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          8 Personas que fueron arrestadas por cosas que publicaron en Facebook      Cache   Translate Page      

Ten cuidado con lo que escribes o compartes en Facebook, muchas personas se han metido en problemas con la justicia: 1. El rapero con letras terroristas Cameron D’Ambosio fue un aspirante a rapero que decidió llamar la atención, componiendo una canción sobre los ataques terroristas en la maratón de Bostón que decía: “Una bomba en Boston, esperen a verla, me convertiré en un gran rapero y todas las denuncias vendrán a mi”. La policía lo arrestó por esto durante varios meses, hasta que se comprobó que él sólo quería llamar la atención. 2. El hombre que se quejaba mucho en Facebook Mark Byron fue un hombre que durante su divorcio, se quejó muchas veces sobre su ex-esposa, denunciando que ella había manipulado todo y lo único que quería era arruinarle la vida. La mujer presentó estos cientos de estados de Facebook y el juez lo condenó a 2 años de cárcel a menos que se disculpara públicamente. Mark decidió disculparse. 3. La mujer que chocó ebria y lo publicó en Facebook Paula Asher fue una mujer que decidió conducir ebria y chocó a otro auto lleno de adolescentes. Horas después del incidente, ella decidió publicar en Facebook: “Soy una tonta, estuve conduciendo ebria y choqué un auto JAJAJA”. La policía la encontró y la arrestó durante dos días. 4. La mujer que envió muchos toques a su ex-amiga Shannon D. Jackson fue una mujer que tenía una orden de alejamiento por parte de Dana M. Hannah, la misma le prohibía tener cualquier tipo de contacto con la afectada y ella no encontró otra forma de molestarla que enviándole “toques” por Facebook. La policía de Tennessee decidió arrestarla y advertirle que si seguía haciéndolo, podía ir a la cárcel por un año. 5. El gamer que fue arrestado por un comentario Justin Carter fue un gamer que fue arrestado debido a un comentario que hizo en la comunidad de “League of Legends” luego de haber perdido una partida. Carter escribió: “Creo que iré a disparar a un Kindergarten, ver la sangre inocente correr y comerme uno de sus corazones” La justicia pidió 500 mil dólares de fianza para su liberación y su padre tuvo que organizar varias colectas para poder liberar a su hijo. 6. El hombre que envió a la cárcel a su ex que estaba tratando de enviarlo a la cárcel David Voelkert fue un hombre que recibió una extraña solicitud de amistad por parte de una chica llamada Jessica Studebaker. Cuando empezaron a hablar, David se dio cuenta de que se trataba su ex-esposa tratando de incriminarlo para quedarse con la custodia de sus hijos. David empezó a decirle que se había enamorado de ella y que planeaba matar a su ex-esposa y huir con sus hijos. David fue arrestado por unos días, hasta que presentó un documento donde decía que él mentiría para demostrar que su esposa quería arruinarle la vida ante la justicia. David quedó libre de cargos y su ex-esposa fue sentenciada a prisión. 7. El adolescente que se burlaba de las niñas desaparecidas Matthew Woods fue a la cárcel durante 3 meses, debido a que empezó a crear chistes y memes sobre Madeleine McCann y su terrible desaparición. El adolescente enfureció tanto a la gente que terminaron denunciándolo. 8. El hombre que deseó la muerte de los políticos Muhammad Ruhul Amin fue un ciudadano de Bangladesh que empezó a comentar en videos de accidentes automovilísticos: “¿Por qué no le pasa esto al Primer Ministro?” Las leyes en Bangladesh son muy estrictas y no toleran este tipo de amenazas, así que lo sentenciaron a 6 meses de prisión y 1 año de restricción a Internet.  

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          'Floating Schools' Make Sure Kids Get To Class When The Water Rises      Cache   Translate Page      
On the Atrai River in the northwest of Bangladesh, a small beige boat is tied up in tall grass that lines the riverbank. The interior of the boat is packed with narrow benches which in turn are jammed with children. There are 29 students in this third-grade class and it would be hard to fit any more into the narrow vessel. The kids sit shoulder-to-shoulder facing a blackboard at the back of the boat. When the teacher asks for a volunteer to recite a multiplication table, 8-year-old Nila Khatun's hand shoots straight toward the unpainted ceiling. She leads the class in a chant that begins with "6 times 1 equals 6" in Bengali. They end with "6 times 9 equals 54." Educators in Bangladesh have a problem. Not only do they face many of the same challenges as teachers in other resource-poor countries — funding constraints, outdated textbooks, overcrowded classrooms — they also have to worry about monsoon rains. Flooding is so common in Bangladesh that students often can't get to the classroom
          Comment on Jamaica Tallawahs vs St Kitts and Nevis Patriots Today Match Prediction by MADE IN BANGLADESH      Cache   Translate Page      
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          La industria textil ya produce más en Portugal que en China      Cache   Translate Page      

Las etiquetas del Made in China comienzan a descoserse de las prendas que producen las marcas ourensanas. A cambio proliferan las que acreditan la fabricación en Portugal. Así lo demuestran los datos de la Agencia Tributaria que auditan las expediciones internacionales de las empresas. La modificación de la tendencia ha sido paulatina, y se aprecia con nitidez en los últimos cinco años. La industria textil ourensana encargó en el 2012 prendas a China por valor de 56 millones de euros, pero en el pasado ejercicio la cifra había caído hasta los 28 millones.
Mientras, la confección importada a Portugal ha mantenido una línea estable, con un ligero crecimiento al pasar en el mismo periodo de 33 millones a 35 millones. Es decir, la confección lusa es ya la principal proveedora internacional de la moda ourensana. 
Producir en China ya no resulta tan barato y hacerlo en Portugal compensa por razón de proximidad y porque los costes de fabricación son "más asumibles" que en España. Rubén Vázquez, experto en comercio internacional indica que "esta situación viene motivada por la progresiva deslocalización de las fabricas subcontratadas por las principales firmas ourensanas por una cuestión de ventaja comparativa en costes".
Sin embargo, Asia sigue siendo una zona apetecible para producir. En el año 2012 los encargos de ropa a los talleres de Bangladesh apenas supusieron 700.000 euros pero en el 2017 ya habían subido hasta los 3 millones de euros. Y es que la industria bengalí está creciendo de forma espectacular y hacia allí mira también el textil ourensano. Pero, el sector también hace sus encargos en otras zonas europeas. Un país tan maduro en el gremio de la moda como Italia es el tercer proveedor de las prendas ourensanas, con unas ventas de 13,3 millones de euros el año pasado, por lo tanto ocupando el tercer lugar entre los importadores.

COMPRAS TOTALES
Las compras de la industria textil ourensana el pasado ejercicio se elevaron  a 108 millones de euros. En las importaciones que hacen todas las empresas de todos los sectores desde China el peso de la industria de la confección es determinante ya que más de la mitad de las operaciones formalizadas con el gigante asiático se llevan a cabo en este gremio. 


          Bombardier vend trois Q400 à Biman Bangladesh Airlines      Cache   Translate Page      
Bombardier a annoncé lundi la vente de trois avions Q400 à la compagnie Biman Bangladesh Airlines. Si le prix courant a été respecté, la valeur de cette commande est d'environ 106 millions $ US (139 millions $). (Agence QMI)

          New projects promise faster, cheaper India-Bangladesh rail       Cache   Translate Page      
The two projects will improve rail transport across Bangladesh, a more-direct route, with time and expense savings likely for shippers. Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. The prime ministers of Bangladesh and India Monday, via a video conference, marked the start of the construction on two rail projects, increasing hope that trade between the...
          Nieuwe Bombardiers voor airline uit Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page      

Biman Bangladesh Airlines heeft een bestelling geplaatst voor drie nieuwe Bombardiers bij de Canadese vliegtuigbouwer, zo meldt Bombardier. Bestelling De bestelling voor Biman Bangladesh Airlines, de nationale luchtvaartmaatschappij van Bangladesh, bestaat uit drie Bombardier Q400’s. De gezamenlijke catalogusprijs voor de drie turboprop-toestellen bedraagt 106 miljoen dollar (91,37 miljoen euro). Vloot In de 11 vliegtuigen-tellende vloot …

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          Tele Caller Executive - Tirupati Trading Company - Shiliguri, West Bengal      Cache   Translate Page      
*Job Summary* *Job Description* * Outbound Sales Calls in India, Nepal, Bangladesh. * Managing Excel Sheets * Staying in touch with customers on Social Media... ₹5,000 - ₹8,000 a month
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          Pest Control Fumigation Service in Dhaka      Cache   Translate Page      

In Dhaka, the city of Bangladesh how many pest control service providers are there? and does any of them provide fumigation service, we will learn about what is fumigation service, how does it work.


          9/13/2018: TIMES NATION: NRC Bogey      Cache   Translate Page      

In poll-bound Rajasthan, BJP president Amit Shah has once again defended the National Register of Citizens (NRC) exercise in Assam and vowed to expel all Bangladeshi ‘infiltrators’. It will be recalled that the final draft list of the NRC released in...
          Comment on 100 Bangladeshi Nationals Apprehended Near Texas Border in 3 Weeks by b.a. freeman      Cache   Translate Page      
Judging from what is happening in their home country, that possibility [that jihadis are sneaking in] must be considered and investigated fully. --- nah, no problem here; they just want to open 7-11s. it's racist to think otherwise! let's see; 600 to 700 this year, plus 181 last year. do U think it's possible that they could bring in a nuke in 781 pieces? maybe they can bring in duplicates of a lot of the parts, so that if somebody gets caught, he can just dump it, and the stupid kuffar are none the wiser. whoops, silly me! ICE caught them *all*, right? they *must* have! from the muslim perspective, the guys carrying the U235 or Pu235 in get a free pass to jannah from allah when they croak from radiation poisoning, plus they get the satisfaction of killing millions of kuffar. hard combination to beat when U're a pious muslim. f**king treasonous leftists; the blood is on their hands.
          Bangladesh cuts export tax on RMG manufacturers      Cache   Translate Page      
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          AIGLE, Switzerland -- Olympic bronze medallist and three-time world time trial champi      Cache   Translate Page      
AIGLE, Switzerland -- Olympic bronze medallist and three-time world time trial champion Michael Rogers of Australia has tested positive for clenbuterol after racing in China. Jordan Akins Texans Jersey . The International Cycling Union said Wednesday that Rogers is provisionally suspended while his national federation investigates the case. Rogers tested positive for clenbuterol, which helps build muscle and burn fat, at the Japan Cup on Oct. 20. The previous week Rogers rode to an 11th-place finish at the five-day Tour of Beijing. Widespread use of clenbuterol in livestock farming in China and Mexico has made those countries a well-known risk for athletes as it is easier to ingest the substance there. Rogers told his employer, Team Saxo-Tinkoff, that "he never ingested the substance knowingly nor deliberately and fears that the adverse analytical finding origins from a contaminated food source," the team said in a statement. Clenbuterol is the substance Alberto Contador tested positive for at the 2010 Tour de France. Contador could not prove his claim at the Court of Arbitration for Sport that he ate contaminated beef. He was stripped of his victory and served a two-year ban. Rogers joined Contador at Saxo-Tinkoff last season from Team Sky, where he rode in support of 2012 Tour winner Bradley Wiggins. Rogers left Sky after being named in evidence in the Lance Armstrong case as working with the Americans favoured doctor Michele Ferrari around 2005. In 2012, Rogers was upgraded to bronze in the time trial at the 2004 Athens Olympics when the IOC disqualified race winner Tyler Hamilton of the United States for doping. Rogers won three straight world titles in the discipline from 2003 to 05. The UCI awarded him the first title after British winner David Millar admitted doping. Aaron Colvin Texans Jersey . LOUIS -- The St. Martinas Rankin Texans Jersey . Catch the game on TSN starting at 7pm et/4pm pt. You can also listen to all the action live on TSN 1050 at 7pm et. The Knicks are two games behind the Atlanta Hawks for the eighth seed in the Eastern Conference race. http://www.nfltexansproauthentic.com/ .The Canadiens will visit the Boston Bruins at Gillette Stadium in Foxborough, Mass., on New Years Day 2016, taking hockeys oldest rivalry outside.It was special in 2010 just to be there with the history behind Fenway Park and all that, Bruins centre Patrice Bergeron said.FIFA vice-president Victor Montagliani believes an expanded World Cup is inevitable. World footballs governing body is considering expanding the World Cup to 48 teams and will make a decision by 2017, according to its president Gianni Infantino.The Italian suggested that 16 of those teams would go home after just one knockout match, and the remainder of the tournament would be played, as now, with a 32-team group stage, followed by a knockout phase. FIFA, which governs 211 nations, who all take part in World Cup qualifying, is expected to decide on the format for the 2026 tournament early next year.I think its obvious its not going to stay at 32 for 2026. I think its going to change, said Canadian Montagliani who was elected CONCACAF president earlier this year, following the disgraced Jeffrey Webb as leader of North American, Central American and Caribbean football.If we listened to traditionalists wed still have a 16-team World Cup. And there is a balance. You dont want 211 countries in a World Cup either.But the reality is that the World Cup is such a strong brand and inspires a lot of hope and inspiration in countries.For them just to dream about it, never mind get a piece of it, provides a lot of groundswell in those countries to promote the game.I think its an opportunity and I think the presidents right to really look at it.Should it expand? I think the answer is probably yes. I think now is, Whats the format? FIFA vice-president Victor Montagliani expects World Cup format to change Montagliani also suggested football might still be blighted by corruption if Russia and Qatar had not been chosen to host the next two World Cups.Russia will host the next tournament in 2018 and Qatar the 2022 event, with both nations winning the right in a controversial vote almost six years ago.Since the December 2010 awarding, corruption has been exposed in the global game, with then-FIFA president Sepp Blatter among those now banned. Custom Texans Jerseys. Montagliani, speaking at the Leaders in Sport conference in London, said: If Russia and Qatar wouldnt have got these World Cups, would we be in this situation now with an opportunity to clean the game? Russia will host the 2018 World Cup I think that was the starting point and the tipping point for certain things to happen. If England and the US had got the World Cup, maybe we wouldve had status quo.Im just wondering if the authorities that have stepped up their involvement in the game wouldve done that if the choices had been a bit different.Maybe the best thing that happened in football was Russia and Qatar. Watch NOW TV Watch Sky Sports for £6.99. No contract. CONCACAF has struggled with corruption perhaps more than any other of FIFAs six confederations, with Montagliani seeking to address the troubles and the image with the appointment of a first chief compliance officer and a potential re-naming of the organisation.No longer can a president or anyone else do things on a wink and a nod, Montagliani said.Right now [re-naming CONCACAF] is an idea. Were looking at it.As an organisation you always have to look to change. Your brand or your name should not be exclusive of that.Part of it is the history, but part of it is also can we maximise in terms of leveraging a new brand and a new name.You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: Infantino proposes 48 teams Transfer centre Get a day pass Live on Sky Cheap Chargers Jerseys Cheap Browns Jerseys Cheap Texans Jerseys Cheap Ravens Jerseys Cheap Panthers Jerseys Cheap Jets Jerseys Cheap Titans Jerseys Cheap Chiefs Jerseys Cheap Bills Jerseys Cheap Colts Jerseys Cheap Cardinals Jerseys Cheap Buccaneers Jerseys Cheap Rams Jerseys Cheap Jaguars Jerseys Cheap Falcons Jerseys Cheap Bengals Jerseys ' ' '
          N. Korean, Park Jin-Hyok Charged With Global Cyber Attacks      Cache   Translate Page      
By: Denise Simon | Founders Code U.S. CHARGES NORTH KOREAN HACKER Federal prosecutors charged a North Korean man, Park Jin-Hyok, with crimes in connection with a series of costly cyber attacks around the globe, including the WannaCry ransomware attack in 2018, the heist of Bangladesh’s central bank in 2017, and the hack of Sony Pictures [...]
          Earthquake Hits Assam, J&K and Haryana, Tremors Felt across Northeast, West Bengal and Bihar      Cache   Translate Page      

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A magnitude 5.3 on the Richter Scale hit Assam on Wednesday mmorning at around 10:20 AM. Tremors were felt across the Northeast as well as in West Bengal Bangladesh and Bihar. According to locals in Guwahati, the tremors lasted for about 8-12 seconds.

Earlier on Wednesday morning at around 5:15 AM an earthquake of magnitude 4.6 on the Richter scale hit Jammu and Kashmir. Another quake of magnitude 3.1 hit the Jhajjar district of Haryana at 5:43 AM according to ANI.

No loss of life or any damage to property has been reported.

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          100 Bangladeshi Nationals Apprehended Near Texas      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Narayana Hrudayalaya gains 2% on partnership with Imperial Hospital, Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page      
Narayana Hrudayalaya gains 2% on partnership with Imperial Hospital, Bangladesh The 350 bedded unit of Imperial Hospital being set-up in Chittagong, Bangladesh on a revenue sharing basis.
          Papa Francisc spune că şi-ar dori să meargă în Japonia anul viitor      Cache   Translate Page      
Papa Francisc a spus miercuri că i-ar plăcea să meargă în Japonia anul viitor, devenind astfel al doilea suveran pontif care vizitează această ţară, informează Reuters şi AFP. Suveranul pontif a împărtăşit această dorinţă în cadrul unui discurs spontan rostit în faţa membrilor unei asociaţii religioase japoneze aflate în vizită la Vatican. Primind în audienţă în Cetatea Vaticanului o delegaţie a asociaţiei "Tensho Kenoh Shisetsu Kenshoukai", papa a făcut un anunţ care i-a luat prin surprindere pe oaspeţii din Ţara Soarelui Răsare: "Folosindu-mă de această vizită, aş vrea să vă anunţ voinţa mea de a vizita Japonia anul viitor. Sperăm să o putem realiza", a spus pontiful, citat de Radio Vatican. Dacă vizita se va realiza, călătoria apostolică în această ţară ar deveni a patra pe care papa Francisc o efectuează în estul continentului asiatic. În această regiune, papa a efectuat până acum o călătorie apostolică în Coreea de Sud (2014), una în Sri Lanka şi Filipine (2015) şi una în Myanmar şi Bangladesh (2017). Japonia a mai fost vizitată de papa Ioan Paul în 1981, în cadrul unui turneu în Asia. Audienţa privată a avut loc în biroul papal din Aula Paul al VI-lea înainte de audienţa generală cu mii de pelerini în Piaţa San Pietro. Asociaţia "Tensho Kenoh Shisetsu Kenshoukai" promovează proiecte de cultură şi solidaritate şi a fost înfiinţată în amintirea primei misiuni diplomatice japoneze în Europa, organizată de părinţii iezuiţi prezenţi în Japonia în 1585. Patru tineri creştini japonezi au sosit atunci la Roma, însoţiţi de câţiva misionari iezuiţi, ca să-l viziteze pe papa Grigore al XIII-lea. Călătoria acestei "delegaţii" nu a fost lipsită de peripeţii, după cum arată şi durata neobişnuită a acesteia: opt ani. AGERPRES/(AS-autor: Simona Tatu, editor: Mariana Ionescu, editor online: Gabriela Badea)
           Kent State University Freshman Class Sets Enrollment Records Following Top Year for Graduates      Cache   Translate Page      

From snow-capped mountains in Alaska to the tropical beaches of Hawaii to the South Korean countryside and palatial modern architecture in Oman, a diverse collage of students from around the country and the world has descended on campus. Together, they make up Kent State University’s robust student body, comprising more than 38,000 students from all 50 states and 100 countries.

The 2018 freshman class arrives as the largest for the Kent Campus in university history. With 4,363 students, this class has 100 more students than a year ago and topped the previous record high from in 2016.

The academic quality of this new class also reached record highs with an average 3.4 high school grade point averages (GPA) and an average ACT score score of 23.5. Nearly half of these new freshmen arrive with more than 16 college credits -- the equivalent of a full semester -- from courses they completed in high school.

This high-achieving class follows a record year for Kent State’s graduates who earned 5,758 baccalaureate degrees for the 2017-18 academic year, surpassing the previous  year’s record and nearly doubling the number of baccalaureate degrees awarded in 2000.

Freshman Katie Applequist chose Kent State for many reasons, including following in the footsteps of a special family member.

“I initially looked into Kent State because of the good reputation I’d heard and the fact that my great grandmother graduated from Kent Normal School in 1930,” Ms. Applequist said. “Once I toured a few times and saw that the reputation of a nice campus, good food, a good honors and education program, and nice people wasn’t just talk, I was excited to begin my journey as a Golden Flash.”

In addition to the growing number of freshman students, the number of out-of-state students rose nearly 10 percent this year. The number of first-generation students also rose, up nearly 7 percent compared to last year.

Elijah Kirkland-Boyce, from the Pittsburgh area, is the first in his family to attend college. Now in his junior year, Mr. Kirkland-Boyce is pursuing a degree in athletic training in Kent State’s College of Education, Health and Human Services.

“I fell in love with the campus because it is so beautiful,” Mr. Kirkland-Boyce said. “Kent State wasn’t far away from home, but it was just far enough.”

The class size for underrepresented freshmen is also setting records as one of the largest in history, and the success gap between underrepresented and non-underrepresented is closing with the help of improved retention rates, up nearly a percentage point. Kent State’s University College offers academic diversity outreach and student support programs to help students explore majors, engage in the campus community, receive academic assistance and ultimately graduate.

Jordan Wilkins took part in Academic STARS, a six-week cultural transition and retention program designed for newly admitted African-American, Latin American, Hispanic, Native American and multiracial freshmen.

“The program helped me understand the significance of being African-American and my history,” said Mr. Wilkins, who graduated in May. “I never lost sight of why I was at Kent State in the first place.”

This year’s freshman class is also seeing an increase in international students. Students on the Kent Campus come from countries such as China, Saudi Arabia, India, Oman, Nepal, South Korea, Bangladesh, Canada and Nigeria – to name a few. The number of students enrolled at Kent State Florence in Italy is also trending up, just as classes get underway at the American Academy, a new partnership between Kent State and Pontifical Catholic University of Paraná (PUCPR), a major university in Brazil, for students who want a global experience while earning their degree.

Additional areas of enrollment growth include a spike in undergraduate and graduate students in Kent State’s College of Architecture and Environmental Design and the College of Public Health.

Enrollment on the campuses of Kent State University at Ashtabula, Kent State University at Trumbull and Kent State University at Tuscarawas also improved.

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          Comment on 100 Bangladeshi Nationals Apprehended Near Texas Border in 3 Weeks by R. Arandas      Cache   Translate Page      
From what I hear, apparently illegal immigration from Bangladesh is a huge problem in India as well, millions have poured into West Bengal (although Bengal itself was once Indian land).
          Rodkast #212 – Tales From The Mud Hut      Cache   Translate Page      

We have an update on the fate of our cassette tapes and CDs! Plus, we found some old pictures of Bart and Sven, leading to stories of Sven’s past in Bangladesh. We also get into “Paul Flart” and his recent firing, as well as Henry Cavill leaving the DCEU. You can purchase your V-Hay-P package […] More

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          9/13/2018: SPORT: BANGLADESH FOCUSED ON VICTORY AND NOT REVENGE      Cache   Translate Page      

Bangladesh will not be driven by any desire for revenge when they come up against their Chandika Hathurusinghe in the Asia Cup opener in Dubai on Saturday. According to Bangladesh opener Tamim Iqbal, the team only feel affection towards their former...
          9/13/2018: NEWS THE LAST PAGE: WORLD'S SMALLEST HARDEST      Cache   Translate Page      
Across 1. Bank record (abbr) (4) 5. Halting word (4) 6. An idiot (sl) (4) 7. N Am moth (4) Down 1. Welsh ode (4) 2. A cream bun (4) 3. To preserve with salt (4) 4. Currency of Bangladesh (4)
          63 Poets and Writers from Bangladesh against the Arrest of progressives intellectuals from India!      Cache   Translate Page      


(On 31 August, a statement was issued with the demand of unconditional release of the Poets, writers, and intellectuals detained in India. This was read on the stage in a ceremony during the ‘Poetry of Block Hour’. 63 signatures were read out during the ceremony)
The present Indian ruling Awadh Hindutva fascist Narendra Modi government has launched a country-wide campaign to suppress poets, writers, human rights activists, intellectuals, journalists, and any organization that is engaged in the struggle for the overall liberation of the oppressed, deprived, and oppressed people of India. In the cities of Hyderabad, Mumbai, Poona, Delhi and other cities, on August 28, the police forces raided the homes of progressives and intellectuals and arrested many of them. Among them are revolutionary poets, Comrade Bharvara Rao, journalist Vernon Gonsalves, writer Arun Ferrera, lawyer Sushan Abraham, social activist Gautam Navlakha, and People’s Union of Civil Liberties activist Sudha Bharadwaj.
Poets and writers presented at the “Poetry of Block Hour” condemn the fascist behavior of the Indian government and immediately demanded the unconditional release of the detainees.
The poets also condemned the oppression of the government on the freedom of expression and publicity of the people of Bangladesh, and the poets and writers also strongly urge the people including intellectuals and journalists to join the struggle for cancellation of all the black rule, including Article 57. Only this will begin to establish freedom of expression.
Source : http://www.redspark.nu/en/peoples-war/63-poets-and-writers-from-bangladesh-against-the-arrest-of-progressives-intellecutals-from-india/

          Tender notice of office rental      Cache   Translate Page      
Bangladesh Sugar And Food Industries Corporation has invited tenders for"Tender notice of office rental" Ref no:Arog/Administration/Notice/2018-19/21 Deadline:02 October 2018 at 12:00 Please check attached bidding documents for more details.
          Myanmars Suu Kyi: Vi kunne have håndteret Rakhine bedre      Cache   Translate Page      
Siden august sidste år er 700.000 rohingyaer flygtet fra delstaten Rakhine i Myanmar til Bangladesh.
          Thủ tướng Nguyễn Xuân Phúc tiếp Bộ trưởng Thương mại Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page      

Sáng 13/9, tại Trụ sở Chính phủ, tiếp ông Tofail Ahmed, Bộ trưởng Thương mại Bangladesh, Thủ tướng Nguyễn Xuân Phúc đề nghị hai bên nỗ lực mạnh mẽ để biến tiềm năng thành kết quả hợp tác tốt đẹp trên lĩnh vực kinh tế, thương mại và đầu tư.

Thủ tướng Nguyễn Xuân Phúc chào mừng Bộ trưởng Thương mại Bangladesh đến Việt Nam dự Hội nghị WEF ASEAN; nêu rõ, quan hệ hữu nghị và hợp tác truyền thống hai nước đang phát triển tốt đẹp.

Việt Nam-Bangladesh có nhiều nét tương đồng, là hai nước có dân số tương đương và có nhiều điều kiện thuận lợi để phát triển thương mại. Thủ tướng cho rằng, sắp tới, hai bên cần bàn những giải pháp cụ thể để thúc đẩy hợp tác nhiều mặt tốt hơn nữa.

Về phần mình, Bộ trưởng Tofail Ahmed đánh giá Việt Nam luôn là “người bạn” tốt của Bangladesh; bày tỏ ấn tượng về những thành tựu nhiều mặt của Việt Nam.

Bộ trưởng cũng nhất trí cho rằng, Việt Nam và Bangladesh chia sẻ nhiều nét tương đồng về lịch sử, văn hóa. Hai nước đều có thế mạnh về xuất khẩu hàng dệt may và có thể hợp tác trong lĩnh vực này.



Việt Nam luôn là bạn hàng lớn của Bangladesh, do đó, Bangladesh mong muốn nâng kim ngạch thương mại song phương lên mức 2 tỷ USD/năm, Bộ trưởng Tofail Ahmed bày tỏ.

Hiện môi trường đầu tư của Bangladesh đang được cải thiện mạnh mẽ, là thời cơ cho các nhà đầu tư Việt Nam.

Trên cơ sở quan hệ chính trị hai nước tốt đẹp, Bộ trưởng mong muốn quan hệ kinh tế, thương mại và đầu tư phát triển mạnh thời gian tới.

Ghi nhận ý kiến của Bộ trưởng Tofail Ahmed, Thủ tướng Nguyễn Xuân Phúc cho rằng quy mô thương mại hai nước còn thấp so tiềm năng, do đó cả hai nước cần nỗ lực hơn nữa để đưa kim ngạch thương mại song phương tăng mạnh thời gian tới, trước mắt phấn đấu đạt con số 2 tỷ USD.

Thủ tướng đề nghị hai nước tạo thuận lợi cho các sản phẩm xuất khẩu thế mạnh của hai bên vào thị trường của nhau. Hai bên cần tăng cường giao lưu doanh nghiệp.

Phía Việt Nam muốn đầu tư vào Bangladesh trên các lĩnh vực như nông lâm ngư nhiệp, dệt may, công nghiệp và mong muốn Bangladesh tạo điều kiện hỗ trợ cho các doanh nghiệp Việt Nam làm ăn thuận lợi ở nước này.

Thủ tướng đề nghị hai bên nỗ lực mạnh mẽ để biến tiềm năng thành kết quả hợp tác tốt đẹp trên lĩnh vực kinh tế, thương mại và đầu tư./.


          'Myanmar response to Rohingya crisis could've been handled better'      Cache   Translate Page      
Myanmar's military response to the Rohingya crisis which drove 700,000 of the Muslim minority into Bangladesh "could have been handled better", the country's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi conceded Thursday.
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Publication date: 15 December 2018

Source: Forest Ecology and Management, Volume 430

Author(s): Md. Nabiul Islam Khan, Mithun Chandra Shil, Md. Salim Azad, Md. Nazmus Sadath, S.M. Feroz, Abdus Subhan Mollick

Abstract

Estimation of biomass carbon per unit area of forests or woodlands is of great concern to ecologists and forest managers considering global climate change scenarios. In the framework of this study, we intend to develop allometric models to predict stem volume and stand level carbon stocks in monoculture mahogany (Swietenia macrophylla King) plantations. It was also investigated that how stand density would influence stem volume allometric equations as well as carbon stocks per unit area. Results show that the two-variable model having less than 3% mean prediction errors (MPEs) is suitable for stem volume allometric equation, and two-variable or combined-variable models having less than 2% MPEs are equally suitable for allometric equations of stand level carbon stocks. It was also found that in S. macrophylla, stem volume allometric equations are not significantly influenced by stand density. We found that mean tree carbon (kg tree−1) in S. macrophylla decreases at a rate of −1.58 with increasing stand density and stand level carbon stocks (Mg ha−1) decreases at a rate of −0.58 with increasing stand density (trees ha−1). The biomass carbon stocks (aboveground + belowground) in S. macrophylla varried between 34.4 and 351.9 Mg ha−1 having a mean of 120.2 Mg ha−1. The allometric equations of stand level carbon stocks show influence of density, which is particularly prominent in the one-variable models, in contrast to the two- or combined-variable models. High precision estimate of stand level carbon stocks can be obtained using stand basal area multiplied by mean or maximum tree height. Our work also has implications on stand density management and the use of allometric equations in estimation of stem volume and carbon stocks.


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Trong khuôn khổ các sự kiện bên lề Hội nghị Diễn đàn kinh tế Thế giới về ASEAN (WEF ASEAN), Phó Thủ tướng, Bộ trưởng Ngoại giao Phạm Bình Minh đã có cuộc gặp song phương với Bộ trưởng Ngoại giao và Hợp tác Timor-Leste (Timo-Lét-xte) Dionisio Babo Soares (Đi-ô-ni-xi-ô Ba-bô Xoa-rét).
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A coordinated patrol between Myanmar and Bangladesh was conducted at the border mile posts 46 to 47 from 11 am to 12 noon on 11 September.


The Myanmar patrol was led by Police Inspector Zaw Lin Aung from No.5 Border Police sub-division (Aung Thabyae), Area 1, Maungtaw Township, and the Bangladesh patrol was led by officer Naib Subedar Md. Abdul Hannan of No. 11 Border Guards Bangladesh (BGB). Similarly, on the same day, another patrol between Myanmar and Bangladesh was conducted at the border mile posts 31 to 34 from 10:30 am to 11:35 am. The Myanmar patrol was led by Police Captain Aung Myo Zaw Lwin from No.1 Border Police sub-division (Taung Pyo), Area 3, Maungtaw Township, and the Bangladesh patrol was led by officer Naib Subedar Md. Ragfiqul Islam of No. 34 BGB.

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Photo: Police Force

Ref; The Global New Light of Myanmar


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ISLAMABAD: The Pakistan women's cricket team will travel to Bangladesh and will later play hosts to Australia in Malaysia, a Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) spokesman said Wednesday. Pakistan will play Bangladesh in four Twenty20 Internationals (October
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HANOI, Vietnam (AP) — Myanmar’s handling of its Rohingya Muslims, 700,000 of whom have fled to Bangladesh amid a brutal military campaign, could have been better, Nobel Peace Prize laureate and leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Thursday. Myanmar’s army is accused of mass rape, killings and setting fire to thousands of homes in the ...

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In a bid to boost bilateral trade between Assam and Bhutan, Chief Minister Sarbananda Sonowal on Wednesday inaugurated Indo-Bhutan Border Trade Centre at Darranga in Baksa.

The volume of trade between Assam and Bhutan, which has been going on since long, especially through the nine gates is expected to reach new heights.

Speaking on the occasion, the Chief Minister said that the trade centre would help the people of Baksa, Udalguri, Chirang and Kokrajhar to open new business with Bhutan.

In this context, he said that for the development of the State, especially in the BTAD districts, Centre has decided to construct 264-km roads. The Chief Minister also thanked both Bhutan and Bangladesh for opening their Consulates at Guwahati which has given renewed thrust to the relations with the neighbouring countries with Assam.

Sonowal said that newly-introduced Druk Air flight connecting Paro-Guwahati-Singapore would take India’s relation with the ASEAN countries to new heights. He also said that the State Government with the active support of the Central Government would revive the Rupsi Airport in Dhubri.

Sonowal also informed that for the educational development of Baksa district, State Government would set up a new provincial college to cater to the higher education demands of the students of the area.

Industries and Commerce Minister Chandra Mohan Patowary, while speaking on the occasion, said that the trade centre at Darranga besides strengthening the bilateral trade would help grow border trade in the areas.

- The Assam Tribune

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L'armée birmane aurait pu "mieux gérér" la crise des Rohingyas qui résulté dans l'exode au Bangladesh de 700 000 membres de cette minorité musulmane, a reconnu jeudi la dirigeante birmane.
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Vietnam_Myanmar_Suu_Kyi_55968In the face of global condemnation, Myanmar's leader and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday said that the handling of Rohingya Muslims, 700,000 of whom have fled to Bangladesh amid a brutal military campaign, could have been better, but still defended security forces from charges of civilian atrocities.
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The International Hockey Federation (FIH) and the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games organising committee have revealed the Pools and Match Schedule for the Hockey events where Australia will compete. To view the full match schedule, click here. In the women’s competition, Pool A includes Argentina, Austria, India, South Africa, Uruguay and Vanuatu, while Pool B involves Australia, China, Mexico, Namibia, Poland and Zimbabwe. In the men’s event, Argentina, Malaysia, Mexico, Poland, Vanuatu and Zambia will compete in Pool A, while Pool B will see Australia, Austria, Bangladesh, Canada, India and Kenya go head to head. The Pool stages will take place between Sunday 7 and Thursday 11 October. Classification and Quarter-Final matches will then be held on Friday 12 October, with further classification matches plus the Semi-Finals on Saturday 13 October. The 7/8th and 5/6th matches then take place on Sunday 14 October before the medal matches. The men’s bronze is at 13:00 followed by the women’s at 14:00. The finalists will then go head to head for the gold medals at 15:00 (men) and 16:30 (women) – all times local (ART). Many of these teams are participating in their first ever Youth Olympic Games. This includes Argentina, Austria, India, Kenya, Malaysia, Poland and Vanuatu in the men’s event and Australia, Austria, India, Mexico, Namibia, Poland, Vanuatu and Zimbabwe and in the women’s competition. With nations participating from every continent, this edition of the Youth Olympic Games is set to be hugely entertaining, with the future of the game showcasing their raw talent on the global stage. Taking place in the Youth Olympic Park in the southern area of the city, the Hockey5s events are set to take centre stage with hosts Argentina expected to attract large numbers of local fans, renowned for their passionate support of the sport. The last edition of this event in Nanjing, China in 2014 saw this year’s participants Australia win gold and Canada silver in the men’s event, with China winning gold and Argentina taking bronze in the women’s event. For more information about the Buenos Aires 2018 Youth Olympic Games hockey events, visit the official website. #YOG2018 Selected Australian Teams: Men’s Hockey Lain Carr (18), Matcham, NSW James Collins (18), Perth, WA Miles Davis (17), Sydney NSW Brad Marais (18), Melbourne VIC Craig Marais (16), Melbourne, VIC Alistair Murray (18), Tincurrin, WA Jed Snowden (16), Melbourne, VIC Christian Starkie (17), Perth, WA Ben White (18), Blackburn, VIC Women’s Hockey Caitlin Cooper (17), Perth, WA Naomi Duncan (16), Sydney, NSW Amy Lawton (16), Emerald, VIC Morgan Mathison (18), Gold Coast, QLD Indianna Robertson (18), Bentleigh, VIC Courtney Schonell (17), Narellan Vale, NSW Jolie Sertorio (16), Peppermint Grove, WA Maddison Smith (18), Albion Park, NSW Grace Young (15), Yowie Bay, NSW
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Hamilton Masakadza retains captaincy across all formats for the South Africa and Bangladesh tours
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Head coach Chandika Hathurusingha is seeking a Sri Lankan resurgence in the Asia Cup, which starts later this week. The six-team tournament will take place in the United Arab Emirates and will feature Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, India, Afghanistan, Pakistan and Hong Kong.

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Indian High Commissioner to Bangladesh Harsh Vardhan Shringla said, "India is the committed development partner of Bangladesh. For the last few years, the cooperation between the two countries has been unprecedentedly expanded." On Wednesday, he ...

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          La crise des Rohingyas « aurait pu être mieux gérée » par la Birmanie      Cache   Translate Page      
L'armée birmane aurait pu 'mieux gérer' la crise des Rohingyas, a reconnu jeudi la dirigeante de facto du pays Aung San Suu Kyi. Cette crise a provoqué l'exode au Bangladesh de 700'000 membres de cette ...
          Suu Kyi admite que "mirando atrás" la crisis de los rohingya se podría "haber gestionado mejor"      Cache   Translate Page      
La líder de Birmania, Aun San Suu Kyi, ha reconocido este jueves que mirando en retrospectiva su Gobierno podría haber gestionado mejor la situación en el estado de Rajine, donde la represión de las fuerzas de seguridad tras una ola de ataques de insurgentes rohingya en agosto de 2017 provocó el éxodo de más de 700.000 personas al vecino Bangladesh.
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Date: September 14, 2018

Join Biny in the APEC kitchen as she transports you to Bangladesh through its colorful and flavorful cuisine!

Born and raised in Queens, NY – she has been an avid cook with a passion for all things food for over 10 years, recently offering cooking classes out of her own home kitchen. We will be cooking a traditional chicken curry – and you’ll be surprised to learn that it involves no actual “CURRY”. To have along with this, we will prepare a classic DAAL or lentil soup that is served over rice and is a staple of the Bengali diet. Rich in vitamins and nutrients, this meal provides a hearty welcome to your palate. We will also enjoy some hot Chai tea – very different from what you may order from the coffee shop and some yummy Bengali sweets!

Let’s get cooking with #binyskitchen at APEC!

Limited to 12 participants.

Start time: 7:00 pm

End time: 9:00 pm

Contact phone: (718) 229 4000

Location: Alley Pond Environmental Center


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Liputan6.com, Jakarta Konselor Negara Myanmar Aung San Suu Kyi mengatakan pemulangan Muslim Rohingya seharusnya sudah dimulai tetapi perlu ada koordinasi dengan Bangladesh.


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Vi saknar hettan men njuter av vällagad och ambitiös matlagning. En meny från Bangladesh är ett välkommet inslag bland alla indiska krogar i Vasastan. På restaurang Muskot får dessutom den pedagogiska matsedeln applåder.


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DHAKA (Arrahmah.com) – Bangladesh tidak memiliki rencana untuk menampung ratusan ribu pengungsi Muslim Rohingya secara permanen, kata menlu Bangladesh pada Rabu (12/9/2018), menambahkan bahwa mereka “milik” Myanmar. Sekitar 700.000 pengungsi Rohingya menyeberang dari barat Myanmar yang dihuni mayoritas beragama Budha ke Bangladesh mulai Agustus tahun lalu, menurut badan-badan PBB, ketika serangan gerilyawan Rohingya terhadap pasukan […]
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<p>Hanoï (AFP) - La dirigeante birmane Aung San Suu Kyi a défendu jeudi l'emprisonnement de deux journalistes de Reuters après leur enquête sur un massacre de musulmans rohingyas par l'armée de son pays, mais elle a concédé que la crise globale, qualifiée de génocide par l'ONU, aurait pu être "mieux gérée".</p><p>"Ils n'ont pas été emprisonnés parce que c'étaient des journalistes" mais parce que "le tribunal a décidé qu'ils avaient enfreint" la loi, a-t-elle dit lors du Forum économique mondial de l'Association des Nations d'Asie du Sud-Est à Hanoï, commentant pour la première fois ce jugement prononcé le 4 septembre.</p><p>"Si nous croyons en l'État de droit, ils ont tout à fait le droit de faire appel du jugement", a-t-elle préconisé, alors que l'indépendance du système judiciaire birman est sujet à caution.</p><p>"Une fois de plus, Aung San Suu Kyi a faux sur toute la ligne (...) Elle ne comprend pas que l'+état de droit+ implique que soient respectées les preuves présentées à l'audience", a critiqué l'ONG Human Rights Watch, réagissant à cette rare prise de parole de la dirigeante birmane. </p><p>Sean Brain, de la Commission internationale des juristes, ONG internationale ayant suivi de près le procès, a contredit Suu Kyi, dénonçant un procès ayant été "un échec manifeste de l'état de droit".</p><p>La Prix Nobel de la Paix a été très critiquée à l'étranger pour son silence dans cette affaire, au point d'être qualifiée de "porte-parole des militaires" par un haut-responsable de l'ONU.</p><p>Campant sur sa ligne de défense, elle s'est aussi montrée imperméable aux accusations contre l'armée birmane venues de l'ONU, qui a parlé fin août de "génocide" de la minorité musulmane des Rohingyas.</p><p>Tout juste a-t-elle concédé que les militaires auraient pu "mieux gérer" la crise, qui a conduit à l'exode au Bangladesh de 700.000 personnes depuis l'été 2017.</p><p>"A posteriori, il y a bien sûr des façons dont la situation aurait pu être mieux gérée", a-t-elle dit en marge du Forum économique à Hanoï.</p><p></p><p>- Blocage du gouvernement -</p><p></p><p>Après des mois de blocage par le gouvernement birman, des fonctionnaires de l'ONU ont débuté mercredi une mission en Birmanie afin d'évaluer les conditions d'un éventuel retour des centaines de milliers de Rohingyas qui ont fui le pays.</p><p>Cette mission intervient dans un contexte de grande tension entre la Birmanie et les Nations Unies.</p><p>Des enquêteurs de l'ONU avaient demandé en août que des poursuites soient engagées contre le chef de l'armée et cinq haut gradés.</p><p>La Cour pénale internationale s'était ensuite déclarée compétente pour enquêter sur certains des crimes perpétrés.</p><p>Aung San Suu Kyi est directement visée par le rapport des experts de l'ONU, qui déplore qu'elle n'ait pas utilisé son "autorité morale" pour tenter de faire cesser les atrocités.</p><p>En 2017, sous la menace de l'armée et de milices bouddhistes, plus de 700.000 Rohingyas ont fui le pays.Ils ont trouvé refuge dans d'immenses campements de fortune au Bangladesh.</p><p>Un accord de rapatriement a été signé entre Dacca et Naypyidaw fin 2017, mais le processus est au point mort, les deux pays se rejetant mutuellement la faute.Les réfugiés rohingyas refusent, quant à eux, de revenir tant que leur sécurité et leurs droits ne seront pas garantis.</p><p>Le rapport complet des enquêteurs de l'ONU est attendu le 18 septembre, et la Birmanie sera au centre des attentions lors de la prochaine Assemblée générale des Nations Unies.</p><p></p>

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Founders Code U.S. CHARGES NORTH KOREAN HACKER Federal prosecutors charged a North Korean man, Park Jin-Hyok, with crimes in connection with a series of costly cyber attacks around the globe, including the WannaCry ransomware attack in 2018, the heist of Bangladesh’s central bank in 2017, and the hack of Sony Pictures in 2014. It is […]
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Bangladesh has no plans to take in hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees permanently, its foreign secretary said on Wednesday, adding that they "belong" to Myanmar from where they fled.

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          Aung San Suu Kyi: Handling of Rohingya Could Have Been Better      Cache   Translate Page      
In the face of global condemnation, Myanmar’s leader and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday said that the handling of Rohingya Muslims, 700,000 of whom have fled to Bangladesh amid a brutal military campaign, could have been better, but still defended security forces from charges of civilian atrocities. Myanmar’s army is accused of mass rape, killings and setting fire to thousands of homes in the aftermath of an August 2017 attack by Rohingya militants on security outposts. A report issued two weeks ago by a specially appointed U.N. human rights team recommended prosecuting senior Myanmar commanders for genocide and other crimes. “There are of course ways in which with hindsight I think the situation could have been handled better,” Aung San Suu Kyi said, responding to questions during a one-on-one discussion at the World Economic Forum’s regional meeting in Hanoi. ​‘Fair to all sides’ She still defended Myanmar security forces, saying that all groups in western Rakhine state had to be protected. “We have to be fair to all sides,” Aung San Suu Kyi said. “The rule of law must apply to everyone. We cannot choose and pick.” Aung San Suu Kyi said the situation was complicated by the myriad ethnic minorities in the area, some of which are at risk of disappearing entirely and which include not just the Muslims and Rakhine Buddhists. Although the violence in Rakhine state has eased, Myanmar has to deal with its aftermath, especially the repatriation of the Muslim Rohingya who fled and the underlying causes of tension that makes them targets of discrimination and repression in overwhelmingly Buddhist Myanmar. Aung San Suu Kyi said that Myanmar is prepared to take those who fled back, but their return has been complicated by the fact that two governments are involved. Aid workers say conditions for a safe and orderly return of the refugees have not been met. ​Journalists’ trial Aung San Suu Kyi also rejected criticism over the show-trial conviction last week of two Reuters news agency reporters who helped expose extrajudicial killings of 10 Rohingya men and boys. The reporters were both sentenced to seven years’ imprisonment on charges of possessing state secrets. U.S. Vice President Mike Pence is among those who have condemned the verdicts and called for the journalists’ release. “The case has been held in open court,” Aung San Suu Kyi said. “If anyone feels there has been a miscarriage of justice I would like them to point it out.” “They were not jailed because they were journalists. They were jailed because ... the court has decided they have broken the Official Secrets Act,” she said. Aung San Suu Kyi noted that the two can appeal their sentences. Worldwide attention The lawyers for the journalists have said they will do whatever they can to get their clients freed. The two men testified that they had been framed by the police. The case has drawn worldwide attention as an example of how democratic reforms in long-isolated Myanmar have stalled under Aung San Suu Kyi’s civilian government, which took power in 2016. Phil Robertson, deputy Asia director for Human Rights Watch, said that Aung San Suu Kyi was mistaken in saying the case was handled in accordance with the “rule of law.” “She fails to understand that real ‘rule of law’ means respect for evidence presented in court, actions brought based on clearly defined and proportionate laws, and independence of the judiciary from influence by the government or security forces,” he said in a statement. “On all these counts, the trial of the Reuters journalists failed the test.”
          Comment on Burma's Crimes Go Unpunished, by Eric Margolis      Cache   Translate Page      
In May 1946, Muslim leaders from Arakan, Burma (present-day Rakhine State, Myanmar) met with Muhammad Ali Jinnah, the founder of Pakistan, and asked for the formal annexation of two townships in the Mayu region, Buthidaung and Maungdaw, by East Pakistan (present-day Bangladesh). Two months later, the North Arakan Muslim League was founded in Akyab (present-day Sittwe, capital of Rakhine State), which also asked Jinnah to annex the region. Local mujahideen were subsequently formed against the Burmese government, and began targeting government soldiers stationed in the area. Led by Mir Kassem, the newly formed mujahideen movement began gaining territory, driving out local Rakhine communities from their villages, some of whom fled to East Pakistan https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Rohingya_conflict#Mujahideen_movements_(1947%E2%80%931961)
Burma hadn't gotten independence from the British rule yet when Muslims started to cause troubles. And you wonder why Burmese Buddhists do not like Rohingya invaders? It's always the same story with Muslims whenever they multiply, concentrate in certain areas and gain control of the land, driving away and persecuting non-Muslims. Another success story of peaceful coexistence with Muslims https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Battle_of_Marawi https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Moro_conflict
          Bangladesh Says it Won’t Assimilate Rohingya Muslims      Cache   Translate Page      

Foreign Secretary Shahidul Haque said the Rohingya would stay in refugee camps until they return to Myanmar or are resettled in other countries.

The post Bangladesh Says it Won’t Assimilate Rohingya Muslims appeared first on The Irrawaddy.


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Chinese Consul General in Kolkata, Ma Zhanwu, on Wednesday suggested a bullet train service between Kunming and Kolkata through Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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          On Genocide Convention Anniversary, ICC Needed More Than Ever      Cache   Translate Page      

As we commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Genocide Convention, I wish to address the crucial role of the International Criminal Court in realizing its ideals.

This year also marks the twentieth anniversary of the adoption of the ICC’s founding treaty in Rome. At the time, some questioned the need for the court—that perhaps the horrors of the 20th century that spurred the adoption of the Genocide Convention were behind us.  Instead, it’s clear that the ICC is needed now more than ever.  Last month’s report of the fact-finding mission on Myanmar, which flagged possible genocide of the Rohingya, underscores this point.

It was the singular determination of a group of like-minded states that resulted in the creation of the ICC. But as long as the court does its job, it will stir fierce opposition. This week’s hyperbolic speech from the US government in anticipation of an ICC investigation in Afghanistan is a stark reminder of what’s at stake.

While the global demand for accountability has increased, the will to deliver it has weakened. The veto by permanent members of the UN Security Council of a much-needed resolution referring Syria to the ICC is the best example of this disturbing trend.

There are glimmers of hope. In the wake of the Security Council’s failure in Syria, the General Assembly established an international mechanism to preserve evidence of crimes. And last week, a panel of ICC judges confirmed the court’s jurisdiction over the mass deportation of Rohingya from Myanmar to Bangladesh as a crime against humanity.

Still, the climate for a Security Council referral of Myanmar – critical to address the full scale of criminality - remains chilly. In the meantime, the Human Rights Council is well-positioned to create a Syria-type mechanism for Myanmar to preserve a path to justice.

ICC member countries – and non-members – should increase efforts to ensure justice for genocide and other crimes. The court has shortcomings, but greater resources would help it handle its increased caseload and engage better with victims. And states should be prepared to defend the court’s mandate and independence in the face of politicized opposition to its work. Victims of the worst crimes, including genocide, deserve nothing less. 


          Dr. Engr. Rashid A. Chowdhury, Chairman of Bangladesh Commerce Bank Limited, attends a workshop on “Prevention of Money Laundering & Combating Terrorist financing” organized by Muradpur Branch in Chittagong at its premises recently. Zafar Alam, Managing Director (CC), Kazi Md. Rezaul Karim, DMD of the Bank and Md. Mobarak Hossain, Principal of the Bank’s Training Institute were also present.      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Aung San Suu Kyi verdedigt vastzetten Reuters-journalisten      Cache   Translate Page      

De Myanmarese leider Aung San Suu Kyi heeft de gevangenisstraffen van zeven jaar voor twee Reuters-journalisten in haar land verdedigd. Volgens Suu Kyi was de uitspraak van de rechter in lijn met de rechtspraak in Myanmar.

"Ze zijn niet vastgezet omdat ze journalisten waren, maar omdat de rechtbank heeft geoordeeld dat ze de wet op staatsgeheimen hebben overtreden", zei ze bij een economieconferentie in Vietnam.

De reactie van Suu Kyi veroorzaakte verbazing bij Rebecca Vincent, directeur van journalistenorganisatie Verslaggevers Zonder Grenzen in Londen. Ze noemde op Twitter de reactie van Suu Kyi schandelijk en een teleurstelling.

Meenakshi Ganguly, hoofd van mensenrechtenorganisatie Human Rights Watch in Zuid-Azië, bestempelde de woorden van Suu Kyi als treurig. "Ze was zelf het slachtoffer van een bevooroordeeld systeem en zou beter moeten weten."

Het was de eerste reactie van Suu Kyi op het omstreden vonnis van vorige week maandag. De uitspraak leidde tot internationale verontwaardiging.

De twee journalisten zouden staatsgeheimen hebben gestolen. De journalisten zelf stellen dat ze zijn opgepakt vanwege hun onderzoek naar een massagraf in de deelstaat Rakhine. In het graf lagen leden van de Rohingya-minderheid.

Hun werkgever Reuters sprak na de veroordeling over "een treurige dag voor Myanmar en de pers wereldwijd".

De EU riep Myanmar op de twee journalisten direct vrij te laten. Volgens de EU betekende de veroordeling een ondermijning van de vrijheid voor de pers en het recht om het publiek te informeren.

Bevlekt blazoen

De zaak rond de journalisten is de nieuwste smet op het blazoen van Nobelprijswinnaar Aung San Suu Kyi, die vanwege de harde onderdrukking en vervolging van Rohingya al flink is bevlekt.

Honderdduizenden Rohingya - een islamitische minderheid in het overwegend boeddhistische Myanmar - vluchtten vorig jaar naar buurland Bangladesh om te ontkomen aan het escalerende geweld.

Het leger brandde dorpen plat en vermoordde burgers na een aantal aanslagen van militante Rohingya's. Vandaag zei Suu Kyi dat ze achteraf de situatie met de Rohingya beter had kunnen aanpakken. "Maar we geloven dat om op lange termijn veiligheid en stabiliteit te kunnen krijgen, alle partijen eerlijk moeten zijn."


          Bangladesh says it won't assimilate Rohingya Muslims      Cache   Translate Page      
Bangladesh has no plans to take in hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees permanently, its foreign secretary said on Wednesday, adding that they "belong" to Myanmar from where they fled.

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HANOI, Vietnam (AP) " In the face of global condemnation, Myanmar's leader and Nobel Peace Prize laureate Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday said that the handling of Rohingya Muslims, 700,000 of whom have fled to Bangladesh amid a brutal military campaign, could have been better, but still defended security forces from charges of civilian atrocities.Myanmar's army is accused of mass rape, killings and setting fire to thousands of homes in the aftermath of an August 2017 attack by Rohingya [...]
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          Bangladesh: Multi-Wallet Officer, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh - 6 months renewable      Cache   Translate Page      
Organization: World Food Programme
Country: Bangladesh
Closing date: 28 Sep 2018

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT:

Cox’s Bazar has been home to one of the world’s most protracted refugee situations, with more than 20 years of camp and makeshift site settlement by a Muslim minority from Myanmar’s northern Rakhine State, known as Rohingya. Since the 1990’s, the Government of Bangladesh hosts 34,000 officially registered refugees in two camps in Cox’s Bazar. A further 300,000-500,000 Rohingya refugees, politically referred to as Undocumented Myanmar Nationals (UMNs) have been residing in poor conditions in neighbouring Bangladeshi host communities, including some 77,100 in the two makeshift settlements adjacent to the official camps. Humanitarian partners estimate that the influx of new arrivals since August 2017 is likely to peak at 700,000-800,000.

WFP, in line with this response is planning for a total of just over 1million people: 700,000 new refugee influx, 34,000 registered refugees, 75,000 of the pre-August 2017 inflows, and 200,000 of the impacted host communities. Refugees will be assisted through in-kind General Food Distribution and E-voucher, with the gradual shift from in kind to CBT assistance starting from December 2017.

WFP envisions a large (potentially 10-fold) scale-up of the existing e-voucher programme to meet the food security needs of all of the new refugee influx. In parallel, WFP envisions a cash transfer assistance programme targeting host communities that are suffering under the pressure of the large population increase in the area. The plan for host community assistance is to provide conditional cash transfers with the objective of enhancing livelihood opportunities.

Given the interest of other agencies to also implement cash-based programmes targeted at the same vulnerable groups, WFP is setting up its system so that it could be expanded to a multi-wallet platform, accommodating for other agencies’ transfer needs.

Given the several workstreams of the CBT scale-up, a dedicated CBT officer is urgently needed to manage the WFP eVoucher programme and ensure a solid scale up, in addition to lay the grounds for a potential introduction of cash transfers for refugee assistance.

ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Manage the Multi-Wallet component of the L3 operation, supporting the Head of CBT team and working with the CBT multi-functional team;

  2. Work with existing partners to ensure smooth onboarding to the multi-wallet operation;

  3. Take the lead to explore and propose innovative solutions to the use of multi-wallet assistance benefitting both refugees and host communities’ populations;

  4. Work with HQ units to support rapid finalization of partnership agreements;

  5. Liaise with Regional Bureau (RB) and Headquarters (HQ) Teams to standardize approach and models for multi-wallet costing, staffing strategy and SOPs;

  6. Participate in humanitarian inter-agency coordination mechanisms and partnership discussions on cash-based transfers;

  7. Coordinate across units to ensure all are aligned on the objectives and implementation plan, ensuring that all changes are incorporated, and standard operating procedures updated;

  8. Support the Head of CBT team with the internal cash working group meetings and coordination;

  9. Work closely with Gender and Protection to ensure that incorporation into programming to minimize risks for the target population;

  10. Supervise staff in multi-wallet team;

  11. Perform other duties as requested.

Scope and expected outputs of mission

Under the supervision of - and in collaboration with - the CBT coordinator, work to achieve the following outputs:

  • Solid and structured management of the existing Multi-wallet staff, projects and partnerships;
  • Enhanced quality and visibility of the multi-wallet activities, services and impact;
  • WFP Cox’s Bazar Multi-Wallet Strategy developed, including provisions of the services and partnership management and expected results;
  • Multi-Wallet “Learning and Knowledge Sharing” products developed, based on Cox’s Bazar experiences and Lessons Learned, including partnership and costing modules and operational successes;
  • National capacity enhanced through training of national staff and national and international partners on Multi-Wallet approaches; mainly on in-kind, voucher and cash transfer third party services and management;
  • Solutions for Conditional, Unconditional and Multipurpose Cash transfer services through WFP platform developed, provided and documented;

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

Education:

  • Advanced University degree in a relevant field; under graduate degree with 2 additional years of experience acceptable.
  • International Professional: Fluency (level C) in English language required. Intermediate knowledge (level B) of a second official UN language preferred.

Experience:

  • 4 years of progressive professional experience in the field of international relief, recovery, or development.
  • Experience in Cash Based Transfers (CBT).
  • WFP CBT experience highly desirable.
  • Experience in planning, design and implementation of humanitarian and development programmes with relevant work experience at the country or implementation level in developing countries;
  • Experience in the design, implementation and evaluation of in-kind food, cash and voucher transfers.
  • Experience in coordination, collaboration and partnerships within cash operations.
  • Knowledge of WFP corporate assistance transfer platform, tools and guidelines.
  • Has deepened technical knowledge through exposure to technical teams.
  • Has taken leadership of implementing programmes.
  • Has provided input into policy discussions and decisions.

How to apply:

If the post interests you, please send your CV to the email address bangkok.cbtoperations@wfp.org copying the address erica.demuru@wfp.orgon or beforethe end of business (UTC +6 /BST) on the closing date as indicated above.

Please include in the subject of your email “**Submission for Multi-Wallet Officer Position/CXB/002**” to ensure we do not miss it and ensure the file(s) you attach is/are less than 6MB (megabytes) in size.

For more on WFP and Food Assistance through Cash-Based Transfers, please visit http://www1.wfp.org/food-assistance


          Bangladesh: Cash Transfers Officer, Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh - 6 months renewable      Cache   Translate Page      
Organization: World Food Programme
Country: Bangladesh
Closing date: 28 Sep 2018

BACKGROUND AND PURPOSE OF THE ASSIGNMENT:

Bangladesh is a lower middle-income country facing critical levels of poverty and undernutrition, exacerbated by high population density and extreme vulnerability to climate change and natural disasters. The high prevalence of child marriage, adolescent pregnancies and undernutrition in mothers and adolescent girls contributes to the intergenerational cycle of undernutrition. This is compounded by high rates of stunting in children under the age of 5 that is a perceptible hindrance to achieving the Sustainable Development Goals in Bangladesh.

WFP, present in Bangladesh since 1974, transitioned to a new Country Strategic Plan in April 2017. The CSP is committed to capacity strengthening of the government counterparts, facilitates direct provision of food assistance in emergencies and activities aimed at evidence creation.

Besides, WFP is actively engaged in humanitarian response to the refugee crisis triggered by the large-scale influx of the Rohingya population from Myanmar, which prompted activation of a Level 3 Emergency Response in Cox’s Bazar in September 2017.

Cox’s Bazar has been the center of one of the world’s most protracted refugee situations. Since the 1990s and before August 2017, the Bangladeshi government has been hosting more than 200,000 Rohingya refugees. On 25 August 2017, a new round of conflict in the Northern Rakhine state of Myanmar has resulted in an overwhelming number of new influxes in the Cox’s Bazar district, Bangladesh.

The massive influx of the new arrivals is eroding already poor food security and other basic needs situation of the Rohingya refugees and the Bangladeshi nationals in the host communities around Ukhia and Teknaf sub-districts. Under-nutrition rates are critically high, and protection concerns are rising especially with the high number of women and children. Basic services such as water, health, sanitation, and shelter in the camps and new settlements are outstretched.

WFP seeks a consultant to design and manage Cash Based Transfer (CBT) programmes of moderate size or complexity that effectively meet food assistance needs and provide technical advice or oversight on programme strategy and implementation in order to support WFPs’ focus on its mid-term to long-term goals which will be geared towards

  1. enhancing our assistance package to refugees by introducing cash in measured (and appropriate) phases. This includes the promotion and use of multi-purpose cash with other response actors by augmenting the ecosystems (financial, supply chains, telecommunication etc.) which support cash-based initiatives and
  2. partnering with other humanitarian response agencies to fully leverage the potential of joint humanitarian response packages with both in-kind and cash modalities as well as non-food items through SCOPE. SCOPE is WFP's beneficiary and transfer management platform that supports the WFP programme intervention cycle from beginning to end. The SCOPE platform is a web-based application used for beneficiary registrations, intervention setups, distribution planning, transfers and distribution reporting

The incumbent will report to the Head of Cash-Based Transfers (CBT) team and will be responsible for the scaling up of Cash-Based Transfers.

ACCOUNTABILITIES/RESPONSIBILITIES:

To design and manage programmes of moderate size or complexity that effectively meet food assistance needs and provide technical advice or oversight on programme strategy and implementation through:

  1. Managing the cash transfer component of the Level 3 emergency operation, supporting the Head of CBT team and working with the CBT multi-functional team;
  2. Advise the programme team responsible for the design and implementation of programmes utilizing cash as a transfer modality and ensure the liaison between these and the CBT multifunctional team;

  3. Coordinate across all WFP cash transfer programmes to ensure a harmonised approach considering best practice and risk management for assessment, transfer modality selection, design, implementation and M&E;

  4. Work with the relevant units on tendering and contracting processes for CBT partners;

  5. Work with the relevant units on finalising and managing partnership agreements;

  6. Manage relationship with Financial Service Provider and Cooperating Partners for cash;

  7. Support the development of standard operating procedures for cash transfer programmes in line with WFP business process model;

  8. Support the development of cooperating partners capacity strengthening initiatives as well as facilitating periodic workshops to solicit feedback on operations/processes and documenting lessons learned;

  9. Participate in humanitarian inter-agency coordination mechanisms and partnership discussions on cash-based transfers;

  10. Coordinate across units to ensure all are aligned on the objectives and implementation plan and adjust and communicate any changes accordingly;

  11. Support the Head of CBT team with the internal cash working group meetings and coordination;

  12. Work closely with Gender and Protection to ensure incorporation into programming to minimize risks for the target population;

  13. Supervise staff in cash transfers team;

  14. Perform other duties as requested.

Scope and expected outputs of mission

Under the supervision of - and in collaboration with - the CBT coordinator, work to achieve the following outputs:

  • Develop and advance Cash transfer programming within the Cox’s Bazar Response;
  • Solid and structured management of the cash transfer staff, projects and partnerships;
  • Enhanced quality and visibility of the cash transfer activities, services and impact;
  • WFP Cox’s Bazar Cash Transfers Strategy developed, including modalities, partnerships and expected results;
  • Cash transfers “Learning and Knowledge Sharing” products developed, based on Cox’s Bazar experiences and Lessons Learned, including partnership and costing modules and operational successes;
  • National capacity enhanced through training of national staff and national and international partners on cash transfer approaches;
  • Solutions for Conditional, Unconditional and Multipurpose Cash transfer services through WFP platform developed, provided and documented;

QUALIFICATIONS & EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • University degree in international development, international affairs, banking or other related fields. Advanced University degree in a relevant field preferred.
  • International Professional: Fluency (level C) in English language required. Intermediate knowledge (level B) of a second official UN language preferred.
  • 4 years of progressive professional experience in the field of international relief, recovery, or development.
  • Experience in Cash Based Transfers (CBT); WFP CBT experience highly desirable.
  • Experience in planning, design and implementation of humanitarian and development programmes with relevant work experience at the country or implementation level in developing countries;
  • Experience in the design, implementation and evaluation of cash and voucher transfers.
  • Has deepened technical knowledge through exposure to technical teams.
  • Has taken leadership of implementing programmes. Has provided input into policy discussions and decisions.

How to apply:

If the post interests you, please send your CV to the email address 'bangkok.cbtoperations@wfp.org' copying the address 'erica.demuru@wfp.org' on or before the end of business (UTC +6 /BST) on the closing date as indicated above.

Please include in the subject of your email “**Submission for Cash-Transfers Officer Position/CXB/001**” to ensure we do not miss it and ensure the file(s) you attach is/are less than 6MB (megabytes) in size.

For more on WFP and Food Assistance through Cash-Based Transfers, please visit http://www1.wfp.org/food-assistance


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Chinese Consul General in Kolkata, Ma Zhanwu, on Wednesday suggested a bullet train service between Kunming and Kolkata through Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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There is no doubt that classical concerts are becoming noisier. Concert recordings from the past, e.g. Sir Adrian Boult's Elgar First Symphony at a 1976 Prom - which I attended - or Bruno Maderna's 1971 Festival Hall Mahler Nine - I was at his subsequent Proms performance - with their quiescent audiences provide a stark contrast to the BBC Radio 3 relays of this year's Proms. Not only do we now have the the mindless dribbles of applause between movements, but coughing and other noises off have become de rigeur during the music as well as between it. Not to mention the frantic outbursts by Radio 3's talking heads immediately before and after the music. And on occasions, there are even contributions from mobile phones.

A useful perspective on the balance between the music and the audience is provided in the French Canadian sitar player and teacher Michel Guay's memoir Devenir Invincible. As recounted in my post Are you addicted? Ravi Shankar had strong views on the abuse of drugs. In the 1970s, Indian classical music was being popularised in North America, and it was not mobile phones but joints and chillums that appeared during concerts. So as Michel Guay recounts, Pandit Shankar prefaced a concert in Montreal with the following request:

Those who want to smoke should please go outside. Because for us the music is sacred and this concert is a moment of prayer. Thank you.
Today a 'pick and mix' attitude towards cultural pluralism prevails. So we pick the morsels from different cultures that we feel comfortable with, and leave the less appetising morsels untouched. Which means that in our doggedly secular age, the Indian belief derived from Vedanta that music is a sacred bridge between the temporal and transcedent is firmly rejected. But the Serbian tabla player Srdjan Beronja, who studied in Ravi Shankar's birthplace Varanasi, has a different viewpoint. Here is an extract from his invaluable book The Art of the Indian Tabla:
In its basic purpose, music was always considered as a means to reach the Divine. Generally speaking, the purpose of music is not to entertain, accumulate material wealth, be an establishment tool of comply with politics or some other ideas. Its purpose is to comply with the laws of the universe as music is based on these laws. With music it is possible to achieve spiritual development, what is called atma-vidya or 'soul knowledge' in Sanskrit. A person needs to develop music in his atma (soul) and to achieve nada-vidya or'sound knowledge'.
Jazz producer Joachim-Ernst Berendt expands on the concept of music being based on the laws of the universe in his book The World in Sound: Nada Brahma. In it he explains that the only certain thing we know about fundamental matter is that it vibrates. Since all vibrations have a frequency they are therefore sound; so it can be proposed that the universe is music and should be perceived as such. Other visionaries, from the great Sufi musician and teacher Hazrat Inayat Khan to the avant-garde composer Jonathan Harvey also accepted that Western realism and Eastern mysticism could be creatively combined. One of the many things that makes India so fascinating in the 21st century is this incongruous but effective juxtaposition of realism and mysticism. Just one example is the sales success of the books by Ruzbeh N. Bharucha, who is a devotee of the mystic Sai Baba of Shirdi. In the first book of Ruzbeh N. Bharucha's the Fakir trilogy the central character gives advice that may have its roots in the ancient Rig Veda, but which remains perennially relevant even in an age when analogue vibrations are rudely truncated into binary digits:
Every time you do something right, you help tilt the balance in favour of truth and that contribution affects the vibrations within the cosmos. Each one of us sending out the right vibrations can then help change the mindset of more and more people until the world throbs with positive vibrations and right actions. Each of us matters to providence and has a say in creation and evolution.
The header graphic is provided by the recent release Ravi Shankar in Hollywood, 1971. This, like his anti-drug theatre piece 'Ghanashyam: A Broken Branch', comes from the the official label of the Ravi Shankar Foundation label East Meets West Music. It captures a morning concert at Pandit Shankar's home on Highland Avenue in Hollywood in June 1971, and the recording has never previously been released as the tapes were only recently discovered buried in the Shankar archive. The double CD captures the sitar master at the peak of his performing powers, but it also has a unique historic importance. The private concert took place as the tragic plight of refugees from East Pakistan (now Bangladesh) was emerging following the Bangladesh Liberation War-related genocide. Ravi Shankar is heard empathising with the Bangladeshi refugees, and George Harrison was in the audience. So Ravi Shankar in Hollywood, 1971 can truthfully be billed as the first and previously unreleased concert for Bangladesh. The music affected the vibrations in the cosmos,and the rest, as they say, is history.

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Myanmar (MNN) -- The global community is stepping up pressure on Myanmar while Christians in neighboring Bangladesh care for Rohingya refugees. “In the midst of this ‘ethnic cleansing’ type of situation, the Church is just trying to be the Body of Christ reach out to their neighbors, and share the love of Jesus,” says Asian Access’ Joe Handley.

“They’ve seen hundreds, maybe even thousands, come to Christ; they’ve started dozens of churches among the Rohingya.”

It’s the silver lining to an otherwise frustrating state of affairs.

Myanmar leaders refuse to give in

Aung San Suu Kyi
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The office of Myanmar’s President, Aung San Suu Kyi, yesterday announced she would not be attending next week’s UN General Assembly. Myanmar’s ongoing Rohingya crisis is expected to be a major theme of Assembly discussions. Although Rohingya Muslims have faced hardships in Myanmar for decades, UN investigators said last month that military persecution of the Rohingya revealed “genocidal intent.” Between 700,000 and 800,000 Rohingya fled to neighboring Bangladesh last year following clashes between state authorities and rebel forces. This UN official described the attack as “a textbook example of ethnic cleansing.” Unfortunately, as described here, the Rohingya aren’t likely to find justice in the courts of man. Myanmar does not recognize the International Criminal Court (ICC) as a valid entity, and world superpowers have little initiative to push the issue. It’s not stopping local believers from responding to urgent needs.

Christians respond in love

Asian Access equips and encourages national Christian leaders to be “change agents” in society. “In the midst of our Asian Access Leader Training, we develop communities that support each other,” explains Handley, adding that graduates of the program are often referred to as ‘A2 alumni.’ Multiple trainings and a long history with Asian Access helped prepare Bangladeshi believers for the onslaught of Rohingya refugees.

(Photo courtesy Tommy Trenchard/ Caritas/ CAFOD via Flickr)

“A2 alumni are right in the middle of Rohingya [refugee camps]. They’re trying to hand out rice and give shelter to these Rohingya refugees; they’re trying to help them with the cost of visas.”

An end to the Rohingya crisis is nowhere in sight. But, as Christians from various backgrounds work together to meet needs, the Rohingya see God’s love and unity in action. “It’s not a ‘lone ranger church’ out there reaching out amongst the Rohingya, it’s actually the Body of Christ reaching out across denominations resourcing one another, in addition to the resources of Asian Access and others that are coming alongside,” states Handley. Please continue praying for the Rohingya, and pray for unity among responding churches. Learn more about the work of Asian Access here.   Header image courtesy Jordi Bernabeu Farrús via Flickr.
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Chinese Consul General in Kolkata Ma Zhanwu says his country is planning a bullet train service between Kunming and Kolkata, which will pass through other neighbouring countries like Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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On the Atrai River in the northwest of Bangladesh, a small beige boat is tied up in tall grass that lines the riverbank. The interior of the boat is packed with narrow benches which in turn are jammed with children. There are 29 students in this third-grade class and it would be hard to fit any more into the narrow vessel. The kids sit shoulder-to-shoulder facing a blackboard at the back of the boat. When the teacher asks for a volunteer to recite a multiplication table, 8-year-old Nila Khatun's hand shoots straight toward the unpainted ceiling. She leads the class in a chant that begins with "6 times 1 equals 6" in Bengali. They end with "6 times 9 equals 54." Educators in Bangladesh have a problem. Not only do they face many of the same challenges as teachers in other resource-poor countries — funding constraints, outdated textbooks, overcrowded classrooms — they also have to worry about monsoon rains. Flooding is so common in Bangladesh that students often can't get to the classroom
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Kolkata: Chinese Consul General in Kolkata, Ma Zhanwu, on Wednesday suggested a bullet train service between Kunming and Kolkata through Myanmar and Bangladesh.

"If the project becomes a reality, it will take only two hours to complete 2,000-km journey, compared with flights that take almost two hours and 30 minutes," Ma said at a conference here.

"Most talked about is the bullet train from Kunming to Kolkata and from Kolkata to Kunming. Maybe in the coming decade, it will just take two hours from Kolkata via Dhaka and Myanmar to Kunming," he said.

He said the service will give a thrust to trade and commerce in the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) corridor.

Ma said the project figured in the Greater Mekong Subregion meet in Kunming in 2015.

The envoy said that Chinese policies like the Belt and Road Initiative is mainly designed for extensive discussion and shared benefits with neighbouring countries like India and "not to conquer them".


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HANOI:  Malangnya nasib Rohingya. Bangladesh tidak merancang mengekalkan kira-kira 700,000 pelarian etnik Rohingya  yang lari ke Bangladesh sejak Ogos thaun lalu, Kerajaan negara itu menegaskan mereka `milik’ Myanmar. Menteri Luar, Shahidul Haque  seperti dipetik Reuters menggesa negara-negara membangun untuk menerima etnik tersebut atas dasar kemanusiaan. “Kami tidak berfikir untuk mengasimilasi pelarian ini di Bangladesh. Mereka […]
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BRESCIA – Un ventenne del Bangladesh, in Italia come richiedente asilo, è stato arrestato su ordinanza di custodia cautelare a Montichiari, [...]

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Siden august sidste år er 700.000 rohingyaer flygtet fra delstaten Rakhine i Myanmar til Bangladesh.
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Famed flute artiste Ustad Azizul Islam demonstrated his musical talents before the Dhaka audience at the Poet Sufia Kamal Auditorium of Bangladesh National Museum. Quazi Rownak Hasan, Hashem Khan, Dr Nimai Mondol were present among the audience in the musical event. Contrary to traditional practices of holding musical events in the evening this event was [...]
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DHAKA, Bangladesh: A 20-member delegation of the OIC (Organization of Islamic Cooperation) expressed solidarity with the Rohingya refugees when it visited them in Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, on Wednesday, telling them that they are not alone.

Nine members of the Parliamentary Union of the OIC Member States (PUIC) also joined the delegation.

“We express our solidarity with you, also show our determination that you are not alone,” M. Jouhamed Khouraichi Niass, the OIC Parliamentary Union (PUIC) secretary-general, told the Rohingya after visiting their camps. 

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Security specialists use a variety of ways to address the risks that they face: and these risk assessments are made in the certain knowledge that the actors in the system hold only incomplete information. Although much mocked at the time, Donald Rumsfeld’s categorization of “known unknowns” and “unknown unknowns”, is now generally recognized as a succinct summery of his strategic quandaries.

By contrast, actors in the financial markets have a more sanguine assessment of the risks they deal with: they divide them into two kinds of risk: quantifiable and unquantifiable. Unquantifiable risk is not generally considered, since there is usually no financial profit that can be made except from pure supposition. Therefore for the purposes of the financial markets, any given event is priced relative to its level of probability, that is to say its quantifiable risk. 

Depending on the market, higher levels of risk generally carry higher prices, lower levels generally lower prices. Clearly such an assessment of risk may not be objective, so markets have evolved a “psychological” approach to price discovery. Nevertheless, in the course of the twentieth century a detailed mathematical analysis has been developed, first in the credit market- what you owe- and later in the equity markets- what you own. In assessing risk, market actors use statistical models both to assess the internal functioning of the market and also to examine the external context of the market. Bell-curve based models have offered a relatively simple way to understand the process of price discovery and the impact of rare or highly improbable events are usually less considered, because in the majority of cases a large sigma divergence from the market mean is a low risk event.

Yet low risk events as defined by statistics may still have drastic impacts, and it is becoming clear that the financial markets have been fundamentally mispricing risk for a prolonged period of time. Put simply, conventional financial risk models seem to work in normal market conditions, but they lose strength in extreme conditions. Essentially this means that conventional risk models have failed, and that persistent failure has been compounded by regulatory collusion to create the probability of even more unstable conditions in the future.  The prolonged policy of global low interest rates that was adopted to deal with the credit crisis of 2008 has continued despite a growing appreciation that it is multiplying risks in ways that are poorly understood and which has the potential to return financial markets to a period of even greater instability. The risks in the global financial markets have real world consequences, and there is now a growing sense that the global financial markets have emerging problems that could have significant economic and geo-strategic impacts.

The impact of highly improbable events, memorably described by Nassim Nicolas Taleb in his books “Fooled by Randomness-the Scandal of Prediction” and “The Black Swan”, is still not fully recognized. By definition six Sigma market events are rare and given the average age of market practitioners, there are not many traders who have experienced the drastic crisis moves associated with a “Black Swan” event.  Yet, as Taleb argues, the once in a lifetime events that statistics predicts, in fact occur with far greater frequency: roughly once a decade. This of itself implies that the statistical models that lie at the heart of the modern financial trading system are built on a predictive model that consistently misprices risk assets. The models purport to be an objective measure of risk, but in fact they are based on a closed model system, which implies finite and knowable inputs into the process of price discovery. In fact markets are fractal in nature, and therefore the risk model should, by definition, be an open ended system.  It turns out that predicting the future in financial markets, as with anything else in life, cannot be relied upon, and the most successful traders are those who react to risk, rather than those who rely on predictive models, no matter how sophisticated. Long Term Capital Management collapsed despite the fact (Taleb would say “because of”) the company having several Nobel Laureates in Economics, who built extremely sophisticated predictive risk models. George Soros, by contrast, relies on a structured form of psychological analysis (“Reflexivity”) which is more open ended, and despite many failures, he is still in business.

In addition to the issues of risk taking, there is the matter of risk recording.  The extreme complexity of the instruments that are being circulated has led to considerable debate about if, when and how profits from these booked trades should be recorded. In some cases, famously on some structured derivate trades between AIG and GS, it has transpired that both sides of the trade were booking profits- a literal impossibility in the zero-sum world of financial instruments. The audit companies were complicit in the mispricing of trades, and given the essential oligopoly of the “Big-four” auditors, the market failure the risk of mis-recording the results of trades in complex financial instruments remains unaddressed.

In the face of the fundamental market failure that was revealed in 2008, the regulators also have to shoulder their share of the blame. The fact is that they too do not seem to recognise the open ended nature of risk, and as a result continue to believe that greater capital resources are the primary means to avoid significant weakness in the financial markets. In fact what has happened is that the requirement for larger capital resources means a greater concentration of risk in reduced number of market players. Market players that are deemed “too big to fail” create greater moral hazard in the longer term.  The extraordinary blizzard of regulation that was created following the 2007/8 credit crunch had several goals in mind, but the ultimate effect has been to create a more rigid process in risk taking and a larger capital requirement to enter the market.  The ring fencing of bank deposits has grown stronger, and there has been some tinkering with the permissible assets that may be held on bank balance sheets. However, the major impact of the 2008 crisis has been the assumption by monetary authorities, and by extension the taxpayers, of a gigantic liquidity pool.  The full faith and credit of finance ministries and monetary authorities is still being used to underwrite liquidity in the market, even at negative interest rates. Effectively the global regulators flooded the market with “good” money in order to replace the problematic credits with "undoubted" government money.

A decade later, market conditions have still not returned to historic norms. Since its foundation in 1694, the average Bank of England base rate has been around 5%. Even with a recent rise, the current rate is 0.75%- a long way off historical norms. This pattern is repeated across the global financial markets. Policymakers are now in a bind: they are still nursing banking systems that have been deeply damaged by the long credit boom which ended in 2008, but are aware that they must sooner or later raise rates before the adjustment to higher rates becomes disruptive.

Since 2008 global financial markets have continued to grow, and this is not solely the result of the liquidity bonus injected by the market regulators. After 2008, as much as before, there has been a major shift in the global economy which has unleashed a spectacular level of global growth.  The emergence of China allowed a massive increase in efficiency in global supply chains, as huge Chinese corporations became globally competitive and were able to offer goods that met global market expectations. The globalization of production has had a drastic impact on economies throughout the world, and although there have unquestionably been losers, the net result has been an extraordinary productivity gain. Nor has globalization been purely a matter of substituting cheaper Chinese production for more expensive production elsewhere: there has been a general maturing of economies across Asia, America and Europe as innovation centres emerged and service businesses replaced manufacturing.  Even in China, the service sector has grown dramatically, and lower value production has been off-shored to even lower cost manufacturing centres, such as Vietnam or Bangladesh. Among economists, there is little doubt that the massive increase in wealth that has resulted from the emergence of more globalised economies has been an unalloyed good. Thus financial markets have been operating in extremely favourable macro-economic conditions.

However there are several threats to this long-term virtuous economic circle.  Firstly there is the question of sustainability. The ecological damage of unrestrained production is now unquestioned, and it is clear that Earth does not have the resources to maintain unsustainable economic growth. The human population spike- with our species likely to peak somewhere between 9-11 billion individuals within the next century- will require much greater efficiency in order to allow the planet to absorb the population shock. As CO2 pollution becomes a greater worry, there is a growing risk that delicate ecological systems are already breaking down, and reducing still further the ability of the planet to sustain such a large human population. The economic effects of these extremely complex processes are unknowable, but it certainly is clear that there is greater uncertainty about the sustainability of –for example- food production than at any time since the “green revolution” of the 1960s and 1970s.

Equally there are more immediate macro-economic threats. The first is the nature of innovation.  The mid-twentieth century saw huge changes in, for example, transport and communications speeds. It was only 66 years form the Wright Brothers making the first controlled powered flight to the first flight of the Boeing 747 and indeed the first landing on the Moon. In the nearly fifty years since 1969 the speed of transport has not increased- indeed with the withdrawal of the supersonic Concordes in 2003, commercial faster than sound flights no longer exist. Yet the expansion in use of commercial jet liners has increased drastically. Likewise the speed of a telephone call has not increased much since the creation of a global telephone network, but the use and density of the network now allows the exchange of colossal amounts of information, especially through mobile systems.  If the Olympics represents “faster-higher-stronger”, global digital technology is simply broader on a scale that was never forecast at its inception.  The question, from an investment perspective, is how to maximise the payback period for any given innovation. This proves easier to manage with digital businesses than physical goods.  Innovation delivery that can be made by a simple download of information is likely to be far more profitable than the modernisation of physical goods.  Market changes can severely impact huge investment programmes: a good example is the Airbus A380, a plane widely touted to be the replacement to the hugely successful Boeing 747, but which has struggled to find sales, despite its extraordinary technological prowess. The innovation of lighter and faster twin jets has made the A380s economics quite problematic in the current market conditions. It is far easier to make structural changes to information systems than to a physical piece of equipment.  So, although we say that the twenty-first century is a period of spectacular innovation, it is innovation of a very specific kind, of information processing rather than physical processing.  Of course this may change, with the creation of widespread 3D printing, for example, but equally there are risks in the digital world too.  Following a series of scandals, the value of Facebook has fluctuated quite wildly. It turns out that consumer taste is still the prime driver of value in services- and consumers can be fickle.

The wave of information innovation has disrupted and challenged human activity across the board. Even the idea of “money” has not been immune. The so-called “crypto” currencies have challenged conventional views about what cash actually is. Although Bitcoin looks like a bubble, and despite the hostile stance of major investment houses- such as JP Morgan- the crypto boom has changed but it has not gone. The usefulness of what Goldman Sachs has labelled “consensus” currencies (as opposed to fiat currencies) remains untested, but is still being explored and the emergent ICO market has the potential to supply an asset base to support a fundamental value for such currencies. The value of consensus currencies will probably mean that in the long term they will form a larger part of the global financial markets- and one that is beyond the control of current market regulations.

Ten years after the great crash, the risks in the Financial Markets are as high as ever. It looks like being an uncomfortable Autumn.


          9/13/2018: Around The World: Bangladesh Says It Won’t Assimilate Rohingya Muslims      Cache   Translate Page      
Hanoi: Bangladesh has no plans to take in hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslim refugees permanently, its foreign secretary said on Wednesday, adding that they “belong” to Myanmar from where they fled. Some 700,000 Rohingya refugees crossed from the...
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          Phó Thủ tướng Phạm Bình Minh tiếp Thứ trưởng Ngoại giao Bangladesh      Cache   Translate Page      

Ngày 12/9, tại Hà Nội, Phó Thủ tướng, Bộ trưởng Ngoại giao Phạm Bình Minh đã tiếp ông Md. Shahidul Haque, Thứ trưởng Thường trực Bộ Ngoại giao Bangladesh nhân dịp sang Việt Nam tham dự Hội nghị WEF ASEAN 2018 từ ngày 11-13/9. Tại cuộc gặp, Phó Thủ tướng, Bộ trưởng Ngoại giao Phạm […]

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          Most Popular Tourist Destination In Bangladesh || Saint Martin's Island ||      Cache   Translate Page      
Channel Name: Travel with MNYoutube link: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=5XPgQIrhp5E A beautiful Sunset from the Saint martin Island.St. Martin's Island (সেন্ট মার্টিন্স দ্বীপ/ সেন্ট মার্টিন আইল্যান্ড) is a small island (area only 8 km2) in the northeastern part of the Bay of Bengal, about 9 km south of the tip of the Cox's Bazar Teknaf peninsula, and...
          Líder de Mianmar defende condenação de dois jornalistas por investigar massacre de rohingyas      Cache   Translate Page      

78832400_TOPSHOT - Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi speaks at the World Economic Forum on A.jpgHANÓI - A líder do governo de Mianmar, Aung San Suu Kyi, defendeu nesta quinta-feira a condenação à prisão, no país, de dois jornalistas da agência Reuters acusados de "violar segredos de Estado", no início do mês. Ela disse que os dois repórteres poderão recorrer da sentença de sete anos de prisão, e que o julgamento deles não teve qualquer relação com a liberdade de expressão.

Perguntada sobre como se sentia prendendo jornalistas, já que se define como uma líder democrática, Suu Kyi disse:

— Eles não foram presos porque são jornalistas, foram presos porque... o tribunal decidiu que eles violaram a Lei de Segredos Oficiais.

lLEIA MAIS: Jornalistas são condenados a sete anos de prisão em Mianmar por denunciar massacre de rohingyas

ONU: comandante militar de Mianmar deve ser processado por genocídio

Limpeza étnica: rohingyas identificam mais de 10 mil mortos em Mianmar

CONTROVÉRSIA INTERNACIONAL

Suu Kyi se pronunciou durante o Fórum Econômico Mundial da Associação de Nações do Sudeste Asiático (Asean) em Hanói, no Vietnã, respondendo a uma pergunta do mediador, que qquis saber se ela se sentia confortável com a prisão dos repórteres.

78678453_COMBO This combo shows journalists Kyaw Soe Oo L and Wa Lone R being escorted by police aft.jpgOs jornalistas Wa Lone, de 32 anos, e Kyaw Soe Oo, de 28 anos, foram considerados culpados de violar uma lei sobre segredos oficiais e condenados no dia 3 de setembro, num caso marcante e cercado de polêmica, visto como um teste para o progresso democrático em Mianmar. Os repórteres faziam uma investigação sobre um massacre de integrantes da etnia rohingya executado pelo exército de Mianmar no estado de Rakhine. Ambos se declararam inocentes e afirmaram ao tribunal que a polícia plantara documentos durante sua cobertura jornalística sobre a violência em Rakhine.

Sua prisão desencadeou grande indignação internacional, incluindo um pedido do vice-presidente dos Estados Unidos, Mike Pence, por sua libertação. A alta comissária das Nações Unidas para os Direitos Humanos, a ex-presidente chilena Michelle Bachelet, também conclamou o governo birmanês a libertar os dois jornalistas. "A condenação de ambos se seguiu a um processo judicial que claramente violou padrões internacionais", disse Bachelet em comunicado. "A sentença envia um recado a todos os jornalistas em Mianmar: o de que não podem trabalhar sem medo, mas que precisam se autocensurar ou correr o risco de serem processados."

AGÊNCIA RESPONDE A LÍDER

Mas, para a líder do governo birmanês, a história é bem diferente.

— Me pergunto quantas pessoas realmente leram o resumo do julgamento, que não teve nenhuma relação com a liberdade de expressão, teve relação com a Lei de Segredos Oficiais — disse Suu Kyi.

Ela disse ainda que, "se acreditamos no Estado de Direito, [os jornalistas] têm todo o direito de recorrer da sentença e de apontar por que o julgamento foi errado".

A agência Reuters, onde trabalham os repórteres, respondeu a Suu Kyi num comunicado.

"Continuamos a acreditar que Wa Lone e Kyaw Soe Oo não violaram a lei de espionagem de Mianmar, e em nenhum momento estiveram envolvidos em atividades para prejudicar seu país", afirmou a agência.

Para Phil Robertson, vice-diretor da Human Rights Watch para a Ásia, Suu Kyi errou ao defender o veredicto.

— Ela não entende que o Estado de Direito significa respeitar as evidências apresentadas no tribunal, agir baseando-se em leis bem definidas e equilibradas, e garantir a independência do Judiciário.

O DRAMA DOS ROHINGYA

As condenações só fizeram aumentar a pressão internacional sobre Myanmar devido à forte repressão à minoria rohingya, que já levou ao êxodo de mais de 700 mil pessoas do país em direção à vizinha Bangladesh, segundo a ONU — que denunciou no mês passado uma "intenção genocida" contra elas e disse que seis dirigentes militares do país deveriam ser processados.

Suu Kyi reconheceu, também nesta quinta-feira, que o país poderia ter lidado melhor com a questão rohingya.

— Olhando para trás, vejo que poderíamos ter lidado melhor com a situação de certo modo — ponderou. — Mas acreditamos que, em nome da estabilidade no longo prazo e da segurança, temos que ser justos com todos os lados... Não podemos escolher quem deve ser protegido pela lei.


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La líder de facto del gobierno birmano, Aung San Suu Kyi, ha defendido este jueves la condena a siete años de cárcel a dos periodistas de la agencia de noticias Reuters, acusados de espionaje mientras investigaban una matanza de musulmanes rohinyás. «Si alguien cree que ha habido un error judicial me gustaría que me lo señalaran», ha dicho Suu Kyi durante el Foro Económico Mundial para el Sudeste Asiático que concluye hoy en Hanoi. «(La sentencia) no tiene nada que ver con la libertad de expresión sino con la Ley de Secretos Oficiales», ha añadido la Nobel de la Paz, que ha retado a los críticos a leerse el fallo. «No se les condenó por ser periodistas sino porque la corte decidió que violaron la Ley de Secretos Oficiales», ha concluido. Suu Kyi ha instado a respetar el funcionamiento del estado de derecho y ha asegurado que los dos periodistas tiene derecho a apelar la sentencia. Los reporteros Wa Lone y Kyaw Soe Oo fueron detenidos la noche del 12 de diciembre tras reunirse con dos policías que, según los acusados, les entregaron documentos supuestamente confidenciales. Los reporteros, condenados a principios de mes, investigaban una masacre de miembros de la minoría musulmana rohinyá en la aldea de Inn Dinn, en el estado Rakáin, en el oeste del país. Las autoridades les acusaron de haber obtenido documentos secretos sobre la operación militar en Rakáin, que el Ejército birmano lanzó hace un año tras una serie de asaltos de un grupo insurgente rohinyá a puestos fronterizos. Más de 700.000 rohinyás huyeron a Bangladesh a raíz de esta ofensiva militar en la que investigadores de la ONU encontraron elementos de «genocidio intencional». Durante su intervención en el Foro, a preguntas del presentador, Suu Kyi admitió que «a posteriori» su gobierno podría haber gestionado mejor la crisis en Rakáin. «Por supuesto que hay cosas en las que, a posteriori, la situación podría haberse manejado mejor», dijo Suu Kyi. «Pero creemos que para garantizar la seguridad y la estabilidad a largo plazo debemos ser justos con todas las partes, y el estado de derecho debe aplicarse a todos. No podemos elegir quién debería ser protegido por el estado de derecho», añadió. Birmania no reconoce la ciudadanía a los rohingyá, a los que considera inmigrantes bengalíes, y les somete a una discriminación creciente, incluidas restricciones a la libertad de movimientos.
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Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi on Thursday robustly defended the jailing of two Reuters journalists who were reporting on the Rohingya crisis, as she hit back at global criticism of a trial widely seen as an attempt to muzzle the free press.

The country's de facto leader acknowledged that the brutal crackdown on the Muslim minority — which the United Nations (UN) has cast as "genocide" — could have been "handled better", but insisted the two reporters had been treated fairly.

"They were not jailed because they were journalists" but because "the court has decided that they had broken the Official Secrets Act", she said.

Reuters journalists, Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were each imprisoned for seven years last week for breaching the country's hardline Official Secrets Act while reporting on atrocities committed during the military crackdown in Rakhine state.

Suu Kyi, once garlanded as a global rights champion, has come under intense pressure to use her moral force inside Myanmar to defend the pair.

Challenging critics of the verdict — including the UN, rights groups who once lionised her, and the United States Vice President Mike Pence — to "point out" where there has been a miscarriage of justice, Suu Kyi said the case upheld the rule of law.

"The case was held in open court... I don't think anybody has bothered to read the summary of the judge," she said during a discussion at the World Economic Forum (WEF), adding the pair still had the right to appeal.

Army-led "clearance operations" that started last August drove 700,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, carrying with them widespread accounts of atrocities — rape, murder and arson — by Myanmar police and troops.

The ferocity of that crackdown has thrust Myanmar into a firestorm of criticism as Western goodwill evaporates towards a country ruled by a ruthless junta until 2015.

A UN fact-finding panel has called for Myanmar army chief Min Aung Hlaing and several other top generals to be prosecuted for genocide.

The International Criminal Court (ICC) has said it has jurisdiction to open an investigation, even though Myanmar is not a member of the tribunal.

Suu Kyi, who has bristled at foreign criticism of her country, on Thursday softened her defence of the crackdown against "terrorists" from the Muslim minority.

"There are of course ways (in) which, in hindsight, the situation could have been handled better," she said.

##War on journalism

But she also appeared to turn responsibility onto neighbouring Bangladesh for failing to start the repatriation of the nearly one million-strong Rohingya refugee community to Myanmar.

Bangladesh "was not ready" to start repatriation of the Rohingya in January as agreed under a deal between the two countries, she said.

Yet, Myanmar does not want its Rohingya, denying them citizenship while the Buddhist-majority public falsely label them "Bengali" interlopers.

Rohingya refugees refuse to return to Myanmar without guarantees of safety, restitution for lost lands and citizenship.

The jailing of the Reuters reporters has sent a chill through Myanmar's nascent media scene.

The pair has denied the charges, insisting they were set up while exposing the extrajudicial killing of 10 Rohingya Muslims in the village of Inn Din in September last year.

This week, the UN rights office accused Myanmar of "waging a campaign against journalists".

It decried the use of the courts and the law by the "government and military in what constitutes a political campaign against independent journalism".

EU chief urges Myanmar's authorities to free journalists

European Union (EU) foreign policy chief Federica Mogherini is urging Myanmar's authorities to free the Reuters ournalists.

Mogherini demanded on Thursday that "the prison sentences be reviewed and the two journalists be released immediately and unconditionally."

Mogherini said their reporting matched testimony that she had heard from Rohingya in Bangladesh.

She said observers saw this trial as a test for Myanmar democracy and that "it is pretty clear that the test has failed."


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Kolkata, Sep (IANS) The Border Security Force (BSF) has recovered smuggled Bangladeshi currency amounting to over 10 lakh rupees (Takka 12 lakh) from Hatkhola in West Bengal's Nadia district, according to a statement on Thursday. No one was arrested.

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Repórteres da agência Reuters foram condenados após receberam documentos de policiais. Eles investigavam massacre de membros da minoria muçulmana rohingya no país. Aung San Suu Kyi, líder de fato do governo de Mianmar e vencedora do prêmio Nobel da Paz, nestaquinta-feira (13) em Hanoi, no Vietnã Kham/Pool Photo via AP A líder de fato do governo de Mianmar e vencedora do prêmio Nobel da Paz, Aung San Suu Kyi, defendeu nesta quinta-feira (13) a condenação a 7 anos de prisão de dois jornalistas da agência de notícias Reuters, acusados de espionagem enquanto investigavam o massacre de muçulmanos rohingyas. "(A sentença) não tem nada a ver com a liberdade de expressão, mas com a Lei de Segredos Oficiais", disse Suu Kyi, durante o Fórum Econômico Mundial para o Sudeste Asiático, que termina hoje em Hanói, capital do Vietnã. "Eles não foram condenados por serem jornalistas, mas porque a Justiça decidiu que violaram a Lei de Segredos Oficiais", concluiu. Suu Kyi pediu respeito ao funcionamento do Estado de Direito e assegurou que os dois jornalistas têm o direito de recorrer da sentença. Os repórteres Wa Lone e Kyaw Soe Oo foram presos na noite do dia 12 de dezembro, após encontro com dois policiais que, segundo os acusados, lhes entregaram documentos supostamente confidenciais. Os jornalistas, que foram condenados no início deste mês, investigavam um massacre de membros da minoria muçulmana rohingya na aldeia de Inn Dinn, no estado de Rakhine. O jornalista Wa Lone é escoltado pela polícia de Mianmar depois de ter sido condenado Ye Aung Thu / AFP Eles foram acusados pelas autoridades de terem obtido documentos secretos sobre a operação militar em Rakhine, que o Exército de Mianmar lançou há um ano, após uma série de ataques de um grupo insurgente rohingya contra postos de fronteira. Mais de 700 mil rohingyas fugiram para Bangladesh por causa desta ofensiva militar, onde investigadores da ONU encontraram elementos de "genocídio intencional". Mianmar não reconhece a cidadania dos rohingyas, a quem considera imigrantes bengalis, e lhes submete a uma crescente discriminação, incluindo restrições à liberdade de movimento. Jornalista Kyaw Soe Oo é escoltado pela polícia de Mianmar depois de ter sido condenado Ye Aung Thu / AFP Durante seu discurso no Fórum, questionada pelo apresentador, Suu Kyi admitiu que "a posteriori" seu governo poderia ter administrado melhor a crise em Rakhine. "Claro que há coisas nas quais, a posteriori, a situação poderia ter sido melhor tratada", disse Suu Kyi. "Mas acreditamos que, para garantir a segurança e a estabilidade a longo prazo, devemos ser justos com todas as partes, e o Estado de Direito deve ser aplicado a todos. Não podemos escolher que deve ser protegido pelo Estado de Direito", acrescentou.
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Myanmar State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi delivers a speech at the opening of The World Economic Forum (WEF) on ASEAN at the National Convention Center in Hanoi, Vietnam, 12 September 2018. Photo: Luong Thai Linh/EPA

Myanmar's de facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi said Thursday that two Reuters journalists jailed for investigating a massacre in Rakhine state were not convicted because they were journalists but because they broke the law.

Wa Lone, 32, and Kyaw Soe Oo, 28, were each imprisoned for seven years last week for breaching the country's hardline Official Secrets Act while reporting atrocities committed during the military crackdown in Rakhine.

The sentence prompted a storm of global outcry as an assault on freedom of speech, while erstwhile rights champion Suu Kyi came under intense pressure for failing to speak up for the pair.

She broke her silence on the issue on Thursday during a discussion at the World Economic Forum, robustly defending the court's decision to jail the duo.

"They were not jailed because they were journalists" but because "the court has decided that they had broken the Official Secrets Act", she said in her first direct comments on the issue.

Challenging critics of the verdict -- including the United Nations, rights groups who once lionised her and the US Vice President -- to "point out" where there has been a miscarriage of justice, Suu Kyi said the case upheld the rule of law.

"The case was held in open court... I don't think anybody has bothered to read the summary of the judge," she added.

Army-led "clearance operations" last August drove 700,000 Rohingya into Bangladesh, carrying with them widespread accounts of atrocities -- rape, murder and arson -- by Myanmar police and troops.

The Reuters reporters had denied the charges, insisting they were set up while exposing the extrajudicial killing of 10 Rohingya Muslims in the village of Inn Din in September last year.

This week, the UN rights office accused Myanmar of "waging a campaign against journalists".

It decried "the instrumentalisation of the law and of the courts by the government and military in what constitutes a political campaign against independent journalism".

Suu Kyi, who has so far bristled at foreign criticism of her country and defended the crackdown against "terrorists" from the Muslim minority, also addressed the army's handling of the crisis.

"There are of course ways (in) which, in hindsight, the situation could have been handled better," she said in rare comments on the crackdown.

Myanmar has come under intense diplomatic pressure in recent weeks, with the UN rights office singling out its powerful military chief for his role forcing the Rohingya from the country.

The stateless Rohingya are denied citizenship in Myanmar and widely reviled in the Buddhist-majority country.

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Rohingya Muslim children and elders gather at the Thet Kel Pyin camp in Rakhine state. Photo: Phyo Hein Kyaw/AFP

The UN began work Wednesday inside Myanmar's violence-torn northern Rakhine state, the first time its agencies have been granted permission to operate there since more than 700,000 Rohingya Muslims fled the area last year.

The UN has been waiting for access to the epicentre of the military's "clearance operations" against the Rohingya minority since June when its refugee and development agencies signed a deal with the government.

Its work is highly sensitive inside Rakhine, a state cut deep with ethnic and religious hatred and where Buddhist locals stand accused of helping the army chase out their Muslim neighbours.

Many Rakhine accuse international aid groups, including the UN, of a pro-Rohingya bias and foreign aid groups have been granted very limited access to the state.

The task is complicated further as the UN's rights arm is expected to heavily censure Myanmar again in the coming days when it publishes in full the findings of its investigation into atrocities against the Rohingya.

On Friday, specialists from the UNHCR and UNDP agencies were finally given permission to enter northern Rakhine before work began on Wednesday to assess local conditions.

"The team is on the ground and commenced with the first assessments today," UNHCR spokeswoman Aoife McDonnell told AFP.

This first step of the UN's "confidence-building measures" is expected to take two weeks and will cover 23 villages and three additional clusters of hamlets.

It was not immediately clear which villages they will visit or which communities the UN teams will consult.

The expectation is this "very initial and small step in terms of access will be expanded rapidly to all areas covered" by the agreement, McDonnell said.

- Lockdown -

The stateless Rohingya are widely seen as illegal immigrants by Myanmar's majority-Buddhist population, complicating the repatriation of those who fled to Bangladesh.

Last August's crackdown by Myanmar's army pushed hundreds of thousands of Rohingya across the border.

The northern part of Rakhine has been locked down since then, with journalists and observers only allowed to visit on short, chaperoned trips.

The deployment of the two UN agencies comes as Myanmar faces growing demands for accountability over its treatment of the Rohingya.

A UN-led report has called for the prosecution of army chief Senior General Min Aung Hlaing and five other top-ranking generals for genocide, war crimes and crimes against humanity.

That was swiftly followed by a ruling by the International Criminal Court (ICC) that it has jurisdiction to open a probe into "deportations" of the Rohingya, saying it was a cross-border crime.

Myanmar is not a signatory of the statute underpinning the tribunal and has rejected the remit of the court.

The move could potentially lead to a wider probe and an eventual trial.

Myanmar will once again be under scrutiny at the UN General Assembly in early October, though civilian leader Aung San Suu Kyi will be notably absent.

Once considered a pro-democracy and human rights icon, Suu Kyi's reputation globally is in tatters for failing to stand up for the Muslim minority.

Myanmar has vehemently denied nearly all allegations of atrocities, justifying its actions as legitimate means to root out Rohingya terrorists.

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Sri Lanka may be ranked above Bangladesh in the ICC's ODI rankings, but recent form suggests the Tigers are favourites for this clash.

Bangladesh come into the tournament on the back of an ODI series win in the West Indies, while Sri Lanka lost a home series to South Africa.

Both teams have some injury concerns, but otherwise have chosen to field strong line-ups.

Bangladesh vs Sri Lanka | Saturday, 15 September | Dubai International Stadium | 13:30     

To Win Match
Bangladesh 31/20
Tie 35/1
Sri Lanka 53/100

Bangladesh
It is unclear if star all-rounder Shakib Al Hasan will be fit for the opening game, with some confusion in the build-up to the tournament centering around his effort at the training camp in Dhaka.

Bangladesh will be led by veteran paceman Mashrafe Mortaza, who will be looking to help the side build towards being competitive at next year's World Cup.

The peculiar structure of the tournament means that the pressure will be on Bangladesh from the outset. Should they lose to Sri Lanka, they will be faced with needing to win a tricky assignment against Afghanistan to advance to the next stage.

Tamim Iqbal, Mushfiqur Rahim, Mustafizur Rahman and Mahmudullah Riyad add solid quality and experience to a Bangladesh side on a high after dual white-ball triumphs in the Caribbean.

Sri Lanka beat Bangladesh at home in a recent ODI tri-series that also involved Zimbabwe, so Mashrafe's men will be out for a measure of revenge.

Sri Lanka
Sri Lanka lost Dinesh Chandimal on the eve of the tournament, as he failed to recover from a fractured finger suffered in a domestic T20 competition. He will be replaced by explosive wicketkeeper-batsman Niroshan Dickwella.

Danushka Gunathilaka is welcomed back into the Sri Lanka fold after serving his suspension handed down by SLC for off-field disciplinary issues, while veteran paceman Lasith Malinga has earned a surprise recall.

Akila Dananjaya's status as Sri Lanka's most dangerous bowler is undisputed at this point - and the selectors have only picked one reserve specialist spinner in Amila Aponso.

Angelo Mathews appears to have put the worst of his injury troubles behind him and will lead the side, but his bowling career might be over, though Thisara Perera has filled the extra seamer role with aplomb.

Verdict: Bangladesh 31/20
On recent form alone, Bangladesh should get the jump on Sri Lanka, who struggled at home in their most recent assignment.

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The proposed high-speed rail route is aimed at boosting trade flows in the Bangladesh-China-India-Myanmar (BCIM) corridor. BCIM is one of the economic corridors of China’s Belt and Road initiative.
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At Oxfam, we are supporting women and girls to proactively overcoming these barriers and contributing to creating an environment where they are listened to and valued. These are some examples of how our gender-based humanitarian programs are making a difference to Rohingya women and girls both in the camps and in hosting communities.

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Rohingya refugee Ayesha with her daughters in her shelter in the camps in Cox's Bazar, Bangladesh. Credit: Maruf Hasan/Oxfam

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<p>Hanoï (AFP) - La dirigeante birmane Aung San Suu Kyi a défendu jeudi l'emprisonnement de deux journalistes de Reuters après leur enquête sur un massacre de musulmans rohingyas par l'armée de son pays, s'attirant une nouvelle salve de critiques internationales.</p><p>Tout juste a-t-elle concédé que les militaires auraient pu "mieux gérer" la crise, qualifiée de génocide par l'ONU, qui a conduit à l'exode au Bangladesh de 700.000 membres de la minorité musulmane rohingya depuis l'été 2017.</p><p>Les deux reporters "n'ont pas été emprisonnés parce que c'étaient des journalistes" mais parce que "le tribunal a décidé qu'ils avaient enfreint" la loi, a-t-elle dit lors du Forum économique mondial de l'Association des Nations d'Asie du Sud-Est à Hanoï, commentant pour la première fois ce jugement prononcé le 3 septembre.</p><p>"Si nous croyons en l'État de droit, ils ont tout à fait le droit de faire appel du jugement", a-t-elle préconisé, alors que l'indépendance du système judiciaire birman est sujet à caution.</p><p>"Beaucoup d'observateurs voyaient dans ce procès un test pour la liberté des médias, la démocratie et l'Etat de droit dans le pays.Il est plutôt clair que ce test a échoué", a dénoncé jeudi la cheffe de la diplomatie de l'UE Federica Mogherini, tandis que le Parlement européen a réclamé la libération immédiate des journalistes.</p><p>"Une fois de plus, Aung San Suu Kyi a faux sur toute la ligne (...) Elle ne comprend pas que l'+état de droit+ implique que soient respectées les preuves présentées à l'audience", a critiqué l'ONG Human Rights Watch, réagissant à cette rare prise de parole de la dirigeante birmane. </p><p>Amnesty International, par la voix d'un porte-parole, Minar Pimple, a fustigé "une tentative honteuse de la part d'Aung San Suu Kyi de défendre l'indéfendable", décrivant ses commentaires comme une "représentation déformée des faits".</p><p>Sean Brain, de la Commission internationale des juristes, ONG internationale ayant suivi de près le procès, a aussi contredit Suu Kyi, dénonçant un procès ayant été "un échec manifeste de l'état de droit".</p><p>La Prix Nobel de la Paix a été très critiquée à l'étranger pour son silence dans cette affaire, au point d'être qualifiée de "porte-parole des militaires" par un haut responsable de l'ONU.</p><p>Campant sur sa ligne de défense, elle s'est aussi montrée imperméable aux accusations contre l'armée birmane venues de l'ONU, qui a parlé fin août de "génocide" de la minorité musulmane des Rohingyas.</p><p>- Blocage du gouvernement -</p><p></p><p>"A posteriori, il y a bien sûr des façons dont la situation aurait pu être mieux gérée", a-t-elle dit en marge du Forum économique à Hanoï.</p><p>Après des mois de blocage par le gouvernement birman, des fonctionnaires de l'ONU ont débuté mercredi une mission en Birmanie afin d'évaluer les conditions d'un éventuel retour des centaines de milliers de Rohingyas qui ont fui le pays.</p><p>Cette mission intervient dans un contexte de grande tension entre la Birmanie et les Nations Unies.</p><p>Des enquêteurs de l'ONU avaient demandé en août que des poursuites soient engagées contre le chef de l'armée et cinq haut gradés.</p><p>La Cour pénale internationale s'était ensuite déclarée compétente pour enquêter sur certains des crimes perpétrés.</p><p>Aung San Suu Kyi est directement visée par le rapport des experts de l'ONU, qui déplore qu'elle n'ait pas utilisé son "autorité morale" pour tenter de faire cesser les atrocités.</p><p>En 2017, sous la menace de l'armée et de milices bouddhistes, plus de 700.000 Rohingyas ont fui le pays.Ils ont trouvé refuge dans d'immenses campements de fortune au Bangladesh.</p><p>Un accord de rapatriement a été signé entre Dacca et Naypyidaw fin 2017, mais le processus est au point mort, les deux pays se rejetant mutuellement la faute.Les réfugiés rohingyas refusent, quant à eux, de revenir tant que leur sécurité et leurs droits ne seront pas garantis.</p><p>Le rapport complet des enquêteurs de l'ONU est attendu le 18 septembre, et la Birmanie sera au centre des attentions lors de la prochaine Assemblée générale des Nations unies.</p><p></p>

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New York: The Myanmar Government granted permission to the United Nations inspection teams to assess dozens villages and townships in the country's Rakhine State, that were home to hundreds of thousands of Rohingya Muslims last year.

A total of four teams from the UN Refugee Agency (UNHCR) and UN Development Program (UNDP) will spend two weeks in the northern state where the Rohingya Muslims were allegedly murdered and subjected to imprisonment and sexual violence at the hands of the Myanmar military, CNN reported.

However, the country's military, who is known as the Tatmadaw, has repeatedly denied the mounting allegations.

According to UN spokesman Aoife McDonnell, the Myanmar government has given the UN teams to assess 23 individual villages and three other village wards at the weekend, while, the Inspectors began their initial work on Wednesday.

In June, the UN signed a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with Myanmar in which the government agreed "to create the conditions for safe, voluntary and sustainable return while fostering social cohesion," Al Jazeera quoted McDonnell as saying.

Around 70,000 Rohingya fled the country and settled into Bangladesh, where they have sought refuge. Many of those who crossed the border have recounted horrific stories of being evicted from their homes by the Myanmar army.(ANI)


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We must stop the relentless march of pests that attack cropsIn the space of two years, a tiny caterpillar species has taken a giant bite out of the African economy. Now prevalent in more than 40 countries, the voracious fall armyworm, which feeds on and destroys staple food crops such as maize and sorghum, is reported to have cost African farmers more than £10 billion. This voracious pest has reached India and, given, that it can travel up to 100 km in one night neighbouring countries should expect an invasion. This pest is unfortunately here to stay – fighting it will be a marathon, not a sprint. The first step to combating invasive pests and diseases is to recognise that they can travel across borders. The bacteria xylella fastidiosa, for example, has travelled from the United States to France, southern Italy and Spain, wreaking havoc on vineyards and olive groves. Visitors to these countries are being urged not to bring back flowers in their luggage for fear of inadvertently unleashing an outbreak in the UK. Local efforts alone will not stop the spread of invasive pests and diseases. There has to be effective regional and global coordination to track these invaders and quickly mobilise defences across countries, and even continents. An example of a successful international approach in tackling devastating diseases is the case of maize lethal necrosis (MLN), transmitted to plants by insects in Africa. The virus first appeared in Kenya in 2011, and was subsequently reported in various eastern African countries. In heavily infected areas, up 90 per cent of crops had to be destroyed. For a smallholder farmer, the ability to tackle a devastating pest or disease means a significant difference between profit or loss The International Maize and Wheat Improvement Center (known by its Spanish acronym CIMMYT) mounted a rapid response, first establishing an MLN screening facility in Naivasha, Kenya in 2013. We have screened more than 125,000 maize varieties over the last five years for MLN resistance and released 19 resistant varieties in Kenya, Tanzania and Uganda. This, alongside other efforts, has undoubtedly helped to stop the disease in its tracks, with no further spread in the last four years to any other country in southern or west Africa. In 2011, CIMMYT predicted that a mysterious disease known as wheat blast could devastate South Asia. Sure enough, in 2016 the disease struck seven districts of Bangladesh, killing all crops in some areas. Over a billion people in Bangladesh rely on wheat as a staple crop, and the crop is grown on 13 million hectares of land. Conservative estimates put losses at between $180 and $350 million in South Asia. Key facts | Fall Army Worm Thanks to early action by CIMMYT and partners wheat blast-resistant varieties, fortified with zinc for added nutrition, were rolled out to farmers in record time. The strain known as BARI Gom 33 was tested for resistance to wheat blast in field trials in Bolivia and Bangladesh and in greenhouse tests by the USDA Agricultural Research Service laboratory at Fort Detrick, Maryland. For a smallholder farmer, the ability to tackle a devastating pest or disease means a significant difference between profit or loss; a good livelihood or a poor one. While it is unlikely major crops will be wiped out entirely such pests delay food production leading to a hike in food prices, shortages and unrest. The United Nations recently reported that more and more people around the world are going hungry: this highlights how we must work together to stop the relentless march of pests and diseases like the fall armyworm, maize lethal necrosis and wheat blast. Dr Boddupalli Maruthi Prasanna is director of CIMMYT’s global maize programme Newsletter promotion - global health security - end of article  Protect yourself and your family by learning more about Global Health Security



          Study Of Spring Creek Watershed, Centre County Finds Conservation Dairy Farming Could Help PA Meet Chesapeake Bay Water Quality Targets      Cache   Translate Page      
By Jeff Mulhollem, Penn State News

If the majority of dairy farms in Pennsylvania fully adopt conservation best-management practices, the state may be able to achieve its total maximum daily load water-quality target for the Chesapeake Bay, according to researchers.
That is the conclusion of a novel assessment of the simulated effects of implementing a conservation dairy-farming system on all dairy farms in the Spring Creek watershed, a small drainage in Centre County.
In the simulations, the conservation dairy-farming systems-- which have been developed and tested by Penn State researchers over the last decade-- produce the majority of the feed and forage crops consumed by their cattle, use no-till planting, have continuous diversified plant cover, and have one system to employ manure injection.
Using a variation of the Soil and Water Assessment Tool-- known as SWAT-- which was customized and calibrated for the karst topography and hydrology in the Spring Creek watershed in earlier Penn State research, researchers modeled nutrient and sediment-loading processes of four dairy-farming scenarios that differed in land area, feed-production and nutrient-input strategies.
They compared nonpoint pollution generated by "typical" existing Pennsylvania dairy farms that include some no-till and limited cover cropping, with dairy farms under conservation management.
The customized SWAT simulated the four dairy-cropping scenarios for a 12-year period. All four dairy farms compared had 65 milking cows and young stock, fed the same dairy ration, and were assumed to produce the same amount of manure with the same nutrient composition.
But the land needed to produce the crops differed among the four farming scenarios, and the conservation farms had more land over which to grow feed and apply manure.
Compared to the "typical" Pennsylvania dairy farm that employs some best management practices, produces all the herd's forage, and purchases most of the cattle feed grain, the enhanced conservation dairy-cropping scenarios improved water quality by achieving significant pollution reductions.
Over the 12-year SWAT simulation, they cut the number of in-stream peaks of nutrients and sediment and reduced average concentration of sediment by 31 percent, organic nitrogen by 41 to 53 percent, nitrate by 23 percent, organic phosphorus by 36-45 percent and soluble phosphorus by 32 to 43 percent.
Both conservation scenarios also decreased nitrous oxide emissions by reducing denitrification, but the scenario that included manure injection retarded 91 percent of the nitrogen volatilization that occurred in the broadcast-manure scenario.
"We wanted to evaluate what happens at a whole watershed scale if dairy farmers implement different practices," said Heather Karsten, associate professor of crop production ecology, Penn State, whose research group in the College of Agricultural Sciences conducted the study. "So, we created these model farms to represent the range of dairy-farming systems that could be present in a watershed."
The conservation farms were based on the average Pennsylvania dairy farm acreage and herd size at the time the researchers designed the field study in 2010.
"They have twice as much land and are growing all of their feed and forage, which helps them be profitable, because feed costs account for at least 50 percent of milk-production costs," she said. "And, perhaps most important, they are not applying manure to the same land as often because they have more land to spread it on. In addition, when the conservation farms apply manure in fall, they apply it to winter annual crops that are either cover crops, that retain some of the nutrients, or silage crops, that utilize more of the fall-applied manure to produce forage crops."
Of course, achieving such large-scale adoption of conservation dairy-farming practices will not be simple, easy or cheap, Karsten conceded. Farmers will need access to affordable land to grow more feed for their herds and apply manure at lower rates.
And, she pointed out, technical assistance and financial incentives will be needed to facilitate large-scale adoption of best-management practices such as manure injection, winter annual silage production and cover cropping.
Only about a third of the land in Spring Creek watershed is agricultural, according to lead researcher M.G. Mostofa Amin, now a faculty member in the Department of Irrigation and Water Management at Bangladesh Agricultural University.
A postdoctoral scholar and research associate when he led the Penn State study, he noted that Spring Creek is one of the most studied streams in the East.
In earlier research, Amin used data from three U.S. Geological Survey streamflow- monitoring stations in the watershed to customize the SWAT model to simulate the geology and hydrological processes that contribute to sediment and nutrient loads in the Spring Creek watershed.
"Using SWAT to simulate and compare four farming systems over 12 years at the watershed scale enabled the team to assess the impact of large-scale implementation of the dairy-farming scenarios," Amin said. "We learned that the conservation dairy-farming scenarios can reduce nutrient and sediment losses from agricultural lands and help achieve targeted total maximum daily loads into the Chesapeake Bay."
Also involved in the research, published in the September issue of Agricultural Systems, were Douglas Beegle, distinguished professor of agronomy, Penn State and Peter Kleinman and Tamie Veith, both with the U.S. Department of Agriculture's Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, the U.S. Department of Agriculture Pasture Systems and Watershed Management Research Unit, and the Center for Nutrient Solutions at Penn State supported this research.
Questions should be directed Heather Karsten, Heather Karsten, associate professor of crop production ecology, Penn State, at 814-863-3179 or send email to: hdk3@psu.edu.
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The Vietnamese Embassy in Bangladesh and the Bangladesh-Vietnam Chamber of Commerce and Industry recently co-organised a trade promotion seminar in Chittagong city.
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          Myanmar's Suu Kyi: Rohingya Situation 'Could Have Been Handled Better'       Cache   Translate Page      

Under international pressure over alleged genocide by Myanmar's army, the Nobel laureate Aung San Suu Kyi acknowledged Thursday that her country's treatment of its Rohingya Muslims "could have been handled better."

Speaking at a World Economic Forum meeting in Vietnam, Suu Kyi also struck a defiant tone when a moderator asked her about two Reuters journalists jailed in Myanmar. She said their case "had nothing to do with freedom of expression at all."

It was a rare defense from Myanmar's soft-spoken leader, now 73, who won the Nobel Peace Prize in 1991. She spent nearly 15 years under house arrest at the hands of a repressive military junta, during which time she became one of the world's most famous political prisoners.

However, her reticence on both the fate of the Rohingya and the jailed journalists has been condemned by human rights groups and one-time admirers worldwide.

After 2017 attacks by Rohingya militants on Myanmar's security forces, the army launched a brutal counterinsurgency campaign, and more than 700,000 Rohingya fled from Myanmar's western Rakhine state into neighboring Bangladesh. They have accused soldiers of mass rape, murder and arson.

Last month, a U.N. special human rights team issued a report saying mass killings of Rohingya in Rakhine constituted genocide, and that top military commanders should face prosecution for crimes against humanity.

Myanmar's government also confirmed Thursday that Suu Kyi would not attend the United Nations General Assembly session later this month in New York. Amid the ongoing Rohingya crisis, she also declined to attend last year's General Assembly meeting.

This week, Bangladesh's Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina called on the international community to come up with ways to force Myanmar to repatriate the refugees, which have placed an enormous strain on her country's resources.

Suu Kyi said that Myanmar is willing to take back those who fled, but many Rohingya who escaped the horrors of the army's campaign are adamant about not returning. Suu Kyi says the the situation has been complicated by the involvement of two governments and myriad ethnic minorities in the area.

"There are of course ways in which with hindsight I think the situation could have been handled better," Suu Kyi said, stumbling over her words at the start.

She also defended Myanmar's security forces, saying "we have to be fair to all sides."

"The rule of law must apply to everyone. We cannot choose and pick," Suu Kyi said.

A provision in the country's constitution bars Suu Kyi, whose official is state counsellor, from holding the presidency or exerting control over the military.

Myanmar has also come under international criticism for jailing two Reuters journalists, Wa Lone and Kyaw Soe Oo, who had reported on a massacre of Rohingya civilians.

"It had to do with an Official Secrets Act," Suu Kyi said Thursday. "I wonder whether very many people have actually read the summary of the judgement."

Earlier this month, a Myanmar court sentenced the journalists to seven years in prison. Human rights groups and free press advocates say they were targeted for their work. Vice President Mike Pence is among those who have called for their release.

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On the Atrai River in the northwest of Bangladesh, a small beige boat is tied up in tall grass that lines the riverbank. The interior of the boat is packed with narrow benches which in turn are jammed with children. There are 29 students in this third-grade class and it would be hard to fit any more into the narrow vessel. The kids sit shoulder-to-shoulder facing a blackboard at the back of the boat. When the teacher asks for a volunteer to recite a multiplication table, 8-year-old Nila Khatun's hand shoots straight toward the unpainted ceiling. She leads the class in a chant that begins with "6 times 1 equals 6" in Bengali. They end with "6 times 9 equals 54." Educators in Bangladesh have a problem. Not only do they face many of the same challenges as teachers in other resource-poor countries — funding constraints, outdated textbooks, overcrowded classrooms — they also have to worry about monsoon rains. Flooding is so common in Bangladesh that students often can't get to the classroom
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Register to join us on Sept. 27 for an interactive Emissions Trading System (ETS) simulation by the Environmental Defense Fund (EDF). Using the EDF CarbonSim tool, this session will help students, scholars, and other members of the Duke community gain valuable ETS experience in a risk-free, entertaining, and fast-paced learning environment.

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Chinese Consul General in Kolkata Ma Zhanwu said his country was mooting a bullet train service between Kunming and Kolkata, traversing through Myanmar and Bangladesh.
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Hôm 29 tháng 8, 2018, trong buổi phóng vấn dành cho hệ thống truyền hình FOX, Đại tướng hồi hưu John M. Keane, nguyên Phó Tổng Tham Mưu Trưởng Liên Quân Hoa Kỳ và hiện là Chủ Tịch Viện Nghiên Cứu Chiến Tranh, lần nữa xác định quan điểm chiến lược của Mỹ xem “Trung Cộng là đe dọa an ninh lâu dài.”

Theo tướng John M. Keane, trong giai đoạn từ khi Tập Cận Bình nắm quyền tối cao tại Trung Cộng, khả năng quốc phòng của Trung Cộng đã phát triển nhanh hơn bất cứ quốc gia nào, kể cả Mỹ. Vào năm 2017, Trung Cộng có lực lượng hải quân lớn nhất thế giới về số lượng tàu chiến với 317 chiến hạm so với 283 của Mỹ.

Dĩ nhiên, sự so sánh của tướng John M. Keane chỉ đơn thuần về con số, các yếu tố khác có thể còn quan trọng hơn chưa được ông phân tích hay tạm gác qua bên.

Chính sách của Mỹ trong những năm sau biến cố 9/11/2001 tập trung vào chống khủng bố, chiến tranh Iraq, Afghanistan, và khủng hoảng Trung Đông. Giới cầm quyền Trung Cộng đã lợi dụng sự thờ ơ đó của Mỹ để quân sự hóa các vùng chiếm được trên Biển Đông và mở rộng ảnh hưởng trên Thái Bình Dương.

Chính sách đối ngoại “bẫy nợ” của Trung Cộng
Trung Cộng áp dụng chính sách đối ngoại hai mặt, vừa lấn áp chủ quyền thô bạo trên Biển Đông bất chấp luật pháp quốc tế và đồng thời vừa mở rộng quan hệ kinh tế với các quốc gia đang phát triển trong vùng để dụ họ vào chiếc bẫy nợ.

“Bẫy nợ” kinh tế tài chánh sẽ ảnh hưởng đến chính sách đối ngoại và quốc phòng. Các nước như Sri Lanka, Pakistan, Cambodia, Bangladesh, Nepal, Philipppines v.v.. đang sập vào bẫy nợ của Trung Cộng.

Các nhà phân tích ví von một cách mỉa mai rằng giấc mơ tươi đẹp của chủ nợ Trung Cộng là cơn ác mộng hãi hùng của các nước con nợ.

Mục đích chính của “bẫy nợ” do Trung Cộng tạo ra là an ninh chiến lược. Nỗi sợ của Trung Cộng là bị bao vây nên mọi chính sách đối ngoại của Trung Cộng đều nhằm giải tỏa vòng vây.

“Bẫy nợ” tại Sri Lanka như nhiều phân tích đã bàn đến. Ấn Độ là nước quan tâm nhất vì cảng chiến lược Hambantota chỉ cách Ấn Đô một trăm dặm . Các điều khoản của hợp ước sang nhượng Hambantota 99 năm có cả việc cho phép các tàu chiến Trung Cộng thả neo. Báo chí cho rằng Sri Lanka có khả năng đe dọa Ấn Độ tương tự như vị trí của Cu Ba đối với Mỹ trong Chiến tranh Lạnh.

Một ví dụ khác là Pakistan. Một phần năm tổng số nợ nước ngoài của Pakistan đến từ Trung Cộng. Không phải tự nhiên mà Trung Cộng trói Pakistan vào cột nợ. Pakistan giữ vị trí chiến lược cạnh sườn của Ấn Độ, đối thủ đáng lo của Trung Cộng tại Á Châu. Chính sách bị quốc tế kết án là có ý định chủ nghĩa đế quốc này của Trung Cộng không chỉ áp dụng với Pakistan mà còn đối với nhiều nước Á Châu khác. (Is Pakistan falling into China’s debt trap?, Abdul Khaliq, Committee For The Abolition Of Illegitimate Debt, 16-4-2018)

Nhưng trọng tâm của tất cả là chính sách Một Vòng Đai Một Con Đường (One Belt, One Road hay thường được gọi tắt là OBOR) của Tập Cận Bình. Khác với đề án Con Đường Tơ Lụa thời phong kiến Trung Hoa nối kết qua đường bộ, OBOR sẽ tập trung vào đường biển.
Đề án khổng lồ có ảnh hưởng đến 68 quốc gia, 4.4 tỉ người và 40 phần tổng sản lượng của nhân loại. Mục đích tối hậu không phải chỉ đơn thuần kinh tế nhưng nhằm phục hồi vị trí của đế quốc Trung Hoa một thời chế ngự Á Châu và lần này chế ngự thế giới.

Phản công của Mỹ
Với sự lắng dịu tình hình Trung Đông và sự đe dọa đến mức khẩn cấp của Trung Cộng tại Á Châu, bảo vệ vùng Thái Bình Dương Ấn Độ Dương đã trở thành mục đích tối quan trọng của Mỹ trong thời gian trước mắt cũng như lâu dài.

Về phía Mỹ, qua đạo luật NDAA 2019 được TT Donald Trump ký hôm 13 tháng 8, 2018 chuẩn chi 717 tỉ Mỹ kim cho các đề án quốc phòng tài khóa 2019 nhằm đương đầu với hai đối thủ khả năng là Nga và Trung Cộng. Đạo luật giải thích một cách chi tiết nhằm “cung cấp các lực lượng cần thiết và các cơ sở quân sự, khả năng yểm trợ trong khu vực. Đạo luật ủng hộ các thực tập quân sự với Nhật, Úc, và Ấn Độ và cải thiện sự hợp tác an ninh để đối lực lại ảnh hưởng đang dâng cao của Trung Quốc tại Á Châu, Đông Nam Á Châu và các khu vực khác.” (H.R. 5515: John S. McCain National Defense Authorization Act for Fiscal Year 2019)

Trật tự mới đang hình thành tại Á Châu
Điểm nổi bật trong chính sách đối ngoại của TT Trump thể hiện qua chuyến đi năm quốc gia Á Châu là việc giới thiệu chiến lược Ấn-Thái Bình Dương (Indo-Pacific Strategy). Mục đích của chính sách là tạo một không gian “tự do” và “mở” (free and open Indo-Pacific) đối xử theo cam kết và luật định tại khu vực Ấn Độ Dương và Thái Bình Dương. Rõ ràng chính sách này nhằm tạo một đối lực thông qua các liên minh giữa Mỹ và các đồng minh Á Châu, cụ thể là Ấn Độ quốc gia có dân số 1.3 tỉ người, để làm đối lực với chính sách bành trướng vô luật pháp của Trung Cộng.

Chận đứng tham vọng bành trướng của Trung Cộng là một thách thức lớn lao, không thể thực hiện bởi riêng một quốc gia nào mà bằng hàng loạt các liên minh tin cậy về kinh tế, chính trị và quốc phòng.

Một số nhà bình luận gọi chính sách Mỹ đang áp dụng đối với Trung Cộng là ngăn chận mới (new containment) mang nội dung kinh tế quân sự để phân biệt với chính sách ngăn chận thời Chiến tranh Lạnh mang nội dung chống Cộng sản bành trướng.

Một liên minh trục theo dạng NATO tại Á Châu sớm hay muộn cũng sẽ ra đời. Bên cạnh liên minh trục, các liên minh quốc phòng và hợp tác song phương, đa phương để dựa lưng nhau cũng sẽ được hình thành.

Còn quá sớm để dự đoán khả năng nào có thể xảy ra và tầm tác hại đến mức độ nào trong cuộc tranh chấp giữa Trung Cộng và khối tự do.

Trung Cộng sụp đổ do các mâu thuẫn bản chất đối kháng mang tính triệt tiêu hay chiến tranh có thể bùng nổ trong thời gian ngắn nữa tùy thuộc vào nhiều yếu tố.

Dù với khả năng nào, vai trò và tư cách lãnh đạo của các quốc gia nằm trong vòng ảnh hưởng của xung đột Á Châu hiện nay đóng một vai trò vô cùng quan trọng.

Bài học chủ quan ỷ lại vào phòng tuyến Maginot và thiếu lãnh đạo xứng đáng của Pháp trong giai đoạn trước thế chiến thứ hai đã làm Pháp, một trong ba cường quốc kinh tế và quân sự của Châu Âu, rơi vào tay Đức chỉ trong vòng 46 ngày vẫn còn là một đề tài nóng bỏng.

Ba thách thức của dân tộc Việt
Việt Nam như một dân tộc đang đứng trước ba thách thức chính, hai khách quan và một chủ quan: (1) ngoại xâm Trung Cộng, (2) nội thù Cộng Sản và (3) phân hóa trong nội bộ những người quan tâm đến tiền đồ đất nước. Các thành phần vô cảm, xu thời, cơ hội không cần thiết phải bàn trong bài này.

Trong ba thách thức, thách thức thứ ba nguy hiểm nhất, mang đặc tính chủ quan nhưng không khó khăn lắm để nhận diện. Nếu thắng được thách thức thứ ba, dân tộc Việt sẽ thắng thách thức thứ hai một cách dễ dàng và có khả năng cao sẽ thắng được thách thức thứ nhất.

Để nhận diện ra thách thức thứ ba, mỗi người chỉ cần tự trả lời cho mình một câu hỏi “Anh (chị) thật sự muốn gì cho đất nước?”

Câu hỏi thoạt có vẻ rất đơn giản, ngô nghê nhưng ít ai có thể trả lời cho chính mình một cách thông suốt.

Hầu hết, nếu không muốn nói là tất cả đều đồng ý, con đường duy nhất hiện nay là tập trung sức mạnh dân tộc, gạt bỏ mọi bất đồng, vận dụng các điều kiện quốc tế thuận lợi để đẩy mạnh cuộc vận động dân chủ tại Việt Nam đến thành công, xóa bỏ chế độ độc tài toàn trị CS, thiết lập một chế độ dân chủ pháp trị, hiện đại hóa đất nước toàn diện làm nền tảng cho việc phục hồi chủ quyền đất nước, mở đường cho một Việt Nam thăng tiến lâu dài.
“Đúng thế. Không có con đường nào khác”, nhiều người có thể thét to lên.

Tuy nhiên, không phải ai cũng sống và hành xử ngoài cộng đồng, ngoài xã hội đúng với tinh thần của câu trả lời mình đồng ý. Không ít người vẫn thích nguyền rủa hơn khuyên răn, thích dạy khôn hơn học hỏi lẫn nhau, thích kết án vội vàng hơn tìm hiểu lý do.

Nhận thức đúng không chỉ dành riêng những người có kiến thức rộng, đọc nhiều biết nhiều, đi nhiều hay ngay cả ở tù CS nhiều nhưng từ những người biết vượt qua hay luôn tìm cách vượt qua những tiêu cực, tị hiềm, hẹp hòi để sống vì cái chung của đất nước.

Cuộc chiến dài và hành trình tỵ nạn đầy hiểm nguy gian khổ đã để lại những vết thương, những vết hằn cá nhân sâu đậm trên thân thể và trong nhận thức của nhiều người, nhưng phải cố gắng vượt qua. Sinh mệnh của dân tộc lớn hơn, quan trọng hơn nỗi đau nhức riêng tư.

Tiền đề của cách mạng dân chủ
Thách thức thứ ba này cũng chính là tiền đề cách mạng dân chủ, và do đó, chưa thể có cách mạng dân chủ nếu những người đang tranh đấu không đồng thuận được ở những bước tiền đề.

Phong trào đối đầu với đảng CS Nga nói riêng và đảng CS Liên Xô nói chung trước 1991 cũng chứa đựng nhiều phân hóa, hận thù, nghi kỵ với đủ loại người từ một cựu ủy viên Bộ Chính trị Boris Yelstin cho tới nhà vật lý nguyên tử Andrei Sakharov. Tuy nhiên, họ đã đoàn kết dựa trên những mục tiêu cụ thể, giới hạn, rõ ràng và dứt khoát.

Phong trào dân chủ Nga biết muốn thắng đảng CS Liên Sô họ không thể đấu tranh bí mật, lén lút mà cần phải có cần một “sân chơi dân chủ” công khai và muốn có “sân chơi dân chủ” công khai họ phải đẩy đảng CS Nga vào chỗ chấp nhận “trò chơi dân chủ”.

Điểm bắt đầu của mục tiêu tranh đấu của họ, do đó, là “xóa bỏ điều sáu hiến pháp” trong đó quy định “đảng Cộng sản Liên Xô là lực lượng lãnh đạo và dẫn dắt xã hội Xô viết, là hạt nhân của hệ thống chính trị, của nhà nước và các tổ chức xã hội” mở đường cho bầu cử quốc hội tự do. Kết quả, phong trào dân chủ Nga thắng.

Các tiền đề cách mạng dựa trên các điều kiện tương tự cũng đã được áp dụng tại ba nước vùng Baltic trong cuộc vận động “thoát Liên Sô” trước 1990 qua ngã bầu cử quốc hội dân chủ và các quốc gia đó đã “thoát Liên Sô”.

Điều kiện lịch sử của thế giới tại mỗi thời điểm mỗi khác nhưng khát vọng tự do như hơi thở của con người, dù Mông Cổ, Latvia, Miến Điện hay Việt Nam cũng giống nhau.

Đất nước Việt Nam không gì khác hơn là một tập hợp của những con người có cùng lịch sử, cùng địa lý, cùng văn hóa và hôm nay đang cần có cùng một ước mơ tự do dân chủ. Nếu mỗi người Việt quan tâm, trả lời đúng và nỗ lực theo đuổi mơ ước tự do dân chủ của mình một cách chân thành, rồi đất nước sẽ đổi thay.












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Nel bresciano arrestato richiedente asilo per apologia di terrorismoBRESCIA, 13 SETTEMBRE - Oggi a Montichiari, nel Bresciano, la Polizia e la guardia di Finanza hanno arrestato su ordinanza di custodia cautelare un 20enne del Bangladesh, che viveva in una struttura d’accoglienza in quanto richiedente asilo. 
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Minimilönen för arbetare i Bangladeshs textilindustri ska höjas för första gången på fem år. Efter månader av förhandlingar mellan regeringen, fabriksägare och arbetare höjs minimilönen med 51 procent, från 5 300 till 8 000 taka (856 kronor), meddelar regeringen. Höjningen ska gälla från och med december i år.
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PhotoImage from page 85 of "Burma" (1900) Identifier: cu31924023498557 / Title: Burma / Year: 1900 (1900s) / Authors: Ferrars, Max Ferrars, Bertha / Subjects: Ethnology / Publisher: London : S. Low, Marston & Co., Ltd. / Contributing Library: Cornell University Library / Digitizing Sponsor: MSN / View Book Page: Book Viewer / About This Book: Catalog Entry / View All Images: All Images from Book http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/contact http://JohnBatchelorShow.com/schedules Twitter: @BatchelorShow Imam Malik Mujahid, Faith Coalition to End Genocide in Burma (stopgenocide.org) (TheFaithCoalition.org); anent: Rohingya genocide in Burma and the fearful silence of almost the entire world. Why are the Burmese doing this? In 2012, President Obama and Secretary Clinton visited there to much favorable fanfare; then Obama lifted all the sanctions on the [rapacious] junta. Forty-six human rights organizations asked him not to, but he did. As an outcome, what is happening currently is one of the most documented genocides of modern times. There are significant repercussions both inside and around Burma: now the Burmese military is going after the Christian Kachins; and, since nothing negative has happened in response, the military will continue its genocides. China also sees no action, so has put 3 million Uyghurs in concentration camps; and for the same reason India has severely maltreated Bangladeshis. The Burmese army committed mass rape, which it denies. Aung San Suu Kyi is at best a willing prisoner; at worst, a participant in the genocide. She constantly refuses to let the UN investigate. Would new sanctions reverse the crimes? Because 70% of the Burmese economy is spent on the military and full economic sanctions worked in the past, they’ll work now. President Trump can reverse the Obama orders, which lifted the original sanctions and so created conditions favorable to the genocide. The upshot of present US policy is that we’re still supporting a country that’s committing a genocide! We need to rescind Obama’s orders. [See: StopGenocide.org] American Buddhists might do well to become involved and take steps to prevent having their good name besmirched by Burma. In Congress and the Senate, both Foreign Relations Committees have passed resolutions but McConnell* refuses to let them come on to the floor. Uyghurs: Are Chinese authorities using the Burmese crimes as a rationale for crimes in Eastern Turkestan? Apparently yes; they think they can get away with murder. Is the North Korean military assisting in the Burmese persecution? Oh yes, highly likely – and, unfortunately, the Indians also endorse genocide, as they have gravely persecuted Christian tribes in their Northeast. .. .. .. * Addison Mitchell McConnell Jr. is an American politician serving as the senior United States Senator from Kentucky, a seat he was first elected to in 1984\. A member of the Republican Party, he has additionally served as the Senate Majority Leader since January 3, 2015.
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