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          Haiti 10 Gourdes bankjegy (UNC) 2016 - Jelenlegi ára: 210 Ft      Cache   Translate Page      

Haiti 10 Gourdes bankfriss papírpénz.
2016-os kiadás, csodálatos motívumokkal.
Az áru a képeknek megfelelő minőségű!
A NYERTES AZ AUKCIÓ LEZÁRTÁT KÖVETÖ 72 ÓRÁN BELÜL LÉPJEN VELEM EMAILBEN KAPCSOLATBA, AZ ADÁSVÉTEL GYORS LEBONYOLÍTÁSA ÉRDEKÉBEN. FIZETÉS 10 NAPON BELÜL!
Ha bizonytalan, kérdése van az áruval kapcsolatban, előbb tegye fel kérdéseit a Kérdezzen az eladótól menüpont alatt, és csak azt követően licitáljon! Az áru megnyerése esetén ha nem veszi át, negatív értékelést adok, és az árut újralistázom!
Fizetés után (banki átutalással vagy rózsaszín postai csekken való befizetéssel) postázom az elnyert tételt ajánlott levélben.
Csak akkor licitáljon, ha elfogadja a feltételeket! Kellemes böngészést!

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Jelenlegi ára: 210 Ft
Az aukció vége: 2018-12-05 00:43
          5 Interesting and Offbeat Halloween Costume Ideas      Cache   Translate Page      

Rubiks Cube Halloween Costume

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With Halloween just around the corner, it can be tough for busy parents to find the time to brainstorm a creative costume. Often, it's tempting to just head to a big box store and purchase a ready-made getup from off the shelf.

However, Halloween expenses can add up, and store-bought costumes also can be kind of boring and forgettable.

So, here are five fun and easy costume ideas for Halloween.

To make some of these costumes, you may need:

  • Glue gun
  • Double-sided tape
  • Electrical or black tape
  • Elastic

1) Gumball Machine

A fun, unusual and unforgettable costume, a gumball machine is a great way to make memories when as you spend an evening trooping around the neighborhood in search of Halloween treats.

It takes about 2 hours to create.

  1. Paint a plastic soda bottle cap with silver paint. With a hot-glue gun, glue to red hat.
  2. Cut a 5 out of black craft foam and glue to pants leg.
  3. Cut hood and sleeves off a clear raincoat; put on backward (snaps in back). Use a 30-inch piece of elastic as a belt; blouse coat over it.
  4. Blow up 20 multicolored balloons halfway. Put in through back of coat. Snap up coat.
  5. Cut off excess, if any.

2) Bubble Bath

This costume also makes use of light, vibrant colors to create a cheery atmosphere on Halloween night. It takes about an hour to make.

  1. Cut a hole in the bottom of an inflatable baby rubber ducky bathtub. Leave at least 2 inches for the rim.
  2. On the remaining bottom rim, punch two holes near the front and back. To make the suspenders from wide ribbon, measure your child from shoulder to waist and multiply by 2; cut two lengths of ribbon to that size.
  3. Thread through the holes, knotting the ends underneath to secure.
  4. Blow up 15 white balloons and attach them with double-stick tape inside the tub and to the sides to make it look like bubbles are overflowing.

Accessorize with bath poufs as hair accessories, and you're ready to go out trick-or-treating!

3) Raining Cats and Dogs

This costume is fun, and takes about an hour to make.

  1. Find a child-size transparent umbrella.
  2. Use stencils to trace cats and dogs (about 15 of each) onto black felt.
  3. Cut out the cats and dogs, and, keeping about 8 in reserve, glue to the outside of the umbrella.
  4. Use a needle and white thread to dangle the remaining cutouts to the edge of the umbrella, as though they were drops of rain.

Wear with a raincoat and boots, and spend the night knocking on doors in search of candy.

4) Spaghetti and Meatballs

An offbeat and memorable costume, this takes about 3 hours to make. You'll need a lightweight aluminum pot for this costume.

  1. Cut a hole for the head in the center of a red-checkered tablecloth (or 1.25 yards of 45-inch-wide red-checkered fabric) so that it can be worn like a poncho.
  2. Cut 1/2 skein f off-white yarn into spaghetti-length pieces. With a hot-glue gun, glue them in swirls and bunches to a large, sturdy paper plate.
  3. Paint 8 small styrofoam balls with brown acrylic paint to resemble meatballs. Let dry, then glue 4 or 5 balls to top of spaghetti.
  4. Mix brown and red acrylic paint to make a tomato-sauce color; drip that over meatballs and spaghetti. Smear a little on the side of a small pot.
  5. Glue the plate to the front of the tablecloth.
  6. Glue remaining meatballs to tablecloth where you like.
  7. Glue some strands of yarn to the pot "hat."

Tie under chin if needed to keep pot on head.

5) Rubik's Cube

An offbeat and somewhat complicated Halloween costume, this takes about 2 hours to make.

  1. Cut holes for the head and arms in a square box (we used a 16 by 16-inch). Cut the flaps off the open end so that child can pull the finished cube over head.
  2. With craft glue, glue four 8 1/2 by 11-inch sheets of green paper to one side. Repeat with blue, orange, yellow and red paper on other sides. (You may need more if you use a larger box than we did.)
  3. Create the squares with black electrical tape.

Wear some dark clothes (be sure to bring a flashlight so motorists can see you!), and you're set!

Is Halloween Celebrated in Turks and Caicos?

"Is Halloween celebrated in the Caribbean?" is one of the questions our concierge gets asked a lot at this time of year. The answer? "It's complicated."

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Halloween itself is generally not observed in Caribbean culture, which can be quite religious. More than 90 per cent of people in the Turks and Caicos identify as Christian, compared to the more secular United States.

For this reason, and also because Turks and Caicos is a British Overseas Territory, with many British rather than American traditions, Halloween is not as much a part of the culture as on the mainland.

Celebrating Halloween in Turks and Caicos

Still, Halloween starting to be observed in Turks and Caicos each year, making a late-October or early-November holiday in Turks and Caicos great for families.

Different resorts host Halloween celebrations each year, and events for families are typically held in and around the Bight neighborhood, just off central Grace Bay Beach.

In past years a Halloween party was held at Provo Elementary School, but each year it often depends on the resort to organized events, so be sure to check TripAdvisor for up-to-date information.

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          Ten Reasons Why Providenciales Was Prince’s Secret Hideaway      Cache   Translate Page      

Recently the world discovered that Providenciales is home to a stunning Caribbean hideaway belonging to the late singer Prince. The mansion in Turks and Caicos is an oceanfront property, features 10 bedrooms and a purple driveway, and went on on sale for $12 million following the singer's death in 2016.

And now, two years later, Prince's Turks and Caicos estate is up for auction. Why did Prince and other celebrities choose Providenciales for their secret hideout? Let's take a look.

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Prince's mansion has captured the world's imagination

Reason #1: Beautiful Beaches

The Sands - Grace Bay Beach

There is over 230 miles of beach, most of it softest white sands on Earth. Need we say more?

Grace Bay beach is frequently ranked the world's best beach, thanks to its soft sand, clear waters and incredible turquoise hues. Prince's mansion enjoys its own private stretch of shoreline, looking out over the azure sea.

Providenciales itself is also regularly named a top island destination in the world, mostly for its relative seclusion and pristine beauty.

Reason #2: We're off the Beaten Track

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We’re quite close to the mainland, yet still remain relatively undiscovered.

The Turks and Caicos Islands are located 575 miles southeast of Miami, Florida, just below the Bahamas chain and to the east of Cuba and the island of Hispaniola (Dominican Republic and Haiti). Although they're less than an hour by air from the mainland, Turks and Caicos are still located in a relatively quiet corner of the Caribbean -- perfect for celebrities who want to remain out of sight.

And there are many opportunities to stay off the beaten track. The Turks and Caicos Islands consist of 40 islands and cays, and each one offers a chance for a celebrity to enjoy a private Caribbean vacation.

Reason 3: We're Sublimely Beautiful

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From beautiful beaches to truly turquoise seascapes, Turks and Caicos is unbelievably beautiful. Why wouldn't Prince want to spend his vacation time here?

The natural beauty is not limited to Providenciales. From the majestic caves of North Caicos to isolated Dragon Cay on Middle Caicos, we're located in an exceptionally beautiful part of the world.

Reason 4: We're Close to the Mainland

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Providenciales International Airport (PLS) is also centrally-located, and it takes typically less than 15 minutes to travel to any resort on the island, or any private residence.

Celebrities, like anyone else, want to spend less time in traffic and more time enjoying their vacation and the beach.

Reason 5:

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While Grace Bay Beach may be the jewel in the Turks and Caicos crown, many other spectacular beaches await you here on the island of Providenciales.

The Turks and Caicos Islands themselves are the tips of banks (basically coral atolls) that rise nearly 3000 meters above the ocean floor.

The bank on which our islands sit is made from the remains of ancient corals and shelled creatures. The chalky limestone has gradually eroded over time to give us the beautiful powdery sand that has made Grace Bay Beach a favorite location for so many people around the world.

All this means there are many secluded white-sand beaches to be explored by celebrity and regular visitors alike. Learn more about Turks and Caicos beaches.

Drone Footage of Prince's Turks and Caicos Estate

Want to know more about Prince's mansion? Watch this great video that includes a ton of overhead footage shot by drone!

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          What Islands Are in the Caribbean?      Cache   Translate Page      

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What islands are in the Caribbean? And which island is best for planning your perfect vacation?

There are at least 700 islands, reefs and cays in the Caribbean, and every one of them promises adventure for travelers. Some offer all the comforts of home, while others are harder to reach and provide rewards for explorers.

To help you understand where everything is to plan your vacation, let's take a look at the geography of the Caribbean.

Map of the Caribbean

Lesser Antilles and Leeward Islands

When you start researching the Caribbean, you'll encounter two terms: "Lesser Antilles" and "Leeward Islands." These are major island chains in the region, and home to some of the most famous vacation destinations in the world.

But what exactly are they?

Leeward Islands

The Leeward Islands face the open Atlantic Ocean to the east, in the outer, southeast corner of the Caribbean.

The islands get their name from the time when sailing ships were the only form of transportation across the Atlantic Ocean between Europe and its Caribbean colonies. The Leeward Islands include Anguilla, St. Martin, Guadeloupe and other islands.

The Leeward Islands' counterparts are the Windward Islands to their southeast, including St. Lucia, Barbados and Trinidad.

In terms of where each island chain gets its name, in sailing terminology, "windward" means towards the source of the wind, while "leeward" is the opposite direction.

In the Caribbean, the prevailing winds, known as the trade winds, blow out of the southeast. Therefore, an island to the northwest, such as Puerto Rico, would typically be leeward of an island to the southeast, such as Antigua. As well, Antigua would typically be windward of Puerto Rico, but leeward of Guadeloupe and Martinique.

Lesser Antilles

While most people can easily name individual islands and nations that make up the Greater Antilles -- Jamaica, Cuba, Dominican Republic, Haiti and Cuba -- the Lesser Antilles can be harder to identify.

The Lesser Antilles, a chain of volcanic islands stretching along the southeastern edge of the Caribbean, also includes the Leeward and Windward Islands. So, the Lesser Antilles includes popular vacation destinations such as the Barbados, Antigua and the US Virgin Islands.

What About Turks and Caicos?

The islands of the Turks and Caicos aren't technically located in the Caribbean at all. Instead, we're in the Atlantic Ocean, and are part of the Bahama Archipelago, to the north of Cuba and to the east of Florida.

The Turks and Caicos shares many characteristics with the Bahamas, the country and island chain to the northwest of us. We share blue seas, white sand beaches, and a similar culture.

Caicos Islands by Satellite

However, it's Providenciales here in Turks and Caicos that is regularly recognized as one of the top travel destinations in the world. And it's Grace Bay that is also regularly voted the world's best beach.

All together, the islands of the the Greater Antilles, the Lesser Antilles and the Bahamas, including Turks and Caicos, make up the West Indies.

Popular Caribbean Island Destinations

The Caribbean and the West Indies are filled with tropical vacation destinations to suit every wallet and every taste. Generally speaking, your travel budget and accessibility -- how long it will take you to reach your destination -- are two of the biggest considerations when planning a Caribbean trip.

With those considerations in mind, here are several Caribbean destinations popular with people all over the world.

St. Martin

One of the Leeward Islands in the southeastern Caribbean, St. Martin is one island shared by two countries, France and the Netherlands. St. Martin is famous for its airport adjacent the beach, where jumbo jets fly low right over holidaymakers.

St. Martin is a beloved airport destination because of its direct flights from Europe and the United States, and its mix of French, Dutch and Caribbean culture. Unfortunately, the 2017 hurricane season left both the island and the airport significantly damaged.

Haiti

While many travelers visit its neighbor, the Dominican Republic, Haiti is a mostly overlooked Caribbean destination. Although Haiti is quite poor, it has developed into a cruise ship destination with all-inclusive resorts. The history and culture of the country offers many opportunities for more adventurous tourists.

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While Haiti is quite beautiful, because of its location it also tends to experience more than its fair share of hurricanes from September to November. Travel between the airport and resorts can be challenging, so visitors should exercise caution.

St. Lucia

This isolated island hidden away in a remote corner of the Caribbean is a romantic paradise for lovers. Forested mountains tower above pristine beaches, and ultra-exclusive resorts hide among the trees.

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St. Lucia is one of the more spectacular destinations in the Caribbean, but, even with direct flights from the United States it can be hard to reach -- plan on booking an entire day just on travel. The tree-top resorts are also generally aimed at luxury travelers with big budgets.

Turks and Caicos.. The Perfect Caribbean Destination?

Turks and Caicos, still largely undiscovered by mass tourism, is not only off the beaten track, but is also easy to reach from the mainland. It's about an hour by air from Fort Lauderdale to Providenciales (PLS), with direct flights to Turks and Caicos from other major airports including Atlanta, Boston and New York.

And, what's more, the beautiful award-winning beaches here on Providenciales have to be seen to be believed.

The average temperature ranges between 85 and 90 degrees (29-32 degrees Celsius) from June to October, and in an average year the Turks and Caicos has 350 days of sunshine.

The Sands at Grace Bay is located directly on beautiful Grace Bay, right on the beach. With our pool and spacious suites, we're a family favorite. We're just a short 15 minute drive from the airport, so you'll spend more of your time enjoying your vacation.

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          What is the Best Season to Visit Turks and Caicos and Other Questions      Cache   Translate Page      

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We get asked a lot of questions about Turks and Caicos. Here are some of the most common FAQs.

When is the best time of year to visit the Turks and Caicos?

This is a question we're asked at lot. The the weather is great at any time of the year. There is somewhat more more rain in April and May, as well as at the end of the year, but not enough to change vacation plans.

Peak hurricane season is in September and October. It’s hottest here in August and September, and it’s coolest in January and February. The week after New Years in January is traditionally a slow. It’s least crowded in September and October.

Where Are the Turks and Caicos?

The Turks and Caicos Islands is an archipelago of 40 cays and islets located about an hour by air from Miami, and about 3 hours by air from New York.

The Turks and Caicos sit atop the Caicos Bank. It’s a massive underwater seamount rising up from the deeps of the ocean floor. Just offshore to the north of the Caicos islands run barrier reefs. To the south lies the shallow waters of the Caicos Bank.

How Easy is It to Travel Here?

There are direct flights between Providenciales Airport (PLS) and many cities throughout North America and Canada, including New York, Atlanta, Miami, Toronto and Montreal.

For daily flight information, please consult the Turks and Caicos Airport Authority.

Besides offering flights to South Caicos and North Caicos, locally-based Caicos Express Airways also offers flights to BahamasCubaJamaicaCayman IslandsHispaniola (Dominican Republic & Haiti), and Eastern Caribbean.

Do You Need a Visa to Visit Turks and Caicos?

For tourist stays up to 30 days, U.S. citizens need a passport, naturalization certificate, or original certified birth certificate as well as photo identification, onward or return tickets, and sufficient funds for their stay.

Can I use my cellphone or my ATM card?

Cell phone: yes, but beware of roaming charges. Buy a prepaid SIM card from a local carrier on Providenciales, or just use Skype.

ATM card: most will work at Scotia Bank machines.

How Is Shopping On Turks and Caicos? What About Internet Service?

If you’re considering relocating to Turks and Caicos, be reassured: there’s reliable Internet on Providenciales offered by a variety of providers.

For shopping, many locals depend on IGA’s Graceway chain of supermarkets. Grace Bay, the main tourist area of Providenciales, features Graceway Gourmet, an upscale grocery store with fine, natural and organic foods.

What are Taxes Like in Turks and Caicos?

There is no income tax in Turks and Caicos.

There is a one-time stamp duty or land-transfer tax, payable to the Turks and Caicos Government when purchasing real estate, but that’s it.

Stamp duty ranges from 6.5-percent to 10-percent. This is a one-time land transfer tax, based on price and location of the property. There are no capital gains or estate taxes on real estate.

What’s healthcare like on Providenciales?

Health services provided at the center includes emergency care, dental, dialysis, internal medicine, surgical, orthopedic, obstetric and endoscopic procedures, physiotherapy and diagnostic imaging.

Day to day healthcare and emergency services are handled by private clinics. There is also a hospital, Cheshire Hall Medical Centre, which many of the services that one would find in the USA or Canada.

If you are not a resident of the Turks and Caicos and do not have an employer, you must sign up for private medical insurance before coming to the island.

What is food like in Turks and Caicos?

If you travel to the Turks and Caicos today you’ll be able to choose from almost every cuisine on earth.

This is because, as the islands have become more popular as a tourist destination, people have been attracted from all over the world to live and work here.

The island of Providenciales in particular offers everything from sushi and high-end fusion cuisine to Indian and Chinese food.

Traditional dishes include conch and hominy, cod fish cakes and corn bread. Steamed conch, stewed conch, and stewed fish and grits.

Crab and rice, which features the blue crab common to the islands, is also a local comfort food.

Got Questions about Turks and Caicos?

If you have any questions about Turks and Caicos, leave us a comment below! We will be happy to give you an answer.

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          UN appeals for record $4 billion to help the people of Yemen      Cache   Translate Page      

The UN appealed Tuesday for $4 billion to cover humanitarian needs in Yemen in 2019 – its largest country appeal ever – and announced its first appeal related to Venezuela, calling for $738 million to help those who have fled the country’s economic meltdown and health crisis.

 

The UN appeal to help some 2.2 million Venezuelans living in neighbouring South American countries was one of 31 humanitarian response plans released for 2019 by the UN’s emergency aid coordination body, OCHA, in an overall $21.9 billion donor funding request.

 

The total price tag is swollen by Yemen, where the UN’s call to help 15 million people is the largest country appeal in the UN’s history. The equivalent appeal for aid within Syria was $3.64 billion in 2018, while costs for Syrian refugees across multiple countries was an additional $5.6 billion.

 

Intensifying conflict and displacement, hunger, irregular imports, and a macro-economic crunch have driven 24 million people – nearly 80 percent of Yemen’s population – into need, and half of those may require food assistance in the months ahead, according to the UN.

 

UN aid chief Mark Lowcock said “the extreme edge could get taken off the suffering” in Yemen if peace talks and the military outlook improve, but the UN planning is looking at “what the situation will actually be, rather than wishful thinking”.

 

Vittorio Infante, humanitarian advocacy advisor for the NGO Islamic Relief, said that given the scale of Yemen’s humanitarian crisis, especially in the province of Hodeidah where recent fighting has made conditions worse, the UN’s record ask was merited.

 

“$4 billion is a lot of money, but this pales in comparison to the dire need in Yemen, where [the majority] of the population are relying on humanitarian aid to survive,” Infante told IRIN.

 

“Our staff in Hodeidah are helping people with literally nothing left because they have sold all their belongings just to make sure that their families are fed. However, as long as this conflict continues, this amount will merely be a plaster on a fragile humanitarian situation.”

 

The Venezuelan appeal, meanwhile, is set to help Colombia and other host countries, but it does not cover needs inside Venezuela, where the government resists any labelling of events as a humanitarian crisis.

 

A UN-managed emergency fund released $9.2 million to UN agencies to step up humanitarian-related responses within Venezuela in November.

 

“People describe what’s going on in different ways,” Lowcock told IRIN, referring to Venezuela’s reluctance to term it a humanitarian crisis, adding that inside the country the UN is only “trying to scale up our support” and expand its “normal activity”.

 

Mixed picture

In Geneva to launch the package, dubbed the Global Humanitarian Overview, Lowcock said the UN and its NGO and governmental partners had drawn up plans to help 93.6 million people in 2019 – about one in 70 of the world population. The number of people in need and the value of total appeals would be about the same as in 2018, reaching a price tag of around $25 billion once Syria’s plan was completed, he said.

 

Syria’s response plan is as yet uncosted. Lowcock said finishing it was delayed until February while the UN attempts to gather fresh data on needs inside the country. The update will require Syrian government flexibility on in-country surveys and access to boost the credibility and data behind funding requests – a measure demanded by donors on which Lowcock has been seeking Damascus’ cooperation.

 

According to OCHA, a number of situations around the world have eased this year, including in Burundi, Iraq, and Somalia. Others have improved and no longer require emergency plans: Burkina Faso, Mauritania, and Senegal.

 

But some situations have worsened. in Cameroon, the number of people in need has jumped 77 percent thanks to a brewing civil war, while Afghanistan’s appeal, due in part to conflict and drought, is 41 percent higher.

 

A third category contains countries where the situation remains serious but relatively unchanged: the Democratic Republic of Congo, Ethiopia, Nigeria, and South Sudan.

 

 

UN-coordinated humanitarian response plans are a compendium of projects from UN agencies and NGOs on the assistance they will provide, such as supplying food, running clinics, providing clean water, and setting up shelter.

 

Even though they are presented as meeting only the highest priority needs, the plans are, on average, only 56 percent funded in 2018. Some emergencies struggle to capture donor interest (Haiti got only 11.2 percent of the requested funding), while others, like Afghanistan and Iraq, which command greater international attention, tend to do better.

 

Separately on Monday, the International Committee of the Red Cross announced its 2019 emergency appeal, for 2.1 billion Swiss Francs, for which Syria, South Sudan, and Iraq are the largest country operations.

(TOP PHOTO: Displaced families from Hodeidah receive UNHCR assistance in Bajil district, Hodeidah province, Yemen. CREDIT: Haitham al-Akhali/UNHCR)

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          Environmentally benign and Cost-Effective Synthesis of Water Soluble Red Light Emissive Gold Nanoclusters: Selective and Ultra-Sensitive Detection of Mercuric Ions      Cache   Translate Page      
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          #HustleInBK Beauty Azia Drops ‘Brooklyn Girl’ Video With Incorrigible Costar Darnell As Love Interest      Cache   Translate Page      

Azia “Brookyln Girl” Video

A “Hustle In Brooklyn” star is showing off her rap skills in a new video. Azia’s dropped her “Brooklyn Girl” video that clearly pays homage to her BK roots and celebrates her upbringing. The Haitian and


          Chirurg Šebek na lovu investorů. Web uLékaře.cz podpoří Fryc či Rozhoň      Cache   Translate Page      
Tomáš Šebek je odvážný chirurg, který jezdí na mise s Lékaři bez hranic na Haiti či do Afghánistánu, ale také velmi schopný byznysmen – před lety založil agenturu MeDitorial, která pomáhá s medicínským marketingem, PR a vzděláváním lékařů. A také stál se svým kamarádem Rudou Ringelhánem u zrodu webu uLékaře.cz, který je dnes největší lékařskou […]
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Powell Broadcasting has announced that it has sold the three Panama City FL stations that it took Silent following Hurricane Michael to Gulf Coast Broadcasting. The buyer, is headed by Samuel Rogatinsky who also owns Brokered Haitian 1340 WPBR Lantana/West Palm Beach and translators 96.1 W241AX Boca Raton, 97.5 W248CK Twentymile Bend, and the CP […]

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          Prioritizing surveillance activities for certification of yaws eradication based on a review and model of historical case reporting      Cache   Translate Page      
by Christopher Fitzpatrick, Kingsley Asiedu, Anthony W. Solomon, Oriol Mitja, Michael Marks, Patrick Van der Stuyft, Filip Meheus Background The World Health Organization (WHO) has targeted yaws for global eradication. Eradication requires certification that all countries are yaws-free. While only 14 Member States currently report cases to WHO, many more are known to have a … Continua la lettura di Prioritizing surveillance activities for certification of yaws eradication based on a review and model of historical case reporting
          Presidente haitiano por ampliar y diversificar la cooperación con Cuba (+Fotos)      Cache   Translate Page      

El presidente de Haití Jovenel Moïse manifestó hoy el interés de su país por ampliar y diversificar la cooperación con Cuba, sobre todo en sectores como la gestión del agua y las fuentes renovables de energía.

Destaca Díaz-Canel 20 años de colaboración médica de Cuba con Haití


           Comment on Butter No Parsnips by Frances       Cache   Translate Page      
Ha! My daughter's high-school French teacher one year -- a funny little man, originally from one of the French colonial islands, Haiti, I believe -- used to head off student excuses with this phrase -- "That don't butter no parsnips with me"! (Yes, his grammar usually was of a much higher standard, both in English and French ;-) And, in fact, I ate a delicious parsnip soup just a few weeks ago, staying with my friend in Edinburgh -- she's a Scot, but married to a Frenchman, has been living in France for decades now. I asked her if parsnips were typical fare in Scotland, and she said they were on the menu through her French experience. . . They're generally in the grocery stores here during the winter and occasionally found on restaurant menus, sometimes done up as fries the way you enjoyed them. Thanks for the reminder -- I'm thinking a good thick bowl of puréed parsnip soup would be delicious with the bread I have in the oven right now. . .
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Puerto Príncipe.– Al menos 59 personas murieron el pasado 13 de noviembre en la zona de La Saline, en la capital haitiana, según denunció en un informe, al que tuvo acceso hoy Efe, la Red Nacional para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos de Haití (Rnddh), que lo calificó como una “masacre de Estado”.

La organización, que identificó a 45 de los fallecidos, atribuyó lo ocurrido a bandas armadas que operan con el supuesto apoyo de miembros de la Policía de este país, que atraviesa por una situación de inseguridad muy grave, con la muerte en el último mes de policías y civiles.

Entre las víctimas hay 16 mujeres y 6 menores de edad, agregó el informe, que precisó que al menos 7 mujeres fueron violadas y que 150 casas fueron escenarios de actos vandálicos, además de que algunas de ellas fueron quemadas.

El pasado 15 de noviembre, dos días después de los hechos, la Rnddd denunció el hallazgo de al menos diez cadáveres tirados entre la basura en una calle de La Saline, cerca de la sede del Parlamento.

En su informe, la entidad deploró estos hechos sangrientos, al tiempo que lamentó que la única reacción a lo sucedido fue la del primer ministro, Jean Henry Ceant, el 23 de noviembre, cuando anunció que se abrió una investigación respecto a los hechos.

Ante la falta de datos oficiales, la Rnddh precisó que aún no se dispone de información precisa sobre las pérdidas humanas y materiales, por lo que demandó una investigación y reclamó a las autoridades “dejar de proporcionar armas y municiones a las pandillas armadas porque la circulación incontrolada de estas armas de fuego en el país empeora cada día la situación de inseguridad”.

“La masacre de La Saline no puede quedar impune”, agregó el informe. Precisamente, la Policía Nacional de Haití (PNH) anunció ayer el arresto de más de 80 personas durante una operación contra bandas armadas en la capital.

El portavoz de la Policía, Gary Desrosiers, dio a conocer que durante el operativo el domingo se incautaron municiones y armas, incluyendo una automática que pertenece a la propia institución.

“Esta operación era para liberar las zonas de bandidos armados; no nos vamos a parar. Estamos satisfechos, pero tenemos más trabajo por hacer”, agregó Desrosiers.

Reveló que la Policía Nacional desarrolló la operación con el apoyo del cuerpo de la ONU presente en Haití, la Minujusth, y que las autoridades policiales están determinadas a continuar con ese trabajo y capturar a todo aquel que esté vinculado a actuaciones ilegales.

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          Denuncian muerte de 59 personas a manos de bandas armadas en Haití      Cache   Translate Page      

EN PUERTO PRINCIPE, 04 Diciembre 2018: Al menos 59 personas murieron el pasado 13 de noviembre en la zona de La Saline, en la capital haitiana, según denunció en un informe, al que tuvo acceso hoy Efe, la Red Nacional para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos de Haití (Rnddh), que lo calificó como una "masacre de Estado".

La organización, que identificó a 45 de los fallecidos, atribuyó lo ocurrido a bandas armadas que operan con el supuesto apoyo de miembros de la Policía de este país, que atraviesa por una situación de inseguridad muy grave, con la muerte en el último mes de policías y civiles.

Entre las víctimas hay 16 mujeres y 6 menores de edad, agregó el informe, que precisó que al menos 7 mujeres fueron violadas y que 150 casas fueron escenarios de actos vandálicos, además de que algunas de ellas fueron quemadas.

El pasado 15 de noviembre, dos días después de los hechos, la Rnddd denunció el hallazgo de al menos diez cadáveres tirados entre la basura en una calle de La Saline, cerca de la sede del Parlamento.

En su informe, la entidad deploró estos hechos sangrientos, al tiempo que lamentó que la única reacción a lo sucedido fue la del primer ministro, Jean Henry Ceant, el 23 de noviembre, cuando anunció que se abrió una investigación respecto a los hechos.

Ante la falta de datos oficiales, la Rnddh precisó que aún no se dispone de información precisa sobre las pérdidas humanas y materiales, por lo que demandó una investigación y reclamó a las autoridades "dejar de proporcionar armas y municiones a las pandillas armadas porque la circulación incontrolada de estas armas de fuego en el país empeora cada día la situación de inseguridad".

"La masacre de La Saline no puede quedar impune", agregó el informe.

Precisamente, la Policía Nacional de Haití (PNH) anunció ayer el arresto de más de 80 personas durante una operación contra bandas armadas en la capital.

El portavoz de la Policía, Gary Desrosiers, dio a conocer que durante el operativo el domingo se incautaron municiones y armas, incluyendo una automática que pertenece a la propia institución.

"Esta operación era para liberar las zonas de bandidos armados; no nos vamos a parar. Estamos satisfechos, pero tenemos más trabajo por hacer", agregó Desrosiers.

Reveló que la Policía Nacional desarrolló la operación con el apoyo del cuerpo de la ONU presente en Haití, la Minujusth, y que las autoridades policiales están determinadas a continuar con ese trabajo y capturar a todo aquel que esté vinculado a actuaciones ilegales. 

          3 HISTORIA DE LA FRONTERA DOMINICO HAITIANA      Cache   Translate Page      
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Tercera entrega de la serie de reportajes sobre la historia de la frontera dominico-haitiana en el programa Camino Real con Rubén Jomenez Bichara.

En este video usted conocerà datos històricos muy importantes sobre la Isla Hispaniola y la zona fronteriza que divide a Haitì y la Repùblcia Dominicana.

03 DICIEMBRE, 2018.-

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EN SAN JUAN DE LA MAGUANA, República Dominicana, 03 Diciembre, 2018:  Un adolescente de 15 años y otro de 17 fallecieron la tarde de este domingo tras producirse una trifulca en el sector de Quija Quieta del Municipio de San Juan de la Maguana.

Los adolescentes muertos respondían a los nombres de Alcántara Amador (Pirulo) de 15 años y Francis Poché Encarnación de 17 años.

De acuerdo a datos publicados por el portal Noticia Libre, el hecho se produjo debido viejas rencillas que tenían Alcántara Amador (Pirulo) y Francis Poché Encarnación, por una deuda que tenía la mujer de Francis Poché con otra persona y supuestamente se produjo una discusión.

Supuestamente, fue otro joven quien le disparó a Alcántara Amador (Pirulo) y Francis Poché Encarnación, con un arma de fabricación cacera y los mató a los dos.

Durante entrevista continuación los familiares de los adolescentes muertos dan versión sobre el hecho de sangre.

          ODC Theater Announces 2019 Season      Cache   Translate Page      

ODC Theater, part of the most active center for contemporary dance on the West Coast, has announced its 2019 Season, a program demonstrating the organization's commitment to fostering new performance and to introducing the work of esteemed artists from across the globe to new audiences.

Highlights of next year's season include new works by Bay Area veterans KatieFaulkner and Risa Jaroslow, as well as West Coast premieres of major projects by New York-based artists Adia Whitaker and Tere O'Connor. Larry Arrington, a member of ODC Theater's new cohort of Resident Artists, will take audiences behind the scenes of a work-in-process in ODC's Theater Unplugged series. And this May, the annual Walking Distance Dance Festival features West Coast choreographers including Mary Armentrout, d. Sabela grimes, Kinetech Arts, Barak Marshall and ODC's flagship dance company, ODC/Dance.

"This edition of the Walking Distance Dance Festival, with outdoor and roving performances, as well as dance presentations across ODC's two-building campus, invites deep listening both within the body and across landscapes and public space," said ODC Theater Director Julie Potter. "More broadly, the 2019 Theater Season proposes imaginative worlds and strategies for our times: rituals for navigating uncertainty, perspectives on labor and dignity, embodied song for healing and undoing habits, and dance as a way of knowing."

In 2019, ODC Theater is also proud to partner with Hope Mohr Dance's Bridge Project, the Merce Cunningham Trust and SFMOMA's Open Space in celebration of the centennial of Cunningham's birth. Considered among the most important choreographers of all time, Cunningham was active for over 70 years. ODC Theater joins numerous theaters and organizations around the world in a yearlong series of events in honor of Cunningham and his legacy. Under the direction of Mohr's Bridge Project, 10 Bay Area artists will create new work in response to Cunningham's repertory.

A chronological list of ODC Theater's 2019 Season follows. For more information, visit odc.dance.

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ODC/DANCE UNPLUGGED

February 1

Friday @ 7:30 p.m.

Studio B, ODC Dance Commons

ODC's Unplugged series is a recurring platform offering a rare and candid look into the creative process. In this edition, ODC's flagship company, ODC/Dance, will focus on Path of Miracles, choreographed by ODC/Dance Co-Director KT Nelson. The work was created in collaboration with San Francisco-based choral group Volti, and this behind-the-scenes showing will unearth the process of making dance on non-dancers.

Founded in 1971 by Artistic Director Brenda Way, ODC/Dance was one of the first American companies to incorporate a postmodern sensibility, with an appreciation for pedestrian movement, into a virtuosic contemporary dance technique, and to commit major resources to interdisciplinary collaboration and musical commissions for the repertory.

LITTLE SEISMIC DANCE COMPANY

Divining (world premiere)

February 14 - 16

Thursday - Saturday @ 8 p.m.

Katie Faulkner founded little seismic dance company in 2006 as a vehicle for her own choreographic inventions. A former Resident Artist at ODC Theater, Faulkner has also held prestigious residencies at the Maggie Allesee National Center for Choreography, the Rauschenberg Residency and the Djerassi Resident Artist Program, among others. Her latest project, Divining, draws inspiration from rituals from around the world, examining "the state of insecurity that compels us to ritualize behavior, as well as the various states that emerge in response to ritual itself: meditation or prayer; connections felt to the past and to the future; and degrees of assurance from the belief that these practices provide answers." Divining features a quartet of dancers including Alex Carrington, Chin-chin Hsu, Tara McArthur and Suzette Sagisi.

RISA JAROSLOW & DANCERS

At Your Service (world premiere)

February 21 - 23

Thursday - Saturday @ 8 p.m.

At Your Service is Risa Jaroslow & Dancers' third presentation at ODC Theater since Jaroslow moved to the Bay Area from New York in 2013. Her debut at ODC in 2015 included the West Coast premiere of Resist/Surrender, a production which was later nominated for an Izzy Award for Best Revival. For her newest project, a collaboration with vocalist and composer Amy X Neuburg, Jaroslow shines a light on "the underappreciated among us" - the teachers, nurses, firefighters, home caregivers and restaurant waitstaff - asking, How do we all serve one another? Performers include Emily Daly, Sydney Franz, Anna Greenberg, Kevin Lopez and Scott Marlowe.

WALKING DISTANCE DANCE FESTIVAL

May 12 - 19

ODC Theater's signature dance festival returns with a week of performances featuring works by West Coast choreographers including ODC's own Kimi Okada, who returns with Canine Comfort, which features a cast of dogs alongside ODC's dancers. With events occupying ODC's two-building campus and the surrounding neighborhood, the Festival's eclectic programming includes works from a range of influences - Gaga, physical theater, street dance, biometrics and site-specific "technology / embodiment puzzles." Featured artists include the San Francisco-based intermedia collective Mary Armentrout Dance Theater; 2014 United States Artists Rockefeller Fellow d. Sabela grimes; Kinetech Arts, a member of ODC Theater's newest cohort of resident artists; and Barak Marshall, the former house choreographer of Batsheva Dance Company.

AMY SEIWERT'S IMAGERY

SKETCH 9 (world premieres)

July 18 - 21

Thursday - Saturday @ 8 p.m.

This summer brings the ninth iteration of ODC Home Company Amy Seiwert's Imagery's celebrated SKETCH Series, an annual creative laboratory providing a safe place for risk-taking in ballet-based choreography. During an intensive five-week rehearsal period, three choreographers will each create a new ballet for the company. Original works by Amy Seiwert, Artistic Fellow Ben Needham-Wood and Chicago-based choreographer Stephanie Martinez explore new potentials on using projection as a theatrical lighting source, stepping out of the traditional mindset of how to light a ballet. SKETCH 9 is co-presented by Amy Seiwert's Imagery and ODC Theater.

ODC/DANCE

SUMMER SAMPLER

July 25 - 27, August 1 - 3

Thursday - Saturday @ 8 p.m.

Delight in the exuberance of summer with a selection of spirited ODC/Dance repertory works - and one world premiere - representing all four of ODC's choreographers: Brenda Way, KT Nelson, Kimi Okada and Kate Weare.

ODC THEATER UNPLUGGED

August 29

Thursday @ 8 p.m.

ODC's Unplugged series is a recurring platform offering a rare and candid look into the creative process. This edition features a work-in-progress by ODC Theater Resident Artist Larry Arrington titled No Quarter. A folk dance, No Quarter explores "the shadow side and spiritual underpinnings of Eurocentric cultural tenets through a long lens of time."

À?? DANCE THEATRE COLLECTIVE

Have K(NO!)w Fear, A Bluessical (West Coast premiere)

October 17 - 19

Thursday - Saturday @ 8 p.m.

À?? Dance Theatre Collective is a neo-folkloric performance ensemble drawing on traditions of the African diaspora. Under the direction of Adia Tamar Whitaker, originally from San Francisco, the Brooklyn-based company has performed throughout the New York region and toured several times to the Bay Area over the last 18 years. Whitaker, who has traveled and studied extensively throughout the Caribbean, Brazil and West Africa, teaches Afro-Haitian dance workshops throughout the U.S. and abroad. Next fall ODC Theater will present the West Coast premiere of Whitaker's Have K(NO!)w Fear: A Bluessical, a performance of ritual dance theater that the artist calls an "undoing spell to untie all the knots that choke the future" including "natural disasters, systematic oppression and forced migration." The evening will also screen an original film by Whitaker addressing the problem of police brutality.

HOPE MOHR DANCE'S BRIDGE PROJECT

Bay Area Artists in Conversation with Merce at 100 (world premieres)

November 8 - 9

Friday - Saturday @ 8 p.m.

The Bridge Project is the curatorial arm of ODC Home Company Hope Mohr Dance, which approaches curating as a form of community organizing to facilitate equity-driven cultural conversations that cross discipline, geography and perspective. Next year The Bridge Project presents Bay Area Artists in Conversation with Merce at 100, a collaboration with the Merce Cunningham Trust, ODC Theater and SFMOMA's Open Space as part of the international celebration of the Cunningham centennial. The Bay Area Merce project has commissioned 10 Bay Area artists from diverse disciplines and backgrounds to study with former Cunningham dancers Rashaun Mitchell and SilasRiener, creating new works of art in response. These works will be presented alongside excerpts of Cunningham repertory by Bay Area dancers. The commissioned artists are Sofia Cordova, Maxe Crandall, Alex Escalante, Christy Funsch, Julie Moon, Jenny Odell, Nicole Peisl, Danishta Rivero, Dazaun Soleyn and Sophia Wang. SFMOMA's Open Space will commission an online series, and convene discursive events in conjunction with the workshops and performances.

TERE O'CONNOR DANCE

Long Run (West Coast premiere)

November 14 - 16

Thursday - Saturday @ 8 p.m.

Tere O'Connor has been making dances for 35 years, touring nationally and internationally. The award-winning choreographer has also created numerous works for other dance companies including the Lyon Opera Ballet and White Oak Dance Project, and a solo for Mikhail Baryshnikov, titled Indoor Man. His many honors include a 2013 Doris Duke Performing Artist Award, a 2009 United States Artist Rockefeller Fellowship and a 1999 Guggenheim Fellowship. In 2014 he was inducted into the American Academy of Arts and Sciences.

ODC Theater will present the West Coast premiere of O'Connor's Long Run (2017), a major new work which "pushes the emotional content of O'Connor's movement to new physical extremes, allowing time-based elements like polyrhythms, velocity and duration to become critical forces, overtaking the eight performers as they struggle to bring their bodies into a state of calm."

ODC Theater participates in the creation of new works through commissioning, presenting, mentorship and space access; it develops informed, engaged and committed audiences; and it advocates for the performing arts as an essential component to the region's economic and cultural development. The Theater is the site of over 120 performances a year involving nearly 1,000 local, regional, national and International Artists.

Since 1976, ODC Theater has been the mobilizing force behind countless San Francisco artists and the foothold for national and international touring artists seeking debut in the Bay Area. The Theater, founded by Brenda Way and currently under the direction of Julie Potter, has earned its place as a cultural incubator by dedicating itself to creative change-makers, those leaders who give the Bay Area its unmistakable definition and flare. Nationally known artists Spaulding Gray, Diamanda Galas, Bill T. Jones, Eiko & Koma, Ronald K. Brown/EVIDENCE, Karole Armitage, Sarah Michelson, Brian Brooks and John Heginbotham are among those whose first San Francisco appearance occurred at ODC Theater. For more information about ODC Theater and all its programs visit www.odc.dance.


          House Hearing on Criminal Clinton Foundation Sought      Cache   Translate Page      
Covert Geopolitics The Republicans in the Lower House of the US Congress are reported to be seeking  a congressional hearing on the current status of the US Attorney John Huber investigation into the controversial charity foundation that sucked all humanitarian assistance to Haiti. The Clinton Foundation has been accused by the leaders of that country […]
          Şampiyon Adonis Stevenson Yaşadığı Ağır Nakavtın Ardından Komada! Durumu Kritik      Cache   Translate Page      
WBC’nin hafif ağır sıklet dünya şampiyonu Haitili Adonis Stevenson Ukraynalı yenilgisiz Oleksandr Gvozdyk’e ağır bir şekilde nakavt olmuştu. Maçın ardından şampiyonluğu rakibine kaptıran Adonis Stevenson hastaneye kaldırıldı. Durumu kritik olan dünyaca ünlü şampiyon bugün komaya girdi. D...
          WBC Şampiyonu Adonis Stevenson’u Yerle Yeksan Ettiler!      Cache   Translate Page      
WBC hafif ağır sıklet dünya şampiyonu Haiti asıllı Kanadalı boksör Adonis Stevenson unvan koruma maçına çıktı. Ukraynalı yenilgisiz boksör Oleksandr Gvozdyk ile karşılaşan Stevenson hayatının şokunu yaşadı. 2013’ten bu yana şampiyonluğunu kimseye kaptırmayan siyahi boksör mecburi rakibi Gvozdy...
          La zi: 5 decembrie – curiozităţi, aniversări      Cache   Translate Page      

1492: Cristofor Columb a devenit primul european care a ajuns în insula Hispaniola (astăzi Haiti și Republica Dominicană). 1484: Papa Inocențiu al VIII-lea emite bula papală Summis desiderantes affectibus împotriva magiei și vrăjitoriei. 1560: În >>> Citeste mai departe!

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          10 steps to ending poverty–Jay Richards      Cache   Translate Page      

Guess what—it isn’t socialism!

This is a Christian solution.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=1XyJd4w5f1g

He’s a little long winded, but when he gets to the point, this is it.

1. Rule of law.  Like the 10 commandments.

2. Limited government.  Methods in place to limit jurisdiction of the state.

3.  Formal property.  In Haiti, if you wanted to lease land from the gov’t it would take 19 years and 100’s of forms.

4. Economic freedom. Hong Kong is #1.

5. Strong mediating institutions.

6.  Purpose driven universe.

7.  Right cultural mores. Respect for rights of others.

8.  Understand wealth and poverty.  Set up win/win situations.

9.  Focus on your comparative advantage.

10. Work hard.  This works in the U.S., but not in all countries if you don’t have access to property or freedom.


          Hoje e amanhã, dois grandes e importantes julgamentos no STF      Cache   Translate Page      
Terça, 4 de dezembro de 2018
Por
Helio Fernandes*
 
O primeiro, terça, mais cedo, na Segunda Turma, que se reúne ás terças e quintas. São 5 ministros, como já noticiei julgarão um HC que pede a inconstitucionalidade da condenação de Lula, e sua consequente libertação com a anulação do processo. A primeira duvida: muita pressão para novo adiamento, o que vem ocorrendo desde junho, ultimo dia antes do recesso.

Existem muitos "palpites", mas alguma convicção, nos que apostam num placar de 3 a 2,a FAVOR da libertação do ex-presidente. Ou o mesmo 3 a 2 CONTRA a anulação do processo. Como a conspiração do judiciário é tão perigosa quanto a conspiração militar, tudo pode acontecer.

O segundo julgamento, no plenário, que só se reúne ás quartas. Os 11 ministros estão ha quase 1 ano examinando os limites do indulto de Natal. Apesar de faltarem 10 dias para o Natal, o julgamento pode ser adiado mais uma vez.

O julgamento está 6 a 3 a favor do indulto, mas com restrições exigidas indiretamente pela opinião publica. Mas os ministros Fux e o próprio presidente Toffoli, pediram vista. E não têm prazo para a devolução.

Se ficar como no ano passado, o presidente corrupto e usurpador, pode indultar acusados de corrupção, que já cumpriram 1 QUINTO DA PENA.

O indulto significa o fim de toda condenação. De uma, mas pelo menos, já ganha a liberdade. Privilegiar a corrupção é crime. E favorecer quem cumpriu apenas um QUINTO, é vergonhoso.

PS- Circula uma lista em Brasília, com 26 nomes. Com condenados entre 10 e 15 anos, que já estão presos ha mais de 2 anos.

PS2- Nomes estarrecedores. Um presidente, mesmo usurpador, não pode INDULTAR 1 só dessa lista.

BOLSONARO CONTINUA NO PALANQUE, DIVIDIDO ENTRE O MILITARISMO E O EXIBICIONISMO

Só desce para ir a festas de formatura militar. O que não fazia nos inúteis 30 anos de parlamentar. Ou para nomear ministros militares sem farda, pois estão na reserva ha muito tempo. Para ele, militar é do Exercito, não tem a menor ligação com Marinha e Aeronáutica. Por isso se complicou todo, nomeando seguidamente vários generais.

Assim mesmo, houve preterição, modificação, substituição. Dois generais foram beneficiados, pelas historias de luta contra as ferozes gangues do Haiti. Foram Augusto Heleno e Santa Cruz, em missão oficial da ONU, elogiadíssimos. Apaixonado pelo Exército que o expulsou, deixa a impressão de tentar uma impossível reabilitação.

Com isso esqueceu as outras duas Armas. A Marinha não escondeu a decepção, ganhou o ministério de Minas e Energia. Bolsonaro teve que fazer a escolha consultando o Almanaque. Agora pretende nomear ainda esta semana um Brigadeiro, para não haver decepção também na Aeronáutica. O problema em dose dupla. Não conhece nenhum brigadeiro, e não sabe em que cargo colocá-lo.

PS- O exibicionismo se manifesta de todas as formas. Nunca foi a um estádio de futebol.

PS2- Nem foi á Copa do Mundo de 2012, quando não tinha o que fazer.

PS3- Quando  abraçou o Felipão, perguntou a ele: "Você é o técnico do Palmeiras?"

TORTURA E ASSASSINATO NA DITADURA

Exames minuciosos nos restos mortais de um militante confirmaram tudo que coloquei no titulo. Ele estava preso durante meses na unidade do coronel Ulstra. (O maior torturador da ditadura de 64, e Ídolo de Bolsonaro). Confessado por ele mesmo.

Mais detalhes no UOL.

A REUNIÃO DO G-20.

O que é que o Temer foi fazer na Argentina?

O Brasil não está entre as maiores 20 potencias.

Ele não é Presidente nem Chefe de Estado.

Aqui, no seu país, é identificado como corrupto e usurpador.

É lógico que os homens mais bem informados do mundo, sabem disso.

Temer teve a audácia de convidar o presidente eleito.
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Fonte: Blog Oficial do Jornal da Tribuna da Imprensa
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          Top 5 des signes astrologiques qui vont tomber enceinte en 2019      Cache   Translate Page      

1. Vierge :

Toute cette nouvelle année 2019 est propice pour vous ! Que vous le souhaitiez ou que cela arrive plus vite que prévu, vous allez être maman et fonder une nouvelle petite famille. 

2. Capricorne :

Votre vie amoureuse est un long fleuve tranquille et vous avez des envies de bébé avec votre moitié. Cette grossesse pourrait pointer le bout de son nez à tout moment dans l’année 2019. Préparez donc les achats pour accueillir ce nouveau-né ! 

3. Lion :

Vous avez de nombreux projets avec votre conjoint et avoir un bébé est en haut de la liste ! Vous allez mettre toutes les chances de votre côté en 2019 et ce merveilleux projet va se réaliser ! 

4. Verseau :

Vous rêvez de fonder votre famille avec votre moitié depuis déjà quelques temps, cette année 2019 sera propice pour réaliser votre souhait ! Vous réservez décembre à faire la fête et à vous retrouver entre amis, misez sur les autres mois de l’année pour tomber enceinte et combler de bonheur vos proches. 

5. Cancer :

Quoi de mieux d’attendre un enfant pour les fêtes de fin d’année ? Ce cadeau sous le sapin va ravir toute votre famille et votre conjoint sera totalement épanoui. Le seul bémol ? Ne pas trinquer au champagne la nouvelle année ! 


          Global Geography      Cache   Translate Page      
three photos of farmsteads in Lebanon
While searching the stacks for materials related to regional agriculture, we discovered a University of Chicago PhD dissertation among the collections. The text, titled "The Evolution of Land Utilization in Lebanon, New Hampshire," was written by Edward Nathaniel "Nat" Torbert, a member of the Dartmouth class of 1925. The data in this tome, which is nearly three inches thick, explores the ins and outs of farming from 1800 up to the date of its composition.

three photographs of Lebanon including the train roundhouse in West LebanonAlthough Torbert's research is interesting, especially when discussing the move from rural to urban environments in the 1800s, we were most fascinated by the photographic prints that he pasted into the pages of his
dissertation. Images of White River Junction, West Lebanon, and Lebanon abound, and each one provides a captivating portal back to life in a small rural town in the 1920s. Perhaps the photos are so particularly compelling because Torbert went on to be an award-winning amateur photographer.

Torbert was evidently a man meant to be outdoors and in the field. He initially was a professor of geography at San Jose State College, but soon shifted into a more active role: he worked with the Tennessee Valley Authority for several years before moving into successive international positions that revolved around his specialty in economic geography. From 1950 to 1951, he worked on a reclamation program in Haiti. Soon after, Torbert headed to Afghanistan as the chief planning engineer for an irrigation project that was meant to bring water to 3.5 million acres of farmland.

three photographs of Lebanon including the Coburn Park areaHowever, after only a few months there, he contracted bulbar polio, a particularly nasty variant of the disease which attacks the brain stem. At first, he and Elise, his wife, assumed that he had the flu. Within two days, his arms and vocal cords were paralyzed. A week later, after being airlifted out of the country on board the US Ambassador's plane, Torbert passed away in the Seventh Day Adventist hospital in Karachi, Pakistan. In a letter home, his wife said that she was "not prepared for the rapid progress of the disease nor for its fatality," that Norbert never regained consciousness enough to realize he had polio, and that "he remained sweet, patient and cheerful until the very end." Soon after, the United States Department of the Interior awarded him its highest honor, the Distinguished Service Award. At the awards convocation, Douglas McKay, Secretary of the Interior, described Torbert as "broad in his thinking, considerate in his approach, firm in his beliefs, skillful in his operations, and unyielding in his devotion to purpose."

panoramic photo of White River Junction, VT, looking eastward to West Lebanon

To see Nat Torbert's dissertation, including some amazing views of early 20th-century Lebanon, ask for Alumni T63e.
          Campeão mundial peso-médio do boxe fica em coma induzido após nocaute. Assista      Cache   Translate Page      

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O canadense Adonis Stevenson perdeu o título mundial para o ucraniano Oleksandr e precisou ser hospitalizado após a luta em Quebec, Canadá.

Lutador Adonis (a esquerda) era o campeão mais longivo do boxe

Lutador Adonis (a esquerda) era o campeão mais longivo do boxe

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O mundo do boxe tem um novo campeão mundial do meio-pesado. O ucraniano Oleksandr Gvozdyk venceu o canadense Adonis Stevenson na noite do último sábado em luta na cidade de Quebec.

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Porém, o título ficou em segundo plano com a notícia de que o lutador Adonis precisou ser hospitalizado depois da luta de boxe por conta do nocaute violento que recebeu do adversário no último minuto.

Imagens da Global News mostram o atleta cambaleando no ringue depois do golpe e mal conseguindo se levantar. Ele foi enviado de ambulância para o hospital, ainda consciente. Assista ao vídeo abaixo:

O promotor de Adonis, Yvon Michel, publicou em sua conta do Twitter sobre a condição do boxeador. “A família de Adonis está atualmente com ele. Eles querem dizer a seus amigos e apoiadores que Adonis está agora em estado crítico nos cuidados intensivos no hospital depois de sua luta contra Oleksandr Gvozdyk”.

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Segundo o Jornal de Montreal, o lutador canadense de 41 anos foi colocado em coma induzido como medida preventiva por uma possível hemorragia cerebral.

Ontem, Yvon voltou a comentar sobre o estado de saúde de Adonis e disse que o lutador “está estável, em sedação controlada para facilitar sua recuperação”.

Adonis Stevenson nasceu em 1977 no Haiti e aos sete anos se mudou para o Canadá. Quando tinha 14 anos ingressou numa gangue violenta e teve diversas passagens pela polícia, passando quatro anos preso.

Iniciou sua carreira no boxe em 2004 e tem um registro de 32 lutas, 29 vitórias (sendo 24 por nocaute), duas derrotas e um empate. Detinha o título de campeão mundial pelo Conselho Mundial de Boxe (WBC) desde 2013 e foi eleito duas vezes o melhor médio-pesado do mundo pela revista Ring. Adonis é o campeão mais antigo e longo do reinado de boxe.

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Atual campeão do meio-pesado do boxe, o ucraniano Oleksandr Gvozdyk soma agora 16 vitórias, sendo 13 delas por nocaute.


          Business Game Changers Radio with Sarah Westall: Haiti Child Trafficking Hub Exposed - Haiti Part 2      Cache   Translate Page      
EpisodePart 2: Èzili Dantò joins the program to dive deeper into the crimes being committed in Haiti. She details how Haiti is a crime hub for trafficking and other atrocities. She reminds everyone that innocent children are the victims of sick international trafficking schemes hiding under the guise of do good charity organizations mostly backed by U.S. donations. Dantò was the lawyer for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the only democratically elected president in Haiti's history. &n ...
          Business Game Changers Radio with Sarah Westall: Haiti: Clintons, UN Brutality, & Political Assassinations - Inside Account      Cache   Translate Page      
EpisodeÈzili Dantò joins the program to discuss the string of political assassinations that she has witnessed. Although there have been many, she describes 5 meaningful examples. She also discusses 2 of the 6 assassination attempts she has had to endure. Dantò was the lawyer for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the only democratically elected president in Haiti's history.   Please note that her involvement with this interview and the information that she discusses takes incredibl ...
          Business Game Changers Radio with Sarah Westall: American Celebrities, Useful Idiots? Haiti Part 2      Cache   Translate Page      
EpisodeÈzili Dantò joins the program to share how Haiti is being targeted by economic hitmen for the purposes of enriching the deep state. Dantò was the lawyer for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the only democratically elected president in Haiti's history. Her inside accounts and revelations about the Clintons, Obama, and the United Nations is shocking and incredibly sad.   Support and learn more about her work at: Èzili Dantò, Human Rights Lawyer, founder of the ...
          Business Game Changers Radio with Sarah Westall: Haiti Targeted by Economic Hitmen & UN Front for Deep State Enrichment      Cache   Translate Page      
EpisodeEzili Donto joins the program to share how Haiti is being targeted by economic hitmen for the purposes of enriching the deep state. Donto was the lawyer for Jean-Bertrand Aristide, the only democratically elected president in Haiti's history. Her inside accounts and revelations about the Clintons, Obama, and the United Nations is shocking and incredibly sad.   Support and learn more about her work at: Èzili Dantò, Human Rights Lawyer, founder of the Haitian Lawyers Lead ...
          Huchi Lora: “República Dominicana No Le Ha Quitado Nada A Haití, Ni Una Batata”      Cache   Translate Page      

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          Haitiano demandó a forestal tras perder 4 dedos de su mano: empresa le ofreció pasajes a su país      Cache   Translate Page      
La defensa del trabajador exige el pago de más de 270 millones de pesos a modo de indemnización.
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Courtesy of Diego López Dominguez , Southern Ocean along the Antarctic Peninsula, Antarctica.

Spain's Diego López Dominguez is finally home in New York City after 20 days on the road for his Antarctica trip where he was one of 14 swimmers who successfully completed the International Ice Swimming Association-sanctioned Antarctica Ice Kilometer Swim, finishing third overall in 12:40:90 in the -1.2°C water in the Southern Ocean near Antarctica.

"It has - no doubt - been one of the most, if not the most, amazing experiences in my life, swimming and otherwise.

The conditions, as you heard from Jean Craven and Ram Barkai, were harsh and dynamic throughout the trip. We were basically on standby for the whole trip.

However, it was extremely helpful and inspiring to be in a group, with such a team of incredible ice swimmers from all over the world. Individual success meant nothing until we all finished and returned home with a 14 out of 14 score.

Swimming an Ice Kilometer in -1.2°C water with strong winds and non-stop snow in the open water while sorting icebergs is not easy. And if you add the magic and intimidating landscape of Antarctica, it becomes a really unique experience. Results are very relative, but I was honored to share the heat – and the overall podium with Petar Stoychev and Victoria Mori. What two amazing competitors they are.

Antarctica was my last swim of the year and of the Continents Seven project. It has been an incredible and enriching year that will change my life forever
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López - known as the Global Swimmer - is among the nominees for the 2018 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year along with the following individuals:

1. Benoît Lecomte (France/USA)
2. Cameron Bellamy (South Africa)
3. Diego López Dominguez (Canary Islands)
4. Ferry Weertman (Netherlands)
5. Igor Lukin (Russia)
6. Ion Lazarenco Tiron (Republic of Moldava)
7. John Batchelder (USA)
8. José Luis Larrosa Chorro (Spain)
9. Kristóf Rasovszky (Hungary)
10. Lewis Pugh (Great Britain/South Africa)
11. Maarten van der Weijden (Netherlands)
12. Ned Denison (Ireland/USA)
13. Rohan More (India)
14. Vladimir Mravec (Slovakia/Australia)
15. Yaroslav Pronin (Belarus)

López, originally from the Canary Islands, not only completed his Continents Seven in Antarctica, but he also participated in races in Haiti, USA, New Zealand, Australia, South Africa, Bolivia, England, France, Turkey, and Hong Kong throughout the year - completing 17 swims totalling 257 km on 7 continents.

To vote for the WOWSA Awards and the 2018 World Open Water Swimming Man of the Year, visit here.

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          Apresan haitiano robando en casa de fiscalizador de Villa Vásquez      Cache   Translate Page      
Montecristi-. Fue apresado un nacional haitiano sorprendido cuando intentaba penetrar a la residencia del Fiscalizador del municipio de Villa Vásquez, y quien según la Policía era buscado por la muerte de un hombre. 


De acuerdo a lo informado, miembros de la DICRIM y de la Policía Nacional detuvieron al indocumentado Yefri Pie, apodado “Hueso”, de 26 años, quien era buscado con mediante una orden de arresto emitida por el Tribunal de Atención Permanente del distrito judicial de Montecristi. 

El mismo fue sorprendido cuando penetraba a la residencia del fiscalizador de Villa Vásquez, magistrado Diomedes Dabo, con fines de robar. 

Al momento de su detención se le ocupó un revolver, con el que se presume dio muerte la semana pasada en el sector El Arrozal al nombrado Domingo Antonio Castro Cruz, apodado “El Chino”; y el mismo hace varios meses, enfrentó a tiros a una patrulla, ocasión en que pudo escapar herido de bala, informó la Policía.

          Denuncian muerte de 59 personas a manos de bandas armadas en Haití       Cache   Translate Page      
Puerto Príncipe (EFE)-. Al menos 59 personas murieron el pasado 13 de noviembre en la zona de La Saline, en la capital haitiana, según denunció en un informe, al que tuvo acceso hoy Efe, la Red Nacional para la Defensa de los Derechos Humanos de Haití (Rnddh), que lo calificó como una "masacre de Estado".

La organización, que identificó a 45 de los fallecidos, atribuyó lo ocurrido a bandas armadas que operan con el supuesto apoyo de miembros de la Policía de este país, que atraviesa por una situación de inseguridad muy grave, con la muerte en el último mes de policías y civiles.

Entre las víctimas hay 16 mujeres y 6 menores de edad, agregó el informe, que precisó que al menos 7 mujeres fueron violadas y que 150 casas fueron escenarios de actos vandálicos, además de que algunas de ellas fueron quemadas.

El pasado 15 de noviembre, dos días después de los hechos, la Rnddd denunció el hallazgo de al menos diez cadáveres tirados entre la basura en una calle de La Saline, cerca de la sede del Parlamento.

En su informe, la entidad deploró estos hechos sangrientos, al tiempo que lamentó que la única reacción a lo sucedido fue la del primer ministro, Jean Henry Ceant, el 23 de noviembre, cuando anunció que se abrió una investigación respecto a los hechos.

Ante la falta de datos oficiales, la Rnddh precisó que aún no se dispone de información precisa sobre las pérdidas humanas y materiales, por lo que demandó una investigación y reclamó a las autoridades "dejar de proporcionar armas y municiones a las pandillas armadas porque la circulación incontrolada de estas armas de fuego en el país empeora cada día la situación de inseguridad".

"La masacre de La Saline no puede quedar impune", agregó el informe.

Precisamente, la Policía Nacional de Haití (PNH) anunció ayer el arresto de más de 80 personas durante una operación contra bandas armadas en la capital.

El portavoz de la Policía, Gary Desrosiers, dio a conocer que durante el operativo el domingo se incautaron municiones y armas, incluyendo una automática que pertenece a la propia institución.

"Esta operación era para liberar las zonas de bandidos armados; no nos vamos a parar. Estamos satisfechos, pero tenemos más trabajo por hacer", agregó Desrosiers.

Reveló que la Policía Nacional desarrolló la operación con el apoyo del cuerpo de la ONU presente en Haití, la Minujusth, y que las autoridades policiales están determinadas a continuar con ese trabajo y capturar a todo aquel que esté vinculado a actuaciones ilegales.

          Dos haitianos abandonan motocicleta robada en Dajabón      Cache   Translate Page      
Dajabón-. Dos nacionales haitianos dejaron abandonada una motocicleta que habían sustraído momentos antes a su propietario, en el Cruce de Los Miches en esta población, informó la Policía. 

La motocicleta marca Súper Gato, modelo CG-150, color negro, fue encontrada en el barrio La Fe, de esa localidad, tras agentes policiales iniciar una rápida búsqueda por la zona. 

La misma fue recuperada por miembros del Cesfront, y se dijo es propiedad del nombrado José Arismendy López Espinal, residente en la calle Principal sin número del sector La Curva, provincia de Dajabón, quien se dedica a la labor de motoconcho y también fue despojado de un celular.

          12/6/2018: History: ON THIS DAY      Cache   Translate Page      

963 Leo VIII, a layperson elevated to the rank of bishop, begins his period as an antipope. He becomes the legitimate pope in 964. 1492 Christopher Columbus discovers and names the island of Hispaniola, which is now divided between Haiti and the...
          Comentario en Abel Martínez dice que el “Pacto Mundial para Migración” mancillaría la dignidad nacional por Guest      Cache   Translate Page      
Abel es el único nacionalista en pld, ha despejado a Santiago de la invasión haitiana, por eso es el único candidato por el que yo votaría en ese partido, sin embargo, parece que todavía no aspira a la presidencia
          Comentario en Danilo Medina encabeza reunión Consejo Nacional Magistratura para conocer objeciones a candidatos por Guest      Cache   Translate Page      
El traidoraso danilo quiere llenar el TC de haitianos, prentende imponer al fusionista cristobal rodriguez
          Firma de Pacto Migratorio está en manos de Danilo      Cache   Translate Page      
Santo Domingo;- En las manos del presidente Danilo Medina se encuentra la decisión de firmar o no el Pacto para la Migración Segura, Ordenada y Regular de la Organización de las Naciones Unidas (ONU), y será hoy a las 4:00 de la tarde que su Gobierno fijará posición de manera oficial ante el país.
La Comisión Interistitucional formada ayer por el mandatario para rendir un informe sobre el tema había entregado todos los detalles del pacto, según informó el portavoz de la Presidencia, Roberto Rodríguez Marchena.
Un rechazo generalizado ha suscitado la propuesta migratoria de la ONU,  cuya firma está prevista para los días 10 y 11 de este mes durante una cumbre que se realizará en Marruecos.
La comisión que rindió el informe está integrada por el ministro de la Presidencia, Gustavo Montalvo, quien la encabeza; los ministros de Relaciones Exteriores, Miguel Vargas, y de Interior y Policía, José Ramón Fadul; el consultor jurídico, Flavio Darío Espinal; y el director de Información, Análisis y Programación Estratégica (DIAPE), Ramón Tejada Holguín.
El LISTÍN DIARIO, en sus editoriales “¿Para qué firmar el pacto?”, con fecha del 1 de diciembre y “El país necesita una explicación”, del 3 de este mes, ha rechazado de manera categórica la firma del Pacto para la Migración Segura, Ordenada y Regular de la ONU.
A la posición del Decano de la Prensa se han sumado los líderes del Partido Revolucionario Moderno (PRM), Reformista Social Cristiano (PRSC), Dominicanos por el Cambio (DxC) y Fuerza Nacional Progresista (FNP); así como el secretario general del Partido Revolucionario Dominicano (PRD), Tony Peña Guaba, aliado al gobierno, además del alcalde de Santiago, del Partido de la Liberación Dominicana (PLD), Abel Martínez, y la Fundación Justicia y Transparencia (FJT).
Luis Abinader, principal dirigente de la oposición, dijo que la comunidad internacional tiene que entender que República Dominicana no puede cargar con la situación de insostenibilidad que significa el ingreso al país de una gran cantidad de ciudadanos haitianos irregulares.
También la Junta Directiva del Instituto Duartiano decidió expresar su rotundo rechazo al contenido del pacto por considerar que atenta contra la soberanía dominicana y los supremos intereses de esta nación. 
El pacto detalla 23 puntos que tratan temas como la prevención de la trata de personas a causa de la migración, la gestión de las fronteras más seguras, la eliminación de la discriminación y la promoción de las transferencias de remesas más rápidas, seguras y baratas; al igual que la mejora consular, el empoderamiento de los migrantes para que sean incluidos como parte de la sociedad, entre otros puntos.
LLAMAMIENTO DE LA UE:
Ayer, el comisionado de migración de la Unión Europea pidió a los países que se oponen a un acuerdo de la ONU sobre migración recapacitar sobre su posición.
Un cable de AP fechado en Berlín dice que en una conferencia en Marrakech, Marruecos, el 10 y el 11 de diciembre, se deberá aprobar el Acuerdo Global para una Migración Segura, Ordenada y Regular, que fue finalizado en julio con la única excepción de Estados Unidos.
Pero el acuerdo se ha topado con férrea resistencia de sectores nacionalistas en Europa y otros lugares. Miembros de la UE como Hungría, Austria y Polonia se han retirado del arreglo. El comisionado de migración de la UE, Dimitris Avramopoulos, dijo según el diario alemán Die Welt que no entiende la oposición al pacto pues no es de cumplimiento obligatorio.
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          Funcionario ve necesario motivar inversión extranjera en la frontera      Cache   Translate Page      
JOSÉ ALFREDO ESPINAL joseespinal.hoy@gmail.com El director ejecutivo del Consejo Coordinación Zona Especial Desarrollo Fronterizo, Luis Estrella, consideró de gran importancia que se incentive la inversión privada en la  frontera dominico-haitiana, para seguir contribuyendo a disminuir los niveles de pobreza. Cree que es impostergable el desarrollo tecnológico e industrial de toda la franja fronteriza, como única garantía […]
          Juve e Inter si contendono una giovane stella di Haiti       Cache   Translate Page      

Juve-Inter è fissata per il 7 dicembre, ma la sensazione è che la sfida si ripeterà più e più volte sul mercato
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          Presiding Bishop postpones bishop ordination and consecration in Diocese of Haiti      Cache   Translate Page      

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