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          Amazon domain battle rages on as internet overseer postpones decision      Cache   Translate Page      
BRASILIA, March 11- Brazil on Monday thanked the global body that oversees Internet addresses for extending until April a deadline for Amazon basin nations to reach a deal with Inc in their seven-year battle over the. amazon domain name. Amazon basin countries Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana and Suriname have fought the...
          ICANN Postpones Amazon Domain Decision, Crusade Continues Between Amazon Nations and Amazon Inc.      Cache   Translate Page      

ICANN on Monday extended the deadline to April for Amazon basin nations to reach a deal with the tech giant Amazon Inc in their seven-year battle over the .amazon domain name. Reuters reports: "[ICANN] meeting this week in Kobe, Japan, decided to put off a decision that was expected to favor use of the domain by the world's largest online retailer. Amazon basin countries Brazil, Bolivia, Peru, Ecuador, Colombia, Venezuela, Guyana and Suriname have fought the domain request since it was made in 2012, arguing that the name refers to their geographic region and thus belongs to them."

Amazon nations remain "firmly opposed" to Amazon Inc gaining exclusive control of the domain name, says Brazil's foreign ministry. He adds: "Brazil and its seven Amazon partners will continue to negotiate in good faith with to try to reach a 'mutually acceptable solution' to the domain dispute."

Supporting .Amazon domain strengthens global internet cooperation, says Christian Dawson of i2Coalition: "Though we should all be sympathetic to the position of the governments of Brazil and Peru, we should also be impressed with the extensive efforts that Amazon has undertaken in order to assuage as many of those concerns as possible. They have made formal signed commitments to not use the TLDs in a confusing manner. They have promised to support future gTLD applications to represent the region using the geographic terms of the regions, including .AMAZONIA, .AMAZONICA or .AMAZONAS. They also offered to reserve for the relevant governments certain domain names that could cause confusion or touch on national sensitivities.

          Ministry of Natural Resources successfully hosts South African Delegation      Cache   Translate Page      
-Declaration of Intent signed, to further discussions with respective governments -South African delegation impressed with Guyana’s mining operations and nature preservation efforts  -Guyana delegation to visit in coming months On the invitation of the Minister of Natural Resources Hon. Raphael G.C Trotman M.P., which followed engagements by Guyana's High Commissioner to South Africa, Dr. Kenrick [...]
          Distribution: Northeastern South America, from the Orinoco and Guyana to the lower Amazon for taxon Paxyodon syrmatophorus (Gmelin, 1791)      Cache   Translate Page      
Note "Distribution: Northeastern South America, from the Orinoco and Guyana to the lower Amazon" for taxon Paxyodon syrmatophorus (Gmelin, 1791) has been added by Maxim Vinarski via the webinterface on 2019-03-12T10:31:42+00:00
          Still to come on stream… Lethem Audit Unit has its work cut out      Cache   Translate Page      
As part of an overall vision to squeeze the rightful tax belonging to the nation out of all entrepreneurs, the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) is looking to get a handle on the town of Lethem. This newspaper understands that along with other initiatives, GRA will soon be establishing an Audit Unit at its Lethem branch. […]
          Press Association threatens boycott of Jagdeo      Cache   Translate Page      
Opposition Leader Bharrat Jagdeo’s recent attack on President of the Guyana Press Association (GPA), Nazima Raghubir, has prompted a stern statement from the GPA threatening boycott. GPA yesterday condemned the continued attacks on media professionals by Jagdeo. The association said that it views the continued attacks as encouraging threats to the lives and livelihoods of […]
          Go-Invest facilitated $89.4B in investments for 2018      Cache   Translate Page      
The Guyana Office for Investment (Go-Invest) facilitated $89.4B in investments for 2018. This was noted yesterday by the agency’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Owen Verwey, during a press conference at Duke Lodge. The official noted that the $89.4 Billion accounts for all applications received while $52.2 Billion of that sum came from 56 executed investments, […]
          Over 100 investments, export leads secured from overseas trade missions – Go-Invest CEO      Cache   Translate Page      
The Guyana Office For Investment (Go-Invest) embarked on a number of overseas trade missions last year, all of which have turned out to be a success. This was noted yesterday by Go-Invest’s Chief Executive Officer (CEO), Owen Verwey. He was at the time delivering remarks at a press conference which was facilitated at Duke Lodge […]
          Dem boys seh …De Linden to Lethem is a Chinee tool      Cache   Translate Page      
Fishing is a nice pastime. It call fuh patience but when you hook something you does feel too nice. China is a big country and it got a big hook. Guyana is a pond wid politicians who behaving like fish. That is how this country deh in all that trouble today. Fun years dem Chinee […]
          IDB praises Guyana’s efforts to strengthen oil and gas sector      Cache   Translate Page      
President David Granger, yesterday, met with President of the Inter- American Development Bank (IDB), Luis Alberto Moreno, who commended his leadership in ensuring that the necessary systems and policies are put in place to manage the looming oil and gas sector and the wealth which will be accrued. At a meeting held at State House, […]
          President cannot delegate power to call elections to GECOM – Civil Society Group      Cache   Translate Page      
The Civil Society Forum, (CSF), which is made up of religious and civil organizations is calling President David Granger to name a date for the upcoming Regional and General Elections. In a statement the group noted that the President cannot delegate the power to call elections to Guyana Elections Commission. “The Civil Society Forum believes […]
          Appeals Court extension further delayed      Cache   Translate Page      
The extension of the building that houses the Guyana Court of Appeal has been further pushed back due to a dispute over land which extends to the Ministry of Public Infrastructure. The Court currently houses one main courtroom. These delays have seen the Chancellor of the Judiciary, take decisions to move towards the construction of […]
          Floodlights to tour Antigua      Cache   Translate Page      
The Guyana Floodlights Softball Cricket Association (GFSCA) will embark on a tour to Antigua this week. Hosted by the Antigua &Barbuda Softball Association, the GFSCA will play the host team in four (4) softball games. Two will be contested using the underhand bowling method and the other two will be using the overhand bowling. The […]
          Skerritt’s swipe      Cache   Translate Page      

Cricket West Indies (CWI) is becoming a “Cameron-centric organization” and less of a cricket-centric entity. That's the view of Ricky Skerritt who is challenging Whycliffe “Dave” Cameron for the post of president of the governing body of cricket in the region.

In an address last night to a gathering of cricket administrators, stakeholders and fans at the Errol Barrow Centre For Creative Imagination, University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Skerritt said he and his running mate Dr Kishore Shallow had prepared a ten-point plan they believed could become the guide for the pathway forward for West Indies cricket along with inputs from stakeholders across the region.

[caption id="attachment_291549" align="aligncenter" width="600"](From right) Ricky Skerritt and Dr Kishore Shallow at last night’s discussion with facilitator David Ellis and the UWI’s Amanda Reifer. (From right) Ricky Skerritt and Dr Kishore Shallow at last night’s discussion with facilitator David Ellis and the UWI’s Amanda Reifer.[/caption]

“I am sure that we can fine-tune this plan to even more simple language to ensure that the C in CWI actually stands for the word cricket. Sadly, it has been my experience that CWI is rapidly becoming more of a Cameron-centric organization and less of a cricket-centric organization. Now, what do we mean when we say that CWI is becoming Cameron-centric? This is not disrespect for Cameron. I am simply speaking the truth. In short, it means the needs and fancy of Cameron have become bigger and more important than our cricketers and various indicators have shown me that the politics of survival in the office of the president matters more to him at this time than our cricket.

“Other indicators tell me cricket matters less than the president entertaining and traveling. The performance of the elite teams matters only when they win, and the answer to losing a series is to fire the coaches no matter what are the financial implications,” Skerritt told the audience that included vice-president of the Barbados Cricket Association (BCA) Calvin Hope, Board members Timothy Boyce, E. Betty Lewis Browne and Ignatius Marshall, former president E.K. “Tony” Marshall, ex-Barbados captains Philo Wallace and Kirk Edwards, Steven Leslie, the director of cricket at the BCA and Edison James who served as Prime Minister of Dominica from 1995 to 2000.

Skerritt, who is an independent director of CWI, said he wanted to make it absolutely clear that his principal reason for seeking the presidency of CWI was to help find sustainable solutions to the challenges facing West Indies cricket.

He charged that under Cameron's tenure as leader of CWI, Increasing the peril was more urgent than rebuilding relationships with the stakeholders, and relationships only mattered with those who said “yes” and agreed with Cameron.

“Those who doubt and question Cameron's decisions quickly become enemies of CWI. In the Cameron-centric culture governance only matters when it can be sidestepped and power is only useful when it can be sidestepped beyond that mandate of articles of association,” the former manager of the West Indies cricket team said.

Skerritt, a past tourism minister in St Kitts and Nevis said his purpose for making the presentation was not to attack Cameron but to put forward positive ideas to take West Indies cricket forward beyond March 24 - the day of the election. He listed some of the ideas he and Shallow were articulating to chart a new path for cricket.

Among them are the creation of a cricket-centered culture, optimum use of technology for greater effectiveness, an increase in grassroots cricket, the enhancement of the franchise system, modernization of coaching education, increased exposure for the Under-19 and Under-23 players, reevaluation of the system of team selections and the reparation of stakeholder relations.

Shallow said the opportunity for he and Skerritt to make their presentation to the BCA came about after initial rejection but had turned out to be a blessing in disguise because rather than addressing just nine members of the BCA's board, they were now speaking to a cross section of the Barbadian public and several persons around the world via the live stream.

The election to choose a president and vice-president of CWI takes place in Jamaica this month-end. Skerritt and Shallow will battle for the two top positions in West Indies cricket against Cameron and current vice-president of CWI Emmanuel Nanthan of Dominica.

Cameron has already garnered the support of the BCA board, as well as those of the Windward Islands and Guyana in the lead-up to the elections, while the boards of Trinidad and Tobago and the Leeward Islands are throwing their support behind Skerritt and Shallow. The direction of the vote of the Jamaica board is not known but could prove critical to the outcome of the election. The Jamaica board is headed by president Billy Heaven who reportedly has not always seen 'eye to eye' with Cameron.  

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          Journalist and human rights defender Luis Carlos Díaz detained by state security in Venezuela      Cache   Translate Page      
Communities inside and outside Venezuela demand his release Luis Carlos Díaz. Photo taken from his public Facebook profile. In the early hours of the morning on March 12, Venezuelan journalist Luis Carlos Díaz was confirmed to have been detained by the Bolivarian Intelligence Police (SEBIN). His wife, Naky Soto, also a well known political commentator, had … Continua la lettura di Journalist and human rights defender Luis Carlos Díaz detained by state security in Venezuela
          Groups denounce continuous cyberattacks against independent media in the Philippines      Cache   Translate Page      
Groups denounce cyberattacks against several independent media websites in the Philippines. Photo: Kodao Productions, used with permission. Several media groups in the Philippines marked the World Day Against Cyber Censorship on March 12, 2019, by holding a protest to denounce the ongoing cyberattacks against their websites which they claim are backed by the government. Since … Continua la lettura di Groups denounce continuous cyberattacks against independent media in the Philippines
          La prensa boricua resalta película dominico-boricua      Cache   Translate Page      
Molusco, Fausto Mata, Tony Pascual y Aquiles Correa nos hablan de "Los Domirriqueños 2"
La película estrenará este jueves en las salas de cine boricuas
La secuela de la película más taquillera filmada en Puerto Rico, regresa esta semana a la pantalla grande con mayores enredos, risas y anécdotas desde la carpa de un circo.
Esta vez la trama de “Los Domirriqueños 2” gira en torno al sobresaliente grupo de dominicanos y puertorriqueños que tras convertirse en el equipo ganador de baloncesto, necesitan recaudar fondos para pagar una demanda en la que están involucrados. La comedia que ingenia situaciones inesperadas lleva a los personajes a adentrarse a una carpa de un circo chino para sustituir el talento circense.
Actos inimaginables en el malabarismo, acrobacia, magia y todo lo que sucede en un circo serán recreados por los actores dominicanos Tony Pascual “Pachulí”, Fausto Mata, Aquiles Correa y los puertorriqueños Jorge Pabón “Molusco”, Carlos Vega, Alejandro Gil y Eugenio Monclova. A la nueva trama se integran las actrices Alba Nydia Díaz y Stephany Liriano y Los Pichys Boys.
“En el circo hay todo tipo de acróbatas, malabaristas, magos y hay de todo lo que se ve en el circo. Puede ver a Molusco tirándose de un cañón bien grande a Fausto haciendo otra cosa, pero lo más importante es que se van a reír desde el principio y es una comedia familiar que vuelve a presentar la unión de los puertorriqueños y de los dominicanos”, reveló Pascual, acompañado de sus colegas Correa, Mata y Pabón.
El locutor del programa radial “Los reyes de la punta” de la Mega narró entre risas que lo difícil del rodaje de la película en Juncos fue realizarlo dentro de la carpa de circo por el calor que hacía. Igual destacó que todas las actuaciones las hicieron ellos y que en su caso lo verán cruzar una cuerda floja, escena que al parecer será épica en el largometraje dirigido por Eduardo “Transfor” Ortiz.
“Cada rodaje tiene su magia, pero todos son difíciles por las horas que hay que dedicarle. La escena del circo fue complicada por el calor, el maquillaje y que no se puede usar el aire por el sonido. Era un calor horrible, pero lo logramos y el resultado final será del agrado del público que lo que desea es reír”, indicó Aquiles meintras el resto de los actores coincidió en que cada personaje tuvo que enfrentar sus propios retos durante la filmación.
El elenco, aunque está consciente que no siempre las secuelas logran el triunfo de las primeras partes, los actores confían en contar con un gran respaldo de la audiencia, ya que se trata de una historia original, divertida y con la certeza del éxito que trae consigo las actuaciones de los reconocidos dominicanos Mata, Pascual y Aquiles.
“Creo que aparte de la unión del humor dominicano, que aquí nos fue muy bien desde Sanky Panky, y el humor boricua, está la presencia de figuras queridas de aquí (Puerto Rico). En "Los Domirriqueños 1" estaba Danilo Beauchamp, Raúl  Carbonel y Antonio Sánchez “El Gángster” y fue algo novedoso el tener os a ellos en la pantalla grande", indicó Aquiles a El Nuevo Día. 
“Nos sentimos muy orgullosos del éxito alcanzado con los Domirriqueños en el 2015, y esta vez esperamos volver a cautivar al público con una propuesta súper entretenida, visualmente rica y con todo el colorido de un circo como el público se merece”, añadió el productor ejecutivo del filme, Carlos Nido.
La película estrena este próximo jueves en las salas de cine de Puerto Rico y el 21 de marzo en República Dominicana y el 29 de marzo en los mercados de Estados Unidos.
La casa productora es Piñolywood Studios, la misma de los filmes “Vico C”, “Sanky Panky 3”, “Una Boda en Castañer y “Pepo pa’l Senado” y "Los Domirriqueños".

 El elenco se prepara esta noche para la premier del filme en los cines de Plaza de Guyanabo. (El Nuevo Día)

          „Best of Ecotourism“: Guyana landet bei den Sustainable Top 100 Destination Awards auf Platz 1      Cache   Translate Page      
„Best of Ecotourism“: Guyana landet bei den Sustainable Top 100 Destination Awards auf Platz 1 Mettmann – Spitzen-Auszeichnung für Guyana. Bei den diesjährigen Sustainable Top 100 Destination Awards der Green Destinations Foundation landete das südamerikanische Land in der Kategorie Best of Ecotourism auf dem ersten Rang. Damit verwies man selbst so renommierte Eco-Ziele wie die

          Gonsalves hails LIAT rescue ‘success’      Cache   Translate Page      

A financial rescue for cash-strapped regional carrier LIAT appears on the horizon - along with plans for yet another restructuring - following marathon talks at the Lloyd Erskine Sandiford Centre, which ended just minutes before midnight on Monday.

Speaking to Barbados TODAY immediately after the meeting, chairman of the majority shareholding governments of LIAT, Dr Ralph Gonsalves, gave the impression that the shareholders were close to securing buy-in from the airline’s unions, even though it would call for some sacrifice on their part.

The Vincentian prime minister said: “Our meeting lasted over four hours with the union leaders, the management, the shareholders and other officials and I think we made progress and we ended the meeting all holding hands and singing ‘Bind us together, Lord”.

“I think everybody is binding to an amended restructuring plan where there is burden sharing and the employees are prepared to bear some burdens.”

Prime Minister Mia Mottley and Antiguan prime minister Gaston Browne, representing two of the four majority shareholders, attended the talks.

The workers were represented by the Leeward Islands Airline Pilots’ Association (LIALPA) and the Barbados Workers’ Union, whose representatives declined to comment until they first reported to their members.

But according to Dr Gonsalves, the extent to which workers would be expected to sacrifice is still to be determined.

He said: “The extent of what is to be borne we will know in a couple of days when they [the unions] talk to their members, but we had a very positive response,” he said.

The LIAT chairman also categorically dismissed as false, social media reports of plans to replace LIAT Chief Executive Officer Julie Reifer Jones. “I have not heard of anything. I am the chairman and if that were even on the cards somebody will tell me,” he stressed.

The Barbados meeting comes as Caribbean countries are being asked to contribute a total of $10.8 million (US$5.4 million) in emergency funding needed to keep the airline in the sky. At the same time, 11 destinations have been given until Friday, March 15, to respond to the airline’s minimal revenue guarantee (MRG) proposals.

Gonsalves said that countries, including the four major shareholders – Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Dominica and St. Vincent and the Grenadines – along with Grenada, have agreed to contribute to the emergency fund.

Barbados, which has the 116 weekly departures, the highest by LIAT, is being asked to contribute $3.2 million (US$1.614 million), while Antigua and Barbuda, with 69 weekly departures, is to contribute $1.9 million (US$960,310).

Dominica is being asked to contribute $695,876 (US$347,938) in light of its 25 weekly flights, St. Vincent and the Grenadines with 52 departures per week will contribute $1.4 million (US$723,711) while Grenada, which has 35 LIAT departures per week, is being asked to contribute $974,226 (US$487,113).

In a statement following the first round of shareholder talks, held in the Vincentian capital, Kingstown, over the weekend, Dr Gonsalves made it clear that these five countries constitute an “A Group”.  He added that while no other government has come forward in the face of the crisis, the shareholder governments are targetting a further three destination governments, namely Guyana (US$292,280), St. Kitts and Nevis (US$389,691) and St. Lucia (US$584,536).

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          Don’t promote Barbados-type Brexit, says political scientist      Cache   Translate Page      

Barbadians are being urged to stay clear of the ‘xenophobic’ rhetoric promoted by those who oppose government’s efforts to deepen regional integration.

In fact, political scientist Peter Wickham has warned that such sentiments, if allowed to fester, could trigger the type of “self harm” brought upon the British people by the 2016 Brexit referendum, when that country voted to leave the European Union.

In an interview with Barbados TODAY, the regionalist argued that Barbadians were being bombarded with misinformation from people who should know better.

“I think it’s unfortunate that it has become controversial, quite frankly. I think a lot of the people who are criticizing it ought to know better, because a single market is simply just that. You try to ensure that as people move from country to country they enjoy the same benefits and privileges, which other persons who are living here would enjoy.

“I do worry, because if these views are not kept in check, that’s ultimately where it ends and I’m hoping that as we watch the level of self-harm that the British are bringing on themselves by way of a similar level of xenophobia, it is enough to tell us to check ourselves and realize that we’re not that special.

“I fear that Barbados becomes like the United Kingdom and we bring a Brexit on ourselves on the basis of misinformation. It would be quite sad if we reach the stage where we begin to think like the British and we develop a level of xenophobia that matches theirs,” said Wickham.

Over the last few days there has been robust public debate about the implications of the CARICOM amendment bill and the Protocol of Contingent Rights which extends basic rights to the spouse, young children, and dependent parents of skilled CARICOM nationals, in the host territory, allowing them to enter and leave the country without restrictions.

Barbados has also decided to grant the children of skilled CARICOM nationals, access to both primary and secondary level education. It has also made provision for these families to access primary health care.

While some believe the amendment could result in CARICOM nationals placing an unwarranted burden on the country’s already struggling social welfare system, Wickham argued that an influx of regional migration could strengthen it.

“We are in an International Monetary Fund (IMF) programme that is brought on by the fact that our economy is under substantial pressure. One of the ways that we can grow is by reaching out to people across the region. We are in a situation where our national insurance is telling us that they are running out of resources because they’re not enough working-age people in Barbados because of the declining birthrate. Regionalism has a way of dealing with that also.

“This is the kind of logic that we need to be aware of and we need to closely monitor this proclivity or this inclination toward xenophobia that appears to have become so popular now,” he again warned.

Wickham also argued that a greater level of public awareness on the benefits of free movement within CARICOM was needed.

“If you look at education for example and
you look at the results of the Caribbean Examinations Council and the fact that the country that performs best is Guyana; clearly there is something happening in Guyana that should make us want to go there to seek education at a secondary level.

“Barbadians seem to think for some reason that their product is better. I do not understand what disparity people are speaking about. There are a lot of misunderstandings being peddled for reasons that are purely political.

“I think if the majority were able to speak you would see an entirely different situation consistent with research that I would have done back in the early 2000’s.

“I think we are completing a circle which we have already started. We started the process back in the 1960’s with CARIFTA and then you go to the CARICOM single market agreement that was signed back in 2004. I think that it is necessary to complete it.”

Wickham added: “Perhaps it might be a wise thing for people to get out and look around the region and see what is on offer and try to understand a bit better before rushing to judgment about something on which they know nothing.”

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          Senza una gamba attraversa l’Atlantico a remi in 60 giorni      Cache   Translate Page      
Lee Spencer, 49 anni, è partito dal Portogallo il 9 gennaio, lunedì è giunto in Guyana francese. L’ex Marine britannico aveva subito l’amputazione dell’arto inferiore destro
          Sodomy Laws in the US and around the World      Cache   Translate Page      
A sodomy law is a law that defines certain sexual acts as crimes. The precise sexual acts meant by the term sodomy are rarely spelled out in the law, but are typically understood by courts to include any sexual act deemed to be "unnatural" or immoral. Sodomy typically includes anal sex, oral sex and bestiality. In practice, sodomy laws have rarely been enforced against heterosexual couples (Wikipedia)

Sodomy arrest sparks controversy… 34 years ago

Michael Hardwick is arrested for sodomy after a police officer observes him having sex with another man in his own bedroom in Georgia. Although the district attorney eventually dropped the charges, Hardwick decided to challenge the constitutionality of Georgia’s law.

“John and Mary Doe,” who joined in Hardwick’s suit against Michael Bowers, the attorney general of Georgia, maintained that the Georgia law “chilled and deterred” them from engaging in certain types of sex in their home. But in 1986, the Supreme Court handed down its decision in Bowers v. Hardwick, ruling by a 5-4 vote that states could continue to treat certain types of consensual sex as criminal acts.

Apparently, Justice Byron White had characterized the issue not as the right to privacy in one’s own bedroom, but rather as the right to commit sodomy. Viewed in this narrow manner, it was no surprise that he was unable to find such a clause in the Constitution. Justice Lewis Powell, who also voted to uphold the law, later called his vote a mistake.

In June 2003, the U.S. Supreme Court overturned a Texas law under which two men had been arrested for having consensual sex at home. The 6-3 Lawrence v. Texas decision reversed the infamous 1986 Bowers decision and finally dealt a death blow to sodomy laws throughout the country.

In its landmark ruling Lawrence v. Texas, the Supreme Court ruled that anti-sodomy laws —sometimes referred to as “crimes against nature” laws — are unconstitutional. But 12 states continue to keep such laws on their books. Of 14 states that had anti-sodomy laws, only Montana and Virginia have repealed theirs since the Supreme Court ruling, while anti-sodomy laws remain on the books in Alabama, Florida, Idaho, Kansas, Louisiana, Michigan, Mississippi, North Carolina, Oklahoma, South Carolina, Texas and Utah.

You may believe anti-sodomy laws are not harmful because they can’t be enforced. But they are an important symbol of homophobia for those who oppose LGBT rights. What’s more, the laws create ambiguity for police officers, who may not be aware they are unconstitutional.

If a policeman looks it up, he will see that sodomy is a violation of Louisiana state law, for example, according to Marjorie Esman, executive director of the American Civil Liberties Union of Louisiana.

Sodomy Laws around the World

In the recent years, sodomy related laws have been repealed or judicially struck down in all of Europe, North America, and South America, except for Antigua and Barbuda, Barbados, Belize, Dominica, Grenada, Guyana, Jamaica, Saint Kitts and Nevis, Saint Lucia, Saint Vincent and the Grenadines, and Trinidad and Tobago.

There have never been Western-style sodomy related laws in the People's Republic of China, Taiwan, North Korea, South Korea, or Vietnam. Additionally, Vietnam, Laos and Cambodia were part of the French colony of 'Indochine'; so if there had been any laws against male homosexual acts in those countries, they would have been dismantled by French colonial authorities, since male homosexual acts have been legal in France and throughout the French Empire since the issuing of the aforementioned French Revolutionary penal code in 1791.

This trend among Western nations has not been followed in all other regions of the world (Africa, some parts of Asia, Oceania and even western countries in the Caribbean Islands), where sodomy often remains a serious crime. For example, male homosexual acts, at least in theory, can result in life imprisonment in Barbados and Guyana.

In Africa, male homosexual acts remain punishable by death in Mauritania, Sudan, and some parts of Nigeria and Somalia. Male and sometimes female homosexual acts are minor to major criminal offences in many other African countries; for example, life imprisonment is a prospective penalty in Sierra Leone, Tanzania and Uganda. A notable exception is South Africa, where same-sex marriage is legal.

In Asia, male homosexual acts remain punishable by death in Iran, Saudi Arabia, Brunei, the United Arab Emirates, and Yemen; but anti-sodomy laws have been repealed in Israel (which recognizes but does not perform same-sex marriages), Japan, Kazakhstan, the Philippines, and Thailand. Additionally, life imprisonment is the formal penalty for male homosexual acts in Bangladesh, the Maldives, Myanmar, Pakistan, and Qatar.

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          Spazio, tutto pronto per il lancio di “Prisma” il satellite italiano chiavi in mano      Cache   Translate Page      
Il prossimo 21 marzo il satellite dell’Agenzia Spaziale Italiana dovrebbe lasciare la base spaziale europea di Kourou nella Guyana Francese e guarderà la Terra dalla sua orbita a circa 620 chilometri di quota. ...
          Prediksi Mexico vs Honduras 21 Juli 2017      Cache   Translate Page      
Prediksi Mexico vs Honduras , Prediksi Bola Mexico vs Honduras , Prediksi bola jitu Mexico vs Honduras , Prediksi Skor Mexico vs Honduras dalam ajang pertandingan CONCACAF Gold Cup , pada tanggal 21 Juli 2017 , di University of Phoenix Stadium ( Glendale , Arizona ) , pukul 09:30 WIB. Dalam ajang pertandingan CONCACAF Gold Cup , pada tanggal 21 Juli 2017 , di University of Phoenix Stadium ( Glendale , Arizona ) , pukul 09:30 WIB. 2 x tidak berhasil mengamankan hasil paling baik di dalam hadapi Timnas Kosta Rika serta Timnas El Savador, Timnas Honduras juga tidak dapat terlepas dar kritik pedas yang tengah dilancarkan. Pasalnya Timnas Honduras juga cuma mencatatkan satu kemenangan saja didaam tiap-tiap kompetisi. Dengan menelan 2 x kalah, 2 x imbang serta satu kemenangan saja, pasti bakal dapat jadi catatan utama untuk diperbaiki oleh Timnas Honduras. Mengingat Timnas Honduras juga masih tetap bakal dihadapkan dengan pertandingan berat hadapi Timnas Meksiko. Bermain di dalam ketatnya persaingan Kwalifikasi Piala Dunia Amerika U & S & Karibia, bakal dapat jadi satu persaingan menarik untuk disaksikan. Pertandingan ini sendiri sedianya bakal di gelar pada lepas 09 Juni 2017 pada jam 09. 00 WIB di Estadio Azteca. Berkunjung ke markas besar Timnas Meksiko tetaplah bukanlah jadi pertandingan gampang untuk Timnas Honduras. Hingga memainkan permainan terbaiknya serta akan tidak memberi ruangan contoh untuk Timnas Meksiko meningkatkan peramainanya, bakal dapat mempermudah langkah Timnas Honduras untuk memperoleh catatan paling baik dan terlepas dari kekalahan. Head to head Mexico vs Honduras : 09/06/17 Mexico 3 – 0 Honduras 07/09/16 Mexico 0 – 0 Honduras 18/11/15 Mexico 2 – 0 Honduras 02/07/15 Mexico 0 – 0 Honduras 10/10/14 Mexico 2 – 0 Honduras Hasil lima pertandingan Mexico : 02/07/17 Mexico 2 – 1 Paraguay 02/07/17 Mexico 1 – 2 Portugal 10/07/17 Mexico 3 – 1 El Salvador 14/07/17 Mexico 0 – 0 Jamaica 17/07/17 Mexico 2 – 0 Curaçao Hasil lima pertandingan Honduras : 09/06/17 Honduras 0 – 3 Mexico 14/06/17 Honduras 2 – 2 Panama 08/07/17 Honduras 0 – 1 Costa Rica 12/07/17 Honduras 3 – 0 French Guyana 15/07/17 Honduras 0 – 0 Canada Prediksi susunan pemain Mexico vs Honduras : Mexico : José Corona J. Pereira C. Montes L. Rodríguez Jorge Hernández R. López R. Reyes O. Pineda É. Gutiérrez A. Sepúlveda M. Barragán Honduras : L. Lopez M. Figueroa C. Sánchez H. Figueroa J. Claros C. Discua A. Mejía C. Lanza R. Quioto F. Crisanto A. Elis Bursa taruhan bola asia Handicap Mexico vs Honduras : 0 : 1 Bursa taruhan bola over / under : 2 1/4 Prediksi pertandingan Mexico vs Honduras : 3 – 0
          Guyana busca fondos ambientales para cuidar sus manglares      Cache   Translate Page      

Desde hace varias décadas, Guyana usa los manglares para proteger sus costas contra las agresiones de la naturaleza, y considera que deben formar parte de programas como la Reducción de Emisiones derivadas de la Deforestación y la Degradación de los bosques (REDD+), de las Naciones Unidas, para poder acceder a recursos económicos. Guyana necesita los […]

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          AG says resignation of Cabinet would be devastating - -as Appeal Court begins hearing no-confidence case       Cache   Translate Page      
Oral arguments on the validity of the no-confidence motion against government began yesterday in Guyana’s Court of Appeal, where Attorney-General (AG) Basil Williams warned of devastating consequences for the smooth running of the country if the finding that Cabinet should have resigned is allowed to stand.
          BCGI finally meets with union - -agrees to bilateral talks to settle dispute       Cache   Translate Page      
After 26 days of industrial action by workers, the Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc.
          GRA sole agency for issuing driver’s licences - -regional offices now eliminate need to travel to city      Cache   Translate Page      
As part of a collaboration with the Guyana Police Force (GPF) to standardise the Driver’s Licence system the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA) will be the sole agency responsible for the sale and issuance of the licence.
          Unions disappointed by UG Council’s handling of workers’ issues      Cache   Translate Page      
The University of Guyana (UG)  unions have voiced their disappointment over the handling of workers’ issues during the most recent meeting of the UG Council, which took place last Thursday and said they are now forced to consider other options.
          Opposition-nominated commissioners walk out of GECOM meeting over absence of poll preparations on agenda      Cache   Translate Page      
For the third consecutive week, the three PPP/C-nominated members of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) walked out of a statutory meeting after saying that poll preparations were not on the agenda.
          Private criminal charges filed against four GECOM commissioners over elections date      Cache   Translate Page      
As the deadline for elections draws nearer a private citizen, Marcel Gaskin, has filed a criminal complaint against Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) James Patterson and the three government-nominated commissioners.
          Court to rule on whether case made against GBTI directors      Cache   Translate Page      
A city magistrate is expected to rule on March 19 on whether or not a case has been made out against the eight Guyana Bank for Trade and Industry (GBTI) Directors who are charged with failing to comply with a court order.
          Education Ministry evaluating school labs in bid to boost STEM studies      Cache   Translate Page      
In its ongoing efforts to improve the quality of education offered to students in the subject areas that fall under Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM), the Ministry of Education (MoE) is moving to ensure that students across Guyana have access to science laboratories that are properly equipped and satisfy recognised best practices.
          GWI to upgrade water systems in Sand Creek, other Region Nine villages      Cache   Translate Page      
The Guyana Water Incorporated (GWI) has announced an initiative that will see the Sand Creek Secondary School and six other villages in Region Nine benefitting from upgraded water systems.
          Civil aviation to put hold on application for use of 737 which crashed in Ethiopia      Cache   Translate Page      
The Guyana Civil Aviation Authority (GCAA) says it has put a hold on an application for use of the same model of Boeing 737 aircraft which crashed in Ethiopia on Friday.
          Comment on Don’t promote Barbados-type Brexit, says political scientist by Tennyson Drakes      Cache   Translate Page      
People the word is "parity". That is what is required before their is any justification of any free movement of people in the Caribbean. When Guyana and Jamaica dollar was worth $4.80 to the Barbados dollar it made sense for Barbadians to have gone to Guyana and possibly Jamaica. That is human nature. The main reason why it is easy for the eastern Caribbean nationals to travel freely among themselves is the parity of their currency. It is common to all of them. Also, when a glass is full and you keep on adding water, the water is only wasted. Barbados is 166 square miles. It is one of one of the most densely populated countries in the world.
          Criminal charges filed against Chairman, Govt Commissioners by Minister’s brother      Cache   Translate Page      
GECOM’s foot-dragging on elections The brother of Business Minister Dominic Gaskin on Tuesday filed private criminal charges against the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) Chairman and the three Government Commissioners for conspiracy to breach the Constitution of Guyana. The charges were filed by complainant Marcel Gaskin against Retired Justice James Patterson, Vincent Alexander, Charles Corbin and […]
          PPP Commissioners walk out of GECOM meeting      Cache   Translate Page      
…after Commission puts house-to-house registration on agenda The three PPP Commissioners at the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) walked out of a meeting held at the Commission on Tuesday after realising that the matters on the agenda for the statutory meeting had nothing to do with Regional and General Elections but rather, house-to-house registration. Moments after […]
          Local tourism stakeholders celebrate eco-tourism award      Cache   Translate Page      
Local tourism stakeholders on Monday evening gathered at the Cara Lodge, Quamina Street, to celebrate the award of Guyana being named the number one “Best of eco-tourism” destination in the world at the ITB Global Travel Trade Fair in Berlin, Germany. Director of the Guyana Tourism Authority, Brian Mullis told the gathering that the award […]
          Burnham-style rigging returns, GECOM totally an APNU/AFC creature      Cache   Translate Page      
India announced this week it will hold general elections exactly one month from now, with more than 900 million people voting. Guyana has been under notice for a general election since the passage of the No-Confidence Motion (NCM) on December 21, 2018, for elections to be held within 90 days, by March 21, 2019, in […]
          What do we know about Mozambique’s next general elections?      Cache   Translate Page      
A billboard shows Mozambique's president Filipe Nyusi. Photo by Dércio Tsandzana, used with permission. In October 2019, Mozambique will elect its next president and its Congress for the sixth time since 1994 — and will elect provincial governors for the first time in its history. Although the race hasn't officially begun, it is generally expected that … Continua la lettura di What do we know about Mozambique’s next general elections?
          EPA, Energy Dept. show room exists to amend Exxon contract – This contradicts govt.’s nonsensical approach – Dr. Mangal      Cache   Translate Page      
By Abena Rockcliffe-Campbell While the APNU+AFC government has taken a position that it will not trouble the “strangling” provisions of its contract with ExxonMobil, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and the Department of Energy have taken steps that are tantamount to amending some of the provisions that are deemed stacked against Guyana. According to the […]
          Criminal charges filed against GECOM Chairman, Coalition Commissioners      Cache   Translate Page      
A vote in favour of a motion can land the Chairman of the Guyana Elections Commission (GECOM) and three coalition commissioners in jail for one year. This could be the case if attorney-at-law Sanjeev Datadin wins a case that was filed yesterday. Datadin filed the charges with the Georgetown Magistrates’ Courts on behalf of Civil […]
          Rusal agrees to recognise union; bilateral talks to begin      Cache   Translate Page      
  A three week-old standoff between staffers and Russian-controlled Bauxite Company of Guyana Inc. (BCGI) appears to be nearing a solution. Yesterday, an under-pressure BCGI, which controls bauxite mining operations in the Upper Berbice area, Region 10, agreed to sit down later this week with the Guyana Bauxite and General Workers Union (GB&GWU) to discuss […]
          GRA, Central Bank, Finance Ministry strengthening capacity to execute NRF functions      Cache   Translate Page      
By Kiana Wilburg When it comes to robust preparations for the oil and gas sector, Finance Minister Winston Jordan recently assured that capacity is being developed in the Guyana Revenue Authority (GRA), Central Bank, and his Ministry, so that their respective functions can be executed in relation to the Natural Resource Fund. In an exclusive […]
          Wismar Bridge project receives new financial proposals      Cache   Translate Page      
      The Wismar Bridge project, announced by the Government of Guyana in August last, received more financial proposals during the reading of bids, at the National Procurement and Tender Administration Board (NPTAB) yesterday. The project has received proposals before, but was stalled due to issues surrounding design feasibility. The 50-year-old bridge is falling […]
          17 local athletes qualify for CARIFTA Games 2019      Cache   Translate Page      
Head of the Amateur Athletics Association of Guyana (AAG), Aubrey Hutson, had disclosed with the media last year that he was looking to have at least 20 athletes competing at the Caribbean Free Trade Association (CARIFTA) games and his dream will surely be a reality with a total of 17 local stars registering Carifta Standards […]
          Location being sought for Guyana Sports Hall of Fame building Selectors to be named shortly      Cache   Translate Page      
By Sean Devers Unlike most parts of the Caribbean and further afield, Guyana’s culture is not to name Sporting venues after their sports heroes or the erect statutes or monuments of past iconic Sportsmen and Women. But establishment of the Guyana Sports Hall of Fame (GSHF) could see a change in how Sporting Greats of […]
          GMR&SC Drag Championship Team Trans Pacific backs event on and off the strip      Cache   Translate Page      
One of Guyana’s leading Auto Sales and Spare parts retailer, Trans Pacific, has readily thrown its support behind the motor racing community once again as they recently confirmed their sponsorship of the Guyana Motor Racing and Sports Club’s (GMR&SC), Drag Championship, round one. At Trans Pacific Auto Sales, Good Hope East Coast Demerara Office, Proprietor […]
          Ninvalle up for AMBC Vice Presidency      Cache   Translate Page      
President of the Guyana Boxing Association (GBA), Steve Ninvalle, has been nominated to run for the post of Vice President of the American Boxing Confederation (AMBC), a position once elected, will open many doors for the Caribbean boxing fraternity. In an invited comment with Kaieteur Sport, Ninvalle said that being nominated to run for such […]
          Event Update For 2019-03-10      Cache   Translate Page 

The seas, lakes and oceans are now pluming deadly hydrogen sulfide and suffocating methane. Hydrogen sulfide is a highly toxic water-soluble heavier-than-air gas and will accumulate in low-lying areas. Methane is slightly more buoyant than normal air and so will be all around, but will tend to contaminate our atmosphere from the top down. These gases are sickening and killing oxygen-using life all around the world, including human life, as our atmosphere is increasingly poisoned. Because both gases are highly flammable and because our entire civilization is built around fire and flammable fuels, this is leading to more fires and explosions. This is an extinction level event and will likely decimate both the biosphere and human population and it is debatable whether humankind can survive this event.

A. More fires and more explosions, especially along the coasts, but everywhere generally.
B. Many more animal die-offs, of all kinds, and especially oceanic species.
C. More multiples of people will be found dead in their homes, as if they'd dropped dead.
D. More corpses found in low-lying areas, all over the world.
E. More unusual vehicular accidents.
F. Improved unemployment numbers as people die off.

Category: Variety Pack

2019-03-10 - Widespread marine oxygen declines are stressing sensitive species:

Quote: "It’s potentially very dire..."

Note: Very bad for many (most) species but there are a few species which don't like oxygen, so this is a huge boon for them, in particular the ancient anaerobic bacteria and archaea that produce hydrogen sulfide. I'm sure they're doing just fine...

2019-03-10 - The climate change paper so depressing it’s sending people to therapy:

2019-03-10 - Car bursts into flame on overpass and kills woman and 2 daughters in East Delhi (India):

Quote: "A 35-year-old woman and two of her daughters were burnt to death after the car they were travelling in burst into flames at east Delhi's Akshardham flyover on Sunday."

Quote: "The two girls who died in the incident were two and five years old, the DCP said."

2019-03-10 - Passenger plane hit by fire and/or smoke in flight then crashes near Addis Ababa (Ethiopia), all 157 aboard killed:

Quote: "Witness account of the Ethiopian airlines that crashed Sunday killing 157 people on board says the plane came down in flames before it exploded after hitting the ground. It has also been reported that the pilot made a distress call and had been cleared to return at Bole International airport."

Quote: "The Ethiopian plane was new, delivered to the airline in November. The Boeing 737 Max 8 was one of 30 meant for the airline, Boeing said in July. The jet’s last maintenance was on Feb. 4, and it had flown just 1,200 hours. The plane crashed six minutes after departure, plowing into the ground at Hejere near Bishoftu, or Debre Zeit, some 31 miles outside Addis Ababa, at 8:44 a.m. There was no immediate indication why the plane went down in clear weather while on a flight to Nairobi, the capital of neighboring Kenya."

2019-03-10 - Passenger plane engine bursts into flame in flight, plane lands safely at airport in Houston (Texas):

Quote: "An airplane landed at Bush airport Sunday night after an engine fire, but no one was hurt, according to the Houston Fire Department. It happened shortly before 10:30 p.m. Airport officials tell us a United Airlines flight was coming from Newark, New Jersey when the Boeing 737-900 engine caught fire."

Note: A passenger plane was just hit by smoke and made an emergency landing in coastal Newark the day prior too, mentioned in the 2019-03-09 update, so that's two passenger planes in two days being hit by smoke/fire either coming into Newark or after departing Newark. These are the 37th and 38th aircraft to smoke/burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-10 - Underground electrical fire spews flames from manhole in coastal Brooklyn (New York):

2019-03-10 - Underground electrical fire forces evacuation of four apartment buildings in coastal Queens (New York):

2018-03-10 - Underground fire suddenly shoots flames from sewer and burns two children in Delhi (India):

Quote: "Locals told cops that flames suddenly came out of the sewer ducts and the children suffered burn injuries."

2019-03-10 - Transformer bursts into flame and causes blackouts in Castle Shannon (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-10 - Fair Isle Bird Observatory destroyed by huge fire on coastal Fair Isle (Scotland):

2019-03-10 - Wildfire breaks out in coastal Nanakuli on the island of Oahu (Hawaii):

2019-03-10 - Boat bursts into flame near the mouth of the Waini River off the coast of Guyana, 2 killed, 1 injured:

Quote: "Hours after a boat with 20 persons aboard caught afire off the mouth of the Waini River, the body of a Venezuelan man washed up on Shell Beach, sources said. The man’s name has been given as Antonio Ramon Wells. Police have already confirmed that a woman, with second degree burns, was rushed to the Mabaruma Hospital. She was due to be the air-dashed to the Georgetown Public Hospital for specialised treatment and care at the Burns Unit. The Guyana Police Force’s Interior Commander, Kevin Adonis earlier Sunday said police were responding to reports that flames engulfed a passenger boat about 10 miles from the mouth of the Waini River. The boat was ferrying passengers from Venezuela to Pomeroon in Guyana when the craft caught afire."

Quote: "Reports indicate that the elderly, Mrs. Archer lives in Venezuela and was travelling with her husband, Carl Archer, who is blind, when the mishap occurred. She has reportedly said she was holding onto her husband, but was forced to release him. Her last sight of her spouse was seeing 'his head on fire.'"

2019-03-10 - Boat bursts into flame while docked near Shelter Island in coastal San Diego (California), nobody aboard:

2019-03-10 - Boat, vehicles and 3 RV trailers destroyed by fire at 11:17 PM on the shore of Lake Blackshear (Georgia):

Quote: "The fire quickly spread to two adjacent trailers but was contained before spreading to others nearby. Two vehicles and a boat were also destroyed in the blaze."

Note: These are the 231st, 232nd and 233rd boats/ships to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-10 - Charter school bus bursts into flame at 12:06 AM near Dahlonega (Georgia):

Quote: "USC Aiken catcher Luke Leisenring tweeted late Sunday night that this wasn't exactly how he wanted to be featured on the Foul Pole Sports Twitter account. The tweet, which had already been viewed more than 16,000 times just after midnight, was a video of the USC Aiken baseball team's bus engulfed in flames."

Note: This is the 52nd school bus to burn in 2019, and this is the 136th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-03-10 - Passenger bus bursts into flame on highway near coastal Tórshavn on the Faroe Islands:

Note: This is the 137th bus to burn in 2019...

2019-03-10 - Tractor, vehicle and garage go up in flames in coastal Pasadena (Maryland):

Quote: "A tractor and a vehicle were damaged when a Pasadena garage caught fire on Sunday morning, according to the Anne Arundel County Fire Department."

2019-03-10 - Tractor, four heavy trucks and business destroyed by fire in the wee hours on Long Lake Road in Berrien Springs (Michigan):

Quote: "Tom Flagel, President of the company, says that the Fire Chief told him the fire is still of unknown origin. It resulted in a total loss for the company including 4 major insulation trucks and equipment, supplies and inventory, three offices and the equipment in them, plus a Kubota grounds tractor."

2019-03-10 - Tractor trailer bursts into flame on Highway 401 in Pickering (Canada):

Note: These are the 387th, 388th and 389th tractors/tankers/semis to burn/explode in 2019...

2019-03-10 - Box truck bursts into flame at home in coastal North Fort Myers (Florida), man burned:

2019-03-10 - SUV bursts into flame near gas station in Cantonment (Florida):

2019-03-10 - SUV bursts into flame on Highway 90 in Horry County (South Carolina):

2019-03-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-95 in coastal Milford (Connecticut):

2019-03-10 - Car bursts into flame at 3:15 AM on I-15 in the Virgin River Gorge (Arizona):

2019-03-10 - Car bursts into flame on I-15 near Butte (Montana):

2019-03-10 - Car bursts into flame at 2 AM on the M61 near Farnworth (Britain):

2019-03-10 - Car bursts into flame on the A380B in Wapperwell (Britain):

2019-03-10 - Vehicle bursts into flame on I-77 in Raleigh County (West Virginia):

2019-03-10 - Car and garage destroyed by fire, home damaged, on Grove End Road in St John’s Wood (Britain):

2019-03-10 - Auto shop goes up in flames in Winterbourne (Britain):

2019-03-10 - Barn destroyed by fire shortly after 6 AM near Cedar Falls (Iowa), some livestock killed:

2019-03-10 - Church heavily damaged by fire in Roeland Park (Kansas):

2019-03-10 - Restaurant destroyed by fire at 11:44 PM in East Olympia (Washington):

2019-03-10 - Warehouse destroyed by massive blaze in coastal Burswood (Australia):

2019-03-10 - Garage goes up in flames at home in Whitefish Bay (Wisconsin):

2019-03-10 - In separate incidents, two mobile homes destroyed by fire before 5:30 AM near Sand Springs (Oklahoma):

2019-03-10 - Home damaged by garage fire in the wee hours in Stoughton (Massachusetts), 2 injured:

2019-03-10 - Home damaged by fire at 6:15 AM in Torrington (Connecticut):

2019-03-10 - Home heavily damaged by garage fire in Oklahoma City (Oklahoma):

2019-03-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Kambach Street in Mt. Washington (Pennsylvania):

2019-03-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire on Appleton Road in Elkton (Maryland):

2019-03-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire in the Buena Vista area in Nashville (Tennessee):

2019-03-10 - Home heavily damaged by fire in Madison (Wisconsin):

2019-03-10 - Home destroyed by fire in Enfield (Connecticut), nobody there:

2019-03-10 - Home destroyed by fire in Norfolk (Nebraska):

2019-03-10 - Home destroyed by fire shortly before 7 AM on River Road in Petersburg (New York), several pets killed:

2019-03-10 - Multi-family home heavily damaged by fire in coastal Portsmouth (Virginia):

2019-03-10 - Apartment building heavily damaged by pfire in Pflugerville (Texas):

2019-03-10 - Apartment building heavily damaged by fire in Shreveport (Louisiana):

2019-03-10 - Townhome complex heavily damaged by fire at 4:30 AM in coastal Toms River (New Jersey):

2019-03-10 - Deadly fire destroys home at 11:32 PM on Hill Avenue in Grand Junction (Colorado), 1 killed, 2 injured:

2019-03-10 - Vacant home burns at 5:13 AM on East Brookline Street in Winston-Salem (North Carolina):

2019-03-10 - Vacant home destroyed by fire in Chatham Township (Ohio):

2019-03-10 - In separate incidents, man, 70, dies in the water at beach, and man, 64, dies after diving at beach, in the Maldive Islands:

Quote: "A 70-year-old Chinese tourist was found dead on Sunday in the lagoon of Madivaru Finolhu in Alif Alif atoll. He was spending the holidays in a guesthouse on the nearby Thoddoo island. Police did not confirm that his death was caused by drowning. Later on Sunday, a 64-year-old Japanese tourist died during a diving trip in Vaavu atoll."

Quote: "There have been a spate of tourist deaths by drowning this year. Several fatal accidents have also occurred during diving trips."

Note: A 34-yar-old man just dropped dead in a guesthouse in the Maldive Islands the day prior too, mentioned in the 2019-03-09 update...

2019-03-10 - Three medical students die in the water at Burude Falls in Karnataka (India):

2019-03-10 - Woman, 75, found dead in swimming pool at home in coastal Sarasota (Florida):

Quote: "An investigation is underway after a woman allegedly drowned in a pool at home. Police say the drowning happened before 6 p.m. and a 75-year-old woman was located in the pool. The home is located on North Washington Drive near St. Armand’s Circle. She was pronounced dead on the scene, according to SPD. Police say no foul play is suspected."

Note: Can you believe that you've gotta pay extra for a home with a death pool?!

2019-03-10 - Man, 28, found dead in McCoys Creek near the Brooklyn area in coastal Jacksonville (Florida):

2019-03-10 - Fire chief has 'medical emergency' at funeral of another firefighter, dies shortly later, in coastal Portland (Maine), 1500 feet from the ocean:

Quote: "A town fire chief has died after suffering a medical emergency at the funeral for a fire captain who was killed while shielding a colleague from flames, Maine Gov. Janet Mills said."

2019-03-10 - Woman in her 60s drops dead between two parked cars in coastal Bay Ridge, Brooklyn (New York):

2019-03-10 - Man, 56, drops dead in home in coastal Manhattan (New York):

Quote: "Two people were found dead in Manhattan and Brooklyn on Sunday within about an hour of each other, police said. A 56-year-old man was discovered lying face down in his Washington Heights living room on St. Nicholas Ave. by W. 178th St. by his female roommate around 9:50 a.m. He was pronounced dead at the scene. There were no obvious signs of trauma on his body except for facial injuries that may have happened as the victim fell to the floor, cops said."

2019-03-10 - Man in his 20s or 30s drops dead near Walmart in Shreveport (Louisiana):

Quote: "While the cause of death is still undetermined, investigators say there were no outward signs of foul play. The body is confirmed as being that of a male in his 20s to 30s. This is the second body found dead in that particular area within the week. Last week, a man was found dead in the Walmart parking lot, less than a mile away."

2019-03-10 - Man found dead on the shore of the James River in Chesterfield County (Virginia):

2019-03-10 - Man, 74, has 'medical issue' and slumps over dead while driving, SUV crashes into tree, near Chillicothe (Ohio), 1 killed:

Quote: "The Pike County Coroner ruled Hamilton, of Piketon, had died from an undisclosed medical condition prior to crashing."

2019-03-10 - Man, 49, found dead in drainage reservoir in Middletown (Ohio):

2019-03-10 - Man, 49, drops dead in park in Sioux Falls (South Dakota):

2019-03-10 - Woman, 22, found dead near train racks in Bessemer (Alabama):

2019-03-10 - Man dies while snorkeling off coastal Mount Eliza (Australia):

Quote: "A male snorkeller has died in Port Phillip off Mount Eliza this afternoon. The man’s friend found him unresponsive in the water, Victoria Police said. Police were called to Daveys Bay, Pelican Point about 12.50pm."

Quote: "The incident comes a month after another snorkeller was pulled from the same body of water."

2019-03-10 - Woman, 23, falls into water tank and dies in Kukatpally (India):

2019-03-10 - Man in his 30s found dead in pond in Jatwar (India):

2018-03-10 - Woman, 54, found dead in canal in Muang District (Thailand):

2019-03-10 - Man, 58, has heart problems on tanker ship near coastal Galveston (Texas):

Quote: "The Coast Guard responded to reports of a 58-year-old man who became sick inside an oil tanker near Galveston on Sunday morning. Crews received a call from the captain of an oil tanker requesting the evacuation of a crewmember who was experiencing symptoms of a heart attack."

2019-03-10 - Transit bus driver, man, has 'medical emergency', bus crashes into pole, in Fresno (California), 1 injured:

Quote: "The driver had a medical emergency while driving northbound on Fresno Street, Dooley says, and collided into a light pole, power pole and power box. He was taken to Community Regional Medical Center, while the scene was cleaned up."

2019-03-10 - Trucker has 'medical event', tractor trailer crashes, near Lake Tarawera (New Zealand), 1 injured:

Quote: "A truck driver suffered a medical event near Tarawera causing the vehicle to 'jack-knife' and crash. The truck and trailer were blocking both lanes a police statement said."

2019-03-10 - Passenger bus crashes into barrier near tunnel, explodes into flame, in coastal Stockholm (Sweden), 1 injured:
          Comment on Don’t promote Barbados-type Brexit, says political scientist by cecil brooks      Cache   Translate Page      
T seems, Barbadians are not your excuse for the failures that happen in Guyana, we have never kick down any ladder to stop Guyanese from advancing. Guyana has never want for anything, is has a Large timber industry, it mines gold and other metals, it is call the bread basket of the caribbean and now it has oil. So (T. Seems) tell us why the people of Guyana are leaving such a wealthy country and coming to live in small countries like Barbados were there are no natural resources. The answer is very simple, Your Politics. you need to start blaming your leaders for all the misfortunes that befall the people of Guyana, and try to remember that all your elected officials are Guyanese.
          Comment on Gruesome death by ossie Moore      Cache   Translate Page      
T. SEEMS : . . . . . " but knowing bajans they have a disliking for their own people who went overseas and work too, this old man came back from the US so he must have money." Ossie Moore : As a person who has lived in many countries ( including Barbados ) and who has and continues to travel the world , and also as a person who comments on articles in many foreign media organisations. It surprises me how Barbadians of all people that I know and have met " bad mouth " every other country in the world especially Jamaica , Guyana , Trinidad and the USA when their own country is just " as bad" as the others that they are bad mouthing. Most Barbadians like to throw stones while they themselves live in glass houses.
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This Australian debut novel, based on the apocalyptic religious cult that culminated in the Jonestown massacre, is supple and punchy, with a hysterical edge

Jim Jones was an American cult leader who carried himself like Elvis and variously claimed to be the reincarnation of Lenin, Gandhi and the Dalai Lama. The Peoples Temple, the movement he founded in 1955, was his stage; America’s underclass his fanbase. Charismatic and controlling, Jones dreamed of establishing a Marxist utopia, first in the forgiving climate of 1960s California and then at a ramshackle agricultural project in the jungles of Guyana. But he ventured too far up-river, dosed himself on barbiturates and spiralled towards demagoguery. This silver-tongued advocate for social justice and racial equality is now best remembered for instigating the mass murder-suicide of 918 cult members, 304 of them children. Until the events of 9/11, the 1978 Jonestown massacre represented the largest deliberate loss of American civilian life.

Four decades on, Australian author Laura Elizabeth Woollett has interviewed the survivors for a supple, punchy debut novel – an apocalyptic eve-of-destruction saga that paints a vivid portrait of life inside the Peoples Temple. Its focus on Jones’s besotted, compromised handmaidens builds on themes explored in Woollett’s 2016 short-story collection The Love of a Bad Man (which folded Jones in with Hitler, Ian Brady and Clyde Barrow). But Beautiful Revolutionary also takes its place in a burgeoning subgenre of fact-based tales of self-styled messiahs, bunking alongside Emma Cline’s The Girls (Charles Manson), Netflix’s Wild Wild Country (Bhagwan Shree Rajneesh) and Quentin Tarantino’s forthcoming film Once Upon a Time in Hollywood (Manson again). How to explain the popularity of these fevered tales of tribalism, gaslighting and mounting paranoia? Beautiful Revolutionary’s dark history sits securely in the past, isolated and quarantined, like a virus on a microscope slide. But it implicitly nods towards more recent convulsions.

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“I see a great future for the Church in the Caribbean Area. They are good people who are dedicated to their families and their desire to serve the Lord.”Missionaries first arrived on Curaçao in 1978 and the island’s first branch was created in October of 1979. Growth followed the 1982 decision to conduct Church meetings in Papiamento. The Curaçao meetinghouse was dedicated in August 1988. Families gather for a February 17 member meeting in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.“When we read in the scriptures about the ‘isles of the sea’ we tend to think of, maybe, the Pacific or other parts of the world,” said Elder Teixeira. “But the Caribbean Area is also truly the ‘isles of the sea.’ With the exception of the three countries on the northern tip of South America (Guyana, Suriname, French Guiana), everything else is an island.”During the meeting, a pair of Curaçao “pioneers”—Ingeborg Zielinski Reni and Yvonne Antersijn—shared experiences from their decades of resolute Church service and dedication in a “corner of the vineyard” still young and largely undeveloped.Dedicating the country and worshipping with the Curaçao members “was a beautiful experience,” said Elder Soares.Prior to the 1978 revelation that gave all people full access to the blessings of the priesthood and the temple, the Church was all but non-existent in the Caribbean—a region with a large population of people of African descent.“You can see the influence of these two great sisters on the island,” said Elder Soares.The February 16 leadership meetings in Santiago, Dominican Republic, offered further glimpses into the hearts, minds, and capacity of the Caribbean Area members. They are “happy people” focused on the gospel and the guidance offered by President Russell M. Nelson and their other leaders.That mixture reflects the rich wonders defining the tens of thousands of Latter-day Saints living across the vast Caribbean Area, Elder Ulisses Soares told the Church News following his recent visit to the region.Elder Soares noted the relative “newness” of the Church in the Dominican Republic and other Caribbean nations.A traveler can drop in on a Relief Society or Sunday School lesson in, say, the Dominican Republic, and hear the gospel taught in Spanish. Drive across the border into Haiti and expect to hear that same message in Haitian Creole or French.Dedicating Curaçao Elder Ulisses Soares bids farewell to Latter-day Saints who gathered for a February 21 member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago.On February 20, Elder Soares dedicated the island nation of Curaçao for the preaching of the gospel. Members, missionaries, local journalists, and many others from the community gathered in the branch meetinghouse in the capital of Willemstad to listen to the visiting Apostle’s dedicatory prayer and counsel.The region’s linguistic diversity signals its rich history and culture. Many Caribbeans will greet you with a Buenos dias—while others will offer a Bonjou, a Good morning, or even a Goedemorgen.Enjoying Christ’s gospel“The Church has a great future in Curaçao,” he added. “The people are faithful and willing to receive the gospel. ... I could see in their eyes the hope that the gospel brings to them.”“There is a diversity in that area that is very attractive and beautiful to see,” he said. “There is a mixture of cultures—you have influences from all over the world.”

A young man attends February 21, 2019, member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

The area’s only temple—the Santo Domingo Dominican Republic Temple—was dedicated almost 20 years ago. But that’s about to change.“They asked about how they could become closer to Christ and how they could show Christlike love to one another. They wanted to know how they can utilize the power of the Holy Ghost. They asked questions about issues related to their families and their youth,” reported Elder Teixeira.History was also made in the Caribbean during an Apostle’s visit. Elder Ulisses Soares offers counsel during February 16, 2019, meeting with elders and sisters from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission.Planning a Latter-day Saint-themed tour across the Caribbean? You’d be wise to download a versatile translation app.For many Latter-day Saint Caribbeans, traveling to the Santo Domingo temple “is not easy,” said Elder Soares. Members from Trinidad and Tobago, for example, often have to fly to Miami, Florida, and then boomerang back to the Dominican Republic and visit the temple. Such travels exact both time and money.That island culture, he added, is embodied by kindness, families, and hard work. It’s an ideal, promised land for the gospel to flourish and grow.“The Caribbean members are focused on strengthening their family in the gospel,” he said. “There is great joy—the people are enjoying the gospel of Jesus Christ in their lives. Elder José A. Teixeira and Elder Ulisses Soares greet missionaries from the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission to a February 16 missionary meeting.They were joined at many events by the Caribbean Area Presidency—Elder Walter F. González, Elder José L. Alonso, and Elder Eduardo Gavarret.The Port-au-Prince Haiti Temple is expected to be dedicated this year. Meanwhile, hurricane-battered Latter-day Saints in Puerto Rico are still celebrating last fall’s announcement to build a temple in the capital city of San Juan.A former Miss Curaçao, Zielinski Reni joined the Church in Holland in 1970. When she returned to her native land she hosted an hourly radio program, frequently drawing upon family home evening lessons and other gospel messages. She became the face of the Church for many on the island.But most important, the diverse Caribbean members remain anchored to their shared devotion to the Lord’s Church. “We learned of their faith and their desire to learn the gospel of Jesus Christ,” said Elder Soares.

Sister missionaries enjoy a February 16, 2019, devotional in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.

Elder Soares’ 11-day tour (February 14–24) marked his first visit to the Caribbean Area. The Quorum of the Twelve Apostles member was accompanied by Elder José A. Teixeira of the Presidency of the Seventy, along with their wives, Sister Rosana Soares and Sister Filomena Teixeira. Elder Soares and other visiting Brethren and their wives with the Santiago Dominican Republic Mission on February 16, 2019.English, meanwhile, is spoken in Jamaica, Barbados, The Bahamas, and several other island nations. And in the baseball-mad lands of Aruba and Curaçao, you will hear chatter in both Dutch and Papiamento.Reviewing plans for the future temples were key highlights for the visiting Brethren during their annual area review of the Caribbean Area (February 18-19). Elder Soares and Elder Teixeira also participated in ministering-focused leadership meetings for local priesthood and auxiliary leaders. They presided over member meetings and met with missionaries serving in various nations—including a tender gathering of missionaries in the Dominican Republic mourning the recent death of Elder Brennan Conrad.“It was beautiful to see how many of the members have received the ordinances of the temple, and I praised them for their sacrifices,” he said.Dynamic moments for Caribbean SaintsElder Soares’ and Elder Teixeira’s recent travels came at a dynamic moment in the Caribbean Area.

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