|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 Amazon.com 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 Amazon.com 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.
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Campagne doel: Suriname staat centraal “eer” om de naam te bedenken Surinaamse held worden ...
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Campagne doel: Lanceren nieuwe brand “GOw2” Sales promotie creëren rondom nieuwe brand “Suriname” bekend maken...
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'''Native Americans''' or '''Native American''' may refer to:
* [[Indigenous peoples of the Americas]], the pre-Columbian peoples of North and South America and their descendants
** [[Native American cuisine]]
* [[Native Americans in the United States]]
* [[Indigenous peoples in Canada]], the indigenous peoples of Canada
** [[First Nations]], indigenous Canadians who are neither Inuit or Métis
** [[Inuit]], indigenous peoples inhabiting the Arctic region
** [[Métis in Canada]], people who trace their descent to indigenous First Nations peoples and European settlers
* [[Indigenous peoples of Costa Rica]]
* [[Indigenous peoples of Mexico]]
* [[Indigenous peoples of South America]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Argentina]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Bolivia]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Brazil]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Chile]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Colombia]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Ecuador]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Peru]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Suriname]]
** [[Indigenous peoples in Venezuela]]
==Arts and culture==
* [[Native American (album)|''Native American'' (album)]], a 1992 album by Tony Rice
* ''[[The Native Americans]]'', a 1994 American documentary series
* "Native Americans", a 1972 composition by Ornette Coleman from ''[[Skies of America]]''
* "Native American", a 1987 song by Little Steven from ''[[Freedom – No Compromise]]''
* ''Native American'', or ''Sons of Beaches'', a 1995 [[The Bellamy Brothers discography#1990s albums|album by The Bellamy Brothers]]
* The "Native American" movement, a term for [[nativism in the United States]]
* [[Native American Party]], or Know Nothing, an American nativist political party of the 1850s
* [[Native American name controversy]]
* [[American Indian (disambiguation)]]
* [[Native American languages]], languages spoken by indigenous peoples of the Americas
|Opiniemakers (2019 afl. 8) Zaakgelastigde van Nederland Jaap Frederiks over relatie met Suriname Cache Translate Page|| |
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|Concacaf Nations LeagueTerrifically fit Golden Jaguars to face Suriname on Saturday in the Dutch speaking nation Cache Translate Page|| The competitive nature of the Golden Jaguars Camp which has been going for well over one month has seen the players becoming a fitter unit as they continue to battle for places on the final 23-man team for the Belize Concacaf Nations League clash on Saturday March 23 next at the Leonora Track and […]|
|Dalto trekt 18-jarige Keuning aan Cache Translate Page||DRIEBERGEN-RIJSENBURG/BILTHOVEN - Lotte Keuning versterkt volgend seizoen de selectie van de korfballers van Dalto/Klaverblad Verzekeringen. De 18-jarige speelster komt over van NOVA uit Bilthoven.|
Dalto haalt met Keuning een aanvallend ingestelde speelster naar Driebergen. "Ik heb in de voorbije weken gesprekken gehad met een paar clubs, maar bij Dalto was er direct een klik", zegt Keuning. "In de gesprekken die ik heb gehad met de nieuwe staf en tijdens de training die ik heb meegedaan, werd ik direct goed opgevangen. Ik kijk uit naar de samenwerking met de talentvolle groep die er staat. Samen met heel Dalto wil ik er alles aan doen om terug te keren naar League."
Volgend seizoen is Barry Schep de nieuwe hoofdtrainer van Dalto. Hij volgt Herman van Gunst op. Dalto blijft komend seizoen in de zaal actief in de Hoofdklasse, want het mist de play-offs om promotie naar de Korfbal League.
|Elder Soares Visit Highlights God's Promised Blessings Being Claimed in the Caribbean Cache Translate Page||
“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. Sister missionaries enjoy a February 16, 2019, devotional in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.
A young man attends February 21, 2019, member meeting in Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.
Sister missionaries enjoy a February 16, 2019, devotional in Santiago, Dominican Republic, presided over by Elder Ulisses Soares.