TORONTO – A group of Hudson’s Bay Company shareholders, including executive chairman Richard Baker, is proposing to take the retailer private.The group, which holds a 57 per cent stake in the company, is offering $9.45 per share in cash for the company.HBC shares closed at $6.37 on the Toronto Stock Exchange on Friday.Privatization bid for the HBC offering $9.45 per share (closed Friday at $6.37). Will also include sale of European holdings worth $1.5 billion.— mike eppel (@eppman) June 10, 2019In addition to Baker, the shareholder group includes Rhone Capital LLC, WeWork Property Advisors, Hanover Investments (Luxembourg) SA and Abrams Capital Management LP.The group said the privatization is conditional on an agreement HBC announced today to sell its remaining stake in its German real estate joint venture and divest its related retail joint venture for $1.5 billion.HBC said its board has formed a special committee of independent directors to review the proposal.
TRIPOLI – Libya’s coastguard has rescued 84 illegal immigrants from Africa in the sea off Tripoli, Lana news agency quoted a maritime official as saying on Thursday.“The Libyan coastguard supported by special forces of the Navy rescued 84 illegal migrants of various African nationalities whose boat had broken down in the sea north of Tripoli” late on Wednesday, the official said.“All of the migrants are healthy and have been transferred to the (western) port of Zawiya where they were handed over to agencies that fight illegal immigration.” On Tuesday nearly 100 migrants from sub-Saharan Africa escaped from a detention centre at Gharyan in southwestern Libya. Seventy-five of them were subsequently arrested.With a 1,770-kilometre (1,100 miles) coastline, Libya is a favoured country of transit for would-be migrants from southern and western Africa seeking to reach Europe in search of a better life.But the journey is frequently perilous, and hundreds of Africans have drowned in the Mediterranean en route for Europe this month alone. Hundreds have also been rescued.
Most actively traded companies on the TSX TORONTO – Some of the most active companies traded Thursday on the Toronto Stock Exchange:Toronto Stock Exchange (14,460.60, down 205.87 points):B2Gold Corp. (TSX:BTO). Miner. Down three cents, or 1.21 per cent, to $2.44 on 9.1 million shares.Spartan Energy Corp. (TSX:SPE). Oil and gas. Down 30 cents, or 1.41 per cent, to $21.01 on 7.1 million shares.Teck Resources Ltd. (TSX:TCK.B). Miner. Down $1.24, or 6.41 per cent, to $18.09 on 5.2 million shares.Cenovus Energy Inc. (TSXCVE). Oil and gas. Down 72 cents, or 2.53 per cent, to $27.75 on 5.1 million shares.Talisman Energy Inc. (TSX:TLM). Oil and gas. Down 44 cents, or 5.13 per cent, to $8.13 on 4.8 million shares.Athabasca Oil Corp. (TSX:ATH). Oil and gas. Down 40 cents, or 8.06 per cent, to $4.56 on 4.8 million shares.Companies reporting major news:Canadian Tire Corp. (TSX:CTC.A). Retail. Up $3.59, or 3.07 per cent, to $120.67 on 373,884 shares. The company plans to invest an average of $575 million annually over the next three years on business improvements while buying back an additional $400 million of its class A non-voting shares by the end of 2015. Its shares rose $3.42 to $120.50 after hitting a 52-week high of C$120.53 earlier in the session.Taseko Mines Ltd.(TSX:TKO). Miner. Down 10 cents, or 5.29 per cent, to $1.79 on 139,147 shares. The company said Thursday that problems at its Gibraltar mine have forced temporary changes that will reduce copper production and increase costs in the short term. The company said it has temporarily shifted operations to lower-grade ore deep in the open pit mine due to due to stability issues along higher walls. by The Canadian Press Posted Oct 9, 2014 3:03 pm MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email
The infection – which has caused numerous human illnesses and deaths – was spotlighted at the regional consultation convened by FAO and the Ministry of Agriculture and Fishery of Oman, where experts revealed that the origins of the illness may be linked to animals. “It is vitally important for the international community to increase our understanding of ‘where’ and ‘how’ the virus is transmitted, ‘who’ the source is – whether animal or human – and ‘when’ and ‘why’ certain people are spreading the virus,” said Juan Lubroth, FAO’s Chief Veterinary Officer.Participants drew attention to the “recent upsurge in human cases in the Arabian Peninsula and the suspected zoonotic transmission involving, in particular, dromedary camels.”“There is an urgent need to focus investigations on the epidemiology of MERS-CoV in animal species, to prevent human primary infections and to avoid putting other people in danger,” Mr. Lubroth pressed.In a bid to keep the infection from spreading, a declaration warned public health and veterinary authorities to carry out coordinated investigations and share information and results.The experts agreed on a list of specific recommendations to increase knowledge about the transmission of the virus to humans and to minimize its impact on animal and human health – as well as agriculture and livestock-related livelihoods. “By better understanding the epidemiology, we can provide the necessary guidelines to avoid spillover from animals to humans and protect the camel or other animal industries from potential negative consequences,” explained Mr. Lubroth. As of 21 May, MERS had led to over 630 laboratory-confirmed illnesses among humans and more than 190 deaths since 2012, according to the World Health Organization (WHO). It has affected people primarily in the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia, but cases have also been reported in the United Arab Emirates, Qatar, Jordan, Oman and Yemen.Other cases reported in Asia, North Africa, Europe and North America have been linked to travel or work in the Middle East region, reflecting the role that the speed of global travel can potentially play in the spread of disease agents.The majority of cases have occurred through human-to-human transmission, however it remains to be determined if people may have been infected by contact with environmental or animal sources.Mr. Lubroth emphasized, “participants in the MERS consultation agreed that there is also a vital need to raise awareness among the public at large about the importance of seeking medical attention, the nature of the disease, and ways to avoid it.”The recommendations, which focus on the potential link with camels or other animal sources, counsel that priorities be given to raising public awareness of MERS-CoV; urgent investment in research and surveillance of animals; the systematic search for potential sources of human infection from animal sources or the environment; and joint efforts and coordination among public health authorities.Coronaviruses – widespread in animals – can infect livestock and a wide range of wild species, including bats, rodents and birds. According to FAO, some studies have revealed that that MERS-CoV has been circulating in camels in Saudi Arabia since at least 1992. Genetic evidence of the infection was found in camel samples from a farm in Qatar and in other studies in Egypt and Saudi Arabia.
“In stark contrast with this celebrated moment of liberation for Saudi women, women’s human rights defenders have been arrested and detained on a wide scale across the country, which is truly worrying and perhaps a better indication of the Government’s approach to women’s human rights,” said UN Human Rights experts in a joint statement.“We call for the urgent release of all of those detained while pursuing their legitimate activities in the promotion and protection of women’s rights in Saudi Arabia,” added the Special Rapporteurs and experts.The crackdown began on 15 May with a spate of prominent women’s rights defenders’ arrests. Over the following three weeks, some 12 other human rights defenders, including both women and men, were also arrested.The majority of detainees were advocating for lifting the driving ban and for improvements in women’s rights within Saudi Arabia. Many of those detained face extremely serious charges, such as 20 years in prison, according to reports.Although charges have not been confirmed, the experts’ statement said that some of those imprisoned have been reportedly accused of undermining national security, and of acting against religious and national foundations inside Saudi Arabia.These arrests portray a contradictory stance in policy regarding women’s rights –UN Experts“Women human rights defenders face compounded stigma, not only because of their work,” added the statement, “but also because of discrimination on gender grounds.”While noting that Saudi Arabia has won acclaim for its recent programme of modernization under Prince Mohammed Bin Salman, the experts said that “these arrests portray a contradictory stance in policy regarding women’s rights.”“We reiterate our long-time concern over others detained in Saudi Arabia on the basis of their activism and the exercise of their right to freedom of expression as well as their right to freedom of association,” the experts stated, urging the Government to improve its human rights record, “especially with regards to women’s rights.”“The first step in demonstrating such commitment is to free the human rights defenders who remain in prison solely as a result of working to advance the enjoyment of rights for all,” the experts concluded.Special Rapporteurs and other UN rights experts are appointed by the Geneva-based UN Human Rights Council, as honorary positions, to examine and report back on a specific human rights theme or country situation.
Footage showed Pc Walker stick out her elbow and step into the victim, sending the woman stumbling into a 180-degree spin, with her shoe flying off in one direction, and a pack of meat she was holding, in the other.Afterwards the victim, in her 50s, spoke to a store manager who confirmed the incident had been caught on CCTV and an investigation was launched resulting in the disciplinary action.Pc Walker and the victim had only briefly met once before, more than a year prior to the incident, when there had been no trouble.For her part, Pc Walker claimed she only went to say hello, and put her elbow out in what she described as a “friendly” greeting.Giving her version of events, Pc Walker said: “I would say it was perhaps ill-timed and somewhat clumsy but due to the confined space and my basket, it just comes over as awkward and a little clumsy.”But presenting the case against 40-year-old Pc Walker, Matthew Holdcroft said the officer had employed a “direct, violent elbow strike” on her victim. During a two-day hearing, panel members were told of a long-standing and bitter family feud in the run-up to the in-store incident.Pc Walker’s mother had been previously married to the man who had gone on to wed the victim, leaving a history of bad feeling.By coincidence, that victim and her husband were chanced upon by Pc Walker in the aisles of the Asda store in Uttoxeter, Staffordshire, at about 7.20pm on June 24, 2014.In shocking footage shown to the panel during the two-day hearing in Birmingham, Pc Walker could be seen approaching the couple swinging an empty shopping basket as she closed in.Giving her account of what happened next, the victim, who cannot be named, said she initially did not recognise Pc Walker.She said: “I was in Asda looking into the chiller for meat and Beth had just come up.”I said ‘oh sorry luv, do you want to have a look’?”And she said ‘don’t luv me’.”She barged me and then said ‘that was a long time coming’.”She said ‘it’s not over yet’.” The incident took place in an Asda storeCredit:Sean Dempsey /PA I would say it was perhaps ill-timed and somewhat clumsyBeth Walker A police officer has been sacked after she was caught on supermarket CCTV attacking her mother’s love rival in the chiller aisle.Off-duty police constable Beth Walker, a serving officer with West Midlands Police, struck out with an elbow with such force that her victim was “knocked flying” near the reduced meat section.Harry Ireland, professional misconduct panel chairman, said Pc Walker had carried out a “gratuitous, violent act” on a member of the public.After finding the officer guilty of gross misconduct on Thursday, the panel also found her apology to the victim was “too little too late”. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Examining the constable’s evidence in front of the panel, he asked the officer of 13 years: “This is your last chance to say this was a moment of madness, stupidity, and should never have happened.”Do you understand that? Your career is on the line, yes?”Pc Walker denied she had maliciously hit out at the victim and replied that the elbow was “an acknowledgement of somebody’s presence”.Concluding his case, Mr Holdcroft said: “What that video shows is a direct, violent elbow strike to a member of the public and it was motivated by your recognition of the couple.”The reason we see no attempt to apologise or assist her, is you knew exactly what you were doing and it had exactly the effect you intended didn’t it?”He added that “considerably bigger” and “stronger” Ms Walker struck the victim with such force it sent one of her shoes flying off in one direction and a packet of meat she was holding in the other.Mr Holdcroft said: “You must have realised at that point she was being knocked flying by you, mustn’t you?”Pc Walker replied: “I was aware I’d made contact,” adding “it’s just a mannerism I use”.Barrister Kevin Baumber representing Pc Walker said the incident “was a supermarket tiff”, and “more a storm in a teacup than an attack on an innocent member of the public”.Pc Walker, who had worked in the response and neighbourhood policing teams in Birmingham city centre, was dismissed with immediate effect.
The photos highlight the ferocity of the out-of-control blaze and the challenges firefighters faced trying to save residents trapped in the building. A family’s burnt out possessions are left scattered across the floor, while a flame can still be seen burning in the corner of one photo. The tragic images show a blackened kitchen interior that was completely destroyed in the inferno which engulfed the 24-storey tower.Household appliances warped and twisted out of shape as a result of the blaze can be seen along the wall of the room inside the gutted tower. London Fire Commissioner Dany Cotton said firefighters at the scene “were in fear of their own lives” as they went into the building.She said the firefighters had been particularly affected by the desperation of one family who threw a baby from a window in a bid to save it. “They are heroic men and women who just get on with the job and don’t complain, but at the end of the day, they’re human and will be affected by what they see.”The priority today is to make sure that everything possible is done to take care of their mental wellbeing after such a horrific disaster. All firefighters need to know that it is okay to say I’m not okay.” Firefighters inside the tower block Credit:Declan Wilkes Theresa May has ordered a full public inquiry into the fire amid calls for corporate manslaughter charges to be brought following the disaster.More than £1 million has been raised to help those affected by the blaze, while volunteers and charities helped feed and shelter people who could not return to their homes overnight.Meanwhile, this firefighter’s poignant helmet photo has struck a chord online. Inside the gutted tower Credit:Declan Wilkes Inside Grenfell TowerCredit:Declan Wilkes Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. The Fire Brigades Union (FBU) national officer Sean Starbuck said: “The absolutely devastating scenes that firefighters witnessed at Grenfell will stay with them for the rest of their lives. Harrowing first images from inside the devastating tower block disaster in west London have been released.They show the charred inside of a flat inside Grenfell Tower in Kensington where at least 17 people died, however the death toll could rise above 100, with whole families still unaccounted for. The burning tower block Credit:AFP Chilling first shots from inside a gutted #GrenfellTower #london @standardnews @BBCLondonNews pic.twitter.com/0pDQVq50nw— Declan Wilkes (@Dodecahedron_) June 15, 2017
Michael Biegler left his job in HSV Handball before the end of December’s series of matches in order to get prepared for the biggest challenge in the modern history of Polish handball – the Men’s EHF EURO 2016 in Poland. German coach announced a list of 28 players who will fight for the place in the squad which will star competition on January 15 in Krakow, where the rivals will be France, Serbia and Macedonia.ROSTER:Slawomir Szmal Vive Targi Kielce GoalkeeperPeter Wyszomirski MOL Pick Szeged GoalkeeperMartin Wichary Orlen Wisla Plock GoalkeeperAdam Morawski Orlen Wisla Plock GoalkeeperAdam Wisniewski Orlen Wisla Plock WingPrzemysław Krajewski KS Azoty Pulawy WingWojciech Gumiński MKS Zaglebie Lubin WingMateusz Jachlewski Vive Targi Kielce WingMichael Daszek Orlen Wisla Plock WingJakub Łucak Slask Wroclaw WingRobert Orzechowski KS Azoty Pulawy BACK / WingerMaciej Majdziński HSV Hamburg back / WingerKarol Bielecki Vive Targi Kielce backPeter Chrapkowski Vive Targi Kielce backMichał Jurecki Vive Targi Kielce backMariusz Jurkiewicz Vive Targi Kielce backPeter Maslowski KS Azoty Pulawy backRafal Glinski Gornik Zabrze backBartosz Konitz Orlen Wisla Plock backKrzysztof Lijewski Vive Targi Kielce backAndrew Rojewski SC Magdeburg backMichal Szyba RK Gorenje backRafal Przybylski KS Azoty Pulawy backPiotr Grabarczyk Hamburger SV line playerKamil Syprzak FC Barcelona Lassa line playerBartosz Jurecki Glogow line playerMaciej Gębala SC Magdeburg line playerPatrick Walczak Pogon Szczecin line player euro 2016 handballMichael BieglerPoland ← Previous Story Onesta calls French stars for EHF EURO 2016! Next Story → DENMARK 2015: Superb Dutch girls smash Serbia
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La Liga thanks FC Barcelona for their willingness to cooperate once everybody agrees upon terms and announces that the US project will continue.The Spanish league released a statement in response to FC Barcelona dropping out of the Miami match against Girona FC, and despite ardent opposition, will continue with plans to play a league match overseas. FIFA president Gianni Infantino said he would block La Liga’s plans to play a match in the United States and the Association of Spanish Footballers spoke out against the plan from Relevent – the company that created the International Champions Cup.“From La Liga, we want to congratulate FC Barcelona and Girona FC for their willingness to be pioneers in the voluntary intention to play a La Liga match outside of Spain,” the statement read, as translated by Goal.Top 10 players who played for both Barcelona and Valencia Boro Tanchev – September 14, 2019 Time to talk about the best players who represented both Barcelona and Valencia, prior to their La Liga encounter at Camp Nou this evening.“The La Liga project with Relevent, signed for 15 years, continues. From the first moment we stated that participation in the game is voluntary and if FC Barcelona expresses its voluntary wish not to attend, this game scheduled in Miami cannot be held on the agreed date.“From La Liga, we regret, as it could not be otherwise, the disappointment that may occur among our fans in the USA. We want to convey to all of them that, in the shortest possible time, La Liga will play an official match in the USA, just like the major American leagues [NBA, NFL, MLB, NHL] outside their borders.
Vancouver native Rebecca Dixon appeared Monday on “Who Wants To Be A Millionaire,” but the show was not aired at 12:30 p.m. because of an advertising commitment, a station official said.KGW said the show might be broadcast later.Dixon, an oboist, is a graduate teaching assistant in music at the University of Arizona. She graduated from Mountain View High School in 2004.Her parents, Marvin and Ginger Dixon, still live in Vancouver.Dixon won $1,000 on the show.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – The Mayor of Fort Lauderdale, Jack Seiler, addressed his city for the last time, Tuesday.Seiler said his city has prospered thanks to economic growth and the development of new projects.“When you talk about the strength of a city, you talk about the strength of the weakest neighborhood,” he said. “That weakest link, that weakest neighborhood, is how you judge the strength of a city, and right now I feel that we don’t have a weak link, or a weak neighborhood.”Seiler highlighted in his speech that sustainable growth is the way of the future.With all the growth, Fort Lauderdale’s unemployment rate currently stands lower than state and national averages, at 3.4 percent.Commissioners Bruce Roberts and Dean Trantalis will go head-to-head for Seiler’s seat in a run-off election scheduled for March 13.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
An old dam on the Eklutna River has blocked salmon runs there for decades. Now, an Alaska Native tribe wants to tear the dam down and restore fish to the river.Download AudioPhoto: The Conservation Fund.It stands in a canyon 400 feet deep, a mile or so off the Glenn Highway, but hidden from the view of passing motorists. The old Eklutna Dam was built in 1929, to divert Eklutna River water for Anchorage hydroelectric power. It operated for only thirty years, before Eklutna Lake water, the source of the river, was diverted elsewhere for another hydro project. For half a century, the dam has been obsolete, as far as power is concerned, but it is still blocking salmon runs.“It’s completely backfilled with sediment, it’s about 61 feet tall and maybe 100 feet wide. And it’s blocking fish passage into the Eklutna River. There are five species of salmon that spawn in the lower reaches of the river, but they can’t get past the dam.”Brad Meiklejohn is the Alaska director for the Conservation Fund. He says the idea was inspired by the 2014 documentary film, “Dam Nation.” Micklejohn says the old dam has to go, so that salmon runs can be restored to the the river.The Conservation Fund has pledged to pay the cost of the project,and the local Alaska Native corporation, Ekluna, Inc., is on board with the plan.Curtis McQueen, CEO of Eklutna Inc, says it’s been a dream of his for years to see the dam removed. He says it will “lift the spirit of the village,” and that spirit is intertwined with salmon.“We have a few elders that are in their late 80s, and 90s, that as children, remember where they would race out of their house, literally to the Eklutna River, which was a raging river, and they were fed. So all summer long until late in the fall, they could count on their subsistence right in their backyard.”But over the decades, railroad and highway projects have altered the river bed radically, essentially devastating the lower river near the village. A U.S. Army Corps of Engineers study done [2011 -2012] a couple of years ago confirmed the problem, but indicated mitigation is possible. McQueen says pools could be created in the riverbed for salmon fry to hide in, or riverbank restoration projects could provide protection for small fish. But a greater problem needs to be addressed, he says.“Between the deep water and the protection, you might be able to improve the bottom, but that isn’t going to solve the big picture. And the big picture is, someday, getting more water down the watershed.”Since regular maintenance on the dam ceased decades ago, debris, boulders and silt have built up behind it. That will have to be removed, but Brad Mieklejohn says taking the old dam out is the easier of the two-part plan. The second part… the task of getting more water back into the Eklutna River…will be the “hard part,” he says.The Eklultna River is pretty much devoid of water these days, because a second dam at its headwaters at Eklutna Lake diverts water to the hydropower station on the Knik River, where the water is dumped into the Knik.That power plant was build under a federal program, then signed over to a consortium of Chugach Electric, Matanuska Electric Association and Muni Light and Power during the 1990s. The companies own the water rights to Eklutna Lake. Meiklejohn says a 1991 federal agreement requiring habitat mitigation could be a tool to pry at least some of that water loose. He recently told an audience at Palmer’s Salmon Symposium“And we are calling on all the parties that signed this agreement to open it up, start talking about mitigation. Our view is, you break it, you fix it. You take all the water out of a river, it’s a pretty clear impact, it’s pretty easy to define. ”Phil Steyer, spokesman for Chugach Electric, says his company as yet has no information on the plan, and cannot comment yet.McQueen says Eklutna has a good relationship with all three companies, and points out that MEA built its newest power facility on Eklutna land.“What we’d like to do is at some point in the future, is to have those conversations with the utilities, and ask their help, in finding a balance where they still have the hydro needs that they want… they still can generate the revenue off selling water, that they want. The question is, can some of that lake water be released, or redirected back. ”Meilkejohn says those conversations have yet to take place. And he says no one knows how much water is needed to restore salmon habitat.At this time, McQueen says, Eklutna Inc is focusing on removal of the old dam. Work is scheduled to begin next year, and it is hoped the village will be celebrating the dam’s demise by 2018.
Akshay Kumar with filmmaker Raghava Lawrence; Laxmmi Bomb movie posterTwitterAfter Raghava Lawrence opted out of Laxmmi Bomb, Akshay Kumar has taken control of the project and will take a decision to hire a new director. Laxmmi Bomb is the Hindi remake of horror comedy Kanchana 2: Ganga (2015), also known as Muni 3: Kanchana 2: Ganga. Actress Kiara Advani is there in the female lead.The original film is a Tamil horror comedy film written, produced and directed by Raghava Lawrence. The filmmaker also stars in the leading role in Kanchana 2 Tamil, along with Taapsee Pannu, Nithya Menen and Kovai Sarala. Lawrence directed and starred in the 2011 original Kanchana as well, known as Muni 2: Kanchana. The film was remade in Kannada as Kalpana 2 in 2016.Raghava Lawrence was on board to direct the Hindi remake, which would have also marked his Bollywood debut. But there was a rift with the makers of the Hindi version when the first poster of Laxmmi Bomb was released on social media without the knowledge of the director.Following this, Raghava Lawrence stepped down from his position as director of Laxmmi Bomb, but promised to hand over the script of the film to Akshay Kumar as a mark of respect for the actor. The director said in a statement on Twitter: Hi dear friends and fans, There is an old popular saying in Tamil which tells “Don’t step into any house where there is no respect”. In this world, more than money and fame, self-respect is the most important attribute to a person’s character. So I have decided to step out of the project, ‘Laxmmi Bomb’, the Hindi remake of Kanchana. I don’t want to mention the reason because there are multiple reasons, but one of them is that the first look poster of the film was released today without my knowledge and even without discussing anything with me. I was informed about this by a third person. It is very painful for a director to know about his movie’s first look release from others. I feel very disrespected and disappointed. As a creator, I’m also not satisfied with the poster design as well. This shouldn’t happen to any director.I can hold back my script because I haven’t signed any agreement regarding this film, but I won’t do it because it is not professional. I’m ready to give my script because I personally respect Akshay Kumar sir a lot. They can replace me with some other director according to their wish. Soon I’m going to meet Akshay Kumar sir to give the script and step out of this project in a good way. All the very best to the entire team. I wish the movie a great success.Love, Raghava Lawrence.Laxmmi Bomb is produced by Cape of Good Films along with actor Tusshar Kapoor’s Tusshar Entertainment and fashion designer Shabinaa Khan’s Shabinaa Entertainment. After Raghava Lawrence’s exit, the makers held a meeting on May 18 and decided to bring in a new director, reports Mumbai Mirror.The film is written by Farhad Samji, who is also the writer and director of Akshay Kumar’s film Housefull 4. Will Farhad be roped in for Laxmmi Bomb as the director?
Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. The ministry says this is a yearslong request that is now being met.Greece has shut its banks for a week and imposed limits on cash withdrawals and transfers amid concerns the country could fall out of the euro.___4 p.m.Greece’s hotels association has issued a statement warning that Greece’s move to limit money withdrawals is already having an impact on the vital tourism industry.The Hellenic Chamber of Hotels said: “These recent developments in our country already have immediate, real negative consequences on tourism. All must understand this.”“We wish and hope that all political forces will assume their responsibilities, restoring the country as quickly as possible to normality and stability, which are absolutely essential requirements to protect Greek tourism and to support one more time the national recovery effort of the Greek economy.”The hotel association says it is working with other tourist industry bodies to “safeguard the country’s international image and to deal with any instances of exploitation of the current situation.”___3:30 p.m.A Greek official says Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras has spoken by phone with European Commission head Jean-Claude Juncker and with European Parliament President Martin Schulz. He said British tourists who go to Greece should take more euros than usual.___8:20 p.m.The White House says Greece’s debt crisis poses no major, direct threat to the U.S. economy.White House spokesman Josh Earnest says that’s because the U.S. exposure to Greece’s economy is small.The White House is calling for Greece to remain in the eurozone. Earnest says the parties negotiating over Greece’s debt must develop a package of reforms and financing that will leave Greece with a sustainable debt plan without leaving the eurozone.Earnest is calling attention to “strong statements” from Greek leaders and other eurozone countries for Greece staying in the currency union. He says keeping Greece in the eurozone is in the interests of all parties involved.President Barack Obama spoke about the developments in Greece in a phone call Monday with French President Francois Hollande.___7:55 p.m.Irish Prime Minister Enda Kenny has criticized Greece’s surprise decision to hold a referendum on the existing bailout offer as unfair to other EU democracies.Kenny says Ireland came close to suffering a Greek-style crisis, but accepted six years of austerity as the price for escaping its own 2010-2013 bailout. He says his government in 2011 was concerned it might have “to restrict capital outflows from banks and indeed to have the army surrounding ATM machines.” “However, one thing should be very clear: if someone says that the government will have a stronger negotiating position with the ‘no’ vote, it is simply not true.”He added: “I’m afraid that which such a result of referendum, there will be even less space for negotiation.”___8:35 p.m.U.K. Treasury Chief George Osborne says a Greek exit from the euro would be “traumatic” and Britain should “hope for the best but prepare for the worst.”Britain is not a member of the single currency, but Osborne says the Greek crisis was “one of the biggest external economic risks to the British economy and the situation today shows that these risks remain.”He told lawmakers: “I don’t think anyone should underestimate the impact a Greek exit from the euro would have on the European economy and the knock on effects on us.”He said he had met Monday with Prime Minister David Cameron, Foreign Secretary Philip Hammond and Bank of England Governor Mark Carney to coordinate Britain’s response to the crisis.Osborne said several thousand Britons who live in Greece but receive British pensions would continue to get their payments. And customers of Britain’s Alpha Bank, whose parent bank is Greek, will have their deposits covered by Britain’s financial compensation scheme. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall ___9:35 p.m.Waving Greek flags and chanting “take the bailout and go!” thousands of pro-government protesters gathered outside parliament late Monday to back Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras’ call to oppose a proposed compromise with creditors in a referendum.Police said 13,000 people attended the rally in Athens’ main Syntagma — the largest referendum rally so far– in a generally good natured protest joined by casually-dressed cabinet ministers.“The government tried too hard to get this agreement. But the creditors kept asking for more.I don’t know what else we are supposed to do,” said pensioner Satroula Noutsou, who joined a rowdy group of protesters, singing slogans as one demonstrator banged a drum.“Tsipras is one of us, a regular person. And there are some people who don’t like that.”___9:05 p.m.European Union President Donald Tusk has warned the Greek people that a “no” vote in the referendum won’t give their government more leverage to seek a better deal with Greece’s creditors.Tusk said a news conference in Brussels that “every government has a right to hold a referendum, therefore we respect the Greek decision.” ___6:15 p.m.The Greek association of pharmacies has issued a statement assuring Greeks there are no drug shortages, in an effort to stem concerns on the first day of capital controls.The Hellenic Association of Pharmaceutical Companies says there was the same adequacy of medication supplies as before a bank run began over the weekend. The government put limits on cash withdrawals to stem the run.Meanwhile, government officials say they had contacted Greece’s oil companies following complaints that gas stations were refusing to accept credit cards. One official says the companies have assured that all credit and debit card transactions are being accepted.Government officials also contacted the supermarkets’ association, which has said there will be no problems in supplies or commercial transactions.The officials spoke only on condition of anonymity, in line with government rules.___4:20 p.m.Greek conservative opposition leader Antonis Samaras is challenging Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras to a TV debate on the referendum.The conservative leader told his lawmakers that he was seeking a live debate with all the parliamentary party leaders ahead of Sunday’s vote. Arizona families, Arizona farms: working to produce high-quality milk New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies He says Greece’s approach was making economic matters worse for Greek citizens. He is urging Greece to “come back to the table.”Kenny says Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras is making an unreasonable demand on other EU members to extend the existing Tuesday deadline for repayment of international loans. He says this would require votes in many parliaments, and Tsipras was wrong to unveil referendum plans only a few days before the deadline.___7 p.m.Cyprus’ president has sent a letter to Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras saying he supports his request for an extension of a few days to the country’s bailout.The bailout expires Tuesday, and Tsipras asked for it to be extended so Greece can hold a referendum on creditor reform demands on Sunday.The letter by Nicos Anastasiades, which was released by Greek officials, says Cyprus “not only supports but actually considers an extension necessary” for the bailout.Anastasiades points out that Cyprus has already supported to extensions to the bailout, one in December and one in February.Tsipras earlier requested an extension from eurozone country leaders, after finance ministers rejected a similar request on Saturday. Juncker countered by saying “I’d like to ask the Greek people to vote ‘yes.’”“I very much like the Greeks, and I’d say to them ‘You should not commit suicide because you are afraid of death. You should say ‘yes.’”Fears are that if the Greeks vote no and go with their government, the nation might fall out of the eurozone and face financial chaos.___2:30 p.m.European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says he feels betrayed by Greek Prime Minister’s Alexis Tsipras suprise call for referendum last weekend and says that “playing one democracy against 18 others is not an attitude worthy of the great Greek nation.”After months of good relations with Tsipras as the bailout negotiations dragged on, Juncker turned against the Greek leader on Monday, complaining that “egotism, tactical games, populist games” took over from cool-headed economic analysis.He said: “I feel a little betrayed.”The Greeks will vote on reforms that the country’s creditors had proposed in exchange for loans.Juncker said that ahead of the referendum “it would be advisable to the Greek government to tell the truth to the Greek people instead of simplifying its own message to a ‘no-message.’” He says he wants negotiations to resume, and that France is in favor of Greece staying in the euro.But if Greek voters choose to leave, Hollande says France “has nothing to fear from what could happen” because the French economy is “more robust” than it was when the Greek debt crisis first panicked markets five years ago.He says France is pushing for Greece to stay in the euro not out of fear but out of solidarity and a belief that it would be better for Europe as a whole.___11:30 a.m.The European Union’s executive Commission, which enforces the bloc’s laws, says that Greece’s decision to impose capital controls was “prima facie, justified.”Jonathan Hill, the Commission’s top official responsible for financial stability, says “the stability of the financial and banking system in Greece constitutes a matter of overriding public interest and public policy that would appear to justify the imposition of temporary restrictions on capital flows.”He adds: “Maintaining financial stability is the main and immediate challenge for the country.”But Hill says that the free movement of capital should be restored as quickly as possible and that the Commission will monitor the way any restrictions are imposed. ___1:40 p.m.The Greek government is making public transport in Athens free while the banks are closed.Transport Minister Christos Spirtzis says fares in greater Athens for the capital’s metro, tram, bus and trolley-bus services will be scrapped effective Monday.Fares normally cost 1.20 euros ($1.34) for a 70 minute ride on a city transport service. Spirtzis says the decision would cost the government about 4 million euros per week.Spirtzis says the decision was only effective in greater Athens, where about 40 percent of the country’s population lives.Services in Thessaloniki, Greece’s second largest city, are partially privatized, not allowing the government to waive fares.___1:05 p.m.Spain’s economy minister is brushing off suggestions that the possibility of a Greek exit from the eurozone could economically damage his country.Luis de Guindos said economic contagion is much less likely to happen now than it was in 2011 and in 2012, when many feared a Greek economic implosion could destabilize Spain financially.Spain has the eurozone’s fourth largest economy, but de Guindos said there are no longer fears of contagion that would slam his country and possibly cause the breakup of the zone. Sponsored Stories ATHENS, Greece (AP) — The latest news on Greece’s financial woes as it closes its banks and limits money withdrawals (all times local):___11:35 p.m.Hundreds of people have rallied in London to show solidarity with Greece and argue that the country’s debt should be forgiven.Protesters in Trafalgar Square held up letters spelling “Drop Greece’s Debt” and included left-wing lawmakers, trade unionist activists and Greeks worried about the crisis in their homeland. Comments Share Top Stories In this photo taken from ERT State Television, Greece’s Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras delivers a televised address to the nation from his office at Maximos Mansion in Athens, Sunday, June 28, 2015. Tsipras says the Bank of Greece has recommended that banks remain closed and restrictions be imposed on transactions, after the European Central Bank didn’t increase the amount of emergency liquidity the lenders can access from the central bank. (ERT State TV via AP) TV OUT – NO SALES “I feel really sorry for the changes that have been made over the past six years, and I don’t think the programs of the IMF will make it any better,” said Chatzikyriakiclis Pencles, a 24-year-old teacher.Green Party legislator Caroline Lucas called for an end to austerity and said the Greek crisis was a human-made disaster “deliberately designed behind closed doors in Brussels.”___11:10 p.m.Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras insisted late Monday that a “No” vote victory in a referendum would strengthen Athens’ negotiations with creditors.Tspiras defied warnings by European leaders that Greece faced an eventual exit from the euro unless voters backed the proposed bailout deal.“I expect them to respect this democratic process, not to kill democracy in its birthplace,” Tsipras said on state television in a live interview.___9:45 p.m.Standard & Poor’s rating agency has cut Greece’s credit grade by one notch further into junk status amid the country’s deteriorating financial situation.The agency says it now sees a 50-percent chance of Greece leaving the eurozone.In a statement, S&P says it interprets the Greek government’s decision to hold a referendum on the rescue creditors’ proposals for a bailout deal as indication that it “will prioritize domestic politics over financial and economic stability, commercial debt payments and eurozone membership.” Samaras, who lost elections to Tsipras in January, echoed warnings made by a European leaders that a “No” vote would lead to the country’s exit from the euro.He said “it would be an unprecedented catastrophe … If you want to stay in the euro, keep banks open, back Europe, vote Yes, otherwise cast a No ballot.”___4:15 p.m.German Chancellor Angela Merkel says she sees “no compelling reason” to hold a special European Union summit on Greece at present.Merkel said Monday that “we have to be very cautious about what messages we are sending.” She says nearly all governments have a similar position on creditors’ offer to Greece and there’s been no change in that.She says that “if things change” then a summit could make sense “any time,” and she believes there will be a meeting after next weekend’s referendum___4:05 p.m.Greece’s Culture Ministry has announced that individuals and tour groups visiting the Acropolis will be able to pay for their tickets by credit card from now on.It says that while there are cash difficulties in Greece, tour groups can pay by voucher if the group has one. Otherwise, the group agents can give a credit note to the ticket office including their tax ID number, and would be able to settle the cost after the banks re-open. De Guindos told reporters Monday that “we’re much better prepared than we were two, three years ago.”He cited moves that propped up Spanish banks saddled with toxic property and loans, a lower Spanish deficit and relatively strong economic growth.___12:20 p.m.The head of Germany’s main business lobby group says Greece cannot be kept in the euro “at any price” and that the immediate impact on German industry of a possible Greek exit would be limited.Ulrich Grillo, the head of the Federation of German Industries, says that leaving the euro would be “a huge problem for the Greek economy, which is strongly dependent on imports.” But he says the direct impact on German industry would be limited in view of the relatively small trade volume between the countries.He added: “it is hard to calculate the indirect consequences, on the countries of the eurozone, the financial markets and economic expectations in Europe.”___11:55 a.m.French President Francois Hollande says France has “nothing to fear” from an eventual Greek departure from the eurozone.Hollande, speaking after an emergency meeting of top economic officials Monday, told reporters that he regrets Greece’s decision to cut off negotiations “because we were very close to an agreement.” Natural spring cleaning tips and tricks for your home The official says Tsipras told Juncker that preventing the Greek people’s democratic expression by shutting down the banks is not within Europe’s democratic tradition. He asked for Juncker to help ensure the Greek bailout can be extended by a few days and liquidity restored to the banks.The official says Tsipras told Juncker that “as a European politician, he must defend the traditions of Europe, so that the Greek people can decide unhindered on Sunday.” He did not say what Juncker’s response was.Tsipras also asked Schulz to support the Greek proposal for a bailout extension of a few days.The official spoke only on condition of anonymity, in line with government rules.___2:50 p.m.The European Union’s top executive has called on the Greek people to vote against their government’s wishes in Sunday’s referendum and back the country’s continued stay in the euro currency union.European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker says “It is time for Greeks to speak up and to shape their own destiny.”Months of bailout negotiations went off track over the weekend, when Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras called a surprise referendum on the creditors’ proposal for reforms in exchange for loans. 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