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Foreign tourist inflow in August ebbs 2.6%

DF Report

The number of nights spent by foreign tourists at Finnish accommodation establishments decreased in August 2018, said the Statistics Finland.

About 754,000 nights were recorded at the establishments as spent by foreign visitors, which was 2.6 per cent lower than that in the previous month of August.

In contrast, the number of overnight stays in the month at accommodation establishments by domestic tourists increased by 2.5 per cent year-on-year to almost 1.6 million.

Overall, 2.3 million overnight stays by tourists were recorded at Finnish accommodation establishments, posting a 0.8 per cent rise than that in August 2017.

The data have been collected from accommodation establishments with at least 20 beds or caravan pitches with electricity connection.

Finnish accommodation establishments recorded close on 24,000 overnight stays for Estonian tourists, marking a y-o-y rise of 12.4 per cent, and 27,000 overnight stays, spelling a 10.0 per cent y-o-y rise for Spanish visitors, in August last.

The top three source countries continued to go strong; only the order changed. Russians were the largest group of foreign tourists with nearly 91,000 overnight stays. The number was almost the same as one year before, declining by just 0.1 per cent. Germans were the second biggest group with nearly 89,000 overnight stays recorded for them at Finnish accommodation establishments, which, however, was 7.2 per cent lower year-on-year. Swedes comprised the third largest group with close on 75,000 nights spent, posting a 2.6 per cent decline from that in August last year.

Chinese tourists took the fourth place with almost 42,000 overnight stays recorded that means a 1.6 per cent spike from the number of overnight stays by them in August 2017.

Nights spent by visitors from almost all the top source countries decreased in August. The biggest decline came from the Great Britain and the United States. The overnight stays by British visitors dropped by 16.1 per cent and by US visitors by 11.1 per cent year-on-year. Slightly over 34,000 overnight stays were recorded for British visitors and 36,000 for the visitors from the US. Despite the decline, they were still the biggest source countries of tourists after China this August.

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Liputan6.com, Paris - Penyerang Atletico Madrid, Antoine Griezmann, percaya pemain Timnas Prancis harus memenangkan Ballon d'Or 2018, setelah sukses menjuarai Piala Dunia 2018 di Rusia.

Griezmann masuk dalam daftar nominasi 30 pemain untuk penghargaan Ballon d'Or 2018. Total, ada enam pemain Timnas Prancis yang masuk nominasi tersebut.

"Seorang pemain Prancis harus memenangkan Ballon d'Or," kata Griezmann, sebagaimana dikutip di sampul depan majalah France Football.

Yang menarik, Karim Benzema, yang bukan lagi pilihan Timnas Prancis, termasuk di Piala Dunia 2018, masuk dalam nominasi Ballon d'Or 2018. Benzema berprestasi bersama Real Madrid, yang menjadi juara Liga Champions 2017-2018.

Benzema mencetak satu gol ke gawang Liverpool dalam kemenangan 3-1 Real Madrid. Penampilan Benzema terbilang konsisten sepanjang musim lalu, kendati dia terasing dari Timnas Prancis.

* Update Terkini Asian Para Games 2018 Mulai dari Jadwal Pertandingan, Perolehan Medali hingga Informasi Terbaru di Sini.

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I’m camping in Europe at the moment. Pitching my tent at rest stops, in the mountains and inconspicuously behind bushes on private land. I’m camping because there are some day hikes I can’t bear to leave after only a few hours. I want to wake up in the fog and sleep amongst all the creatures that explore the land at night. I’m also doing it to stretch the little money I flew to Europe with.

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Tutti sappiamo che l’Europa ci frega, ma non immaginiamo fino a che punto la truffa è raffinata. Oh, certo, sì… paghiamo con un euro di debito una banca, per la quale, se quella moneta vale 10 centesimi, è già tutto grasso che cola. Anche una banconota da 500 euro costa pressappoco qualche centesimo, ma il guadagno è maggiore: se poi è denaro elettronico… puf! Non costa niente. E ti sei indebitato per il valore nominale. Un sistema come questo, però, richiede che la gente ci creda, che non possa farne a meno, che abbia paura se taglia i legami con la banca strozzina. Per fare questo, ci vogliono fior di politici e di giornalisti: e chi paga? Sempre noi, paghiamo anche le fruste dei nostri aguzzini. Mai dato uno sguardo ai bilanci dell’Ue? L’Ue è “prodiga e trasparente”, quando si tratta di mostrare quanto sono buoni e onesti con noi, salvo che – come in ogni gioco di un prestigiatore – il trucco c’è, ma non si vede. E non parlo d’ingegneria finanziaria: è più semplice, ma efficientissimo. Vediamo, anzitutto, quanto versano e ricevono i vari paesi, annualmente, all/dall’Ue, considerando che una parte viene restituita sotto forma di finanziamenti. Ogni anno (dati 2015) la “tassa” che l’Italia paga per rimanere nell’Ue è di circa 14-15 miliardi di euro, mentre quelli che ci ritornano sono circa 12-13.
Così, adesso abbiamo ben cinque livelli di tassazione: Europa, Stato italiano, Regioni, Province (ora “Enti di vasta area”) e Comuni: una bella zuppa, non c’è che dire. Perché, se l’Italia è un paese “in gravi difficoltà” per quanto riguarda il debito pubblico, non riceve più di quanto dà? La Grecia, difatti è nel novero dei “riceventi”, come del resto l’Estonia, che non ha praticamente debito pubblico. Mistero. Chissà poi perché la Spagna riceve parecchio di più rispetto a quanto versa… Insomma, è un guazzabuglio senza senso, dove sembra che più dei dati oggettivi – di bilancio o di bisogno – contino di più appoggi ed alleanze con paesi potenti. Un altro aspetto è che – con un paio di eccezioni – tutti i paesi dell’area euro sono a saldo negativo, mentre i paesi fuori dall’euro sono a saldo positivo: la Polonia, ad esempio, riceve 9 miliardi in più di quanto versa, (l’ammontare del RdC tanto contestato all’Italia), che insieme alla Grecia non ha mai avuto un serio assegno di disoccupazione, quale il RdC è. Si vede che il detto “se lo conosci lo eviti”, riferito all’euro, si è fatto strada e… devono far vedere che sono prodighi! Ci piacerebbe anche sapere come mai il signor Juncker s’arrabbia così tanto per l’Italia quando il suo paese – che è un paradiso fiscale nel bel mezzo dell’Europa – versa pochissimo: eh già, i lussemburghesi sono pochi e il Pil è scarso… in compenso, i bilanci delle banche sono astronomici.
Tutti i paesi a forte penetrazione economica tedesca (soprattutto industriale) sono a saldo positivo: così è anche per la Spagna, dove i capitali germanici hanno investito in lungo ed in largo. Ma… ciò che riceviamo? Sono pur sempre una dozzina di miliarduzzi… Vediamo come l’Ue li ripartisce per aree economiche. L’Ue riceve, complessivamente, circa 155 miliardi l’anno dagli Stati membri, però i bilanci sono settennali. Perché? Forse un “ricordo” dei piani quinquennali sovietici? Mistero. Ciò che più è importante è notare la ripartizione del bilancio di previsione 2014-2020, che supera la fantasmagorica cifra di 1.000 miliardi di euro e che aumenta ogni anno di 4 miliardi. Beati loro: lo sanciscono per editto, come gli imperatori del Sacro Romano Impero. Curiosità (ma non troppo): l’Ue spende – ogni anno – circa 4 miliardi in compensi, cioè stipendi. Riteniamo che, nella cifra, ci siano sia i politici che i burocrati… oppure i secondi sono pagati con i 10 miliardi annui dell’amministrazione? E Global Europe, cos’è? Sono più di 9 miliardi annui spesi per l’immagine dell’Ue nel mondo e per le spese conseguenti: un bel mistero, visto che l’Ue non ha un’unica politica estera e non è nemmeno un’entità statuale, federale o confederale. E allora?
Rimangono pochi spiccioli – circa 2,5 miliardi l’anno – per sicurezza e cittadinanza e ben 20 miliardi l’anno per crescita e lavoro. Ma veniamo alle due ripartizioni principali, che sono, rispettivamente, la prima più legata agli aspetti industriali (Coesione, ecc) e la seconda all’agricoltura, che si “beccano” la prima circa 50 miliardi l’anno e la seconda addirittura circa 60 miliardi tondi tondi l’anno. Cosa ci fanno? Beh, se notate la sfilza di finanziamenti a fondo perduto, capite subito che si tratta di soldi dati a soggetti pubblici o altri grandi investitori privati. L’Europa, ai piccoli imprenditori o, comunque, a qualcuno che non abbia dietro “consistenti” appoggi politici, non dà una mazza. Due brevi esempi. Due ragazze avevano deciso d’avviare un’attività legata al loro territorio (Langa), ossia una stalla dove allevare capre per fare formaggi caprini: ci sono riuscite – e adesso vendono le loro formaggette – ma le hanno aiutate le loro famiglie. Pur bussando più volte a molte porte, non hanno ottenuto nulla dalla “grande” Europa. Nella seconda fui coinvolto personalmente.
L’idea, partita da una parrocchia, era quella di creare una cooperativa fra ex carcerati che si occupasse di restauro ligneo: fui interpellato come esperto del settore (provengo da una famiglia d’antiquari) insieme ad un amico restauratore. Credevamo, essendo le uniche persone esperte, di dirigere la struttura ma non era così: la direzione generale della struttura era affidata ad un “diacono” che nessuno conosceva. Incontrai questo “diacono”, m’offrì una grappa e mi disse: «Tanto è inutile che voi pretendiate la direzione, perché “noi” riceveremo i fondi europei, voi mai». Bevvi d’un sorso la grappa e lo salutai. A mai più. Quella enorme massa di denaro che viene elargita per vari “progetti” non è altro che una colossale regalia al potere politico di una nazione, allo scopo di garantirsi la fedeltà assoluta ai dettami europei. I mille capannoni abbandonati, cosa furono? Altrettante tangenti o, comunque, “provvigioni” ottenute da “progetti” che erano inconsistenti, privi d’utilità economico-sociale, buoni solo per finanziare questo o quello, europeisti convinti, ovvio.
Infine, c’è la bella favola del Fondo Sociale Europeo – il quale, per sua definizione, potrebbe essere usato anche per il RdC – ma no, non s’ha da fare. Perché? Perché la gestione del Fse era delle Regioni, poi delle Province… e adesso? Sono i famigerati “centri per l’impiego”, ossia posti dove una miriade di burocrati s’affannano per farti credere che il lavoro si troverà… a patto di fare quel certo corso d’aggiornamento, tenuto dal luminare universitario, pagato profumatamente, mediante il quale magari ti daranno anche un punteggio. E tu mangiaci, col punteggio. Mentre loro sono i veri destinatari del Fse: erano la base elettorale dei partiti che prima erano al governo e che temono un’affermazione dei sovranisti alle prossime elezioni europee. Finisce la pacchia? Vedremo. Un bilancio europeo siffatto serve soltanto a un trasferimento di denaro, che passa dai fondi pubblici alle tasche private: difatti, l’Europa è il continente che più esporta capitali nei paradisi fiscali (Isole Cayman, ecc). Ben 2.600 miliardi di dollari! Pronti, all’evenienza, ad acquistare stock di debito pubblico di un certo paese, oppure a venderli: così si ottiene il controllo di un continente, mediante lo spread ed il tipico atteggiamento dei cravattari.
Del resto, cosa ci si può aspettare da un uomo (Juncker) che ha promosso l’elusione fiscale per le grandi aziende, nel suo paese e nel resto d’Europa, documentata da un’inchiesta di ben 80 giornalisti di 26 paesi, e un processo nel quale i giudici (lussemburghesi) hanno condannato…i giornalisti che avevano indagato?! Ora, torniamo a noi ed a quel famoso 2,4% che ha fatto infuriare Juncker: una nazione, pesantemente indebitata (come quasi tutti i grandi paesi europei), decide – dopo anni d’inconcludenti restrizioni economiche – di provare la via keynesiana, ossia di fornire risorse alle fasce più deboli della popolazione affinché, visto che quei soldi finiranno spesi per necessità (e non alle Cayman!), si possa innalzare la crescita e, in questo modo, ridurre il rapporto debito-Pil. E’ un tentativo plausibile? L’alternativa? Continuare in ristrettezze con il debito che sempre aumenta? Crediamo che Juncker sia arrabbiato, perché loro campano proprio sul debito altrui, come gli usurai: se qual debito non ci fosse, si dovrebbe inventarlo! Però, c’è un però.
Per la prima volta sono giunti al potere partiti anti-europeisti: non tanto per principio, quanto per la miseria che è diventata questa Europa, che va sempre peggio, nella quale l’Indice di Gini (la disuguaglianza sociale) è sempre in aumento, nella quale in ogni paese s’avvertono solo “necessità di tagliare”, via welfare, via scuole, via ospedali… Il guaio è che è capitato in un grande paese: l’Italia. Al punto che, se si dovesse giungere ad uno scontro veramente duro, quel paese potrebbe sottoporre ai suoi elettori un referendum consultivo (come per il referendum consultivo per l’adesione, nel 1989) e decidere, vista l’impossibilità di rimanere insieme, d’andarsene. E sarebbe la fine dell’Unione Europea. Alcuni burocrati europei l’hanno capito (Moscovici, ad esempio, più “morbido”) mentre Juncker – che non è un gran politico, la sua formazione è prevalentemente economica – sembra non volerlo capire. Alle prossime elezioni europee lo capirà: coraggio, Juncker, non è mai troppo tardi!
(Carlo Bertani, “I bilanci del Sacro Romano Impero”, dal blog di Bertani del 2 ottobre 2018).

Tutti sappiamo che l’Europa ci frega, ma non immaginiamo fino a che punto la truffa è raffinata. Oh, certo, sì… paghiamo con un euro di debito una banca, per la quale, se quella moneta vale 10 centesimi, è già tutto grasso che cola. Anche una banconota da 500 euro costa pressappoco qualche centesimo, ma il guadagno è maggiore: se poi è denaro elettronico… puf! Non costa niente. E ti sei indebitato per il valore nominale. Un sistema come questo, però, richiede che la gente ci creda, che non possa farne a meno, che abbia paura se taglia i legami con la banca strozzina. Per fare questo, ci vogliono fior di politici e di giornalisti: e chi paga? Sempre noi, paghiamo anche le fruste dei nostri aguzzini. Mai dato uno sguardo ai bilanci dell’Ue? L’Ue è “prodiga e trasparente”, quando si tratta di mostrare quanto sono buoni e onesti con noi, salvo che – come in ogni gioco di un prestigiatore – il trucco c’è, ma non si vede. E non parlo d’ingegneria finanziaria: è più semplice, ma efficientissimo. Vediamo, anzitutto, quanto versano e ricevono i vari paesi, annualmente, all/dall’Ue, considerando che una parte viene restituita sotto forma di finanziamenti. Ogni anno (dati 2015) la “tassa” che l’Italia paga per rimanere nell’Ue è di circa 14-15 miliardi di euro, mentre quelli che ci ritornano sono circa 12-13.


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Japan passport holders will find it easier than ever to travel the world, as their travel documents have just moved up in the global Henley Passport Index to take the top spot.

The Henley Passport Index is a ranking of all of the passports in the world based on the number of countries their holders can travel to visa-free.

Until now Japan had been sharing joint first place with Singapore, which gained visa-free access to Uzbekistan earlier this year bringing its total to 189 countries.

However, earlier this month Japan gained visa-free access to Myanmar bringing its total to 190 - once again taking it to the top spot.


It's still a milestone for both Japan and Singapore, as 2018 is the first year in the index's 13-year history that either of them has had the most powerful passport in the world.
Both are way ahead of the UK and US which share fifth place with Portugal, the Netherlands, Austria and Luxembourg - but it's worth noting that the top four spots are shared by 10 countries.

Experts had previously revealed that the UK ranking is unlikely to increase until there is certainty regarding Brexit.
Full Henley Passport Index 2018

    Japan (190 countries)
    Singapore (189 countries)
    Germany, France, South Korea (188 countries)
    Denmark, Finland, Italy, Sweden, Spain (187 countries)
    Norway, UK, Austria, Luxembourg, the Netherlands, Portugal, USA (186 countries)
    Belgium, Switzerland, Ireland, Canada (185 countries)
    Australia, Greece, Malta (183 countries)
    New Zealand, Czech Republic (182 countries)
    Iceland (181 countries)
    Hungary, Slovenia, Malyasia (180 countries)
    Slovakia, Latvia, Lithuania (179 countries)
    Liechtenstein, Estonia (178 countries)
    Poland (175 countries)
    Monaco, Chile (174 countries)
    Cyprus (173 countries)
    Brazil (171 countries)
    Argentina, Hong Kong (170 countries)
    Croatia, Bulgaria, Romania (169 countries)
    Andorra, San Marino (168 countries)
    Brunei (165 countries)
    Israel, Barbados, UAE (161 countries)
    Mexico (158 countries)
    Bahamas (155 countries)
    Uruguay (154 countries)
    Seychelles (152 countries)
    St Kitts & Nevis (151 countries)
    Antigua (150 countries)
    Costa Rica (149 countries)
    Vatican City, Taiwan (148 countries)
    Trinidad and Tobago (147 countries)
    Mauritius, St Lucia (146 countries)
    St Vincent and the Grenadines (145 countries)
    Macao, Grenada (144 countries)
    Paraguay (143 countries)
    Panama (141 countries)
    Venezulea, Honduras (138 countries)
    Dominica, Guatemala, El Savador (137 countries)
    Peru (135 countries)
    Serbia, Solomon Islands (130 countries)
    Samoa, Vanuatu (129 countries)
    Nicaragua, Ukraine (128 countries)
    Colombia, Tuvalu (127 countries)
    Macedonia (125 countries)
    Marshall Islands, Tonga (124 countries)
    Kiribati, Montenegro (123 countries)
    Micronesia, Moldova (122 countries)
    Russia, Palau Islands (119 countries)
    Bosnia and Herzegovina (118 countries)
    Albania (114 countries)
    Georgia (112 countries)
    Turkey (111 countries)
    South Africa (102 countries)
    Belize (101 countries)
    Timor-Leste (98 countries)
    Ecuador, Kuwait (93 countries)
    Fiji (90 countries)
    Guyana (88 countries)
    Maldives (87 countries)
    Nauru (86 countries)
    Qatar (85 countries)
    Jamaica (84 countries)
    Papua New Guinea (83 countries)
    Botswana (82 countries)
    Bahrain (81 countries)
    Suriname (80 countries)
    Bolivia (79 countries)
    Oman (78 countries)
    Belarus, Thailand (77 countries)
    Namibia, Kazakhstan (76 countries)
    Saudi Arabia (75 countries)
    Lesotho, China (74 countries)
    Indonesia (73 countries)
    Swaziland, Kenya, Malawi (71 countries)
    Gambia, Tanzania, Zambia (68 countries)
    Tunisia, Azerbaijan, Philippines, Dominican Republic (66 countries)
    Cape Verde, Cuba (65 countries)
    Uganda, Zimbabwe (64 countries)
    Ghana, Kyrgyzstan (63 countries)
    Sierra Leone (62 countries)
    Armenia, Benin, Morocco, Mongolia (61 countries)
    India (60 countries)
    Uzbekistan (59 countries)
    Sao Tome, Mauritania, Mozambique, Tajikistan (58 countries)
    Burkina Faso (57 countries)
    Senegal, Cote d'Ivoire, Guinea (56 countries)
    Mali, Gabon, Bhutan (55 countries)
    Togo, Niger, Cambodia, Rwanda (54 countries)
    Chad, Madagascar, Guinea-Bissau, Turkmenistan (53 countries)
    Comores Islands, Equatorial Guinea, Haiti, Laos (52 countries)
    Vietnam (51 countries)
    Algeria, Jordan (50 countries)
    Central African Republic, Angola, Egypt (49 countries)
    Cameroon, Myanmar (48 countries)
    Liberia, Nigeria, Congo (Republic) (47 countries)
    Burundi (46 countries)
    Djibouti (45 countries)
    Kosovo (44 countries)
    Congo (Democratic Republic), Iran (43 countries)
    Sri Lanka, Ethiopia, North Korea (42 countries)
    South Sudan, Bangladesh, Lebanon, Libya (41 countries)
    Nepal (40 countries)
    Sudan, Eritrea, Palestinian Territory (39 countries)
    Yemen (37 countries)
    Pakistan (33 countries)
    Somalia, Syria (32 countries)
    Iraq, Afghanistan (30 countries)



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#7 ¿Y ha pasado algo? No. Solo desde 1800, los países miembros de la UE. Elaboración propia, fuente Wikipedia.

Alemania 1871: Fundación de Alemania. 1945 Perdida de territorio oriental que va a Polonia y Prusia Oriental a la URSS y posteriormente a Rusia. 1990: Se reunifica con Alemania del este. Durante el siglo XX ha ido perdiendo territorio.
Austria 1918: Aparece tras la desmembración del imperio Austrohúngaro.
Bélgica 1830: Se separa de Países Bajos. 1970 Inicio de la federalización de Bélgica.
Bulgaria: 1878 Creación como autonomía del Imperio Otomano. 1908 Independencia e incorporación de Rumelia del Sur a Bulgaria.
Chipre 1960: Independencia de Reino Unido. 1974 Golpe de estado progriego e invasión de parte de la isla por Turquía.
Croacia 1991: Independencia. Guerra posterior 4 años.
Dinamarca 1814: Disolución de la unión con Noruega. 1918 separación de Islandia.
Eslovaquia 1920: Creación de Checoslovaquia tras la disolución del Imperio Austrohúngaro. 1989 disolución de Checoslovaquia y creación de Eslovaquia.
Eslovenia 1991: Independencia. Guerra posterior 4 años.
España: Nada destacable.
Estonia 1918: Independencia de Rusia. 1940 Anexión a la URSS. 1990 Independencia y disgregación de la URSS.
Finlandia 1917: Independencia de Rusia. 1948 cesión del 10% de su territorio a la URSS.
Francia sXX: Cambios múltiples en la frontera Francia - Alemania.
Grecia 1827: Independencia de un pequeño núcleo del Imperio Otomano que se va ampliando territorialmente en el sXX.
Hungria 1918: Independencia tras la disgregación del Imperio Austrohungaro.
Irlanda 1921: Independencia de Reino Unido (excepto Irlanda del Norte).
Italia 1861: Fundación como reino.
Letonia 1918: Independencia de Rusia. 1940 anexión a la URSS. 1990 independencia y disgregación de la URSS.
Lituania 1918: Independencia de Rusia. 1940 anexión a la URSS. 1990 independencia y disgregación de la URSS.
Luxemburgo 1867: Separación de Paises Bajos.
Malta 1964: Independencia de Reino Unido.
Paises Bajos: Separación de Luexemburgo el 1867 y de Bélgica en 1830.
Polonia 1918: Creación de la república tras 123 años de ocupación. Grandes cambios territoriales en el sXX (el este de Polonia ahora es ruso y el oeste antes era alemán.
Portugal: Nada destacable.
Reino Unido 1801: Incorporación de Irlanda a Reino Unido. 1921Independencia de Irlanda. (Independencias de otras colonias como Malta y Chipre que ahora constituyen países de la UE).
República Checa 1920: Creación de Checoslovaquia tras la disolución del Imperio Austrohúngaro. 1989 disolución de Checoslovaquia y creación de la República Checa.
Rumanía 1878: Independencia del Imperio Austrohúngaro. 1881 Reconocimiento internacional.
Suecia 1814: Unión Suecia-Noruega. Disolución de la Unión con Dinamarca. 1905. Disolución Unión Suecia-Noruega.

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#24 Estonia, Letonia y Lituania eran estados absorbidos por la URSS al final de la segunda guerra mundial, y tiene un problema de minoría rusa bastante gordo. La republica Checa y Eslovaquia se separaron por un calentón entre sus dos presidentes federales sin contar para nada con la opinión de sus habitantes, que resulta que estaban en contra. Bielorrusia es el un estado títere de Rusia. Ucrania está en guerra.

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#21 En los Balcanes también están Eslovenia, Montenegro y Macedonia. Si el problema en Yugoslavia es que la opción minoritaria de la población sobre los límites del estado tomó las armas para defenderse... y un estado (o dos, si incluyes a Croacia) les dio cobertura, no la separación en sí misma. Para cualquier otra cosa, Estonia, Letonia, Lituania, la República Checa, Eslovaquia, Moldavia, Bielorrusia, Ucrania... ¿Eso no salió en tu tele? Pero oye, si tu pretensión es de hacer de un caso la opción mayoritaria también es opcional, claramente.

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Russia's federal financial monitoring service has not received official requests from Danish or Estonian authorities regarding the Danske Bank money laundering case, it said on Wednesday.

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          22 things England need to do to win in 2022       Cache   Translate Page      
1. Add depth to the squadEngland’s first XI reached the last four this summer, but the Three Lions lost twice to Belgium when fringe players were introduced.“When I played for England there was so much depth,” former England defender Jamie Carragher tells FourFourTwo. “Even just at centre-back, there was John Terry and Rio Ferdinand – the two best in that position, winning Champions Leagues and Premier League titles. There was Sol Campbell before them, playing for an Invincible Arsenal side, Jonathan Woodgate going to Real Madrid, Ledley King, one of the best defenders Spurs ever had, and myself at Liverpool.“They called that team the Golden Generation for the amount of top players we had. There isn’t as much depth to this squad, but they’ve still performed better than the squads I was in.“Hopefully England doing well this year will give the clubs confidence to say, ‘England players are as good as anyone and can compete at the top level’. The academies are producing more technical players.“Secondly, many of the players came through at lower-league teams and I think we may find younger lads opting to play for a Championship side, knowing they can break through – and this may lead them through the age groups into the England team. If players aren’t stagnatingand are moving up the England levels as their careers go on, that keeps them progressing– and that could increase squad depth.”2. Trust the unlikely leaderAime Jacquet in 1998, Vicente del Bosque in 2010 and Joachim Löw in 2014 – all World Cup-winning managers who enjoyed a Gareth Southgate-like surge to national prominence (admittedly Del Bosque won everything with Real Madrid first, but they blatantly regarded him as some sort of quasi-caretaker). Each had at least four years in charge before they lifted the World Cup, having been given time to plan for the long term.After his previous job behind the scenes, Southgate is the perfect man to oversee England’s next project - so it's good news that he recently signed a contract extension taking him through to 2022.3. Send for the wingersAlthough hopeful punts aren’t the answer – rest assured there will be calls for a more direct style if England’s new direction falters – the Three Lions don’t want to become Arsenal. Or Arsene Wenger’s one-trick Arsenal, anyway.Three at the back plays to England’s current strengths, but umpteen defenders is pointless when you’re facing bus-parking minnows. With Kyle Walker in that three it’s a straightforward switch to a four; you just need a couple of decent wingers to change the attacking angles.4. Don’t rely too much on Harry KaneTottenham’s talisman won the Golden Boot, but there’s a need for more goals in open play from others.“The beauty of the World Cup was that England were unpredictable, for the first time in a generation,” says Darren Anderton, a midfield scorer for the Three Lions at the 1998 World Cup. “Runners from midfield and the goals from set-pieces made England one of the most dangerous sides at the tournament. Harry’s goals topped it all off. The main thing is getting more support from those around him.“What’s definite, in my eyes anyway, is that he and Raheem Sterling already have a near-perfect partnership. Raheem needs to add goals to his England game. He was constantly stretching defences in Russia and, despite not scoring, it’s clear how much he’s valued by this side and by Harry in particular. They need to keep playing together as they may end up becoming a lethal combination.“It would help if Dele Alli scored more, as well as Jesse Lingard. Their movement and running was class. By 2022 they should be even better.”5. Decode the UEFA Nations LeagueSEE ALSOUEFA Nations League explained: how does it work?Let’s face it, no one loved international week when it was just meaningless friendlies. We enjoyed the opening round of UEFA Nations League fixtures,even if the format is mind-bendingly complicated and nobody’s sure how it actually works.Facing top-class opposition - Southgate's side host Croatia on Friday, before travelling to Spain on Monday - can only be a positive.Considering England’s competitive record against the leading nations still isn’t great, victories in the Nations League would be useful as they bid to beat the world’s best when Qatar comes around.6. Round-the-world flu treatment for Laurence MaguireWe’re just as superstitious as any player, so what worked in Russia must continue. That means the boss dislocating his shoulder during every major tournament – it’s for the greater good, Gareth – and Harry Maguire’s family going to every game, regardless of whether the gigantic Yorkshireman is even playing.Chesterfield gaffer Martin Allen gave Maguire’s brother permission to travel to the World Cup, insisting defender Laurence had Russian flu that could only be treated in the Samara region. He’ll need more treatment in Rijeka and Seville over the next couple of months, before the inevitable onset of the Qatari mumps some time around 2022. With these human equivalent of lucky gonks in tow, plus Ashley Young sticking the ball on Slabhead’s gargantuan bonce, glory surely awaits.7. Give World Cup-winning starlets a chanceEngland won the Under-17 and Under-20 World Cups in 2017, and if those players are given game time at club level to aid their progression, the senior squad could enjoy an influx of talent ahead of 2022.Paul Simpson was the coach of the successful England U20 team, and is optimistic. “Over the last nine to 12 months, we’ve seen a lot of the boys getting first-team football,” he explains. “Goalkeeper Freddie Woodmanplayed senior football for Aberdeen, and Jonjoe Kenny made first-team appearances for Everton. It’s important they’re getting these opportunities. We’re starting to see a swing in attitude, which will help in the run-up to the next World Cup.“We’ve got some gifted young players who can take that step from development football with England into senior football, and then on to the senior international stage.”8. Don’t be derailed by the pressMake no mistake, the tabloids would have lunged for the jugular had Colombia prevailed on penalties in the last 16. Raheem Sterling was being groomed as the nation’s fall guy, but if the Three Lions are going to finally reclaim the biggest prize of all, they’ll need players with his mercurial skill set– even if patience is sometimes required.Keeping the press onside will help. More NFL-style media days – when every player was made available to reporters on an afternoon before the World Cup – could boost an important relationship. An open approach is building trust on both sides.9. Continue to eliminate squad rivalriesEarlier this year, Frank Lampard and Rio Ferdinand spoke about intense club rivalries that affected England during the Golden Generation, as did Emile Heskey in the latest issue of FourFourTwo. Spain resolved emnity between Real Madrid and Barcelona stars to lift the 2010 World Cup, so the Three Lions will need to stay free of such club antipathy to go all the way.“I know Lampard and others have spoken about cliques in the England squad when we were playing, but for me the problem was blown out of proportion,” insists Carragher. “There was never a ‘this group doesn’t like that group’ situation, and we’d all played together in youth football. I was room-mates with Lampard for the U21s.“That said, there was a problem with the way players talked to each other, and you wouldn’t open up about things at your club to someone else. I wouldn’t be asking Gary Neville how United trained, or what Alex Ferguson was like. If we’d shared more, it might have helped the team.“I think it’s changed, and for the better. This England squad were like ‘Club England’ – that’s a hard thing to achieve at international level. The club mentality is there, thanks to Southgate. He’s been U21 coach and knows a lot of them well. He’s done a great job bonding them together, and I think that’s helped to eliminate those rivalries.“I hope it continues. Part of it might be down to the fact that many of the England players aren’t from the top clubs. There are a lot of players from clubs in the middle of the table, and that reduces tribalism.”10. Be patientThe ‘It’s Coming Home’ memes were enjoyable over the summer, and – a rarity among fans who deal in absolutes – also pleasantly self-aware.The problem remains whether the genie can now be put back in the bottle, and perspective restored. A gradual evolution towards Qatar 2022 was always the FA's plan, but the Three Lions delivered early. It’s going to be tough not expecting magic from a group that nearly got to a World Cup final – say, when it’s 0-0 midway through the second half against Estonia on a wet Wembley evening.Admirable though they are, this side aren’t going to win every qualifier 7-0. Lack of expectation freed England to finally play with boldness in Russia, two years after pressure crippled them at Euro 2016. Keeping it that way will require restraint, but will surely help.11. Gain top-level experience in defenceEngland had some belting players at Euro '88: Beardsley, Barnes, Lineker. But English clubs were still banned from Europe, and when Marco van Basten took on a raw Tony Adams, it showed. Three decades on, Mandzukic vs Stones had a very similar outcome. None of England’s back three have been Champions League regulars at centre-back, but that should have changed by 2022.12. Don’t do a fly-on-the-wall documentaryEngland were on a high after reaching the semi-finals of the 1990 World Cup, but it all came crashing down. The Three Lions didn’t even make USA '94, with their abysmal qualifying campaign the subject of a Channel 4 documentary chronicling the full extent of manager Graham Taylor’s despair.“I don’t know how they got the approval to produce a fly-on-the-wall documentary about England in the first place,” says former Aston Villa winger Tony Daley, who played for his country under Taylor.“Let’s face it, there’s not a hope in hell of that happening today. It’s all about portraying a positive image in football, but back then it was a real talking point in dressing rooms up and down the country.“I worked under him at Villa, and he was brilliant for me and the club during his time there. To get that kind of access to a World Cup qualifying campaign was unprecedented. If England had qualified, things may well have turned out differently, but I’m pretty sure Gareth Southgate won’t be planning a repeat in the run-up to 2022.”13. Benefit from the BundesligaFew England players have experienced playing their club football abroad in recent times, but youngsters Ademola Lookman and Reece Oxford benefited from loan spells in Germany last season, Reiss Nelson is thriving on loan at Hoffenheim,and 18-year-old Jadon Sancho has been turning heads at Borussia Dortmund.“In the past, senior Bundesliga figures told me that trying to bring in young English players was almost impossible, because of the big wages they earned in England and their reluctance to be paid less in Germany,” says former England striker Tony Woodcock, who enjoyed success in the Bundesliga at Cologne. “I think we’re now seeing a growing realisation that first-team football in Germany can open a lot of doors for young English players. Sancho and Lookman have gone there in the last 12 months, and I think we’ll see more and more.“From the players’ point of view, I’m not sure there’s anywhere better to expand your experiences as a footballer. Taking yourself overseas as a teenager makes you grow up pretty fast. But on the pitch, you’re not only up against some of the world’s best players and in front of some of Europe’s biggest crowds – you’re also experiencing different cultures and playing styles. If these guys aren’t getting any games in England, there's nowhere better for them to go.”14. Please gamble responsiblyA Liverpool-style ‘Swarm!’ approach led to chances galore in England’s World Cup group games, but that attacking play occasionally disappeared when the going got tough: late on against Colombia, and in the second half against Croatia.The confidence to keep committing players forward is essential, which might be a job for England’s shrinks. Don’t drop back; gamble on glory.15. Retain that round thingEven in the winter Qatar should be fairly balmy, so ball retention is key. One of England’s major issues is wilting later in tournaments, like teenage vegans at a barbecue. That infamous lack of knockout goals isn’t just because the opposition improve, it’s because English players get flaky after hours of haplessly chasing shadows.Southgate’s gamble on less experienced but more ball-comfortable defenders initially raised a few eyebrows; now quickly-frustrated home fans need to give them time to refine that patient, probing approach.So please, no barking at John Stones to lump it upfield when England are one down. Let the other mob press and wear themselves out.16. Get the fans on the planeThe pre-tournament vibe this summer largely focused on discouraging England supporters from travelling, only for certain media to then complain that not enough of them bothered going: it’s a no-win situation. Despite all of the alarmism, Russia turned out to be pretty hospitable. And Qatar? It may not be Ibiza but no doubt their charm offensive will crank up a few notches, too.England benefit hugely from a large, good-natured support: it’s one big celebratory feedback loop when everything goes well. The final in four years’ time is at the brilliantly named Lusail Iconic Stadium – see you all there, then.17. Keep the inflatable unicornsIf there’s one thing that definitely helped Englandto reach the semi-finals of the World Cup, it was the day the players spent racing on inflatable unicorns in the swimming pool. OK, so there was probably a bit more to it than that, but the unicorns were indicative of a more relaxed approach.“To be honest, the blow-up unicorns would probably have been a bit tame for us back then,” laughs Euro '96 star Anderton. “Times change – I can’t imagine these boys embracing the dentist chair! Personally, I think the way the team has bonded has been the most impressive thing Southgate has achieved. If that carries on, why can’t we go and win it in 2022? The unicorn thing showed these boys actually got on really well and genuinely liked each other.“It’s all about creating a club atmosphere and making playing for your country fun, which is how it should be. It’s what you dreamed about doing as a kid, so why should you walk onto that pitch with any doubt that this is the greatest honour you can have as a player?”18. Surround England’s young talent with the right peopleOne thing that stood out during their World Cup journey was the sheer likeability of England’s players. In previous incarnations, supporters of rival teams might have felt vaguely sick at the thought of John Terry, Ashley Cole, Rio Ferdinand or whichever other figure they loathed holding the World Cup trophy aloft – that sentiment is largely gone from a set of lads you’d happily introduce to your gran.Southgate’s gentlemanly demeanour has contributed to that, as has an academy system that puts an emphasis on producing more rounded human beings. Those players must now be encircled by people giving them the right advice to keep them grounded.19. Find a playmakerWatching ageless man-witch Luka Modric run rings around England’s midfield was a sobering antidote to all of the pre-semi hoopla, but perhaps the Three Lions should have seen it coming.England lack the same sort of midfield playmaker: Jordan Henderson has the will but not the skill, while Jack Wilshere appeared nailed-on but fell apart. Southgate isn’t afraid of blooding raw youth: time to give the promising Phil Foden – maybe also Harry Winks - significant game time? 20. Win the club vs country battleThe FA’s review into what had previously gone so wrong with the national team came to a clear conclusion: while countries like France were allowing players to progress through their ages groups – with very obvious results – club vs country concerns were hampering the Three Lions.Southgate’s commitment to a similar setup has paid partial dividends, but the conveyor belt needs to keep moving.The fact that players such as Foden, Sancho and Ryan Sessegnon couldn't get club clearance to play for England at the recent Under-19 Euros was depressing. England lost 5-0 to France in their decisive group game, but more importantly, vital experience was lost.“It’s massively important that we keep seeing our best young players performing in international age group football,” says Paul Simpson. “But we also need UEFA to be sensible when they’re scheduling tournaments. We had 33 players withdraw from the U19 European Championship but it wasn’t just England – it was countries across the board.”21. Don’t worry if qualifying doesn’t go smoothlyWe don’t expect things to start going Graham Taylor or Steve McClaren levels of bad, but England actually need to get to Qatar first. However, no one should panic if things aren’t plain sailing when World Cup qualifying kicks off. Germany were dominant en route to Russia 2018, winning all 10 games, but were back home before das postcards. France drew 0-0 at home to Luxembourg but went on to win the thing.22. Avoid burnoutTiredness has long been a problem whenever a major tournaments rolls around, and the 2022 World Cup could prove even more challenging. The competition takes place between November 21 and December 18, in the middle of a hectic Premier League campaign. Ensuring the squad is given sufficient time to rest before the big kick-off is crucial.“The lead up to Qatar 2022 does look difficult,” says Carragher. “There were a few times in my career when fixtures piled up and it was tough – it can burn players out. It’s harder for the offensive players, who rely on sharpness more than defenders, but it takes its toll physically. It’s also hard mentally as you have to get yourself up for a match, and then you have the comedown afterwards. Pre-season tours are something that might have to be looked at, as they add a lot to players’ schedules.”Solving the issues will require some negotiation, making co-operation between the FA and Premier League more important than ever. England edged closer to World Cup glory this year: football really could be coming home in 2022.This feature originally appeared in the October 2018 issue of FourFourTwo. Subscribe!New features you've love on FourFourTwo.com
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UNESCO: Rachel's Tomb and Cave of Patriarchs part of 'Occupied Palestine'
The PX Commission of the Executive Board of UNESCO on Wednesday morning adopted resolutions 28 and 29, titled "Occupied Palestine," which state that the Tomb of the Patriarchs in Hebron and Rachel’s Tomb in Bethlehem are "an integral part of the Occupied Palestinian territory" and condemning the construction of the security fence and "other measures aimed at altering the character, status and demographic composition of the Occupied Palestinian territory."

Both resolutions were sponsored by Egypt, Jordan, Lebanon, Morocco, Oman, Qatar and Sudan, and were approved within minutes at the commission’s meeting, which includes the 59 members of UNESCO’s Executive Committee. Israel is not a member of the Executive Committee.

The resolutions also refer to Israel as "occupier" and condemn "Israeli army violations against Palestinian universities and schools," criticize the construction of the security fence, deplore the destruction of Palestinian schools, including in the village Khan al-Ahmar and regret Israel’s excavation projects in east Jerusalem.

UNESCO's assistant director-general for external relations, Nicolas Kassianides, said at the meeting that the resolutions were adopted following close consultations between the member states, and welcoming "the spirit of constructive dialogue that enabled to reach a consensus."

Kassianides further said the adoption of the resolution by consensus "confirms the positive momentum that started last year, especially on this subject which is very sensitive," hailing in particularly efforts by the Palestinians, Jordan and Israel to reach agreement.

Over the years, UNESCO included both items in the final text adopted annually by the agency’s Executive Committee. But when Audrey Azoulay took office last year as head of UNESCO, a compromise was achieved, with the resolutions adopted as an annex, and not inside the body of the text. This was the case today as well.

Belgium acknowledges Pisgat Ze’ev as part of Jerusalem
After sending the Tenzer family a letter stating that the parents of the family live in “Jerusalem”, while their two children live in “Palestinian territories,” the Belgian consulate in Jerusalem has announced the error was due to a technical malfunction in its computers that has since been amended.

"We would like to inform you that due to a technical error in our computer, the addresses of your children Talia and Gilad were incorrectly registered, and since then the error has been corrected," the second letter the consulate sent read.

The family reside in the Pisgat Ze’ev neighborhood, which is located over the Green Line in eastern Jerusalem that was captured and annexed by Israel during the 1967 Six Day War.

The first letter, which was sent to every Belgian citizen as the Western European country approaches its national elections, was intended to explain to all expats their rights and how to cast their vote.

The family said that all letters addressed to the family from the Belgian consulate have always referred to all its members simply as residents of Jerusalem.
Caroline Glick: Russia Raises the Stakes in Syria with S-300 Missiles
Last week, India signed a deal to purchase Russia’s S-400 surface-to-air missile system. How likely is that deal to come to fruition if the U.S. and Israel expose the failings of the S-300? What about Turkey’s agreement to purchase the S-400?

While these key issues remain unknown, there are low-risk moves the U.S. can take in response to Russia’s adoption of a new, far more aggressive posture towards Israel and the U.S. that could serve to deter Russian adventurism and empower any moderate voices in Moscow that may have been sidelined since Sept. 17.

First, the administration could recognize Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights. The move would empower Israel diplomatically and weaken the diplomatic position of Russia, Iran, and the Assad regime they control.

Second, the U.S. can launch a campaign to withdraw international recognition of the Assad regime.

Iran and Russia both base the legality of their operations in Syria on the fact that the Assad regime asked them to intervene in Syria. But the Assad regime only exists because of their support.

In truth, they are foreign aggressors asserting control over Syria and using a local Syrian proxy to legitimize their aggression. A U.S.-led campaign internationally to withdraw recognition of the Assad regime and remove regime representatives from international forums, including the UN, could weaken the Russian-Iranian political position in significant ways.

Third, the administration could ask Congress for a new, updated authorization for the use of force in Syria. Current authorization is based on the Obama administration’s strategy in Syria. The Obama administration’s strategy was to deploy U.S. forces to fight ISIS and take no action against Iranian or Russian forces in the country.



JPost Editorial: Behind the plan
President Donald Trump has the world in suspense. Everywhere in the Middle East, and in capitals around the world, everyone awaits the unveiling, the roll out, of America’s so-called “Deal of the Century.” What is the president’s peace plan, all are wondering? What is he going to throw out there that, we’ve been told, is way different than anything that’s ever come before?

It’s got everyone guessing, and there have been hints and unconfirmed reports along the way about this point or that – this neighborhood’s borders, or that country’s direct involvement, etc. – but nobody is sure what’s in it, and if they do know, they’re not talking.

But even while we don’t know the details, we do have an idea about what the US is thinking – from the man who’s helping to craft that peace plan: Jason Greenblatt.

Two weeks ago, Trump’s Special Representative for International Negotiations addressed the semi-annual meeting of the Ad Hoc Liaison Committee (AHLC), on the sidelines of the UN General Assembly.

The AHLC – established on October 1, 1993, less than a month after the signing of the Oslo Accords – is a 15-member committee of countries and organizations that serves as the central body bringing together international efforts to finance aid to the Palestinians. If anything in the Trump peace plan will include money, then what Greenblatt had to say to the committee has extreme importance.

“Let’s stop focusing on tired talking points and throwing more money at the same things we have been doing since 1993,” he said. “It is time to realistically evaluate what works and what does not.”
Moscow rejects notion of Israeli sovereignty over the Golan
Russian Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov on Wednesday indicated that his country will not agree to any change of status for the Golan Heights, which Moscow, along with the large majority of the international community, considers occupied Syrian territory.

His comments followed Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu’s call on the international community Monday to recognized Israeli sovereignty over the Golan Heights, saying Russian President Vladimir Putin appreciates how important the strategic plateau is for Israel.

“The status of the Golan Heights is determined by the resolutions of the UN Security Council,” Lavrov told reporters in Moscow. “Changing this status bypassing the Security Council, from my perspective, would be a direct violation of these resolutions.”

Israel captured the Golan Heights from Syria during the 1967 Six Day War, and formally annexed the territory in 1981. UN Security Council Resolution 497 of that year declared that Israel’s annexation of the “occupied Syrian Golan Heights is null and void and without international legal effect.” It passed unanimously.
Israel will continue Syria strikes despite S-300, Netanyahu tells Moscow
Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu said he told Russia’s vice premier in talks on Tuesday that Israel must continue to hit hostile targets in neighboring Syria, despite Moscow’s decision to equip Damascus with advanced air defense missiles.

Netanyahu said at a press conference that he told Maxim Akimov in talks in Jerusalem that Israel would continue to fight what it says are Iranian attempts to entrench itself militarily in Syria and channel advanced weaponry to its Lebanese ally, the Hezbollah terror group.

Despite the delivery of the S-300 air defense systems to the Syrian military, Israel was committed as a matter of self-defense to continue its “legitimate activity in Syria against Iran and its proxies, which state their intention to destroy us,” Netanyahu said.

Israeli planes have carried out hundreds of strikes in Syria against what it says are Iranian and Hezbollah targets, but there have been no reports of suspected Israeli airstrikes since the accidental Syrian downing of a Russian plane during an Israeli air strike in Syria, an incident that raised tensions between Israel and Russia.
Seth Frantzman: Middle East divided on Nikki Haley’s legacy
“Sad news for Israel,” tweeted retired IDF spokesman Peter Lerner. “Nikki Haley’s role in the final destruction of the Israeli-Palestinian peace process, and her shameful and racist smearing of Palestinian protesters by Israel during the ongoing Grand Return March will always define my opinion of her,” tweeted writer Iyad el-Baghdadi. Across the Middle East, reaction to reports that US Ambassador to the United Nations Nikki Haley is stepping down were as divided as the region.

Predictably, those supportive of the Palestinians and critical of US policy on Iran were critical of Haley, while those who tend to oppose the Iranian regime or sup- port Israel were shocked at her leaving. Haley was a strong voice against Iran’s policies in her speeches. In December 2017 she unveiled the wreckage of an Iranian Qiam ballistic missile at a speech, showcasing Iran’s involvement in Yemen.

Her departure comes as the US is dealing with a Saudi Arabia-Turkey crisis over missing journalist and former Riyadh insider Jamal Khashoggi that may involve a UN investigation or UN condemnation. The US is also seeking to pressure UNRWA, UNESCO and the UN Human Rights Council, and has withdrawn from various international bodies and treaties, including a treaty of Amity with Iran and a protocol in the Vienna Convention.

“Rest assured, Iran’s regime is terrified about who Trump/Pompeo will appoint next,” noted human rights activist and commentator Heshmat Alavi. He called her a champion supporting the people of Iran and noted her strong words against the Assad regime and Russia regarding their policies in northwest Syria. The Special Monitoring Mission to Syria, which covers the conflict there, tweeted that they hoped the new UN ambassador “will bring [a] more positive agenda to the international community from Washington.”
Five times Nikki Haley delighted the pro-Israel community
When Nikki Haley said on Tuesday that she would be stepping down as UN ambassador by the end of this year, the Israeli and pro-Israel laments poured out swiftly.

Haley didn’t simply defend Israel and its government, led by Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu, as her predecessors had under Democratic and Republican administrations. She led a game change: On her watch, and with the blessing of US President Donald Trump, support for Israel became a “with or against us” proposition. Slam the United States for defending Israel, and count on being slammed back, was the Trump-Haley credo.

A big chunk of Haley’s two years at the world body was about Israel.

“Thank you for your support, which led to a change in Israel’s status in the UN,” Danny Danon, Israel’s ambassador to the United Nations, said on Twitter.

Netanyahu offered his gratitude as well in a statement.

“I would like to thank Ambassador @nikkihaley, who led the uncompromising struggle against hypocrisy at the UN, and on behalf of the truth and justice of our country,” he said.

Haley’s predecessors had also robustly backed Israel in the body, but there had been hiccups. The latest came in December 2016 when US Ambassador Samantha Power allowed a UN Security Council resolution criticizing Israel’s settlement policy in the waning days of the Obama administration, about a month before Trump was inaugurated.

It was a rare instance of a US official semi-endorsing UN criticism of Israel.

Netanyahu and the centrist to right-wing pro-Israel community sees the United Nations as a snake pit, and any concession is seen as a betrayal. That was the message in the American Israel Public Affair Committee’s farewell to Haley packed into a single word: “consistently.”
US Jewish Groups, Israeli Politicians Hail Outgoing UN Ambassador Haley for Defense of Jewish State
Major American Jewish groups and top Israeli politicians issued effusive praise of US Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley following the announcement of her resignation on Tuesday.

Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu wished Haley well, saying she “led the uncompromising struggle against hypocrisy at the UN, and on behalf of the truth and justice of our country.”

Israeli President Reuven Rivlin called Haley an “ambassador of truth” who defended the Jewish state’s “clear right to protect the security of our citizens.”

Israeli UN envoy Danny Danon said Haley would “always be a true friend of Israel.”

HaBayit HaYehudi leader and Education Minister Naftali Bennett tweeted to Haley, who will be leaving her post at the end of the year, “Thank you for what you’ve done for Israel. We will not forget.”
Nikki Haley: A Sheriff in Heels on Israel's Behalf
For Israel’s supporters in America, Nikki Haley was a superstar.

She won them over with a memorable speech at the AIPAC convention in 2017, right after US President Donald Trump was elected and she became ambassador to the UN.

“I wear heels. It’s not for a fashion statement. It’s because if I see something wrong, we’re going to kick them every single time,” she said, to enthusiastic applause. “So for anyone that says you can’t get anything done at the UN, they need to know there’s a new sheriff in town.”

Enough said.

She became the new darling of the pro-Israel crowd, and her appearances at AIPAC and other pro-Israel groups often included media reports that she received a “rock-star” ovation.

That’s for good reason. Unapologetically, calmly and intelligently, Haley passionately called out the UN over its anti-Israel bias; eloquently defended Trump’s decision to move the US embassy to Jerusalem; and firmly called the Palestinians out for the folly of many of their policies – such as insulting her and her boss.

Her uncompromising support for Israel at the UN conjured up memories of former US ambassadors to the UN, Daniel Moynihan and Jeane Kirkpatrick.

Many American Jews, pleased with Trump’s policies on Israel but equally unhappy with Trump’s behavior and governing style, have said – some quietly, while others more openly – that they wished Haley were president. Maybe one day she will run for the Oval Office – and maybe quitting now is part of an overall strategy to do just that.


Amb. Danny Danon: Thank you, Nikki Haley, warrior for justice and truth
Over the years, we grew accustomed to seeing the United Nations as an institution of lies and twisted half-truths the likes of which are disseminated by Arab countries and our enemies around the world, but with Nikki Haley's appointment as U.S. ambassador to the U.N., a new era was born.

Haley did not mind the criticism. She was not worried about being in the minority. She stood, head held high, with one goal in mind – to expose the truth. The change led by Haley at the U.N. Security Council, which brought an end to the automatic support for the unilateral moves by Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas to push forward resolutions condemning Israel and saw her voice her clear support for recognizing Jerusalem as the capital of Israel, is just one example of her energetic activity for the State of Israel.

This was a period of real change, in which the tendency toward lies was replaced with the pursuit of truth, when the terror machines of Iran and Hamas and the lies of the PA were exposed to the world to reveal the true face of our enemies.
Continetti Responds to Haley’s Resignation: There Are People Around the World Who Will Miss Her
Washington Free Beacon editor-in-chief Matthew Continetti said Tuesday that in the wake of Nikki Haley's "shocking" resignation as U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, "there are people around the world who will miss [her]."

Continetti responded during an appearance on "America's Newsroom" to Haley's resignation announcement.

"It is very shocking. Haley has been one of the most successful U.N. ambassadors in decades. If she follows in that tradition of Jeanne Kirkpatrick, John Bolton, now national security advisor, as someone who stands up for American values as well as American interests, someone who advocates democracy and human rights at the United Nations, [and is] also a stalwart defender of the state of Israel – there are a lot of people around the world who will miss Nikki Haley."

Continetti's appearance preceded the official press conference between Haley and President Donald Trump in the Oval Office, where Trump said Haley has been "very special" to him and lauded her accomplishments at the U.N. related to the Human Rights Council, Iran, Israel, and North Korea.

Continetti also praised Haley's accomplishments.

"So often the U.N. has kind of been just the institution for dictators and thugs and human rights abusers," Continetti said, "and it requires someone in that ambassadorial role, someone who is willing to stand up to these autocrats. I think Nikki Haley did that in her tenure."




Will Nikki Haley’s replacement be as supportive of Israel?
Whomever US President Donald Trump appoints to replace outgoing Ambassador to the UN Nikki Haley will have very large shoes to fill, Ambassador to the UN Danny Danon said in response to Haley's surprise resignation on Tuesday.

Haley was a godsend at the UN from Israel's point of view, passionately, eloquently and calmly defending the Jewish State and calling out the world for its hypocrisy and bias towards the country.

It is a safe bet that whomever replaces Haley will reflect those policies as well, considering the Trump administration's staunchly pro-Israel positions. But there is always that matter of style, passion and nuance – and that is where a difference might be felt.

No sooner had Haley announced her departure, then the speculation began as to whom Trump will tap as her successor. One of the first names mentioned was Trump's daughter, Ivanka, whom Trump said would be “incredible “ in the job. She, however, made it clear that this was not going to happen, by tweeting Tuesday evening, "I know that the president will nominate a formidable replacement for Ambassador Haley. That replacement will not be me."

Here is a quick look at three of the leading names to replace Haley, and their involvement on Israel-related issues.

Dina Powell
The Egyptian-born Powell, who is fluent in Arabic, joined the Trump team in March 2017 as deputy national security adviser, after a period of serving as an adviser to Trump's son-in-law Jared Kushner during the transition period.

Powell, who was a spokesperson in the US State Department under former president George W. Bush, with a focus on outreach to the Arab world, played a leading role planning Trump's maiden visit as president in 2017 to Saudi Arabia and Israel, and became a part of Trump's Middle East negotiations team that included Kushner, Jason Greenblatt and US Ambassador to Israel David Friedman.

Richard Grenell
Another leading candidate is Richard Grenell, a long-time US spokesman at the UN who has been the US Ambassador to Germany since May. Grenell has a close relationship with National Security Advisor John Bolton, with whom he worked when Bolton was an ambassador to the UN in 2005-2006.

Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu met Grenell briefly in Germany in May, shortly after the new ambassador rankled feathers in Europe by saying that he was excited about a “groundswell of conservative policies” in Europe that has resulted from “the failed policies of the left.”

Senator Bob Corker
Corker, the powerful head of the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, has had a roller-coaster relationship with Trump, with the highs being his active consideration by Trump as a running mate in 2016, and the lows being a Twitter war with the president last year. After bearing the brunt of Trump insults, Corker, who has announced his retirement from the Senate at the end of his current term in 2019, had replied: “It's a shame the White House has become an adult daycare center. Someone obviously missed their shift this morning.”

Recently, however, Trump offered Corker the ambassadorship to Australia, a sign that the two have patched over differences to a certain degree and that it is at least conceivable that Trump would give the foreign policy maven the nod. Corker turned down the Australian job.
Richard Grenell a 'family favorite' to replace Nikki Haley at UN
U.S. Ambassador to Germany Richard Grenell is a name to watch as speculation commences on who will replace outgoing United Nations Ambassador Nikki Haley, a source with knowledge of the administration's thinking told the Washington Examiner.

"He's a family favorite," the source, who spoke under the condition of anonymity, said of Grenell.

Multiple members of the White House communications team did not respond to immediate requests for comment regarding Grenell being a potential replacement for Haley.

Grenell spent eight years serving as a U.S. spokesman and political appointee to the U.N., making him the longest serving appointee at the U.N. in history. The ambassador served as the U.S. spokesman during many of the most contentious and troublesome periods in recent decades. Grenell ran communications during the war on terrorism, ongoing conflicts in the Middle East, and the U.N.'s oil-for-food corruption scandal.

[Also read: Here are the notable Trump aides who have left the administration]

The president was livid with Senate Democrats for what he felt was slow-walking Grenell's confirmation earlier this year. He said in March that his nominees were "being blocked and/or slow walked by the Democrats in the Senate." Roughly one month after his tweet, Grenell made it through the Senate confirmation process.
Israel must stop arrests, 'abuse' of Palestinian minors, European MPs say
Israel should stop administrative detentions of Palestinian minors, members of the Parliamentary Assembly of the Council of Europe (PACE) said Tuesday in Strasbourg, France.

PACE voted 47-11 to approve a report calling on Israel to work with UNICEF and the International Committee of the Red Cross to "change laws, practice and attitudes so as to fully protect the rights of Palestinian minors in the Israeli justice system."

Among those who voted against the report were representatives of the UK, Switzerland, Estonia and Moldova, who criticized it as not balanced.

Yesh Atid MK Aliza Lavie called the report "one-sided and distorted," because it does not mention the participation of Palestinian minors in terrorism and violence, incitement in Palestinian textbooks, or the payments the Palestinian Authority makes to terrorists and their families.

"While you worked on writing this report in an air-conditioned room, an Israeli was arrested in a shopping center by one of the minors you seek to protect," Lavie stated, referring to the murder of Israeli father of four, Ari Fuld, by Palestinian 17-year-old Khalil Yusef Ali Jabarin last month.

"While you condemn the arrests of potential terrorists, two more Israelis were slaughtered in their place of work," Lavie added.

"How many of the countries represented in this hall use administrative detentions to ensure their security? But when it comes to Israel, our right to defend ourselves is only on paper."
Global News Erroneously Claims Palestinian Terrorist Killed 2 Israeli Soldiers – Not Civilians
On October 7, Global News broadcast an error-ridden report about the horrific terror attack in Barkan that saw a Palestinian terrorist shoot and kill two Israeli civilians and wound a third.

A Palestinian terrorist named Ashraf Walid Suleiman Na’alowa, is suspected of carrying out the attack that saw 29-year-old Kim Levengrond Yehezkel and 35-year-old Ziv Hajibi murdered. As of this writing, his whereabouts are unknown and a manhunt is being carried out by Israeli and Palestinian forces.

Though it’s a positive that Global devoted coverage to this terror attack, its journalists erroneously claimed that the dead and injured Israelis were all soldiers of the Israel Defense Forces. In fact, they were innocent civilians who were murdered.

Global’s Anchor wrongly introduced the report by saying:
Israel is blaming the deaths of two of its soldiers on an attack by a Palestinian gunman, a third soldier was injured when the gunman is alleged to have opened fire in an industrial park in the west bank…”

Global News Erroneously Claims Palestinian Terrorist Killed 2 Israeli Soldiers - Not Civilians from Mike on Vimeo.


Incendiary Balloon Lands in Jerusalem Suburb
A balloon fitted with an explosive device, launched by Palestinian terrorists, landed outside a home in Givat Ze’ev, a suburb of Jerusalem, for the first time Monday.

Police sappers neutralized the device in the private yard of the Samaria home and transferred their findings to a laboratory for further review.

Several similar cases recently suggest that Palestinians ‎in the West Bank may be trying to mimic a wave of recent arson attacks from Gaza and launch incendiary ‎balloons into central Israeli cities.

On Saturday, incendiary balloons launched from Gaza sparked a fire in Shokeda Forest. Firefighters, Jewish National Fund workers and Israel Nature and Parks Authority teams worked together to extinguish the blaze.

Incendiary balloons also landed in Kibbutz Nir Am and Kibbutz Dorot, but fortunately did not cause damage.

Shaar Hanegev Regional Council security officer Tayel Hajbi told Israel Hayom, “Today, fortunately, there were no fires because there was early detection, and when the balloons reached the ground they were immediately extinguished.”
Khaled Abu Toameh: Fatah blasts Qatar over fuel delivery to Gaza
Palestinian Authority President Mahmoud Abbas's ruling Fatah faction on Tuesday accused Qatar of working with Israel to perpetuate the split between the West Bank and Gaza Strip. Fatah also accused Qatar of meddling in the internal affairs of the Palestinians.

Qatar has donated $60 million for help provide fuel for the Gaza Power Plant for the next six months.

For the first time, however, the payment process skipped over the Palestinian Authority. Typically, Qatar would have sent the money to the PA, which then would have purchased the fuel from Israel, to transfer to Gaza through the Kerem Shalom Crossing.

This time around it donated the funds to the United Nations, which then purchased the fuel from Israel, thereby leaving the Palestinian Authority out in the cold.

The gestures alleviates the humanitarian suffering of the two million people in the Hamas-ruled Gaza enclave, who have been living on four to five hours of electricity per day, followed by 12 to 16 hours of blackouts.

Fatah and Abbas have reportedly expressed outrage over the move, which they say will help Hamas tighten its grip on the Gaza Strip and sabotage Egyptian efforts to end the rivalry between the two Palestinian parties.

Abbas has imposed severe economic sanctions on Gaza, including refusing to pay for fuel, in hopes of forcing Hamas to relinquish its 11-year hold on Gaza and allow for Fatah to rule the enclave. Funding the fuel harms those efforts.

A senior PA official in Ramallah told The Jerusalem Post that any aid to the Gaza Strip should be channeled through the Ramallah-based PA government and in coordination with it.
The same old Sinwar
Caving into Hamas pressure, La Repubblica journalist ‎Francesca Borri, which interviewed Sinwar, was quick ‎to post a video in which she states that she ‎interviewed Sinwar on behalf of the Italian daily ‎and a British paper, not Israeli media. ‎

Yedioth's claim that the interview was held on its ‎behalf is false in its entirety. "I am a freelancer ‎and my stories are translated into 24 languages. ‎Sinwar knew it. I do not work for Israeli media," ‎she said. ‎

‎"When Sinwar talked with me, he was addressing the ‎world, including Israel, with aim of removing the ‎siege the international community as a whole is ‎responsible for," she said. ‎

She stressed that she asked him whether this ‎was the first time he was granting an interview to ‎‎"Western media" – not "Israeli media," as Yedioth ‎claimed.‎

Borri further said that Sinwar "wouldn’t hear of ‎‎'normalization,'" cryptically adding that "at the ‎end of the day, we're all pretty smart. What ‎happened is clear to everyone." ‎

Woe the disappointment. As it turns out, Hamas – ‎the offspring of the Muslim Brotherhood and the ‎sister-movement of Islamic Jihad, al-Qaida and ‎Islamic State – has no intention of relinquishing ‎its call for Israel's destruction.‎

Sinwar has no intention of laying down his arms and ‎setting aside the desire to murder Israelis. He ‎simply explained that his "weakness" is the source ‎of his "strength" as giant, impatient, nuclear ‎Israel does not wish to eliminate him because it is ‎not in its interest. ‎

The bastard is right.‎






Iran spent $16B to destabilize Middle East, report finds
The U.S. State Department recently published an ‎unprecedented report detailing the financial ‎resources Iran invests in destabilizing the Middle ‎East. ‎

The report estimated that over the past six years, ‎the Islamic republic has spent some $16 billion to ‎prop up Syrian President Bashar Assad's regime and ‎fund Iranian-backed militias across the Arab world.‎

Assad has so far received about $4.6 billion from ‎Tehran, which also gives its largest regional proxy, ‎Lebanon-based Hezbollah, more than $700 million a ‎year, in addition to supporting other militias in ‎Iraq and the Houthi rebels in Yemen.‎

According to the 48-page report, the Gaza Strip-‎based Hamas and Islamic Jihad terrorist groups have ‎receives upward of $100 million from Iran in recent ‎years. ‎

‎"We know that Iran uses its economic revenues to ‎finance terrorism. There is no country in the world ‎that sponsors and supports terrorism more than ‎Iran," a State Department ‎official said. ‎

The report also touched on Iran's ballistic missile ‎program, saying that for years, Tehran has been ‎violating the international restrictions imposed on it ‎and has been delivering ballistic missiles to the ‎Houthis.‎
Iran Joins Global Initiative to Combat Terrorism; Loopholes for Hamas and Hezbollah
Looking to avoid further international sanctions, 143 out of 268 Iranian lawmakers voted on Sunday to support a UN Convention to end terrorist financing, but the bill they passed contains loopholes for groups like Hamas and Hezbollah.

Known as the “Combating the Financing of Terrorism,” the international convention “involves investigating, analyzing, deterring and preventing sources of funding for activities intended to achieve political, religious or ideological goals through violence and the threat of violence against civilians,” according to the online site Investopedia.

However, this development is unlikely to cease Iran’s role as the world’s leading state sponsor of terrorism.

“Both opponents of the bill and foreign-media reports failed to recognize that the bill carves out exemptions for the specific purpose of facilitating funds to support Hamas, Hezbollah and other groups designated abroad as terrorist organizations,” according to Saeed Ghasseminejad and Toby Dershowitz of the Foundation for Defense of Democracies.

“To that end, the bill excludes ‘struggles against colonial dominance and foreign occupation’ from its definition of terrorism,” they added. “The bill even acknowledges it will not fully comply with clause 1.b in Article 2 of the CFT, which prohibits any act ‘intended to cause death or serious bodily injury to a civilian, or to any other person not taking an active part in the hostilities in a situation of armed conflict.’”
Turkey's Revolution Looks like Iran's - but in Slow Motion
The SAVAK's infamous Evin prison, which once held as many as 5,000 of the Shah's political enemies, soon held over 15,000 of Khomeini's.

Erdogan once said that "Democracy is like a tram. You ride it until you arrive at your destination, then you step off." It appears he has reached his destination.

As Prime Minister and then President of Turkey, Erdogan's policies have become steadily more hostile to U.S. interests. He championed the Gaza flotilla, helped Iran transport weapons into Syria, and fought America's Kurdish allies.

Imagine what the world would be like if the U.S. had stationed nuclear weapons in Iran prior to Khomeini's takeover. Imagine what the world will be like if Erdogan seizes America's nuclear weapons.
Turkish paper publishes photos of Saudi journalist’s ‘assassination squad’
A pro-government Turkish newspaper on Wednesday published the names and photographs of a group of Saudi nationals who allegedly arrived in Istanbul on board two private jets the day journalist Jamal Khashoggi, a contributor to the Washington Post, went missing.

Turkish officials have said they believe the Saudi writer and government critic was killed inside his country’s consulate in Istanbul after he visited the mission to obtain a document required to marry his Turkish fiancee. Saudi Arabia has denied the allegations.

The Sabah newspaper, which is close to Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan, revealed the identities of what it called a “mysterious” 15-member “assassination squad” it said was involved in Khashoggi’s alleged death.

The paper printed pictures of the Saudi nationals that appeared to have been taken by security cameras during police control at an airport.
MEMRI: The Disappearance Of Journalist Jamal Khashoggi: Before He Disappeared, The Saudi Press Accused Him Of Treason; Now It Is Expressing Concern
The disappearance of Saudi journalist Jamal Khashoggi, who entered the Saudi Consulate in Istanbul on October 2, 2018, and was never seen leaving it, is a trending topic in the Arabic press, particularly the Saudi press. Khashoggi, whom some Turkish elements surmise was murdered by the Saudis inside the consulate, is a veteran Saudi journalist well known in the Arab world, especially for his criticism of the Saudi regime and his support for the Muslim Brotherhood. In the past year Khashoggi even moved to the U.S. in fear for his life, and began writing a Washington Post column; in it, he was harshly critical of Saudi Crown Prince Muhammad bin Salman.

Prior to Khashoggi's disappearance, and since his move to the U.S., there were numerous articles in the Saudi press attacking him, particularly in the 'Okaz daily. The articles accused him of betraying his country, ranked him with the leaders of Al-Qaeda and ISIS, and described him as being in the service of the enemies of Saudi Arabia, starting with Turkey, Iran and Qatar, out of greed. Three days after his disappearance, a similar article called him "conspirer with reactionary ideas" who is loyal to the enemies of the state and is working "to sway public opinion [against Saudi Arabia] and underme security and stability in the country."

However, about a week after his disappearance, just as the accusations that Saudi Arabia had murdered him at the Istanbul consulate peaked, there was a reversal in the tone of articles in the Saudi press about him. Articles now expressed the country's concern about him, and the hope of hearing that he was alive and well. These articles also denied that Saudi Arabia had had a hand in his alleged murder, arguing that the country had no history of eliminating oppositionists in that way and that such an act would in any event cause more harm than good. They also stated that Turkey, Iran, and Qatar, and the Qatari Al-Jazeera TV, by attempting to accuse Saudi Arabia of involvement in murder, were essentially implicating themselves.

This report will set out the change in tone in the Saudi press with respect to Khashoggi, prior to and immediately after his disappearance and a week later.




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          Design a business card for construction company      Cache   Translate Page      
Vekmari is a construction company. We like a simple and modern business card. It should be simple, with white background. Maybe some design elements with #0253A2 Business card should contain these details: Peter Parker Chief Executive +372 5552321 Personal email: peter.parker@testdomain.com Compnay email: info@testdomain.com Test address 2, Tallinn, Estonia Company name: Vekmari Business card format: .ai format (Vector) with possibility to change conctact information. Card color: White background and elements/fonts - #0253A2 (Prize: 10)
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Danish and Estonian financial crime agencies have not asked Russia to help investigate a massive money laundering scandal at Danske Bank involving Russian and other account holders, Russia's financial monitoring service told Reuters on Wednesday.

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Kersti Kaljulaid talks about citizens' lives online at Fortune's Most Powerful Women Summit.
          SALE - San Francisco Birthday Greeting Card 4.5 x 5.5 inches, Loose Petals City Art - style O-SF10 by LoosePetals      Cache   Translate Page      

1.00 USD

ARTIST INSPIRATION:

This print is intended to be a simple graphic design of the East Bay Bridge from San Francisco, before the remodel. This is the bridge I grew up traveling to San Francisco when I grew up in the East Bay. I added the bay waves and wind as swirls for interest. The palette combines a complimentary deep red sky and bright blue bay with yellow light to light up the bridge.

MATERIAL DESCRIPTION:

Our unique 80 lb. organic heavy cream stock is 100% recycled made with post-consumer waste content. Tiny flecks and grains are embedded in this retro stock once used by Hallmark greeting cards in the 50’s. The stock is the first recycled paper with flecks made in the U.S.

Select your option from the drop down menu on the right hand side:

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* no signature is printed on cards.

IMAGE SIZE: 8 x 10 ART PRINT SIZE:
* the art size is an 8 x 10 inch (20.32 x 25.4 cm) print on 8.5 x 11 inch (21.59 x 27.94 cm) paper
* sleeved in a cello bag mailed in a sturdy flat mailer.
* comes with a complimentary artist's biography.
* print comes with digital signature.
* suitable as gifts and collecting

IMAGE SIZE: 11 x 14 ART PRINT SIZE (see other large posters in this link):
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* the art size is an 11 x 14 inch print on 12.5 x 15.5 inch paper
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USPS Tracking is only available in North America, select European countries (Belgium, Croatia, Estonia, Finland, Germany, Great Britain, Northern Ireland, Hungary, Israel, Latvia, Lithuania, Malta, Netherlands, Singapore, Spain, and Switzerland), and select Asia/Pacific countries (Australia, Malaysia, New Zealand)

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          SALE - San Francisco Holiday Greeting Card 4.5 x 5.5 inches, Loose Petals City Art - style O-SF11 by LoosePetals      Cache   Translate Page      

1.00 USD

ARTIST INSPIRATION:

This print is intended to be a simple graphic design of the East Bay Bridge from San Francisco, before the remodel. This is the bridge I grew up traveling to San Francisco when I grew up in the East Bay. I added the bay waves and wind as swirls for interest. The palette combines a complimentary deep red sky and bright blue bay with yellow light to light up the bridge.

MATERIAL DESCRIPTION:

Our unique 80 lb. organic heavy cream stock is 100% recycled made with post-consumer waste content. Tiny flecks and grains are embedded in this retro stock once used by Hallmark greeting cards in the 50’s. The stock is the first recycled paper with flecks made in the U.S.

Select your option from the drop down menu on the right hand side:

SMALLEST SIZE: A2 NOTECARD 4.5 x 5.5 inch SIZE LISTING:
IS A FOLDED OVER A2 NOTECARD:
https://www.etsy.com/shop/loosepetals?section_id=7869449
* scored notecard is folded, blank inside, and comes with envelope.
* no signature is printed on cards.

IMAGE SIZE: 8 x 10 ART PRINT SIZE:
* the art size is an 8 x 10 inch (20.32 x 25.4 cm) print on 8.5 x 11 inch (21.59 x 27.94 cm) paper
* sleeved in a cello bag mailed in a sturdy flat mailer.
* comes with a complimentary artist's biography.
* print comes with digital signature.
* suitable as gifts and collecting

IMAGE SIZE: 11 x 14 ART PRINT SIZE (see other large posters in this link):
https://www.etsy.com/shop/loosepetals?section_id=6975732
* the art size is an 11 x 14 inch print on 12.5 x 15.5 inch paper
*rolled and mailed in a sturdy tube mailer
* comes with a complimentary artist's biography.
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          SALE Anchorage 8x10 Art, Anchorage Skyline Wall Art, Alaska Print, Alaskan Baby, Blue Anchorage artwork, horizontal art print-style E8-O-ANC by LoosePetals      Cache   Translate Page      

10.00 USD

ARTIST INSPIRATION:

This is a horizontal scene of Anchorage, Alaska. I selected this skyline to illustrate for the variety of architecture clustered together juxtaposed against the huge smooth mountains tops. The print shows off a glorious midnight sun against a dramatic midnight blue sky. The main colors are blue, rust, grey, eggshells, green, purple blue, and coral. It's very unique and stunning illustration.

RECYCLED IMAGE PRINT SIZE: 8 x 10 inches (21 x 26 cm) / stock size is 8.5 x 11 inches (22 x 28 cm)

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          Pipedrive Secures Additional $10M in Series C Round      Cache   Translate Page      

Pipedrive, a New York and Tallinn, Estonia-based provider of sales pipeline software and CRM, raised an additional $10m in Series C funding. Deutsche Telekom Capital Partners made the investment which brought Pipedrive’s now completed Series C round to a total of $60m, including funding from new investor Insight Venture Partners, and existing investors Bessemer Venture […]

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          Bartender dominicana Yandery Crispin gana medalla de oro en Competencia Mundial de Cócteles 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
La bartender dominicana Yandery Crispin, supervisora de Bares en Catalonia Santo Domingo, obtuvo la medalla de oro de la Competencia Mundial de Cocteles 2018 realizada en Estonia, de acuerdo a la información recabada por Infotur Dominicano.


Yandery Crispin, es egresada de la Escuela Dominicana de Alimentos y Bebidas, A&B Masters, del curso técnico de bartender y ya tiene una vasta experiencia en competencias, obtuvo el primer lugar de la quinta Copa Nacional de Bartenders y Flairtending, lo cual le dio el pase directo a este campeonato mundial, ya en el 2015 ganó la Competencia Panamericana de Cocteles, en Mendoza, Argentina, con su coctel Fiesta Guavaberry en una terna en la que compitió con participantes de 15 países, representados por sus campeones nacionales

En el perfil de una de sus redes sociales, Yandery Crispin expresa lo siguiente:
“Primero a Dios sea la gracia por traerme aquí. Quiero darle la gracia a mi escuela AyB Master que me ha apoyado siempre abrirme sus puertas cada vez que la necesito para mi preparación. Agradezco a la Unión Nacional de Bartender UNABAR por confiar en mi potencial para estar aquí presente, y representar mi país.”

“Al Sr. Juan Febles por creer siempre en mi capacidad y potencial y apoyarme siempre. A mi mentor, mi profesor, mi amigo el que sabe entenderme y siempre está presente Miguel Febles tú eres parte de esto. Ana Sofia te quiero mucho gracias por creer y por darme fuerza en muchos momento. Mi lugar de trabajo el Hotel Catalonia Santo Domingo que me ha apoyado en esta travesía mil gracias….. A mi familia los amo ustedes son todo para mí.”

“A todos lo que ha creído en mi carrera y todo lo que han sacado un minuto de su tiempo para dejar amor aquí para mí. Me siento muy feliz y orgullosa de poner mi bandera en alto esto no es mío esto es de todos…”

El Campeonato Mundial de Cócteles (WCC) es la competencia más grande del mundo para los que mueven y mezclan en Classic Mixology & Flairtending. En esta ocasión se dieron cita 130 camareros que representaron a 65 países moviéndose por todo el escenario por los títulos de campeón mundial IBA.

Los preliminares se llevaron a cabo a nivel mundial, con más de 100,000 bartenders compitiendo por un lugar en la competencia. El Campeonato Mundial de Cócteles se lleva a cabo gracias al apoyo de los Miembros Asociados de la IBA, que representan a las principales compañías mundiales y regionales de producción de bebidas.

Esta nueva edición que se llevó a cabo en la ciudad capital de Estonia, Talinn, el Campeonato Mundial de Cócteles IBA 2018, se disputaba los títulos de: Mejor bebida corta; El mejor cóctel espumoso; Elección del camarero; Mejor bebida larga; La mejor bebida después de la cena y la Mejor Flaender Bartender

Es la primera vez en más de 67 años que los Campeonatos del mundo de cócteles IBA se celebran en Estonia. Teniendo lugar durante dos días, se crearon más de 120 cócteles y un total de 400 bebidas diferentes. Además de tener una idea del arte de hacer cócteles, el Campeonato Mundial de Cócteles siempre ofrece una competencia de alta calidad, ya que cada país lleva al mejor representante para ganar el título de Campeón del Mundo.

En ese sentido los ganadores por categoría fueron:
Grétar Matthiasson – Mejor bebida corta (Islandia)
Ariel Sanecki – mejor cóctel espumoso (Irlanda)
Karina Tamm – Elección del camarero (Estonia)
Agnieszka Cieslar – Mejor bebida larga (Polonia)
Yandery Crispin – mejor bebida después de la cena (República Dominicana)
Danilo Oribe – Mejor Flaender Bartender (Uruguay)
El World Cocktail Championships (WCC) es organizado anualmente por la Asociación Internacional de Bartenders.

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          Black Hawk Chamber Music Festival brings two concerts      Cache   Translate Page      
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The German and Austro-Hungarian troops stationed at Pskov near the modern Estonian border might have thought their orders were a mistake.  After months of inaction, as the Eastern Front fell quiet following the fall of the Russian Provisional Government the … Continue reading
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          Online voting bugs could let hackers flip an election, say experts      Cache   Translate Page      

Online banking, ecommerce, e-filing taxes. Moving print documents and in-person services online–even those full of sensitive information–has been an inexorable trend for decades. And voting has moved in that direction too, in 32 U.S. states and several countries, starting in those simpler times of the 1990s and early 2000s.

That was a giant security blunder, according to a new report from tech and election experts that urges a return to good old paper ballots.

“This is a position consistently that computer scientists have been saying for a decade, and computer scientists are the ones who you think would be the most favorable to the idea [of online voting] because, we invent the things.” So says Jeremy Epstein, vice chair of the U.S. Technology Policy Council at the ACM, billed as the largest association of computing experts.

He co-authored the report, which has the dry but ominous title, “Email and Internet Voting: The Overlooked Threat to Election Security,” together with experts from Common Cause Education Fund, the National Election Defense Coalition, and the R Street Institute.

It counted about 100,000 online ballots cast in 2016, based on reports from county election offices. But the real number could be much higher: Sixteen states with online voting, including Massachusetts and New Jersey, didn’t send in any reports. “It appears that, in some cases, it could be that there are enough votes being cast online that they could flip elections if they were manipulated,” says Epstein.

A chain of horrors

The common practice of emailing ballots is like breakdancing in a minefield of security threats. Hackers can intercept the data on its way to polling authorities, says the study, changing votes in a way that no one can trace. Or malware, some form of which is on up to a third of all computers, can surreptitiously alter what voters type in. It can also plant yet more malware in the PDF or JPEG files that voters email in.

This could lead to the ultimate nightmare scenario. An election worker clicks on an infected attachment, which spreads malware across the network at a county or state election office. It then infects the configuration files that are loaded, via memory cards, onto all voting machines and scanners for every election. Even if those machines aren’t online, the bug still gets in. “Without fanfare, one email has swung an election,” says the study.


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Even short of such a meltdown, just tampering with the relatively small number of online votes could be enough to flip the polls in the close races that are becoming more common around the world, says Liz Howard, counsel for the Democracy Program at NYU’s Brennan Center for Justice. She agrees that online voting can’t be made safe with today’s technology.

Howard has firsthand knowledge of the subject, given her experience serving as deputy commissioner for the Virginia Department of Elections from 2014 to 2018. Four years ago, well before the election meddling of 2016, the state put out a study concluding that beefing up Virginia’s online voting security would cost $1 million to set up and another $1 million to run each year, adding 20 to 25 percent onto the state’s annual election budget. “And I don’t know whether or not that program that we were suggesting would satisfy today’s cybersecurity experts,” says Howard.

Going back to paper

Virginia ultimately decided to abandon online voting altogether–despite having a large number of residents serving in the military. The federal government originally pushed for online voting to help service members stationed far from home cast ballots, and they are still the main group using those services in the U.S. But even many states with online voting are trying to cut back. “Historically Alaska was the most at risk,” says Epstein, since anyone could cast an absentee ballot online. The lieutenant governor recently pulled back from that, says Epstein.

“Some states have taken proactive steps to further limit the population that qualifies for online voting or have restricted or prohibited it completely,” says Howard. That runs parallel to ditching the once voguish direct-recording electronic voting machines, where people tap a screen rather than feeding hand-marked paper ballots into a scanner. Like online ballots, these machines have no paper trail that auditors can double-check. (Five states–Delaware, Georgia, Louisiana, New Jersey, and South Carolina–will still be using such machines in this election.)


Related: Amid cybersecurity fears, tech firms are offering to help secure the U.S. elections for free or at a discount


The return to paper is happening in other countries, too. In 2017, France dropped its plans to let citizens living abroad vote online for legislative elections.

“Everyone who has tried, with the exception of Estonia, has subsequently backed away,” says Epstein, “because they’ve seen the risks and they’ve seen how bad the software was… and therefore the problems they got into.”

The Baltic nation’s system is tied to the Estonian ID card, a state-issued smart card for secure online authentication and encryption. “That somewhat reduces the risk, compared to the U.S.,” says Epstein, who notes that studies have still found plenty of risks. “So it’s not as bad as what people are looking at here, but it’s still really, really bad.”

And no other technologies will completely close the security gap, according to the report. “Blockchain is no magic bullet,” it says. The trendy encrypted ledger technology could help, by making it harder to change votes once they have been cast. But it wouldn’t stop spyware on people’s computers from manipulating the votes before they get written to the ledger, nor would it help with the fraught process of verifying that the person casting the vote is who they say they are.

Similar weaknesses exist for end-to-end encryption between voters and election authorities. And it’s hard to tell if you’re even getting it. “One of the challenges we’re seeing is the vendors are seeking to be buzzword-compliant by claiming the use of some of these technologies when they’re really not,” says Epstein.

It wouldn’t matter if they were telling the truth, according to Howard. “No cybersecurity expert that I’m aware of was willing to endorse any sort of platform or tool as secure for online voting,” she says.


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Al via i match dei bianconeri in nazionale. Questa sera, allo stadio Marassi di Genova, saranno impegnati gli azzurri (Bernardeschi, Bonucci, Chiellini, Perin) nella sfida amichevole all’Ucraina.  In campo anche Nicolo’ Fagioli che con l’Italia U19 si è imposto, nel pomeriggio, per 0-3 contro l’Estonia. Domani altri bianconeri impegnati nei seguenti eventi ufficiali: Francia-Islanda (Matuidi), […]

L'articolo Gli impegni dei nazionali: il programma proviene da SpazioJ.


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Theatre Royal Bath Productions today releases production images for In Praise of Love starring Robert Lindsay, Tara FitzGerald, Christopher Bonwell and Julian Wadham. The production is currently playing until Saturday 3 November at the Ustinov Studio, with opening night for press on Monday 15 October.

In Praise of Love is a perceptive and compelling drama about the concealed truths and veiled emotions in a marriage. Jonathan Church directs Terence Rattigan's powerful drama, marking his debut production for the Ustinov Studio and the final play in his second year as Artistic Director of Theatre Royal Bath's Summer Season.

Sebastian and Lydia Crutwell live in a small flat in Islington. Sebastian, once a promising novelist, is now a cantankerous critic. Lydia, an Estonian refugee, has recently discovered she is seriously ill, news that she confides to a family friend, Mark, but not to Sebastian. Over the course of two evenings, a series of heart-breaking revelations changes the facade of Lydia and Sebastian's relationship forever.

Terence's Rattigan's prominent career as a playwright includes plays such as The Winslow Boy, A Bequest to the Nation, Man and Boy, French Without Tears and The Deep Blue Sea. Screenwriting credits include English Without Tears, Bond Street, The Sound Barrier, The V.I.P.s, and The Yellow Rolls-Royce.

Christopher Bonwell (Joey) has appeared on stage in Relatively Speaking, Bad Jews and She Stoops to Conquer at Theatre Royal Bath, and in the film Siffre. He has also voiced videogames Divinity II Original Sin and SpellForce 3, as well as providing voiceovers for the Discovery Channel.

Tara FitzGerald's (Lydia) theatre credits include And Then There Were None (Gielgud Theatre), A Doll's House (Donmar Warehouse), The Misanthrope (Comedy Theatre), Broken Glass (Vaudeville Theatre) and The Winter's Tale (Globe Theatre London and UK tour). She also boasts numerous credits across television and film. Television credits include Waking the Dead, The Body Farm, Game of Thrones, In the Club, The Musketeers and Death in Paradise. Film credits feature A Man of No Importance, Brassed Off, Dark Blue World, Exodus: Gods and Kings, Una and Legend.

Robert Lindsay (Sebastian) is a multi-award winning actor with theatre credits including Me and My Girl (Broadway, West End) for which he won a Tony and Olivier Award, plus Olivier Award-winning performances in Becket and as Fagin in Cameron Mackintosh's Oliver! Robert also won a BAFTA for Alan Bleasdale's G.B.H. Additionally he has numerous film and theatre credits including Citizenship, Hornblower and My Family for television and Grace of Monaco and Wimbledon for film.

Julian Wadham (Mark) has appeared in the television series Outlander, Silk, Lewis and Tokyo Trial. His film credits also include The Happy Prince, Victoria and Abdul, Churchill, Iron Lady and Warhorse. Julian has also performed on stage in Another Country (Trafalgar Studios), This House (National Theatre) and The Tempest (Theatre Royal Haymarket).

The 2018 Summer Season at Theatre Royal Bath opened in June with Shakespeare at the Tobacco Factory's Henry V followed by An Ideal Husband direct from the West End, the UK premiere of Switzerland, the 50th anniversary production of Arthur Miller's The Price and the 10th anniversary production of Yasmina Reza's God of Carnage.


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Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud - Deportes

La deportista María Sol Ordás se quedó hoy con la medalla de oro en Remo al lograr el lugar en la competencia de Single Scull Femenino y es la primera presea dorada para Argentina.


  

Ordás logró un tiempo de 1:43.81 mientras que el segundo lugar fue para Elin Lindroth de Suecia (logró la medalla de plata) y la tercera posición quedó en manos de la australiana Taylor McCarthy- Smith (obtuvo la presea de bronce).
  

Ordás ganó la primera semifinal que se disputó en el Dique 3 de Puerto Madero con un tiempo de 1:45.11 delante de la estonia Greta Jaanson (1:46.13), la australiana Taylor McCarthy-Smith (1:48.91) y la francesa Lucine Ahyi (1:50.23). .




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