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          Abstract's Guide To Amsterdam      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   
Ahead of this weekend's Appelsap festival...

From the Netherlands to the world, that's Abstract.

Crowned the best DJ in the country in 2016, the President - as he's known - went on to fly the Dutch flag at events across the world.

In demand as a solo artist, Abstract also operates as a member of the PATTA Soundsystem collective, one of the most highly rated groups in Dutch club culture.

Set to play Appelsap in the Dutch capital of Amsterdam, Abstract pieced together this guide to the city...

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Favourite restaurants...

New Draver. A Surinamese restaurant. It’s small and cozy. No reservations. You eat in or take out. Food is bless!

Umaimon. A ramen specialized restaurant on Leidseplein. They serve some sick ramen (cream based, soy bases, you name it) they also have this sick ramune drink called Melon Soda!

Takeichi is also really good. Also a ramen spot.

Favourite bars...

You can have some good drinks at Cannibale Royal. It’s a restaurant but they are open till late. You can order a long island skull. That’s a dangerous one but so good!

Kopstootbar is also a good one. It’s on Leidseplein. It’s like meeting point! Everybody goes there.

Also to Chicago Social Club (also on Leidseplein).

Must do/must see...

Go to Patta, Daily Paper, Smib/TNO/Bonne Suits. All brands/shops in and from Amsterdam. You can also find Stüssy which is in the same street as Patta and the Smib/TNO/Bonne Suits shop.

Hidden gems...

Duke of Tokyo. It’s a karaoke spot. They did a sick job with the decoration. It’s like you are in Tokyo for a bit. The rooms are named after places in Tokyo (Shibuya/Harajuku and more). Sing songs, eat chicken karaage and drink sake!

If people have one night out in Amsterdam where should they go?

It depends which day to be honest. During the week I would say one of the bars I mentioned before. From Thursday 'til Saturday you can go to Chicago Social Club, Bitterzoet, Jimmy Woo, Chin Chin Club.

Don't miss...

Melon Soda. This is a drink. You can get it at Umaimon (the Ramen Restaurant I mentioned). Best drink EVER! You can basically find me at Umaimon once a week drinking that!

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De groei van de inheemsen op de maatschappelijke ladder laat nog steeds heel wat te wensen over. De Amazone Partij Suriname (APS) zegt in een verklaring aan de vooravond van de viering van Internationale dag van de Inheemsen dat integer leiderschap en een versnelde bewustwording van de Surinaam ...
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Tot 2019, wanneer de stuwdam wordt overgedragen, zal Alcoa US$ 200 miljoen verdiend hebben aan stroom die het bedrijf te duur aan Suriname levert. Daarnaast zijn de bauxietreserves van honderden miljoenen tonnen voor minimaal vijf jaren gegijzeld door de multinational 'vanwege studies', geeft en ...
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If you're born in Tuesday and you're a female, you're called Abena .And a male is called Kwabena. Abena is truly Ghanaian
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Graciëlla Jozefzoon is de opvolger geworden van Geo Norden bij de Wegenautoriteit Suriname. Martin Misiedjan, die ondervoorzitter was van de raad van toezicht, is benoemd tot voorzitter. Hij heeft sinds april waargenomen als directeur van de Wegenautoriteit. Norden werd ontheven als direc ...
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          Caribbean hoops camp at UWISPEC      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Talented basketballers from here and across the region will be at the University of the West Indies Sport and Physical Education Centre (UWISPEC) in St Augustine this weekend, to showcase their skills hoping to get noticed by scouts at the College Exposure Camp hosted by Caribbean Hoops.

Now in its fourth year, the three-day camp according to coordinator Mario Davis, the aim is to provide young basketball players in the Caribbean the opportunity to be recruited by international college coaches and scouts.

Davis said, “The camp is used to provide exposure to local players as well as in the region. We sent out invitations to the different basketball federations and they in turn recommend and send players. This year, Suriname has eight players at the camp.”

This edition will see some 36 basketballers (boys and girls) bring their “game” looking to become student-athletes or even pursue a professional career in the sport.

Privy to see the local and regional talents in action are Jeff Dolan from JUCO Advocate Scouting Service, Wes Hinton from Next Up Recruits scouting service and coach Marcus King from Lee College will be attending.

“On Friday will be the skills assessment phase which will start at 10 am and will be run by The Lab Skills Elite coaches Johnathan Weekes, Stefan Dillon and Duane Virgil with assistance from Atiba De Leon of Tobago,” said Davis.

The camp will offer a high level of coaching and personal instruction, exposure to different styles of play, evaluation and feedback on skill level and suggestions for improvement.

The following day’s activities start at 1 pm with players competing in matches to display their skills in shooting, rebounding, passing and dribbling as well as their basketball “IQ”, so too on Sunday, starting at 10 am.

Participation in the exposure camp increases the likelihood of players earning scholarships to further their tertiary education as well as develop their basketball skill at the next level.

Over the years, some 20 basketballers have had their dreams realised including, in recent times, Tyrik Singh, who is at Daytona State College in Florida and Kadeem Grieg, who is at Ridgeview Prep in North Carolina.

          Latin America's fight to legalise abortion: the key battlegrounds      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

After Argentina rejected a bill to allow abortion in the first 14 weeks of pregnancy, hopes of reform now rest elsewhere

An estimated 6.5 million abortions take place across Latin America each year. Three-quarters of these procedures are unlawful, often performed in unsafe illegal clinics or at home.

Of 33 countries across Latin America and the Caribbean, only Cuba, Uruguay and Guyana permit elective abortions. Women also have the right to choose in Mexico City. Elsewhere, however, the right to an abortion is severely restricted, with terminations often permitted in cases of rape, or if the pregnancy will endanger the life of the mother. Nicaragua, Honduras, El Salvador, the Dominican Republic, Haiti and Suriname all have a complete ban on abortion.

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          Weigert mij extra leefgeld te geven voor openbaar vervoer en onderdak      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Vanaf 12 juli 2018 ben ik verhuisd van Zaandam naar Antwerpen, België. Ik moet regelmatig terug naar Nederland om mijn zaken af te handelen en Humanitas weigert mij extra leefgeld te geven voor de trein en voor de bus. Ook extra leefgeld voor een abonnement voor vervoer in Antwerpen weigert Humanitas mij. Ik heb tiestemming van mijn uitkeringsinstanties om te remigreren naar Suriname. Humanitas weigert om mij mijn geld te geven om te renoveren. Ik wil van het beschermingsbewind af omdat ik het niet heb aangevraagd. Het is een frauduleuze aanvraag ingediend onder bedreiging en kidnapping van mijn persoon. Ik wil er van af en liefst zo snel mogelijk.

          ANÁLISE: Apesar da derrota, 'maré verde' argentina pode ecoar na América Latina      Cache   Translate Page   Web Page Cache   

Avanços para a legalização do aborto ainda são lentos e caminham para a descriminalização. Manifestante a favor da legalização do aborto reage à rejeição do projeto no Senado argentino'' Reuters/Marcos Brindicci Ativistas contrários ao aborto comemoraram como se fosse um gol a rejeição do projeto de lei que legalizaria a prática, deixando as mulheres argentinas à mercê da legislação de 1921, que proíbe a interrupção voluntária da gravidez. E também em situação semelhante à de 97% de suas vizinhas latino-americanas. Mas, na Argentina do século XXI e do Papa Francisco, o placar apertado e a grande mobilização são indicativos de que nada será como antes. Apesar de proibido, o aborto ganha força como um dos temas dominantes da campanha presidencial do próximo ano. E o governo Macri já cogita incluir a sua descriminalização no projeto de reforma do Código Penal que enviará ainda este mês ao Congresso. Toda vez que o aborto consegue romper resistências e entrar na agenda legislativa, o debate viraliza, mobilizando os dois campos, independentemente da nacionalidade. Esta semana, mulheres latino-americanas buscaram inspiração na maré verde argentina, tentando fazer com que o movimento ecoasse em seus países. Numa região em que o peso do conservadorismo encontra na Igreja seu maior aliado, apenas Uruguai, Cuba e Guiana permitem o aborto, que pode ser realizado até a 12ª semana também em Porto Rico e na Cidade do México. A interrupção da gravidez é terminantemente proibida em El Salvador, Honduras, Haiti, Nicarágua, República Dominicana e Suriname. Oito países permitem que ocorra apenas para salvar a vida da mulher. Ativistas antiaborto comemoram rejeição do projeto no senado argentino Agustin Marcarian/Reuters Os avanços, contudo, ocorrem lentamente. A legislação chilena foi flexibilizada no ano passado, liberando a prática em casos de má formação do feto, de perigo da vida para a mãe e de gravidez decorrente de estupro. No Brasil, o debate ainda ressoa mais no Judiciário do que no Congresso. O STF encerrou esta semana as audiências públicas para debater a ação impetrada pelo PSOL pedindo para que o aborto não seja mais considerado crime se feito até a 12ª semana. Ainda não há prazo para a relatora, ministra Rosa Weber, preparar o voto ou pedir a sua inclusão na pauta de julgamento do plenário do Supremo. A proibição do aborto não reduziu o número de intervenções. Ao contrário, segundo relatório da Organização Mundial de Saúde, incrementou a prática clandestina, pondo em risco a saúde da mulher. Mas, por enquanto, a descriminalização, que exime a mulher de ser presa por praticar o aborto, ainda parece ser o atalho para a legalização do aborto na América Latina. Arte/G1

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