivo de levar por diante a construção da polémica obra de construção da Praça da Mouraria e da mesquita que se lhe sobreporá – projecto cujo estudo prévio, da autoria da arquitecta Inês Lobo, foi aprovado por unanimidade em reunião de vereação, a 25 de Janeiro de 2012. Na mesma situação encontram-se, pelos menos, dois comerciantes e a Confederação Portuguesa das Colectividades de Cultura, Recreio e Desporto (CPCCRD). Outro comerciante e um gabinete de contabilidade terão, entretanto, chegado a acordo com a edilidade para abandonar voluntariamente os espaços que ocupavam.

Desde que o projecto foi tornado público, em 2013, era ainda a presidência da autarquia da capital ocupada por António Costa, têm-se feito ouvir as vozes da contestação à Praça e Mesquita da Mouraria. Primeiro, pelo facto de a construção do futuro templo islâmico da comunidade bangladeshi, orçado em cerca de três milhões de euros – incluindo o valor das expropriações – , vir a ser suportada pelos cofres do município. E, mais tarde, a partir do final de  2015, pela oposição de António Barroso, proprietário de dois imóveis situados na Rua do Benformoso – também eles condenados à demolição, tal como outros dois prédios no mesmo arruamento, um municipal e outro de um particular -, descontente com o valor da indemnização que lhe coube. A CML oferecia 530 mil euros, mas Barroso reclamava cerca de 1,9 milhões.

Apesar da sua frontal recusa em resignar-se aos valores propostos, ambos os prédios de António Barroso foram alvo, a 23 de Maio de 2016, da posse administrativa por parte da Câmara de Lisboa, justificando-se tal acto com o “inquestionável interesse público” do projecto que ali se pretende levar por diante – prerrogativa legal legitimada, um mês e meio depois, a 14 de Julho, pelo Tribunal Administrativo do Círculo de Lisboa, que assim declinou os fundamentos de uma providência cautelar então entreposta pelo empresário.

Passados dois anos, porém, o dono dos imóveis continua a dirimir argumentos com a câmara através de via judicial, com processos de cariz administrativo e cível. E a ocupar os prédios dos quais já foi formalmente expropriado. Isto apesar de, desde então, a câmara ter disponibilizado os 613.700 euros estipulados, por tribunal arbitral, como valor justo de indemnização ao inconformado senhorio.

Já após tomar conhecimento dessa decisão, ainda no verão de 2016, a Câmara de Lisboa ainda chegou a fazer uma proposta de compensação financeira a António Barroso, aproximando-se um pouco mais dos montantes pretendidos pelo proprietário expropriado: oferecia então 953.800 euros, dos quais haveria ainda que deduzir 90.700 euros de indemnizações para os inquilinos. O valor foi, todavia, recusado pelo empresário, por o considerar ainda escasso, face ao investimento por si feito ao longo dos anos e ao valor de mercado dos imóveis, naquele momento.

Uma avaliação solicitada, naquela altura, a uma instituição bancária, garantia o senhorio a O Corvo, havia estimado um imóvel em 170 mil euros e o outro num montante ligeiramente superior a 900 mil euros. As razões para o descontentamento mantinham-se, dessa forma, inalteradas. Por isso, em paralelo à contestação do processo administrativo de declaração da utilidade pública invocada na expropriação, António Barroso apresentou também uma queixa judicial cível visando impugnar a decisão da Câmara de Lisboa. Ambos os processos mantêm o seu curso.

Do outro lado quarteirão que a autarquia quer deitar abaixo, para construir uma praça e a Mesquita da Mouraria, entre os números 248 e 262 da Rua da Palma, prevalece também a indefinição. Apesar de, nesse caso, a Câmara de Lisboa ser a senhoria, também ali há que realizar o processo de expropriação – com a respectiva compensação financeira – dos inquilinos da designada “Parcela Nº1” deste processo urbanístico. E se, em teoria, tal se assemelharia mais fácil de conseguir do que no caso da Rua do Benformoso – onde, além de António Barroso, houve que indemnizar um outro particular -, na realidade, o processo tem-se revelado de difícil prossecução. Até porque alguns dos inquilinos se queixam de uma alegada postura pouco dialogante por parte do município.

A começar pela Garagem Almeida Navarro, Lda, da qual David Carvalho e a família dependem para sobreviver. “Da parte da Câmara de Lisboa, temo-nos deparado com uma atitude de quero, posso e mando e que não parece ter abertura para mudar e perceber a nossa situação. Onde é que, neste momento, com a indemnização que nos querem dar, vou conseguir encontrar uma garagem como esta?”, questiona, apontando para o recinto com cerca de 1200 metros quadrados, repleto de automóveis. São à volta de sete dezenas e ocupam quase toda a superfície, garantindo um lugar de estacionamento a muitos particulares e empresas da zona. “Muita gente aqui à volta não tem alternativa de parqueamento”, assegura David, que assegura nem sequer saber qual o tarifário do parque subterrâneo do Martim do Moniz, situado a poucas dezenas de metros. Mas tem ideia que é bem mais caro.

Uma situação que se deverá agravar, diz, se se concretizar o encerramento deste negócio, do qual a sua família tomou conta em 1992, depois de o progenitor, Armando Carvalho, regressar de terras brasileiras, onde David nasceu. “O meu pai, de 87 anos, está em casa, doente com isto tudo. Ele investiu todo o dinheiro de uma vida de trabalho lá no Brasil e agora acontece uma coisa destas. Uma pessoa fica doente com isto tudo”, desabafa o empresário garagista, sem, contudo, revelar a diferença financeira que impede o acordo com a Câmara de Lisboa. “Neste momento, não é oportuno”, diz. “Durante anos e anos, quem realizou obras de manutenção da garagem, quem aqui investiu, fomos nós. Agora, querem tirar-nos daqui para fora desta forma. A gente precisa desta espaço para trabalhar. Se isto acaba, o que é que vou fazer, com esta idade?”, interroga-se.

Também Rui Xia, empresário luso-chinês do ramo da bijuteria, diz não compreender o que considera ser “uma atitude estranha” neste processo por parte da autarquia da capital. Ocupa desde há cinco anos a loja do número 262 da Rua da Palma e queixa-se que, desde que foi notificado da necessidade de abandonar a fracção, em Janeiro de 2017, “nunca mais a câmara disse nada, não dão uma resposta concreta”. O empresário assegura que o espaço é imprescindível para a sua actividade comercial, pois “nesta zona da cidade já não se encontram lugares como este”, sobrando como alternativa a deslocação para a periferia, o que afectaria de forma substancial o negócio.

“Fizemos obras na loja, várias vezes, e agora até queríamos realizar melhorias que iam deixar o espaço mais bonito, mas não podemos”, lamenta Rui Xia, que diz pagara de renda “mais ou menos 300 euros”. Agora, e apesar de ainda ter a mercadoria dentro da loja, será forçado a encontrar novo local. “Isto é muito complicado”, desabafa. Uma outra comerciante chinesa, ocupante da loja 254A da Rua da Palma, estará a passar por uma situação idêntica, mas escusou-se a prestar declarações a O Corvo.

De igual modo, também os responsáveis pela direcção da Confederação Portuguesa das Colectividades de Cultura, Recreio e Desporto (CPCCRD) declinaram comentar a O Corvo a situação actual do processo de expropriação em curso.

O Corvo questionou a Câmara Municipal de Lisboa, a 31 de Julho, sobre o estado do projecto da praça e da Mesquita da Mouraria, mas não obteve resposta às perguntas enviadas, até ao momento da publicação deste artigo.


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DHAKA – A special tribunal on Wednesday accepted murder and other charges against eight suspected Islamic militants in a grisly attack on a restaurant two years ago in Bangladesh’s capital. Twenty hostages, including 17 people from Japan, Italy and India, were killed when five militants attacked the Holey Artisan Bakery in 2016. The militants were […]

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Cảnh sát Đức nắm đủ chứng cớ vụ bắt cóc Trịnh Xuân Thanh

Slovakia dính líu vào vụ bắt cóc một người Việt ở Đức. Trịnh Xuân Thanh rời châu Âu trong chiếc máy bay của bộ Nội Vụ Slovakia tựa của Le Monde. Nhật báo độc lập mô tả vụ việc này như một tiểu thuyết gián điệp với những nhân vật có thật như (cựu) bộ trưởng Nội Vụ Robert Kalinak, bộ trưởng Công An Tô Lâm, cố vấn thủ tướng Slovakia Lê Hồng Quang và Trịnh Xuân Thanh, một cán bộ cao cấp của đảng Cộng Sản Việt Nam bị thất sủng.

Theo các nhà điều tra Đức, nhờ vào sự giúp đỡ - tự nguyện hay không - của chính quyền Slovakia hồi tháng 07 năm 2017 mà mật vụ Việt Nam đã bắt cóc thành công nhân vật này lúc đó đang tị nạn tại Berlin. Hai tuần sau, Trịnh Xuân Thanh xuất hiện tại Việt Nam và sau đó, lãnh bản án chung thân với tội danh tham nhũng.

Tuy nhiên, cảnh sát Đức không tin vào luận điểm của Hà Nội, theo đó Trịnh Xuân Thanh « tự ý về Việt Nam để được xét xử ». Trong bản báo cáo, cảnh sát Đức ghi rõ « ông Thanh bị cưỡng chế rời không gian Schengen trên một chiếc phi cơ của chính phủ Slovakia ». Ba ngày sau khi mật vụ Việt Nam bắt cóc Trịnh Xuân Thanh ở Berlin, văn phòng bộ Nội Vụ Slovakia chấp thuận một yêu cầu của bộ trưởng Công An Việt Nam Tô Lâm.

Thông tin này, có dính líu đến cựu bộ trưởng Nội Vụ Robert Kalinak, do báo chí Đức loan tải, đã làm Slovakia, quốc gia thành viên của Liên Hiệp Châu Âu từ năm 2004, chới với, kinh ngạc. Bởi vì tai tiếng này xảy ra chỉ 5 tháng sau vụ phóng viên điều tra tham nhũng Jan Kuciak bị bắn chết. Nhà báo Jan Kuciak bị giết trong khi điều tra những mối quan hệ giữa xã hội đen và chính phủ liên minh dân túy cánh tả và cực hữu.

Trước sức ép của công luận qua các cuộc xuống đường trên khắp nước lên án đích danh, bộ trưởng Nội Vụ Robert Kalinak phải từ chức vào ngày 12/03/2018.

Tô Lâm xin Slovakia giúp máy bay ?

Trở lại vụ Trịnh Xuân Thanh vào thời điểm tháng 07 năm 2017, theo lời giải thích của ông Robert Kalinak thì ông được « ông Tô Lâm cho biết đang ở Praha chờ máy bay về Việt Nam nhưng chuyến bay bị hủy nên cần giúp đỡ máy bay để về gấp ». Thế là bộ Nội Vụ Slovakia cấp ngay cho ông Tô Lâm một chiếc phi cơ của bộ, bay đến Praha đón nhóm người Việt rồi bay về Bratislava thủ đô của Slovakia. Sau một cuộc tiếp xúc ngắn giữa Robert Kalinak và đồng nhiệm Tô Lâm tại một khách sạn, chiếc máy bay nói trên cất cánh bay sang Matxcơva. Đó là lời giải thích của cựu bộ trưởng Nội Vụ Slovakia.

Thế nhưng, báo chí Slovakia được một nhân chứng, sĩ quan cảnh sát Slovakia có nhiệm vụ bảo vệ an ninh cho đoàn Việt Nam. Viên cảnh sát này cho biết nhận được lệnh từ vụ trưởng vụ Lễ Tân của bộ Nội Vụ cho một người đàn ông độ 40 tuổi, bước chân loạng choạng, có hai người kèm hai bên, lên xe từ bãi đậu xe của bộ Nội Vụ chở ra phi trường Bratislava, lên máy bay đậu sẵn chở phái đoàn Việt Nam sang Matxcơva.

Thám tử điều tra của Đức gần như chắc chắn người đàn ông này là Trịnh Xuân Thanh, bị đánh ma túy nửa tỉnh nửa mê. Hai người đi kèm dìu hai bên là mật vụ Việt Nam. Chiếc xe « van » của toán đặc nhiệm Việt Nam đậu trước khách sạn Bôrik vào lúc Robert Kalinak và Tô Lâm gặp nhau đã được dữ liệu định vị GPS xác nhận. Chiếc xe này mang biển số Cộng Hoà Séc, trước đó được phát hiện ở Đức và ở nơi xảy ra vụ bắt cóc.

Một chi tiết khác, Lê Hồng Quang, một doanh nhân Việt mang quốc tịch Slovakia, cố vấn thủ tướng thời đó là Robert Fico, cũng có mặt trong chuyến bay từ Praha về Bratislava cùng với bộ trưởng Công An Việt Nam Tô Lâm. Lê Hồng Quang khi đó đang là đại biện ngoại giao sứ quán Slovakia tại Hà Nội.

Ẩn số

Câu hỏi đặt ra là vì sao vào thời điểm diễn ra vụ bắt cóc, bộ trưởng Robert Kalinak không chút thận trọng trước yêu cầu xin máy bay « trên trời rơi xuống » của đồng nhiệm Tô Lâm ?
Chính phủ Đức đã thông báo cho tất cả các nước thành viên trong không gian Schengen, trong đó có Slovakia, vụ Trịnh Xuân Thanh bị bắt cóc. Đã thế, chuyến thăm của Tô Lâm được tổ chức vào giờ chót, ba người đi hạng doanh nhân, một người đi hạng phổ thông vì hết chỗ. Bốn vé máy bay của phái đoàn được đặt mua vào ngày hôm trước ở Cộng hoà Séc, theo báo Dennik N.

Cứu danh dự Slovakia

Tổng thống Andrej Kiska, độc lập, cố gắng làm trong sạch hóa chế độ, yêu cầu điều tra đến nơi đến chốn và thúc giục đương kim bộ trưởng Nội Vụ từ chức vì bà này bị nghi ngờ cản trở điều tra để bao che cho người tiền nhiệm. Tai tiếng vụ Trịnh Xuân Thanh làm cho tổng thống Kiska lo âu cho danh tiếng của Slovakia trên trường ngoại giao châu Âu.

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Trung Quốc gì cũng mua để phục hồi sinh lý : Sau tê giác đến da lừa
"Da lừa của Kenya giao cho yêu tinh Trung Quốc", đó là tựa bài phóng sự của Le Monde kèm theo bài xã luận tố cáo Bắc Kinh hủy diệt sinh thái châu Phi.

Sau khi sát hại gần hết giống lừa tại Hoa lục, từ 11 triệu con xuống còn 5 triệu, Trung Quốc tấn công vào Kenya. Quốc gia này là nước cuối cùng tại châu Phi còn bán da lừa cho Bắc Kinh mà hệ quả là chỉ trong vòng 8 năm, động vật kéo xe của dân nghèo đã giảm 50% từ 1,8 triệu xuống 900 ngàn. Trung Quốc mua da lừa để cà thành bột trị bệnh thiếu máu và tăng cường sinh lực tình dục.

Thấy đoàn động vật của mình sắp bị diệt chủng, nhiều nước châu Phi như Niger,Burkina Faso và Botswana cấm xuất khẩu sang Trung Quốc. Theo Le Monde, trong thế cờ kinh tế và đại chính trị, vụ da lừa chỉ là một chuyện nhỏ mà nạn nhân là loài gia súc bị hy sinh làm thần dược nhưng trên thực tế cho thấy châu Phi đã thành « vùng đất hứa » : "Trung Quốc khai thác tài nguyên thiên nhiên, dầu hỏa, uranium, kim loại tối cần để phát triển kinh tế mà còn biến châu lục đen này thành thị trường tiêu thụ hàng biến chế của Trung Quốc. Trong vòng không đầy 20 năm, trao đổi thương mại giữa Trung Quốc và châu Phi đã từ 10 tỷ đôla lên 200 tỷ".

Trước những mối lợi trước mắt, liệu Kenya có đủ sức khước từ để bảo vệ đoàn gia súc của mình hay không ? Từ hai thập niên nay, Trung Quốc là thị trường số một tiêu thụ ngà voi châu Phi cho dù từ 1989, cộng đồng quốc tế ngăn cấm. Đến năm 2015, Tập Cận Bình, cảm thấy cần phải đánh bóng thể diện quốc gia, đã ra lệnh cấm bán ngà voi. Thế nhưng lừa thì sao ?

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Iran dưới sức ép củaDonald Trump
Trong bài xã luận « đánh cược Ba Tư », Le Figaro đặt câu hỏi « liệu trừng phạt có làm chế độ lung lay hay không ? ». Theo nhật báo cánh hữu, khác với Bắc Triều Tiên khép kín, Iran là một cường quốc cấp vùng, có quan hệ khắp Trung Cận đông do vậy ván cờ áp lực của Donald Trump có nhiều rủi ro. Tuy nhiên, không ai rõ là tổng thống thứ 45 của Mỹ tính gì. Ông đe dọa rồi lại mở cánh cửa đối thoại khi lệnh trừng phạt có hiệu lực. Điều rõ ràng duy nhất là Donald Trump nhắc nhở thế giới ai là « chủ nhân » và đẩy châu Âu vào thế phản đối vô vọng. Còn theo đặc phái viên ở Teheran, Iran đang « sắp chết ngạt ». Một trường hợp cụ thể là dưới sức ép của Mỹ, các ngân hàng nước ngoài từ chối tài trợ nhập khẩu, ngân hàng trung ương không có tiền mặt. Đồng tiền mất giá làm một doanh nhân bị lỗ 2 triệu đôla sau khi bán ra 200 thùng hàng mới nhập từ châu Á.

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Châu Âu trả đũa yếu ớt
Tin bi quan thứ nhất tràn ngập báo chí Pháp là nhập siêu tăng kinh khủng : 33 tỷ euro trong sáu tháng đầu năm.

Tin bi quan thứ hai là trước lệnh trừng phạt Iran của Mỹ, Bruxelles gần như vô kế khả thi để bảo vệ doanh nghiệp châu Âu.

Iran : Liên Hiệp Châu Âu cố gắng chận lệnh trừng phạt của Mỹ, La Croix loan tin nhưng không mấy tin tưởng với tiểu tựa : Giới doanh nghiệp hoài nghi hiệu năng của luật châu Âu.
Les Echos cũng đưa tựa : Trả đũa yếu xìu của Bruxelles. Tại sao ? Bởi vì « luật ngăn chận trừng phạt » ban hành năm 1996 chưa bao giờ được sử dụng. Nguyên tắc là bảo vệ các công ty châu Âu bị Mỹ trừng phạt nhưng lại có điều khoản trừng phạt công ty tuân thủ lệnh cấm vận.

Về thời sự châu Á, Le Monde trở lại số phận của sắc tộc Rohingya - Miến Điện. Trong số hơn nửa triệu người tị nạn tại Bangladesh, có thể 100 ngàn người sẽ bị đưa ra một hải đảo trong vịnh Bengal. Tuy nhiên, Liên Hiệp Quốc kêu gọi Dacca suy xét lại bởi vì đây là nơi thường xuyên bị lũ lụt.

Trung Đông, ngoài Iran, vụ ám sát tiến sĩ vật lý người Syria tên Aziz Asber được Le Monde chú ý. Nhà khoa học này ít được biết đến nhưng là cột trụ của chương trình vũ khí chiến lược của Damas. Một nhóm thánh chiến tự nhận là thủ phạm gài mìn ám sát tối thứ Bảy nhưng theo Le Monde « đây là lần đầu tiên một chuyên gia vũ khí Syria bị thanh toán theo cách thức gần giống như chiến thuật của tình báo Israel ». Trái lại, đối lập Syria cho rằng giám đốc cơ quan nghiên cứu khoa học Syria bị chế độ thanh toán.

Các tài liệu mật của Pháp cho rằng chính cơ quan nghiên cứu khoa học này đóng vai trò then chốt trong việc chế tạo vũ khí hóa học mà quân đội Syria sử dụng tấn công đối lập võ trang và thường dân trong những vùng do đối lập kiểm sóat.

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Châu chấu đá xe Monsanto
Liberation giới thiệu chân dung của một người Mỹ da đen, thợ làm vườn, đang làm rung chuyển tập đoàn hóa chất Mỹ Monsanto. Dewayne Johnson, 46 tuổi, bị ung thư sau ba năm sử dụng thuốc diệt cỏ, kiện tập đoàn hóa chất ra toà. Sau một tháng xét xử, toà án Caliornia sắp công bố phán quyết. Luật sư Brent Wisner của nguyên đơn có lập luận vững như bê tông :" tập đoàn hóa chất này chống lại khoa học và chỉ lưu tâm đến lợi nhuận kinh tế mà thôi". Luật sư cho biết là Monsanto có trong tay 3,1 tỷ đôla tiền mặt. Do vậy, ông sẽ hỏi thẩm phán « làm cách nào để trừng phạt một tập đoàn có nhiều tiền như thế ? Phạt bao nhiêu thì tập đoàn giàu có như thế xem là không đáng kể ? » Vị luật sư này cho biết tại Mỹ hiện có 4000 đơn kiện đang được thụ lý.








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Quelques semaines après l'assassinat d'un éditeur bangladais, Shahzahan Bachchu, l'Alliance internationale des éditeurs indépendants (AIEI) s'inquiète du sort d'un photographe et militant des droits de l'homme, Shahidul Alam. Collaborateur régulier de l'Alliance, Shahidul Alam est actuellement détenu par les autorités du Bangladesh.


Shahidul Alam

 
Nous reproduisons ci-dessous le communiqué de l'AIEI.
 

L’Alliance internationale des éditeurs indépendants (AIEI), réseau de 553 éditeurs indépendants dans le monde, exprime sa consternation et son désarroi suite à l’enlèvement et à la détention du photographe et militant des droits de l’homme Shahidul Alam, à Dhaka. 

 

Shahidul Alam a été un partenaire de l'Alliance, nous donnant ainsi l’occasion de le rencontrer et de collaborer avec lui à plusieurs reprises. 

 

Nous pensons que les accusations portées contre lui en vertu de l’article « 57 des TIC » sont une tentative d’intimidation, usant d’une loi draconienne pour étouffer son droit à la liberté d’expression. Shahidul Alam a été détenu sans procédure légale ; nous avons par ailleurs reçu des informations inquiétantes faisant état de traitements brutaux infligés à un détenu. 

 

Bangladesh : le gouvernement doit garantir
la sécurité des éditeurs et auteurs

 

Le droit de manifester pacifiquement et la défense de ce droit sont fondamentaux pour la démocratie. L'Alliance exprime sa complète solidarité avec Shahidul Alam et réitère ici son engagement en faveur de la liberté d'expression au Bangladesh, et dans le reste du monde.


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Shahidul Alam, Bangladesh’s best-known photojournalist, was arrested after posting Facebook video in which he appeared to criticize the government’s handling of recent student-led protests.
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          Pope Francis Addresses Rohingya Refugees By Name In Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: When Pope Francis was in Myanmar earlier this week, he did not talk about the Rohingya, and that disappointed many people who hoped he would condemn Myanmar's persecution of this Muslim minority. Today in Bangladesh, it was a different story. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports on an emotional meeting between Francis and a group of Rohingya refugees. SYLVIA POGGIOLI, BYLINE: At the end of today's interfaith meeting in the garden of the archbishop's residence in Dhaka, Pope Francis met with a group of 12 men, two women and two young girls. The Rohingya Muslims had travelled from southern Bangladesh near the border with Myanmar, where they are sheltering in camps overflowing with some 620,000 refugees. One by one, the Rohingyas approached the pope. The women lifted their face veils to be able to speak and stretched out their hands for Francis to hold. The pope was somber as he held the hands of each one. And he listened intently as
          In Bangladesh Visit, Pope Francis Again Does Not Mention Rohingya      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit DAVID GREENE, HOST: Pope Francis visited Bangladesh today. And in a meeting with dignitaries, he called for them to care for the plight of refugees. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) POPE FRANCIS: (Speaking Italian). GREENE: The pope's speaking Italian there, and he mentioned Rakhine state. That is an area of Myanmar where many Rohingya Muslims are from. But it is important to note the pope did not mention the name Rohingya. This was the decision he made today in Bangladesh and also the decision he made in Myanmar. And that has garnered a lot of criticism for those who view the plight of the Rohingya a massive abuse of human rights. I want to turn now to NPR's Sylvia Poggioli, who is traveling with the pope. She's on the line from Bangladesh. Hi, Sylvia. SYLVIA POGGIOLI, BYLINE: Hi, David. GREENE: Was this omission a big deal? POGGIOLI: Well, I think it simply follows what he was saying in Myanmar. There, he was heeding the advice of the local
          Pope Francis To Visit Myanmar And Bangladesh Amid Rohingya Crisis      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Pope Francis leaves Sunday for a weeklong trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh. Bangladesh is mostly Muslim, Myanmar predominantly Buddhist, and its military's brutal attacks on a Muslim minority called the Rohingya have led to accusations of ethnic cleansing. As NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, the pope will face a difficult balancing act in both places. SYLVIA POGGIOLI, BYLINE: Pope Francis often speaks forcefully on behalf of migrants across the world who are exploited or expelled. In February, he singled out those being driven from Myanmar. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) POPE POPE FRANCIS: (Through interpreter) Our Rohingya brothers and sisters wander from one place to another because they are not wanted. They are good, peaceful. They are not Christians. They are suffering for years, tortured and killed simply for their Muslim faith. POGGIOLI: Since August, an estimated 600,000 Rohingya had fled Myanmar military attacks into
           Global rights group slams Bangladesh government for attacks      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
A global human rights group has accused authorities in Bangladesh of using abusive measures in handling a student-led protest calling for safer roads
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'The loose use of words like foreigner or Bangladeshis obscures the fact that the post-Partition migration to Assam has been of both Hindus and Muslims.'
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The government in Dhaka says political rivals are stirring up trouble ahead of an election expected later this year.
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The government in Dhaka says political rivals are stirring up trouble ahead of an election expected later this year.
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          Bangladesh says Myanmar isn't tackling Rohingya concerns      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Bangladesh says Myanmar isn't tackling Rohingya concernsUNITED NATIONS (AP) — Bangladesh is accusing Myanmar of failing to tackle the concerns of over 1 million Rohingya Muslims who fled the country and is urging the U.N. Security Council to take action to ensure their safe return home.



          What is driving public anger in Bangladesh?      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The government in Dhaka says political rivals are stirring up trouble ahead of an election expected later this year.

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          Wolves fall short in high-scoring encounter against Bangladesh A      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
The Ireland Wolves fell to an 85-run defeat against Bangladesh A, despite a century from skipper Andrew Balbirnie and a half-century from Simi Singh. Bangladesh A lead the series 2-1 with one match to go.
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          CPD Working Paper 116 – Alternative Approaches to Full Employment in Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

The slow growth of employment in the modern manufacturing sector has raised scepticism on how far, and how quickly, Bangladesh economy could productively absorb its large pool of surplus labour, and attain full employment.

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          Intensified Crackdown in Zimbabwe      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Crackdown in Zimbabwe; a slap on the wrist for peacekeepers who killed civilians in the Central African Republic; farmer-herder conflicts on the rise in Africa; Bangladesh punishing critics rather Source: Intensified Crackdown in Zimbabwe: Daily Brief – Human Rights Watch Plus: A slap on the wrist for peacekeepers who killed civilians in the Central African Republic; farmer-herder conflicts […]

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The Bangladesh coach said the team fancied winning the ODI series but he was more delighted with the effort to bounce back in the T20Is
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          World: WHO EMRO Weekly Epidemiological Monitor: Volume 11, Issue 31 (5 August 2018)      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: World Health Organization
Country: Bangladesh, Brazil, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Kenya, Somalia, Uganda, United Republic of Tanzania, World, Yemen

Current major event

Emergency risk communication in outbreaks

To provide WHO Member States, partners and stakeholders involved in emergency preparedness and response with the most up-to-date best practices on Emergency Risk Communication, this year WHO published “Communicating risk in public health emergencies - A WHO guideline for emergency risk communication (ERC) policy and practice”.

Editorial note

During public health emergencies, ERC informs at-risk people on the health risks they face, and on the actions they can take to protect their health and lives. Proper ERC is a two-way street: it informs at-risk people, while at the same time allowing authorities and experts to listen to the same people and address their concerns and needs so that the experts’ advice remains relevant, trusted and acceptable. Risk communication sits at the center of the risk management cycle, connecting all the other parts. This circular view of risk management has replaced the older, more linear, vision, and emphasizes the central importance of risk communications in every step of the process—and even more so in emergency settings.

As the fields of marketing, communications and public health advanced, so did the practice of ERC. Thus, mobile technology and digital information platforms play an important role in modern-day ERC. Twitter and Facebook have been used with success to spread truthful information and to verify information to dispel rumours and misinformation during public health crises. Services like SMS, WhatsApp and others are increasingly being used to share health-related information, including to track and combat rumours and to communicate with people in quarantined areas, for example during the West African Ebola virus out-break in 2014-2016.

Distinct but related principles underpin WHO’s approaches to effective communications and effective risk communications. For the former, WHO aims to make all communications accessible, actionable, credible, relevant, timely, and understandable. These general principles also support risk communications, but for ERC there is an additional focus on measures that build trust: transparency, rapid announcements, and listening to the at-risk populations. This emphasis is explained by the fact that trust is a central factor in decision-making and a strong indicator for compliance rates among mes-sage recipients, because the more you trust someone, the more you are likely to follow their instructions.

In recent years, two complex issues have emerged determining ERC’s success and failure. First, different perceptions of the same risk by experts and the public mean that for ERC to be effective, the social, religious, cultural, political and economic aspects associated with the event and those at risk must be considered. Second, issues of the trustworthiness of the information and advice that is communicated mean that for practitioners of ERC, be they inter-national organizations, health authorities, or community workers, maintaining and nurturing their audiences’ trust is a key concern.

Because of improving technology and more sophisticated tools from the marketing communications field, monitoring and evaluation in ERC have also improved over the past years. Combining pre-digital tools like in-person surveys with digital analytics facilitates the gathering, analys-ing, and interpreting of emergency risk communication data and feedback, which can then feed into emergency risk communication planning, strategy development, execution and renewed evaluation.

Even so, the new Guidelines identify many areas of further research, including several looking at the effect of ERC, especially in low and middle income countries. A related gap is the lack of sustained funding for ERC modalities as standard part of health project design. Finally, the effects of digital media and the splintering of sources and fields of information, absence of longitudi-nal studies, and research measuring the effect of an intervention, rather than simply describing it, all deserve further investigation.


          World: Humanitarian Funding Update July 2018 - United Nations Coordinated Appeals      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Source: UN Office for the Coordination of Humanitarian Affairs
Country: Afghanistan, Bangladesh, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroon, Central African Republic, Chad, Colombia, Democratic People's Republic of Korea, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Djibouti, Egypt, Ethiopia, Haiti, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Lebanon, Libya, Mali, Mauritania, Myanmar, Niger, Nigeria, occupied Palestinian territory, Pakistan, Philippines, Senegal, Somalia, South Sudan, Sudan, Syrian Arab Republic, Turkey, Ukraine, World, Yemen

Funding Required: $25.41B
Funding Received: $9.39B
Unmet Requirements: $16.02B
Coverage: 37.0%

People in need: 134.0M
People to receive aid: 95.8M
Countries affected: 41

As of the end of July 2018, 21 Humanitarian Response Plans (HRP) and the Syria Regional Response Plan (3RP) require US$25.41 billion to assist 95.8 billion people in urgent need of humanitarian support. The 21 HRPs and the Syria 3RP were funded at $9.52 billion: 37 per cent of financial requirements for 2018. Humanitarian organisations still require $16.02 billion to meet the needs covered by these plans.

Requirements are $2 billion higher than last year at the same time. Overall coverage is also slightly higher (three per cent), with $1.4 billion more received this year than last.

Pooled funds

Between 1 January and 31 July 2018, the Emergency Relief Coordinator approved $333 million through the Central Emergency Response Fund, including $233 million through the rapid response window and $100 million through the underfunded emergencies window. In July, $24 million was approved in rapid response grants to respond to displacement in Ethiopia, population movement from Venezuela into Colombia, worsening food insecurity in Niger, and a volcanic eruption in Guatemala. The largest allocation was $15 million to provide relief items, safe water, sanitation facilities, and health and nutrition treatment to 800,000 people displaced by inter-communal violence in Gedeo and West Guji in Ethiopia.

Between 1 January and 6 August 2018, 17 country-based pooled funds (CBPF) received $536 million in contributions from 30 donors (including $80 million in pledges). During this period, $369 million were allocated to a total of 663 humanitarian projects, implemented by 443 partners, with the funds in Yemen ($92 million), DRC ($36 million) and Iraq ($34 million) allocating the largest amounts. During July, the funds in Afghanistan, Jordan, Nigeria, South Sudan and Turkey were processing allocations. As for overall CBPF allocations, 58 per cent were disbursed to NGOs, including 19 per cent ($71 million) directly to national and local NGOs. Another 41 per cent ($150 million) was allocated to UN agencies and 1 per cent of funding was allocated to Red Cross/Red Crescent organizations.

Country updates

Yemen is the world’s largest humanitarian crisis. Some 22.2 million people – about 75 per cent of the population – require humanitarian assistance or protection. This includes 8.4 million people who do not know where their next meal is coming from. An unprecedented outbreak of cholera and acute watery diarrhoea has resulted in more than 1.1 million cases since April 2017. Escalating conflict in Hudaydah has displaced more than 350,000 people since 1 June. More than 90 per cent of these people have received emergency relief packages distributed by humanitarian partners. Sustained hostilities in Hudaydah city, interruptions to port operations or a siege would be catastrophic and must be avoided. Humanitarian programmes have expanded significantly across Yemen. In June, partners provided emergency food assistance to 7.5 million people – an increase of 200,000 people since January. Similar increases have occurred in other sectors. As of mid-year, about 60 per cent of people targeted with assistance had been reached. Generous and flexible funding has been key. Donors have provided more than 60 per cent of the HRP’s $3 billion requirements – including an early, unearmarked $930 million contribution from the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates. Partners recently sequenced the HRP to show first-line, second-line and full response activities, and require full funding to deliver all programmes based on this plan.

Needs remain high in Ethiopia with 7.88 million people food insecure, as per the Humanitarian and Disaster Resilience Plan (HDRP) released in March. There has been a major surge in displacement since the beginning of June around Gedeo (SNNPR) and West Guji (Oromia) zones resulting in the release of a response plan which seeks $117.7m to assist the 818,250 recently displaced people. Some funding has already been mobilized by Government and partners, primarily through reallocating resources that were originally intended for important response elsewhere in the country under the HDRP.

Fighting in south-west Syria continued to impact hundreds of thousands of civilians, with 180,000 people remaining newly displaced as of the end of July. Aerial bombardment and artillery shelling resulted in civilian deaths and destruction of civilian infrastructure in many areas. Humanitarian workers and service providers were caught up in the violence, with many displaced alongside other civilians. Humanitarian response continued in Dar’a governorate, building on cross-border prepositioning and subsequently drawing on programming from inside Syria. However more than 100,000 newly displaced people remained largely cut off from sustained assistance in Quneitra governorate. Partners identified priority requirements of $85 million to cover the most urgent protection and assistance needs of 300,000 people across the south-west up until mid-October. Concerns also persist around the threat of further military escalation in the north-west of the country, where the number of people in need of humanitarian assistance in Aleppo and Idleb governorates had increased by close to 600,000 by mid-year, to a total of 4.2 million, of whom half were in acute need. Response across the north-west continues to depend on cross-border assistance delivered from Turkey.

At least 3.4 million people in Cameroon need humanitarian assistance and protection. Six out of ten regions are affected by humanitarian crises related to Boko Haram in the Far North, the conflict in the Central African Republic and the worsening situation in the Anglophone regions. Further, growing levels of food insecurity and malnutrition are affecting over 2.6 million people, including 1.5 million children, and there is an ongoing cholera outbreak in the Center and North regions. The 2018 HRP calls for $319.7 million but is only 23 per cent funded. Additional donor support is critical to ensure life-saving assistance to the most vulnerable populations, especially the newly displaced persons in the Far North and the South-West.

Although the number of IDPs in the Central African Republic (CAR) fell to 608,000 during June, a seven per cent decrease compared to May, this does not indicate an improvement of the situation. The tensions and armed violence that erupted in April continue, and are causing new displacements in areas with very limited access. More than half (354,017) of the IDPs are staying with host families, while some 249,522 are in IDP sites and settlements, and another 4,489 are scattered in the bush, in desperate need of assistance. Increasing insecurity is affecting the delivery of aid, as five humanitarian workers have been killed since the beginning of 2018, making CAR one of the most dangerous countries in the world for the delivery of humanitarian aid. Moreover, underfunding remains one of the biggest impediments to stepping up the humanitarian response. At mid-year, the 2018 HRP had only received 26 per cent of its $515.6 million requirement. Without additional funding, humanitarian actors will be unable to address the needs of 1.9 million people targeted in the Plan.

The Marawi Conflict Response and Resources Overview (Mindanao, Philippines) seeks $61 million to provide essential services, food security, protection, livelihood and early recovery support for 199,000 conflict-affected people in Mindanao, of whom 69,412 are still displaced, from July 2017 to December 2018. While an organized return is underway, the majority of those who were forced to flee during the conflict will continue to require humanitarian assistance until sustainable recovery activities are underway, especially for those from the most affected areas of the city. Some $11 million (18%) has been received to-date.

Afghanistan is in the midst of a drought, the scale of which has not been seen since 2011. It has already resulted in some 84,000 people being displaced to Hirat City in western Afghanistan, with up to 150,000 at risk of being displaced. In 2017, wheat production was at an all-time low (57 per cent under the five-year average) and the expected shortfall in production in 2018 is decreasing further -- from 4.2 million metric tonnes to 3.5 million metric tonnes. This decrease is impacting some two million already food insecure people across two thirds of Afghanistan. The ongoing drought led the Humanitarian Country Team to increase the Afghanistan 2018 Humanitarian Response Plan requirements by $117 million, for a total of $547 million. The HRP is currently only 29 per cent funded. Additional funding is required to provide food security, agriculture, water, sanitation, hygiene and nutritional support. The humanitarian community is currently conducting a multi-sectoral humanitarian-development assessment, led by OCHA and UNDP, to examine both humanitarian needs and the wider, long-term complexities underpinning the drought crisis, that would need structural support through development programming.

Four years of conflict have put a tremendous strain on the civilian population in eastern Ukraine. Disrupted access to critical facilities and diminished livelihoods mean that some 3.4 million people are without basic supplies and services and need assistance for protection and survival. Some 200,000 people live under constant fear of shelling every day. One and a half million Ukrainians have been displaced across the country and cannot return home due to hostilities or lost livelihoods. Over 1 million civilians cross the “contact line” every month through operational checkpoints, which lack required shade, cooling spaces and healthcare facilities. Under these conditions, coupled with prolonged waiting hours and summer heat, civilians—many of them elderly—suffer health-related complications. Funding for the Humanitarian Response Plan is urgently needed, as only 27 per cent of the required $187 million has been received so far to respond to the urgent needs of 2.3 million vulnerable Ukrainians with assistance and protection throughout 2018.

Haiti is well into the hurricane season and increased international support for emergency preparedness efforts is required. Haitians are still recovering from consecutive natural disasters, including a major earthquake, hurricanes, floods and drought, and need sustained support. This support is not only to obtain life’s basic necessities, but also to move beyond recurring disasters and build sustainable livelihoods and live in resilient communities that are prepared for future shocks. Humanitarian actors aim to provide humanitarian assistance and protection services to the 2.2 million most vulnerable Haitians, but they have received only 9 per cent of the required $252 million this year.


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The Sharks signed him to a one-day deal, had him practice with the teamm, dress with the club, hang around the players, and then skate out through that gigantic shark head and stand at the blue line for the national anthem. Sebastian Janikowski Seahawks Jersey. The crowd, the bench, the building, went crazy. For one night, there was crying in hockey and everybody loved it. Dave Naylor, TSN Radio 1050 My thumb is down to Alex Rodgriguez, who once again is embroiled in controversy, this time over supposed unpaid legal fees racked up while he was trying to defend himself from the season-long suspension. If you thought we could look forward to this baseball season to some respite from more A-Rod controversy, well, think again. Theres some disputing the legitimacy of this weeks reports, with suggestions that A-Rod fully intends to pay his bills. And since he has a net worth reported at more than 300 million, why wouldnt we give him the benefit of the doubt? Wait a minute … Alex Rodriguez? 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ESM Goh responds to 'heated reactions' to remarks on ministerial pay, says salaries not starting point in talent hunt
He welcomes feedback, says key factors such as character, selflessness matter too
By Elgin Toh, Deputy Political Editor, The Straits Times, 9 Aug 2018

Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong has acknowledged the "heated reactions" from Singaporeans to his comments on ministerial salaries last week.

Mr Goh had said at a forum with residents from the South East District last Thursday that Cabinet ministers are not paid enough, and that it would become harder to attract good people to join the Government in the future.

His words have attracted mainly critical feedback online from Singaporeans.


Some said high salaries may attract people for the wrong reasons. Others noted that the salaries of ministers are already among the highest in the world.


Responding through a Facebook post yesterday, Mr Goh said he saw a silver lining in the comments: "It shows Singaporeans care deeply and hold leaders to account for their words and performance."


"I welcome diverse and dissenting views. I hope to engage them, perhaps through a forum in due course," he added.




On his point about ministerial salaries, Mr Goh stuck to his guns, explaining in his latest post why he sees pay as important.

"In times of prolonged crisis and upheaval, I have no doubt that Singaporeans will step forward to serve. Money would not be a key vector.


"In peace and prosperity, however, there are no dragons to slay. Personal aspirations, freedom, privacy and lifestyle take precedence," he said.


Singaporeans, he added, "know quality costs money - from durians to clothes to football players to military weapons".

He said: "Having run Singapore for 14 years as prime minister, my main concern remains how to bring Singapore forward. Leadership is key."



Mr Goh also addressed another remark that some people have taken issue with, in which he appeared to say that those who are not able to command a high salary are "very, very mediocre" people.

In his post yesterday, he said: "I do not mean nor believe that Singaporeans at whatever level of income are mediocre. Those who have worked with me know people matter the most to me. That is what I am in politics for."

He said some Singaporeans have written to him directly to express their views.

He published an excerpt of his reply to a final-year medical student in an overseas university, in which he argued that a person's abilities, competence and performance are reflected in his salary.

But other attributes not reflected in the salary matter too, Mr Goh also said in the reply.

He wrote: "Salaries are not our starting point in looking for ministers. Character, motivation, commitment, selflessness, practical abilities, competence and proven performance are the main attributes we look for. The first four attributes are veto factors."

The student "seemed to be persuaded by my response", and has offered to volunteer at Mr Goh's Meet-the-People Session in Marine Parade GRC, he noted.

"I hope more Singaporeans will think deeply about how to ensure Singapore succeeds," he concluded, adding: "Singapore deserves the best. Happy National Day! "





















Cut pay for ministers? Singapore will pay price: ESM Goh
Doing so would be popular, but will make it harder for Government to attract good people
By Elgin Toh, Deputy Political Editor, The Straits Times, 8 Aug 2018

Emeritus Senior Minister Goh Chok Tong has sounded a warning that Cabinet ministers are not paid enough and that down the road, Singapore will be confronted with the problem of getting competent people to join the Government.

Speaking at a dialogue with South East District residents last week, he disclosed that MP Edwin Tong, a lawyer, took a 75 per cent pay cut when he became a senior minister of state on July 1. Mr Tong previously earned more than $2 million a year as senior counsel and now makes about $500,000, Mr Goh said.



He made the point last Thursday in response to Braddell Heights resident Abdul Aziz, 70, who asked if ministerial salaries could be cut to fund pensions for elderly people.

The idea of helping the elderly more is not wrong - "we must do something for them", Mr Goh said.

But he dismissed the idea of cutting ministers' pay, calling it populist. If ministers are not paid well, "very, very mediocre" people will be ministers in the long run, he said. "Think about that. Is it good for you, or is it worse for us in the end?"

Giving an example of the impact of inadequate ministerial salaries, he related the difficulty he faced in drawing talented people to politics.



Mr Goh, who was prime minister from 1990 to 2004, said he tried but failed to persuade two from the private sector to stand in the 2015 General Election. One earned $10 million, and the other, $5 million, a year, he said.

Mr Tong, 48, who was a partner at leading law firm Allen and Gledhill, is an exception, because he wants to serve, Mr Goh added.

Mr Goh said that after Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong approached Mr Tong to be a senior minister of state, Mr Tong went to see Mr Goh. They are fellow MPs for Marine Parade GRC.

Mr Goh recalled their conversation: "He said, at this stage of his life, he has got a house, he has got a mother-in-law to support, a father-in-law to support, his own parents and so on, what should he do?

"So I asked him, 'Edwin, what are you in politics for?' He said, 'Here to serve.' So I said, 'Well, you know, between $2 million and perhaps half a million, later on you hopefully become a full minister, $1 million, you have to decide which is more important.'

"He said, 'Yes, I will take it on.' And he felt very strongly that he could do the job."

Mr Goh added: "We dare not pay ministers a good wage."

When asked, Mr Tong told The Straits Times that he prefers not to comment.

Mr Tong entered politics in 2011 when he was elected an MP in the general election. The issue of ministerial salaries was hotly debated during the election, and in the aftermath, an independent committee was formed to review the salaries of office-holders.

The Government later accepted the committee's recommendation of an across-the-board reduction in ministerial salaries. The starting pay of entry-level ministers was cut by more than a third, to $935,000.



Last year, an independent committee that reviewed the salaries recommended an increase for salaries to keep pace with market developments. But the Government decided against it, saying that the economy was still in transition.

Mr Goh's remarks were first reported by The Online Citizen on Sunday, based on a transcript of the exchange obtained from Mr Goh's press secretary.

At the dialogue, Mr Goh also disagreed with Mr Abdul Aziz's other suggestion: cut defence spending to fund pensions for the elderly.

He said Singapore's unique geographical situation requires it to pay for expensive advance warning systems, as hostile planes can reach Singapore within minutes.

He added that investors will not put their money here if defence were inadequate - a situation that will result in unemployment.














 





Transcript of Remarks by ESM Goh Chok Tong During the Southeast CDC District Conference on 2nd August 2018

Abdul Aziz (from Braddell Heights RC): I am 70 years old, so I am really concerned about issues that are about the elderly. Unfortunately, I would say that the bad picture which has been painted is that the elderly have been forced to work, cleaning toilets, serving tables, just to survive. And the example that Dr Maliki said (of a senior working just because she wants to, not because she needs to), perhaps it is the exception rather than the whole.

I think not many people will believe you if you say that elderly work because they want to mix, because they want to do exercise. Perhaps they work because they need to work. So in this case, may I just suggest that perhaps can we have some sort of an elderly pension fund, for the elderly. We will have an appropriate means test and all that, to make sure it is not being abused.

And Mayor will ask me how do we fund this fund? Perhaps, maybe can I say we cut a bit on the defence, one F-15 maybe can pay for the whole fund. Or perhaps even the Ministers with the million-dollar salaries, can we perhaps cut by 10 per cent in order to fund this fund? These are just my suggestions. Thank you very much.


Grassroots Adviser Lim Biow Chuan: Firstly, there is Silver Support. I think you know there is Silver Support, and Silver Support does help quite a number of our seniors. I am really unsure that we should be too hard on elderly who want to work. To me, if Singaporeans, if you are low-income, the Government does take quite good care of you. There are actually many many schemes to help look after those who are poor.

Now if you are not poor, and you want to work, I personally think it is a good thing, because if not, then what do you expect the elderly to do at home? I always tell seniors whom I meet, go and do something, whether it is volunteer work, whatever. Because if you stay at home, the chances of you getting dementia is quite high.

When my father was alive, he was running a fruit stall. Now he runs it in a very poor manner and he loses money every month. So then he decided one day that he would sublet it out and take some rental income. And so he went home and then he stayed at home. After a few months I looked at my father and I thought his situation was deteriorating.

So I told him why don’t you take back the fruit stall, I will pay for your every month losses, because to me it is cheaper to pay for your every month losses than eventually pay for the dementia medical expenses. So he runs the stall, he just sits there and the fruits rot after a while. I was happy because he meets people, he talks to people, and it keeps him going. He doesn’t have to go and collect cardboard boxes, but the reality is that if he does nothing, I am more worried.

My sense is always that we shouldn’t always look to the government to solve the issues of the elderly. It is every child’s responsibility to look after their parents, because your parents looked after you when you are young. To all those who are getting elderly, I hope that you don’t think that your children should not look after you. These are their responsibilities. And this is what filial piety is all about. Now, if for whatever reason your children can’t look after you, come and talk to us.

We have many schemes where we will be able to help to those who are lower income to look after themselves. But if you look at people and they are working, whether as a cleaner and all that, don’t feel embarrassed about that.

My mum, about 10 years ago, worked in a coffeeshop as a cleaner. Because she is bored at home. And she asked me, would it embarrass you? I said no, I mean it is a decent job, you want to go and work, I won’t stop you from working. Because if you think it is a decent job, so be it. She is not robbing someone, she is not relying on charity, she wants to work as a coffeeshop cleaner because she gets to do something, she mixes with people, she is happy and I am happy.

So now that she is older, she is retired. But I honestly feel let’s not be too harsh or too judgmental on elderly who need to work. So if you do meet people whom you think need help, come and talk to us. We will be able to assess them and we will be able to render assistance. Whether we should fund that through 10 per cent cut from MINDEF, I think we better let the Senior Minister of State (referring to SMS Maliki Osman) answer.


SMS Maliki Osman: We will get ESM to share his perspective first.

(ESM asks for the mic to be passed to Abdul Aziz)





ESM Goh: I want to ask you, first of all, if the old lady and old men do not clean the tables, who are going to clean the tables?


Abdul Aziz: We have maybe youngsters or students who want to earn.

(ESM Goh turns to young people in the audience: “Do any of you want to stop education to clean tables? Any of you? Please put up your hands.”)


ESM Goh: This is a very populist kind of question, which will get you votes and make you President of Singapore! So it is a serious populist question which I want to debunk. Who is going to clean the table for you? Students won’t do it. Shall we have foreign workers to clean the tables?


Abdul Aziz: May I suggest, maybe we have to ask ourselves, why is it that nobody wants to clean tables? That is because the pay is so measly. Minimum wage pay, perhaps we can get people to clean the tables.


ESM Goh: Ok, how much should we pay a cleaner to clean the tables? $1,000?

(ESM Goh turns to audience: “Will you clean tables for $1,000? Please put up your hands.”)


ESM Goh: No, I am serious, $1,000, who is going to clean the tables? Somebody must clean the tables. I am not suggesting old folks should clean the tables. I say give it to contractors, who will then employ people to clean the tables.

Contractors, who do they look for? First and foremost, they want foreign workers. If you give them foreign workers, we end up with foreign workers cleaning tables, they don’t want old people. But are you going to allow more foreign workers in Singapore, just to clean tables? Those who are in support, please put up your hands, then you end up with another 100,000 foreign workers to clean tables. If you are from India, Bangladesh, $1,000 to clean tables, thank you very much, please let me clean more tables.

So contractors have no choice but to employ older ones. We feel sorry for that. How do we help them? Well, we have this income supplement. If the cleaners who clean the table are paid a standard market wage, a bit low from our point of view, there is this wage supplement to up their salary.

If you feel sorry for them, we can have a minimum wage for old people, we can do that. Does it work? How much is the minimum wage?

Well, we do that, your hawker price will go up, please don’t complain. Are you going to complain that the hawker prices are going up because they are paying more to the workers? That is my point.

The second point which Mr Lim has addressed, to some of these people, a job is very important, not just the pay. If you say please give them a pension, that is again a very popular idea, and there are some societies which actually do that, when you reach a certain age, you get pension for life.

Somebody must pay for the pension. And you got it right. Take it from somewhere else. Had you suggested to up GST by 2 per cent and give them the pension, I would have applauded you.

Seriously. Because you are then taxing the whole society to support older ones. But you did not. You said cut from defence, 1 per cent is enough. And on top of that, you said cut Ministers’ salaries. That is very populist.

I am telling you the Ministers are not paid enough, and down the road, we are going to get a problem with getting people to join the government, because civil servants now earn more than Ministers.

Are you aware of that? And where do we get our future office holders from? From the private sector? I have tried for the last election. Two of them, earning $5 million per month, $10 million per month (sic – ESM meant per year).

To be a Minister for $1 million? No, no, my family is not happy with (unclear). Those approached say money is not the issue. But if you earn $5 million, $10 million, and you pay at least $1 million, many people would come, but not from the private sector.

But maybe some you can get. Edwin Tong, he is a Senior Counsel, he earns more than $2 million. PM asked him to be a Minister of State – one quarter (salary). He came to see me. He said, at this stage of his life, he has got a house, he has got a mother-in-law to support, a father-in-law to support, his own parents and so on, what should he do?

So I asked him, Edwin, what were you in politics for? (He said) Here to serve. So I said you’ve got to serve, well, you know between $2 million and perhaps half a million, later on you hopefully become a full Minister, $1 million, you have to decide which is more important. So Edwin told me his job in politics is to serve. He said yes, I will take on, and he felt very strongly that he could do the job.

But now we dare not pay Ministers a good wage. To anyone of us here, $1 million is a lot of money.

So where do you want to get your Ministers from? From people who earn only $500,000 a year, whose capacity is $500,000 a year?

So (when) I look for Ministers, anybody who wants to be paid more than half a million, I won’t take him. You are going to end up with very very mediocre people, who can’t even earn a million dollars outside to be our Minister.

Think about that. Is it good for you, or is it worse for us in the end?

Then you said take from MINDEF. Well, MINDEF we cap it at 6 per cent, we don’t spend 6 per cent of GDP. Take it from MINDEF. Do we take it from national servicemen, pay them less? Or we buy less weapons, your weapons?

So you think through. If you say you know National Service, don’t pay National Servicemen that well, take from there to pay your older people. Yeah, maybe that is doable, because we are taking from the young to pay them.

But if I say cut, don’t buy a submarine, ok maybe we do that. Don’t buy your F-16, F-35, don’t buy your radar.

You have done National Service, you know that defending Singapore is defending a point. You are not defending a territory of 300 square miles, 3,000 square miles, 10,000 square miles, you are defending a point.

If you defend a point, you need to have advanced radar. Our neighbours don’t need it. But a plane from a neighbouring country can come to Singapore within two to three minutes to drop a bomb here, if we are fighting one another.

Have you got time to run to the nearest stronghouse, bomb shelter? Have you got time to run? By the time the siren comes up, before you can run, the plane is already here. We need an advanced warning system. That costs money.

Well in the end you say why, we are so small anyway, we can’t defend ourselves, why defend, just spend the money on all these.

If you can’t defend yourselves, are you going to get the investors over here? I put money over here, there is no guarantee about my investments, I won’t put money here. Are you going to get the economic growth? You are going to have unemployment. You won’t get growth.

Where do you get your money from to pay old folks like you and me? Think about that.

So there is a whole system. So the point I am making is, don’t just ask populist questions.

Before you ask such populist questions – just take from here and there to help old people – where would the money come from? If it is from the younger generation for the older ones, yes, we are prepared to do it.

Your idea is not wrong, we must do something for the older ones. Silver Support, some kind of a scheme that we can work on later on. But how to fund it?

That is what I am hitting at. It is not the idea of supporting older ones. I think that is correct. There are many retirees, they haven’t got funds, they need to be supported.

But how do you fund it, you see. That is key. How to fund it for the future? Make it sustainable? Once you have a scheme to pay anybody over 65 a certain minimum wage, you can’t take it away, you’ve got to think of how to raise taxes to pay that.

Ok so one part of your question is very good, but your suggestion is very bad on how to solve the problem.



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Introduction: Bangladesh is a small country with growing problems. Among all problems, misuse of gas is a great one. Development is impossible without gas. In other words, gas and development do side by side. But this gas is misused in many ways. The misuse is going from bad to worse. All are getting concerned about this problem.

Misuse: Many causes are responsible for the misuse. In the most house, housewives keep their burners on. They think it better than wasting match-sticks next. They do not have a grain of sense about the natural wealth. To them, a match-sticks is more valuable. They do not know how much harm they are doing to the country. Some keep their burners on fear of load-shedding. Illegal use is another cause Of hotels in the country. Some keep their burners on|in fear of load shedding. Illegal use is another cause. In hotels and restaurant, it is misused. In big cities, many use gas to dry their clothes. In these ways, our valuable asset is misused

Effects: The effects of the misuse are many. For misuse of gas, its shortage is increasing. For misuse, many people are not getting the chance to use it. The vehicles do not get enough gas. so our communication system may fall into a problem. Some power station produces power with the help of gas. This station will also fall in problem. The whole country will be in darkness. The gas driven mills and factories will stop. The production will be decreased. Thus the overall development of the country will slow down.

The way of Solution-Immediate steps should be taken to stop the misuse. At first, we have to be more conscious. Public awareness is a must. The illegal users must be punished. Law should be introduced to stop misuse. The vigilant watch is needed on mills and factories.

Conclusion: In fine, we can say that misuse of gas is a great problem. Only the proper use of gas can ensure the overall development of the country. So it should be solved at any cost. It is high time we solved the problem. Conscious people should work together with the government in this regard. Otherwise, we all fall into a greater danger.

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Introduction: Bangladesh is a small country with growing problems. Among all problems, misuse of electricity is a great one. Development is impossible without electricity and development to go side by side. But this electricity is misused in many ways. The misuse is going from bad to worse. All are getting concerned about this problem.

Misuse: Many causes are responsible for the misuse. Luxurious shops use many bulbs and fans. They also use air-conditioners. They do it attract customers. During some festivals, all most all the shops use colorful bulbs. During some ceremonies like marriage ceremony, marriage day anniversary and birth day party, bulbs are used in excess. Many of us keep fans and bulbs on unnecessarily. Our so-called leaders enjoy electric connection illegally many mills and factories also use it illegally. Some big guns use it but do not pay the electric bill. Thus electricity is misused in many ways.

Effects: The effects of the misuse are many. For the misuse of electricity, the country suffers an acute shortage of power. There are frequent power cuts across the country for it. Mills and factories cannot run. The misuse of electricity slows down the normal production. So the country faces an acute shortage of production. For this misuse, the farmers do not get enough power during irrigation. Thus it hampers our agriculture. This leads the country food shortage Students do not get the light to study. So they suffer a lot. The dying patients, sufferings know no bounds. In fact, the overall development of the country is hampered.

Ways of the solution: Immediate steps should be taken to stop the misuse. At first, we have to more conscious. Public awareness is a must. The illegal users must be punished. All the illegal connections must be disconnected. The vigilant watch is needed on mills and factories.

Conclusion: In fine, we can say that the misuse of electricity is a great problem. Only the proper use of power can ensure the overall development of the country. So it should be solved at any cost. It is high time we solved the problem. Conscious people should work together with the government in this regard. Otherwise, we all fall into a greater danger.

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Introduction: Bangladesh is a small country with growing problems. Among all problems, arsenic is a great one. The problem has spread its veil clutch all over the country. It is going from bad to worse. All are getting concerned about this problem.

What is arsenic?: Arsenic is a brittle semi-metallic element. It is poisonous. It kills a man slowly.

Where found: Arsenic is becoming an acute problem in Bangladesh. Many districts of the country are affected by the problem. The groundwater is contaminated with arsenic. The tube-well water is also not safe, So, drinking water is going on across the country. Finding no alternative, many people are still drinking arsenic mixed water.

Results: Everybody many people are affected by arsenic. Thousands of people have already been affected by it. Many have died. Many are suffering to die.
This poison causes severe sore and black spots in fingers. The sore turns into cancer. Thus it pushes a man to death. It also damages our kidney, liver, stomach etc. A severe cough and hair falling can be caused by the poison. Diarrhea may accompany too.

Ways of the solution: The following measure can be prescribed to solve the problem. Firstly, arsenic-free water must be ensured in affected areas. Secondly, medicine and balanced food should be given to the affected people. Thirdly, more deep tube-weels should be marked. Sixth, electronic and print media should play an important role. Last, of all, the government should take a massive programmer to make the country arsenic free.

Conclusion: In fine, we can say that arsenic is a great problem. The problem should be solved at any cost. It is high time we solved the problem. Conscious people should work together with the Government in this regard. Otherwise, we all fall into a great danger.

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N Engl J Med. 2018 Aug 09;379(6):535-546

Authors: Roth DE, Morris SK, Zlotkin S, Gernand AD, Ahmed T, Shanta SS, Papp E, Korsiak J, Shi J, Islam MM, Jahan I, Keya FK, Willan AR, Weksberg R, Mohsin M, Rahman QS, Shah PS, Murphy KE, Stimec J, Pell LG, Qamar H, Al Mahmud A

Abstract
Background It is unclear whether maternal vitamin D supplementation during pregnancy and lactation improves fetal and infant growth in regions where vitamin D deficiency is common. Methods We conducted a randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled trial in Bangladesh to assess the effects of weekly prenatal vitamin D supplementation (from 17 to 24 weeks of gestation until birth) and postpartum vitamin D supplementation on the primary outcome of infants' length-for-age z scores at 1 year according to World Health Organization (WHO) child growth standards. One group received neither prenatal nor postpartum vitamin D (placebo group). Three groups received prenatal supplementation only, in doses of 4200 IU (prenatal 4200 group), 16,800 IU (prenatal 16,800 group), and 28,000 IU (prenatal 28,000 group). The fifth group received prenatal supplementation as well as 26 weeks of postpartum supplementation in the amount of 28,000 IU (prenatal and postpartum 28,000 group). Results Among 1164 infants assessed at 1 year of age (89.5% of 1300 pregnancies), there were no significant differences across groups in the mean (±SD) length-for-age z scores. Scores were as follows: placebo, -0.93±1.05; prenatal 4200, -1.11±1.12; prenatal 16,800, -0.97±0.97; prenatal 28,000, -1.06±1.07; and prenatal and postpartum 28,000, -0.94±1.00 (P=0.23 for a global test of differences across groups). Other anthropometric measures, birth outcomes, and morbidity did not differ significantly across groups. Vitamin D supplementation had expected effects on maternal and infant serum 25-hydroxyvitamin D and calcium concentrations, maternal urinary calcium excretion, and maternal parathyroid hormone concentrations. There were no significant differences in the frequencies of adverse events across groups, with the exception of a higher rate of possible hypercalciuria among the women receiving the highest dose. Conclusions In a population with widespread prenatal vitamin D deficiency and fetal and infant growth restriction, maternal vitamin D supplementation from midpregnancy until birth or until 6 months post partum did not improve fetal or infant growth. (Funded by the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation; ClinicalTrials.gov number, NCT01924013 .).

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The advent of social media and access to smartphones dawned an era of citizen journalism. Anybody can make a video through their mobile phones and upload it on social media to inform the world about an event. We have seen such examples during the Arab Spring, when citizens uploaded pictures and videos of the atrocities committed against them. Students in Bangladesh are also currently using the power of social media and user generated content to update the world on their protest against traffic laws, and the government’s high handedness with them.  As with anything else, citizen journalism has its pros and cons. Pakistanis have started on the wrong footing of this trend. Prior to elections, videos and pictures were going viral of protests and hooliganism outside the former Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif’s Avenfield apartments. The Sharif family had to face abuse and instigation every time they stepped out of the house. It reached a limit when Maryam Nawaz’s son, Junaid Safdar, was involved in a physical brawl with someone who allegedly abused his mother. No surprises then that this time a video has surfaced of Reham Khan and her son, Sahir Rehman, facing such nonsense by a woman in a London park, while they were recording for an interview. https://www.facebook.com/malikshahbaza1/videos/2380652338628681/ Reham and Sahir show complete composure and grace while handling the troll as Reham tries to reason with her before exiting the public place. The woman, who I will call a troll, clearly seemed to be a Pakistan Tehreek-e-Insaf (PTI) supporter due to her line of questioning and what she is heard saying in the video. Any son would have lost his cool, just as Safdar did in the previous scenario, if his mother was being bullied the way Reham was. But Sahir kept his cool and was even reprimanded by Reham when he answered the woman back after continuous instigation. He himself admitted this when I asked his views on the incident.

“My mother is very particular about restraint, especially towards females. She even reprimanded me for replying to the lady. But in the end, you can only laugh at the craziness on display.”
Sahir also feels his family has had to face such harassment for years now, even before Reham’s book came out.
“It seems that anyone who is seen as a threat to PTI is pre-emptively targeted and then harassed for life. In this case, we had a woman following us around and filming non-stop, while we were conducting an interview in a public place. Then she began to harass and intervene. Speaking against the leader of PTI is not allowed. Anyone who does so will be silenced through harassment and intimidation, since legal means would result in humiliation.”
I personally do not allege that all PTI supporters and leaders condone this fascist mentality. However, the trend does seem to point in that direction. This is evident on social media, where any TV anchor that does not agree to PTI’s policies is abused by some supporters of PTI. Even a cursory glance at Reham and Sahir’s own Twitter feed will prove the same. Even CNN anchor Hannah Vaughan Jones, who interviewed Reham, was not safe from the vitriol. https://twitter.com/HVaughanJones/status/1023535113244557312 Perhaps one could tolerate the fascist behaviour and intolerance on social media but the culture of transferring this behaviour in the real world is disturbing and dangerous. Many celebrated when people resorted to hooliganism outside the Avenfield apartments and when a shoe was thrown at Nawaz. Similarly, they continue to applaud now when Reham and her son are bullied in a public place. This runs the risk of encouraging others to do the same and becomes a dangerously slippery slope. https://twitter.com/ImranInc/status/1026573071547879426 One can disagree with another, and I disagree with Reham’s views on many things, but this has to be done through discourse and a healthy debate instead of abuse and bullying. PTI has a larger responsibility to encourage a more inclusive environment and healthy debate, whilst discouraging such acts of bullying because the party itself started this culture of intolerance by calling their political rivals ‘motu gang’ (thus also fat-shaming). https://www.dailymotion.com/video/x4r7vjg Otherwise, more people will start echoing Sahir’s thoughts when he says,
“In addition to being a party built on intolerance, incompetence and corruption, PTI is now establishing itself as one that actively encourages abuse, harassment and misogyny. It's sad to think that this is the future of Pakistan.”
Even a murderer deserves their fundamental human right to individual dignity. Let us be more tolerant in Naya Pakistan and learn to disagree with respect and civility, regardless of how wrong we believe someone to be. Let us use the power of citizen journalism in more positive ways instead of trolling public faces we disagree with.



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Japan asks Myanmar to speed up housing construction for returning Rohingyas
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Published at 08:26 pm August 7th, 2018




Suu Kyi and Kono tiptoe around Rohingya refugee crisis
Japanese foreign minister praises govt panel, urges Myanmar to resettle the 700,000 displaced now languishing in flooded camps in southern Bangladesh
By BERTIL LINTNER AUGUST 8, 2018 4:02 PM (UTC+8)



Tokyo is wary of the role that China could play as a mediator between Myanmar and Bangladesh, which could lead to increased Chinese influence in the region, hence the diplomatic language – and the eagerness to get involved in development schemes in Rakhine State before the Chinese make similar offers.

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Myanmar said on Thursday a request by the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor to seek jurisdiction over suspected deportations of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangladesh was "meritless and should be dismissed".
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Myanmar said on Thursday a request by the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor to seek jurisdiction over suspected deportations of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangladesh was "meritless and should be dismissed".

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Myanmar said on Thursday a request by the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor to seek jurisdiction over suspected deportations of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangladesh was "meritless and should be dismissed".

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MUMBAI: Sony Pictures Network (SPN) India has renewed the media rights deal for the UEFA Euro Championship to telecast in the Indian subcontinent according to Insidesports.co. On the flip side, the broadcaster has lost one of its precious football properties, La Liga, to Facebook. The social media giant bagged the rights for the next four-year cycle.

The 2020 European Championship edition will be played across 12 European nations between 12 June and 12 July.

Sony in the earlier UEFA media rights cycle was also the official broadcaster for the UEFA Champions League and the UEFA Europa League, which were not the part of the UEFA Euro Championship deal.

The UEFA Euro 2020 qualifying draw will be held on 2 December 2018 at the Convention Centre Dublin in Dublin, Republic of Ireland.

Recently, UEFA has also renewed its worldwide master licensing deal with global sports and talent management agency IMG. The extended terms of the agreement will see IMG continue to serve as the exclusive master licensee for UEFA Euro 2020 and other major national team tournaments through to the end of 2022.

The deal provides Sony Pictures Network with the right to broadcast the UEFA Euro 2020 Championship matches and the Championship Finals. In the previous three-year deal SPN aired 546 UEFA international matches over three years in the run-up to the 2016 finals in India, Pakistan, Bangladesh, Sri Lanka, Bhutan, Nepal and Maldives.

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YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — Myanmar has sharply rejected an attempt by the International Criminal Court to consider the country’s culpability for activities that caused about 700,000 minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh for safety.…
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unhcr-no-photoUNITED NATIONS, (APP):The Head of the UN refugee agency (UNHCR), Filippo Grandi, has urged government representatives and business leaders from the Asia-Pacific region to offer more support for over 700,000 Rohingya refugees who have fled to Bangladesh to escape violence and discrimination in Myanmar’s Rakhine State over the past year. “I urge you to consider […]
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Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit KELLY MCEVERS, HOST: When Pope Francis was in Myanmar earlier this week, he did not talk about the Rohingya, and that disappointed many people who hoped he would condemn Myanmar's persecution of this Muslim minority. Today in Bangladesh, it was a different story. NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports on an emotional meeting between Francis and a group of Rohingya refugees. SYLVIA POGGIOLI, BYLINE: At the end of today's interfaith meeting in the garden of the archbishop's residence in Dhaka, Pope Francis met with a group of 12 men, two women and two young girls. The Rohingya Muslims had travelled from southern Bangladesh near the border with Myanmar, where they are sheltering in camps overflowing with some 620,000 refugees. One by one, the Rohingyas approached the pope. The women lifted their face veils to be able to speak and stretched out their hands for Francis to hold. The pope was somber as he held the hands of each one. And he listened intently as
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Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit DAVID GREENE, HOST: Pope Francis visited Bangladesh today. And in a meeting with dignitaries, he called for them to care for the plight of refugees. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) POPE FRANCIS: (Speaking Italian). GREENE: The pope's speaking Italian there, and he mentioned Rakhine state. That is an area of Myanmar where many Rohingya Muslims are from. But it is important to note the pope did not mention the name Rohingya. This was the decision he made today in Bangladesh and also the decision he made in Myanmar. And that has garnered a lot of criticism for those who view the plight of the Rohingya a massive abuse of human rights. I want to turn now to NPR's Sylvia Poggioli, who is traveling with the pope. She's on the line from Bangladesh. Hi, Sylvia. SYLVIA POGGIOLI, BYLINE: Hi, David. GREENE: Was this omission a big deal? POGGIOLI: Well, I think it simply follows what he was saying in Myanmar. There, he was heeding the advice of the local
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Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: Pope Francis leaves Sunday for a weeklong trip to Myanmar and Bangladesh. Bangladesh is mostly Muslim, Myanmar predominantly Buddhist, and its military's brutal attacks on a Muslim minority called the Rohingya have led to accusations of ethnic cleansing. As NPR's Sylvia Poggioli reports, the pope will face a difficult balancing act in both places. SYLVIA POGGIOLI, BYLINE: Pope Francis often speaks forcefully on behalf of migrants across the world who are exploited or expelled. In February, he singled out those being driven from Myanmar. (SOUNDBITE OF ARCHIVED RECORDING) POPE POPE FRANCIS: (Through interpreter) Our Rohingya brothers and sisters wander from one place to another because they are not wanted. They are good, peaceful. They are not Christians. They are suffering for years, tortured and killed simply for their Muslim faith. POGGIOLI: Since August, an estimated 600,000 Rohingya had fled Myanmar military attacks into
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[India], Aug 09 (ANI): The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday stated that the recent filing of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) for the state of Assam will not negatively impact the country's relations with Bangladesh.

Addressing a presser, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, "The Bangladesh Government has taken the view that the ongoing process is an internal matter of India. We do not apprehend any impact on our relationship with Bangladesh, which remains excellent."

"We have been in close touch with Bangladesh Government, both prior to and following the issuance of the draft. At all points, we have repeatedly assured them that it is still a draft list, prepared under the orders of the Supreme Court and the process of identification of citizens of Assam is still underway," Kumar added.

Nearly 40 lakh people were not recognised as citizens of India when the draft, which incorporated the names of 2.89 crore people out of 3.29 crore applicants, was released on July 30.

Ever since the draft was released, the Opposition has been at loggerheads with the Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP)-led Centre and questioning as to the fate of the 40 lakh people.

However, Prateek Hajela, the State Coordinator of NRC, had issued a clarification on Sunday, saying that those left out of the NRC will not be "jailed or deported."

He also said that the Supreme Court had clearly stated that nobody could take away their rights and that the process of filing objections by those whose names are not listed in the draft should be fair. (ANI)


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Myanmar on Thursday sharply rejected an attempt by the International Criminal Court to consider the country's culpability for activities that caused about 700,000 minority Rohingya Muslims to flee to Bangladesh for safety.
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The most recent commission formed by the Myanmar government to try and bring a solution to the issues in Rakhine State has come under criticism from international and domestic actors, highlighting the complexity of dealing with challenges in the beleaguered state. Last month, the President’s Office announced the formation of a new “independent commission of inquiry” which is tasked with investigating allegations of human rights violations “and related” issues in Rakhine. The four-member commission is comprised of two international members, Rosario Manalo, former deputy foreign minister of the Philippines, and Kenzo Oshima, Japan’s former ambassador to the United Nations. The two Myanmar members of the commission are lawyer Mya Thein and economist Aung Tun Htet. Aung Tun Htet has already been involved in previous commissions on Rakhine – which have largely denied any wrongdoing on behalf of Myanmar authorities – and he has previously dismissed accusations that ethnic cleansing has taken place in the state, home to the country’s Rohingya Muslim minority. Myanmar has come under considerable criticism for its handling of the crisis, which was triggered by attacks from the Arakan Rohingya Salvation Army, leading to a brutal army crackdown that saw 700,000 mainly Rohingya flee over the border into Bangladesh. Myanmar has already formed numerous commissions regarding the crisis, but these have been criticized for lacking independence from the military, which is accused of some of the gravest abuses, a charge it denies. A government spokesperson couldn’t be reached for comment about the new commission. 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Van den Assum said that for a commission to be credible it must have a clearly defined legal mandate to investigate allegations of crimes, demonstrable independence from all authorities, and sufficient resources and adequate support capacity. She acknowledged that some members of the international community, including the U.N. Security Council, had pushed for an international committee to be established. “But if minimum standards for a credible inquiry are not met, the situation and thus the impunity are at risk of deepening further,” she said. Myanmar analyst Yan Myo Thein said some people in Myanmar, in particular the military, were critical of the commission because of what they regard as foreign intervention in Myanmar’s internal affairs. However, he acknowledged that some people in Myanmar would view the commission positively, because they recognized the need for help from members of the international community to deal with the crisis. Key to whether or not the commission would be a success was whether or not the military would cooperate, he said. “They may cooperate, but their primary concern will be for there to be no foreign participation in resolving the domestic and internal affairs of Myanmar,” he told VOA. Slow implementation Earlier this week, a statement from the United Nations urged Myanmar to step up implementation of an agreement it signed in June regarding the repatriation of refugees from Bangladesh. The statement from the U.N.’s Refugee Agency and the U.N. Development Program said they were still waiting for the government to approve travel authorization requests for international staff members in northern Rakhine. “The Myanmar government’s willingness to take the lead in the implementation of this agreement is critical to creating conditions conducive for the voluntary, safe, dignified and sustainable return of Rohingya refugees,” the statement said. The statement said some encouraging steps had been made since the agreement was signed in June, including the formation of a tripartite Technical Working Group, but said “substantial progress” is urgently needed in three areas: granting effective access in Rakhine, ensuring freedom of movement for all communities, and addressing the root causes of the crisis. It also urged the government to implement the recommendations of the Annan commission, including “a clear, voluntary and equal pathway to citizenship for all eligible individuals”. Myanmar insists it is ready to begin the repatriation process, but Rohingya living in Bangladesh have said they will not return without guarantees. “If we come back, we must be guaranteed our citizenship and our safety,” said Nay Lin Aung, a Rohingya man who fled Myanmar last year and is now living in an area known as “No Man’s Land” between the two countries. “Our houses were burned, and we lost everything. That’s why we haven’t come back.”    
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“LOOK at the lanes!” exclaimed an astonished bystander from a bridge above one of Dhaka’s main roads. For a week a miraculous transformation settled upon the motorised anarchy for which the Bangladeshi capital is notorious. The streets were still gridlocked with vehicles, from battered buses and little tuk-tuks to the four-wheel-drives of the elite. Yet beneath the bridge and elsewhere, the traffic crawled in neat, well-behaved lanes. Darting between them, students in high-school uniforms, acting as self-appointed traffic police, checked drivers’ licences and even distributed food to those stuck in jams. Dhaka had never seen anything like it.

The school-age vigilantes, numbering in their thousands and soon joined by university undergraduates, imposed order on Dhaka’s traffic into early August. This was a powerful form of impromptu protest, sparked when a speeding private bus, racing against another to pick up passengers, ploughed into a crowd at a bus stop on July 29th...


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NRC won’t impair relations with Bangladesh: MEA#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000New Delhi: The Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) on Thursday stated that the recent filing of the National Register of Citizens (NRC) for the state of Assam will not negatively impact the country’s relations with Bangladesh. Addressing a presser, MEA spokesperson Raveesh Kumar said, “The Bangladesh Government has taken the view that the ongoing process …
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Au Bangladesh, le gouvernement veut envoyer 100 000 Rohingya sur Bhasan Char, une île régulièrement inondée.
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(Natural News) Pain relievers are among the most common and in-demand chemical medications. They are, however, known to have serious side effects. In a study published in BMC Complementary and Alternative Medicine, researchers discuss a plant traditionally used in Bangladesh which they confirmed to have anti-nociceptive properties with no adverse effects. Pain is a common condition,...

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Hasnat Karim is released after two years behind bars over the 2016 restaurant attack in Bangladesh's capital, Dhaka.
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Mohammad Ashraful believes he can represent Bangladesh again, with his five-year ban set to end later this week
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BCB president Nazmul Hassan, who met Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes in Dhaka, said Mominul Haque's 182 against Ireland A may open up an unlikely spot
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After speaking on AlJazeera, Shahidul Alam was arrested under section 57 of the International Communication and Technology Act for reputedly spreading anti-government propaganda.

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          0609 | Of Love and Shadows | Isabel Allende      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Context: was reading this in Bangladesh while I took a boat through a swamp. While I get the fact that The Disappeared is a tragedy of epic proportions, and the world needed to sit up and notice when it was endemic in South America, to choose the medium of a shmaltzy, 1980s, Lady-Diana-hairstyle romance to […]
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Shahidul Alam says he was tortured.

The last time the acclaimed Bangladeshi photographer Shahidul Alam had a major run-in with the police, it was for a 2010 project documenting official torture and death squads, which led the Dhaka police to besiege and shut down his gallery and provoked national protests on his behalf.

This time, he was picked up in connection with protests that have roiled Bangladesh for the past two weeks, mostly by high school students angered by the deaths of two students killed by a speeding bus.

At least 20 police officers raided Mr. Alam’s home on Sunday, hours after he posted a video on Facebook saying that he had been beaten up by pro-government thugs

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Earlier, team Bangladesh brought a balance in T20I series by winning the 2nd match. They faced defeat in the first match and so, the series came to a level by 1 – 1. 3rd T20I was the final match for sure. And Bangladesh won T20I series against West Indies by winning the 3rd T20I match. […]

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Team Bangladesh is traveling West Indies and United States after long time and the purpose is to play a Test, ODI and T20I series against home team West Indies. Two matches will take place at United States so far. They started the tour with Test series and the Tigers faced defeat in Test series by […]

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          Explore Profenofos Market Size, Analysis, and Forecast Report by 2025      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Global Industry Analysis and Opportunity Assessment 2015-2025

Valley Cottage, NY -- (SBWIRE) -- 08/09/2018 -- Profenofos is a chemical used as pesticide to prevent crop from damages which can otherwise be caused due to pests and insects. Profenofos chemical name is (RS) -0-4-bromo-2-chlorophynyl 0 ethyl S-Propyl phosphorothioate . It's a light yellow fluid with garlic like smell. Profenofos is divided under a chemical class organophosphate. It is quite stable under neutral and slightly acidic conditions. Profenofos gets unstable under alkaline environments on hydrolysis.

Being highly soluble in organic solvents it allows easy application of insecticides on plants.

Profenofos finds application as pesticides, and as miticide. It is used on a crop to prevent it from insects and pest.

A Solid need to enhance agricultural productivity across globe due to dropping cultivable land and has led to increase in demand for profenofos. This is the primary driver for growth of profenofos. However high level of toxicity found in profenofos chemical is anticipated to hamper its growth, due to various side effects profonefos needs to be used very carefully. Research on genetoxic effect have proved the dangerous impact of profenofos on marine life well as other living beings. It effects the DNA of living species when come in contact with.

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Profenofos, being primarily used as pesticide, is mainly consumed by agriculture based economies of the world. Developing economies like India and Bangladesh who are mainly dependent on agriculture are anticipated to be large markets for profenofos during the upcoming years. Smaller countries in African continent with high agricultural areas are also anticipated to generate high demand for prefenofos.

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          Bangladesh- Protests of Students: Need for Caution?       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Paper No. 6405     Dated 9-Aug-2018
By Dr. S.Chandrasekharan
 
A bad motor accident involving the death of two students, followed by violent protests by students, inept handling of the protests by the Government and an indiscreet statement by the shipping and transport minister making light of the accident- all added up to an explosive situation in Dhaka and other major cities in Bangladesh.  And this was when the parties were gearing up for National elections towards the end of the year!
 
Inept Government Response:
 
The Government was certainly taken aback by the spontaneity and the rapid spread of the protests in other major cities, but it did not crown itself with glory when it allowed its student wing- the BCL and other pro government vigilantes to take on the students.  Worse still, some journalists including photo journalists were assaulted by unknown thugs who evidently were supporting the government.
 
Dhaka is notorious for chaotic traffic and accidents are common.  But this accident involving the death of two students by two buses racing against each other was too sensitive and serious to ignore and steps should have been taken to pacify the students on the one hand by accepting their demands immediately and urgent steps taken to sort out the traffic mes-, indeed action on a war footing should have been taken.  Instead, the Shipping Minister with his quirky response made matters worse.
 
The Incident:
 
It all began when a mad race between two buses for passengers took place near the ramp of the airport flyover road near the Armed Forces Medical College in Kurmitole, Dhaka.  One of the drivers slammed the brakes near the flyover to take on the students who were about to board.  At that time, the second bus racing with the first one ploughed into the crowd of students, killing two of them immediately and injuring nine others. Passengers of the second bus which rammed into the first had to climb out through the windows to get out of the bus.
 
The two students killed- Karim and Mimi belonged to the Shaheed Ramiz Uddin Cantonment College.  Immediately after the incident, students of the College went on a rampage,  vandalizing over 100 vehicles on that busy street in the capital.  The students kept the road blocked for over two overs.
 
What infuriated the students were the thoughtless remarks of the Shipping Minister Shah Jahan Khan who when asked about the incident gave a counter question - He said- “A road crash has claimed 33 lives in India’s Maharashtra- but do they talk about it like the way we do?  As one tweeted in the face book- it was “weird, lack of humanity and lack of conscience”
 
For the next seven days the students continued to protest not only in Dhaka but also in other major cities like Savar, Chittagong, Rajshahi, Narayanganj, Moulvi Bazar, Natore and Mirpur where the protests spread like wild fire.
 
For some days, particularly on 4th and 5th  of August as someone in the Press had commented, Bangladesh had remained a “ Student’s Republic” and not a People’s Republic.    Students in their uniforms braving sun and rain managed the traffic movement in Dhaka.  They were polite- but barred the drivers without licence, under-aged drivers, obstructed vehicles on the wrong lanes or those making illegal U turns.  Some VIPs were also caught violating the traffic rules! 
 
The public supported the students and surprisingly even parents and guardians joined the students in their protests!
 
Consider some of the statistics regarding vehicles in Bangladesh:
 
* Registered Vehicles                        3.5 million
* Unregistered Vehicles                     2 million
* Driving Licenses                             2.639 million
* Professional Driving Licences        1.215 million
 
One million vehicles are supposed to obtain annual fitness clearance but only 650,00 have taken the certificates.  Locally made illegal three wheelers continue to ply on the roads despite High Court orders banning them.  Many of the drivers are as young as 14 or 15.
 
One regular Observer had said that unregistered vehicles rule the Highways in the country and there is total disregard for road safety.
 
Response of the Government- Not Adequate:
 
The Government did the right thing by accepting the nine point demand of the Students and the educational institutions were also closed.  But there it ended.  There was no proper assurance or action on an emergency basis. Instead the Security forces used disproportionate force and what is worse used party and Student and Youth Vigilantes to counter the protests which only brought in more sympathy for the students and not surprisingly, it brought in international criticism.
 
The Government should have realised that the students were out-
 
* Because the State had failed to ensure safe roads for the people.
 
* Because no concrete assurance came from Government for eight days after the Incident.
 
* The State Machinery was not  patient enough.
 
UN Interferes:
 
The UN Agencies and other western countries who were only waiting to issue statements against the government- made a strong plea against violence.  The UN statement called on all parties “to keep everyone, including children and young people safe on the roads and safe from any kind of violence.  In supporting the cause of the students, the statement said that “ Students and young people have a legitimate right to speak out on an issue of concern to them including road safety and to have their opinions heard without the threat of violence”.  By commenting on an internal situation, the UN had certainly exceeded its brief.  The US embassy is also believed to have issued a similar statement.
 
 Politicization should be Expected:
 
In the run up to the national elections, the ruling party is in a strong position in having won all the recent mayoral elections in the strongholds of the opposition except the one at Sylhet.  The opposition party BNP is in disarray with its leader in jail and the party that is being managed by remote control from London has its limitations.  
 
The Awami League should have handled the student’s protests with caution and patience.  Instead it used strong arm methods that would affect the party’s chances in the long run.  The protests should not have been allowed to spread and longer it goes there is the possibility of more people from all walks of life joining it.  Other parties cannot be blamed when they see the Government being embarrassed.
 
Obaidul Quader, the General Secretary of ruling Awami League who is also the road, transport and bridges Minister said- “Vested interests have extended political support to the students’ movement into anti Government protest.”  In election time the opposition parties are expected to join and make it a political movement and the Government should therefore have been more sensitive and acted with alacrity!
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Hi Jocelyn. Myself and a friend are planning to do Langtang in November as well. Our itinerary is similar to you, however we were planning to start the trek from Mid-november. I am from Bangladesh and have done ABC and Mardi Himal Base camp in Nepal- the latter done without a guide or porter. Were also intending to do Langtang (up to Tsergo Ri) without guides or porters as well. Buzz me of you'd like to join forces :) Regards- Wasiq
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Pyramide Films is handling worldwide sales on Rubaiyat Hossain’s “Made In Bangladesh.” It will also distribute the film locally in France. Featuring Bangladeshi theatre actors Rikita Shimu, Novera Rahman, Parvin Paru, Maya, Deepanita Martin and a cameo from India’s Shahana Goswami (“In The Shadows”), the film revolves around a young woman and her friends who […]
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          Myanmar to ICC: Rohingya jurisdiction request 'should be dismissed'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Myanmar said on Thursday a request by the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor to seek jurisdiction over suspected deportations of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangladesh was "meritless and should be dismissed".

          Dhaka-upplopp tecken på pressad demokrati      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Ett hundratal människor, många av dem barn och ungdomar, har skadats, journalister har förts bort och internet har inskränkts. De allvarliga sammandrabbningarna i Bangladesh kan vara en försmak inför valet i december, enligt en expert.


          Exposure to intimate partner violence and malnutrition among young adult Bangladeshi women: cross-sectional study of a nationally representative sample - Ferdos J, Rahman M.       Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
This study explores the relationship between malnutrition and intimate partner violence (IPV) among 1,086 young adult Bangladeshi women aged 15-24 years using a cross-sectional data from the 2007 Bangladesh Demographic Health Survey (BDHS). About one-third...
          Myanmar to ICC: Rohingya jurisdiction request 'should be dismissed'      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Myanmar said on Thursday a request by the International Criminal Court (ICC) prosecutor to seek jurisdiction over suspected deportations of Rohingya Muslims from Myanmar to Bangladesh was "meritless and should be dismissed".

          Mominul Haque under consideration for ODI spot      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BCB president Nazmul Hassan, who met Bangladesh coach Steve Rhodes in Dhaka, said Mominul Haque's 182 against Ireland A may open up an unlikely spot
          Ashraful eyes Bangladesh return as ban comes to an end      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Mohammad Ashraful believes he can represent Bangladesh again, with his five-year ban set to end later this week
          'We Are Dreaming of Justice.' Bangladeshi Students Demand Change After Traffic Deaths      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

'We Are Dreaming of Justice.' Bangladeshi Students Demand Change After Traffic DeathsWhat began as a road safety protest quickly coalesced into a wider movement against incompetent governance and corruption



          BUET Admission Result 2018-19      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BUET Admission Result 2018-19 will be found my website. Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) Admission Test for 1st-year BSc engineering course for academic session 2018-19 will be held on October 7, 2018. The date of admission test was fixed at the meeting of Academic Council 2018. BUET online admission application will start on 7th September ... Read more
          BUET Admission Notice 2018-19      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
BUET Admission Notice 2018-19 will be found my site. BUET Admission Result 2018 will be published 4th November 2018. Bangladesh University of Engineering and Technology (BUET) Admission Test for 1st-year BSc engineering course for academic session 2018-19 will be held on October 7, 2018. The date of admission test was fixed at the meeting of ... Read more
          Student Activists In Bangladesh Demanding Safer Roads After Bus Kills 2 People      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Copyright 2018 NPR. To see more, visit ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: In the capital of Bangladesh, thousands of students have been marching in the streets to demand safer roads. They've also set up checkpoints to enforce traffic laws that drivers in the city of Dhaka often ignore. The protests are an embarrassment for the ruling party in Bangladesh, and some government supporters have attacked the students manning these ad hoc traffic checkpoints. We talked to one student activist at Dhaka University and granted her anonymity because she's afraid of reprisals for speaking to the press. UNIDENTIFIED PERSON: Any bus can just run over us. Like, if the roads are not safe for us, if the government can't ensure the security of your life, then what can you expect from this government? So we were angered, and we were afraid. SHAPIRO: New York Times reporter Maria Abi-Habib has been covering this story and joins us now. Welcome. MARIA ABI-HABIB: Thank you for having me. SHAPIRO: How did these protests
          Over 250 activists, journalists demand immediate release of Bangladeshi photographer      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
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          Vietnam Mineral Powder Company      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
VMPC, the Viet Nam leading ultra-fine grinding pure Calcium Carbonate (CaCO3) Powder manufacturer produces particle size down to D97 = 4 µm with the capacity Of 300,000 tons/ year. VMPC’s power is used as additives for Paper, Painting, Plastic, Rubber Industry, Cosmetics, Decorating materials in building… VMPC, have established good & strategic partners in many countries like Indian, Thailand, Taiwan, Bangladesh, Korea, Japan,… VPMC’s CaCO3 processing plant locates in Yen Binh Industrial Zone, Yen Binh Dist, Yen Bai province with the area of 18000 m², 260km far from Hai Phong port which enables to conveniently transport by road, river & railway. VPMC is applying the Quality Management System in conformity with ISO 9001 – 2000, which enables to manufacture products with high & constant quality of any long-term mutual benefits.


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