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          Press Releases: Eliminate, Neutralize, and Disrupt (END) Wildlife Trafficking Report 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Media Note
Office of the Spokesperson
Washington, DC
October 9, 2018


Today the U.S. Department of State submitted the second annual report to Congress as required by the Eliminate, Neutralize, and Disrupt Wildlife Trafficking Act of 2016 (the END Wildlife Trafficking Act).

Wildlife trafficking is a serious transnational crime that threatens security, economic prosperity, the rule of law, long-standing conservation efforts, and human health. In Executive Order 13773, President Trump called for a comprehensive and decisive approach to dismantle organized crime syndicates, specifically recognizing the connection between wildlife trafficking and transnational organized criminal networks. The United States government’s three-pronged approach to combating wildlife trafficking—strengthening law enforcement, reducing demand, and building international cooperation—deprives criminals of a key source of financing, reducing the criminal threat posed to U.S. citizens.

The END Wildlife Trafficking Act directs the Secretary of State, in consultation with the Secretaries of the Interior and Commerce, to submit to Congress a report that lists Focus Countries and Countries of Concern, as defined in the Act. Each Focus Country is a major source, transit point, or consumer of wildlife trafficking products or their derivatives. Identification as a Focus Country is neither a positive nor a negative designation. Many Focus Countries have taken significant steps to combat wildlife trafficking, including in partnership with the United States. A Country of Concern is defined as a Focus Country whose government has actively engaged in or knowingly profited from the trafficking of endangered or threatened species. The United States looks forward to continuing dialogue with both Focus Countries and Countries of Concern to thwart transnational organized crime engaged in wildlife trafficking.

The 2018 Focus Countries are Bangladesh, Brazil, Burma, Cambodia, Cameroon, China, Democratic Republic of the Congo, Gabon, India, Indonesia, Kenya, Laos, Madagascar, Malaysia, Mexico, Mozambique, Nigeria, Philippines, Republic of the Congo, South Africa, Tanzania, Thailand, Togo, Uganda, United Arab Emirates, and Vietnam. The 2018 Countries of Concern are Madagascar, Democratic Republic of the Congo, and Laos.

For more information, please contact OES-PA-DG@state.gov and follow the Bureau of Oceans and International Environmental and Scientific Affairs on Twitter @StateDeptOES.


The Office of Website Management, Bureau of Public Affairs, manages this site as a portal for information from the U.S. State Department.
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          Mozambique local polls test peace process      Cache   Translate Page      
MAPUTO: Mozambique holds local elections Wednesday that could reveal cracks in the country's peace process after the ruling Frelimo party was accused of violence and intimidation during the campaign.

The main opposition Renamo party, which has maintained an armed wing since the end of the country's civil war, is running in the municipal vote for the first time in 10 years.

Renamo fought a brutal 16-year civil war against the Marxist-inspired Frelimo government that left one million people dead before fighting ended in 1992.

In 2013, fresh violence erupted between Renamo rebels and government troops, raising fears of a return to civil war. But three years later, the party declared a truce and opened fresh peace talks.

Renamo is hoping for a breakthrough ahead of next year's general election.

"These landmark local elections will test the success of decentralisation measures agreed with the armed opposition and will act as an important political bellwether," the London-based EXX risk consultancy said in a note.

"The rewards at hand have rendered the political climate in Mozambique both tense and volatile, as highlighted by a series of violent incidents in the pre-election period."

The 13-day election campaign ended on Sunday after several clashes between rival party supporters.

Renamo supporters say they have faced intimidation and assaults during the campaign.

"Our members and sympathisers are asking for the party's leadership (to) intervene in their defence since the police do nothing," Renamo's acting leader Ossufo Momade last week.

The vote will be held in Mozambique's 53 municipalities, 49 of which are currently governed by Frelimo.

The four other municipalities — among them the cities of Beira, Nampula and Quelimane — were won by the second opposition MDM party in the last elections.

New electoral laws

President Filipe Nyusi and Momade have recently made progress on the disarmament and integration of former Renamo rebels into the police and army — a key sticking point in the peace talks.

Parliament approved new electoral laws in July that means that a simple or relative majority is sufficient for a candidate to win election.

Previously, an absolute majority of over 50% of votes was needed.

The new laws could split the opposition vote.

As well as the internal political tensions, Mozambique has been rocked over the last year by the emergence of an Islamist insurgency in the northern province of Cabo Delgado, which has rich offshore gas deposits.

Scores of civilians and police have been killed in militant assaults despite a security crackdown. — AFP
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Mozambique signs oil exploration agreements with Exxon, Rosneft
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          World's Most Powerful Passport Revealed As Countries' Global Rankings Shift      Cache   Translate Page      
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)



          10/10/2018: NEWS: Chris Coons, the GOP whisperer      Cache   Translate Page      

WASHINGTON – Democratic Sen. Chris Coons once dodged elephants in Mozambique with GOP Sen. Jeff Flake. He lunched with Ivanka Trump. And he helped pass legislation Wednesday by partnering with GOP Sen. Bob Corker and the ultra-conservative Rep. Ted...
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Mozambique holds local elections Wednesday that could reveal cracks in the country's peace process after the ruling Frelimo party was accused of violence and...
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Renamo, the main opposition party is running in the municipal vote for the first time in 10 years
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[Mozambique News Reports And Clippings] Long queues in many places suggest that turnout will be higher this year than in past municipal elections, when turnout has been less than 50%. Based on reports from our correspondents, most polling stations opened on time at 7 am, but some opened more than two hours late due to missing materials and late allocation of polling station staff. Problems seemed to occur in larger cities - Beira, Maputo, Matola and Quelimane. In smaller towns such as Marrromeu and Sussendenga, some polling stations had not open
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Notre sympathique séjour dans la ferme de Riekie et George dans le Limpopo

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On commence par l'apéro....

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Ginger ale 

 

Ingrédients : 1 tronçon de racine de gingembre frais, crème de tartre, levure, 4 à 5 citrons, sucre

 Éplucher et râper le gingembre frais à l'aide d'une râpe. Remplir 1tasse de gingembre râpé.

Ajouter 2cc de crème de tartre, 2 tasses de jus de citron et verser dans une grande casserole avec 16 tasses d’eau et porter le mélange à ébullition.

Baisser le feu, ajouter 2 tasses de sucre et remuer jusqu'à ce que tout le sucre soit dissous.

Ajouter 20 tasses d'eau froide dans la casserole et laisser refroidir à 23°. Ajouter 4cc de levure et bien mélanger.

Verser dans un grand récipient, couvrir d’un torchon et le placer dans un endroit sombre et chaud pendant 3 heures.

Filtrer le liquide et verser dans des bouteilles propres en laissant de l’espace pour la fermentation qui produira du dioxyde de carbone.

Placer dans une pièce sombre et chaude pendant 2 à 3 jours. Une à trois fois par jour, desserrer soigneusement les bouchons pour soulager une partie de la pression (sans ouvrir complètement les bouteilles). La boisson devient très pressurisée et pétillante, donc sauter cette étape pourrait donner lieu à une explosion. Rester très prudent dans ce processus et ne pas diriger les bouteilles vers soi ou les autres. Laisser la bière perdre beaucoup de son pétillant avant la mise en bouteille, car elle continuera à se carboniser, ce qui pourrait entraîner une explosion en cas de pression excessive.

Une fois la fermentation terminée, ajouter des raisins secs, des fruits, du sirop, du jus ou de la liqueur pour créer un traitement personnalisé ou la boire telle quelle.

 

Ginger ale

 

Ingredients: 1 piece of fresh ginger root, cream of tartar, yeast, 4 to 5 lemons, sugar

 Peel and grate fresh ginger with a rasp. Fill 1 cup of grated ginger.

Add 2 tablespoon of cream of tartar, 2 cups lemon juice and pour into a large saucepan with 16 cups water and bring to a boil.

Reduce heat, add 2 cups sugar and stir until all sugar is dissolved.

Add 20 cups of cold water to the pan and let cool at 23 ° C. Add 4cc yeast and mix well.

Pour into a large container, cover with a cloth and place in a dark and warm place for 3 hours.

Filter the liquid and pour into clean bottles leaving space for the fermentation that will produce carbon dioxide.

Place in a dark and warm room for 2 to 3 days. One to three times a day, carefully loosen the caps to relieve some of the pressure (without opening the bottles completely). The drink becomes very pressurized and bubbly, so skipping this step could result in an explosion. Stay very careful in this process and do not direct the bottles to yourself or others. Let the beer lose a lot of sparkle before bottling, as it will continue to carbonize, which could cause an explosion under excessive pressure.

Once fermentation is complete, add raisins, fruit, syrup, juice or liquor to create a personalized treat or drink as is.

 

Gember ale

 

Bestanddele: 1 stukkie vars gemmerwortel, room van tartar, gis, 4 tot 5 suurlemoene, suiker

 

Skenk en roer vars gemmer met 'n rasp. Vul 1 koppie gerasperde gemmer.

Voeg 2 eetlepels roomtartaar, 2 koppies suurlemoensap by en gooi dit in 'n groot kastrol met 16 koppies water en bring tot kookpunt.

Verminder hitte, voeg 2 koppies suiker by en roer tot alle suiker opgelos is.

Voeg 20 koppies koue water by die pan en laat afkoel by 23 ° C. Voeg 4cc gis by en meng goed.

Giet in 'n groot houer, bedek dit met 'n lap en plaas vir 3 uur op 'n donker en warm plek.

Filter die vloeistof en gooi dit in skoon bottels en laat ruimte vir die fermentasie wat koolstofdioksied produseer.

Plaas in 'n donker en warm kamer vir 2 tot 3 dae. Een tot drie keer per dag, los die kappies versigtig om sommige van die druk te verlig (sonder om die bottels heeltemal oop te maak). Die drank word baie onder druk en borrelend. Dit kan dus 'n ontploffing tot gevolg hê. Wees baie versigtig in hierdie proses en moenie die bottels aan jouself of ander rig nie. Laat die bier baie vonkel verloor voordat dit bottel, want dit sal voortgaan om te karboniseer, wat 'n ontploffing onder oormatige druk kan veroorsaak.

Sodra die fermentasie voltooi is, voeg rosyne, vrugte, stroop, sap of drank by om 'n persoonlike verpakking of drank te skep soos dit is.

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Les viandes grillées de Laura accompagnées de Pap (genre de porridge à la farine de maïs servi avec une marmelade de tomates, une salade composée (tomates, courgettes, cocombre, laitue, carottes) et un petit pain tout chaud cuit dans le foyer en même temps que la viande...

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Les petits pains chauds de Laura

Roosterkoek 

 

Les petits pains sont juste fabriqués à partir de pâte à pain prête à l'emploi que nous pouvons acheter dans la plupart de nos boulangeries. Mais le vrai petit pain sud-africain s'appelle «roosterkoek» - traduit directement par «gâteaux au grill»

Ingrédients pour 15 pièces : 125 g de farine à pain blanc, 125 g (225 ml) de farine, 1cc de sel, 1 sachet de levure sèche instantanée, 1cc de sucre, 1,5 dl d'eau chaude, huile 

Dans un bol, mélanger la farine à pain, la farine à gâteau, le sel, la levure et le sucre. Ajouter l'eau chaude et mélanger jusqu'à l'obtention d'une pâte ferme. Pétrir la pâte pendant au moins 10 minutes au robot. Placer la pâte dans un bol et huiler légèrement. Filmer le bol et laisser reposer dans un endroit chaud jusqu'à ce que la pâte ait doublé de volume. Pétrir et façonner en une longue saucisse. Couper la pâte en petits morceaux et former les petits pains. Les laisser lever à nouveau pendant environ 15 minutes. Placer sur une gril sur des braises moyennes et les retourner jusqu'à ce qu'ils soient cuits ou les faire griller sur une plaque sur le braai jusqu'à ce qu'ils soient cuits.

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Laura's hot rolls

Roosterkoek

 

The rolls are just made from ready-made bread dough that we can buy at most of our bakeries. But the real South African bun is called roosterkoek - directly translated as "cakes at the grill"

Ingredients for 15 pieces: 125g white bread flour, 125g (225ml) flour, 1cc salt, 1 sachet instant dry yeast, 1cc sugar, 1.5 dl hot water, oil

In a bowl, mix bread flour, cake flour, salt, yeast and sugar. Add hot water and mix until a firm dough is obtained. Knead the dough for at least 10 minutes in the robot. Place the dough in a bowl and oil lightly. Shoot the bowl and let stand in a warm place until the dough has doubled in size. Knead and shape into a long sausage. Cut the dough into small pieces and form the rolls. Let them rise again for about 15 minutes. Place on a grill over medium-sized embers and flip over until they are cooked or broil on a plate on braai until cooked.

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Laura se warm rolle

roosterkoek

Die rolle word net gemaak van kant-en-klaar brood deeg wat ons byna by ons bakkerye kan koop. Maar die regte Suid-Afrikaanse brood word Roosterkoek genoem - direk vertaal as "koekies by die rooster"

Bestanddele vir 15 stukke: 125g witbroodmeel, 125g (225ml) meel, 1cc sout, 1 sakkie kits droë gis, 1cc suiker, 1,5 dl warm water, olie

Meng broodmeel, koekmeel, sout, gis en suiker in 'n bak. Voeg warm water by en meng tot 'n vaste deeg verkry is. Knie die deeg vir ten minste 10 minute in die robot. Plaas die deeg in 'n bak en olie liggies. Skiet die bak en laat staan ​​in 'n warm plek totdat die deeg in grootte verdubbel het. Knie en vorm in 'n lang wors. Sny die deeg in klein stukkies en vorm die rolle. Laat hulle weer vir ongeveer 15 minute opstaan. Plaas op 'n rooster oor mediumgrootte bolle en blaai dit oor totdat dit gaargemaak of braai word op 'n bord op braai tot gaar.

 La cuisine à 6 mains pour la parillada de Georges... 

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Salade mixte aux noix de pécan 

 

 Ingrédients : 2 avocats, 1 mangue, 200g de Halloumi, 3 tomates, 1 salade verte, 200g de noix de pécan, 1 citron, huile d'olive, poivre et sel du moulin

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Couper les avocats, tomates épépinées, Halloumi et mangue en petits cubes, assaisonner avec un mélange huile, citron, sel et poivre, poser sur les feuilles de salade et recouvrir de noix de pécan.

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Mixed salad with pecans

 

Ingredients: 2 avocados, 1 mango, 200g of Halloumi, 3 tomatoes, 1 green salad, 200g of pecans, 1 lemon, olive oil, pepper and salt of the mill

Cut the avocados, seeded tomatoes, Halloumi and mango into small cubes, season with a mixture of oil, lemon, salt and pepper, put on the salad leaves and cover with pecans.

 

Gemengde slaai met pekanneute

 

  Bestanddele: 2 avocados, 1 mango, 200g Halloumi, 3 tamaties, 1 groen slaai, 200g pekanneute, 1 suurlemoen, olyfolie, peper en sout van die meul

Sny die avokado's, gekapte tamaties, Halloumi en mango in klein blokkies, geur met 'n mengsel van olie, suurlemoensap, sout en peper, sit die slaaiblare en bedek met pekanneute.

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 Le mélange d'épices de George

Pour parfumer les viandes grillées (Recette de Tjaart Walraven) 

Ingrédients : 30g de poivre noir, 1 cc de gousses de cardamome, 50g de graines de fenouil, 50g de graines de coriandre, 50g de graines de cumin, 3 cs de graines de moutarde brune ou blanche, 2 cs de piments secs broyés

 Il suffit de mélanger toutes les épices et de les piler au mortier ou grossièrement au robot juste avant de les utiliser pour qu'elles gardent toute leur saveur.

Ce mélange appelé épices biltong est vendu tout prêt en Afriqe du Sud mais je pense que c'est mieux de le faire soi-même 

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Assiette de viandes, boerewors

et Pap (Mielie Meal) aux tomates

 

Mielie Meal ou pap est un aliment de base sud-africain classique en Afrique du Sud. Il est très populaire avec une sauce tomate et des boerewors adorés.

La farine de Mielie est très semblable à la polenta, mais elle est de couleur blanche. Dans cette recette, le mielie ou pap est cuit à point, ce qui est parfait pour éponger la sauce et le jus de viande. 

Ingrédients : Boerewors, viande à griller, 500g de semoule blanche de maïs, 1,5l d'eau, sel, 

Pour la sauce Tomate : 1 oignon, émincé, 2 cs d'huile d'olive, ½ cs de poudre de cari doux, 1 gousse d'ail hachée, 1 boîte de 400 g de tomates compotées, 2cc de sucre, sel

 Dans un bol, mélanger la farine de maïs avec 1/3 de l'eau jusqu'à ce qu'elle soit lisse et sans grumeaux. Porter le reste de l'eau et du sel à ébullition dans une grande casserole. Ajouter la préparation à l'eau bouillante et mélanger jusqu'à ce qu'elle devienne épaisse. Réduire le feu et laisser mijoter environ 20-30 minutes en remuant de temps en temps jusqu'à ce que le mélange soit complètement doux et moelleux.

Faire chauffer l'huile dans une casserole à feu moyen. Cuire les oignons et l'ail jusqu'à ce qu'ils soient tendres et translucides. Ajouter les tomates, le sucre et le sel. Ajouter une demi-cuillère à café de curry et remuer. Cuire pendant env. 15-20 minutes ou jusqu'à ce que la sauce épaississe en remuant de temps en temps.

Servir en même temps que la viande et les boerewors grillés et une salade composée

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Plate of meat, boerewors

and Pap (Mielie Meal) with tomatoes 

 

Mielie Meal or pap is a classic South African staple in South Africa. It is very popular with tomato sauce and beloved boerewors.
Mielie's flour is very similar to polenta, but it is white in color. In this recipe, honey or pap is cooked to perfection, which is perfect for mopping sauce and gravy.

Ingredients: Boerewors, meat to grill, 500g of cornmeal, 1.5l of water, salt,

For tomato sauce: 1 onion, chopped, 2 tablespoons olive oil, ½ tablespoon sweet curry powder, 1 clove minced garlic, 1 can of 400 g tomatoes, 2 tablespoons sugar, salt

 In a bowl, mix cornmeal with 1/3 of the water until smooth and lump-free. Bring the rest of the water and salt to a boil in a large saucepan. Add the mixture to the boiling water and mix until it becomes thick. Reduce heat and simmer for about 20-30 minutes, stirring occasionally until mixture is completely soft and fluffy.

Heat the oil in a saucepan over medium heat. Cook onions and garlic until tender and translucent. Add the tomatoes, sugar and salt. Add half a teaspoon of curry and stir. Cook for approx. 15-20 minutes or until the sauce thickens, stirring occasionally.

Serve at the same time as grilled meat and boerewors and a mixed salad

 

Plaat van vleis, boerewors

en Pap (Mielie Maaltyd) Met Tamaties

 

Mielie Maaltyd of pap is 'n klassieke Suid-Afrikaanse stapelvoedsel in Suid-Afrika. Dit is baie gewild met tamatiesous en geliefde boerewors.
Mielie se meel is baie soortgelyk aan polenta, maar dit is wit van kleur. In hierdie resep word heuning of pap tot perfeksie gekook, wat perfek is vir sop en sous.

Bestanddele: Boerewors, vleis om te braai, 500g maïsmeel, 1.5l water, sout,

Vir tamatiesous: 1 ui, gekap, 2 eetlepels olyfolie, ½ eetlepel soet kerriepoeier, 1 knoffelhuisgemaakte knoffel, 1 blikkie 400 g tamaties, 2 eetlepels suiker, sout

 Meng maïsmeel met 1/3 van die water in 'n bak tot dit glad en klontvry is. Bring die res van die water en sout in 'n groot kastrol. Voeg die mengsel by die kookwater en meng totdat dit dik word. Verminder hitte en prut vir ongeveer 20-30 minute, af en toe roer tot mengsel heeltemal sag en pluizig is.

Verhit die olie in 'n kastrol oor medium hitte. Kook uie en knoffel tot sag en deurskynend. Voeg die tamaties, suiker en sout by. Voeg 'n halwe teelepel kerrie by en roer. Kook vir ongeveer 15-20 minute of tot die sous verdik, af en toe roer.

Sit saam met geroosterde vleis en boerewors en 'n gemengde slaai

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Retour à Prétoria chez Laura...

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Dans cet immense centre genre "Eataly"... un petit déjeuner à l'américaine...

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Les oeufs aux champignons sautés, bacon poêlé et tomates grillées

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Les oeufs Bénédicte surmontés d'avocat, la recette c'est ici, il suffit d'ajouter l'avocat !!!

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Au restaurant avec nos amis... pour goûter au gibier local...

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Coudou...

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Buffalo...

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Springbock...

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Tartare d'autruche...

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Un dessert composé on ne peut plus gourmand... 

Typique et tradittionnel maintenant...

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Laura's Bobotie 

 

Ingrédients : 2cs d'huile d'olive, 2 oignons et deux gousses d'ail hachés, 500g de viande hachée crue (boeuf, gibier, agneau, veau au choix), 1 fine tranche de pain grillé, 2 petites carottes, 1cs de curry, 1cs de curcuma, 1cs de vinaigre blanc, 1 pomme râpée, 1cs de chutney, 1cs de raisins secs + 1 de sultanas, 1cc de safran, 2,5dl de bouillon de boeuf, 12 amandes blanches, 4 feuilles de citron, 3 oeufs battus, 4dl de lait, beurre, feuilles de laurier, 1cs de vinaigre blanc, 2cs de Worcester sauce

Faire revenir les oignons et ail hachés dans l'huile jusqu'à ce qu'ils soient transparents, ajouter et cuire la viande, ajouter le vinaigre et le bouilon ainsi que le laurier. Hacher le pain avec les carottes, râper la pomme, ajouter à la préparation et laisser compoter. Ajouter les amandes écrasées, les raisins secs et sultanas, la sauce Worcester, le chutney. Battre les oeufs avec le lait, le curry et le curcuma. Verser la préparation dans un plat à gratin, recouvrir des oeufs battus et cuire au four à 180° pendant 25 minutes.

 

Laura's Bobotie

 

Ingredients: 2 tablespoons olive oil, 2 onions and 2 chopped garlic cloves, 500g raw ground beef (beef, game, lamb, veal of your choice), 1 slice of toast, 2 small carrots, 1 tablespoon curry, 1 tablespoon of turmeric, 1 tablespoon of white vinegar, 1 grated apple, 1 tablespoon of chutney, 1 tablespoon of raisins + 1 sultanas, 1 tablespoon of saffron, 2,5 dl of beef broth, 12 white almonds, 4 lemon leaves, 3 beaten eggs, 4dl of milk, butter, bay leaves, 1cs of white vinegar, 2cs of Worcester sauce

Sauté the chopped onions and garlic in the oil until they are transparent, add and cook the meat, add the vinegar and the bouillon and the bay leaf. Chop the bread with the carrots, grate the apple, add to the mixture and leave to stew. Add crushed almonds, raisins and sultanas, Worcester sauce, chutney. Beat the eggs with the milk, curry and turmeric. Pour the mixture into a baking dish, cover beaten eggs and bake 180 ° for 25 minutes.

 

Laura se Bobotie

 

Bestanddele: 2CS olyfolie, 2 gekapte ui en twee knoffelhuisies, rou maalvleis 500g (beesvleis, wildsvleis, lam, kalfsvleis keuse), 1 dun snytjie roosterbrood, 2 klein wortels, 1cs van kerrie, borrie 1cs, wit asyn 1cs, 1 gerasperde appel, 1cs blatjang, rosyne 1cs + 1 van sultanas, 1cc van saffraan, vleis sous 2,5dl, 12 wit amandels, suurlemoensap laat 4, 3 geslaan eiers, 4dl melk, botter, lourierblare, 1cs wit asyn, 2cs Worcestersaus

Soteer die gekapte uie en knoffel in die olie tot dit deursigtig is. Voeg die vleis by en voeg die asyn en die bouillon en die lourierblaar by. Kap die brood met die wortels, roer die appel, voeg by die mengsel en laat stoof. Voeg gemaalde amandels, rosyne en sultanas, Worcester-sous, chutney by. Klits die eiers met die melk, kerrie en borrie. Giet die mengsel in 'n bakkie, bedek geslaan eiers en bak vir 25 minute by 180 °.

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Servir avec du riz blanc et une salade 

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Le repas rapide est habituellement servi en fin d'après midi... En Afrique du Sud, on est généralement couché à 20h car on se lève très tôt autour de 5h...

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 Des petits pains roulés aux fruits secs, poulet mariné et jambon cru, salade composée autour d'avocats et Halloumi, le fromage très apprécié et souvent servi grillé car il fond peu...

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Et pour terminer notre voyage : 

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Les merveilleuses et fameuses crevettes du Mozambique, les "Black Qwehli"  servies avec une sauce crèmée et citronnée...


           Comment on DR Congo tops the list for highest number of refugees resettled in US in FY18 by Michael Peppe       Cache   Translate Page      
Just re-sent the following message I previously posted Sept. 26 to the White House: Mr. President please reconsider your administrations' plans to prioritize and accept more immigrants from Africa than anywhere else. African nations are the least democratic, most corrupt, criminal, most violent, most chaotic, least educated, least skilled and most anti-Christian nations on earth. Some are literally failed states, where populations turn to widespread criminality to survive. Many have deep Muslim roots, are full of Islamic terrorists like the evil, psychopathic Boko Haram, and Al Shabab, and every day sees literally scores of Christians murdered by Muslims in DR Congo, Nigeria, Mozambique, Sudan, South Sudan, Somalia and others, not merely by the many Muslim terrorists, but ordinary Muslims. Then there are all those white South African farmers whose farms are dispossessed and whose families are murdered because of their race. These are all poor, unskilled, uneducated people from cultures vastly different from our own, who neither know nor care about post-Enlightenment Western institutions and values like Democracy, Rule of Law, Capitalism, freedom and responsibility, self-reliance, women's rights, gay rights, etc. etc. As the example of the extremely corrupt, violent and criminal Somalians transplanted to Minnesota shows, Africans are not a good fit for America. Please don't prioritize them. And thank you for your great service to our beloved country.
          Sokoine University of Agriculture: VEGI-LEG Project PhD Scholarship Opportunities 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
Sokoine University of Agriculture: VEGI-LEG Project PhD Scholarship Opportunities 2018
Sokoine University of Agriculture in collaboration with the ZALF (Leibniz Centre of Agricultural Landscape Research, Germany), Unilurio and IIAM (Mozambique) has received funding from the Germany Federal Ministry of Food and Agriculture (BMEL) to undertake the VEGI-LEG Project (Implementing innovative processing technologies for nutrient-dense plant foods {African indigenous vegetables and legumes} to safeguard perennial nutrition security– an East African and Southeast African country comparison)

The aim of the project is to improve food and nutrition security through processing of pigeon peas and African indigenous vegetables with research activities in Zambezia Province (Mozambique) and Lindi Region (Tanzania).
The project has a capacity building component with two PhD scholarships available within the framework of the project. 

These scholarships are awarded within the field of food processing and nutrient preservation to improve nutrition status and household income.  

The aim of the scholarships is to support higher education and training of Tanzanian scholars working or with the potential to work in research and academic institutions. Selected PhD candidates will register as full-time PhD students at SUA in Tanzania.

Scholarship Offer
The scholarship will be tenable at SUA with short research visits at the University of Hohenheim and the Leibniz Centre of Agricultural Landscape Research (ZALF). The scholarship will cover tuition fees, a monthly stipend and research expenses (according to SUA fee structure) limited to a maximum of three years. Successful candidates will be required to apply for admission at SUA and be registered at the Department of Food Technology, Nutrition and Consumer Sciences.

Eligibility Requirements
Applicants must hold MSc Nutrition, MSc FST or other equivalent degrees in related fields.
Applicants should be highly motivated, self-driven and diligent.
Willingness to travel to distant areas (Lindi) with extended stays in the field
Good academic background with solid skills in a range of statistical software.

Excellent communication with a good command of English.
Team player with good interpersonal skills
The tentative start date will be as soon as possible
Full time availability of applicant thereafter to fulfil project tasks and activities to accomplish research goals of the project.

Application process
Interested candidates who meet requirements are invited to submit a concept note (3 pages maximum), with reference to the PhD focus, and research assumptions and questions. 
In addition, the application should be accompanied with a cover letter, curriculum vitae, at least one publication authored by the applicant (as first author), a reference letter from their MSc Dissertation supervisors and contact details of 2 academic referees. 

Application documents should be submitted by email to Dr. Hadijah Mbwana (hadijah.mbwana@sua.ac.tz or hadija27@yahoo.com) with a copy to Ms. Mariana Ngowi (ngowim44@gmail.com).

Deadline for application is October 18, 2018 -Working hours. Applications will be reviewed on a rolling basis. Thereafter successful applicants will be contacted for an interview at a date to be specified later.
          El poder de una ‘capulana’      Cache   Translate Page      
Las mujeres ocupan el 39% de los sillones del Parlamento de Mozambique, pero la brecha de género es enorme. El coordinador de Ayuda en Acción en el país reflexiona sobre sus derechos
          La Fundación Ojos del Mundo lanza una campaña para evitar la ceguera a 500.000 personas más en cinco años      Cache   Translate Page      
Dice el refrán: «No hay peor ciego que aquel que no quiere ver». En la vigilia del Día Mundial de la Visión, la Fundación Ojos del Mundo, entidad sin ánimo de lucro creada en 2001 con el objetivo de preservar la salud y evitar la ceguera en los países más necesitados, invita a través de su nueva campaña «500.000 + 500.000», presentada en Barcelona, a «abrir los ojos» ante los problemas reales de salud oftalmológica que hay en los países más vulnerables y a sumar esfuerzos para poder «salvar de una ceguera evitable» a medio millón de personas que viven en zonas del Sáhara, Mozambique, Bolivia y Mali en los próximos cinco años. «Desde 2001 hasta ahora hemos evitado que pierdan la visión cerca de 500.000 personas en estos territorios, actuando sobre la zona y formando especialistas locales para que sigan con la labor asistencial cuando ya no esté la Fundación. Nuestro objetivo ahora es evitar la ceguera a otras 500.000, pero en menos tiempo, en cinco años», explica Núria Ramon, directora general de la Fundación. Siete euros para salvar la visión Según la Fundación, realizar un tratamiento cuesta siete euros y, en caso de necesitar intervención, operar a una persona de cataratas tiene un coste de 70 euros. La entidad se ha marcado como objetivo conseguir los fondos económicos necesarios para tratar 100.000 personas anualmente durante los próximos cinco años y operar a los pacientes que requieran intervención oftalmológica. Para conseguirlo, la Fundación trabajará en dos ejes de forma paralela: por un lado, potenciando los micromecenzagos, a través de pequeñas donaciones, y por otro lado, buscando grandes mecenas. «Con 35 grandes donantes que aporten 20.000 euros anualmente conseguiremos el objetivo de 500.000 tratamientos en los próximos cinco años», ha afirmado Núria Ramon, también miembro del Comité Ejecutivo de la Fundación. La nueva campaña de sensibilización, que cuenta con el apoyo y los testimonios de actores y actrices de reconocido prestigio como Josep Maria Pou, Lluís Homar, Alicia González Laá, Núria Prims y Mariona Tena y del recientemente galardonado director de cine Isaki Lacuesta, pretende «implicar a la sociedad catalana en la problemática de la ceguera evitable que afecta a los territorios más desfavorecidos», según ha explicado Rafael Ribó, presidente de Ojos del mundo y Síndic de Greuges de Cataluña. Liderazgo científico El oftalmólogo Borja Corcóstegui, vicepresidente de la Fundación y director médico del Instituto de Microcirugía Ocular de Barcelona (IMO), ha puesto en valor el carácter solidario de la sociedad catalana y la capitalidad de Barcelona en cuanto a investigación médica y, sobre todo, en oftalmología. «Desde Ojos del mundo queremos seguir exportando la implicación social y el liderazgo científico y oftalmológico de esta capital a los territorios donde más lo necesitan», ha destacado el especialista durante la presentación de la iniciativa, que ha sido precedida por la lectura de un poema del escritor, poeta y ensayista argentino José Luis Borges sobre la ceguera, por parte del actor Josep María Pou. El artista ha recordado que el reconocido literato también perdió la visión y dedicó algunas de sus obras a la ceguera y a su nueva realidad. «Autores como él, Benito Pérez Galdos, o James Joyce, que perdieron la visión, dieron luz a grandes obras desde la oscuridad", ha recordado Pou. Un 75% de la ceguera es evitable Según datos de la Agencia Internacional para la Prevención de la Ceguera (IAPB), casi el 90 por ciento de las personas ciegas viven en los países del tercer mundo y el 75 por ciento de la ceguera es evitable con los medios y las técnicas que utilizamos en las sociedades desarrolladas de los países de nuestro entorno. Otros datos internacionales reflejan que 36 millones de personas son ciegas (principalmente por cataratas) y 217 millones tienen visión reducida, casi la mitad de ellas a causa de defectos de refracción no corregidos. «La oftalmología no es prioritaria en los países pobres, pero nuestra experiencia nos demuestra que la ceguera evitable conlleva más pobreza, exclusión social e incluso muerte prematura», ha explicado Ribó. 65.364 personas atendidas en 2017 Solo en 2017, la entidad ha atendido a 64.729 personas (de las cuales, 12.411 eran niños), h arealizado 4.246 intervenciones quirúrgicas oculares, ha formado a 1.409 profesionales sobre el terreno y ha sensibilizado a 65.364 personas. «En nuestros más de 15 años de trayectoria hemos demostrado que nuestro modelo de actuación funciona y es eficaz», ha destacado Rafael Ribó, quien ha subrayado también que «la realidad de una persona sin visión es muy diferente aquí y en los países desfavorecidos». «Allí una persona sin visión es una persona totalmente inválida, totalmente arrinconada». «Hemos trabajado mucho, pero no nos podemos conformar», ha sentenciado Ribó, que ha apuntado la necesidad de dar continuidad a los proyectos emprendidos e iniciar las actuaciones en otros territorios, como Perú, en los próximos años. «Devolver la visión es devolver la vida a las personas», ha afirmado.
          Merck Foundation plans to conduct 5th edition of Merck Africa Asia Luminary in Senegal      Cache   Translate Page      

[India], Oct 10 (ANI-BusinessWireIndia): Merck Foundation, the philanthropic arm of Merck KGaA Germany plans to conduct 5th Edition of 'Merck Africa Asia Luminary' under the patronage of The President of The Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall and The First Lady of Senegal, Marieme Faye Sall, and in partnership with the Ministry of Health of Senegal.

"Merck Foundation is very proud to welcome our guests of honor and keynote speakers, The First Ladies of 14 African Countries; First Lady of Benin, First Lady of Botswana, First Lady of Burkina Faso, First Lady of Burundi, First Lady of Central African Republic, First Lady of Chad, First Lady of Gambia, First Lady of Ghana, First Lady of Guinea -Bissau, First lady of Lesotho, First Lady of Niger, First lady of Sierra Leone and First Lady of Zambia," said Dr. Rasha Kelej, CEO of Merck Foundation.

"Together we will work on strong strategy to build healthcare capacity and provide the necessary training to establish a strong platform of experts in Diabetes, Hypertension, Cancer and Fertility care in their countries in collaboration with their offices and ministries of health," added Rasha Kelej.

"During the conference, Merck Foundation will also celebrate two important occasions; the 350th Anniversary of Merck, the World's Oldest Pharmaceutical & Chemical Company established in 1668 and the 1st Anniversary of Merck Foundation," Dr. Kelej added.

The President of The Republic of Senegal, Macky Sall will deliver his address and closing remarks on the Day 2 of the conference.

The First Lady of Senegal, Marieme Faye Sall will deliver the keynote speech along with Claudine Talon, The First Lady of Benin; Neo Jane Masisi, The First Lady of Botswana; Sika Bella Kabore, The First Lady of Burkina Faso; Denise Nkurunziza, The First Lady of the Republic of Burundi; Brigitte Touadera, The First Lady of Central Africa Republic; Hinda Deby Itno, The First Lady of Chad; Madame Fatoumatta Bah-Barrow, The First Lady of The Gambia; Rebecca Naa Okaikor Akufo-Addo, The First Lady of Ghana; Rosa Goudiaby Vaz, The First Lady of Guinea Bissau; Maesaiah Thabane, The First Lady of Lesotho; Aissata Issoufou Mahamadou, The First Lady of Niger; Fatima Maada Bio, The First Lady of Sierra Leone; Esther Lungu, The First Lady of Zambia; Two high-level Ministerial panels will also take place.

The first high-level Ministerial panel on 'Building Fertility care capacity and breaking the Infertility Stigma in Africa and Asia' will involve Abdoulaye Diouf SARR, Minister of Health and Social Action of Senegal; Sarah Opendi, Minister of State for Health of Uganda; Dr. Chitalu Chilufya, Minister of Health, Republic of Zambia; Susan Shabangu, Minister of Social Development, South Africa; Dr. Rashid A. Aman; Deputy Minister of Health, Ministry of Health of Kenya; Dr. Wim Leereveld, Founder-Access to Medicine Foundation, Chairman Index Initiative building, World Benchmarking Alliance; Prof. Oladapo Ashiru, President of Africa Fertility Society; Prof. Joe Leigh Simpson, Past President of International Federation of Fertility Societies - IFFS; Dr. Kamini Rao, Chairperson of IIRRH, India; Prof. Dr. Satish Kumar Adiga, Professor & Head, Department of Clinical Embryology, Kasturba Medical College, Manipal Academy of Higher Education; Paolo Carli, Head of Middle East & Africa, Merck Biopharma; Dr. Rasha Kelej, Chief Executive Officer, Merck Foundation.

The second high-level Ministerial panel on 'The role of Merck Foundation together with Governments to improve access to equitable healthcare solutions in Africa' will involve Dr. Idi Illiassou Maïnassara, Minister of Public Health of the Niger; Aziz Mahamat Saleh Ahmat, Minister of Public Health, of Chad; Dr. Pierre Somse, Minister of Health and Population, Central African Republic; Dr. Alpha Tejan Wurie, Minister of Health and Sanitation, of Sierra Leone; Dr. Thaddee NDIKUMANA, Minister of Health and Fight against Aids, of Burundi; Dr. Isatou Touray, Minister for Health and Social Welfare, of The Gambia; Julieta Kavetuna, Deputy Minister of Health and Social Services, of Namibia; Prof. Dr. Kailash Sharma, Dean, Academic Projects, Tata Memorial Centre, India; Prof. Dileep Mhaisekar, Vice Chancellor - Maharastra University of Health Sciences (MUHS) India; Prof. Abdel-Rahman Zekri, Vice Dean - National Cancer Institute, Cairo University; Dr. Rasha Kelej, Chief Executive Officer, Merck Foundation.

Countries participating include: Angola, Bangladesh, Benin, Botswana, Burkina Faso, Burundi, Cameroun, Canada, Central Africa Republic, Chad, Congo Brazzaville, Cote D'ivoire, D R of Congo, Egypt, Ethiopia, Gabon, Germany, Ghana, Guinea - Bissau, Guinea Conakry, India, Indonesia, Ireland, Israel, Italy, Kenya, Lesotho, Liberia, Malaysia, Mali, Mauritius, Mozambique, Namibia, Nepal, Netherland, Niger, Nigeria, Philippines, Russia, Rwanda, Senegal, Sierra Leone, Somalia, South Africa, Sri Lanka, Sudan, Tanzania, The Gambia, Togo, Tunisia, U.A.E, U.K, U.S.A, Uganda, Zambia, Zimbabwe. (ANI-BusinessWireIndia)


          African Athletes      Cache   Translate Page      
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Any hot African athletes interested in exchanging emails.

I am a Coach in the United States
sometimes visit South Africa, Nigeria, Ghana, Kenya, Tanzania, Cameroon, Senegal and Mozambique looking for athletes

I am on the DOWN LOW (CLOSETED) so I am not out, but some of my players may know because of common interest

I am white (Italian Heritage)
45 years old
5'9
200 pounds
educated and professional

my facebook is house4azia
          Re: Maputo Mozambique      Cache   Translate Page      
I will be visiting Mozambique soon,possibly in a month's time or 2months. How about more detailed direction of the places where the guys hang around and who to contact to show me around. You can also reach me on:moskhumalo@gmail.com.
          Productor afirma haber encontrado el vuelo MH370 gracias a Google Maps      Cache   Translate Page      

La Prensa

Londres, Inglaterra.

Un experto en tecnología afirma haber encontrado el avión de Malaysia Airlines que desapareción en marzo de 2014 en la jungla de Camboya gracias a Google Maps.

Ian Wilson, un productor británico, reveló a medios de su país que logró localizar los restos del vuelo MH370 en Camboya y que está dispuesto a dirigir el mismo una expedición a la espesa jungla de ese país para buscar la aeronave.

Wilson proporcionó varias imágenes de Google Maps como evidencia, en las que se observa una silueta parecida a la de un avión en medio de la selva camboyesa.

<amp-twitter width="375" height="472" layout="responsive" data-tweetid="1038191510339104768"></amp-twitter>Según el experto, la misma silueta fue captada por los satelites de Google en mayo de 2014, apenas dos meses después de la desaparición de la aeronave y en 2017.

El vuelo MH370 desapareció de los radares el 8 de marzo de 2014, unos 40 minutos después de despegar de Kuala Lumpur rumbo a Pekín con 239 personas a bordo, 154 de ellas chinas.

Vea: Piloto que escuchó la voz de Dios salvó a cientos de tsunamiLos investigadores malasios creen que el Boeing acabó por estrellarse en el sur del océano Índico.

Se han recuperado 27 piezas en playas de Reunión, Mozambique, Mauricio, Sudáfrica y la isla Pemba (Zanzíbar), fragmentos que fueron arrastrados por las corrientes del Índico, lo que concordaba con la hipótesis oficial del siniestro.

Los análisis han confirmado que tres fragmentos encontrados en Reunión, Mauricio y Pemba pertenecen al avión, otras siete piezas -incluidas partes del interior de la cabina- lo son "casi con seguridad" y ocho más lo son "con alta probabilidad".


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Maputo - Les Mozambicains ont voté mercredi pour élire leurs maires, un scrutin sous haute surveillance après une campagne qui a ravivé les tensions entre le parti au pouvoir, le Frelimo, et son éternel rival, la Renamo, engagés dans des pourparlers de paix.
          Economic, Energy, Agricultural and Trade Issues: Remarks at the 2018 Oil and Money Conference      Cache   Translate Page      
Remarks
Francis R. Fannon
Assistant Secretary, Bureau of Energy Resources
London, United Kingdom
October 10, 2018


As Prepared for Delivery

I am honored to be here with you today. I would like to share some of the State Department’s perspectives on global energy security and foreign policy.

I approach these issues with perhaps a unique perspective – from helping manage U.S. energy policy in the early 2000s then to the private sector, and now as the first Assistant Secretary to lead the Bureau of Energy Resources. Secretary of State Pompeo has made energy a critical component of U.S. diplomacy and my confirmation illustrates the bipartisan consensus that energy plays a central role in our foreign policy.

This conference underscores how the world’s energy economy is undergoing a seismic shift across energy types, regions and markets.

Today, the United States is the world’s largest oil and natural gas producer – a concept unthinkable a decade ago. A decade ago U.S. manufacturers considered relocating offshore due to high natural gas prices. This July, European Commission President Junker called for increased U.S. LNG shipments to Europe.

That private-sector led abundance coincides with declining demand in the West and tremendous growth in the East. And new discoveries in Israel, Guyana, and Mozambique – to name a few – are remaking the contours of global energy economies.

Energy is at the nexus of many U.S. foreign policy issues, and it has been for some time. In the 1800s, the State Department worked to secure markets abroad for U.S. oil and kerosene, one of our largest exports at the time. In the 1970s, the Department was at the forefront in managing oil supply shocks, with then Secretary Kissinger founding the International Energy Agency.

Energy is more than fuel and technology. Energy enables work. It underpins all modern economic enterprise.

As a result, energy security is foundational to economic security, political security, and indeed a nation’s sovereignty.

Not all countries are resource abundant. Yet, regardless of geological conditions, countries can improve their energy security through diversification.

America’s energy revolution is based on diversity. The United States is not just the world’s largest oil and gas producer, but also the second largest producer of renewables, and we maintain a vibrant energy trade.

Governments can diversify through state-led policy or, as in the case of the United States, through private sector entrepreneurship.

American energy progress is also environmentally sustainable. The United States has cut its carbon emissions by 14% since 2005 while expanding its economy by 17.5%.

No other country has been able to achieve such growth while cutting emissions

In the same period that the United States’ emissions fell by 14%, global emissions rose by over 20%.

America’s energy abundance is having ripple effects that transcend global energy markets and is transforming national security relationships as well.

We recognize that in a global market, the United States cannot be free from the push and pull of supply and demand. But American energy has contributed to freedom and is improving the development and prosperity of countries around the world.

Diversification goes beyond sources. It also includes supplies and routes, which together create resilient and secure markets. Countries will have more choices as markets move towards freedom and security.

We applaud other countries that recognize the centrality of energy diversity in achieving energy security. More European countries are recognizing the importance of diversification as fundamental to energy security.

The EU is opening its market, encouraging competition and supporting key energy infrastructure projects. Among these are the Greece-Bulgaria Interconnector Pipeline, the synchronization of the Baltic States’ electricity grid with Continental Europe, and a floating storage and regasification unit in Lithuania, aptly named the “Independence.”

America’s call to diversify the sources and delivery routes of natural gas predates our relatively newer role as a natural gas exporter.

Our steadfast support of the 40 billion-dollar-plus Southern Gas Corridor has spanned multiple Administrations and continues today despite the fact that there is no direct American investment in the project.

By contrast, Nord Stream 2 and an expanded Turkish Stream pipeline seek to deepen dependency rather than strengthen security.

Unlike the United States, Russia’s energy companies are an extension of the state, and the Russian state uses energy for coercive geopolitical aims. Through Nord Stream 2, Russia seeks to increase its leverage over the West while severing Ukraine from Europe.

A project that supplies free nations should not divide them.

The United States will continue to support European energy diversification, including by providing alternative sources of energy, such as LNG.

Yet, regardless of where a country ultimately sources its gas, American-driven competition increases choices for European consumers, and it reduces prices even when the ultimate supply is from other producers.

There should be many suppliers, but one Europe, and one transatlantic alliance.

Yet Russia is not alone in using its energy for malign ends.

Iran uses its oil revenues to fund proxy wars and terrorism. The United States is working with allies and partners to deprive the regime of these funds.

We are pleased that so many counties and companies are moving to stop importing Iranian oil.

Conversely, energy has the potential to foster collaboration even in regions historically prone to conflict.

In the Eastern Mediterranean, energy has catalyzed economic cooperation and reinvigorated diplomacy.

Offshore discoveries in Egypt and Israel have redefined regional relationships as governments seek to work together.

The East Mediterranean Gas pipeline, which had been dormant for years, will once again transport gas, but now from Israel to Egypt for domestic use or exported.

Gas from the Mediterranean could help Europe’s diversification - something unthinkable just a few years ago.

Energy development can bring people out of poverty and sustain development.

In Asia, unprecedented economic growth has lifted hundreds of millions out of poverty over the past few decades.

The Indo-Pacific region already represents half of global energy consumption and will be the source of over 60% of energy demand growth to 2040.

The U.S. is supporting that growth.

In the last two years, roughly half of the 300 U.S. LNG shipments landed in Asia to meet its growing demand.

This summer, Secretary Pompeo announced major new economic initiatives in the Indo-Pacific.

Just as the U.S. is an Atlantic nation, it is also a Pacific nation.

The Secretary called for a new era of American commitment to Indo-Pacific development, focusing on the digital economy, energy and infrastructure.

We are pursuing the energy pillar through Asia EDGE, or Enhancing Development and Growth through Energy. The State Department-led Asia EDGE represents a whole-of-government program incorporating six agencies. Through Asia EDGE, we will invest to help our Indo-Pacific partners to import, produce, and deploy energy resources.

We will work with like-minded countries to foster free, fair and transparent energy markets.

There are efforts that would challenge these principles. Yet, no single dominant producer or buyer should be able to set the rules for all market participants.

Because a free market is one with clear and transparent price signals and one without political influence.

And free markets give foothold to supply security.

In addition to markets, we work with governments to develop and implement appropriate governance and regulatory models and enabling environments.

Just as energy enables a society to work, electricity enables a society to progress in the work it does.

That is why the State Department seeks to alleviate energy poverty. In sub-Saharan Africa, 70 percent of the population lack access to electricity.

The State Department is a leader in the Power Africa partnership, which leverages private sector investment in African power to connect 60 million new households and business by 2030.

Latin America and the Caribbean are endowed with vast energy resources, both fossil and renewables.

The region is home to some of the world’s top oil exporters and countries with abundant renewable energy but also includes vulnerable, oil-import dependent Caribbean and Central American markets.

The deterioration of Venezuela’s oil industry affects the region. This is a stark case study on the importance of diversification in energy security.

The United States is working with partners to promote regional energy integration and diversification to increase resiliency.

We are witnesses to an amazing point in history. Technology and innovation have led to new energy sources and types.

Economic dynamism and growth are shifting traditional demand centers while catalyzing new markets.

Yet, one lesson remains constant – energy diversity is critical to energy security. The United States – a transatlantic and Pacific nation – will work toward free, fair and transparent energy markets.

I know that many in this room share these principles.

As such, we welcome your partnership and support for a global level playing field, for free and competitive markets.

Thank you.


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