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          Some Symbolism Behind New Street Names in Nouakchott      Cache   Translate Page      
In Mauritania’s capital Nouakchott, the municipal authorities in Tevragh Zeina, a large and relatively upscale neighborhood, have decided to rename several major streets. Charles de Gaulle Avenue becomes Al-‘Allama al-Hajj ‘Umar Tall Avenue, John Kennedy Avenue becomes Al-‘Allama Buddah Ould … Continue reading
          El accidente aéreo en Etiopía obliga a 26 aerolíneas a suspender los vuelos del Boeing 737-MAX 8      Cache   Translate Page      
El accidente aéreo en Etiopía obliga a 26 aerolíneas a suspender los vuelos del Boeing 737-MAX 8#source%3Dgooglier%2Ecom#https%3A%2F%2Fgooglier%2Ecom%2Fpage%2F%2F10000\

Aeroméxico, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Air China, Norwegian, Shangai Airlines, entra otras dicen suspender vuelos de sus aviones 747-MAX 8 tras dos accidentes de esta aeronave en situaciones similares en menos de cinco meses.

Aeroméxico, Aerolíneas Argentinas, Air China, Norwegian, Shangai Airlines, entra otras, deciden inmovilizar sus Boeing 737-MAX 8 por dos accidentes en menos de cinco meses: el primero fue un Lion Air en Indonesia donde murieron 189 personas y el segundo ocurrió el pasado domingo, un vuelo de Ethiopian Airlines en el cual murieron sus 157 ocupantes.

La suspensión de vuelos de las 26 aerolíneas representa más del 40% de la flota global de la aeronave. Las acciones de Boeing han caído un 5% en su arranque de cotizaciones hoy en la bolsa de valores estadounidense.

Los dos accidentes ocurrieron en situaciones similares y ha sido lo que ha levantado todas las alarmas por parte de el gran grupo de aerolíneas que suspendieron la flota. Ambos se estrellaron justo después del despegue y ambos eran modelos recién estrenados.

En cuanto a la Agencia Federal de Aviación estadounidense, no ha tomado decisión final pero dicen que lo harán si consideran que hay un problema de seguridad. Es por eso que aerolíneas como American Airlines, que tiene 24 aeronaves de este tipo en su flota.

¿Qué aerolíneas operan con el Boeing 737-MAX 8?

Estas son las aerolíneas con al menos un Boeing 747-MAX 8 en su flota.

  • Southwest Airlines (34)
  • Air Canada (24)
  • American Airlines (24)
  • China Southern Airlines* (22)
  • Norwegian Air (18)
  • Air China* (15)
  • TUI (15)
  • SpiceJet (13)
  • WestJet (13)
  • Hainan Airlines* (11)
  • Shanghai Airlines* (11)
  • FlyDubai(11)
  • Turkish Airlines (11)
  • Xiamen Airlines* (10)
  • Lion Air* (10)
  • Smartwings (7)
  • Shandong Airlines* (7)
  • GOL Airlines* (7)
  • Shenzhen Airlines* (6)
  • SilkAir* (6)
  • Aeroméxico* (6)
  • Aerolíneas Argentinas* (5)
  • LOT (5)
  • Oman Air (5)
  • Jet Airways (5)
  • Ethiopian Airlines* (4)
  • China Eastern Airlines* (4)
  • Sunwing Airlines (4)
  • Lucky Air* (3)
  • Air Italy (3)
  • Icelandair (3)
  • Cayman Airways* (2)
  • Easter Jet* (2)
  • Fiji Airways (2)
  • Fuzhou Airlines* (2)
  • Kunming Airlines* (2)
  • Okay Airways* (2)
  • S7 Airlines (2)
  • Enter Air (2)
  • Royal Air Maroc* (1)
  • 9 Air* (1)
  • Garuda Indonesia* (1)
  • Comair* (1)
  • Mauritania Airlines (1)
  • MIAT Mongolian Airlines* (1)
  • Corendon Airlines (1)
  • SCAT (1)

* Aerolínea con su flota de Boeing 747-MAX 8 inmovilizada


          TUI y Mauritania Airlines, afectados en Canarias por la crisis de Boeing      Cache   Translate Page      
Mauritanian Airlines y TUI son las principales compañías a las que afecta la prohibición de operar sobre espacio europeo en la las proximidades de Canarias desde este martes. Un vuelo de TUI que iba a Ámsterdam desde Banjul (Gambia) ha debido variar su ruta y establecerse en Canarias. Otro aparato desde Cabo Verde a Praga ha debido variar su ruta porque Portugal impidió sobrevolar su ámbito. Un Boeing 737 Max 8, perteneciente al aerolínea checa Smartwings, se dirigía a Israel el martes por la noche desde Canarias ha tenido que revisar su plan de vuelo. Despegue Desde diciembre de 2017 Mauritania Airlines tiene aparatos Boeing 737 MAX La empresa que dirige Mohamed Radhi Bennahi fue la primera en África en comprar este tipo de aeronave con base en Nouakchott-Oumtounsy. La aerolínea de bandera de Mauritania opera una flota que incluye un 737-800 de última generación, un 737-700 de próxima generación, dos 737-500 y ahora el 737 MAX 8.
          Boeing 737 MAX 8: US Says 'no Basis' To Suspend Troubled Jet, But 45 Countries Disagree      Cache   Translate Page      

US aviation regulators said there was "no basis" to suspend flights of Boeing's 737 MAX jet after two fatal crashes that prompted several airlines and at least 45 countries to either ground the troubled aircraft or bar it from their airspace. "Thus far, our review shows no systemic performance issues and provides no basis to order grounding the aircraft. Nor have other civil aviation authorities provided data to us that would warrant action," the Federal Aviation Administration's acting administrator Daniel Elwell, said. The groundings come after an Ethiopian Airlines Boeing 737 MAX 8 jet crashed on Sunday, six minutes after take-off, killing all 157 people on board, including seven Chinese nationals and one Hongkonger. On October 29 last year, another MAX jet flown by Indonesia's Lion Air crashed into the Java Sea, 12 minutes after take-off, killing all 189 passengers and crew. China's Boeing 737 MAX ban signals challenge to US power in civil aviation As of Wednesday morning Hong Kong time, at least the US, Canada, Panama, Thailand, Mauritania and Kazakhstan permitted airlines to fly the 737 MAX, for now. The United Arab Emirates and New Zealand on Wednesday joined the growing list of countries to ban the MAX jet from their airspace. That came after the European Union followed China's lead in grounding the US aircraft. Hong Kong remained one of the handful of jurisdictions in Asia that had not imposed restrictions on the aircraft. It is unclear if the Civil Aviation Department would change its mind on Wednesday. China's decision to ground Boeing 737 MAX 8 driven by safety concerns Indian airline SpiceJet flies the Boeing 737 MAX 8 aircraft between New Delhi and Hong Kong. However, flights have been suspended after India's aviation watchdog ordered a safety assessment of the aircraft. Russia's S7 Airlines, which flies the 737 MAX 8 between Novosibirsk and Hong Kong, was set to continue unless Russia also halted flights of the planes. Turkish Airlines, one of the largest carriers in the world, said it was suspending use of its 12 MAX aircraft from Wednesday, until "uncertainty" was clarified. Low-cost airline Norwegian Air Shuttle, South Korea's Eastar Jet and South Africa's Comair also said they would halt flights. The three US airlines using the 737 MAX - Southwest Airlines, American Airlines and United Airlines - stood by the aircraft, as calls from members of the US Congress to ban the Boeing 737 MAX from US airspace increased. Republicans Mitt Romney and Ted Cruz joined several Democratic lawmakers in advocating for restrictions similar to those imposed by a growing list of nations. US President Donald Trump also weighed in with a blistering tweet on Tuesday: "Airplanes are becoming far too complex to fly." "Pilot are no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT," he wrote, referring to the prestigious university. Airplanes are becoming far too complex to fly. Pilots are no longer needed, but rather computer scientists from MIT. I see it all the time in many products. Always seeking to go one unnecessary step further, when often old and simpler is far better. Split second decisions are.... — Donald J. Trump (@realDonaldTrump) March 12, 2019

Trump's spokeswoman Sarah Sanders on Tuesday said it was too early to announce a meeting with Xi.

"In terms of whether or not we have a date set, not yet," she said at the White House. "We're continuing negotiations with China. When we have an announcement for the two leaders to sit down, we'll let you know."...


          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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          Some Symbolism Behind New Street Names in Nouakchott      Cache   Translate Page      
In Mauritania’s capital Nouakchott, the municipal authorities in Tevragh Zeina, a large and relatively upscale neighborhood, have decided to rename several major streets. Charles de Gaulle Avenu ... - Source: sahelblog.wordpress.com
          Re: gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
          Canada closes airspace to Boeing 737 Max 8 planes      Cache   Translate Page      

Canada's transport minister says the country is closing air space to the Boeing 737 Max 8 jet following the crash of an Ethiopian Airlines jetliner that killed 157 people.

Canada becomes the latest country to bar the Boeing 737 Max as the investigation into the latest crash, the second in just over five months, is underway.

Transport Minister Marc Garneau said new information they received Wednesday morning in the form of satellite data shows a possible but unproven similarity to a previous Max 8 crash.

Boeing has said it has no reason to pull the popular aircraft from the skies and does not intend to issue new recommendations about the aircraft to customers.

Given the proximity to the U.S Canada's decision to ground the planes may cause problems for U.S. airlines.

A Nigerian official says the country has closed its airspace to the Boeing 737 Max 8.

President Muhammadu Buhari's personal assistant in a Twitter post cites Nigeria's aviation minister as saying the model involved in Sunday's Ethiopian Airlines crash is barred until the cause of the disaster is determined.

And in Mauritania, civil aviation authorities say Mauritania Airlines has halted its use of the model.


          Re: gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.
          Après le crash en Éthiopie, le Sénégal interdit le survol du Boeing 737 Max      Cache   Translate Page      
Après le crash en Éthiopie, le Sénégal interdit le survol du Boeing 737 Max
À l'instar de beaucoup de pays à travers le monde, le Sénégal a pris des mesures conservatoires pour sécuriser son espace aérien suite au crash de l'avion d'Ethiopian Airlines. L’assurance est du directeur général de l'Agence nationale de l'aviation civile et de la météorologie (Anacim), Maguèye Maram Ndao, contacté IRadio. Il annonce d'ailleurs la tenue, vendredi prochain à Bissau où il se trouve actuellement, d'une réunion des ministres des Transports aériens des pays membres de l'Agence pour la sécurité de la navigation aérienne en Afrique et à Madagascar (Asecna) pour aborder la question.

Mais déjà, Maguèye Maram Ndao assure que l’espace aérien sénégalais est sécurisé dans la mesure où aucune compagnie ne peut le survoler avec un Boing 737 Max, l’appareil du vol qui a crashé dans la capitale kenyane.

Il dit : "Nous avons commencé par répertorier l'ensemble de la flotte concernée qui fréquente le Sénégal. C'est ainsi que nous avons pu noter que Turkish Airlines venait à Dakar avec ce type d'aéronef. Il y avait également Mauritania Airlines, Air Italie et une autre compagnie charter. Il faut noter que le risque n'existe plus parce que Turkish nous a notifiés hier avoir arrêté l'exploitation jusqu'à nouvel ordre de ces types d'aéronef. La Mauritanie vient également de le faire. Je suis même avec le directeur général de l'aviation civile de Mauritanie. Enfin, les trois autres compagnies aériennes européennes sont également frappées par cette mesure d'interdiction au niveau de l'Union européenne (Ue)."

Avec SENEWEB

 


          Re: gambia      Cache   Translate Page      
Agree with you regarding Gambia,you should also include other Islamic countries in Africa such as Senegal,Mali,Mauritania,Sudan. These are places to be avoided at all costs,they are extremely intolerant of gays,and risk your life,just for a few minutes of fun. No amount of money or any other incentive would ever lure me to visit such barbaric countries.


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