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          Studenten naar buitenland voor medische studie      Cache   Translate Page      
Studenten die geen plek hebben gekregen op de Medische Faculteit van de Anton de Kom Universiteit van Suriname, krijgen de kans om in het buitenland de studie te volgen. Minister Antoine Elias ontving negen studenten die binnenkort zullen vertrekken naar Cuba en Servië voor hun medische studie. ...
          Paraguai quer agilizar acordo com Brasil para construir duas pontes      Cache   Translate Page      


O ministro das Relações Exteriores paraguaio, Luis Alberto Castiglioni, disse esperar que nos próximos cinco anos sejam construídas duas pontes entre Brasil e Paraguai, uma sobre o Rio Paraná e outra sobre o Rio Paraguai. Primeiro destino internacional do chanceler paraguaio após a posse, Castiglioni reuniu-se hoje (11) com o ministro Aloysio Nunes Ferreira no Palácio Itamaraty.


Um dos temas do encontro foi a integração viária entre os dois países. “Passaram-se 53 anos da construção da última ponte que liga Paraguai e Brasil [Ponte da Amizade]. Queremos, com a vontade política dos governos, que não se passe cinco anos para a construção de duas pontes internacionais”, disse Castiglioni.

Segundo Nunes Ferreira, os países estão atualmente negociando a construção das pontes binacionais sobre o Rio Paraná, ligando a cidade paranaense de Foz de Iguaçu à paraguaia Presidente Franco; e sobre o Rio Paraguai, entre as cidades de Porto Murtinho, em Mato Grosso do Sul, e Carmelo Peralta, do lado paraguaio.

“São duas conexões muito importantes e que poderão acontecer mais de 50 anos depois da inauguração da Ponte da Amizade”, disse o chanceler brasileiro.

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O ministro brasileiro voltou a defender a reforma da União de Nações Sul-Americanas (Unasul), que reúne 12 países (Argentina, Bolívia, Brasil, Chile, Colômbia, Equador, Guiana, Paraguai, Peru, Suriname, Uruguai e Venezuela)

“Reafirmamos nosso compromisso com a reforma da Unasul, de modo a torná-la uma organização voltada para questões objetivas, práticas, que dizem respeito a interesses dos povos dessa região, procurando afastá-la das questões que dividem, de natureza político-ideológica”, disse.

Em abril, os governos do Brasil, da Argentina, da Colômbia, do Chile, do Peru e do Paraguai decidiram suspender a participação na Unasul. Foi uma reação à resistência de um grupo de países (Bolívia, Venezuela e Suriname) em nomear o argentino José Octavio Bordón para o lugar do colombiano Ernesto Samper, que renunciou à secretaria-geral do bloco. O boicote ao nome do argentino foi liderado pela Venezuela e acompanhado pela Bolívia e pelo Suriname.

No fim de agosto, o presidente da Colômbia, Iván Duque, anunciou que, em seis meses, o país deixará de ser membro da Unasul. Ele justificou a saída afirmando que o bloco é cúmplice de um governo ditatorial na Venezuela.


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          Kenny B naar Luxor Live      Cache   Translate Page      
Kenny B naar Luxor Live

Kenny B was met ruim tien nummer 1 hits al een begrip in Suriname, toen hij in 2015 het Nederlandse muzieklandschap veroverde met zijn megahit ‘Parijs’. Maar liefst 23 weken stond de single in de Top 40, waarvan liefst 7 weken op 1. Het nummer groeide uit tot de meest succesvolle Nederlandstalige hit van het jaar. Parijs heeft inmiddels bijna 32 miljoen views op YouTube. Met Parijs wist Kenny B als eerste Nederlandse artiest 1 miljoen Spotify-streams in een week te scoren.

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          Staatsolie doneert voor aanschaf incubator      Cache   Translate Page      
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           Reactie op Bangmakerij en manipulatie door hendrikush       Cache   Translate Page      
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          (USA-ND-Minot) Sr Analyst Operational Technology Job      Cache   Translate Page      
*ABOUT HESS CORPORATION* Hess is a leading international independent energy company engaged in the exploration and production of crude oil and natural gas. We have an industry leading position in the Bakken in North Dakota. Hess is also one of the largest producers in the deepwater Gulf of Mexico and a key natural gas producer and supplier to Peninsular Malaysia and Thailand. The company is engaged in exploration and appraisal activities offshore Guyana, participating in one of the industry’s largest oil discoveries in the past decade, as well as the Gulf of Mexico, Suriname and Nova Scotia. Hess aims to attract, retain and energize the best people by investing in their professional development and providing them with challenging and rewarding opportunities for personal growth. We are always looking for talented professionals who share our values and are passionate about making a difference in the world and in their careers. We strive to meet the highest standards of corporate citizenship by protecting the health and safety of our employees, safeguarding the environment and creating a long-lasting, positive impact on the communities where we do business. For more information about Hess Corporation, please visit our website at Hess.com. *POSITION SUMMARY* Position would assume the responsibility of overseeing projects for software deployments, hardware installations, network upgrades, security implantations and virtualization rollouts, business analytics and data management projects and coordinating OT contract services. In addition to the normal problems that can cause a project to fail, factors that can negatively affect the success of an OT project include advances in technology during the project's execution, infrastructure changes that impact security and data management and unknown dependent relationships among hardware, software, network infrastructure and data. OT projects may also succumb to the first-time, first-use penalty which represents the total risk an organization assumes when implementing a new technology for the first time. Because the technology hasn’t been implemented or used before in the organization, there are likely to be complications that will affect the project’s likelihood of success. Job Role - A OT project manager focuses on the project management life cycle and are universal to all projects. The specific phases within a project, however, are unique to each project and represent the project life cycle. These five process groups comprise of the following. * Initiation – the project goal, need or problem is identified. The project manager is assigned to the project and the project charter is created. * Planning – the project manager and the project team work together to plan all of the needed steps to reach a successful project conclusion. The project planning processes are iterative in nature and it’s expected that planning will happen often throughout the project. * Execution – once the project plan has been created, the project team goes about executing the project plan to create the deliverables of the project. The project can shift to project planning as needed throughout project execution. * Monitoring and controlling – as the project is being executed by the project team, the project manager monitors and controls the work for time, cost, scope, quality, risk, and other factors of the project. Monitoring and controlling is also an ongoing process to ensure that the project addresses its targets for each project objective. * Closing – at the end of each phase and at the end of the entire project, project closure happens to ensure that all of the work has been completed, is approved, and ultimately transferred ownership from the project team successfully to operation *ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES* * Project scope management: the project scope is defined, documented, and approved. The project scope is protected from unauthorized changes, edited with approved changes, and validated by the project stakeholders for project acceptance. * Project schedule management: the project schedule is defined first by the working hours of the project, any project milestones, and ultimately a project deadline. The project team’s availability throughout the project is documented and planned accordingly. The project manager will work with the project team to identify the project tasks and task duration estimates in order to create a project timeline. * Project costs management: the costs of the project are estimated so that a budget for the project can be assigned. Project costs include materials, services, facilities, software licenses, and other expenses attributed directly to the project. * Project quality management: what constitutes quality in the project is defined in specific metrics and agreed upon among the stakeholders as early in the project as possible. Quality assurance programs and policies direct the project work, while quality control inspects the project work to confirm that quality has been ascertained in the work. * Project human resources management: the project manager works with the project team to verify that each team member is completing their assignments, working well with others, and that their participation and performance is reported to their respective managers. * Project communications management: stakeholders will need information from the project manager will need to provide information to the project manager throughout the project life cycle. This knowledge area creates a communications management plan that address who will need what information, when the information is needed, and the best modality for the communications. * Project risk management: risks are situations, events, conditions that can threaten, and sometimes benefit, the objectives of the OT project. Risks must be identified, analyzed, and a response created for the risk event. The probability and impact of each risk event is evaluated to create a risk score to justify the costs needed to manage the risk event * Project procurement management: should the project need to purchase goods or services, a formal process for procurement will need to be created. The plan should address the project’s selection of contract type, administration of the contract, purchasing audits, and contract closeout. Many project managers do not manage procurement, but defer to the organization’s centralized procurement or purchasing department and processes. * Project stakeholder management: stakeholders are anyone that has a vested interest in the project. Stakeholder management is the identification, inclusion, and communication with the groups of project stakeholders. It manages the anxieties and concerns the stakeholders may have about the project work. * Project integration management: this special knowledge area is the coordination of the events in all of the other knowledge areas. How well the project manager performs in one knowledge directly affects the performance of the other knowledge areas. Project integration management examines the interactions and contingencies among the knowledge areas to ensure that the project is adequately planned, executed, controlled and closed. Current Project Examples: * Manage activities related to cyber security remediation efforts. * Manage network upgrades and installation to improve performance in field network. * Manage communications loss notifications resolutions and automation support. * Manage new facility installations or additions for construction activities. * Manage the gathering of information for new project or facilities design. *QUALIFICATIONS, EXPERIENCE & EDUCATION* * Highly motivated self-starter willing to accept responsibility and accountability. * Be able to recognize and solve problems. * Actively participates in safety programs and initiatives. * Excellent communication skills. * Work effectively with others to accomplish organizational goals. * Ability to interpret various documentation and drawings for electronic, electrical, and instrumentation. Including blueprints, schematics, Loop drawings, P&ID's * Understanding of SCADA and XSPOC systems. * Strong understanding of Industrial networking practices. * Knowledge of radio, fiber optic, wired or wireless Ethernet for SCADA systems. * Required knowledge of Layer 2 and Layer 3 networking. * Experience with installation and management of fiber optic systems or related devices. * Working knowledge of PLC systems, industry standard communication protocols, such as TCP/IP, Devicenet, Ethernet/IP, Modbus, and Hart * Familiar with network test equipment usage and best practice fundamentals * Must have attention to detail and provide quality workmanship. _Competencies_ The Hess Way of Working refers to competencies considered absolute pre-requisites for success. How you deliver results is as important as what you achieve. Every employee is expected to demonstrate the behaviors within these competencies to be considered an effective performer and, ultimately, earn career growth opportunities. * Builds Trusted Relationships * Develops Talent * Creates Effective Teams * Thinks Strategically * Inspires Innovation * Demonstrates Courage * Drives Continuous Improvement * Makes Quality Decisions * Delivers High Performance Hess is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, national origin, protected veteran status, disability status, or any other characteristic protected by law. Posting Notes: Jordyn Makell Gustafson | Employee | Field/Plant Operations | United States| North Dakota | Minot | | | | | No | 24470
           La OEA aprueba una nueva resolución para condenar la violencia y la represión en Nicaragua       Cache   Translate Page      
La resolución ha recibido 19 votos a favor (Antigua y Barbuda, Argentina, Bahamas. Brasil, Canadá, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Ecuador, Estados Unidos, Guyana, Jamaica, México, Panamá, Paraguay, Perú, República Dominicana, Santa Lucía, y Uruguay), 4 votos en contra (Bolivia, Nicaraguay, San Vicente y las Granadinas y Venezuela), y 9 abstenciones (Barbados, Belize, El Salvador, Guatemala, Haití, Honduras, San Kitts y Nevis, Suriname, y Trinidad y Tobago).
          Sky and Space Global to provide nanosatellite connectivity services in Indonesia, Suriname      Cache   Translate Page      
(Telecompaper) Sky and Space Global has expanded its reach into Indonesia and Suriname. The company has signed a binding memorandum of understanding agreement with...
          Rekenkamer China op bezoek       Cache   Translate Page      
De Rekenkamer van Suriname zal van 15 -18 september een delegatie van de Rekenkamer van China (China National Audit Office (CNAO)) op bezoek hebben. Tijdens dit bezoek zullen onder andere de mogelijkheden voor verruiming van de samenwerking tussen beide instituten besproken worden. De dia ...
          Reactie op De voornaam Jayden: niet uit de Bijbel, maar uit Star Trek door Danny      Cache   Translate Page      
Dat mensen de naam Jayden linken met iets negatiefs zegt zeer waarschijnlijk iets over hun eigen bekrompenheid. Hoe kun je bijvoorbeeld nu over een naam zeggen dat je die niet verwacht ip een universiteit tegen te komen. Dat is hetzelfde als zeggen wat de FVD gezegd zou hebben over genetische afkomt en gekleurde medemensen. En dat zou dan weer racistisch zijn? Of wat onze minister Blok zegt over Suriname of over de mislukte integratie door genetische afkomst. En ja onze zoon heet ook Jayden en die naam betekend voor iets heel speciaals. Het was voor ons heel moeilijk om kinderen te krijgen en hebben dus wel over de naam nagedacht. Hij doet het heel goed en zou zomaar naar een universiteit kunnen als hij zo zijn best blijft doen. Stelletje racisten hier. Jammer hoor.
          22 golfers to represent Guyana in Suriname Open      Cache   Translate Page      
Ahead of the upcoming Guyana Open Golf tournament, local pros will get ideal preparation in the rivalry between Guiana Shield countries, which is slated to run on October 6-7th in Suriname. Twenty-two of Guyana’s best are set to wing out to Suriname to participate in this tournament. Guyana will be hosting its major tournament of […]
          Surinaams bedrijf haalt internationale standaard      Cache   Translate Page      
Ooit bij stilgestaan dat wc-papier nu van een gecertificeerd bedrijf komt? Shen Long Company is de eerste Surinaamse onderneming die toiletpapier produceert onder de kwaliteitsnorm ISO 9001: 2015. “Dit betekent ten eerste de erkenning van onze producten en ons bedrijf. En voor de Surinamers dat ...
          Trinidad & Tobago among the USMNT U-20's opponents at CONCACAF Championship      Cache   Translate Page      
The U.S. U-20s will face Trinidad and Tobago, Suriname, St. Vincent and Grenadines and the U.S. Virgin Islands.
          9/13/2018: STAD EN RAND: Steekpartij als moordpoging bestempeld      Cache   Translate Page      
De steekpartij op de parking van de vestiging van McDonald’s aan de Lambrechtshoekenlaan, waarbij een 23-jarige vrouw zwaargewond raakte, is door het parket gekwalificeerd als een moordpoging. De verdachte, een 22-jarige man uit Suriname, werd door de...
          Trial of ISIS Plot to Kill U.S. Ambassador to Suriname Gets No Coverage      Cache   Translate Page      
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Last year, a few foreign news outlets reported an alleged local ISIS plot to murder the U.S. ambassador to … Suriname. My curiosity was piqued -- an ISIS franchise in South America? -- but coverage has been extremely rare.
To date, no American media outlet has regarded an ISIS plot to murder an American diplomat in Paramaribo as newsy enough to send a reporter there, or even to ask around in Washington. These events are so unusual that the U.S. State Department's most recently released Country Reports on Terrorism, in its section on South America, doesn't even offer a section about Suriname.
Here’s what is known, as best as can be pieced together from local news outlets in the former Dutch colony of 500,000 Dutch-speaking people. (Suriname, by the way, is nestled between Guyana and French Guiana, which are on Brazil’s northern border to the east of Venezuela. One other terrorism-related oddity about Suriname: the son of former President Desi Bouterse -- who had ironically worked on the country’s national counterterror unit -- is currently in a U.S. prison serving time for attempting to support Hezbollah in a conspiracy to traffic in narcotics.)
This story broke on July 23, 2017, when “information from foreign intelligence agencies” and local sources led to SWAT raids and the arrests of two Dutch-Surinamese brothers, Raoul A. (35) and Nasser A. (31), who had started a Sharia law-compliant butchery. Several other suspects were arrested as well. A reported target of terrorist plotting was career diplomat Ambassador Edwin R. Nolan, who arrived at his appointed post in December 2015 and who apparently remains on post. There’s been some unresolved, contradictory reporting about whether the ambassador and embassy were credibly targeted, or targeted at all. But information has been scarce, and the American embassy has not commented.
The brothers were among five suspects “believed to be Muslim” who were initially arrested, according to local reporting. One of the suspects reportedly was the daughter of Ronnie Brunswijk, a member of Parliament and former guerilla commando. Brunswijk confirmed that his daughter, who was riding in the same car as the suspects, also was arrested but was soon released. The two arrested brothers, both born in the Netherlands before emigrating to their parents’ native Suriname a few years before their arrests, were charged with terrorism-related offenses and faced trial in Paramaribo.
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Many months elapsed before more news was published about this caper. The May 23, 2018, issue of The Daily Herald, which describes itself as “the leading newspaper for St. Maarten and the Northeast Caribbean,” finally advanced the story by providing some initial trial coverage. It reported that the brothers regarded themselves as ISIS loyalists and actively recruited fighters to go to Syria, at least two of them from Suriname. At a hearing in May, authorities reportedly produced chat messages that showed Raoul A. had developed “tight relationships” with key people within ISIS. He was described as the “brains behind the Islamic State’s branch in Suriname” and said to run online chatrooms where radicalized locals could meet virtually. Both brothers reportedly were planning to relocate to Syria with their families, but were arrested first.
One of their recruits was a local woman named “Fiona S.” She actually attempted to reach Syria but was caught at the Turkey border and returned to Suriname.
Nothing further seems to have been reported about the targeting of Ambassador Nolen and/or the U.S. embassy. There’s been no news since late May on the trial proceedings.
Surinamese authorities did take seriously an “ISIS terror threat” posted on social media threatening mass killings if Raoul A. and Nasser A. were not released from jail, according to the Jamaica Observer. The posted threat: “Listen to me Suriname and listen clearly. This is a message from ISIS. Free our brothers. We will kill 50 peoples from Anton de Kom University, Santa Boma and Lyceum 1. If you do not take it seriously, we will kill more.”
Until now, Suriname had not been associated with Islamic terrorism or any plot such as this. But the plot -- and a presumably ongoing counterterrorism investigation there -- would register as significant on a number of counts beyond just the fact that Islamic terrorists possibly aspired to murder an insufficiently protected American diplomat, a la Benghazi.
American media ought to go down and ask some questions. Here’s why:
1. Suriname maintains close cultural, political, and trade ties to the Netherlands, which happened to be a source country for many passport-holding extremists who fought with ISIS in Syria. Dutch passport holders and thousands of other European Union citizens who fought with ISIS can hop a plane to Suriname without a visa, at a time when returning terrorist fighters are presumed to be widely circulating through the global bloodstream. As documented here, once Islamic terrorists find the easy breach into a Latin American nation like Suriname, they're in the smuggling lanes to the Texas border.
Furthermore, the State Department’s country reports on terrorism has this to say about Latin America:
Many countries in Latin America have porous borders, limited law enforcement capabilities, and established smuggling routes. These vulnerabilities offered opportunities to local and international terrorist groups ... Canada and the Caribbean -- particularly Trinidad and Tobago -- were sources of foreign terrorist fighters in 2016; the return of these trained foreign terrorist fighters is of great concern.
2. A viable Islamic terrorist cell formed in Suriname is certainly a national security concern. This thwarted plot demonstrates that the security of our diplomats and American tourists in sleepy, out-of-the-way corners of the world may no longer be taken for granted. Our national security apparatus may need to start extending a more penetrating view into obscure former European colonies with lax visa requirements -- like Suriname -- to keep Americans safe.
3. When American diplomats anywhere become targets of purported Islamic terrorist plots, that's a news story. Even with U.S. media facing dire criticism these days, many Americans would still prefer to get news from American outlets rather than small foreign newspapers that may be less reliable. As a former reporter myself, I would suggest to American news reporters that they should please get to it already.

          New UNASUR HQ is a Museum      Cache   Translate Page      
Evo Morales opened a new headquarters for UNASUR in Cochabamba. He called it the "big house of South America," which doesn't make much sense to me, so I wonder if there is a cultural reference with which I am unfamiliar.

At this point, the building is essentially a museum of dreams that could never quite come true. Argentina, Brazil, Chile, Colombia, Paraguay, and Peru all temporarily withdrew (which the TeleSur article conveniently omits), then Colombia decided that would be permanent, while Ecuador's President Lenín Moreno took away its building and turned it into an indigenous university.

This only leaves Bolivia, Guyana, Suriname, Uruguay, and Venezuela. As houses go, that's not very big, and one of the rooms is burning down.
          Uitspraak Blok ’afgedane zaak’ voor Suriname      Cache   Translate Page      
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