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Haustið 2008. Stóru viðskiptabankarnir þrír fallnir. Allra spjót beinast að stjórnendum þeirra, sem fram að hruni höfðu þegið ofurlaun og bónusa fyrir störf sín. Þetta voru eignamenn sem ferðuðust um í einkaþotum, pöntuðu heimsfræga poppara í afmælin sín, áttu snekkjur, lúxusvillur og lúxusbíla. Allur hagnaðurinn og gróðinn sem stjórnendur bankanna höfðu stært sig svo mjög af var skyndilega orðinn að minna en engu. Spurt var, hvað varð um peningana? „Do they have their own trusts and secrecy companies in tax havens you have to look for that,“ spurði Eva Joly strax eftir hrunið 2009. „And one thing is sure If there are stolen assets they are not in Iceland.“ Nokkru áður var sérstakur saksóknari skipaður til að rannsaka hrunsmálin, og Joly var ráðin til að starfa náið með honum. Rannsóknin var af gæðum Rúmlega 200 mál voru rannsökuð, þar af fór á þriðja tug fyrir dóm. Einn opinber starfsmaður og um það bil 40 stjórnendur, bankamenn og viðskiptafélagar þeirra hlutu dóma. 25 hafa setið inni, tveir bíða afplánunar og enn eru nokkur mál til meðferðar hjá dómstólum. „It means that an investigation was of quality, it means that your legal system had the capacity to take these cases and this also means probably your legal system is well functioning,“ segir Joly um rannsóknina í dag. Þessu eru margir þeirra sem dæmdir voru reyndar ósammála. Í samtölum Kveiks við fjölda þeirra sögðust þeir telja að dómstólar hefðu verið ósanngjarnir og þeir hefðu verið saksóttir að ósekju. Heiftúðugt andrúmsloft í samfélaginu hafi haft áhrif á dómgreind saksóknara og dómstóla. „They presented really, accountings that where not reflecting the real state or play of the banks. This is criminal,“ segir Joly. „You cannot expect people that have been through this process which is very difficult - especially when you are a white collar criminal because you are used to be VIP you are used to be treated very well everyplace you went its much more difficult than for a burglar for instance. So that is not astonishing that they are not accepting their sentences.“ „Because their fall is so high and so big.“ Og nú er aftur komið bullandi góðæri En er nóg að gert, er verkefninu lokið? Rannsóknarskýrsla Alþingis sýndi rotna menningu í efsta lagi fjármálakerfisins - svo þrátt fyrir þennan góða árangur við uppgjör og endurreisn, þá má alveg spyrja: hvað er það sem við vitum ekki áratug síðar? Skoðaði sérstakur saksóknari eitthvað eða var einhvern tímann til rannsóknar frá því 2004 eða 5 eða hugsanlega fjársvikamál sem tengdist til dæmis aflandsfélögum eða eitthvað svoleiðis? „Það minnir mig reyndar ekki,“ segir Ólafur Hauksson, fyrrverandi sérstakur saksóknari og nú héraðssaksóknari. „En í sjálfu sér var fókusinn fyrst á hrunið sem slíkt og mál sem voru undir áhrifum hrunsins.“ Áður en rannsókn hrunsmála lauk var embætti sérstaks saksóknara skorið niður. Starfsmönnum var fækkað úr 110 í fimmtíu á tveimur árum. „Þannig að það var nokkuð ljóst að þegar við vorum komin á þann stað að þá þurftum við fyrst og fremst náttúrulega að leggja allt afl í það að reyna að ljúka því sem við vorum með,“ segir Ólafur. Þannig að embættið var skorið niður allt of snemma? „Það var gert, já.“ Hvenær skal stoppa? Joly segir það alltaf erfitt að ákveða hvar eigi að hætta í rannsóknum. „But maybe they should have looked into also little more who really benefited from all this crime,“ segir hún og nefnir sérstaklega stærstu eigendur Landsbankans fyrir hrun. „They convicted the person in charge and that is absolutely normal,“ segir Joly. „But the owners of the bank they benefited from the incredible increase in value made by the manipulation for instance. And I think maybe here they could have looked a little more thoroughly to what happened. And I am saying this also because of what the Panamapapers scandal revealed.“ Hún bendir til að mynda á vef aflandsfélaga sem Björgólfur Thor og faðir hans Björgólfur Guðmundsson eiga - eða áttu - en kort yfir þau var birt í Stundinni í júní 2016. „And here there are really questions to be asked and answers to be obtained. Are we sure that all these companies are not linked to the crisis? Are we sure that there are not loans that were given to these companies and has anybody checked the loanbook against this scheme? This is really a theme for a new investigation.“ Tjáir sig ekki um Björgólfsfeðga Ólafur Þór tjáir sig ekki um þetta. „Nú get ég voðalega lítið tjáð mig um einstök mál eða svarað ásökunum á hendur einstökum aðilum. Það var farið í þær rannsóknir sem að þótti tilefni til og reynt að leiða það fram sem menn þurftu að fá í sambandi við það,“ segir hann. Sömu sögu hefur Bryndís Kristjánsdóttir skattransóknnarstjóri að segja. „Ég get ekki svarað þessu sökum þess að ég hef ekki heimild til þess að tjá mig um einstök mál. En það sem ég get þó sagt er að einhvers staðar í skattkerfinu var farið yfir alla þá aðila sem eru á listanum,“ segir hún. Björgólfur Thor samdi um skuldir sínar og samkvæmt upplýsingum frá honum nam uppgjörið um 1200 milljónum króna. Að hans sögn veitti hann kröfuhöfum aðgang að öllum reikningum sínum og félaga sinna nokkur ár aftur í tímann. Björgólfur Thor er aftur orðinn ríkasti maður landsins. Faðir hans varð hins vegar gjaldþrota. Nam gjaldþrotið 85 milljörðum króna og fengust 35 milljónir greiddar upp í lýstar kröfur. Kveikur óskaði eftir viðtali við þá feðga en fékk ekki. Milljarðarnir fyrir hrun sem fóru Fyrir hrun högnuðust margir gríðarlega á óeðlilegum uppgangi hlutabréfamarkaðarins, en voru ekkert endilega á því að greiða skatt af hagnaðinum. Indriði H. Þorláksson var ríkisskattstjóri á uppgangsárunum. „Það er einn liður í þessu máli að íslenska skattalöggjöfin varðandi hvað eigum við að segja skattfrestun þegar menn selja eða fá söluhagnað af hlutabréfum að þá er það mjög einfalt bara að setja þá í að stofna félag erlendis og losna þannig við skatt. Öll þessi atriði þarf að skoða og þau gerðu þetta mögulegt á sínum tíma og þau eru flest til staðar ennþá,“ segir hann. Og það virðast Íslendingar hafa stundað. Í Panamaskjölunum, sem voru gerð opinber í apríl 2016, var afhjúpað að Íslendingar ættu líklega heimsmet í eign aflandsfélaga. Þar af voru meðal annars þrír ráðherrar í ríkisstjórn Íslands á þeim tíma. „In a general way you can not be finance minister and hiding away from regulary authorities of your country,“ segir Joly og bætir við: „It is very worrysome.“ „This means that your elite does not want to play by the rules. They want to have a special treatment and as you know about it - something should be done about it.“ Umsvifamiklir Íslendingar Það kom almenningi á óvart hvað Íslendingar voru umsvifamiklir í Panamaskjölunum. Líka skattinum. „Það kom mér á óvart hvað við vorum stór í þessu. Og það var svona meðal annars ástæðan fyrir því að ég taldi mikilvægt að þessi gögn yrðu keypt. Og það væri mikilvægt ekki bara fyrir skattayfirvöld heldur alla að átta sig með einhverjum hætti á því hvað þarna átti sér stað,“ segir Byndís. Þessi fjölmörgu aflandsfélög eru þó engin tilviljun. Íslenskir bankar hófu að auglýsa aflandsþjónustu fyrir tuttugu árum - fyrir einkavæðingu. Henni var þá beint að efnameiri viðskiptavinum - tilgangurinn: svokallað ,,skattalegt hagræði” auk þess sem þetta var skotheld leið til þess að fela eignarhald. Indriði segir að peningar hafi á þessum tíma streymt úr landinu „Í sumum tilvikum héldu menn því fram að þetta væri bara hið besta mál fyrir efnahagslífið en staðreyndin er náttúrulega sú að á þessum árum að þá streymdi alveg óhugnanlega mikið af peningum út úr íslenska efnahagslífinu, meira og minna skattfrjálst,“ segir hann. Skipulagt af sérfræðingum Sérfræðingar setja upp strúktúrinn  „Reynslan er sú að það eru sjaldnast skattaaðilarnir eða gjaldendurnir sjálfir sem að stilla upp planinu eða undanskotunum, það eru einhverjir sérfræðingar,“ segir hún. Viltu að það verði hægt að sækja þá til saka fyrir að ráðleggja fólki hvernig það geti skotið undan skatti? „Ég tel að það eigi að skoða það já - og það er reyndar almennt ákvæði í skattalögunum en ég tel að það mætti styrkja það,“ svarar Bryndís. Ákvæðið hefur hins vegar ekki verið notað. „Ekki svona í þessum málum,“ segir hún. Þarf að styrkja lögin Skýrsla um skattsvik var lögð fram á Alþingi 2004. Hún sýndi að skattsvik höfðu aukist „í gegnum erlend samskipti”. Og tillögur til úrbóta voru kynntar sem söfnuðu ryki fram yfir hrun. Indriði segir að ekkert hafi gerst í þessum málum fyrr en eftir hrunið; á árunum 2009-10. „Að mínu mati þyrfti fyrst og fremst að þeir ættu að vera skyldugir til þess að haga bókhaldi þeirra samkvæmt íslenskum reglum og skila ársreikningum samkvæmt íslenskum reglum,“ segir hann. Bryndís segir að það megi styrkja löggjöfina til að takast á við þetta. „Að mínu viti má gera enn betur. Og þar vil ég kannski fyrst nefna eignarhaldið. Að minnsta kosti íslenskar reglur séu þannig að það liggi fyrir hverjir eru raunverulegir eigendur,“ segir hún. Joly segir að ef ekkert verði að gert haldi aflandsvæðingin áfram. „If you do not deal with this there is no reason it will stop and it will end with the fact that all the hairdressers, the butchers, the groceries will set up companies in Luxembourg with their work and you will end up with no tax revenue,“ segir hún. Segist hafa séð Panmaskjölin fyrir löngu Þó að almenningur hafi staðið á gati yfir uppljóstrunum Panamaskjalanna og skattrannsóknarstjóra hafi verið burgðið við umfangið voru ekki allir þar. Sérstakur saksóknari segir aðspurður að ekki hafi verið tilefni til frekari rannsókna eftir að skjölin komu fram. „Nei. Vegna þess einfaldlega við vorum búin að sjá Panamaskjölin mörgum árum áður en þau komu fram. Þau voru ekkert ný fyrir okkur. Þau koma fram í tengslum við rannsókn þeirra mála sem við höfðum farið í áður,“ segir Ólafur Þór En senduð þið þær upplýsingar þá áfram til skattrannsóknarstjóra? „Í einhverjum tilvikum fóru upplýsingar til skattrannsóknarstjóra en við urðum líka að afmarka okkur við þau mál sem við vorum með undir,“ svarar hann. Glugginn orðinn lítill Af þeim skattsvikamálum sem skattrannsóknarstjóri hefur sent til héraðssaksóknara hafa sextíu og tvö verið felld niður og alger óvissa ríkir um framvindu hinna eftir að dómur féll í Mannréttindadómstól Evrópu, en dómurinn kvað á um að ekki megi líða of langur tími milli endurákvörðunar álagningar skatta og þess að ákæra sé gefin út í skattsvikamáli. „Eins og löggjöfin er núna þá höfum við ekki mikinn tíma. Og enn þann daginn í dag erum við að fá mál frávísuð. - Þannig að það verður að segjast eins og er að þessi gluggi er nú afskaplega orðinn stuttur,“ segir hann. „Í tilteknum málum þá fórum við náttúrulega eftir þeim aðilum sem við töldum að höfðu fengið fjármuni og þá var reynt að leggja hald á þá og síðan að láta reyna á upptöku fyrir dómi. Við rákumst á í þessu ákveðnar fyrirstöður í því að löggjöfin hafði ekki verið nægilega víðtæk, en því hafði síðan verið breytt 2009.“ Ólafur segir að einhverju leyti hafi komið fram brotalamir í löggjöfinni en að öðru leyti hafi síðan verið bætt í. „Eins og nefndi hérna áðan varðandi upptökuna. Það kemur reyndar of seint inn í löggjöfina til þess að ná yfir mögulega háttsemi á árunum 2008 eða fyrir þann tíma,“ segir hann. Einkaaðilar fóru á eftir peningum Slitastjórnir bankanna reyndu hins vegar að elta peninga – enda beinlínis hlutverk þeirra. Reynt var að endurheimta fé bæði frá einstaklingum og fyrirtækjum, og fá viðskiptum rift með misjöfnun árangri. Joly segir það vera stórt atriði að elta peningana – rétt eins og hún sagði strax í kjölfar hrunsins. „It is very important to go after the money and it is very important to confiscate the ill gotten money. Criminality should not pay. And you have the means in the lawbook to freeze and to confiscate,“ segir Joly. Löggjöfin var veik og jafnvel gölluð í fleiri tilvikum. Vel á þriðja tug mála sem Seðlabankinn sendi áfram til rannsóknar vegna gruns um brot á gjaldeyrislögum voru felld niður árið 2016 þegar í ljós kom að láðst hafði að láta viðskiptaráðherra skrifa undir reglur Seðlabankans um gjaldeyrismál. Mörg málanna höfðu verið til rannsóknar árum saman. Tugir sérfræðinga saksóknara eyddu þúsundum klukkustunda í málin, sem öll urðu að engu. Þar með varð ómögulegt að fá að vita hverjir brutu lögin og hverjir ekki. 20 prósent afsláttur af krónum Margir þeirra sem högnuðust mikið í viðskiptum fyrir hrun og hafa sætt sakamálarannsókn, jafnvel hlotið dóma eru aftur orðnir með ríkustu mönnum Íslands. Sumir þeirra komu með peninga úr aflandsfélögum aftur til landsins í gegnum fjárfestingarleið Seðlabankans á árunum 2012-15. Þeir sem fluttu fé til landsins með þessum hætti fengu 20 prósent afslátt af krónum, gegn því að festa féð í fasteignum, verðbréfum, fyrirtækjum eða öðrum fjárfestingakostum. Þórður Snær Júlíusson stýrir Kjarnanum sem hefur reynt að komast að því hverjir fóru fjárfestingarleiðina. „35 prósent af þeim fjármunum sem voru fluttir í gegn voru fjármunir í eigu Íslendinga, 72 milljarðar. Þá eru þeir náttúrulega búin í flestum tilfellum af því að peningarnir höfðu farið út fyrir hrun. Búnir að taka út mikla gengisaukningu á virði þessara peninga þú veist 40-50 prósent þannig að þá eru þeir búnir að græða tvisvar,“ segir hann. „Svo kannski í þriðja skiptið sem þeir græða á þessu er að þeir flytja þessa peninga inn á tíma þar sem virði eigna á Íslandi er í algjöru lágmarki.“ Leið fyrir ríkt fólk Þeir sem höfðu gerst sekir um gjaldeyrislagabrot máttu ekki taka þátt, en þeir sem til dæmis sættu rannsókn, ákæru eða hlutu dóma fyrir efnahagsbrot máttu flytja fé inn til landsins með þessum hætti. „Þannig að þetta er leið fyrir fjármagnseigendur, ríkt fólk,“ segir Þórður „Það kom að miklu leyti frá Lúxemborg sem var svona aðal höbb íslenskra athafnamanna. Það kom líka að töluverðu leyti frá Bresku Jómfrúareyjunum, Tortólaeyjum, þannig að það er augljóst að þeir koma frá löndum þar sem er svona skattahagræði eins og það er orðað á tyllidögum.“ Seðlabankinn hefur birt upplýsingar um hvaðan féð hefur verið flutt, en ekki hverjir eru eigendur þess. Því er ekki vitað nákvæmlega hverjir komu með peninga til landsins í gegnum fjárfestingarleiðina. „Við erum með núna í gangi fyrirspurn hjá Seðlabankanum sem er einvörðungu til þess ætluð að við getum sent hana áfram til úrskurðarnefndar um upplýsingamál og það er vel til skoðunar hjá okkur á Kjarnanum að einfaldlega fara með þetta fyrir dómstóla,“ segir Þórður. Gætu verið hvaða peningar sem eru Hjá bankanum fást ekki upplýsingar um það hvort peningaþvætti hafi verið rannsakað í einhverjum tilvikum. „Þar fengum við eiginlega þau svör að þeir væru ekki alveg vissir. Það bara svona líklegast hafði ekkert mál verið tilkynnt inn til þeirra en þeir gætu ekki alveg fullyrt um það sem segir kannski ýmislegt um það hvernig hefur verið höndlað með þessi peningaþvættismál hérna,“ segir hann. Þannig að þetta gæti verið illa fengið fé? „Jájá, vissulega.“ Joly segir fjárfestingaleiðina hafa verið skiljanlega. „Okay Iceland wanted foreign direct investment. Most countries do. To attract foreign direct investment you are given advantages but you must be sure that it is not criminal money that has been stuffed outside the country in tax haven companies that are coming back,“ segir hún. „Unless it is very unfair and revolting.“ Skatturinn með gögnin Skattrannsóknarstjóri hefur reyndar fengið upplýsingar frá Seðlabankanum um hverjir það voru sem komu með peninga til landsins, en vill ekki gefa upp nöfnin. „Staðan er sú að þetta er í vinnslu og þetta er gert núna í samvinnu við ríkisskattstjóraembættið. Og þau hafa sent út bréf svona fyrirspurnarbréf og við munum meta stöðuna í framhaldi af því,“ segir Bryndís. „Það er ekki í nærri því öllum tilvikum sem við sjáum í framtalinu hvaðan þessir peningar koma.“ „Og það er eitt mál í rannsókn hér núna tengt þessu þar sem að er þá grunur um refsiverð undanskot.“ Þekktir viðskiptamenn notuðu leiðina Fjölmiðlar hafa komist að því að menn eins og Ólafur Ólafsson í Samskipum, Hreiðar Már Sigurðsson, fyrrverandi forstjóri Kaupþings og Lýður og Ágúst Guðmundssynir, kenndir við Bakkavör komu með peninga til landsins í gegnum fjárfestingarleiðina. En er það endilega óeðlilegt? Joly segir að ólík sjónarmið vegist á. „You have different principles that adhere. One is that when you have served your sentence and paid your debt you are allowed to start a normal life again but if you are convicted for economic crime it would be normal that in the sentence you should have been maybe stopped from doing business again,“ segir hún. „For instance in France you can be barred for five years, ten years, fifteen years from doing business.“  
          Hurricane Michael closing in on Florida with 120 mph winds: 'This storm can kill you'      Cache   Translate Page      
iStock/Thinkstock(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — Hurricane Michael is closing in on the Florida Panhandle, forecast to make landfall as a “monstrous”
          Hurricane Michael forecast: What to expect and when      Cache   Translate Page      
(ORLANDO, Fla.) — (PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — Hurricane Michael — a Category 2 hurricane — churned toward the Florida Panhandle Tuesday as the state and its neighbors braced for the impact. The storm at midday Tuesday already had winds of 110 mph. When Michael reaches 111 mph, it will become a Category 3 hurricane. Here is what to expect and when Tuesday: — Michael was 310 miles south/southwest of Apalachicola, Florida, on Tuesday afternoon, with the eye of the storm moving over the eastern Gulf of Mexico. — The storm itself is about 400 miles wide. — Georgia Gov. Nathan […]
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(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — Hurricane Michael is closing in on the Florida Panhandle, forecast to make landfall as a “monstrous” Category 3 storm with a dangerous storm surge of up to 12 feet, officials said. “You cannot hide from storm surge,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott warned at a news conference Tuesday. “We can rebuild your house, but we cannot rebuild your life.” “If you have 6 feet of storm surge, you’re out the middle of it, I don’t know how you’re going to survive,” Scott said. “This storm can kill you,” Scott said. “You need to evacuate if you’re ordered […]
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(NEW YORK) — Storm surge poses a deadly threat as “monstrous” Hurricane Michael barrels toward the Florida Panhandle. “We haven’t seen anything like this in the Panhandle in decades,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott said Tuesday. Michael, now a Category 2 storm with winds of 100 mph, is forecast to be a Category 3 storm when it makes landfall near Panama City around 1 p.m. Wednesday. The storm surge could reach a deadly 12 feet, Scott warned. “You cannot hide from storm surge,” Scott said at a news conference Tuesday. “Every family must be prepared now … we can rebuild your […]
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(ORLANDO, Fla.) — Hurricane Michael is bearing down on the Florida Panhandle and is forecast to be a “monstrous” Category 3 storm when it makes landfall, officials warn. “This storm can kill you,” Florida Gov. Rick. Scott told reporters Tuesday. “You need to evacuate if you’re ordered to do so.” Michael, now a Category 2 storm with winds of 100 mph, is expected to become a Category 3 hurricane with 111 mph winds or higher later on Tuesday. Landfall is forecast for around 1 p.m. Wednesday near Panama City, Florida. “We are about 12 hours away from starting to feel […]
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Hurricane Michael remains on track toward the north Florida gulf coast. It’s now a Category 3 storm, with top sustained winds of 110 mph and is moving north at 12 mph. Our listening area from the Florida/Alabama border eastward is under a Hurricane Warning. A Storm Surge Warning is in effect from the Okaloosa/Walton County line eastward. Okaloosa County officials offered live morning and afternoon briefings on their Facebook page. Updating the path of the storm, Emergency Management Director Ken Wolfe says – for now – Michael is still on track for a direct landfall in the Panama City area. However, he says Okaloosa residents should not let their guard down. “The storm could still shift back (and) could come to this area and we could experience Category 3 winds, or if it stays on trajectory it’s currently on, we could see Category 1 winds.” “ What that means is it can still come left, could go further right, which will be better for us, which is to the east,” he continued. “Right now
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PANAMA CITY: Hurricane Michael intensified on Tuesday (Oct 9) as it barrelled toward the Florida coast, becoming a category 3 major storm as the governor of the southern US state warned residents to prepare immediately for a "monstrous" hit. Michael was now packing winds of 195 kilometres per ...
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Tribute to the late composer and pianist

Randy Weston, who celebrated the African origins of jazz and the myriad other styles created by Africans in the Americas. Weston passed away Sept. 1 at the age of 92, bringing to a close an illustrious 60+ year career, in which he stressed that Africanness, studied it's roots, even lived in Africa for a period of time,  and helped to bring African music to audiences here in America. From a young age Weston developed an Afrocentric worldview; his father being Panamanian with Jamaican ancestry and a supporter of Marcus Garvey's message of Pan-Africanism.  Citing Ellington and Monk as being his greatest influences as a pianist and composer, Weston took what he learned from those masters, infused it with direct African and Afro-Caribbean influences, and created a new trans-Atlantic fusion, beginning with his 1960 album, Uhuru Afrika. In the years to come, Weston would travel widely in Africa and spent five years living in Morocco, where he ran Tangier's African Rhythms Club. It was there that he also fell under the spell of the music of the Gnawa, which was to have a lasting influence. This week Africa O-Yé presents the music of Randy Weston.

 

 


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jhfenton wrote:
Tue Oct 09, 2018 3:36 pm

I did open a position in VEGBX (Vanguard Emerging Market Bond Admiral Shares), Vanguard's active EM bond fund, when it went live last December.



Despite the fact that emerging market equities have tanked over that period, VEGBX has not. It is actually my best-performing bond fund over that period. (That is not saying much.)



(VEGBX is not connected in any way to VWOB/VGAVX, Vanguard's EM bond index funds. VEGBX is an active mutual fund. It has accumulated about $100 MM in assets.)



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VWOB and VEGBX certainly approach Emerging Markets in different ways, and I think cap-weighted indexing may be problematic when it comes to EM bonds. VWOB is of course a "Government" index, but there are govt.-owned corporations issuing bonds which are also included in it. I suppose VWOB would fall under "USD sovereign" in Nisi's graphic above, contrary to VEGBX. Anyhow, here's a look at their holdings as posted in their respective Vanguard profile pages. Of course there's that elephant in the room - maybe call it a panda:



(Market allocations as of 08/31/2018)


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     VWOB/VGAVX                       VEGBX 

(Vang EM Govt Bond Index) (Vang EM Bond "active")

China 17.40% Mexico 8.30%
Mexico 8.20% Indonesia 8.10%
Brazil 5.70% Argentina 7.50%
Indonesia 5.70% Chile 6.20%
Russia 4.70% Guatemala 3.60%
United Arab Emi 4.60% Ukraine 4.20%
Saudi Arabia 4.20% Colombia 4.10%
Turkey 3.80% Hungary 3.50%
Argentina 3.60% Philippines 3.20%
Qatar 3.50% Russia 3.20%
Colombia 2.40% Brazil 3.10%
Philippines 2.00% Kazakhstan 3.00%
South Africa 1.70% Egypt 2.80%
Chile 1.60% Lithuania 2.50%
Lebanon 1.60% Trinidad & Toba 2.50%
Oman 1.50% India 2.20%
Egypt 1.40% Uruguay 2.10%
India 1.40% Dominican Repub 2.00%
Kazakhstan 1.40% El Salvador 1.90%
Malaysia 1.40% Romania 1.60%
Bahrain 1.20% South Africa 1.60%
Panama 1.20% Ghana 1.50%
Ukraine 1.20% Oman 1.50%
Dominican Repub 1.10% Peru 1.50%
Ecuador 1.10% Turkey 1.50%
Hungary 1.10% United States 1.50%
Peru 1.10% Angola 1.30%
Uruguay 1.00% Honduras 1.30%
Kuwait 0.80% Sri Lanka 1.30%
Poland 0.80% Bermuda 1.10%
Sri Lanka 0.80% Paraguay 1.10%
Croatia 0.70% Mongolia 0.90%
Nigeria 0.70% Senegal 0.90%
Venezuela 0.70% Panama 0.80%
Romania 0.60% United Kingdom 0.80%
Azerbaijan 0.50% Armenia 0.70%
Costa Rica 0.50% Croatia 0.70%
Angola 0.40% Lebanon 0.60%
Ghana 0.40% Saudi Arabia 0.70%
Ivory Coast 0.40% Serbia 0.60%
Jamaica 0.40% Venezuela 0.70%
Morocco 0.40% Qatar 0.50%
Pakistan 0.40% Jordan 0.50%
El Salvador 0.30% Ivory Coast 0.40%
Iraq 0.30% Latvia 0.20%
Kenya 0.30% Costa Rica 0.20%
Mongolia 0.30%
Paraguay 0.30%
Serbia 0.30%
Belarus 0.20%
Bolivia 0.20%
Gabon 0.20%
Guatemala 0.20%
Jordan 0.20%
Senegal 0.20%
Trinidad & Toba 0.20%
United States 0.20%
Vietnam 0.20%
Zambia 0.20%
Armenia 0.10%
Bahamas 0.10%
Bermuda 0.10%
Ethiopia 0.10%
Georgia 0.10%
Honduras 0.10%
Namibia 0.10%
Thailand 0.10%
Tunisia 0.10%

          10 INDIE MUSIC LABELS YOU SHOULD KNOW      Cache   Translate Page      
  TAKE NOTE OF THESE INDIE MUSIC LABELS THAT REPRESENT SOME OF YOUR FAVORITE BANDS: Glassnote Records Current artists include: CHVRCHES, Flight Facilities, Childish Gambino, and Panama Wedding   Barsuk Records Current artists include: Phantogram, Nada Surf, Death Cab for Cute, … Continue reading
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The office is abuzz with all the various activities the editors have in store for their weekend. Some are wrapped up in Assassin’s Creed Odyssey but for the most part everyone is doing something different. It’s almost like they are independent human beings and not game-playing robots programmed by Game Informer. Strange.

Are you doing anything fun this weekend? Tell us about them in the comments below! Also, resident Sphinx, Suriel, has given his weekend plans in the form of a riddle. Let us know if you understand what he’s saying.

Kyle Hilliard (@KyleMHilliard) – This weekend is both exciting and scary. We’re celebrating my daughter’s birthday with pizza, cake, and a bouncy house. That’s the exciting part. The scary part is it might rain, and we don’t have a great contingency plan for what to do with a (presumably) rowdy bunch of first-graders that we can’t send outside. It could be a disaster – for the parents. I’m sure the kids will be happy with whatever happens.

Suriel Vasquez (@SurielVazquez) – Granting my Last Wish and getting up to hijinks with Kassandra while thinking about Cassandra and how I miss her.

Ben Hanson (@yozetty) – I just realized that I have a gigantic lineup of Blank Check podcast episodes ready to go and the perfect podcast game: Forza Horizon 4. These are the ingredients for a wonderful weekend. I’m having a tough time getting my racing wheel working for the game though, which is a real bummer. Other than that, the game is just perfect. There’s also some talk of playing Super Mario Party with some friends and I also hope to finish off Wandersong. Don’t overlook that music-adventure game on Switch and PC! Have a good weekend!

Matthew Kato (@MattKato) – Plan to put a decent amount of time into AC: Odyssey, as well as take advantage of all the different programs going on in Madden Ultimate Team. I’m actually having fun just hanging around the MUT auction house and seeing what kinds of deals I can find and flip for profit. As far as other games go, I also plan to play more NHL 19. I’m in a weird limbo with my Wild franchise in that it’s March and I’m on the bubble of a playoff spot. Trading deadline is done, but I’m not sure if I should play all of my games this month and try and get a playoff spot or sim and take what comes. Maybe I’ll miss the playoffs but get a better draft spot. I don’t like tanking in general but given how I’m liking the new scouting so far, I’m excited for the draft.

In real-life sports, it’s going to be a super busy weekend. Two Gopher hockey games, the Wild home opener, Vikings/Eagles, the US Women’s National Team v. Panama, and the massive Manchester City/Liverpool match at Anfield. I hate to say it, but it might not be pretty this weekend. Oh well, there’s always video games.

Imran Khan (@imranzomg) – I’m heading out of town for the next week, so I’m bringing a cavalcade of Switch games with me that I probably won’t actually play. I’ve been saving Mega Man to play on the plane but I’m very likely going to just sleep or watch something on my iPad. I tend to bring 15 hours of entertainment for any given five-hour flight and then end up using none of it. But if I do get time, I have Valkyria Chronicles 4, Octopath Traveler, and Mega Man 11 to play.

Jeff Cork – This weekend, I’m going to try and power through as much of Assassin’s Creed Odyssey as I can. I’ve been having a lot of fun with it so far, and I’m looking forward to seeing where the story goes. As long as the answer is “Not on your ship,” I’ll be happy. I also need to get my weekly Overwatch crates, so I’ll play a bunch of Mystery Heroes. Keep an eye out for me; I’m the guy who dies seconds after Doomfist comes up in my rotation. Oh well.

Javy Gwaltney – I’m going to be finishing up Bowling With Niko Bellic & Friends this weekend, maybe starting Assassin’s Creed: Odyssey, and starting the second season/book of Avatar: The Last Airbender!

Jill Grodt (@Finruin) – I would love to say I was going to order-in, lock my door, and journey through ancient Greece in a hazy weekend-long Assassin’s Creed Odyssey session. I certainly will be playing some, but mostly I’ll be spending my time with a visitor from back home this weekend. The GI editors have steered me to the best places to eat around here, so it’s time to impress!


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texasbrisket1 wrote:

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Sorry but this auction actually closed at 7:08 PM EST so I can't honor this bid.
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          Yenith Bailey, a Panamanian revelation      Cache   Translate Page      

The standout player in Panama’s 5-0 loss to USA was their teenage goalkeeper Yenith Bailey.


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          Florida Panhandle boarding up for hurricane Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
Residents in Panama City, Florida are boarding up coastal properties and say they're 'a little nervous' as Hurricane Michael approaches with increased intensity. Gavino Garay reports.
          Radio Braces For The Worst; Hurricane Michael Now A Cat 3 Aiming At Tallahassee, Panama City With Life Threatening Wind, Rain      Cache   Translate Page      
Parts of the FLORIDA PANHANDLE and surrounding GULF COAST are bracing for a direct hit from HURRICANE MICHAEL as early as tomorrow (10/10). According to ACCUWEATHER, "MICHAEL has reached … more

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Sorry, didn't see it as CLOSED when I bid.
          Panama City Beach braces for storm surge as Hurricane Michael nears landfall      Cache   Translate Page      
The city has piped in sand from deep offshore, extending the beachline, in preparation for a storm surge of eight to 12 feet.
          Netflix Officially Grabs Soderbergh’s ‘The Laundromat’ as More Actors Join      Cache   Translate Page      

This past summer, we heard Netflix might be interested in acquiring Steven Soderbergh‘s The Laundromat, the prolific filmmaker’s upcoming movie which tells the true story of the publication of the Panama Papers, the largest leak of corporate data in history. It turns out the streaming platform’s interest was real, because Netflix is now officially on […]

The post Netflix Officially Grabs Soderbergh’s ‘The Laundromat’ as More Actors Join appeared first on /Film.


          TV Roundup: Discovery Sets ‘Deep Planet’ Ocean Exploration Series      Cache   Translate Page      
In today’s TV News Roundup, Discovery announces upcoming limited series “Deep Planet,” and Epix has greenlit “The Panama Papers.” GREENLIGHTS Documenting the deepest ocean dives ever before attempted, Discovery has announced “Deep Planet,” a multi-platform limited series event slated to debut in 2019. A collaboration between explorer Victor Vescovo, Triton Submarines and EYOS Expeditions, the […]
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Meksika körfəzində formalaşan “Maykl” fırtınası ikinci kateqoriyayadək güclənib. AZƏRTAC RİA Novosti informasiya agentliyinə istinadla xəbər verir ki, hazırda Panama Siti şəhərindən (Florida ştatı) 630 kilometr cənubda yerləşən “Maykl” saatda 19 kilometr sürətlə ABŞ sahillərinə doğru irəliləyir. Küləyin sürəti saatda 155 kilometrə çatır
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          Florida Panhandle boarding up for hurricane Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
Residents in Panama City, Florida are boarding up coastal properties and say they're 'a little nervous' as Hurricane Michael approaches with increased intensity. Gavino Garay reports.
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iStock/Thinkstock(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) -- Hurricane Michael is closing in on the Florida Panhandle, forecast to make landfall as a "monstrous" Category ...
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iStock/Thinkstock(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) -- Hurricane Michael -- a Category 3 hurricane -- churned toward the Florida Panhandle Tuesday as the state and i...
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Este martes las estrellas del pop se reúnen en el Microsoft Theater de Los Ángeles para uno de los eventos más grande de la música internacional, los American Music Awards 2018.

Esta nueva edición será conducida por Tracee Ellis Ross, comediante por su actuación en la serie "Black-ish". Además, contará con la participación de Taylor Swift, Camila Cabello, Dua Lipa, Niall Horan y Cardi B, quien cantará junto a los latinos J Balvin y Bad Bunny. 

La ceremonia de los AMAs 2018 se transmitirá por la señal de TNT, estos son los horarios:

- México: 19:00 horas.

- Perú: 19:00 horas.

- Panamá: 19:00 horas.

- Ecuador: 19:00 horas.

- Colombia: 19:00  horas.

- Venezuela 20:00 horas.

- Argentina: 21:00 horas.

- Chile: 21:00 horas.


          Cat 3 Michael bearing down on Panama City      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Michael upgraded to Category 3 hurricane, menaces Florida Panhandle      Cache   Translate Page      
TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — A fast and furious Hurricane Michael, upgraded to a category 3 storm, sped toward the Florida Panhandle on Tuesday with 120 mph winds and a potential storm surge of 12 feet, giving tens of thousands of people precious little time to get out or board up. Drawing energy from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico with every passing hour, the storm was expected to blow ashore around midday Wednesday near Panama City Beach, along a […]
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Raúl López Flores, atleta torreonense, volvió a esta ciudad lleno de gloria tras conquistar la ciudad de San José, Costa Rica, lugar que del 5 al 7 de octubre pasados, albergó el XXI Campeonato Centroamericano de Atletismo Master, logrando resultados de excelencia.

En el mencionado certamen participan solamente atletas mayores a 30 años, procedentes de países como México, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Belice, Panamá, Nicaragüa, el local en esta ocasión fue Costa Rica, entre otros. López logró adjudicarse 4 medallas para firmar así una exitosa participación en el competitivo certamen internacional.

López obtuvo medalla de oro en la competencia de salto de longitud y en la carrera de relevos 4 por 400, mientras que quedó en el segundo lugar dentro de la carrera 4 por 100 y en la competición individual de los 400 metros, siendo uno de los atletas con mejores resultados, dejando de ésta manera en alto el nombre de la ciudad y del país.

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La Selección Mexicana de Futbol conoció este día las sedes y fechas en que jugará la Copa Oro 2019, la cual será histórica con la participación de 16 equipos.

La Confederación de Norte, Centroamérica y el Caribe de Futbol Asociación (Concacaf) anunció este martes las sedes y fechas de los equipos cabeza de serie de la edición 15 del certamen, que se jugará del 15 de junio al 7 de julio del próximo año.

El Tricolor, instalado en el Grupo A, jugará el 15 de junio en el Rose Bowl de Pasadena, California; el 19 en el Broncos Stadium at Mile High de Denver, Colorado, y el 23 en el Bank of America Stadium de Charlotte, Carolina del Norte.

También se dieron a conocer las fechas y sedes de las rondas de cuartos de final, semifinales y final, donde se ratificó al Soldier Field de Chicago como sede del partido por el título el 7 de julio próximo.

Panamá y Trinidad y Tobago también están clasificados, y el resto de participantes se conocerá a través de la Liga de Naciones de Concacaf, con rondas en octubre y noviembre de 2018 y marzo de 2019. El próximo año se conocerá el calendario y grupos completos.

El organismo informó que "las cuatro naciones cabeza de serie y mejor clasificadas según el Ranking de Concacaf de septiembre 2018 (en orden alfabético: Costa Rica, Honduras, México y Estados Unidos) y sus respectivos grupos, jugarán de la siguiente manera":

- Grupo A - México

15 de junio: Rose Bowl, Pasadena, CA.

19 de junio: Broncos Stadium at Mile High, Denver, CO.

23 de junio: Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC.

- Grupo B - Costa Rica

16 de junio: Sede fuera de Estados Unidos por determinar

20 de junio: Toyota Stadium, Frisco, TX.

24 de junio: Red Bull Arena, Harrison, NJ.

- Grupo C - Honduras

17 de junio: Sede fuera de Estados Unidos por determinar

21 de junio: BBVA Compass Stadium, Houston, TX.

25 de junio: Banc of California Stadium, Los Ángeles, TX.

- Grupo D - Estados Unidos

18 de junio: Allianz Field, Minnesota, MN.

22 de junio: FirstEnergy Stadium, Cleveland, OH.

26 de junio: Children's Mercy Park, Kansas City, KS.

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El Club Hípico Argentino forma parte del Parque Verde, una de las cuatro sedes grandes en las que se desarrollan los JJ.OO. de la Juventud en Buenos Aires. En este sector de la Capital se puede ver en persona cuál es uno de los fundamentos de esta competencia que no sólo vive de ganar o perder, sino de compartir.

La disciplina ecuestre se divide en saltos individuales y por equipos. En esta última participan seis conjuntos divididos no en países, sino en continentes: Europa, Norteamérica, Africa, Australasia, Asia y Sudamérica. A su vez, cada uno está formado por chicos y chicas. Se entiende el por qué no hay medallero en este caso: ¿para qué país irían el oro, plata y bronce?

Mirá también: ¿Por qué no hay medallero en Buenos Aires 2018?

Este martes se disputó la prueba colectiva, en la que los sudamericanos se presentaron con un brasileño, un venezolano, un boliviano, una paraguaya y el argentino Richard Kerkegaard. Como en todas las sedes, ésta también se completó de público, siendo los africanos -con banderas- los más ruidosos. 

Los sudafricanos en el Hípico.

Los sudafricanos en el Hípico.

Mirá también: Los chicos tailandeses eligieron: ¿Messi o Cristiano?

Pese a la tormenta de ayer, el suelo estaba impecable, como los jinetes y caballos. Las vallas estaban decoradas con imágenes de Buenos Aores, como el Obelisco, una pareja bailando tango y la Casa Rosada.

Mirá también: La mejor siembra posible

"Hubo buena onda entre nosotros, el rendimiento fue bueno pese a que no ganamos medallas y quedamos cuartos", dijo Kierkegaard, que el viernes y sábado sí representará a la Argentina en saltos individuales. 

Las vallas decoradas.

Las vallas decoradas.

Los campeones fueron los norteamericanos, que no respetaron limpíotes geograficos ya que incluyeron respresentantes de Haití, Honduras y Panamá, además de México y EE.UU. Saltaron tres mujeres y dos varones. el auténtico todos y todas. 

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THOMASTON MAYOR J.D. STALLINGS TOLD THOMASTON KIWANIS TUESDAY—ALL CITY VEHICLES ARE FUELED-UP AND CREWS ARE ON STAND-BY FOR THE STORM . AT TUESDAY NITE'S MEETING COMMISSION CHAIRMAN NORMAN ALLEN URGED THE PUBLIC TO BE CAUTIOUS AND TRACK THE STORM THRU THE MEDIA—AND HE SAID EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT AND COUNTY CREWS ARE ON THE READY.


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          Classes at some TROY locations cancelled due to Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Michael

Troy University has cancelled classes at the Troy and Dothan campuses as well as locations in Fort Walton Beach, Panama City and Pensacola, Florida,  beginning 5 p.m. Tuesday evening and through Wednesday due to the impending arrival of Hurricane Michael.

The move comes in an effort to promote the safety of TROY students, faculty and...

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          Panama City Boarded Up And Hunkered Down As Hurricane Michael Approaches      Cache   Translate Page      
Residents across the Florida Panhandle are boarding up their homes and businesses in anticipation of Hurricane Michael's impact.
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Residents in Panama City, Florida are boarding up coastal properties and say they're 'a little nervous' as Hurricane Michael approaches with increased intensity. Gavino Garay reports.
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Panamá, 9 oct (EFE).- La defensa del expresidente Ricardo Martinelli, detenido en el marco de una investigación por supuestas escuchas ilegales en su mandato, solicitó hoy al pleno del Supremo panameño una audiencia "a la brevedad" para debatir sobre el cambio de su detención preventiva por otras medidas cautelares.
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          Huracán Michael alcanza categoría 3 rumbo a Florida      Cache   Translate Page      

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Florida, Estados Unidos.

El huracán Michael se convirtió este martes en un ciclón de gran intensidad, con categoría 3 de máximo 5, al alcanzar vientos de 195 km/h en su ruta hacia el norte de Florida, donde producirá el miércoles peligrosas lluvias y marejadas.

"Se está cerrando la ventana de tiempo para prepararse", escribió el gobernador de Florida, Rick Scott.

"Esta es una situación seria de riesgo de vida, no asuma ningún riesgo.

Si le han dicho que evacúe, evacúe".

Florida y el estado vecino de Alabama declararon estado de emergencia y las áreas costeras en la zona de impacto están bajo órdenes de evacuación obligatoria.

De acuerdo al noticiero ABC, esto afecta a al menos 120,000 personas.

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661&metricWind=default&metricTemp=default&radarRange=-1" frameborder="0"></iframe>"El huracán Michael es una tormenta enorme", ha dicho el gobernador tras declarar el lunes estado de emergencia para 35 condados del norte y el oeste.

El huracán avanza hacia Florida a poco menos de 20 km/hora con vientos máximos sostenidos de 155 km/hora sobre el Golfo de México, y ubicándose a 635 km al sur de la ciudad floridana de Panama City, que recibirá el impacto directo de Michael el miércoles a primera hora de la tarde.

Vea: Trump declara emergencia en EEUU por llegada de huracán Michael"Se espera que se siga fortaleciendo", escribió el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC), con sede en Miami, en su boletín de las 11H00 GMT.

"Se pronostica que Michael será un huracán de gran intensidad [categoría 3 de 5] al tocar tierra en Florida", añadió, y ratificó los "riesgos de vida" que señalados por el gobernador.


          Ahead of Hurricane Michael, military bases in Florida are shutting down operations and in some cases issuing evacuations      Cache   Translate Page      
F-22 Raptors from Tyndall Air Force Base in Florida taxi after landing on the runway at Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in Ohio. The aircraft have been evacuated from their base for the duration of Hurricane Michael.Most US military bases in the Florida panhandle are closing to non-essential personnel in preparation for Hurricane Michael, which was recently upgraded to Category 3. So far, only Tyndall Air Force Base and Naval Support Activity Panama City have issued mandatory evacuations.
          Logra Meyer otro oro mexicano; Botello buscará el tercero      Cache   Translate Page      
8 años tuvieron que pasar para que México se colgara su primera medalla de oro en la breve historia de los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud, todo en manos de Yesica Hernández, halterofilista, que este lunes subió a lo más alto del podio y ''quitó ese peso de encima'' a los atletas aztecas.



Mas para la segunda presea áurea, sólo transcurrió un día más, ya que este martes la jinete Nicole Meyer Robredo la consiguió en conjunto en encuentro mixto ecuestre.




Representando al equipo internacional norteamericano, Meyer junto a Philippe Coles (Haití), Pilar Thomson (Panamá), Pedro Espinosa (Honduras) y Matie Hatcher (Estados Unidos) superaron a Europa, que se quedó con la plata.

Por otra parte, el tercer oro mexicano podría caer este mismo día, pues la sablista tijuanense Natalia Botello avanzó a la final luego de mandar a la belga Jolien Corteyn fuera de la competencia. Ahora Botello buscará quedarse el metal dorado ante otra rival del viejo continente, Liza Pusztai de Hungría.



          Hoosier family vacationing in Florida, bracing for Hurricane Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
BROWN COUNTY, Ind. – A Hoosier family is deciding to stick out Hurricane Michael. The monstrous storm is heading towards Florida’s panhandle and is expected to make landfall Wednesday.  Kelly Buddrige and her family are from Brown County and are vacationing in Panama City, near where Hurricane Michael is predicted to hit. “Two days ago, the parking lot was full and today there’s maybe 10 cars out there. A lot of people have left,” explains Kelly Buddige, a Hoosier vacationing […]
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Michael is a Category 3 Hurricane that will make landfall near Panama City Florida around noon on Wednesday. From there it’ll move very quickly to the northeast and weakening as it travels. The storm will plow through South Carolina on Thursday. Here in the Midlands we should expect a very windy and rainy Thursday with 3 to 6 inches of...
          Hurricane Michael Update      Cache   Translate Page      
Michael is now a Category 3 Hurricane and will make landfall near Panama City Florida around noon on Wednesday. From there it’ll move very quickly to the northeast and weakening as it travels. The storm will plow through South Carolina on Thursday. Here in the Midlands we should expect a very windy and rainy Thursday with 3 to 6 inches...
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Cada vez mais próximo o lançamento do novo álbum, o NERVOCHAOS anuncia seu título: ‘Ablaze’, oitavo álbum de estúdio, mais uma vez gravado na Itália, no Alpha Omega Studios, ao lado do produtor Alex Azzali.

O novo álbum é esperado ainda para 2018 e mais uma vez será lançado em parceria com as gravadoras Cogumelo Records e Voice Music no Brasil. Em breve mais detalhes sobre ‘Ablaze’ serão divulgados.

O NERVOCHAOS também está de volta aos palcos seguindo a Nyctophilia Tour 2018, agora pela América Latina, e no momento divide os palcos de nossos vizinhos em shows com o Enthroned e Purgatory. A tour passa por países como Paraguai, Uruguai, Chile, Argentina, Bolívia, Equador, El Salvador, Guatemala, Panamá, Peru e Colômbia. Depois o Tanque de Guerra volta para mais shows no Brasil.

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Hurricane Michael is expected to become a Category 4 storm before it makes landfall in either the Florida Panhandle or Florida Big Bend area midday Wednesday, the National Hurricane Center said late Tuesday.

A Category 4 storm brings maximum sustained winds of at least 130 mph, and experts warn of dangerous storm surge. This could be the strongest storm to hit the region in 13 years, and state officials are urging all residents living in evacuation zones to leave.

Hurricane Michael, now about 220 miles south-southwest of Panama City, Florida, is moving north at 12 mph, a Category 3 storm with sustained winds of 120 mph. After the storm makes landfall, it is expected to weaken as it moves across the southeastern United States.


          ‘This will be the first time since Opal that we are going to take a direct hit from a major hurricane…” Chris Smith of WJHG in Panama City Beach      Cache   Translate Page      
Nick Digilio, Steve King and Johnnie Putman welcome Chris Smith, chief meteorologist for WJHG in Panama City Beach, to discuss Hurricane Michael. http://serve.castfire.com/audio/3554645/3554645_2018-10-09-095945.64kmono.mp3?ad_params=zones%3DPreroll%7Cstation_id%3D3771.mp3 To download this or any of Nick’s podcast visit our I-Tunes page.  Like us on Facebook (/nickdshow) and follow us on Twitter (@nickdshow.)
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Nick Digilio was thrilled to have the great Steve King and Johnnie Putman on for almost the entire show. Here’s a rundown: Hour 1: + Show Start + Chris Smith, chief meteorologist for WJHG in Panama City Beach on Hurricane Michael + Br5-49’s new CD featuring music performed on Steve and Johnnie’s show + Thoughts on the new version of ‘A Star is Born’ Hour 2: + Upcoming Steve and Johnnie events and appearances + WGN vinyl memories + Patrick […]
          Michael strengthens into Category 3 hurricane as it heads toward Florida Panhandle      Cache   Translate Page      
TALLAHASSEE, Fla.— A fast and furious Hurricane Michael sped toward the Florida Panhandle on Tuesday with 120 mph winds and a potential storm surge of 12 feet, giving tens of thousands of people precious little time to get out or board up. Drawing energy from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico with every passing hour, the storm was expected to blow ashore around midday Wednesday near Panama City Beach, along a lightly populated stretch of fishing villages and […]
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          On industry division & export growth      Cache   Translate Page      

As industry organizations butt heads and differ on strategies and policies, beef producers should focus less on division and internal fighting and more on this great news: beef exports continue to climb at a tremendous rate!

Division in agriculture has always been a challenge, but particularly so for the beef industry. Often I feel like our industry politics are worse than the Republicans vs. the Democrats.

There are several membership organizations to become active in, and as such, these organizations have different strategies, philosophies and political views to accomplish their member-driven policies.

I’ve been asked repeatedly by readers to comment on how I feel about the strange bedfellows of a few of these organizations. It’s not that I’m dodging the discussion, but I believe it’s a polarizing issue that only leads to greater division in our industry.

READ: Does beef demand impact you?

My best advice to these folks who are critical of one organization or another is this — stay active; ask questions; keep leadership accountable; and make sure you the producer are driving the direction of an organization and its policies.

We have many adversaries coming at us at once — fake meat companies, Humane Society of the United States, litigation against the beef checkoff and a push for “more sustainable” beef from environmentalist groups. It is pointless to fight amongst each other when we have so much work to do externally to compete for marketshare in the meat case and keep cattlemen in business and profitable for generations to come.

As a result, more unity is needed in this industry. While our strategies may vary, I believe every cattleman and woman can agree we all want the same thing — high beef demand, stable prices and fair markets with ample opportunities to merchandise our cattle how we see fit.

Anything other than that is a distraction, and that’s all I plan to say on this topic.

And while we may have great division and a growing number of adversaries hoping to take our industry down with the death of a thousand cuts, there is a silver lining in the beef cattle industry for 2018 — it’s export growth!

READ: U.S. finds home for beef in Japan, Korea

Joe Schuele for the U.S. Meat Export Federation (USMEF) says, “U.S. beef exports set new records in August with export value topping $750 million for the first time, according to data released by USDA and compiled by the USMEF.

"August beef exports totaled 119,850 metric tons (mt), up 7% from a year ago, valued at $751.7 million – up 11% year-over-year and easily exceeding the previous record of $722.1 million reached in May 2018. For January through August, beef exports totaled 899,300 mt, up 9% from a year ago, while value climbed 18% to $5.51 billion.”

What’s more, for the third consecutive month, USMEF reports that beef muscle cut exports set a new volume record in August at 95,181 mt, up 9% from a year ago for a value of $679.6 million (up 13%). Schuele adds, “Through August, muscle cut exports were 14% ahead of last year’s pace in volume (692,234 mt) and 21% higher in value ($4.93 billion).”

The August exports account for 13.2% of total beef production, up from 12.5% a year ago, and if you’re noticing a theme — “up” is the direction exports have headed in all categories.

According to the report, “For beef muscle cuts only, the percentage exported was 11.2%, up from 10.4% last year. For January through August, exports accounted for 13.5% of total beef production and 11.1% for muscle cuts – up from 12.8% and 10.1%, respectively, last year. Beef export value averaged $320.92 per head of fed slaughter in August, up 11% from a year ago. The January-August average was $318.66 per head, up 16%.”

READ: How to capture export value

This tremendous export growth is a reflection of how well-received U.S. beef products are around the world. We’ve got the taste, quality, safety and the reputation, and the numbers prove it.

For example, in South Korea, exports are up 42% from a year ago to set a new value record at $176.4 million (up 60% in value). In Japan, beef exports have climbed 8% from a year ago. In Mexico, exports were up 1% from a year ago in volume and were 8% higher in value.

Additionally, USMEF reports, “While beef shipments to China/Hong Kong slowed in the summer months, January-August exports remained 6% higher than a year ago in volume and 30% higher in value ($638.8 million). Exports to China, which reopened to U.S. beef in June of last year, were 4,580 mt valued at $39.8 million.

“Beef exports to Taiwan soared 36% above last year’s pace in volume (38,923 mt) and 40% higher in value ($359.9 million). Strong growth in the Philippines pushed beef exports to the ASEAN region 11% ahead of last year’s pace in volume (29,261 mt) and 23% higher in value ($160.7 million).”

We are also seeing export growth in places like Costa Rica, Guatemala, Panama and El Salvador, with export volume to Central America increasing 26% from a year ago to 9,519 mt, while value climbed 22% to $51.6 million.

To read the entire USMEF report, click here.

So to all the folks who spend their time and energy griping about membership organizations they don’t belong to, I would like to remind them it’s not all doom and gloom out there. The beef industry is on an amazing trajectory domestically and abroad to remain the premier protein at the center of the dinner plate.

Instead of division and internal fighting, how about we focus on the big picture and continue to promote our beef effectively and with great enthusiasm to our customers here and abroad?

The opinions of Amanda Radke are not necessarily those of beefmagazine.com or Farm Progress.


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EVASIÓN DE IMPUESTOS
Steven Soderbergh ('The Knick') dirige este proyecto basado en el libro de Jake Bernstein sobre el mediático caso.

Antonio Banderas, Meryl Streep y Gary Oldman protagonizan la película de Netflix sobre los Papeles de Panamá
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Hurricane Michael swiftly intensified into a Category 2 over warm Gulf of Mexico waters on Tuesday amid fears it would strike Florida on Wednesday as a major hurricane. RELATED: Florida Governor To Declare State Of Emergency Ahead Of Potential Hurricane Mandatory evacuation orders went into effect Tuesday morning for some 120,000 people in Panama City Beach […]

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On the CBS Evening News tonight from Panama City Beach, Florida: the latest on Hurricane Michael - including the track and all preparations. We have a team of correspondents in the region on tonight's CBS Evening News.
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Storm surges from Hurricane Michael could reach 12 feet. While a few beach communities are densely populated, much of the region is rural and sparsely populated. (Above: The Port of Mobile.) Photo credit: Shutterstock.com. 2:15 p.m. EDT UPDATE:   According to the Florida Ports Council, the ports of Pensacola and Panama City are now...
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Find out why everyone's just a little disappointed in Badlock, the bad security that could be connected to the Panama Papers leak & the story of a simple delete command that took out an entire hosting provider.

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Buenos Aires, ArgentinaEl hondureño Pedro José Espinosa puso en alto el nombre de Honduras este martes luego de que obtuvo la medalla de oro en la prueba ecuestre de salto en los Juegos Olímpicos de la Juventud que se realizan en Buenos Aires, Argentina.

El chico de 18 años de edad, ganó la presea dorada en la categoría ecuestre en donde estuvo en la competencia por equipos en el grupo de Norte América, junto con Marissa Thompson de Panamá, Nicole Meyer de México, Mateo Oles de Haití, y Mattie Hatcher, de Estados Unidos"Todos montaron de forma increíble, es una gran alegría y emoción estar en una olimpiada con los mejores jinetes del mundo y representar al país, dijo emocionado el joven tras la conquista en tierras argentinas.

Y añadió: "Creo que lo más complicado fue soportar la presión, por lo mismo que es una prueba en conjunto", indicó el joven hondureño.

Cabe señalar que además de Pedro Espinosa, por Honduras participan en la competencia Elvin Josué Canales en atletismo, Michelle Ramírez de natación y Densel de Jesús Valerio de lucha grecorromano.

Los Juegos de la Juventus es un evento multideportivo internacional realizado cada cuatro años por el Comité Olímpico Internacional.

​Esta edición de los juegos se realiza del 6 al 18 de octubre de 2018 en la ciudad de Buenos Aires y las localidades de Hurlingham, San Isidro, Vicente López y Villa Martelli.

Es la primera vez que se disputan fuera del continente asiático.


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Michael” ganó fuerza y se convirtió en un huracán categoría 3 con vientos de 192 kph (120 mph), informaron los meteorólogos el martes.

El Centro Nacional de Huracanes de Estados Unidos informó que “Michael” avanza hacia el Norte por el Golfo de México a 19 km/h (12 mph). La tormenta se ubica a unos 475 kilómetros (295 millas) al sur de Panama City Beach, Florida.





Se prevé que "Michael" continúe avanzando por el Golfo durante la noche y toque tierra el miércoles sobre la franja de Florida.




El pronóstico es que toque tierra con fuerza de huracán y se debilite conforme avance a través del sureste de Estados Unidos.

VER MÁS: Huracán "Michael" amenaza a Florida; declaran estado de emergencia

El centro de huracanes señaló que podría haber marejadas ciclónicas de hasta 4 metros (13 pies) y hasta 30 centímetros (12 pulgadas) de lluvia en algunas zonas.
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ESTADOS UNIDOS, (RT), 09 de octubre de 2018 .- Se espera que el ojo del huracán toque tierra este miércoles en la parte noroccidental de Florida, para luego continuar hacia el noreste del país. El huracán Michael se ha fortalecido este martes en el golfo de México, alcanzando la categoría 3 mientras avanza hacia la costa sureste de EE.UU., comunica el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC) estadounidense. De momento, el huracán se encuentra a 470 kilómetros al sur de Panamá City (Florida, EE.UU.) desplazándose a 19 kilómetros por hora con dirección norte-noroeste y vientos máximos sostenidos de 195 km/h. El NHC ha emitido una advertencia de marejada ciclónica para varias localidades del estado de Florida, desde el condado de Okaloosa hasta el río Anclote. Esto significa, explica el centro, que durante las próximas 36 horas las crecidas de aguas pueden desplazarse hacia el interior del estado desde la costa, lo que es una situación “potencialmente mortal” y presenta gran peligro para la vida. Se espera que el ojo del huracán toque tierra este miércoles en la parte noroccidental de Florida, para luego continuar hacia el noreste del país. El presidente de EE.UU. #Michael is expected to produce a destructive & life-threatening storm surge along portions of the Florida Panhandle, Big Bend & Nature Coast on Wednesday & Wed night. The worst storm surge is expected to be between Mexico Beach & Keaton Beach with 9-13' of inundation possible. pic.twitter.com/Q7OQ3XjypT — National Hurricane Center (@NHC_Atlantic) October 9, 2018 Donald Trump, ha declarado el estado emergencia en Florida y ordenó la asistencia federal para complementar las labores de respuesta. VP/INTERNACIONAL/AM

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. – A fast and furious Hurricane Michael sped toward the Florida Panhandle on Tuesday night with 120 mph winds and a potential storm surge of 13 feet, giving tens of thousands of people precious little time to get out or board up.

Drawing energy from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico, the storm strengthened rapidly into a potentially devastating Category 3 and was getting much better organized after nightfall. Forecasters said Michael could be near a very dangerous Category 4 by landfall, with further strengthening expected overnibght.

It was expected to blow ashore around midday Wednesday near Panama City Beach, along a lightly populated stretch of fishing villages and white-sand spring-break beaches.

While Florence took five days between the time it turned into a hurricane and the moment it rolled into the Carolinas, Michael gave Florida what amounted to two days' notice. It developed into a hurricane on Monday, and by Tuesday, more than 180,000 people were under mandatory evacuation orders.

"We don't know if it's going to wipe out our house or not," Jason McDonald, of Panama City, said as he and his wife drove north into Alabama with their two children, ages 5 and 7. "We want to get them out of the way."

Coastal residents rushed to board up their homes and stock up on bottled water and other supplies.

As of 8 p.m. EDT, Michael was 255 miles south of Panama City, speeding northward at 12 mph. Hurricane-force winds extended outward 45 miles from its center.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott warned it was a "monstrous hurricane," and his Democratic opponent for the Senate, Sen. Bill Nelson, said a "wall of water" could cause destruction along the Panhandle.

"Don't think that you can ride this out if you're in a low-lying area," Nelson said on CNN.

But some officials were worried by what they weren't seeing – a rush of evacuees.

"I am not seeing the level of traffic on the roadways that I would expect when we've called for the evacuation of 75 percent of this county," Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford said.

Aja Kemp, 36, planned to stay in her mobile home in Crawfordville. She worked all night stocking shelves at a big-box store that was closing later Tuesday, then got to work securing her yard.

Kemp said the bill totaled more than $800 when she and her family fled Hurricane Irma's uncertain path last year.

"I just can't bring myself to spend that much money," she said. "We've got supplies to last us a week. Plenty of water. I made sure we've got clean clothes. We got everything tied down."

In the dangerously exposed coastal town of Apalachicola, population 2,500, Sally Crown planned to go home and hunker down with her two dogs.

"We've been through this before," she said. "This might be really bad and serious. But in my experience, it's always blown way out of proportion."

Mandatory evacuation orders went into effect in Panama City Beach and other low-lying areas in the storm's path. That included Pensacola Beach but not in Pensacola itself, a city of about 54,000.

Forecasters said parts of the Panhandle and Florida's marshy, lightly populated Big Bend area – the crook of Florida's elbow – could see 9 to 13 feet of storm surge.

About 20 miles in from the coast, in Tallahassee, the state capital, people rushed to fill their gas tanks and grab supplies. Many gas stations in Tallahassee had run out of fuel, including the Quick 'N' Save, which also was stripped clean of bottled water and down to about two dozen bags of ice.

Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, Florida's Democratic nominee for governor, helped people fill sandbags.

Several people were taken by van from coastal Wakulla County to Tallahassee's Leon County to the north. Wakulla County's shelters are not considered reliable against storms stronger than a Category 2.

Annette Strickland, 75, arrived at a Tallahassee high school. While glad to have a safe place to ride out the storm, she wasn't happy that her home county couldn't provide shelter.

"I feel like that they should've provided something," she said. "That's just me. I don't want to be ugly."

Michael could dump up to a foot of rain over some Panhandle communities before its remnants go back out to sea by way of the mid-Atlantic states over the next few days.

Forecasters said it could bring 3 to 6 inches of rain to Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia, triggering flash flooding in a corner of the country still recovering from Florence.

"I know people are fatigued from Florence, but don't let this storm catch you with your guard down," North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper said, adding, "A number of homes have rooftop tarps that could be damaged or blown away with this wind."

While Florence wrung itself out for days and brought ruinous rains, fast-moving Michael is likely to be more about wind and storm surge.

As the storm closed in on the U.S., it caused havoc in the Caribbean.

In Cuba, it dropped more than 10 inches of rain in places, flooding fields, damaging roads, knocking out power and destroying some homes in the western province of Pinar del Rio. Cuban authorities said they evacuated about 400 people from low-lying areas.

Disaster agencies in El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua reported 13 deaths as roofs collapsed and residents were carried away by swollen rivers.


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San Pedro Sula, Honduras.

Tabaré Alonso, el uruguayo que salió de su país con el propósito de recorrer América hasta llegar a Alaska junto a su bicicleta América, parece que ha encontrado el amor.

En Honduras no solo le robaron su apreciada América, la cual tras momentos de desesperación y de ayuda de los hondureños en redes sociales que compartieron su caso logró recuperar.

Al uruguayo también le robaron el corazón.

¿Será que ahora el uruguayo tendrá alguien más que le haga compañía rumbo a Alaska?El camino del corazón: hacia el norte, me enamoré.

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¿Querés venir conmigo en bicicleta hasta Alaska?Quiero verte otra vez y de mil maneras más, le decía a ella, a una catracha: venite conmigo sin pensarlo dos veces.

Y me contesta: "¡Será fascinante!"" Pero, aún estoy muy apegada a las cosas.

Me costó muchos años construir lo que tengo, no puedo solo olvidar mi presente y pasado, mis amigos, mi madre, mi trabajo, mi casa".

La tomé fuerte de su mano y le seguía insistiendo: dejarías todo para construir otras cosas aún más gigantes, sería una experiencia increíble terminar de conocer parte de América a tu lado.

Ella se apartaba y caminaba de un lado a otro, como tratando de buscar alguna respuesta, pero solo me decía muy despacio: " Tabaré, yo no puedo salir a conocer al vecino cuando apenas conozco a mi país.

Dibujó con un palito una línea sobre la tierra, del lado de ella me decía: "mirá, este es mi refugio y mi hogar y del otro lado de la línea estás tú y tu sueño Tabaré, son solo tú y América".

Fotogalería: Los momentos mágicos de Tabare junto a su bicicleta "América" en Honduras¡Qué mujer! .

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¿Cómo puede ser tan dulce y tan fría a la vez? Yo en este viaje aprendí a conocer y a sentir a las personas en tan solo horas, y ella con su forma de ser y su firmeza me hipnotizó de inmediato.

Me dio la inspiración para hacer lo que no me he atrevido a hacer en 30 meses: Te pido que te vengas conmigo.

Como si fuéramos uno.

Yo la miraba en busca de un "sí ", ella me miro y dijo: "Quédate aquí conmigo, Tabaré".

En ese instante, viejos recuerdos rodaron por mi mente y nuevas lágrimas.

Fue tan corto el tiempo en que disfruté de su amor que se sentía interminable cada segundo y tan duradero.

Me hundí en la profundidad de sus ojos, me enamoré de su risa, jugué como el viento con su pelo, la amé de tal forma que al escuchar su voz mi corazón abría sus ventanas, esas que dan hacia el mañana perfecto.

Primera vez que conozco a una mujer tan fuerte que lo único que le decía era: ven conmigo, acompáñame en mi viaje.

Una chica todo terreno.

Todo era perfecto.

Segundos enteros de risas, juegos, suspiros y grandes momentos.

Ella me contó sobre la historia de su aldea y me mostró una de las caras más bellas de Honduras: las vivencias del sacrificio, el valor y la lucha de sus mujeres, de sus niñas.

Ella me inspiró a escribirle a la paz, ella, ella.

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¿Qué más podíamos pedirle a la vida que fue tan generosa con nosotros? Nada pedimos.

Nada necesitábamos.

Todo era premios de amor.

Pero cuando ella dijo: "quédate conmigo", me invadieron los recuerdos de como un día mientras estaba perdido sin entender nada y a nadie en Manaos-Brasil, una reina de ojos verdes me salvó y sin siquiera hablarnos (ya que no entendía su idioma) ella con su danza me enseñó el significado de la pasión, ella me enseñó a danzar de la mano con mi sueño, me enseñó su idioma, me dio de comer, me regaló un mapa, me impulsó y me dejó seguir el camino de mi sueño en libertad a pesar de que el amor se mostró desde el primer instante.

Luego, en Venezuela, la prueba fue aún más difícil porque encontré a mi "hada madrina", una chica con poderes mágicos que sabe pintar colores en la oscuridad.

Fue la prueba más difícil porque la conexión fue muy intensa.

Ella necesitaba de mí y yo fui feliz a su lado.

Mi morocha, la mitad de mi corazón se quedó con ella, y ella en esencia se vino conmigo, nos conectamos, hicimos un acuerdo, un intercambio para poder seguir adelante cada quien con su sueño.

Tiempo después en Costa Rica el amor surgió del aire y como si nada, con tan solo el aroma de un café en la montaña antes de llegar a San José, allí la inocencia se mostró como un regalo del cielo y el amor me puso a prueba otra vez en aquel café.

Una historia incompleta que me dejó con el sabor amargo, ¿qué hubiera pasado si hubiéramos tomado otro café?Así que se lo dije a esta chica ( catracha).

Le dije: ya no quiero seguir huyendo del amor.

Ahora que siento que te encontré de nuevo no he podido pegar un ojo ni estando dormido.

Por favor no me pidas que me quede contigo, vente tú conmigo.

Acaso, ¿otra vez se me va a escapar el amor o seré siempre yo el que huye? Estuve más de 10 años trabajando tan duro, imaginando algún día visitar Machu Picchu, el monte Roraima, el Caribe, la nieve y todo lo que había en mi mapa de sueños.

Dejé atrás mi Uruguay, mi casa, mi familia, mis amigos, una maestra de la vida en Brasil, la mitad de mi corazón en Venezuela, la oportunidad de un gran amor en Costa Rica y ahora que conocí a través de tus manos el sabor dulce de un nuevo amor no puedo permitirme otra historia incompleta.

Pero debo partir pronto a la frontera de El Salvador, yo no puedo quedarme ni regresar pronto.

Quizás sí en algunos años, pero no ahora.

Tú sabes que este es mi sueño, mi proyecto de vida y mi misión de compartir con mis hermanos un nuevo significado de lo que implica recorrer América desde la perspectiva del amor, la paz y la humildad.

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Ella me escucha atenta pero al final dice: " Tabaré, quedate conmigo".

Dice el legado Maya en su libro Popol Vuh: "Cuando tengas que elegir entre dos caminos,pregúntate cuál de ellos tiene corazón, porque quien elige el camino del corazón no se equivoca nunca”.

Aquí en tierras lejanas, aquí en tierras Mayas en Centro América, mientras caminaba por la ruinas de Copán y su suelo de misterios, comprendí el maravilloso arte de poder guardar en mi pecho historias, anécdotas, sensaciones y la gran emoción de haber amado.

Quizás fui un cobarde, quizás fui ingenuo, egoísta, aún no lo sé, pero tengo la convicción de que mi sueño es más fuerte que las piedras de Copán, que aún derrumbadas, saqueadas y en ruinas siguen conservando el mismo esplendor.

Siguen siendo una fortaleza donde ni el tiempo ni los terremotos ni las inundaciones han podido borrar su historia y su legado.

Hoy me siento bien porque pude abrir las ventanas de mi corazón dormido, revivir recuerdos que poco necesitan para salir a la luz.

Hubo un beso robado y muchos otros que fueron entregados, una canción romántica, una pareja tomada de las manos caminando sin rumbo por unos segundos, el abrazo enamorado de dos amantes que se buscan en la multitud y al encontrarse se olvidan de todos y de todo para sellar con un beso un gran amor por otros segundos.

"Tabaré, quedate conmigo".

Quiero verla una vez más pero no se si tenga el coraje de volver a enfrentarme con esa elección entre mi sueño y ella.

"Tabaré, quedate conmigo".

Esto es más difícil que pedalear por la ruta 40 de Argentina.

Más difícil que cruzar el desierto de Uyuni a -10 grados por la noche en Bolivia.

Más difícil que cruzar la cordillera de Los Andes en Perú.

Más difícil que hacer 800 kilómetros por la selva de Brasil.

Que subir y bajar el monte Roraima en 2 días y medio en Venezuela.

Que las cuestas de Colombia.

Más difícil que obtener la visa americana en Panamá.

Más difícil que construir una balsa en Costa Rica.

Más difícil que atravesar el pulmón de Nicaragua.

"Tabaré, quedate conmigo".

P.

D.

: ¿Esta historia continuará?Sigue la ruta:Santa Bárbara, Comayagua y Tegucigalpa.

Y de allí, El Salvador nos espera.

Allá vamos destino a Alaska con América.

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The film details the unprecedented coordination of journalists from around the world working in secret, at great personal risk, to expose the largest data leak in history.
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          Vì sao ông Trump 'nghèo' đi sau khi đắc cử tổng thống?      Cache   Translate Page      

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Trong bảng xếp hạng 400 người Mỹ giàu nhất (Forbes 400) do tạp chí Forbes vừa công bố, Tổng thống Donald Trump bị tụt bậc nghiêm trọng so với khi mới lên nắm quyền ở Nhà Trắng.
Ông Kim Jong Un sắm xe mới?
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Năm 2000, ông Trump từng tuyên bố trên tạp chí Fortune: "Nhiều khả năng tôi sẽ trở thành ứng viên tổng thống đầu tiên có thể quản lý và kiếm tiền từ công việc đó".
Vì sao ông Trump 'nghèo' đi sau khi đắc cử tổng thống?
Tổng thống Mỹ Donald Trump. Ảnh: The Nation
Giới quan sát cho rằng, kể từ khi bước chân vào Nhà Trắng tháng 1/2017, ông Trump đã cố gắng hiện thực hóa tuyên bố trên thông qua hàng loạt động thái nhằm tận dụng vai trò tổng thống để làm lợi cho các dự án thương mại riêng, từ các chuyến thăm và tổ chức hội nghị thượng đỉnh tại các sân golf của ông ở Mar-a-Lago, cho tới kinh doanh nhượng quyền khách sạn nhắm vào các cử tri ủng hộ mình.
Tuy nhiên, chiến lược của ông Trump dường như đang thất bại. Theo tính toán của tạp chí Forbes, tổng trị giá tài sản của ông đã giảm từ 4,5 tỉ USD năm 2015 (thời điểm ông bắt đầu chiến dịch chạy đua vào Nhà Trắng và xếp thứ 121 trong danh sách Forbes 400) xuống còn 3,1 tỉ USD trong 2 năm vừa qua, khiến ông tụt tới 138 bậc trong bảng xếp hạng của Forbes.

Đáng chú ý, thời điểm ông Trump bị sụt hạng nhanh nhất là năm đầu tiên ông làm tổng thống Mỹ, với cú tuột dốc từ bậc 156 xuống bậc 248. Thống kê cho thấy, tổng trị giá tài sản của Tổng thống Mỹ trong 12 tháng qua gần như không biến động, trong khi các tỉ phú khác ngày càng giàu hơn và thăng hạng. Ông Trump hiện chỉ xếp ở vị trí 259 trong danh sách Forbes 400 mới công bố.
Theo tạp chí Forbes, việc ông Trump "nghèo" đi sau khi đắc cử Tổng thống Mỹ do 3 nguyên nhân. Trước kết, việc suy giảm tổng trị giá tài sản của ông một phần vì các báo cáo thống kê chuyên sâu hé lộ tổng thống đã nói không chính xác về kích thước căn hộ penthouse của mình.
Thứ hai, sự bùng nổ của thương mại điện tử đã dẫn đến việc ông phải giảm giá cho thuê các bất động sản và mất hơn 100 triệu USD vì việc đó. Nguyên nhân thứ ba là những tranh cãi chính trị xung quanh tổng thống đã khiến thương hiệu Trump giảm sức hút với công chúng.
Ông chủ Nhà Trắng được tin đang sở hữu khoảng 500 bất động sản các loại, từ biệt thự, trung tâm thương mại đến các căn chung cư cao cấp. Tuy nhiên, so với năm 2015, doanh thu từ chúng đã giảm đáng kể.
Ví dụ, giá căn hộ trong tòa Tháp Trump ở Manhattan, New York hiện chỉ bằng 2/3 mức cao điểm trước đây. Giá các căn thuộc hai cao ốc hạng sang Trump Parc East và Trump Park Avenue ở cùng thành phố cũng lần lượt giảm 23% và 19% so với cách đây 3 năm. Tại Chicago, trị giá chung cư của ông Trump cũng sụt giảm, trái ngược xu hướng thị trường chung ở đó.
Ngoài ra, ba đối tác khách sạn tại Toronto, Panama và New York gần đây còn lần lượt gỡ tên ông Trump khỏi tòa nhà của họ, khiến đế chế kinh doanh khách sạn của ông Trump mất đi khoảng 30 triệu USD.
Nhiều đối tác từng thuê bất động sản thuộc sở hữu của ông Trump cũng "bỏ của chạy lấy người". Điển hình là thương hiệu Nike, đối tác thuê mặt bằng lớn nhất của tổ chức Trump, đã bỏ tổ hợp 5 tầng tại Tháp Trump để chuyển đến địa điểm khác thích hợp hơn. Dù Nike quả quyết động thái không liên quan đến chính trị, nhưng hai nhân viên của hãng từng tiết lộ, các chính sách điều hành đất nước gây tranh cãi của ông Trump góp phần dẫn đến điều đó.
Kể từ khi đảm trách vai trò cố vấn cấp cao cho cha, con gái của Tổng thống Trump -  Ivanka Trump cũng ngưng việc kinh doanh các nhãn hiệu thời trang mang tên cô. 
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Khi đương đầu với một loạt thách thức lớn về chính sách đối ngoại trong thời gian tới, Tổng thống Trump sẽ phải chọn một loạt tướng lĩnh mới lãnh đạo quân đội Mỹ.
Lý do ông Trump bị vợ tịch thu điện thoại

Lý do ông Trump bị vợ tịch thu điện thoại

Đệ nhất phu nhân Mỹ Melania Trump tiết lộ, thỉnh thoảng bà cũng tịch thu điện thoại của chồng để ngăn ông Trump vào Twitter.
Khoảnh khắc 'đỏ mặt' của ông Trump

Khoảnh khắc 'đỏ mặt' của ông Trump

Một khoảnh khắc hớ hênh của Tổng thống Mỹ Donald Trump đã lọt vào ống kính máy quay và khiến ông trở thành chủ đề đàm tiếu của dư luận.
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Giải Nobel Hòa bình 2018 đã thuộc về Denis Mukwege và Nadia Murad vì những cống hiến của họ trong việc chấm dứt sử dụng bạo lực tình dục như một vũ khí chiến tranh.
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Trong bảng xếp hạng 400 người Mỹ giàu nhất vừa công bố, Tổng thống Trump bị tụt bậc nghiêm trọng, trong khi tỉ phú Bill Gates mất "ngôi vương" về tay ông chủ Amazon.
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Tại cuộc họp của Hội đồng Bảo an Liên Hợp Quốc, Tổng thống Trump công khai cáo buộc Trung Quốc đang tìm cách can thiệp các cuộc bầu cử giữa kỳ của Mỹ.

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PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Timothy Thomas isn’t budging from his home on Ocean View Drive, even though it’s directly in the path of Hurricane Michael. Thomas, a 50-year-old air conditioning repairman, plans to defy an evacuation order and ride out the monster storm in an apartment that’s just a few hundred yards from ...

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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (AP) — The Latest on Hurricane Michael (all times local): 2:10 a.m. The National Hurricane Center says Michael has become an extremely dangerous Category 4 storm. At 2:00 a.m. Wednesday, the eye of Michael was about 180 miles (289 kilometers) south-southwest of Panama City, Florida. It also was about 170 miles (273 kilometers) ...

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La imposición de aranceles y otras medidas no arancelarias para la carne de Nicaragua, en Panamá, tiene preocupados a los ganaderos e industriales nicaragüenses, afirmó este martes la Cámara Nicaragüense de Plantas Exportadoras de Carne Bovina  (Canicarne).

Ese impuesto a la carne nica, del 30%, fue oficializado en La Gaceta de Panamá.

En el tratado bilateral que existe entre Nicaragua y Panamá, “estamos en el año noveno con una cuota de 2,340 toneladas. Archivo\END

Onel Pérez, el director ejecutivo de Canicarne, dijo que esa medida va contra el Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Nicaragua y Panamá, que establece una cuota de exportación, libre de aranceles, de 2,340 toneladas anuales de carne nicaragüense.

Pérez señaló que esas trabas de Panamá ponen en aprietos al sector cárnico nicaragüense, porque con ese impuesto los mataderos no podrán exportar a ese país.

El presidente de la Comisión Nacional de Ganaderos de Nicaragua (Conagan), René Blandón, afirmó que la medida panameña representa otro golpe para el sector ganadero, tras el cierre del mercado venezolano y el bloqueo de Honduras a la carne.

Reclamos

“Nosotros hemos pedido al Mific que intervenga porque nosotros, como empresa privada, no hemos podido hacer nada, solo dar nuestras sugerencias y a través de ellas tomar medidas reciprocas con Panamá”, comentó Pérez.

Blandón recordó que Honduras tiene más de 10 años de tener bloqueada la carne nicaragüense, “pero se va el ganado en pie a ese país sin ningún problema”.

“Las medidas deben ser recíprocas, debería de cancelarse la exportación de ganado en pie para Honduras”, sugirió Blandón.

El problema del bloqueo de la carne nicaragüense en Panamá fue planteado en una carta a los ganaderos panameños, que son parte de la Federación de Carne Centroamericana, en la que Blandón es secretario, pero la contestación fue que en ese punto difícilmente iban a obtener una respuesta positiva.

Incumple acuerdos

Según Canicarne, el 51% del total de las exportaciones a Panamá corresponde a carne de bovino y despojos de bovino, y la medida afectará el intercambio comercial entre ambos países.

“El año pasado (2017), Panamá le exportó a Nicaragua 61 millones de dólares y Nicaragua le exportó 36 millones. Es decir, hay una relación de intercambio comercial de dos a uno a favor de Panamá. Entonces, las medidas que ha tomado Panamá desconocen los tratados que han firmado con Nicaragua”, señaló Pérez.

El problema del bloqueo de la carne nicaragüense en Panamá fue planteado en una carta a los ganaderos panameños. Archivo\END

Insistió en que la vía a tomar es que el Ministerio de Fomento, Industria y Comercio (Mific), de Nicaragua, solicite una explicación a Panamá y si ese mecanismo no da resultados, Panamá debería ser llamado a una resolución de controversia.

En el tratado bilateral que existe entre Nicaragua y Panamá, “estamos en el año noveno con una cuota de 2,340 toneladas que no paga impuesto; el próximo año, que es el décimo año, la carne bovina debería de entrar libre de aranceles y sin limitación de volúmenes, pero con estas medidas se está violentando ese acuerdo”, resaltó el representante gremial.


          Kasus Jurnalis Jamal Khashoggi, CCTV Dicuri dari Konsulat Arab Saudi di Turki?      Cache   Translate Page      

Liputan6.com, Ankara - Rekaman kamera pengawas yang dipasang di Kedutaan Besar Arab Saudi di Turki dilaporkan hilang, saat jurnalis Jamal Khashoggi mengunjungi gedung tersebut sebelum akhirnya dilaporkan tewas dibunuh.

Selain itu, seluruh karyawan yang bekerja di konsulat juga diminta untuk berhenti bekerja dan pulang lebih awal, kata pihak berwenang Turki.

Seminggu setelah Khashoggi "lenyap" di Istanbul, rincian penyelidikan atas menghilangnya wartawan tersebut terus mengarah ke Riyadh, yang diduga memerintahkan untuk menangkapnya.

Penyidik ​​percaya bahwa sebelum laporan tentang hilangnya Khashoggi beredar, ia diyakini berada di rumah konsul jenderal (konjen) selama beberapa jam, yang letaknya berdekatan dengan Konsulat Arab Saudi di Istanbul.

Setelah itu, sebuah iring-iringan yang terdiri atas enam mobil, keluar dari kediaman konjen menuju bandara, dan salah satunya diduga membawa Khashoggi atau jenazahnya.

Rincian pesawat yang digunakan untuk menerbangkan 15 pejabat Arab Saudi dari Riyadh ke Istanbul juga telah dikonfirmasi.

Dua jet mewah yang kerap disewa oleh pemerintah Arab Saudi dari perusahaan tertentu, tiba di Istanbul pada 2 Oktober dan terbang secara terpisah pada malam yang sama.

Satu jet, dengan nomor penerbangan HZ-SK1, berangkat ke Kairo. Sedangkan yang kedua, dengan nomor penerbangan HZ-SK2, menuju ke Dubai. Namun catatan pelacakan penerbangan menunjukkan, kedua jet itu kemudian melanjutkan perjalanan ke Riyadh.

Para penyelidik Turki berasumsi kuat bahwa rekaman CCTV yang berisi bukti-bukti terkait Jamal Khashoggi dibawa serta oleh para pejabat yang terbang menggunakan dua burung besi tersebut.

Sementara itu, tim kepolisian dari Turki diperbolehkan memasuki gedung konsulat pada Selasa, 9 Oktober, setelah diberi akses oleh para pejabat Arab Saudi.

Demikian halnya dengan awak media yang hendak meliput tragedi ini. Mereka telah diizinkan masuk ke gedung pada Sabtu, 6 Oktober, dalam upaya untuk menunjukkan bahwa Khashoggi tidak ada di tempat.

"Saya ingin menegaskan bahwa ... Jamal tidak ada di konsulat atau di Kerajaan Arab Saudi, dan konsulat dan kedutaan sedang bekerja untuk mencari dia," kata konsul jenderal Mohammad al-Otaiba.

Menurut artikel yang dimuat The Guardian pada Selasa dan dikutip pada Rabu (10/10/2018), tertulis bahwa meskipun ada kasus genting yang melibatkan Arab Saudi terkait penculikan Jamal Khashoggi, namun ada tanda-tanda bahwa pejabat Turki tidak mau memberatkan kerajaan itu.

Alasannya, kedua negara telah menjalin hubungan dagang yang saling menguntungkan dan sedang berupaya untuk mempertahankan relasi regional yang sebenarnya sedang rumit.

Para elite politik pun dikatakan belum siap berkomentar.

 

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Putra Mahkota Arab Saudi Pangeran Mohammed bin Salman  (AP Photo/Cliff Owen, File)#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000

Penyelidik Turki menduga, seorang jurnalis warga negara Arab Saudi yang merupakan kontributor harian The Washington Post dan kritikus terhadap Negeri Petrodollar, diduga kuat telah dibunuh dalam sebuah pembunuhan berencana di konsulat Saudi di Istanbul.

"Dugaan awal kepolisian Turki adalah bahwa Jamal Khashoggi (59) telah dibunuh di konsulat Arab Saudi di Istanbul. Kami percaya bahwa pembunuhan itu direncanakan dan jasadnya kemudian dipindahkan dari konsulat," kata seorang penyelidik Turki yang berbicara dalam kondisi anonimitas, seperti dikutip dari Al Jazeera, Minggu 7 Oktober 2018.

Pejabat konsulat Saudi di Istanbul membantah bahwa Khashoggi telah tewas dalam kantor itu dan mengatakan dalam sebuah pernyataan bahwa tuduhan itu tidak berdasar.

Kejadian hilangnya Khashoggi bermula pada Selasa 2 Oktober 2018 ketika ia memasuki Konsulat Saudi di Istanbul untuk mendapatkan dokumen-dokumen bagi pernikahannya.

Tunangannya, yang bernama Hatice A mengatakan, dirinya menunggu di luar konsulat, tetapi Khashoggi tidak pernah keluar dari gedung itu. Ia lantas melaporkan tentang hilangnya Khashoggi kepada otoritas Turki.

Merespons, pemerintah Turki segera memanggil Duta Besar Arab Saudi untuk Turki yang berkedudukan di ibukota Ankara guna menjelaskan duduk perkara.

Berbagai laporan media menyebutkan bahwa duta besar Saudi bertemu dengan Deputi Menteri Luar Negeri Turki, Rabu 3 Oktober dan Jumat 5 Oktober.

Seusai pertemuan itu, pihak Arab Saudi konsisten dengan pernyataan yang membantah bahwa mereka telah menahan Khashoggi.

Partai berkuasa Turki juga mengatakan akan "mengungkap" rincian seputar hilangnya Khashoggi, menambahkan bahwa sensitivitas negara terhadap masalah itu berada di "tingkat tertinggi".

"Kondisi wartawan yang hilang, rincian tentang dia dan siapa yang bertanggung jawab atas hal ini akan terungkap," juru bicara Partai AK, Omer Celik mengatakan kepada wartawan pada pertemuan puncak partai yang diketuai oleh Presiden Turki Recep Tayyip Erdogan itu.

Sedangkan, Putra Mahkota Arab Saudi, Mohammed bin Salman (MBS) mengatakan pada Jumat 5 Oktober bahwa pemerintah Saudi akan mengizinkan Turki untuk menggeledah konsulatnya di Istanbul demi mencari petunjuk tentang keberadaan Khashoggi.

"Kami akan mengizinkan mereka untuk masuk dan mencari dan melakukan apa pun yang ingin mereka lakukan ... Kami tidak menyembunyikan apa pun," kata MBS kepada Bloomberg, Jumat 5 Oktober.


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(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — Hurricane Michael has been upgraded to a Category 3 storm as it closes in on the Florida Panhandle. Michael is forecast to make landfall as a “monstrous” Category 3 storm with a dangerous storm surge of up to 12 feet, officials said. “You cannot hide from storm surge,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott warned at a news conference Tuesday. “We can rebuild your house, but we cannot rebuild your life.” “If you have 6 feet of storm surge, you’re out the middle of it, I don’t know how you’re going to survive,” Scott said. “This storm can […]
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Bão Michael đã khuấy động tại Vịnh Mexico vào thứ ba như một cơn bão loại 3, sẵn sàng để phát triển mạnh mẽ hơn và đánh bại Panhandle của Florida.

Michael dự kiến sẽ tăng cường vận tốc gió qua đêm và gần đến sức mạnh loại 4 khi nó tới vào chiều thứ Tư gần khu vực Panhandle hoặc Big Bend, Dịch vụ thời tiết quốc gia cho biết.

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Cơn bão đang đe dọa các đợt thủy triều dâng nguy hiểm đến các khu vực trũng thấp không được trang bị để đối phó.

Các quan chức đã yêu cầu mọi người di tản. Thống đốc Rick Scott gọi Michael là "cơn bão khổng lồ" có thể mang lại "sự tàn phá hoàn toàn".

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Nếu lõi (mắt) của Michael đến bờ biển như một loại 2 hoặc cao hơn, nó sẽ là cơn bão mạnh nhất về tốc độ gió vào tiểu bang throng năm nay.

"Bão Michael được dự báo là cơn bão tàn phá nhất để tấn công Florida Panhandle trong nhiều thập kỷ," Scott nói. "Bạn không thể che giấu cơn bão, vì vậy hãy di tản nếu một lệnh sơ tán được ban hành.”

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Đêm thứ ba, Michael đã duy trì được sức gió tối đa 120 dặm một giờ, với những cơn gió giật lên tới 150 dặm một giờ. Các cơn bão loại 3 có sức gió duy trì từ 111 mph đến 129 dặm một giờ, theo cơ quan của trung tâm bão. Cơn bão đi vào Loại 4 với những cơn gió liên tục mạnh hơn 130 dặm một giờ.

Ảnh hưởng gió của bão nhiệt đới sẽ vào trong khu vực bắt đầu từ thứ Tư đầu tuần, và các lệnh di tản bắt buộc hoặc tự nguyện đã được ban hành tại ít nhất 22 hạt trên đầu bờ biển vùng Vịnh Florida.

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Khoảng 3,7 triệu người đã bị cảnh báo bão ở các khu vực Panhandle và Big Bend, cũng như các vùng đông nam Alabama và nam Georgia.

Cảnh báo bão nhiệt đới bao gồm 8,5 triệu người ở bốn tiểu bang.

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Michael đang di chuyển về phía bắc ở mức 12 mph, khoảng 255 dặm về phía nam của thành phố Panama, Florida và 375 dặm từ Apalachicola, Florida, Trung tâm Bão Quốc gia cho biết trong thong tin buổi tối. Lực gió bão mở rộng ra bên ngoài lên đến 45 dặm từ trung tâm và bão nhiệt đới lực gió là bên ngoài lên đến 175 dặm, trung tâm cho biết.

Các mối đe dọa chính

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Trung tâm của cơn bão và nơi nó đổ bộ với những cơn gió hủy diệt chỉ là một trong những mối quan tâm. Trong số đó:

• Các trận bão lớn đe dọa đến tính mạng có thể làm rung chuyển Bờ Vịnh Florida, với mức độ thủy triều có thể dâng cao từ 9 đến 13 feet giữa Mexico Beach và Keaton Beach. "Điều đó có nghĩa các nước sẽ đến dọc bờ biển và có thể dễ dàng nước dâng trên mái nhà", ông Scott said.

• Mưa lớn và lũ lụt dự kiến không chỉ cho Florida mà còn cho các phần khác của Đông Nam Bộ. Có tới 12 inch mưa có thể rơi xuống Panhandle của Florida và Big Bend, phía đông nam Alabama và phía nam Georgia, trong khi một phần của Carolinas - gần đây bị cơn bão Florence phá hủy - và miền nam Virginia cuối cùng có thể mưa tới 6 inch, trung tâm bão nói .

• Tornadoes có thể xảy ra ở Đông Nam Thứ tư vào thứ năm, dự báo cho biết.

• Những cơn gió tàn phá dự kiến sẽ không chỉ xảy ra ở Florida mà còn ở phía đông nam Alabama và miền nam Georgia.

Chúng ta cần tất cả cư dân phải rời đi hôm nay

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Một cảnh báo bão đã xảy ra từ biên giới Alabama-Florida đến sông Suwannee ở Florida.

Trong khi đó, cảnh báo bão nhiệt đới kéo dài từ sông Chassahowitzka của Florida đến biên giới Mississippi-Alabama. Cảnh báo bão nhiệt đới có hiệu lực ở một số vùng ven biển Mississippi, Florida, Georgia và South Carolina.

Cảnh báo bão tăng cường độ cũng đã được thực hiện dọc theo bờ biển Florida và Alabama.

Những người nằm trong khu vực này nên thực hiện tất cả các hành động cần thiết để bảo vệ cuộc sống và tài sản khỏi nước dâng và tiềm năng cho các điều kiện nguy hiểm khác ”, Trung tâm Bão cho biết.

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Công nhân bọc các cửa sổ của Marco's Pizza ở Panama City Beach, Florida khi cơn bão Michael tiếp cận hôm thứ Ba.

Đại diện Hoa Kỳ Neal Dunn, các quận bao gồm Thành phố Panama, kêu gọi mọi người dưới lệnh sơ tán để thoát ra trước khi gió bão nhiệt đới đến. Ông tập trung vào các hòn đảo ngoài khơi bờ biển có những cây cầu có thể đóng lại khi cơn bão tiếp cận.

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"Bạn đã không có bất cứ nơi nào để đi (nếu cầu đóng)," ông nói sáng thứ Ba. "Và sau đó bạn đang lái nó trong xe của bạn thay vì cái gì khác. Vì vậy, chúng tôi cần các cư dân phải rời khỏi ngày hôm nay bởi vì vào tối nay, những cây cầu sẽ có nguy cơ bị đóng cửa."


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Greek Cycladic Marble Figure of the Spedos Type, Ancient Greece, Cyclades, ca. 2500 to 2400 BCE. 6.5" H (16.5 cm). Estimate $100,000 - $150,000. Image provided by Artemis Gallery.

BOULDER, COLO.- World renowned for their expertly curated ancient and cultural art auctions, Bob and Teresa Dodge of Artemis Gallery will host a Thursday, October 11 sale comprising 417 lots of exceptional antiquities, Asian and ethnographic art. Each item boasts impeccable provenance and is offered with the gallery’s unconditional guarantee that it is authentic and legal to purchase, own, and if desired, resell. 

The highly anticipated auction, which invites absentee, phone and Internet live bidding, is a virtual timeline of the most significant civilizations of the past 4,000 years. As is the case with all of its sales, Artemis Gallery has organized the upcoming auction in a chronological manner, starting with the earliest pieces, from Ancient Egypt, and progressing through the modern era. 

The auction opens with Egyptian marble and pottery vessels, including a huge Pre-dynastic black-top jar, TL tested and estimated at $17,500-$25,000. A visually captivating, larger-than-lifesize Egyptian sarcophagus fragment of carved and painted cedar depicts a male head with bold facial features. Dating to 664-332 BCE, its auction estimate is $6,000-$8,000. Another fascinating relic is a beautifully painted circa-2nd century CE Romano-Egyptian plaster funerary head of a woman with a haunting facial expression. Estimate: $10,000-$15,000.  

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Lot 1A. Huge Black-Top Pottery Jar w/ TL, Ancient Egypt, Predynastic period, late Naqada II to Naqada III, ca. 3200 to 3000 BCE. Size: 8.7" W x 18.875" H (22.1 cm x 47.9 cm); 19.4" H (49.3 cm) on included custom stand. Estimate $17,500 - $25,000Image courtesy Artemis Gallery.

An enormous hand-built marl clay jar with a russet-hued surface made with a thin iron-oxide slip. The burnished vessel has a tapering ovoid form with a petite circular rim and a rounded shoulder leading to a round, everted rim. The upper black-hued portion is comprised of thick carbon deposits formed by administering the top to thick clouds of smoke for extended periods of time in an oxygen-deprived environment. Black-top vessels originally rose in popularity during the early Naqada I, a culture which inhabited ancient Egypt during its predynastic period. The Naqada were first described by famed archaeologist William Flinders Petrie; however, relatively little is known about them except that they were focused around the site of El-Amra in central Egypt, west of the Nile River. Custom metal display stand included.

Note: Predynastic Egyptian black-topped vessels were traditionally made from silt deposits taken from the Nile river due to their abundance in iron and silica. After the pot had dried but before it was fired, it would first be burnished and rubbed smooth with a small stone to create the pinstripe vertical striations still visible today. An iron-rich slip would then be applied just before firing; when placed in an oxygen-rich environment, the elevated temperatures would create the vessels' signature red-orange hue.

After the end of the Naqada III period around 3,000 BCE, the use of Nile silt in pottery creations fell out of favor with the Predynastic Egyptians. This was due to the increase in the popularity of marl clay, a newly-discovered mixture of clay and lime used for creating terracotta objects. Marl vessels like this example were generally easier to form, required higher temperatures when firing which allowed for more controlled kiln environments, and were more receptive to applied decorations than the inferior, highly-porous Nile silt. A few blacktop examples have been found from later Dynastic periods, however they were likely used solely for ritualistic and/or ceremonial purposes.

For a stylistically-similar example from the Naqada II, please see The British Museum, museum number EA58522:

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Burnished black-topped redware jar, circa 3300 BC, Predynastic (Naqada IID), Height: 31.5 cm Width: 17.7 cm (max), EA58522. © The Trustees of the British Museum.

Another stylistically-similar example from the Naqada I hammered for GBP 12,500 ($16,181.22) at Christie's, London, South Kensington Antiquities Auction (sale 7207, October 25, 2012, lot 31).

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An Egyptian black-topped redware jar, Predynastic, Naqada I, circa 4000-3600 B.C.; 12¾ in. (32 cm.) high. Sold for 12,500 GBP at Christie's, London, October 25, 2012, lot 31. Courtesy Christie's.

This piece has been tested using thermoluminescence (TL) analysis and has been found to be ancient and of the period stated. A full report will accompany purchase.

Provenance: private East Coast, USA collection; ex-Norman Blankman collection, New York, USA, acquired 1959.

Lot 6B. Egyptian Wooden Sarcophagus Head Fragment, Ancient Egypt, Late Period, ca. 664 to 332 BCE. Size: 15.25" W x 13.5" H (38.7 cm x 34.3 cm); 16.125" H (41 cm) on included custom stand. Estimate $6,000 - $8,000. Image courtesy Artemis Gallery.

This mask and others like it were traditionally carved from cedar. Interestingly, cedar wood was not native to Egypt. Egypt did not have verdant forests filled with tall trees, and unfortunately most of its native lumber was of relatively poor quality. Thus, they relied on importing to acquire hardwoods - ebony imported from Africa, cedar and pine from Lebanon. One fabulous obelisk inscription by Thutmose III attests to the luxury of treasured hardwoods. It reads as follows, "They brought to me the choicest products . . . consisting of cedar, juniper and of meru wood . . . all the good sweet woods of God's Land." The rarity of cedar meant that masks like this one were reserved for those who could afford them.

Provenance: private East Coast, USA collection; ex-private Pennsylvania, USA collection, acquired 35 years ago.

Lot 7A. Romano-Egyptian Plaster Head of a Woman, Roman controlled Egypt, ca. 2nd century CE. Size: 9.5" H (24.1 cm); 12" H (30.5 cm) on included custom stand. Estimate $10,000 - $15,000Image courtesy Artemis Gallery.

A hauntingly lifelike sculpted plaster funerary head of a young female presenting a beautiful face with a dimpled chin, her visage comprised of lined and lashed, large eyes, arched brows, an aquiline nose, closed ruby red lips, and smooth cheeks. Her elaborate, centrally parted coiffure features rolled tresses lining her forehead and running around her head to a braided bun at the back. Her skin is painted in peachy flesh tones, and she wears two necklaces (a green as well as a pink and red painted 'beaded' strand), hoop earrings, and a rose red garment. 

Note: Heads like this one reflect the profound change that the Greco-Roman world brought to Egypt. The naturalistic depiction of a person's face as a plaster mask or even full head replaced the stylized art of dynastic Egypt; hieroglyphs and other symbols painted on elaborate sarcophagi fell out of favor, and this head would have been a memorial alongside a simple wooden coffin. These heads were reserved for the elite, who were buried in small chapels, usually mummified and with other members of their family and/or town.

Provenance: private East Coast, USA collection; ex-Arte Primitivo Gallery, New York, New York, USA; ex-private New York, USA collection; ex-Sotheby's, New York "Antiquities and Islamic Art" Auction (sale 5288, February 8, 1985, lot 275)

Unquestionably the star of the Ancient Greek art and antiquities section, a finely carved marble figure of a reclining female dates to circa 2500-2400 BCE and is typical of the sculpture of the Cyclades (island of Naxos). Its distinctive characteristics are known as the Spedos type, and the figure is stylistically similar to an example in The Getty museum. With a line of provenance that includes Jens Rid, an avid German collector of ancient idols, this important figure is expected to make $100,000-$150,000. A stunning 15.125-inch Greek Early Attic amphora, circa 530-520 BCE, displays captivating images of Athena, Ajax, Achilles and Herakles. Estimate: $50,000-$70,000.

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Lot 8A. Greek Cycladic Marble Figure of the Spedos Type, Ancient Greece, Cyclades, ca. 2500 to 2400 BCE. 6.5" H (16.5 cm). Estimate $100,000 - $150,000. Image provided by Artemis Gallery.

Finely carved from marble, a reclining female figure with her arms crossed, typical of the sculpture of the Cyclades in the mid-2000s BCE known as the Spedos variety, this name derived from an Early Cycladic cemetery on the island of Naxos. This canonical type is characterized by an elongated slender body with folded arms, a U-shaped head, and a sharply incised cleft between the legs. The anatomical details are characteristically minimized presenting a ?at, geometric quality. Incisions on the body delineate the arms crossed over the chest, define the abdomen and pubic triangle, and indicate knees. The breasts gently rendered as well. On the face, the protruding nose is pronounced, and it is possible that other details originally may have been delineated with brightly colored pigments. When viewed from the side, the back is straight and continues the line of the neck, while the head is dramatically arched and the knees bent and flexed, another characteristic trait of the Spedos type. 

Note: See a stylistically similar female Late Spedos Type with folded arms in the Getty Museum:

Female Figure of the Late Spedos Type; Attributed to the Steiner Master (Cycladic, active 2500 - 2400 B.C.); Cyclades, Greece; 2500–2400 B.C.; Marble; 59.9 × 12.2 × 4.5 cm (23 9/16 × 4 13/16 × 1 3/4 in.); 88.AA.80; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

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Female Figure of the Late Spedos Type, Attributed to the Steiner Master (Cycladic, active 2500 - 2400 B.C.), Cycladic, Cyclades, Greece, 2500–2400 B.C. Marble, 59.9 × 12.2 × 4.5 cm, 88.AA.80 © J. Paul Getty Trust

Provenance: private East Coast, USA collection; ex-collection of Mr. Jens Rid of Germany who has owned the idol since the 1980s, and is an avid collector of ancient idols.

Lot 12. Greek Attic Amphora - Athena, Ajax, Achilles, Herakles, Ancient Greece, Athens, Early Attic, ca. 530 to 520 BCE. Size: 9.75" in diameter at widest point x 15.125" H (24.8 cm x 38.4 cm). Estimate $50,000 - $70,000. Image courtesy Artemis Gallery.

A very large and incredibly fine black-figure neck amphora of an exceptionally elegant, classic form - both sides expertly painted with mesmerizing mythological scenes. Side A features Herakles wrestling either the sea-god Triton or Nereus, the latter morphing into the former. The figures are engaged in an action-packed struggle involving major physical contortions - with details incised as well as delineated in red and white pigments. Side B presents an elaborately dressed Athena standing in composite profile as an interceder between a pair of fighting warriors - perhaps Ajax and Achilles - both donning helmets and wielding spears and shields (one shield adorned by an image of a roaring lion, an animal associated with Achilles). Athena is positioned between these leading men of the Greek army holding a spear of her own between them and raising her left hand in a gesture of protest. 

Note: Interestingly, other Attic vases depict Athena between a gaming Achilles and Ajax, but these warriors, in contrast, are fighting. In this context, it is more customary to see a bearded herald as the interceder, as on a neck amphora in the Victoria and Albert Museum, which also has Herakles and Triton on the obverse.

Adding to the piece is the rich decorative program: the register of stylized palmettes adorning the neck; bands of tongue motifs just below; symmetrical floral vines below each tripartite handle; and beneath the pictorial imagery a register of fine-line, stylized laurel buds with looping stems followed by rays emerging from the base below.

Ancient Athenian painters, including the painter of this vessel, took advantage of the large size of Attic vases which gave them more room to explore their techniques, overlap figures, present complex interactions between figures, create depth and attempt renderings of perspective, as well as add other colors such as the red and white pigments on the scene of Herakles vs. the Sea God as well as Athena and the fighting soldiers.

An Attic black-figure neck amphora at the J. Paul Getty Museum features a somewhat similar scene attributed to the Leagros Group (active 525 to 500 BCE), though with the warriors sitting rather than standing. The curatorial staff writes, "This scene was very popular in Athenian vase-painting of the late 500s B.C. and was a favorite of the painters in the Leagros Group. Some scholars believe that this mythological scene also served as a contemporary political parable on the value of staying alert, since the tyrant Peisistratos had been able to take control of the city of Athens while the army was distracted."

Attic Black-Figure Neck Amphora; Attributed to Leagros Group (Greek (Attic), active 525 - 500 B.C.); Athens, Greece, Europe; about 510 B.C.; Terracotta; 30.4 × 45.3 cm (11 15/16 × 17 13/16 in.); 86.AE.81; J. Paul Getty Museum, Los Angeles, California

Attic Black-Figure Neck Amphora. Attributed to Leagros Group (Greek (Attic), active 525 - 500 B.C.), Greek (Attic), Athens, Greece, about 510 B.C. Terracotta, 30.4 × 45.3 cm, 86.AE.81. © J. Paul Getty Trust.

This piece has been tested by Oxford Authentication using thermoluminescence (TL) and has been found to be ancient and of the period stated. A full report will accompany purchase.

Provenance: private Keating collection, Mill Valley, California, USA; ex-George T. Keating collection, acquired early 1950s

Moving on to art of the Roman Empire, the auction includes marbles, jewelry, stone mosaics, and coveted glass objects. One of top highlights in this category, a matched pair of hand-carved marble sarcophagus panels, circa 2nd-3rd century CE, depicts two youthful fishermen in relief. The skillfully executed panels could reach $8,000-$12,000 for the pair. 

Near Eastern treasures include an Anatolian marble Kusura-Beycesultan idol, ex Christies, $5,000-$7,000; a massive Phoenician stone vessel from the 1st millennium BCE, $15,000-$25,000; and a published byzantine marble reliquary with a gabled cover, $12,000-$15,000. 

The Asian art realm is culturally deep and geographically wide, as evidenced by the superb selection chosen for Artemis Gallery’s October 11 sale. A monumental TL-tested Chinese Han Dynasty terracotta horse, circa 206 BCE to 220 CE, is entered with a $150,000-$225,000 estimate, while a gorgeous 3rd to 5th-century Gandharan seated Buddha Shakyamuni, carved of stucco, is entered with a $15,000-$20,000 estimate. There are also several lots of precious antique Indian jewelry and a circa-1850 Indian bronze chari bottle with 24K gold lid, $30,000-$45,000. 

Monumental TL-tested terracotta horse, China, Han Dynasty, ca

Lot 53D. Monumental TL-tested terracotta horse, China, Han Dynasty, ca. 206 BCE to 220 CE. Size: 51" H (129.5 cm); 58" H (147.3 cm) on included custom stand. Estimate $150,000 - $225,000. Image courtesy Artemis Gallery

An incredible Han Dynasty Horse, striding forward with his front right hoof lifted, presenting an expressive visage with wide-open eyes, a pronounced snout with flared nostrils and an open mouth revealing his teeth, raised alert ears, a neatly manicured mane, raised and curled tail, and a finely delineated relief bridle. During the Han dynasty, the ancients placed such model figures in tombs to ensure a safe journey to the afterlife. Note how the sculptor skillfully delineated the muscular body of this noble steed. 

Note: During this period of Chinese history, horses came from the Ferghama Valley in Central Asia - present day Afghanistan. When elite individuals passed away, large "walking" terracotta Ferghama horses displaying an immense degree of attention to detail, like this example, were created to carry the deceased into the hereafter. The horse, second only in importance to the dragon, was believed to possess magical powers. The number of horses owned by an individual ensured his high status in the afterlife.

Funerary sculptures like this piece are part of a class of artifacts called mingqi - sometimes known as "spirit utensils" or "vessels for ghosts". They became popular in the Han Dynasty and would persist for several centuries. Alongside figures like this one were musicians, athletes, animals, structures … Even though they were mass produced, mingqi of the Han Dynasty often show a high level of detail and naturalism. These were designed to assist the po, the part of the soul of the deceased that remained underground with the body while the hun, the other part of the soul, ascended. Caring for the po seems to have taken on a new level of meaning in the Han period, with more elaborate rituals and tomb construction arising.

This piece has been tested using thermoluminescence (TL) twice - by QED Laboratoire and Artemis Testing Lab. According to both tests, the piece has been found to be ancient and of the period stated. A full report will accompany purchase. This piece was tested in 5 separate locations, all confirming the piece is authentic and ancient

Provenance: private collection of the late Karming Wong; approximate date of acquisition: late 1970 to early 1980. Horse was purchased by Karming Wong, who after leaving China during the Cultural Revolution became a private collector. Item was purchased from a dealer in Hong Kong and was transferred to Karming Wong's descendants upon his death in 2012.

Lot 47E. Gorgeous Gandharan Stucco Seated Buddha Shakyamuni, Pakistan and Afghanistan, Gandharan Empire, ca. 3rd to mid 5th century CE. Size: 9" L x 20.75" W x 27.5" H (22.9 cm x 52.7 cm x 69.8 cm); 30" H (76.2 cm) on included custom stand. Estimate $15,000 - $20,000Image courtesy Artemis Gallery.

A fantastic stucco portrayal of a youthful Buddha, known as Shakyamuni Buddha or Siddhartha Gautama, the crown prince of the Shakya Kingdom. He sits with his legs crossed, as if he is beneath a tree, meditating - how he would eventually come to enlightenment. He is seated on a low plinth and his hands rest in his lap in the Dhyana Mudra, used for meditation and deep concentration. His ears are long, emphasizing his wealth - they have been stretched from wearing large earrings. Here he is shown after his enlightenment, as evidenced by his large ushnisha, the rounded projection from the top of his head that symbolizes his newfound knowledge. Remains of a pale red pigment is on his hair, with black details on the eyebrows and eyelids. Mahayana Buddhism was very important in this region. Parthian, Greek, Roman, and Bactrian influences combined to create naturalistic human figures like this one. 

Note: Gandharans are famous for schist and stucco carvings, with stucco replacing schist as the dominant material around the 3rd century CE. Vast monastic institutions like those at Takht-i-Bahi, Sahri-Bahlol, Jamal Garhi, Ranigat, and Thareli were decorated by skilled artisans with stucco representations of important figures, religious scenes, and artistic dedications. Stucco allowed artists more freedom in portraying lifelike features, as shown in the gentle curve of the brow here. During this time, Gandhara was exceptionally wealthy, profiting from trade along the Silk Road; patrons had resources to spend on the arts, creating a flowering of stucco artwork.

Provenance: private East Coast, USA collection.

The Pre-Columbian art category features a rare and fine 12-inch Tonosi (Panama, circa 600-800 CE bi-chrome double-tiered olla. This massive vessel is painted with the image of an enormous tarantula on each side and exhibits a form known as the “Metropolitan Vessel,” so named because a similar example is held in the Metropolitan Museum of Art’s distinguished collection. Formerly owned by private collectors in Hawaii and Florida, this remarkable piece is entered in the auction with a $15,000-$20,000 estimate. 

Lot 90. Rare Tonosi Bi-Chrome Double Tiered Vessel w/ Tarantula, Pre-Columbian, Panama, Tonosi, ca. 600 to 800 CE. Size: 12" H (30.5 cm). Estimate $15,000 - $20,000. Image courtesy Artemis Gallery

A sizeable bi-chrome pottery vessel, its massive form comprised of a double-tiered olla and beautifully painted with an enormous tarantula spider on each side - head, thorax, and outspread legs covering the entire surface! This very large double-tiered, round-bottomed, globular polychrome pottery vessel is a form dubbed the "Metropolitan Vessel" because the Metropolitan Museum of Art has a similar vessel - only with a different iconographic program. The bold depiction of each arachnid is quite expressive with a wide-eyed visage, outspread legs with ridged edges that connote kinetic energy and magical dynamism! Though it was created more than 1000 years ago, the imagery conjures depictions of spiders in modern art such as Louise Bourgeois' striking, nearly 9 meters tall sculpture entitled "Maman" which graces the exterior of the Guggenheim Museum in Bilbao, Spain. 

See the Metropolitan Museum of Art's double-tiered Tonosi jar

Double-tiered jar, 3rd–4th century, Panama, Tonosi, Ceramic. H. 8 x W. 8 1/2 in. (20.3 x 21.6 cm). Purchase, Arthur M. Bullowa Bequest, 2007; 2007.297. © 2000–2018 The Metropolitan Museum of Art.

For additional examples of tri-color, double-tiered vessels see Armande Labbe's, "Guardians of the Stream: Shamans, Art and Power in Prehispanic Central Panama" (The Bowers Museum of Cultural Art; University of Washington Press, 1995, p. 127).

Provenance: private Hawaii, USA collection; ex-J. Berryman collection, Florida, USA 

Other categories and selected highlights include Viking arms and jewelry; fine art, a fantastic array of fossils, an 18th-century Hebrew Torah scroll from Morocco, a 19th-century Italian giltwood and glass reliquary cabinet, and a framed 19th-century Mexican ex voto on canvas, ex Sotheby’s. 

There are many ways in which to bid in the Thursday, Oct. 11, 2018 auction, including absentee, by phone (please reserve line in advance), or live via the Internet. The sale starts at 10 a.m. Eastern Time and will be conducted simultaneously on three bidding platforms: ArtemisGallery.com, LiveAuctioneers.com, and Invaluable.com. An Artemis Gallery COA will accompany each and every purchase. Artemis Gallery ships worldwide and has its own in-house packing and shipping department to ensure quality control.


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Michael expected to strengthen further overnight and become a Category 4 brute before slamming ashore Wednesday near Panama City Beach
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MIAMI (AP). El huracán Michael ganó fuerza en su avance sobre cálidas aguas tropicales y se teme que pueda convertirse rápidamente en un peligroso huracán de categoría 3 antes de tocar tierra en la costa noreste del Golfo de Florida, donde los residentes están cubriendo sus casas con tablones y buscando rutas de evacuación lejos de la peligrosa tormenta que avanza hacia ellos.

Un avión cazador de huracanes que rebotó en el ojo de Michael sobre el extremo oeste de Cuba el lunes en la noche, descubrió que sus vientos iban en aumento incluso cuando los meteorólogos advirtieron que la tormenta podría alcanzar el martes en la noche la categoría 3 con vientos de hasta 179 kilómetros por hora (111 millas por hora). Se espera que el meteoro toque tierra el miércoles en la costa noroeste del golfo, donde las autoridades advirtieron de que su llegada podría ser devastadora.

En la madrugada del martes, los vientos máximos sostenidos de Michael aumentaron a unos 144 km/h (90 mph) y avanzaba hacia el norte a 19 km/h (12 mph). El vórtice de la tormenta estaba a unos 627 kilómetros (390 millas) al sur de la ciudad de Apalachicola, en Florida, y a 675 kilómetros (420 millas) al sur de la Ciudad de Panamá, Florida. Los vientos con fuerza huracanada se extendían en un radio de hasta 56 kilómetros (35 millas) desde el ojo y los vientos con fuerza de tormenta tropical alcanzaban los 280 kilómetros (175 millas). Michael dejó intensas lluvias y vientos en el oeste de Cuba el lunes.

Los meteorólogos advirtieron que Michael podría dejar hasta 30 centímetros de lluvia (un pie) en el oeste de la isla, y podría provocar inundaciones repentinas y deslaves en zonas de montaña.

Las agencias mitigación de desastres de El Salvador, Honduras y Nicaragua reportaron 13 decesos por la caída de tejados y por las corrientes de ríos crecidos que arrastraron a algunos.

Seis personas fallecieron en Honduras, cuatro en Nicaragua y tres en El Salvador. Las autoridades buscan a un niño arrastrado por un río en Guatemala. La mayoría de las precipitaciones se atribuyeron a un sistema de bajas presiones en la costa del Pacífico de El Salvador. La presencia del huracán Michael en el Caribe podría haber contribuido.


          Hurricane Michael upgraded to category 3, closing in on Florida with 120 mph winds      Cache   Translate Page      
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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)



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          #10 Antonio Banderas, Meryl Streep y Gary Oldman protagonizan la película de Netflix sobre los Papeles de Panamá      Cache   Translate Page      

#3 Igual hay un egipcio o árabe. Es el nuevo Anthony Quinn

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          #9 Antonio Banderas, Meryl Streep y Gary Oldman protagonizan la película de Netflix sobre los Papeles de Panamá      Cache   Translate Page      

#7 estás de coña? ya sabes que no pillo ironías y menos de buena mañana.

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          #8 Antonio Banderas, Meryl Streep y Gary Oldman protagonizan la película de Netflix sobre los Papeles de Panamá      Cache   Translate Page      

#2 y sin maquillaje

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#5 No jodas. Yo estaba convencido que había nacido en Tijuana

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#4 ay que vijilar esa hortografia. No abrás estudiado en una esqüela catalana no?

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#3 Es español.

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Si ponen a Casado de havogado, triunfan.

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¿Antonio Banderas? ¿Es que hay algún mejicano en la trama?

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Onda provides broadband internet, pay-TV, fixed telephony, and B2B telecom services, with its customer base exceeding 500,000.

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Aznar hará de Soria.

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La dirigirá Almodóvar.

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          Hurricane Michael, An 'Extremely Dangerous' Category 4 Storm, Heads Toward Florida       Cache   Translate Page      

Hurricane Michael has been upgraded to an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm, the National Hurricane Center says.

As of 2:00 a.m. ET, the storm is 180 miles southwest of Panama City, Fla., moving north at 12 mph. The storm has maximum sustained winds of 130 mph. Additional strengthening is possible today before makes landfall in Florida.

The storm's will move across the northeastern Gulf of Mexico this morning, the NHC says. The agency predicts the center will move inland over the Florida Panhandle or Florida Big Bend area later today, before moving northeastward across the southeastern U.S. tonight and Thursday and moving off the Mid-Atlantic coast away from the U.S. on Friday.

The hurricane is forecast to be the most destructive storm to hit the Panhandle in decades, with anticipated life-threatening flash floods and high surges of ocean water throughout coastal areas along the Gulf, from Pensacola around the coast to Tampa.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said on Tuesday the storm could bring "total devastation to parts of our state." At a press conference, he urged families to evacuate, reminding them of Hurricane Irma — last year's storm that is linked to 80 deaths in Florida.

Tuesday evening, Scott took to Twitter to encourage residents to move inland. "THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE to evacuate before conditions start deteriorating within the next few hours," he wrote.

Residents of the Panhandle and Big Bend face enormous predicted storm surges, the likes of which could destroy homes, according to the National Weather Service. The NHC predicts these coastal regions can expect 9 to 13 feet of storm surge, as the Michael's winds force a wall of water onto the low-lying shore.

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PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) - Timothy Thomas isn't budging from his home on Ocean View Drive, even though it's directly in the path of Hurricane...
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The history of the Panama Canal is interesting and full of blood and sweat. Did you know an estimated 22,000 workers died during the construction of the canal?


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MICHAEL: Hurricane Michael is now a major hurricane and will make landfall later today, likely near Panama City Beach. Michael will bring catastrophic storm surge, extremely high winds, and flooding to the Florida panhandle. TODAY: A cold front pushes through our area from the west. Because we are on the periphery of the hurricane, there is general […]

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El servicio streaming ya anunció en 2016 que había conseguido los derechos del ilbro "Panama Papers: Breaking the Story of How the World's Rich and Powerful Hide Their Money" de los periodistas alemanes Frederik Obermaier y Bastian Obermayer para un primer título. Pero el pasado mayo de 2018, confirmó que Scott Z. Burns ("Efectos secundarios") estaba adaptando la obra de Jake Bernstein "Secrecy World: Inside the Panama Papers Investigation of Illicit Money Networks and the Global Elite".

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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Astrolirus panamensis (Ludwig, 1905)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Luidia superba A.H. Clark, 1917      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Luidia columbia (Gray, 1840)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Pharia pyramidata (Gray, 1840)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Nidorellia armata (Gray, 1840)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Zoroaster magnificus Ludwig, 1905      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Pisaster ochraceus (Brandt, 1835)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Luidia alternata (Say, 1825)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Asterina folium (Lütken, 1860)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Persephonaster patagiatus (Sladen, 1889)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Hurricane Michael Panama City Path, Damage, Arrival Time      Cache   Translate Page      
ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Michael Panama City projected path has been released to news tonight. Hurricane Michael hits Panama City with winds starting Wednesday. Moreover, Hurricane Michael will hit Panama City as its strongest hurricane in US history. That record will be set whether Michael hits as Category 3 or Category 4. A […]
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ST LOUIS (LALATE) – A Hurricane Michael Projected Path Florida Update has been issued by the National Hurricane Center. Michael is now about 360 miles from Panama City and is carrying 110 mph winds. A Hurricane Michael Projected Path Florida Update reveals the system is approaching Florida. A Storm Surge Warning is in effect for […]
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PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Timothy Thomas isn't budging from his home on Ocean View Drive, even though it's directly in the path of Hurricane Michael.Thomas, a 50-year-old air conditioning repairman, plans to defy an evacuation order and
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TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Michael strengthens into a Category 3 hurricane with winds of 120 mph as it heads toward the Florida Panhandle. The storm is bringing a potential storm surge of 12 feet, giving tens of thousands of people precious little time to get out or board up. Drawing energy from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico with every passing hour, the storm was expected to blow ashore around midday Wednesday near Panama City Beach, along a lightly […]
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Michael on Tuesday grew into a Category 3 major hurricane, packing 120 mph winds as it headed north in the Gulf of Mexico. Forecasters predicted it could make landfall Wednesday near Panama City as a dangerous Category 4 storm.The hurricane, which is expected to cause extreme storm surges, prompted Levy County Emergency Management officials to order Levy County residents living on the coast to evacuate."Some further strengthening is expected overnight and on Wednesday, [...]
          Hurricane Michael Barrels Toward Florida Panhandle; Please Pray      Cache   Translate Page      
As Hurricane Michael—a dangerous Category 3 storm—approaches the Gulf Coast and the Florida Panhandle with sustained winds of 120 miles per hour, please be praying that God will spare human life and minimize the potential damage to property. Florida Governor Rick Scott has declared a state of emergency for 35 counties. When it comes ashore, the powerful hurricane could unleash catastrophic storm surge, destructive winds, and flooding rainfall. Samaritan’s Purse staff are keeping a close eye on Michael and its path, and are monitoring how we might be able to help those in need once it passes. It’s expected to make landfall today around Panama City, Florida, then move rapidly to the northeast, through parts of Alabama, Georgia, South and North Carolina, and Virginia. It could be the strongest hurricane to strike along the Panhandle Gulf Coast in 13 years. The fear is that it will affect parts of the Carolinas still recovering from Hurricane Florence.
      

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CLH Panamá ha llegado a un acuerdo con el Inadeh (Instituto Nacional de Formación Profesional y Capacitación para el Desarrollo Humano) para colaborar y proporcionar formación específica a todos los empleados de la compañía.
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Mellita kanakoffi Durham, 1961      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Mellita longifissa Michelin, 1858      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Brisaster latifrons (A. Agassiz, 1898)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Araeosoma leptaleum A. Agassiz & H.L. Clark, 1909      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Meoma ventricosa ventricosa (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Meoma ventricosa ventricosa (Lamarck, 1816)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Leodia sexiesperforata (Leske, 1778)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Aporocidaris milleri (A. Agassiz, 1898)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          David Schwimmer joins cast of Steven Soderbergh's Panama Papers drama, The Laundromat      Cache   Translate Page      
David Schwimmer also appears on NBC's sitcom Will & Grace as a new love interest for Debra Messing's character. Reported by Firstpost 12 minutes ago.
          Tourists abandon Florida Panhandle beaches as Hurricane Michael nears      Cache   Translate Page      

Tourists abandon Florida Panhandle beaches as Hurricane Michael nearsThe boardwalk in the resort town of Destin was nearly deserted on Tuesday, the shops and adjoining restaurants closed less than 24 hours before Hurricane Michael was set to slam into this stretch of Florida's Gulf Coast famous for its white beaches. Michael will make landfall on Wednesday, likely a little further down the coast around Panama City Beach, a family-friendly resort town edged by white-sand beaches and dotted with hotel towers, mini-golf courses and oyster restaurants. "The town is quieter than I have ever seen it," Dan Rowe, president of the town's marketing organization, Visit Panama City Beach, said in a telephone interview.



          Tourists abandon Florida Panhandle beaches as Hurricane Michael nears      Cache   Translate Page      

Tourists abandon Florida Panhandle beaches as Hurricane Michael nearsThe boardwalk in the resort town of Destin was nearly deserted on Tuesday, the shops and adjoining restaurants closed less than 24 hours before Hurricane Michael was set to slam into this stretch of Florida's Gulf Coast famous for its white beaches. Michael will make landfall on Wednesday, likely a little further down the coast around Panama City Beach, a family-friendly resort town edged by white-sand beaches and dotted with hotel towers, mini-golf courses and oyster restaurants. "The town is quieter than I have ever seen it," Dan Rowe, president of the town's marketing organization, Visit Panama City Beach, said in a telephone interview.



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Mountain Town News: Vail Resorts heads to Panama
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It's a country of 6 million people with relative affluence because of the goods moving through the Panama Canal. The currency, the balboa, links to the U.S. dollar, and many Panamanian students have attended U.S. colleges, getting acquainted with ...


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Netflix Commits To Panama Papers Drama 'The Laundromat:' David Schwimmer Joins Soderbergh, Oldman, Streep ...
Deadline
EXCLUSIVE: Netflix has committed to finance and release The Laundromat, the Steven Soderbergh-directed drama about the Panama Papers scandal. David Schwimmer has just joined a killer cast that is led by Oscar-winning Darkest Hour star Gary Oldman, ...
David Schwimmer joins Panama Papers dramaManchestertimes

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          Trade between Panama, Cuba Grows - Prensa Latina      Cache   Translate Page      

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Trade between Panama, Cuba Grows
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At a recent meeting at the University of Panama, the diplomat said that in later years, the Cuban government has granted 3000 university scholarships to the Central American country, while 2000 Panamanian students graduated in medicine, more than 600 ...


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Millicom makes its mark in Panama
Developing Telecoms (blog)
It also increases Millicom's cable exposure to more than 40% of Latin American service revenue and, the company says, significantly enhances its B2B capabilities as Panama enjoys an increasingly important role as a business hub for the region.

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ACAMS Leads Panama AML Training Sessions
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PANAMA CITY, Panama--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Oct 8, 2018--The Association of Certified Anti-Money Laundering Specialists (ACAMS), the largest anti-money laundering (AML) and financial crime prevention organization for financial crime prevention ...
ACAMS Leads Panama AML Training Sessions | NEWSTAGENEWSTAGE

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ACAMS Leads Panama AML Training Sessions | Business Wire
Business Wire (press release)
ACAMS leads Panama AML training sessions: First-ever joint effort by Panama and US Department of State to provide customized AML training.

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Millicom Accelerates Cable Expansion with Acquisition of Cable ...
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Cable Onda increases Millicom's cable exposure to more than 40% of Latam service revenue and significantly enhances Millicom's B2B capabilities.
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          Carli Lloyd hat-trick leads USWNT over Panama - ProSoccerTalk (blog)      Cache   Translate Page      

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Carli Lloyd hat-trick leads USWNT over Panama
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The U.S. women's national team obliterated Panama 5-0 thanks to a hat-trick from Carli Lloyd. Lloyd scored early and often, but it was Sam Mewis who got things started just five minutes in as she headed in a corner from Christen Press. Mewis snuck ...
Carli Lloyd hat trick highlights US WNT 5-0 blowout win over PanamaSoccerwire.com

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Carli Lloyd's hat trick leads USWNT past Panama in World Cup qualifier
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CARY, N.C. -- Carli Lloyd scored three goals and the United States beat Panama 5-0 on Sunday in the group stage of the CONCACAF World Cup qualifying tournament. Christen Press added a goal and two assists for the U.S., which led 4-0 at halftime.
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          Panama women start road to World Cup with 3-0 win against Trinidad & Tobago - Pro Soccer USA      Cache   Translate Page      

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Panama women start road to World Cup with 3-0 win against Trinidad & Tobago
Pro Soccer USA
CARY, N.C. — In the thick North Carolina air, a young Panama national team dominated Trinidad & Tobago in a 3-0 victory Thursday at Sahlen Stadium in the first game of the 2018 CONCACAF Women's Championship. During the matinee performance of ...
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Blakea echinata (Melastomataceae: Blakeeae): a new species from the Caribbean rainforest of Panama

   
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Blakea echinata from the lowland Caribbean rainforest of Panama is described, illustrated, mapped, and compared with superficially similar species. It is readily distinguished by its elongate internodes; indumentum of spreading smooth (sometimes gland-tipped) trichomes on distal branchlets, leaves, floral bracts, and calyx lobes intermixed with laterally compressed and somewhat roughened conic to clavate or ± triangular trichomes on distal branchlets, floral peduncles, and abaxial surfaces of floral bracts; rhombic reflexed basally clawed petals; yellow-orange unappendaged anthers; and ovary apex that is elaborated into a distally glandular-laciniate collar 5–6 mm long that envelops the style base. A conservation assessment of Critically Endangered is recommended for this species based on IUCN Red List Categories and Criteria.


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Whistleblowing proposals by MEP Francis Zammit Dimech have been adopted by the European Parliament’s Media Committee. The proposals include the right of appeal, the protection of intermediaries and public disclosure. The adopted report states that member states must be able to ensure that persons requiring protection as whistleblowers would be entitled to the right of appeal before the Courts and that under no circumstances could the authority tasked to grant such status or protection have an actual or potential conflict of interest with regard to whether or not to grant such status or protection.  “Several member states have failed to protect their own citizens who report breaches of law. This is why today’s adoption of a proposal to introduce and strengthen whistleblower protection across the EU is an important step for democracy and rule of law. “It is also a clear message that we stand with investigative journalists including Daphne Caruana Galizia, Jan Kuciak and Viktoria Marinova; we owe this to them too,” Dr Zammit Dimech said. Dr Zammit Dimech, who was the EPP group rapporteur, said that if it were not for whistleblowers, scandals such as Panama Papers and corruption...
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Komód, 4 fiókos, 2 ajtós, színe: sonoma tölgyfa, mérete: /Szé/Ma/Mé/: 133x88x41cm.
PAN - 4919 Panama
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Üveges-polcos vitrin, 2 fiókos, 1 ajtóval, színe: sonoma tölgyfa, mérete: /Szé/Ma/Mé/: 50x200x41cm.
PAN - 4898 Panama
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          Une pétition pour un Aquarius sous pavillon suisse      Cache   Translate Page      
Une pétition munie de 25'000 signatures a été remise au gouvernement suisse pour que l’Aquarius puisse battre pavillon helvétique. Ce navire affrété par des ONG pour repêcher des migrants en Méditerranée s’était vu retirer son pavillon panaméen sous pression du gouvernement italien qui estime que ce bateau favorise l’immigration illégale.
          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Ophiocnida scabriuscula (Lütken, 1859)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Ophiocnida scabriuscula (Lütken, 1859)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Ophioderma cinereum Müller & Troschel, 1842      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Amphiodia occidentalis (Lyman, 1860)      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Ophiactis algicola H.L. Clark, 1933      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Ophiactis algicola H.L. Clark, 1933      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Panamanian part of the North Pacific Ocean for taxon Ophiacantha contigua Lütken & Mortensen, 1899      Cache   Translate Page      
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Trina Jo Stalvey Odum Trina Jo Stalvey Odum, 59, of Panama City Beach, Florida passed peacefully in her home on Wednesday, October 3, 2018. She is...
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I'm on a job in North Carolina. My son-a-law is taking care of business. The storm is moving over the Panama City, Big Bend area. We live in Destin, Ft Walton......we may lose power and get some wind. No big deal.


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EYE OF CATEGORY 4 M!CHAEL...

WINDS TO HIT COAST AT 130 MPH...

BULLSEYE PANAMA CITY, FLORIDA...


          Hurricane Michael is now a major Category 4 storm, and it's still strengthening as it approaches Florida's Gulf Coast      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 hurricane, is heading toward Florida's Gulf Coast, where it's expected to make landfall on Wednesday.
  • As of 2 a.m. ET Wednesday, the storm had sustained winds of 130 mph.
  • Michael is expected to bring heavy rain, life-threatening storm surge, and dangerous winds to the Florida Gulf Coast. Some of those effects are already being felt.
  • The National Hurricane Center has issued hurricane and storm surge warnings for parts of the Florida coast.

Hurricane Michael is now a major Category 4 storm as it churns towards the Florida Panhandle.

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said it could be the most destructive storm to hit the region in decades, and he declared a state of emergency in 35 counties ahead of the hurricane's arrival. Some coastal counties have evacuation orders

As of 2 a.m. ET on Wednesday, the storm had sustained winds of 130 mph with more powerful gusts. Michael threatens to bring a life-threatening storm surge of up to 13 feet to some coastal areas, according to the National Hurricane Center's latest update.

The NHC in its latest report added that the hurricane was "extremely dangerous."

"If you are in the hurricane warning: PREPARE NOW," the National Weather Service said on Twitter. "You are quickly running out of time."

As of Tuesday evening, the hurricane was about 180 miles south of Panama City, Florida, moving north across the Gulf at 12 mph. Tropical storm-force winds from the storm are expected to arrive in Florida tonight, with the storm making landfall tomorrow.

500,000 people were under evacuation orders and advisories, Reuters reported.

Certain residents of Bay County and Gulf County are under mandatory evacuation orders.

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Hurricane warnings are in effect in Florida from the Alabama border to the Suwannee River.

Storm surge warnings are in effect from the Okaloosa/Walton County Line to Anclote River. There are storm surge watches in effect from Anclote River to Anna Maria Island — an area that includes Tampa Bay — and from the Alabama border to the Suwannee River.

Tropical storm warnings are in effect from the Alabama/Florida border to the Mississippi/Alabama border; from Suwanee River to Chassahowitzka, Florida; and from Fernandina Beach, Florida to South Santee River, South Carolina. Tropical storm watches are in effect from Chassahowitzka to Anna Maria Island, Florida (including Tampa Bay); from the Mississippi/Alabama border to the Mouth of the Pearl River; and from South Santee River, South
Carolina to Duck, North Carolina, including Pamlico and Albemarle Sounds.

Michael killed at least 13 people in Central America after the storm's torrential downpours caused flash flooding, according to Reuters.

Heavy rainfall from the storm is expected to bring similar downpours and floods to Western Cuba and then to parts of Florida, Georgia, and South Carolina. 

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Gov. Scott implored those living in northwestern Florida to keep track of the storm and evacuate if necessary. Residents in that region who are not under mandatory evacuation orders have been told to stock up on enough water, food, and medicine to last three days. 

Hurricane Michael"If you don't follow warnings from officials this storm could kill you," Scott said.

Michael's storm surge is likely to be the biggest threat to coastal residents. The coastal area from Indian Pass (which is about an hour south of Panama City, Florida) to Cedar Key (about two hours north of Tampa) is expected to see the highest storm surge, with 8 to 12 feet predicted.

In the Florida Panhandle and Big Bend regions, residents could see 4 to 8 inches of rain, with a few areas getting up to a foot. That could lead to life-threatening flash floods, the NHC warned.

President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency for the entire state of Florida, freeing up federal assistance to supplement state and local disaster responses.

Hurricane Michael Rainfalll

After making landfall, the hurricane is predicted to push inland, bringing heavy wind and rain throughout the southeastern US late in the week.

The region should brace for "major infrastructure damage," specifically to electricity, wastewater treatment systems and transportat networks, Jeff Byard, associate administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), told reporters on a conference call, Reuters reported.

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          Hurricane Michael, An 'Extremely Dangerous' Category 4 Storm, Heads Toward Florida      Cache   Translate Page      
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfjKsfbLitY Updated 5:00 a.m. ET Hurricane Michael has been upgraded to an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm, the National Hurricane Center says. As of 5:00 a.m. ET, the storm is 140 miles southwest of Panama City, Fla., moving north at 13 mph with maximum sustained winds of 140 mph — increases from the NHC's last update four hours before. Additional strengthening is possible before makes landfall in Florida today. The storm's will move across the northeastern Gulf of Mexico this morning, the NHC says. The agency predicts the center will move inland over the Florida Panhandle or Florida Big Bend area later today, before moving northeastward across the southeastern U.S. tonight and Thursday and moving off the Mid-Atlantic coast away from the U.S. on Friday. The hurricane is forecast to be the most destructive storm to hit the Panhandle in decades, with anticipated life-threatening flash floods and high surges of ocean water throughout coastal areas
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Panama City, Florida boarded up buildings and not a soul is seen on the streets , right before sunset Tuesday night. Florida, Georgia, and Alabama have issued States of Emergencies; and that covers ninety-two counties in Georgia and all of Alabama. Hurricane Michael is threatening a huge 300-mile chunk of coastline from Florida to Alabama. Michael could bring storm surges...
          Hurricane Michael strengthens, Florida braces for worst in decades      Cache   Translate Page      

PANAMA CITY (Web Desk) Hurricane Michael intensified Tuesday as it barreled toward the Florida coast, becoming a major Category 3 storm capable of “devastating damage” which the state’s governor warned could be the worst in decades.Michael packed winds of 120 miles per hour (195 kilometers per hour) as it aimed for the Florida Panhandle, the …

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          ROUNDUP: Schwerer Hurrikan unmittelbar vor Floridas Küste      Cache   Translate Page      
PANAMA CITY BEACH (dpa-AFX) - Hurrikan "Michael" ist kurz vor seinem Eintreffen an der Küste von Florida in die zweithöchste Kategorie vier hochgestuft worden. Das Nationale Hurrikan-Zentrum warnte auf Twitter: "Die äußeren Regenbänder erreichen langsam die Küste. Das ist ein lebensbedrohliches Ereignis für Teile der...
          Michael's Outer Bands Reach Florida      Cache   Translate Page      
CBS News' Nikole Killion reports on Hurricane Michael from Panama City Beach, Florida.
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Hilary Lane is reporting from in Panama City Beach.
          Hurricane Michael: No flights Wednesday at Tallahaseee, Pensacola, Destin and Panama City airports – USA TODAY      Cache   Translate Page      
USA TODAYCommercial flight activity at TLH will be suspended at 12:01am on Wednesday Oct 10th. Commercial flight activity at TLH will resume on Thursday Oct 11th at 8am. Passengers are reminded to check their flight status with their airline before heading to …Which airlines are waiving fees for flights impacted by Hurricane Michael?WSB AtlantaAirlines Cancelling […]
          Florida girds for ‘extremely dangerous’ category 4 hurricane      Cache   Translate Page      
Panama City, United States, Oct 9 – Hurricane Michael swelled to an ‘extremely dangerous’ category four storm as it rumbled toward the Gulf Coast of Florida early Wednesday in what forecasters warned was an unprecedented weather event for the area. The National Hurricane Center said the storm is now packing maximum wind gusts of 130 […]
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          'Life-threatening flash floods' possible from Michael: National Hurricane Center      Cache   Translate Page      
CNBC's Courtney Reagan reports from Panama City, Florida about the preparations ahead of Hurricane Michael making landfall.
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WW 406 TORNADO FL GA CW 100945Z - 102100Z
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URGENT - IMMEDIATE BROADCAST REQUESTED
Tornado Watch Number 406
NWS Storm Prediction Center Norman OK
545 AM EDT Wed Oct 10 2018

The NWS Storm Prediction Center has issued a

* Tornado Watch for portions of 
  North Florida and Peninsula
  Southwest Georgia
  Coastal Waters

* Effective this Wednesday morning and afternoon from 545 AM
  until 500 PM EDT.

* Primary threats include...
  A few tornadoes likely

SUMMARY...Outer bands of hurricane Michael will continue to spread
inland through the morning, with an increasing risk of tornadoes in
the stronger cells.

The tornado watch area is approximately along and 75 statute miles
either side of a line from 25 miles west of Panama City FL to 35
miles northeast of Cross City FL. For a complete depiction of the
watch see the associated watch outline update (WOUS64 KWNS WOU6).

PRECAUTIONARY/PREPAREDNESS ACTIONS...

REMEMBER...A Tornado Watch means conditions are favorable for
tornadoes and severe thunderstorms in and close to the watch
area. Persons in these areas should be on the lookout for
threatening weather conditions and listen for later statements
and possible warnings.

&&

AVIATION...Tornadoes and a few severe thunderstorms with hail
surface and aloft to 0.5 inches. Extreme turbulence and surface wind
gusts to 60 knots. A few cumulonimbi with maximum tops to 500. Mean
storm motion vector 15035.

...Hart

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          Hurricane Michael just got more dangerous — here are the states in its path      Cache   Translate Page      

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  • Hurricane Michael, a Category 4 hurricane, is heading toward Florida's Gulf Coast, where it's expected to make landfall on Wednesday.
  • Michael is expected to bring heavy rain, life-threatening storm surge, and dangerous winds to the Florida Gulf Coast. Some of those effects are already being felt.
  • States of emergency are in place in Alabama, Georgia, and Florida.
  • The National Weather Service warns that the storm is "extremely dangerous" — "If you are in the hurricane warning: PREPARE NOW. You are quickly running out of time."
  • An estimated 500,000 people are under evacuation orders and advisories in Florida alone.

Georgia, Alabama, and Florida declared states of emergency as Hurricane Michael, an "extremely dangerous" category-4 hurricane is due to make landfall in Florida on Wednesday and hammer the region over the next few days.

The storm is likely to dump heavy rain over Florida, Alabama, Virginia, Georgia, and the Carolinas — which are still recovering from Hurricane Florence.

The National Hurricane Center forecasts up to a foot (30 cm) of rain for some areas.

As of 5 a.m. ET on Wednesday, the hurricane was 140 miles from Panama City, Florida. It is forecast to move towards the Florida panhandle and move northeastward across the southeastern US on Wednesday and Thursday before moving off land and into the Atlantic on Friday.

Alabama Gov. Kay Ivey issued a state-wide state of emergency on Monday "in anticipation of wide-spread power outages, wind damage and debris produced by high winds and heavy rain associated with Hurricane Michael."

Georgia Gov. Nathan Deal issued an emergency declaration for 92 counties in the southern part of the state. "The emergency declaration is effective for seven days and makes all state resources available to local governments and entities within the impacted area of the hurricane," his office said.

An estimated 500,000 people were under evacuation orders and advisories in Florida alone, he said.

In Florida, which is expected to be first hit and most impacted, "life-threatening" storm surge of up to 13 ft is forecast, and up to 12 inches of rain, which could cause deadly flash flooding.

The National Weather Service has produced a graphic for when tropical-storm-force winds may arrive in each state.

Hurricane MichaelThe entire region should brace for "major infrastructure damage," specifically to electricity distribution, wastewater treatment systems and transportation networks, Jeff Byard, associate administrator for the Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA), told reporters on a conference call, Reuters reported.

While no states of emergency have been declared in Virginia or the Carolinas, authorities are preparing for effects from the hurricane.

Hurricane Michael

Tropical storm-force winds, heavy rainfall, possible isolated tornadoes, coastal flooding, and dangerous surf conditions are possible in South Carolina, according to the National Weather Service.

A tropical storm warning has been issued for some areas, which means tropical storm conditions are possible within 48 hours. 

North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper warned on Tuesday that the storm could cause flash flooding, storm surge, downed trees, and possibly power outages. He said that flood-prone areas should pay attention to evacuation notices if rivers begin to rise.

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          Logística, central en cadena de valor y ahora ante el USMCA      Cache   Translate Page      

La difícil orografía de México exige un sistema logístico robusto y competitivo para conectar los distintos centros de producción, consumo y distribución del país.

El potencial pendiente de algunos métodos de transporte, como el ferrocarril, y la difícil situación que enfrentará el autotransporte de carga con el endurecimiento de condiciones de entrada a Estados Unidos planteada en el Acuerdo de Estados Unidos, México y Canadá (AEUMC o USMCA, por sus siglas en inglés) implica un foco de atención en el sector que deberá ser atendido para incrementar la competitividad del país en la región.

En el Índice de Desempeño Logístico (IDL) 2018, publicado por el Banco Mundial, México se encuentra en la posición 51 de 160 países. Esta posición lo coloca por debajo de los líderes latinoamericanos en logística como Chile (34) y Panamá (38).

Asimismo, de las divisiones que conforman el IDL, en el que más bajo se encuentra evaluado México es en la eficiencia para entregar a tiempo los pedidos, mientras que el componente más robusto son los clientes con los que mantiene relaciones en envíos de mercancía, debido, principalmente, al bloque comercial formado con Estados Unidos y Canadá.

Se muestra la importancia de los acuerdos alcanzados en el nuevo pacto trilateral, ya que, si bien su validación garantiza la existencia de un mercado amplio que genera un nivel de actividad del sector logístico, también es cierto que el USMCA proporciona un marco completamente discrecional y unilateral de Estados Unidos para restringir el acceso de camiones mexicanos dentro de su territorio.

Cabe recordar que desde el TLCAN los autotransportistas mexicanos únicamente pueden ingresar 20 millas dentro de la frontera, mientras que los estadounidenses pueden realizar fletes en cualquier parte de México.

Hasta el día de hoy únicamente 43 empresas mexicanas habían conseguido un permiso para ingresar a la totalidad del territorio estadounidense; sin embargo, no se especifica que estos permisos serán respetados por el país del norte.

Esta restricción no es trivial y restringe la capacidad de crecimiento y expansión del método de transporte de mercancías más importante en México.

Únicamente en 2017 movilizó 55.7 por ciento de las mercancías consumidas en el país y representó 3.2 por ciento del PIB en el mismo año. Además, a través de este medio se transporta cerca de 80 por ciento del valor total de las exportaciones de México, principalmente con Estados Unidos.

Por otra parte, el fortalecimiento de la red ferroviaria ha sido uno de los principales puntos de acción de la nueva administración.

El proyecto del Tren Maya y la reactivación del eje de transporte del Istmo han sido reiterativos en los discursos y, en principio, son bien vistos por muchos ojos porque implican una mejoría en el nivel de inversión pública y en el impulso del desarrollo regional de la zona sur-sureste.

Sin embargo, obras de infraestructura logística de tal magnitud no deben ser tomadas a la ligera, tanto por la complejidad en realizarla, como por las implicaciones en gasto presupuestal que representarían.

La responsabilidad fiscal y una planificación sostenible de los proyectos es indispensable, así como entender la idea de que no se puede hacer todo al mismo tiempo.

La propuesta de usar parte del presupuesto del Consejo de Promoción Turística de México (CPTM) para la construcción del Tren Maya ejemplifica este punto, ya que el objetivo primordial del CPTM es impulsar la promoción turística en México, por lo que la única forma en que puede ser viable este proyecto es no tomando fondos públicos y más aún en estos momentos, en los que los altos niveles de violencia han mermado el flujo turístico al país y en donde los resultados del cambio en la política de seguridad tardarán aún algunos años en comenzar a dar resultados.

Adicionalmente, el impacto actual que tiene la delincuencia en los métodos de transporte por carretera y ferroviario no ha sido atendida de manera oportuna y causa pérdidas millonarias al sector, sólo en el caso del autotransporte de carga implicó 92 mil 500 millones de pesos en 2017.

Es necesaria una planeación rigurosa en cuanto a los proyectos y las zonas que se pretenden conectar, los modelos de cambio nodal y, sobre todo, la vinculación con agendas de desarrollo regional industrial que potencialicen su viabilidad.

Una prueba de que el incremento indiscriminado de recursos sin una agenda clara e integral que vincule el desarrollo logístico y el incremento de la productividad regional pueden no generar los resultados deseados es el esfuerzo llevado a cabo durante la presente administración, en donde el gasto en infraestructura ferroviaria aumentó casi al nivel de la infraestructura carretera, pero la falta de planeación ha dificultado la culminación exitosa de los proyectos ferroviarios en los Estados de México y Guadalajara. Es crucial que la nueva administración aprenda de los errores pasados para no repetirlos.

México necesita de un reposicionamiento del sistema logístico nacional, no sólo para lograr fortalecer el mercado interno, sino para impulsar la estrategia de reposicionamiento nacional ante el USMCA y los nuevos patrones de comercio que se avecinan con la firma de tratados como el TLCUEM y el CP-TPP. Más aún, es un sector prioritario generador de competitividad nacional al cual hay que atender de manera inmediata con una política de Estado pertinente.

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          Schwerer Hurrikan unmittelbar vor Floridas Küste      Cache   Translate Page      
Panama City Beach (dpa) - Hurrikan «Michael» ist kurz vor seinem Eintreffen an der Küste von Florida in die zweithöchste Kategorie vier hochgestuft worden. Das Nationale Hurrikan-Zentrum warnte auf Twitter: «Die äußeren Regenbänder erreichen langsam die Küste. Das ist ein lebensbedrohliches ...
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          Hurricane Michael develops into Category 4 monster storm      Cache   Translate Page      

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. — Michael roared down on the Florida Panhandle strengthening into a Category 4 hurricane early Wednesday before it crashes against the region's white-sand beaches, fishing villages and coastal communities later in the day.

The unexpected brute that quickly sprang from a weekend tropical depression grew swiftly, rising in days to a catastrophic storm. Around midday it was expected to become one of the Panhandle's worst hurricanes in memory with heavy rainfall expected along the northeastern Gulf Coast and life-threatening storm surge of up to 13 feet (4 meters).

Florida officials said roughly 375,000 people up and down the Gulf Coast had been urged or ordered to evacuate. Evacuations spanned 22 counties from the Florida Panhandle into north central Florida. But fears lingered that some failed to heed the calls to get out of Michael's way as the hard-charging storm began speeding north over the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico.

Worried meteorologists said it had the potential of becoming one of the worst storms in the history of Florida's Panhandle.

"I guess it's the worst case scenario. I don't think anyone would have experienced this in the Panhandle," meteorologist Ryan Maue of weathermodels.com told The Associated Press. "This is going to have structure damaging winds along the coast and hurricane force winds inland."

University of Georgia's Marshall Shepherd, a former president of the American Meteorological Society, called it a "life-altering event" on Facebook and said he watched the storm's growth on satellite images with a pit growing in his stomach.

Franklin County Sheriff A.J. Smith near the vulnerable coast said his deputies had gone door to door in some places urging people to evacuate. "We have done everything we can as far as getting the word out," Smith said. "Hopefully more people will leave."

On the exposed coast of Florida's Big Bend, most of the waterfront homes in Keaton Beach stood vacant amid fears of a life-threatening storm surge in an area that hadn't seen a potentially catastrophic major hurricane in decades. Even so, 77-year-old resident Robert Sadousky wasn't quite ready to evacuate yet.

The retired mill worker has spent more than half his life on the coast and weathered his share of storms. He chose the spot where his house stands on tall stilts overlooking the Gulf waters in 1972 after it was the only lot left dry after a storm flooded the beach that year.

While most homes around him are vacation rentals or summer getaways for their owners, Sadousky had stayed put through more than four decades of storms. No longer. Michael was expected to bring surging seas up 9 feet (2.75 meters) above ground level at Keaton Beach.

"I know it's going to cover everything around here," Sadousky said Tuesday, eyeing water lapping at the edge of a canal behind his home. He pulled two small boat docks from the water, packed his pickup and picked some beans from his garden before getting out — like hundreds of thousands elsewhere.

At 2:00 a.m. Wednesday, the eye of Michael was about 180 miles (289 kilometers) south-southwest of Panama City, Florida. It also was about 170 miles (273 kilometers) southwest of Apalachicola, Florida. Hurricane-force winds extend outward up to 45 miles (72 kilometers) from the center and tropical-storm-force winds extend outward up to 175 miles (281 kilometers). Some additional strengthening is possible today before Michael makes landfall in the Florida Panhandle or the Florida Big Bend area. Weakening is expected after the storm makes landfall.

"We don't know if it's going to wipe out our house or not," Jason McDonald, of Panama City, said as he and his wife drove north to safety into Alabama with their two children, ages 5 and 7. "We want to get them out of the way."

Florida Gov. Rick Scott warned it was a "monstrous hurricane," and his Democratic opponent for the Senate, Sen. Bill Nelson, said a "wall of water" could cause destruction along the Panhandle.

"Don't think that you can ride this out if you're in a low-lying area," Nelson said on CNN.

But some officials were worried by what they weren't seeing — a rush of evacuees.

"I am not seeing the level of traffic on the roadways that I would expect when we've called for the evacuation of 75 percent of this county," Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford said.

In the dangerously exposed coastal town of Apalachicola, population 2,500, Sally Crown planned to go home and hunker down with her two dogs.

"We've been through this before," she said. "This might be really bad and serious. But in my experience, it's always blown way out of proportion."

Mandatory evacuation orders went into effect in Panama City Beach and other low-lying areas in the storm's path. That included Pensacola Beach but not in Pensacola itself, a city of about 54,000.

Michael could dump up to a foot (30 centimeters) of rain over some Panhandle communities before its remnants go back out to sea by way of the mid-Atlantic states over the next few days. Forecasters said it also could bring 3 to 6 inches of rain to Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia, triggering flash flooding in a corner of the country still recovering from Florence. And isolated tornadoes were also possible.


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If you think that having American aircraft and aircrew fly off of a Royal Navy aircraft carrier is something new with today's F-35B and the HMS QUEEN ELIZABETH (R08), then let me introduce you to the HMS VICTORIOUS when the US Navy ebb tide in the fall of 1942.

Via Carsten Fries at NHHC;
In autumn 1942, Adm. Ernest J. King, the Chief of Naval Operations, faced a dilemma: The battles of the Coral Sea and Midway, and the still-ongoing Guadalcanal campaign had severely weakened the U.S. Navy’s fleet carrier presence in the Pacific. USS Lexington (CV 2) had been lost at Coral Sea, USS Yorktown (CV 5) at Midway, and Hornet (CV 8) during the Battle of Santa Cruz Islands. USS Wasp (CV 7) had been torpedoed and sunk south of the Solomons in September. Although she remained operational, USS Enterprise (CV 6) had been repeatedly damaged during the naval engagements around Guadalcanal and would eventually require repairs at a U.S. shipyard. USS Saratoga (CV 3), which had also been damaged in the Solomons, was undergoing repairs at Pearl Harbor. USS Ranger (CV 4), despite taking part in the Allied landings in North Africa in November (Operation Torch), was not deemed suitable for combat in the Pacific. The first new Essex-class carriers were not expected to join the fleet until late 1943.
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Immediately following the Battle of Midway, King had requested assistance from the British Admiralty for the U.S. Pacific Fleet, but the Royal Navy’s flattops were heavily engaged against the Germans in the North Atlantic and Mediterranean at the time. Now, he again approached the British with a similar request, one that quickly made its way into communications between President Franklin D. Roosevelt and Prime Minister Winston Churchill. Despite its continuing heavy operational commitments, the Royal Navy detached the carrier HMS Victorious from the Home Fleet for service with the U.S. Navy. After a hasty replenishment at Greenoch, Scotland, Victorious departed British waters on Dec. 20, making a brief stop in Bermuda, and arriving in port at Norfolk, Va., on the last day of 1942.
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At Norfolk, Victorious was dry-docked from Jan. 1-31, 1943.
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Victorious departed Norfolk on Feb. 3 en route to the Panama Canal—and assigned the U.S. Navy two-syllable call sign “Robin.” Intensive flight operations utilizing U.S. Navy procedures, both with Martlet IV (Wildcat F4F-4) fighters and the still-unfamiliar TBMs,
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On May 17, Victorious reached Noumea, New Caledonia, and joined Saratoga in Rear Adm. DeWitt Ramsey’s Carrier Division 1.
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As part of Rear Adm. Forrest P. Sherman’s Task Group 36.3, the carriers left Noumea on June 27 to take part in Operation Toenails, the invasion of New Georgia. The Task Group was not involved in the amphibious landings themselves, but instead remained on station for 28 days to provide air cover for the transports and landing force. Victorious’s crew’s extensive training in U.S. procedures and the mutual exchange of practical experience paid off as U.S. and British sailors kept patrol aircraft in the air for nearly 12 hours per day.
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On July 31, “Robin” detached to rejoin the British Home Fleet by way of Pearl Harbor and Norfolk, where her U.S. Navy communications, radar, and flight operations gear were removed.
She returned, with style.
Victorious returned to the Pacific in early 1945. As a component of the British Pacific Fleet, she took part in Operation Iceberg, the invasion of Okinawa, where, on May 9, she was struck by two kamikaze aircraft. Her armored flight deck absorbed the blows and, despite fire damage, she resumed flight operations within hours of the strikes. In contrast, the unarmored Essex-class carriers USS Franklin (CV 13), severely damaged by a kamikaze in March 1945, and USS Hancock (CV 19), hit by a kamikaze during Iceberg, had to withdraw completely from combat operations.
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Of note: All U.S. Navy carriers in use since World War II have had armored flight decks.

          Michael strengthens to Category 4 hurricane, tropical storm conditions in Middle Georgia today      Cache   Translate Page      

MACON, Georgia. (41NBC/WMGT) – Hurricane Michael intensified to a Category 4 storm overnight, now packing winds up to 140 mph. As of 7 a.m. Wednesday, the hurricane was located just over 100 miles away from Panama City, FL. Michael is forecast to make landfall Wednesday afternoon along the Florida panhandle as a Category 4 hurricane. […]

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          Hurricane Michael nasa category 4 na      Cache   Translate Page      
  Florida – Mas lumakas pa ang Hurricane Michael habang papalapit ito sa Florida Gulf Coast sa Panama City dahilan para iakyat na sa category 4 ang bagyo. Tinawag na ‘extremely dangerous’ ang bagyo ayon […]
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          Hurricane Michael strengthens as it approaches Florida Panhandle      Cache   Translate Page      
At least 30 million Americans are bracing for the arrival of Hurricane Michael, a "potentially catastrophic" storm. Michael, now a powerful Category 4 hurricane with top sustained winds of 140 mph, is approaching the Florida Panhandle. CBS Evening News anchor Jeff Glor reports from Panama City, Florida.
          Unprecedented Category 4 Michael barrels toward Panhandle      Cache   Translate Page      

Hurricane Michael exploded into a Category 4 hurricane overnight with 145 mph winds and could strengthen before making landfall this afternoon.

Michael, which was 140 miles south-southwest of Panama City this morning, is moving north at ...

          Category 4 Hurricane Michael roars nearer to Florida coast      Cache   Translate Page      

PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Michael’s leading edge careened onto northwest Florida’s white-sand beaches as a still-growing Category 4 hurricane Wednesday, lashing the coast with tropical storm-force winds and rain and pushing a storm surge that could cause catastrophic damage well inland once it makes landfall. The unexpected brute quickly sprang from a weekend tropical depression […]

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Le Costa Rica et l’Égypte ont décroché leur première victoire dans le Tournoi de Futsal masculin des Jeux Olympiques de la Jeunesse, Buenos Aires 2018, en s’imposant respectivement face aux Iles Salomon et au Panama.


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La joueuse la plus en vue lors de la défaite du Panama 0:5 contre les États-Unis a été la gardienne canalera, Yenith Bailey.


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I will pass along your apology to the half dozen people from Panama City who are staying in one of the apartments after being forced to evacuate. The poor tenant hasn't even finished moving in :twisted:
          Comment on Hurricane Michael – Day 4 by Bryan      Cache   Translate Page      
The storm is coming in to the East in Panama City, so it isn't a real problem for me other than trying to calm down new tenants who haven't been under a hurricane warning before. Juanita, you need to track it because it is going to dump more water on the Carolinas and Virginia. If you are on the East side of the 'ridge' things are going to get damp. It is forecast to remain a tropical storm as transits the land on its way to the Atlantic.
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          Some People Have Decided To Ride Out Hurricane Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
Nikole Killon in Panama City said some residents have refused to leave.
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Pred godišnjicu ubistva Daphne Caruana Galizia, istraživačke novinarke sa Malte koja je radila na Panama Papers priči, brojne medijske organizacije iz svijeta traže nezavisnu javnu istragu.

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          Too late to evacuate? FL Gov. Rick Scott tells residents to ‘SEEK REFUGE IMMEDIATELY,’ but FEMA says leave ‘NOW’      Cache   Translate Page      

As we told you earlier, Hurricane Michael intensified into a Category 4 monster overnight and is expected to make landfall near Panama City Beach later today: Category 4 Hurricane Michael strengthening as it approaches the Florida Panhandle. Winds are currently sustained at 140 mph with gusts at 165 mph. #Michael #HurricaneMichael #Florida #FLwx pic.twitter.com/9bcKC7vj5b — […]

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          Panamá oficializa trabas a carne nica - El Nuevo Diario      Cache   Translate Page      

La imposición de aranceles y otras medidas no arancelarias para la carne de Nicaragua, en Panamá, tiene preocupados a los ganaderos e industriales nicaragüenses, afirmó este martes la Cámara Nicaragüense de Plantas Exportadoras de Carne Bovina  (Canicarne).

Ese impuesto a la carne nica, del 30%, fue oficializado en La Gaceta de Panamá.

En el tratado bilateral que existe entre Nicaragua y Panamá, “estamos en el año noveno con una cuota de 2,340 toneladas. Archivo\END

Onel Pérez, el director ejecutivo de Canicarne, dijo que esa medida va contra el Tratado de Libre Comercio entre Nicaragua y Panamá, que establece una cuota de exportación, libre de aranceles, de 2,340 toneladas anuales de carne nicaragüense.

Pérez señaló que esas trabas de Panamá ponen en aprietos al sector cárnico nicaragüense, porque con ese impuesto los mataderos no podrán exportar a ese país.

El presidente de la Comisión Nacional de Ganaderos de Nicaragua (Conagan), René Blandón, afirmó que la medida panameña representa otro golpe para el sector ganadero, tras el cierre del mercado venezolano y el bloqueo de Honduras a la carne.

Reclamos

“Nosotros hemos pedido al Mific que intervenga porque nosotros, como empresa privada, no hemos podido hacer nada, solo dar nuestras sugerencias y a través de ellas tomar medidas reciprocas con Panamá”, comentó Pérez.

Blandón recordó que Honduras tiene más de 10 años de tener bloqueada la carne nicaragüense, “pero se va el ganado en pie a ese país sin ningún problema”.

“Las medidas deben ser recíprocas, debería de cancelarse la exportación de ganado en pie para Honduras”, sugirió Blandón.

El problema del bloqueo de la carne nicaragüense en Panamá fue planteado en una carta a los ganaderos panameños, que son parte de la Federación de Carne Centroamericana, en la que Blandón es secretario, pero la contestación fue que en ese punto difícilmente iban a obtener una respuesta positiva.

Incumple acuerdos

Según Canicarne, el 51% del total de las exportaciones a Panamá corresponde a carne de bovino y despojos de bovino, y la medida afectará el intercambio comercial entre ambos países.

“El año pasado (2017), Panamá le exportó a Nicaragua 61 millones de dólares y Nicaragua le exportó 36 millones. Es decir, hay una relación de intercambio comercial de dos a uno a favor de Panamá. Entonces, las medidas que ha tomado Panamá desconocen los tratados que han firmado con Nicaragua”, señaló Pérez.

El problema del bloqueo de la carne nicaragüense en Panamá fue planteado en una carta a los ganaderos panameños. Archivo\END

Insistió en que la vía a tomar es que el Ministerio de Fomento, Industria y Comercio (Mific), de Nicaragua, solicite una explicación a Panamá y si ese mecanismo no da resultados, Panamá debería ser llamado a una resolución de controversia.

En el tratado bilateral que existe entre Nicaragua y Panamá, “estamos en el año noveno con una cuota de 2,340 toneladas que no paga impuesto; el próximo año, que es el décimo año, la carne bovina debería de entrar libre de aranceles y sin limitación de volúmenes, pero con estas medidas se está violentando ese acuerdo”, resaltó el representante gremial.


          Huracán Michael alcanza categoría 4 a menos de 300 kilómetros de Florida - El Nuevo Diario      Cache   Translate Page      

 El huracán Michael subió hoy a categoría 4 -de un máximo de 5- con vientos máximos sostenidos de hasta 210 kilómetros por hora en su avance por el Golfo de México en dirección al estado de Florida, según informó hoy el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC) de Estados Unidos.

Según el último boletín del NHC de las 06.00 GMT, el ojo de Michael está ubicado 275 kilómetros al suroeste de Apalachicola y 290 kilómetros al sur-suroeste de Panama City, ambas en Florida, y avanza en dirección norte a una velocidad de 19 kilómetros por hora.



El NHC alertó en este último boletín de que la fuerza de Michael supone una "situación de peligro mortal".

Se espera que Michael toque este miércoles tierra en Florida y que el jueves atraviese el sureste de EEUU en dirección noreste hasta volver a salir al océano Atlántico el viernes.

Las predicciones del NHC también indican que Michael se seguirá fortaleciendo durante las próximas horas hasta tocar tierra en Florida, aunque no está claro que alcance la máxima categoría -5- en la escala Saffir-Simpson, reservada para huracanes de 252 kilómetros por hora o más.

Las predicciones del NHC también indican que Michael se seguirá fortaleciendo durante las próximas horas.

Michael llega a EEUU semanas después de que el huracán Florence dejase medio centenar de muertos y un rastro de devastación en Las Carolinas


          South Georgia Braces For Category 4 Hurricane Michael       Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Michael strengthened to a Category 4 storm earlier Wednesday morning and is expected to make landfall along the Florida Panhandle within hours. The hurricane was about 90 miles south-southwest of Panama City, Florida, at 6 a.m., according to the National Hurricane Center .

          'Monstrous' storm barrels toward Florida as a Category 4 with 140 mph winds      Cache   Translate Page      
iStock/Thinkstock(PANAMA CITY, Fla.) — Hurricane Michael is now an “extremely dangerous” Category 4 with 140 mph winds, expected to make
          ‘Just Beat It Michael’: Panama City Business Owner’s Message To Massive Hurricane      Cache   Translate Page      
A business owner in Panama City boarded up Tuesday and wrote "Just Beat It Michael" on his shutters in order to try and make people smile during a serious time.
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          Hurricane Michael becomes a Category 4 as Florida braces for monster storm      Cache   Translate Page      

Hurricane Michael strengthened into a Category 4 storm early on Wednesday before it was expected to plow into Florida's Gulf shore with towering waves and roof-shredding winds as 500,000 people were under evacuation orders and advisories. Hurricane Michael was packing winds of up to 210km per hour, hours before it was set to make landfall on Florida's Panhandle or Florida's Big Bend where it potentially could unleash devastating waves as high as 4 metres, the National Hurricane Center (NHC) warned. "THIS IS YOUR LAST CHANCE to evacuate before conditions start deteriorating within the next few hours," said Florida Governor Rick Scott in a Tweet early on Wednesday. President Donald Trump declared a state of emergency for the entire state of Florida, freeing up federal assistance to supplement state and local disaster responses. Michael gathered greater strength over warm Gulf of Mexico waters throughout the day on Tuesday as it jumped from a Category 2 to Category 3 on the five-step Saffir-Simpson wind scale. The last NHC report said the fast-moving storm was about 325 km from Panama City, Florida. Winds as strong as Michael is producing can inflict substantial damage to roofs and...
          Hurricane Michael — 90 miles from Panama City — nears landfall as Category 4 storm with 145-mph winds      Cache   Translate Page      

Hurricane Michael — a strong Category 4 storm — is packing maximum sustained winds of 145 mph as the Florida Panhandle braces for landfall Wednesday.

Michael was about 90 miles southwest of Panama City and about 90 miles west-southwest of Apalachicola, according to the 8 a.m. advisory from the...


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Resumen del caso Colombia – Panamá ante la OMC
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En los últimos días fue publicado el reporte del Grupo Especial ('Panel') bajo el mecanismo de solución de diferencias de la Organización Mundial del Comercio, OMC, reconociendo el cumplimiento de Colombia con sus compromisos internacionales.


          Floridas Gouverneur: Zu spät für Flucht vor Hurrikan      Cache   Translate Page      
Panama City Beach (dpa) - Vor dem Eintreffen von Hurrikan «Michael» an der US-Küste hat der Gouverneur des Bundesstaats Florida Betroffene im Sturmgebiet aufgefordert, sofort Schutz zu suchen. Es sei nun zu spät, das Gebiet zu verlassen, teilte Gouverneur Rick Scott am Mittwochmorgen (Ortszeit) auf ...
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Panama City Beach (dpa) - Vor dem Eintreffen von Hurrikan «Michael» an der US-Küste hat der Gouverneur des Bundesstaats Florida Betroffene im Sturmgebiet aufgefordert, sofort Schutz zu suchen. Es sei nun zu spät, das Gebiet zu verlassen, teilte Gouverneur Rick Scott am Morgen (Ortszeit) auf Twitter ...
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ΚΑΘΕ ΠΡΩΪ στο nikosonline.gr σας γράφω τα γεγονότα, τις γεννήσεις και τους θανάτους της ημέρας, ΣΑΝ ΣΗΜΕΡΑ 10 Οκτωβρίου, Edith Piaf, Εντίθ Πιάφ, Orson Welles, Όρσον Γουέλς, Harold Pinter, Panama Canal, Δήμητρα Λιάνη, Dimitra Liani, ΤΟ BLOG ΤΟΥ ΝΙΚΟΥ ΜΟΥΡΑΤΙΔΗ, nikosonline.gr “Ο γιατρός μου συνέστησε να σταματήσω τα δείπνα για τέσσερις. Εκτός κι αν παρευρίσκονται […]
          Evacuate or not? Some gamble on staying despite Michael      Cache   Translate Page      

PANAMA CITY BEACH, Fla. (AP) — Timothy Thomas isn’t budging from his home on Ocean View Drive, even though it’s directly in the path of Hurricane Michael. Thomas, a 50-year-old air conditioning repairman, plans to defy an evacuation order and ride out the monster storm in an apartment that’s just a few hundred yards from […]
          Category 4 Hurricane Michael being felt on Florida coast      Cache   Translate Page      

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — Michael’s leading edge careened onto northwest Florida’s white-sand beaches as a still-growing Category 4 hurricane Wednesday, lashing the coast with tropical storm-force winds and rain and pushing a storm surge that could cause catastrophic damage well inland once it makes landfall. The unexpected brute quickly sprang from a weekend tropical […]
          'Potentially Catastrophic' Hurricane Michael Heads To Florida With 145-MPH Winds      Cache   Translate Page      
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=kfjKsfbLitY Updated 9:10 a.m. ET Hurricane Michael has been upgraded to a "potentially catastrophic" Category 4 storm, with maximum sustained winds of 145 mph, the National Hurricane Center says. Tropical-storm-force winds began hitting the Florida Panhandle Wednesday morning, and water levels were quickly rising. Just before 9 a.m. ET, the storm was 80 miles south-southwest of Panama City, Fla., moving north at 13 mph. Michael could get even stronger from warm water in the Gulf of Mexico before making landfall in the Florida Panhandle Wednesday, forecasters say. It would be the first Category 4 storm to hit the Florida Panhandle since records were first kept in 1851, said NHC Director Ken Graham. "This is definitely [and] unfortunately a historical and incredibly dangerous and life-threatening situation," he added. The storm's center is currently on track to make landfall "pretty close to Panama City" Wednesday afternoon, Graham said. But he warned
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          Category 4 Hurricane Michael being felt on Florida coast      Cache   Translate Page      
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — Michael's leading edge careened onto northwest Florida's white-sand beaches as a still-growing Category 4 hurricane Wednesday, lashing the coast with tropical storm-force winds and rain and pushing a storm surge that could cause catastrophic damage well inland once it makes landfall.
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PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — Michael's leading edge careened onto northwest Florida's white-sand beaches as a still-growing Category 4 hurricane Wednesday, lashing the coast with tropical storm-force winds and rain and pushing a storm surge that could cause catastrophic damage well inland once it makes landfall.
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Resumen del caso Colombia – Panamá ante la OMC
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En los últimos días fue publicado el reporte del Grupo Especial ('Panel') bajo el mecanismo de solución de diferencias de la Organización Mundial del Comercio, OMC, reconociendo el cumplimiento de Colombia con sus compromisos internacionales.


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Florida officials said roughly 375,000 people up and down the Gulf Coast had been urged or ordered to evacuate, including all non-essential personnel at Tyndall Air Force Base east of Panama City.
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Alquilo oficina de 200 m2 en principal avenida Angamos y a cuadra y media de Av. República de Panamá y Vía Expresa. Pisos cerámicos. Tiene luminarias. Tiene 2 baños. Condiciones son 2 x 1 Incluye Impuesto a la Renta No se paga mantenimiento...
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          Category 4 Hurricane Michael being felt on Florida coast      Cache   Translate Page      

PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) — Michael's leading edge careened onto northwest Florida's white-sand beaches as a still-growing Category 4 hurricane Wednesday, lashing the coast with tropical storm-force winds and rain and pushing a storm surge that could cause catastrophic damage well inland once it makes landfall.

The unexpected brute quickly sprang from a weekend tropical depression with top winds growing to 145 mph, the most powerful hurricane in recorded history for this stretch of the Florida coast.

FEMA provides update on the hurricane:

The sheriff in Panama City's Bay County issued a shelter-in-place order before dawn Wednesday, and Florida Gov. Rick Scott tweeted that for people in the hurricane's path, "the time to evacuate has come and gone ... SEEK REFUGE IMMEDIATELY."

At 8 a.m ., Michael's eye was about 90 miles (145 kilometers) from Panama City and Apalachicola, moving relatively fast at 13 mph (21 kph). Tropical-storm force winds extended 185 miles (295 kilometers) from the center, lashing the coast, and hurricane-force winds were coming closer, reaching 45 miles (75 kilometers) from the center.

The storm appeared to be so powerful — with a central pressure dropping to 933 millibars — that it was expected to remain a hurricane as it moves over central Georgia early Thursday, and unleash damaging winds all the way into the Carolinas.

"We are in new territory," National Hurricane Center Meteorologist Dennis Feltgen wrote in a Facebook post Wednesday. "The historical record, going back to 1851, finds no Category 4 hurricane ever hitting the Florida panhandle."

Rainfall could reach up to a foot (30 centimeters), and the life-threatening storm surge could swell to 14 feet (4 meters).

Several hours ahead of landfall, seawater was already lapping over the docks at Massalina Bayou near downtown Panama City, and knee-deep water was rising up against buildings in St. Marks, which sits on an inlet south of Tallahassee. Many evacuees sought shelter in the capital city, which is about 25 miles from the coast and covered by live oak and pine trees, vulnerable to falling and causing power outages in even in smaller storms.

Florida officials said more than 375,000 people up and down the Gulf Coast had been urged or ordered to evacuate.

Only a skeleton staff remained at Tyndall Air Force Base, located on a peninsula just south of Panama City. The home to the 325th Fighter Wing and some 600 military families appeared squarely targeted for the worst of the storm's fury, and leaders declared "HURCON 1" status, ordering out all but essential personnel. The base's aircraft, which include F-22 Raptors, were flown hundreds of miles away as a precaution, a spokesman said.

Evacuations spanned 22 counties from the Florida Panhandle into north central Florida. But civilians don't have to follow orders, and authorities feared many failed to heed their calls to get out of the way as the hard-charging storm intensified over 84-degree water in the Gulf of Mexico.

"I guess it's the worst-case scenario. I don't think anyone would have experienced this in the Panhandle," meteorologist Ryan Maue of weathermodels.com told The Associated Press. "This is going to have structure-damaging winds along the coast and hurricane force winds inland."

Maue and other meteorologists watched in real time as a new government satellite showed the hurricane's eye tightening, surrounded by lightning that lit it up "like a Christmas tree."

University of Georgia's Marshall Shepherd, a former president of the American Meteorological Society, called it a "life-altering event," writing on Facebook that he watched the storm's growth on satellite images with a growing pit in his stomach.

Sheriff A.J. Smith in Franklin County, near the vulnerable coast, sent his deputies door to door Tuesday urging people to evacuate, saying they did everything they could to get the word out.

Most of the waterfront homes stood vacant in Keaton Beach, which could get some of the highest water — seas up 9 feet (2.75 meters) above ground level.

"I know it's going to cover everything around here," said Robert Sadousky, who at 77 has stayed through more than four decades of storms.

The retired mill worker took a last look at the canal behind his home, built on tall stilts overlooking the Gulf. He pulled two small boat docks from the water, packed his pickup and picked some beans from his garden before getting out — like hundreds of thousands elsewhere.

The local geography — low-lying land and lots of areas where people live along waterways — means many people living inland could see their homes flooded as Michael makes landfall.

"We don't know if it's going to wipe out our house or not," Jason McDonald, of Panama City, said as he and his wife drove north to safety into Alabama with their two children, ages 5 and 7. "We want to get them out of the way."

Scott had warned of a "monstrous hurricane," and his Democratic opponent for the Senate, Sen. Bill Nelson, described a destructive "wall of water," but some officials didn't see any rush of evacuees ahead of the storm.

"I am not seeing the level of traffic on the roadways that I would expect when we've called for the evacuation of 75 percent of this county," Bay County Sheriff Tommy Ford said Tuesday.

In the dangerously exposed coastal town of Apalachicola, population 2,500, Sally Crown planned to hunker down with her two dogs.

"We've been through this before," she said. "This might be really bad and serious. But in my experience, it's always blown way out of proportion."

Mandatory evacuation orders went into effect in Panama City Beach and other low-lying areas in the storm's path. That included Pensacola Beach but not in Pensacola itself, a city of about 54,000.

Michael will weaken over land but could still spin off tornadoes and dump rain along a northeasterly path over Alabama, Georgia, the Carolinas and Virginia before its remnants head out to sea again. Forecasters said it also could bring 3 to 6 inches of rain, enough to trigger flash flooding in places still recovering from Hurricane Florence.


          Michael's final approach to Florida, cold front moves through Wednesday      Cache   Translate Page      
Michael's final approach to Florida, cold front moves through Wednesday

A cold front will move into the region on Wednesday keeping Hurricane Michael east of the Baton Rouge area. Much cooler, drier air will follow into the weekend.

THE FORECAST:

The Tropics: With 140mph maximum sustained winds, Hurricane Michael was moving north at 13mph as of 6am Wednesday morning.  A turn to the northeast is expected just prior to landfall near Panama City, Florida later Wednesday. Michael will then move northeastward across the southeastern United States Wednesday night and Thursday. Hurricane conditions are expected across the Florida Panhandle with warnings from the Alabama/Florida border to the Suwanee River.

Life-threatening storm surge will be possible in the Big Bend area, from the Walton County line to the Anclote River. 9-13 feet of water inundation is expected on this vulnerable stretch of coastline. Rainfall in excess of 8 inches will create inland flooding issues from Georgia into the Carolinas. On the western side of the system, impact to the WBRZ Weather Forecast area will be minimal. Minor coastal flooding of 1 to 3 feet may occur along the Louisiana Coast and in parts of Livingston and Tangipahoa parishes. A strong east wind will maintain higher than normal water levels along eastern facing shores of Louisiana and Mississippi through Wednesday and so a COASTAL FLOOD ADVISORY has been posted. Hurricane Leslie in the east, central Atlantic Ocean and could approach Portugal as a tropical storm early next week. Tropical Storm Nadine formed in the far eastern Atlantic on Tuesday but is not expected to be a long term threat due to unfavorable upper level conditions. Finally, an area of low pressure is expected to develop in the west, central Caribbean Sea with a 40 percent chance of gradual development over the next 5 days.

Today and Tonight: A cold front will move through the area on Wednesday with isolated showers possible ahead of and along the boundary through mid-afternoon. With highs in the upper 80s, warmth and humidity will continue for one more afternoon before the front ushers in big changes after an overnight wind shift. Expect lows to finally drop into the mid 60s, but they will not stop there!

  

Up Next: The cold front will fully sweep southeastward into the Gulf of Mexico by Thursday morning. Those dew point temperatures, which have been above 70 degrees and kept oppressive humidity around for months, will finally be swept away for a nice drying trend.

Sunshine and cooler temperatures will prevail through Saturday. Friday will likely be the coolest day, starting below 60 degrees, barely returning to 80 degrees followed by another night in the upper 50s. There may be a short stint of warmer temperatures and some humidity on Sunday before another cold front arrives on Monday.

Football Forecasts: Friday night high school games will enjoy the best weather so far this season. Grab a light jacket as temperatures will fall into the 60s by the end of the games. LSU tailgaters and game goers will also enjoy the most pleasant conditions of the season as #2 Georgia comes to Baton Rouge.

Take a light jacket for the morning; you will be able to shed it and will need sunscreen for the afternoon. Southern fans hitting the road will also have similar, nice conditions in Prairie View, Texas.

THE EXPLANATION:

An upper level trough and approaching cold front will steer Hurricane Michael to the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday afternoon into Thursday morning. The cold front will undercut sinking air on the periphery of Michael and struggle to produce much more than isolated showers on Wednesday afternoon. One more hot and humid day is expected before cold and dry air advection begins behind the boundary on Wednesday night. Expect northwesterly winds to send thermometers into the 60s on Thursday morning and hold afternoon readings into the low 80s despite full sunshine on Thursday. Northerly flow will continue through Saturday allowing dew points to drop into the 50s. The retreat of humidity will allow thermometers to take a big dip at night and Friday and Saturday morning will feature many locations in the 50s. Surface high pressure filling into the Eastern U.S. as Michael departs will result in a day or so of return flow and slightly warmer, more humid conditions on Sunday. However, a deep, longwave trough will eject out of the Western U.S. toward the Great Lakes region dragging another cold front across the local area. While this may bring some unsettled weather on Monday, it will reinforce the cooler and drier conditions through at least the middle of next week.

--Dr. Josh

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          L'ouragan Michael "potentiellement catastrophique" commence à souffler sur la Floride      Cache   Translate Page      
Panama City (Etats-Unis) - Des vents croissants commençaient à souffler mercredi sur la Floride, qui devait être frappée de plein fouet en milieu de journée par le "potentiellement catastrophique" ouragan Michael, le gouverneur de l'Etat redoutant une tempête "meurtrière".
          “Extremadamente peligroso”: Michael se convirtió en un huracán de categoría 4 mientras se acerca a las costas de Florida      Cache   Translate Page      
Al final de la noche del martes, la tormenta generaba vientos de hasta casi 210 kilómetros por hora. Los meteorólogos advierten además de la peligrosa marejada que podría aumentar el nivel del mar hasta 4 metros en la franja noroeste del estado, cerca de la frontera con Alabama Las olas en Panama City Beach, Florida […]
          2AM Tropical Update Video: Late night Hurricane Michael chat      Cache   Translate Page      
Here is the latest from the National Hurricane Center: SUMMARY OF 100 AM CDT…0600 UTC…INFORMATION ———————————————- LOCATION…27.7N 86.6W ABOUT 180 MI…290 KM SSW OF PANAMA CITY FLORIDA ABOUT 170 MI…275 KM SW OF APALACHICOLA FLORIDA MAXIMUM SUSTAINED WINDS…130 MPH…210 KM/H PRESENT MOVEMENT…N OR 355 DEGREES AT 12 MPH…19 KM/H MINIMUM CENTRAL PRESSURE…945 MB…27.91 INCHES At 100 AM CDT (0600 UTC),... Read more →
          Furacão Michael vai a categoria 4 a menos de 300 km da Flórida e é considerado perigoso      Cache   Translate Page      

Tormenta deve tocar a terra na Flórida hoje e quinta-feira (11) atravessará o sudeste dos EUA até voltar a sair para o Oceano Atlântico na sexta-feira (12). Furacão Michael ameaça a Flórida O furacão Michael subiu, nesta quarta-feira (10), para a categoria 4 na escala Saffir-Simpson, que vai até 5, a menos de 300 km da Flórida. A costa desse estado no sul dos Estados Unidos se prepara para chuvas intensas, ventos fortes e ondas gigantes. Cerca de 500 mil pessoas receberam ordem ou alerta para deixar suas casas. Com ventos máximos constantes de até 210 km/h, o furacão avança pelo Golfo do México a uma velocidade de 19 km/h. Os estados da Flórida, Alabama e da Geórgia declaram estado de emergência. Michael é considerado extremamente perigoso e pode provocar mortes, principalmente, se ele mantiver força quando tocar o solo em Panhandle e Big Bend, na Flórida, o que está previsto para acontecer nas próximas horas. Esta será a tempestade mais forte em termos de velocidade do vento a atingir o país neste ano, informou a CNN, citando o meteorologista Michael Guy. Pessoas caminham em Panama City Beach, na Flórida, na terça-feira (9), antes da chegada do furacão Michel Brendan Smialowski / AFP No seu último boletim, divulgado às 3h (horário de Brasília), o Centro Nacional de Furacões dos Estados Unidos (NHC, sigla em inglês) informou que o olho do furacão estava a 275 km de Apalachicola e 290 km de Panama City, ambas na Flórida. Os prognósticos do NHC também indicam que Michael seguirá se fortalecendo durante as próximas horas até tocar a terra na Flórida, mas ainda não está claro se conseguirá alcançar a categoria 5, reservada para furacões com ventos de 252 km/h ou mais. Michael deve percorrer a Flórida entre esta quarta e quinta-feira (11), atravessará o sudeste dos EUA até voltar a sair para o Oceano Atlântico na sexta-feira (12). Furacão Michael atingirá Flórida, Geórgia e Alabama Juliane Monteiro/G1 'Tempestade monstro' Cerca de 3,7 milhões de pessoas estão sob alerta de furacão nas regiões de Panhandle e Big Bend, assim como no sudeste do Alabama e no sul da Geórgia. O governador da Flórida, Rick Scott, classificou Michael como uma “tempestade monstro” e fez um apelo para que as pessoas obedeçam às ordens de esvaziamento. O Serviço Meteorológico Nacional na capital do estado, Tallahassee, afirmou que o furacão Michael é “um fenômeno sem precedentes e não pode ser comparado com nenhum dos anteriores”. “Não arrisque sua vida, saia agora se você recebeu a ordem para fazer isto", afirma o comunicado. Moradores da Flórida se preparam para chegada do furacão Michael, que chegou à categoria 3 nesta terça-feira (9) REUTERS/Jonathan Bachman Michael chega aos EUA semanas depois do furacão Florence ter deixado 50 mortos e um rastro de devastação nas Carolinas do Norte e do Sul. No ano passado, uma série de furacões atingiu o Atlântico ocidental. Os mais devastadores foram Harvey no Texas, Irma no Caribe e Flórida e Maria, que atingiu o Caribe e deixou quase 3 mil mortos no território americano de Porto Rico. A temporada de furacões no Atlântico termina em 30 de novembro. Furacão Michael atingiu a categoria 4 nesta quarta-feira (10) Reprodução/ National Hurricane Center (NHC) Como se forma um furacão Arte/ G1
          Panama City will be the first to feel Michael's historic landfall      Cache   Translate Page      
When Hurricane Michael makes landfall today, it will hit Panama City, Florida, first. As a Category 4 storm, it will be the strongest storm to ever hit the city.

          Michael descargará su furia en Panama City, Florida      Cache   Translate Page      

La Prensa

Florida, Estados Unidos.

El monstruoso huracán Michael, que esta madrugada alcanzó la categoría 4 convirtiéndose en un ciclón extremadamente peligroso, tocará tierra la noche de este miércoles en la región conocida como el "mango" de Florida, cerca de la frontera con Alabama, antes de seguir luego su camino hacia el Atlántico.

Las bandas exteriores del potente ciclón ya alcanzaron las costas del noroeste de Florida.

Las autoridades estiman que el ojo del ciclón impactará en Panama City, así como las localidades más pequeñas de Mexico Beach, Apalachicola y Eastpoint en el norte de ese estado.

<amp-twitter width="375" height="472" layout="responsive" data-tweetid="1049975576629514241"></amp-twitter>"Este es el peor ciclón que se haya visto en el Pandhandle en 100 años", declaró el gobernador de Florida Rick Scott.

"Estamos muy bien preparados", declaró por su parte el presidente Donald Trump, que emitió una declaración de estado de emergencia para Florida, lo que permite liberar fondos federales para atender la crisis.

<amp-twitter width="375" height="472" layout="responsive" data-tweetid="1050024677962342402"></amp-twitter>Emergencia en Alabama y GeorgiaDespués de Florida, Michael podría tocar "partes de Georgia y, lamentablemente, otra vez Carolina del Norte y del Sur", ya golpeadas por Florence hace un mes, señaló el presidente.

Florence causó unos 40 muertos y miles de millones de dólares en daños.

La gobernadora del estado vecino de Alabama, Kay Ivey, decretó el estado de emergencia en la tarde del lunes.

Los vientos huracanados se extienden desde el ojo del ciclón hasta 75 km, mientras que los de fuerza de tormenta tropical (menos de 1199 km/h) se sienten hasta a 280 km.

Por este motivo, la costa noroeste de Florida, parte de la costa de Alabama, Georgia y zonas de Misisipi y Carolina del Sur, están bajo avisos y advertencias de varias categorías.

Vea: Huracán Michael comienza a golpear las costas de FloridaLas áreas costeras están bajo órdenes de evacuación obligatoria.

En el condado de Bay en particular, donde está Panama City, éstas afectan a unos 120,000 residentes, dijo el alguacil Tommy Ford.

Actualmente hay 54 refugios abiertos en la zona amenazada por el huracán, según dijo Scott en rueda de prensa.

Dos mil quinientos integrantes de la Guardia Nacional de Florida están activos y preparados para participar en operaciones de ayuda humanitaria, mantenimiento de la seguridad y búsqueda y rescate de personas.

Cuentan con más de 1,000 vehículos especiales para inundaciones, 13 helicópteros y 16 embarcaciones, de acuerdo con la gobernación.


          En vivo: Michael comienza azotar Florida con fuertes vientos y marejadas      Cache   Translate Page      

La Prensa

Florida, Estados Unidos.

El potente huracán Michael avanza a 13 millas por hora (20 km/h) y con vientos reforzados de hasta 145 millas por hora (230 km/h) en dirección a la costa noroccidental de Florida, donde se espera que toque tierra en unas horas.

Desde 2005 no ha llegado a la zona del "Panhandle" un huracán como Michael, que ha ido fortaleciéndose desde que este martes se adentró en el Golfo de México y hoy de madrugada llegó a la categoría 4 de una escala de 5.

<div style="position:relative;height:0;padding-bottom:56.

2%"><iframe src="https://www.

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com/embed/E-O0z91nUBo?ecver=2" style="position:absolute;width:100%;height:100%;left:0" width="641" height="360" frameborder="0" allow="autoplay; encrypted-media" allowfullscreen></iframe></div>El Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC), con sede en Miami, advirtió en su más reciente boletín que es posible todavía un fortalecimiento de Michael, un huracán "potencialmente catastrófico", antes de que toque tierra en algún punto del "Panhandle" (el mango de la sartén), como se conoce esa zona de Florida, pasado el mediodía.

Según el más reciente boletín del NHC, Michael se estaba moviendo hacia el norte y se encontraba a alrededor de 90 millas (145 km) al suroeste de Panama City (Florida) y a alrededor de 90 millas (145 km) al oeste-suroeste de Apalachicola (Florida).

Las autoridades han dado órdenes de evacuar sus hogares o pedido que lo hagan voluntariamente a unas 375,000 personas de la zona costera, según recogen diversos medios locales.

Los vientos de intensidad de huracán se extienden hasta 45 millas (75 km) del centro de Michael y los vientos de intensidad de tormenta tropical se extienden hasta 185 millas (295 km).

Vea: El huracán Michael alcanza la categoría 4 rumbo a FloridaSin embargo, el gran temor son las inundaciones que pueden provocar las lluvias que pueden llegar hasta 12 pulgadas (30,4 cm) en algunas zonas combinadas con una crecida del mar de hasta 13 pies (3,9 metros) en determinados sitios.

Treinta y cinco condados de los 67 que tiene Florida están en estado de emergencia, al igual que otros en Alabama, Georgia y Carolina del Sur.

Los avisos y recomendaciones de vigilancia del NHC por Michael abarcan a Florida, Alabama, Misisipi y las dos Carolinas.

Según el NHC, se espera que Michael gire hacia el nornoreste antes de tocar tierra y luego hacia el noreste esta tarde o esta noche.

Con una velocidad de traslación menor pero debilitado, Michael se dirigirá hacia el noreste a través del sureste de Estados Unidos a partir de esta noche o el jueves y luego se alejará de la parte media de la costa atlántica de Estados Unidos el viernes.

EFE


          El huracán Michael sube a categoría 4 y pasa a ser "extremadamente peligroso"      Cache   Translate Page      

La Prensa

Florida.

El huracán Michael, que avanza hacia la costa de Florida, alcanzó la categoría 4, anunció a primera hora del miércoles el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC), que lo calificó de "extremadamente peligroso".

El NHC dijo que el huracán va acompañado de vientos máximos sostenidos de 210 km/h y debería tocar tierra este mismo miércoles en la zona noroccidental del estado conocida como el "mango" de Florida, con riesgo para la población.

Se espera una marejada ciclónica de hasta 4 metros en algunas áreas, dijo el centro.

Por otro lado, el Servicio Meteorológico Nacional en la capital del estado, Tallahassee, emitió un dramático llamado para que las personas cumplan con las órdenes de evacuación.

"El huracán Michael es un fenómeno sin precedentes y no puede compararse con ninguno de los anteriores.

No arriesgue su vida, váyase AHORA si se le pidió hacerlo", recalcó el NHC.

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000 personas en más de 20 condados del estado de Florida recibieron la orden de evacuar, según la prensa local.

Michael debería tocar tierra en las próximas horas en esta zona conocida como el "mango" de Florida, cerca de la frontera con Alabama, antes de seguir luego su camino hacia el Atlántico.

Podría ser "la tormenta más devastadora que haya afectado Florida en décadas", había declarado el martes gobernador de Florida Rick Scott.

Será "la más poderosa en más de cien años" en algunas regiones, advirtieron los servicios de urgencia del estado en Twitter en la noche del martes.

"Es su última oportunidad para prepararse para esta tormenta monstruosa y mortal", había insistido también Scott, al precisar que 2.

500 soldados de la Guardia Nacional habían sido movilizados.

<amp-img src="https://imageshack.

com/a/img921/2088/O1GAPf.

jpg" alt="HURACÁN" width="380" height="250" layout="responsive"></amp-img>- Estado de emergencia -"Estamos muy bien preparados", declaró el martes el presidente Donald Trump, que emitió una declaración de estado de emergencia para Florida, lo que permite liberar medios materiales suplementarios y fondos federales.

Después de Florida, Michael podría tocar "partes de Georgia y, lamentablemente, otra vez Carolina del Norte y del Sur", ya golpeadas por Florence hace un mes, señaló el presidente.

Florence causó unos 40 muertos y miles de millones de dólares en daños.

La gobernadora del estado vecino de Alabama, Kay Ivey, decretó el estado de emergencia en la tarde del lunes.

Las áreas costeras están bajo órdenes de evacuación obligatoria.

En el condado de Bay en particular, donde está Panama City y se espera su impacto directo, éstas afectan a unos 120.

000 residentes, dijo el alguacil Tommy Ford.

"Nunca puedes predecir lo que va a pasar, pero no tiene sentido asumir ese riesgo", dijo Dean Allred, un residente de esta pequeña ciudad de 36.

000 habitantes, al canal de televisión NBC cuando terminaba de comprar suministros.


          Hurricane Michael upgraded to major Category 4 storm, surge threat remains high      Cache   Translate Page      

Warm waters in the Gulf have strengthened Hurricane Michael even more than most models predicted. Overnight, the storm was upgraded to Category 4, with sustained winds topping 140. This is an extremely dangerous storm. With life-threatening winds, storm surge, heavy rains, and flooding.Those who can move out of the path of the storm should do so immediately. Those in in the path of the storm must seek shelter. The Red Cross and state agencies have shelters available.

No Category 4 or 5 storm has made landfall on the Florida panhandle since storm records have been kept. There really is no other storm to compare with this one in terms of effect on the local area.

At the moment, the storm is on course to make landfall Wednesday evening very near the vacation spot of Panama City. A massive storm surge is being pushed toward the low-lying coast, which is forecast to be worst in the area immediately east of Panama City and south of Tallahassee. Barrier islands are expected to be completely overtopped, and heavy surge will press inland at least 10-15 miles along rivers and bays. 

The storm is the worst to hit the area in decades, the worst on record for the Panhandle, and will be the first test for many tall hotels and condo complexes built since the last major storm. Though building standards were sharply improved after the destruction of Hurricane Andrew, poor policies in the state, which have emphasized development over safety, put residents at risk. As with many areas of the state, Panama City has added many new homes and buildings since the last time a major hurricane came ashore nearby. Winds several stories up on taller buildings can be expected to be 20+ mph higher than the recorded speeds at ground level, subjecting these buildings, and those standards, to a severe test of the ability to the new standards to face a major storm.

A large part of the region most threatened by surge is more sparsely populated than much of the coast, with a number of wildlife preserves and natural areas. But sparsely populated doesn’t mean not populated. A number of small towns and rural areas could be inundated by the storm.

In other circumstances, Michael could be even more devastating. But the Gulf waters it’s now moving over aren’t just warm, they’re shallow. That places limits on the mass of water available to be pushed forward in the surge, and should help make the difference between awful and truly terrible. It’s going to be bad. It could be worse. But that’s going to be little consolation for those facing a wall of water that surges 10’ or more  above ground level. 


          Más de 7,000 salvadoreños viajan al Vaticano para canonización de monseñor Romero      Cache   Translate Page      

La Prensa

San Salvador.

La iglesia católica anunció este domingo que unos 7,000 salvadoreños viajarán al Vaticano para participar el 14 de octubre en la ceremonia en que será canonizado monseñor Óscar Arnulfo Romero por el papa Francisco.

"Todo esta preparado para la canonización de monseñor Romero, la presencia de los salvadoreños será en torno a los 7,000 peregrinos", aseguró al finalizar la misa dominical en la catedral capitalina el arzobispo de San Salvador, José Luis Escobar.

"Tener a un santo es la más grande bendición del cielo, reconociéndole el mundo entero como un hombre santo", sostuvo Escobar.

Escobar explicó que un día después de la canonización de Romero, que será el primer santo salvadoreño, "todos los peregrinos" salvadoreños serán recibidos en una audiencia por el papa Francisco en uno de los salones de la santa sede.

Entre los peregrinos figuran representantes de la familia de monseñor Romero, así como Cecilia Maribel Flores de Rivas, la salvadoreña beneficiada con un milagro por intercesión del asesinado arzobispo y que acudirá junto a su familia.

En San Salvador, la iglesia católica ha preparado una serie de actividades para celebrar la canonización.

Vea: Pastor que "cura gays" entre los diputados más votados de BrasilEste domingo, el arzobispo de San Salvador también aseguró que aprovechará su visita a Roma para "reiterar" la invitación al papa Francisco para que en enero próximo, en el marco de su viaje a la Jornada Mundial de la Juventud (JMJ) en Panamá, pueda hacer una escala en San Salvador y visitar la tumba de monseñor Romero.

"Nosotros quisiéramos que se diera la visita de su santidad, pero tengo que ser honesto con todos, por hoy no sabemos nada, no se nos ha confirmado nada, no hay nada oficial, pero vamos a insistir", remarcó Escobar.

Monseñor Romero, considerado como el salvadoreño más universal, fue asesinado por un francotirador de extrema derecha el 24 de marzo de 1980 cuando oficiaba misa en una capilla de un hospital para enfermos de cáncer en el sector noroeste de San Salvador.


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Panama City, Estados UnidosEl norte de Florida se prepara para el “monstruoso” huracán Michael, que podría llevar “devastación total” al noroeste de este estado del sureste estadounidense cuando hoy toque tierra con vientos de categoría 3.

30de noviembre, fecha cuando se estima que finaliza la temporada de huracanes del Atlántico.

Los meteorólogos advierten además de la peligrosa marejada que podría aumentar el nivel del mar hasta 4 metros en la franja noroeste de Florida, cerca de la frontera con Alabama.

“Es su última oportunidad para prepararse para esta tormenta monstruosa y mortal”, dijo el gobernador, Rick Scott, en una conferencia de prensa a media tarde.

Anoche, Michael se arremolinaba en el Golfo de México a 470 Km al sur de Panama City, hacia donde avanzaba a 19 km/h, informó el Centro Nacional de Huracanes, con sede en Miami.

Huracán Michael alcanza categoría 3 rumbo a Florida“Michael es un huracán categoría 3 de la escala Saffir Simpson”, escribió el NHC.

“Se espera un fortalecimiento adicional y Michael será un huracán de gran intensidad cuando toque tierra en Florida”.

Luego se debilitará a medida que se interne el jueves por el sureste estadounidense, hacia Georgia y las Carolinas.

El NHC emitió una advertencia de huracán para la franja oeste de Florida, una zona balnearia donde abundan los resorts frente al mar y las comunidades para jubilados, mientras el gobernador declaró estado de emergencia en 35 condados del estado.

Las áreas costeras están bajo órdenes de evacuación obligatoria.

En el condado de Bay en particular, donde está Panama City y se espera su impacto directo, éstas afectan a unos 120,000 residentes, dijo el alguacil Tommy Ford.

“Nunca puedes predecir lo que va a pasar, pero no tiene sentido asumir ese riesgo”, dijo Dean Allred, un residente de esta pequeña ciudad de 36,000 habitantes, al canal NBC cuando terminaba de comprar suministros.

DatoAdvierten que las marejadas pueden llegar a entre 2,7 y 4 metros en algunas áreas del noroeste de Florida, mientras se espera que las lluvias dejen 10 a 20 cm de agua.

El presidente Donald Trump dijo ayer que se había contactado con funcionarios por la tormenta entrante -”una grande”, comentó- y aseguró que el gobierno, incluida la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (Fema), estaba listo.

Las autoridades insisten en que, cuando las condiciones sean muy peligrosas, los socorristas no responderán a los llamados de emergencia.

Si los residentes “deciden quedarse, llegará un momento en que no podremos ir a alcanzarlos”, dijo el jefe de bomberos de Panama City Beach, Larry Couch.

“Cerraremos las operaciones en algún punto y cuando lo hagamos, estarán por su cuenta”, dijo.


          Huracán Michael alcanza categoría 3 rumbo a Florida      Cache   Translate Page      

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El huracán Michael se convirtió este martes en un ciclón de gran intensidad, con categoría 3 de máximo 5, al alcanzar vientos de 195 km/h en su ruta hacia el norte de Florida, donde producirá el miércoles peligrosas lluvias y marejadas.

"Se está cerrando la ventana de tiempo para prepararse", escribió el gobernador de Florida, Rick Scott.

"Esta es una situación seria de riesgo de vida, no asuma ningún riesgo.

Si le han dicho que evacúe, evacúe".

Florida y el estado vecino de Alabama declararon estado de emergencia y las áreas costeras en la zona de impacto están bajo órdenes de evacuación obligatoria.

De acuerdo al noticiero ABC, esto afecta a al menos 120,000 personas.

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El huracán avanza hacia Florida a poco menos de 20 km/hora con vientos máximos sostenidos de 155 km/hora sobre el Golfo de México, y ubicándose a 635 km al sur de la ciudad floridana de Panama City, que recibirá el impacto directo de Michael el miércoles a primera hora de la tarde.

Vea: Trump declara emergencia en EEUU por llegada de huracán Michael"Se espera que se siga fortaleciendo", escribió el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC), con sede en Miami, en su boletín de las 11H00 GMT.

"Se pronostica que Michael será un huracán de gran intensidad [categoría 3 de 5] al tocar tierra en Florida", añadió, y ratificó los "riesgos de vida" que señalados por el gobernador.


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          Concerns in Panama City: Even the Waffle House is closed      Cache   Translate Page      
When Hurricane Michael makes landfall today, it will hit Panama City, Florida, first. As a Category 4 storm, it will be the strongest storm to ever hit the city.

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"El huracán Michael es un fenómeno sin precedentes y no puede compararse con ninguno de los anteriores. No arriesgue su vida, váyase AHORA si se le pidió hacerlo", advierten las autoridades de Florida. Panama City será la ciudad más golpeada.
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          Huracán Michael se acerca a Florida y temen "devastación total"      Cache   Translate Page      

Huracán Michael - Reuters

El norte de Florida se prepara para el "monstruoso" huracán Michael, que podría llevar "devastación total" al noroeste de este estado del sureste estadounidense cuando toque tierra el miércoles con vientos de categoría 3.


Los meteorólogos advierten además de la peligrosa marejada que podría aumentar el nivel del mar hasta 4 metros en la franja noroeste de Florida, cerca de la frontera con Alabama.

Huracán Michael - Reuters


"Es su última oportunidad para prepararse para esta tormenta monstruosa y mortal", dijo el gobernador, Rick Scott, en una conferencia de prensa a media tarde.
A las 21H00 GMT, Michael se arremolinaba en el Golfo de México a 470 Km al sur de Panama City, hacia donde avanzaba a 19 km/h, informó el Centro Nacional de Huracanes, con sede en Miami.


"Michael es un huracán categoría 3 de la escala Saffir Simpson", escribió el NHC. "Se espera un fortalecimiento adicional y Michael será un huracán de gran intensidad cuando toque tierra en Florida".


Luego se debilitará a medida que se interne el jueves por el sureste estadounidense, hacia Georgia y las Carolinas.


El NHC emitió una advertencia de huracán para la franja oeste de Florida, una zona balnearia donde abundan los resorts frente al mar y las comunidades para jubilados, mientras el gobernador declaró estado de emergencia en 35 condados del estado.


Las áreas costeras están bajo órdenes de evacuación obligatoria. En el condado de Bay en particular, donde está Panama City y se espera su impacto directo, éstas afectan a unos 120.000 residentes, dijo el alguacil Tommy Ford.

Huracán Michael - Reuters

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"Nunca puedes predecir lo que va a pasar, pero no tiene sentido asumir ese riesgo", dijo Dean Allred, un residente de esta pequeña ciudad de 36.000 habitantes, al canal NBC cuando terminaba de comprar suministros.


El presidente Donald Trump dijo el martes que se había contactado con funcionarios por la tormenta entrante -"una grande", comentó- y aseguró que el gobierno, incluida la Agencia Federal para el Manejo de Emergencias (FEMA), estaba listo.


"Estamos muy bien preparados. FEMA está lista. Todos estamos listos. Hablamos con el gobernador Scott, hablé con todos los que tenía que hablar", dijo Trump a los periodistas en la Casa Blanca.


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          El huracán Michael sube a categoría 4 a menos de 300 kilómetros de Florida      Cache   Translate Page      
El huracán Michael subió hoy a categoría 4 —de un máximo de 5— con vientos máximos sostenidos de hasta 210 kilómetros por hora en su avance por el Golfo de México en dirección al estado de Florida, según informó hoy el Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC) de EE.UU. De acuerdo al último boletín del NHC de las 06.00 GMT, el ojo de Michael está ubicado 275 kilómetros al suroeste de Apalachicola y 290 kilómetros al sur-suroeste de Panama City, ambas en Florida, y avanza en dirección norte a una velocidad de 19 kilómetros por hora. El NHC alertó en este último boletín de que la fuerza de Michael supone una «situación de peligro mortal». Se espera que Michael toque hoy tierra en Florida y que el jueves atraviese el sureste de EE.UU. en dirección noreste hasta volver a salir al océano Atlántico el viernes. Las predicciones del NHC también indican que Michael se seguirá fortaleciendo durante las próximas horas hasta tocar tierra en Florida, aunque no está claro que alcance la máxima categoría -5- en la escala Saffir-Simpson, reservada para huracanes de 252 kilómetros por hora o más. Michael llega a EEUU semanas después de que el huracán Florence dejase medio centenar de muertos y un rastro de devastación en Las Carolinas.
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PANAMA CITY, Fla. — Hurricane Michael opened its bombardment of the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday morning, with wind and rain beginning to batter the coastline hours before the strengthening Category 4 storm was expected to make landfall with ...
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          Catastrophic Hurricane Michael Headed Onshore      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Michael on Radar at 8am CDT
I've circled (from left) Pennsacola, Panama City,
Apalachicola and Tallahasse
Looking at the data this morning is making me literally sick to my stomach. Hurricane Michael will be the worst hurricane to ever strike the Florida Panhandle.

Sustained winds are now 145 mph with higher gusts. They are expected to be 150 mph at landfall.  The radar just picked up the equivalent of a surface gust to 160 mph!
Storm surge could be 15' in places. The combination of wind-driven water and the wind itself will be deadly to anyone in its path. 

Here is a prediction of the wind swath. 

There is a tornado watch in effect:
Currently winds are gusting to about 32 mph at Panama City's airport. They will increase rapidly through the day.
          Florida Panhandle boarding up for hurricane Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
Residents in Panama City, Florida are boarding up coastal properties and say they're 'a little nervous' as Hurricane Michael approaches with increased intensity. Gavino Garay reports.

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          Franklin Graham Issues Prayer Challenge as Worst Hurricane in Century Churns Toward Mainland      Cache   Translate Page      

Franklin Graham is asking for prayers for Florida and all those in the path of Hurricane Michael. The dangerous Category 4 storm is churning towards Florida and will hit today. 

https://twitter.com/ucjnetwork/status/1049769693974679553

He has asked for prayers several times in the past 24 hours.

https://twitter.com/Franklin_Graham/status/1049731575947124736

He first asked for prayers. Later, he intensified the call after it became clear that the storm would be worse than formerly thought.

https://twitter.com/Franklin_Graham/status/1050005380821061633

He wrote early Wednesday morning, "Hurricane #Michael is now a Cat. 4 and will make landfall sometime today. Forecasters say 'it could be the most powerful storm to hit the Florida Panhandle in 100 years.' Will you join me in praying for everyone who is in the path of this dangerous storm?" 

Later, he shared a photo of local law enforcement. He asked for particular prayers for them as they help those who did not evacuate the storm. 

"Pray for the law enforcement, first responders, and all those preparing for #HurricaneMichael," wrote Graham. 

https://twitter.com/Franklin_Graham/status/1050005968229228544

As Hurricane Michael bears down on Florida, Governor Scott announced that it's officially too late to evacuate. Those in the path of the potentially catastrophic storm, which was upgraded to a Category 4 storm, were told to stay in place.

https://twitter.com/DrShepherd2013/status/1050000682701471744

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said it is the worst storm the Panhandle has seen in a century, reported ABC. No hurricane of Category 4 strength has ever hit that area before.

In a briefing on Wednesday, he had dire words for the people of Florida: "Along our coast, communities are going see unimaginable devastation... The Panhandle and Big Bend will see winds in excess of 145 miles an hour. Think about that. 145 miles an hour. Again, hurricane Michael is forecast to be the most destructive storm to hit the Florida Panhandle in a century."

https://twitter.com/NWSTallahassee/status/1049951697206939648

https://twitter.com/NickMerianos/status/1050017735449571329

While he might have inspired people to evacuate their homes with that warning, he emphasized that it's no longer safe to travel in the panhandle.

"Now the storm is here. It is not safe to travel across the panhandle. If you are in a coastal area, do not leave your house. The time to evacuate in coastal areas has come and gone," said Scott.

https://twitter.com/GregPostel/status/1050001800500269056

Hurricane Michael is inching closer to the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday morning with outer bands already on shore. CNN warned that the storm is still picking up speed. Between 7 am and 8 am ET, the storm increased 5 mph. It is possible that the storm could reach sustained winds of 157 mph at which point it will become a Category 5 storm.

Here is what to expect and when according to ABC News.

https://twitter.com/AntonioParis/status/1050011923037720576

Wednesday:

-- As of 8 a.m., Michael was 80 miles south to southwest of Panama City, Florida.

-- With powerful winds of 145 mph, the storm was moving north at 10 mph.

-- Scott has warned of major flooding. Rainfall may reach 12 inches in Florida.

-- Michael is forecast to move quickly through Georgia and into the Carolinas on Thursday. The Carolinas could see around 6 inches of rain.

 


          Hurricane Michael Becomes Worst Storm to Ever Hit Florida, Gov. Scott Issues Another Warning      Cache   Translate Page      

As Hurricane Michael bears down on Florida, Governor Scott announced that it's officially too late to evacuate. Those in the path of the potentially catastrophic storm, which was upgraded to a Category 4 storm, were told to stay in place.

https://twitter.com/DrShepherd2013/status/1050000682701471744

Florida Gov. Rick Scott said it is the worst storm the Panhandle has seen in a century, reported ABC. No hurricane of Category 4 strength has ever hit that area before.

In a briefing on Wednesday, he had dire words for the people of Florida: "Along our coast, communities are going see unimaginable devastation... The Panhandle and Big Bend will see winds in excess of 145 miles an hour. Think about that. 145 miles an hour. Again, hurricane Michael is forecast to be the most destructive storm to hit the Florida Panhandle in a century."

https://twitter.com/NWSTallahassee/status/1049951697206939648

https://twitter.com/NickMerianos/status/1050017735449571329

While he might have inspired people to evacuate their homes with that warning, he emphasized that it's no longer safe to travel in the panhandle.

"Now the storm is here. It is not safe to travel across the panhandle. If you are in a coastal area, do not leave your house. The time to evacuate in coastal areas has come and gone," said Scott.

https://twitter.com/GregPostel/status/1050001800500269056

Hurricane Michael is inching closer to the Florida Panhandle on Wednesday morning with outer bands already on shore. CNN warned that the storm is still picking up speed. Between 7 am and 8 am ET, the storm increased 5 mph. It is possible that the storm could reach sustained winds of 157 mph at which point it will become a Category 5 storm.

Here is what to expect and when according to ABC News.

https://twitter.com/AntonioParis/status/1050011923037720576

Wednesday:

-- As of 8 a.m., Michael was 80 miles south to southwest of Panama City, Florida.

-- With powerful winds of 145 mph, the storm was moving north at 10 mph.

-- Scott has warned of major flooding. Rainfall may reach 12 inches in Florida.

-- Michael is forecast to move quickly through Georgia and into the Carolinas on Thursday. The Carolinas could see around 6 inches of rain.

 


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Ríkisstjóri Flórída hafði áður skipað öllum að flýja, en nú segir hann það orðið of seint. Vindhraði fellibylsins Mikaels er nú kominn í tæpa 65 metra á sekúndu, en hann er staddur rúmum 100 kílómetra suð-suðvestur af Panamaborg og stefnir óðfluga á Flórída-ríki í Bandaríkjunum. Mikael er nú fjórða stigs fellibylur og sá öflugasti sem skollið hefur á norðvesturhluta Flórída.
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          Waves Pound Destin Beach Hours Before Hurricane Michael Landfall      Cache   Translate Page      
Hours before Category 4 Hurricane Michael was expected to make landfall, the Florida Panhandle was feeling the wind and waves from the powerful storm. At 11am on Wednesday, October 10, the storm was about 60 miles? from Panama City Beach. Shortly before 9am, Michael’s storm surge was moving quickly ashore in Destin, about 55 miles west of Panama City. Credit: Cheryl Law via Storyful
          AccuWeather: If You're in the Path of Michael, Leave Now      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Michael strengthened into a monster category 4 storm overnight, tracking for a Wednesday afternoon landfall near Panama Beach, Florida. Joel Myers, founder and president of AccuWeather, explained the specific dangers of this storm for the southeast.
          Panama City Residents Leave Ahead Of Hurricane Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Michael will bring life-threatening storm surge and heavy rainfall along the state's Panhandle when it makes landfall later today.
          Michael strengthens to a Category 4 hurricane      Cache   Translate Page      
Michael was upgraded to a Category 4 hurricane Wednesday morning, as it continues on its path to Florida's Panhandle.

In an 8 a.m. report, the National Hurricane Center referred to the storm as "potentially catastrophic." Michael is currently moving northward at 13 mph roughly 80 miles southwest of Panama City with sustained winds of 145 mph.…
          Category 4 Hurricane Michael To Make Landfall Wednesday Afternoon      Cache   Translate Page      
As of 10am Wednesday morning, Hurricane Michael was located about 60 miles southwest of Panama City, FL. Max sustained winds were at 145 mph with gusts to 165 mph.This is shaping up to be a catastrophic hurricane for the Florida … Continue reading
          Venta de Apartamento en PH Tower Park Panama SP18-AV137 SEAMLV      Cache   Translate Page      
Venta de Apartamento en PH Tower Park Panama SP18-AV137 SEAMLVDescripción: SEA Confiable vende amplio apartamento de 107 m2 con 3 cómodas recámaras, 2 baños, 1 balcón, 1 depósito y 1 parking en Ph Tower Park. Amplio e iluminado apartamento con línea blanca completa (estufa, refrigeradora, centro de lavado), abanicos de techo que mantienen el ambiente fresco. Hermosa vista y con fácil acceso a las principales vías de la ciudad. Ph con 2 elevadores y 10 años de construcción, seguridad 24 horas, piscina, salón de fiestas o eventos, parque infantil, estacionamientos techados; próximamente con instalación de gimnasio. Zona tranquila, cercana al Parque Omar. AMENIDADES: Piscina, salón de eventos o fiestas, seguridad 24 horas, parque infantil y estacionamiento bajo techo. Próxima instalación de gimnasio.

          HARD ROCK PANAMA MEGAPOLIS UNIDADES DISPONIBLES EN ALQUILER      Cache   Translate Page      
HARD ROCK PANAMA MEGAPOLIS UNIDADES DISPONIBLES EN ALQUILERHARD ROCK PANAMA MEGAPOLIS UNIDADES DISPONIBLES EN ALQUILER Hard Rock Panama Megapolis Alquiler de unidades de 48.5 m2, 62 m2 y 88.5 m2 en pisos altos totalmente amoblados en el Hotel Hard Rock Megapolis. Hay unidades de 1 recámara o 2 recámaras con su sala. El precio del alquiler mensual incluye electricidad, cable TV, internet, agua, acceso al gimnasio y piscinas. Cuente con los beneficios de vivir en un hotel 5 estrellas, seguridad las 24 horas, cámaras de vigilancia, valet parking, cerca de restaurantes, bares, salas de cine, mall Multicentro y mucha diversión. Todo por un sólo pago mensual. Si lo que busca es conveniencia y ubicación este es el lugar que buscas. PARA MÁS INFORMACIÓN: lawylawrealstate(arroba)gmail.com www.lawylawrealstate.inmo.co/ OFRECIENDO SOLUCIONES, NO PROMESAS. ¡MERECES LO MEJOR! CONTÁCTENOS Fijo: 388-2166 Cel: 6658-5500 / 6604-9628

          Casa en Venta ubicada en Clayton 18-1322MEC      Cache   Translate Page      
Casa en Venta ubicada en Clayton    18-1322MECTelf 6590-4669 Hermosa casa en una de las zonas mas prestigiosas de la ciudad, Embassy Club, Clayton, rodeada de naturaleza y a unos minutos del Canal de Panamá. Un completo complejo residencial de la ciudad de Panamá, con su casa club. Es propio para aquellos que aman la tranquilidad y los hermosos paisajes. El conjunto cuenta con areas sociales, jardines, parque infantil, gimnasio y areas deportivas. Cercano a mini centros comerciales con comercios importantes como : Farmacia Arrocha, Banco General, Felipe Motta entre otros. Ubicado cerca de la Ciudad del Saber con mas de 100 empresas y organismos, tales como, la Embajada Americana, la Nunciatura Apostolica, entre otros, Colegios y Universidades. Ideal para quien desea vivir con los beneficios de un residencial de primera categoria. Contactenos,

          Brilla lagunero en atletismo Máster      Cache   Translate Page      

Raúl López Flores, atleta torreonense, volvió a esta ciudad lleno de gloria tras conquistar la ciudad de San José, Costa Rica, lugar que del 5 al 7 de octubre pasados, albergó el XXI Campeonato Centroamericano de Atletismo Máster, logrando resultados de excelencia.

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En el mencionado certamen participan solamente atletas mayores a 30 años, procedentes de países como México, Guatemala, Honduras, Jamaica, Belice, Panamá, Nicaragua, el local en esta ocasión fue Costa Rica, entre otros. López logró adjudicarse 4 medallas para firmar así una exitosa participación en el competitivo certamen internacional.

López obtuvo medalla de oro en la competencia de salto de longitud y en la carrera de relevos 4 por 400, mientras que quedó en el segundo lugar dentro de la carrera 4 por 100 y en la competición individual de los 400 metros, siendo uno de los atletas con mejores resultados, dejando de ésta manera en alto el nombre de la ciudad y del país.

Raúl López se mostró agradecido con el Instituto Municipal del Deporte, en particular con Moisés Arce Daher, director del organismo, por haberle otorgado el apoyo necesario para ir a competir y obtener un gran resultado, junto a otros patrocinadores como la Universidad Iberoamericana Torreón y Dinger. López, quien se ubica en el undécimo lugar del ránking mundial, sigue preparándose rumbo al campeonato del mundo que se disputará el próximo año en Polonia, a donde pretende ir a poner el nombre de Torreón en todo lo alto, compitiendo ante atletas de élite a nivel global.

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          Tricolor femenil está motivado      Cache   Translate Page      

El partido ante Panamá será clave en las aspiraciones de la selección femenil mexicana de futbol, duelo al que las jugadoras llegan motivadas y obligadas al triunfo para acceder a las semifinales del premundial de Concacaf, consideró la portera Cecilia Santiago.

"Estamos contentas, motivadas para el siguiente partido. Sabemos que esto es paso a pasito y llevamos dos juegos, vamos por el tercero, este es clave y fundamental para pensar en nuestro objetivo", aseguró.

Las jugadoras del Tri femenil entrenaron en las instalaciones del WRAL Soccer Park de Cary, Carolina del Norte, rumbo a su último cotejo del Grupo A, que Estados Unidos lidera con seis puntos, mientras mexicanas y panameñas, con tres, se jugarán todo desde las 16:00 horas.

Pese al doloroso revés sufrido ante las anfitrionas en su primer cotejo, las pupilas de Roberto Medina reaccionaron ante Trinidad y Tobago, pero este miércoles un empate o revés las deja sin posibilidades de aspirar al Mundial Francia 2019.

"El partido con Panamá es muy importante. Con Trinidad fue vital sacar esos tres puntos y ahora vamos por tres más que nos harán pasar a la siguiente fase; sabemos que será complicado, pues ellas buscarán hacer su juego, su papel; también saldrán por tres puntos. Hemos trabajado bien y estamos para ganar".

El empate daría el pase a las "canaleras", de las que reiteró forman un equipo difícil "que va a meter mucho el pie para complicarnos", pero del que ya saben cómo juega "y en base a eso crearemos nuestro planteamiento".

Ante la falta de contundencia de las Tricolores, Cecilia Santiago destacó la importancia de marcar, pues eso las llevará al triunfo, a semifinales y a seguir en la lucha dentro del premundial.

"Siempre es importante la definición, ya que es lo que nos va a llevar a los tres puntos. Roberto (Medina) ha dialogado con nosotras de ello, podemos dar más, estamos ahí que es lo importante, pero concretar esas jugadas en el partido es fundamental".

Finalmente, dijo que la clave para salir con la victoria es el trabajo en equipo y seguir al pie de la letra el planteamiento durante los 90 minutos, y aunque habrá complicaciones y nervios "vamos decididas por esos tres puntos".

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          Hurricane Michael, nearing Florida, is now an 'extremely dangerous' and 'life-threatening' Category 4 storm      Cache   Translate Page      

Hurricane Michael has become an "extremely dangerous" Category 4 storm, the National Hurricane Center said early Wednesday, projecting that it will make landfall near Panama City, Florida, Wednesday afternoon. A Category 4 hurricane has maximum sustained winds of at least 130 mph, and experts warn of a dangerous storm surge of up to 13 feet. Hurricane Michael is moving north at 12 mph, and it will be only the fourth major hurricane — Category 3 or higher — to hit the Florida Panhandle since 1950. "If you went to sleep eight hours ago thinking this storm was bad, you are waking up to find out it is catastrophic," said CNN's John Berman on Wednesday morning from Panama City.

If that sounds like typical cable news hyberbole, the National Hurricane Center calls Michael "a life-threatening event for the northeastern portion of the Gulf Coast." The National Weather Service has a similar message, warning Florida Panhandle residents early Wednesday that it is their last chance to evacuate from this "unprecedented" hurricane and possible death.

After the storm makes landfall, it is expected to weaken as it moves across the southeastern United States.


          VIENTOS Y LLUVIAS DE MICHAEL, HURACÁN DE CATEGORÍA 4, AZOTAN LAS COSTAS DE FLORIDA SOBRE GOLFO DE MÉXICO      Cache   Translate Page      

VIENTOS Y LLUVIAS DE MICHAEL, HURACÁN DE CATEGORÍA 4, AZOTAN LAS COSTAS DE FLORIDA SOBRE GOLFO DE MÉXICO
Florida— Michael avanzó sobre la franja noreste de Florida en la madrugada de hoy convertido en un huracán de categoría 4, lanzando una marejada sobre las playas de arena blanca y azotando la costa con vientos y lluvia en las últimas horas antes de tocar tierra.
En apenas unos días, Michael pasó de ser una depresión tropical durante el fin de semana, a la tormenta más potente que registre la historia para este tramo de la costa de Florida, con vientos destructivos, 30 centímetros (un pie) de lluvia y una marejada ciclónica de hasta cuatro metros (13 pies).
El comisario del condado de Bay dio una orden de tomar refugio donde se pueda y el gobernador de Florida, Rick Scott, tuiteó que para la gente en el camino del huracán “el momento de evacuar ha pasado… BUSCAR REFUGIO INMEDIATAMENTE”.
A las 7:00 de la madrugada, EL avión de la Fuerza Aérea que persigue huracanes informó de vientos de hasta 225 kph (140 mph) y con ráfagas aún más fuertes. El vórtice se encontraba 225 kilómetros (140 millas) de Panama City y 209 kilómetros (130 millas) de Apalachicola, pero se trasladaba con relativa rapidez a 21 kph (13 mph). Los vientos con fuerza de tormenta tropical, llegaban a 295 kilómetros (185 millas) del ojo, azotaban ya la costa.
Las autoridades de Florida dijeron que unas 375.000 personas tienen orden de evacuar la costa del golfo. La medida abarca 22 condados desde el Panhandle hasta el centro norte del estado. Pero los temores persisten porque algunos no atendieron a los llamados oficiales cuando el meteoro comenzó a avanzar hacia el norte sobre las cálidas aguas del golfo.
Los preocupados meteorólogos dijeron que tenía potencial para convertirse en una de las peores tormentas en la historia de la región.
“Supongo que es el peor escenario posible. No creo que nadie haya vivido algo así en el Panhandle”, señaló el meteorólogo Ryan Maue, de weathermodels.com, a The Associated Press. “Esto tendrá vientos que dañarán estructuras en la costa y vientos con fuerza de huracán tierra adentro”.
Es posible que el meteoro se fortalezca más antes de tocar tierra en el Panhandle o en la zona conocida como Florida Big Bend, y no comenzará a debilitarse hasta entonces.
“No sabemos si se va a llevar nuestras casas o no”, dijo Jason McDonald, de Panama City, quien agregó que él y su esposa condujeron con sus dos hijos, de 5 y 7 años de edad, hasta el norte de Alabama. “Queremos sacarlos del paso de la tormenta”.
El gobernador de Florida, Rick Scott, advirtió que se trata de un “monstruoso huracán”, mientras que su rival demócrata al Senado, el senador Bill Nelson, declaró que “el muro de agua” podría causar destrucción en el Panhandle.
          “This Is One We’re Not Going To Take A Chance On”, Panama City Residents Evacuate Ahead Of Michael      Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Michael, an extremely dangerous Category 4 hurricane, will bring life-threatening storm surge and heavy rainfall along the state's Panhandle when it makes landfall later today.
          Waffle House never closes. But ahead of Hurricane Michael, this one in Florida did      Cache   Translate Page      
Waffle House – 'the restaurant that never closes' during natural disasters – closed a Panama City Beach location ahead of Hurricane Michael.
      

          Najgorszy uderzenie od kilkunastu lat? Huragan Michael zbliża się do Florydy. Prędkość wiatru przekracza 230 km/h i będzie rosnąć! [VIDEO]      Cache   Translate Page      
Michael zbliża się do wybrzeży Florydy i jak przewidują meteorolodzy uderzy za kilka godzin. Jest huraganem kategorii 4 w pięciostopniowej skali Saffira-Simpsona. Wiatr wieje z prędkością 230 km/h. Huragan jest ok 100 km od brzegów Florydy i przemieszcza się z prędkością ok 20 km/h. Uderzy w ląd w okolicach Panama City Beach. Największe zagrożenie spowodowane […]
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          Supercharged overnight, Hurricane Michael menaces Florida      Cache   Translate Page      

PANAMA CITY, Fla. – Supercharged overnight, Hurricane Michael closed in Wednesday on the Florida Panhandle with potentially catastrophic winds of 145 mph, the most powerful storm on record ever to menace the stretch of fishing towns, military bases and spring-break beaches.

With more than 375,000 people up and down the Gulf Coast warned to evacuate, the hurricane’s leading edge began lashing the white-sand shoreline with tropical storm-force winds, rain and rising seas before daybreak, hours before Michael’s center was expected to blow ashore.

“I really fear for what things are going to look like there tomorrow at this time,” Colorado State University hurricane expert Phil Klotzbach said in an email.

The brute quickly sprang from a weekend tropical depression, reaching a furious Category 4 early Wednesday as it drew energy from the Gulf of Mexico’s warm waters, an unseasonably high 84 degrees. Less than a day earlier, Michael was a Category 2.

“The time to evacuate has come and gone … SEEK REFUGE IMMEDIATELY,” Florida Gov. Rick Scott tweeted, while the sheriff in Panama City’s Bay County issued a shelter-in-place order before dawn.

In St. Marks, John Hargan and his family gathered up their pets and evacuated to a raised building constructed to withstand a Category 5 after water from the St. Marks River began surrounding their home. His 11-year-old son, Jayden, carried one of the family’s dogs in a laundry basket in one arm and held a skateboard in the other as he waded through calf-high water.

Hargan, a bartender at a riverfront restaurant, feared he would lose his home and his job to the storm.

“We basically just walked away from everything and said goodbye to it,” he said, tears welling up. “I’m freakin’ scared I’m going to lose everything I own, man.”

As of 11 a.m. EDT, Michael was centered about 60 miles south of Panama City, its winds at 145 mph, with forecasters saying it could intensify further. It was moving at 14 mph. Hurricane-force winds extended up to 45 miles from its center.

Rainfall could reach up to a foot, and the life-threatening storm surge could swell to 14 feet.

The storm appeared to be so powerful that it is expected to remain a hurricane as it moves over Georgia early Thursday. Forecasters said it will unleash damaging wind and rain all the way into the Carolinas, still recovering from Hurricane Florence’s epic flooding.

“We are in new territory,” National Hurricane Center Meteorologist Dennis Feltgen wrote on Facebook. “The historical record, going back to 1851, finds no Category 4 hurricane ever hitting the Florida panhandle.”

With Election Day less than a month away, the crisis was seen as a test of leadership for Scott, a Republican running for the Senate, and Tallahassee Mayor Andrew Gillum, the Democratic nominee for governor. Just as Northern politicians are judged on how they handle snowstorms, their Southern counterparts are watched closely for how they deal with hurricanes.

Several hours ahead of landfall, seawater was already lapping over the docks at Massalina Bayou near downtown Panama City, and knee-deep water was rising against buildings in St. Marks, which sits on an inlet south of Tallahassee.

Huge waves pounded the white sands of Panama City Beach, shooting frothy water all the way to the base of wooden stairs that lead to the beach.

More than 5,000 evacuees sought shelter in the capital city, which is about 25 miles from the coast but is covered by live oak and pine trees that can fall and cause power outages even in smaller storms.

Only a skeleton staff remained at Tyndall Air Force Base, situated on a peninsula just south of Panama City. The home of the 325th Fighter Wing and some 600 military families appeared squarely targeted for the worst of the storm’s fury, and leaders declared HURCON 1 status, ordering out all but essential personnel.

The base’s aircraft, which include F-22 Raptors, were flown hundreds of miles away as a precaution. The National Hurricane Center predicted 9 to 14 feet of inundation at Tyndall.

Evacuations spanned 22 counties from the Panhandle into north-central Florida. But civilians don’t have to follow orders, and authorities feared many failed to heed their warnings to get out.

“We’ve told those who stayed to have their life jackets on when the storm comes,” Tress Dameron, Franklin County emergency management coordinator, told The News Herald in Panama City.

Meteorologists watched in real time as a new government satellite showed the hurricane’s eye tightening, surrounded by lightning that lit it up like a Christmas tree.

“I guess it’s the worst-case scenario. I don’t think anyone would have experienced this in the Panhandle,” meteorologist Ryan Maue of weathermodels.com said. “This is going to have structure-damaging winds along the coast and hurricane-force winds inland.”

The University of Georgia’s Marshall Shepherd, a former president of the American Meteorological Society, called it a “life-altering event,” writing on Facebook that he watched the storm’s growth on satellite images with a pit in his stomach.


          Wednesday challenges      Cache   Translate Page      
WE are early inside our shuttered home waiting for the hurricane to pass by us to our East which puts us on the good side of the storm. We are experiencing some rain and winds of abut 20 miles per hour now. It is expected to land at Mexico beach and panama city beach area with the worst damage ...
          Hurricane Michael upgraded to major Category 4 storm, surge threat remains high      Cache   Translate Page      

Warm waters in the Gulf have strengthened Hurricane Michael even more than most models predicted. Overnight, the storm was upgraded to Category 4, with sustained winds topping 140. This is an extremely dangerous storm. With life-threatening winds, storm surge, heavy rains, and flooding.Those who can move out of the path of the storm should do so immediately. Those in in the path of the storm must seek shelter. The Red Cross and state agencies have shelters available.

No Category 4 or 5 storm has made landfall on the Florida panhandle since storm records have been kept. There really is no other storm to compare with this one in terms of effect on the local area.

At the moment, the storm is on course to make landfall Wednesday evening very near the vacation spot of Panama City. A massive storm surge is being pushed toward the low-lying coast, which is forecast to be worst in the area immediately east of Panama City and south of Tallahassee. Barrier islands are expected to be completely overtopped, and heavy surge will press inland at least 10-15 miles along rivers and bays. 

The storm is the worst to hit the area in decades, the worst on record for the Panhandle, and will be the first test for many tall hotels and condo complexes built since the last major storm. Though building standards were sharply improved after the destruction of Hurricane Andrew, poor policies in the state, which have emphasized development over safety, put residents at risk. As with many areas of the state, Panama City has added many new homes and buildings since the last time a major hurricane came ashore nearby. Winds several stories up on taller buildings can be expected to be 20+ mph higher than the recorded speeds at ground level, subjecting these buildings, and those standards, to a severe test of the ability to the new standards to face a major storm.

A large part of the region most threatened by surge is more sparsely populated than much of the coast, with a number of wildlife preserves and natural areas. But sparsely populated doesn’t mean not populated. A number of small towns and rural areas could be inundated by the storm.

In other circumstances, Michael could be even more devastating. But the Gulf waters it’s now moving over aren’t just warm, they’re shallow. That places limits on the mass of water available to be pushed forward in the surge, and should help make the difference between awful and truly terrible. It’s going to be bad. It could be worse. But that’s going to be little consolation for those facing a wall of water that surges 10’ or more  above ground level. 


          Panamanian part of the Caribbean Sea for taxon Ophioderma rubicundum Lütken, 1856      Cache   Translate Page      
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          Waffle House, Known For Staying Open During National Disasters, Closes 18 Florida Locations Ahead Of Hurricane      Cache   Translate Page      

Patrons stand under umbrellas in front of a Waffle House restaurant.

Several Waffle House restaurant locations, a staple of southern dining, are closing their doors down in an atypical move for the chain known to rarely, if ever, put up a “Closed” sign in its windows.

Eighteen restaurants in total, located in the evacuation zones of the Florida panhandle, have shut and locked their doors in anticipation of Hurricane Michael, which is approaching the area. The restaurants are located between Panama City and Destin, according to USA Today, a stretch of land that’s about 55 miles long.

At the Panama City Beach location, customers were stunned to see a handwritten “Closed” sign hanging from the inside of the doorway to the restaurant. “I don’t know if I’ve seen that in my entire life,” local television reporter Ryan Kruger said.

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          Supercharged hurricane threatens Florida with 150 mph winds      Cache   Translate Page      
PANAMA CITY, Fla. (AP) - Gaining fury with every passing hour, Hurricane Michael closed in Wednesday on the Florida Panhandle with potentially catastrophic winds of 150 mph, the most powerful storm on record ever to menace the stretch of fishing towns, military bases and spring-break beaches.
          ‘Just Beat It Michael’: Panama City Business Owner’s Message To Massive Hurricane      Cache   Translate Page      
A business owner in Panama City boarded up Tuesday and wrote 'Just Beat It Michael' on his shutters in order to try and make people smile during a serious time.
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Panama City Commissioner Concerned About Marina Project
          LIVE VIDEO: Hurricane Michael, at Category 4 with 150-mph winds, begins pounding Florida Panhandle      Cache   Translate Page      
PANAMA CITY, Fla.  —  A terrifyingly powerful Category 4 Hurricane Michael was poised to become the strongest hurricane to hit the Florida Panhandle in recorded history Wednesday, its rapid strengthening catching some by surprise and leaving anxious officials telling those who didn’t evacuate: It’s time to hunker down. “This is the worst storm that our Florida Panhandle has seen in a century,” Gov. Rick Scott said. “Hurricane Michael is upon us, and now is the time to seek refuge.” The extremely dangerous Michael is […]
          'Potentially Catastrophic' Hurricane Michael on Collision Course with Florida Panhandle       Cache   Translate Page      
Hurricane Michael approached the Florida Panhandle Wednesday just hours after the "extremely dangerous storm" intensified into a Category 4 Hurricane and threatened to make landfall as the strongest hurricane to strike the region in recorded history. Michael packed maximum sustained winds of 240 kilometers per hour and was about 95 kilometers south-southwest of Panama City, Florida, late Wednesday morning, the National Hurricane Center said. The storm's core was expected to hit the Florida Panhandle early Wednesday afternoon with the same strength. Forecasters said a "life-threatening storm surge" pounded the panhandle area Wednesday morning, with the worst storm surge expected later in the day. Later Wednesday and into Thursday, hurricane conditions will continue to spread inland across the panhandle, southeastern Alabama and southwestern Georgia. Heavy rainfall could trigger life-threatening flash flooding later Wednesday from the panhandle and Big Bend regions of Florida and into parts of Georgia, North and South Carolina, and southeast Virginia. Forecasters said the storm could gain even more strength in the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico before reaching land. Storm surge In addition to the powerful winds, Michael is bringing the threat of a dangerous storm surge that could exceed four meters in some places. Rainfall is expected to total 10 to 20 centimeters in parts of Florida, Alabama and Georgia during the next few days, and up to 30 centimeters in isolated areas of those states. Florida Governor Rick Scott Wednesday declared Michael "the worst storm that the Florida Panhandle has seen in more than 100 years. Scott issued mandatory or voluntary evacuation orders for more than 2 million Floridians. Scott, however, said at this point, it is too late to evacuate the panhandle. "Now the storm is here, it is not safe to travel across the panhandle," Scott warned at a morning media briefing. "If you are in a coastal area, do not leave your house. The time to evacuate in coastal areas has come and gone." Federal Emergency Management Agency Director Brock Long told reporters that people "who stick around and experience storm surge unfortunately don't usually live to tell about it." Long said FEMA is working hand in hand" with Governor Scott. He also said aircraft are ready to support any search and rescue missions in affected areas and that staging areas with emergency supplies have been established in Atlanta, Georgia and at Maxwell Air Force Base in Alabama. In addition to Florida, states of emergency have been declared for Alabama and Georgia. Associate FEMA administrator Jeff Byard told reporters the region should prepare for "major infrastructure damage" to electrical and wastewater treatment systems as well as transportation networks. National Guard About 2,500 National Guard troops are helping with storm preparations and ready to assist with evacuations, while more than 4,000 others are on standby. President Donald Trump said federal emergency officials are standing by to help with recovery efforts. The National Hurricane Center said Michael is the first major storm to hit the Florida Panhandle since Hurricane Dennis in 2005. The storm will drift into the mid-Atlantic States and out to sea by Friday. Michael has already having soaked parts of Central America and Cuba with heavy rains, causing flooding and power outages. At least 13 storm-related deaths have been reported in El Salvador, Honduras and Nicaragua. WATCH: Explainer - What is a Hurricane?
          The Latest: Hurricane Michael to push Carolinas storm surge      Cache   Translate Page      
PANAMA CITY, Florida (AP) " The Latest on Hurricane Michael (all times Eastern):Noon:Hurricane Michael will weaken once its core hits land and stops drawing strength from the warm waters of the Gulf of Mexico.But forecasters say it won't dissipate quickly. In fact, Michael is expected to whip parts of Alabama and Georgia with hurricane-force winds as it travels north.The National Hurricane Center expects Michael to hold tropical storm strength through Thursday as [...]
          Gobierno colombiano activa plan de contingencia por huracán Michael en EE.UU. - El Nuevo Diario      Cache   Translate Page      

El Gobierno de Colombia activó un plan de contingencia para atender a los colombianos que se puedan ver afectados por el paso del huracán Michael de categoría 4 que llegará en las próximas horas al sureste de EE.UU., informó hoy la Cancillería.

"Solicitamos a todos los colombianos que residan en las zonas que posiblemente se verán afectadas o se encuentren en viajes de turismo o de negocios, estar atentos a los avisos y recomendaciones de las autoridades locales y organismos de socorro ante la situación y su evolución", dijo la Cancillería en un comunicado.

Según los reportes meteorológicos de Estados Unidos el huracán Michael avanza a 13 millas por hora (20 km/h) y con vientos de hasta 145 millas por hora (230 km/h), que aún pueden hacerse más fuertes, en dirección a la costa noroccidental de Florida.

Un hombre corre para comprobar su embarcación ante la llegada del huracán Michael en Panamá City, Florida. EEF/END.

La Cancillería instó a que las personas se comuniquen con las autoridades locales y reporten su situación al Centro Integral de Atención al Ciudadano (CIAC) del Ministerio de Relaciones Exteriores.

También informó que habilitará sus redes sociales, líneas telefónicas y demás canales para atender las inquietudes de los colombianos, así como informar a quienes "no puedan contactar a sus seres queridos" y requieran "obtener noticias de sus familiares", se agregó en la información.

El Centro Nacional de Huracanes (NHC), con sede en Miami, advirtió hoy en su más reciente boletín que el nivel del mar está "subiendo rápidamente" y de un posible nuevo fortalecimiento de este huracán "potencialmente catastrófico", antes de que toque tierra en algún punto del "Panhandle" (el mango de la sartén), como se conoce esa zona de Florida, pasado el mediodía.


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Television journalists are out standing in the rain for Hurricane Michael, and they should just stop.

It’s sort of pointless when the camera lens is covered with water and you can’t see or hear the reporter.

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