APTN National NewsThe Yukon RCMP is facing another investigating after their officers were accused of roughing up a First Nations woman.RCMP members from Carcross, Yukon, are being investigated after a local woman filed a complaint against the officers for using excessive force after they arrested her last month.The woman said she was dragged from her home and roughed up in Whitehorse cells. Lynn Rose Johns said she suffered a concussion.APTN National News reporter Shirley McLean has the story.
Meanwhile the army said that during search and clear operations conducted yesterday in Mulliyan, Varikuttur and Periyavilayankaddu one 60 mm mortar bomb, one 81 mm mortar bomb, eight hand grenades, 750 rounds of 9.19×9 mm ammunition, 400 rounds of T-56 ammunition, 146 detonators and one anti personnel mine were also found. Demining groups had meanwhile recovered one anti personnel mine from Kadapachikulam on the same day. The Vavuniya police Terrorist investigations Division (TID) found six claymore mines during search and clear operations in Varikuttur, Vavuniya.The police said that one claymore mine weighing about 2 kgs, one claymore mine weighing about 5 kgs, three claymore mines weighing about 8 kgs and one claymore mine weighing about 11 kgs were found.
Girl 11 struck by minivan while riding her bike in BurlingtonGirl 11 struck by minivan while riding her bike in Burlington
An 11-year-old girl remains in hospital after she was struck by a minivan while riding her bicycle Saturday evening. Halton police say the young girl was hit around 6:30 p.m. while travelling eastbound on Dundas St., just east of Sutton Dr. in Burlington. She was taken to McMaster Children’s Hopsital in Hamilton with serious injuries but police say she is no longer in critical condition. Halton police are asking anyone who may have witnessed the incident to contact them.
Annan convenes first meeting of Global Compact Advisory CouncilAnnan convenes first meeting of Global Compact Advisory Council
In a major step towards strengthening Secretary-General Kofi Annan’s expanding “Global Compact” initiative – which promotes action in support of nine internationally accepted principles on human rights, labour rights, and the environment – a group of business executives, international labour leaders, and heads of civil society organizations from across the world met at United Nations Headquarters today for the first session of the Compact’s Advisory Council. The meeting marked the creation of the first UN advisory body composed of both public and private sector leaders, who together will assist the Secretary-General in his effort to promote cooperative solutions to the dilemmas and challenges of globalization. “The world is currently involved in an ongoing historical experiment: attempting to create a truly global and inclusive market,” Mr. Annan said in his opening remarks to the members of the Advisory Council. “The outcome of this experiment depends increasingly on the foresight and political will of leaders in all sectors of society to find pragmatic solutions that transcend ideologies.”The Secretary-General challenged the Advisory Council to “think creatively about measures that might enhance the quality and concrete impact of participation in the Compact.” He also called on the Council to recruit new members and serve as champions for the initiative internationally; to make recommendations on standards of participation that will help protect the integrity of the Global Compact; and to offer suggestions on how to most effectively channel the rapidly growing global interest in the Compact.Speaking at a press briefing after the meeting, Michael Doyle, Special Advisor to the Secretary-General, said the encounter had been productive. “We had a thorough and enthusiastic discussion, taking forward the Global Compact in two areas especially – having to do with questions of governance and also new directions in leadership – so that as the Global Compact continues to grow, it not only grows in numbers, it grows in quality of participation.” To date, the Global Compact, an entirely voluntary initiative, has attracted several hundred companies from countries such as the Russian Federation, China, Brazil, India, Germany, Norway, Indonesia, Thailand, the United Kingdom and the United States.The 17 members of Advisory Council – all acting in their individual, rather than institutional capacities – have been asked by the Secretary-General to serve rotating terms of two and three years. The Advisory Council will convene for formal meetings twice per year.
Central African Republic UN probe set to investigate reports of rights violationsCentral African Republic UN probe set to investigate reports of rights violations
“We want to present to the [UN] Security Council a complete file so the appropriate action can be taken,” said Bernard Acho Muna, who chairs the International Commission of Inquiry tasked with probing reports of human rights violations in the CAR, compiling information, and helping identify the perpetrators of such abuses.The three-person inquiry, established by the Security Council, is expected in the country on Tuesday and will begin gathering evidence amid what UN Emergency Coordinator Valerie Amos recently described as an “extremely grave” situation, after months of inter-religious violence has wrecked State institutions, left millions on the brink of starvation and now threatens to suck in the wider region.Thousands of people are believed to have been killed in the CAR and 2.2 million, about half the population, are in need of humanitarian aid as a result of the conflict, which erupted when Séléka rebels launched attacks in December 2012. The fighting has taken on increasingly sectarian overtones as mainly Christian militias known as anti-Balaka (anti-machete) have taken up arms. The UN estimates that some 650,000 have been internally displaced, while nearly 300,000 other have fled to neighbouring countries.At a news briefing in Geneva, Mr. Muna said the spread of propaganda and the collapse of law and order in the CAR could be a precursor to serious human rights violations, including genocide. “We would like to talk to the refugees, groups of Muslims or groups of Christians who are running away from violence. They have a story to tell [and] those stories might lead us to be able to give a better picture to the Security Council,” he said. He said the investigators have also heard reports of genocide. “I can tell you from my Rwandan experience that there is definitely a question of hate propaganda. I think it is implied in our mandate to see that we don’t wait until genocide has been committed and then we call for prosecution,” said Mr. Muna, who is a former prosecutor for the International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda (ICTR). “I think it is in our mandate to see how we can stop any advances towards genocide,” he said, but added: “I hope this is only noise and when you put troops on the ground then law and order, it might disappear.” The Commission, which also includes Fatimata M’Baye of Mauritania and Jorge Castañeda of Mexico, is expected to submit its initial report to the Security Council within six months.
Coast Guard operation underway after man falls ill on fishing boatCoast Guard operation underway after man falls ill on fishing boat
Coast Guard operation underway after man falls ill on fishing boat The rescue services are heading to the scene. By Aoife Barry Share24 Tweet Email Wednesday 22 Feb 2017, 8:44 PM 11 Comments Feb 22nd 2017, 8:44 PM Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Short URL A Coast Guard helicopter. Image: Sam Boal THE COAST GUARD is taking part in another long-range operation today after a crew member fell ill on a fishing vessel.This is the Coast Guard’s second long-range operation in two days, and is taking place off the South West coast.The Irish Air Corps is working with the Coast Guard during the mission.It’s understood a member of crew on a fishing vessel has fallen ill and an Irish naval vessel, which went to assist the man, then put a call into the Coast Guard for a medevac. This involves bringing a person to hospital via helicopter.As the operation is currently underway, no further details are available.Yesterday, rescuers battled difficult conditions to reach a severely injured man on board a Russian vessel. Source: TheJournal.ie/YouTubeRead: Coast Guard rescues severely injured Russian fisherman 140 miles out at sea in heavy winds> 12,071 Views http://jrnl.ie/3253760 Image: Sam Boal A Coast Guard helicopter.
A Canadian transit employee is shaking up the toy sector with his new innovation: a Toronto Rocket subway Lego kit that comes with all the buildable fixings.Aaron Chapman, a Toronto Transit Commission (TTC) subway operator, developed the Lego kit in August when he couldn’t find one in stores. With support from the TTC and his colleagues, Chapman submitted his Lego kit to Lego Ideas, a website where people share Lego product ideas and vote for their favorite Lego design proposals. With 4,243 supporters and 360 days left, Chapman has to get 10,000 supporters to move to the Lego Review round. If he passes this step, his Lego creation could hit shelves in the future.Chapman’s TTC Toronto Rocket Subway Train Lego kit, which comes with 2,946 total pieces (28 pieces of track, 2 TTC Operator mini figures, and 2,910 bricks), is a builder’s dream. It’s replicated like the real Toronto Rocket subway system, so people can create three TTC subway cars that move on tracks. There are additional cool features including slide opening doors and a detailed driver cab that blow average Lego trains away.“A Canadian born TTC operator designs a Canadian Lego set, based on a Canadian made subway train by Bombardier, operating on North America’s third largest transit system, in Canada’s largest city,” wrote Chapman in his Lego Ideas proposal. “I hope the review panel at Lego Ideas will understand this set does not only appeal to the Toronto Lego fans.”Fans of Chapman’s Lego kit are also in for the ultimate holiday treat. Chapman’s Lego kit will be displayed at the TTC’s Bloor-Yonge subway station in Toronto, according to Global News. At the station, visitors can see how a Lego enthusiast’s dream became a reality with his toy-meets-transportation creation.More on Geek.com:Lego Overwatch Sets Leak on Target App‘Harmless Home’ Built From Lego-Inspired Bricks Made With HempToy Tuesday: The Craziest Over-the-Top Lego Sets The New Lego UCS Imperial Star Destroyer Is Nearly Four Feet LongLego Makes Building Sets Accessible to the Blind Stay on target
British Gas Court of Appeal decision confirms inclusion of commission in holidayBritish Gas Court of Appeal decision confirms inclusion of commission in holiday
The Court of Appeal has confirmed that holiday pay calculations should include a representative amount of commission-based pay.In the case of British Gas v Lock, Lock, a sales consultant for British Gas, brought an employment tribunal claim for outstanding holiday pay when this was calculated according to his basic salary without taking into account the commission he would usually earn.The Court of Appeal upheld a decision issued by the Employment Appeal Tribunal in February 2016, finding that normal remuneration earned over over a suitable reference period should be taken into account when determining holiday pay.This maintains the decision reached by the European Court of Justice (ECJ), which found that the working time regulations allow Lock to have his holiday pay calculated based on his normal remuneration, which includes taking into account commission payments.The Court of Appeal’s judgement does not specify what the appropriate reference period for the calculation of holiday pay should be in other cases.Andrew Granger, partner in the employment, pensions and mobility group at Taylor Wessing, said: “The court has, as expected, confirmed that workers are entitled to have part of their holiday pay calculated by reference to their normal contractual remuneration measured over a suitable reference period, and that in Mr Lock’s case this means that his average commission earnings over a 12 week period are to be taken into account. But the court did not throw much light on how normal remuneration and the requisite reference period are to be calculated in other cases.“Employers will still need to consider very carefully therefore what exactly constitutes normal remuneration, how and over which period it is to be measured, and, where the issue is not clear cut, whether it is better in financial and HR terms to be proactive and seek agreement with its workers, or to wait for the issue to be raised by or on behalf of those workers.”Aye Limbin Glassey, employment law partner at Shakespeare Martineau, added: “Although the ruling marks a significant step for employers who have been in limbo for sometime over holiday entitlement for employees on commission schemes, the story is far from over and another appeal is highly anticipated.“Employers will now be required to include commission payments in holiday remuneration, and this could have severe financial implications. Despite the potential for an appeal, now is the opportune time for employers to put the necessary measures in place and open lines of communication with beneficiaries.“Agreeing a payment structure with relevant commission-based staff and trade unions will help businesses come to an agreement that has employee wellbeing and business viability at its core. Assessing the needs of the workforce as well as what is financially viable for the business is likely to keep both camps happy, committed and motivated. Failing to do so could open employers up to liabilities over incorrect holiday pay and result in employees requesting backdated payments for commission they were not paid historically.”
Alaska Supreme Court Affirms Tribal Court JurisdictionAlaska Supreme Court Affirms Tribal Court Jurisdiction
The Alaska Supreme Court issued a decision today in a long running tribal court jurisdiction case. The case stems from a Minto tribal court decision that terminated parental rights. The case stems from a Minto tribal court decision that terminated parental rights. The father, Edward Parks, was not a Minto tribal member, so he claimed the court did not have authority over him. He tried to take the case to state court and bypass tribal appellate court saying he was not allowed oral presentation of his argument. Natalie Landreth is an attorney with the Native American Rights Fund, the legal organization that defended the adoptive parents against the biological father’s challenge. She says there were two areas of legal clarity provided in the decision. The first is that a plaintiff must exhaust the appellate process in tribal court before taking a challenge to state court.Download AudioLandreth: The second thing is it didn’t adopt what the state vigorously argued along with Mr. Parks which was this idea that you have to be allowed to present complex things in an oral argument format, saying tribal courts have to look like state courts, the court rejected that, saying that’s not the case.What about the issue of tribal court authority over another tribal member not from that community. Was that settled in this decision or is that still out there? Landreth: I think that will depend on circumstances of cases where you might have an odd fact pattern, but this decision does clearly says, the jurisdiction is over that child. If that child is a tribal member of that tribe, then that tribal court has jurisdiction. That isn’t ground breaking, they cited the other Alaska tribal court case we’ve had in the last couple of years , which was the Kaltag decision, Judge Burgess said exactly the same thing, so again they did make a decision on that, but they’re not going out on a limb. They’re not doing something divergent from a court simply following the law.Does this provide more clarity for how the state should see tribal courts and their jurisdiction?Landreth: Absolutely. Each one of these cases that we’ve been working on for years, is a separate step forward, a different piece of the puzzle which says what we’ve been advocating all along, which is that these courts do have authority to adjudicate children’s cases. There may be 31 flavors of that but that basic premise has not changed and this case is another piece of that puzzle.Natalie Landreth is an attorney with NARF.Alaska Attorney General Michael Geraghty says the decision was not far reaching.Geraghty: The court decided the case on fairly narrow grounds, that Mr. Parks had not exhausted his tribal court remedies. So I think we’ve learned something from the opinion and that is positive in the sense that litigants before tribal courts, need to avail themselves of all remedies and appeals before the tribal courts before they go to state courts.When you say that this is a narrow decision, are you saying that in your mind it’s not settled law then that the tribal courts have authority beyond their immediate tribal members?Geraghty: That question was not decided. Which was did the tribal court have jurisdiction over Mr. Parks, a non-member who had never lived or resided in Minto. You can read some things in the court’s opinion but ultimately it did not reach that issue, which is the one the state was weighing in on, when we intervened.Why is it seen as an important fight for the state to challenge tribal court authority givien the problems in rural Alaska and the need for help in administrating justice in tribal communities. What’s the long range concern about tribal authority that keeps the state arguing against some of these tribal court decisions?Geraghty: Well, I think….Mr. Parks case was terminating his parental rights. That’s not in the grand scheme of things probably a public safety issue. We do mean to make progress on that front and we’re not challenging tribal court authority on that front, we’re looking for ways to work with them to improve public safety. The case of Mr. Parks, when you’re dealing with family issues that are under the Indian Child Welfare Act. The issues, like Mr. Parks, they’re citizens of Alaska. They’re guaranteed certain rights under the constitution of our state. And when they go to state court claiming that those rights have been trampled or not observed, they’ve not received due process, yes, I take an interest in those.Michael Geraghty is Alaska’s Attorney General.
The University of Alaska Board of Regents has approved a policy banning smoking and other tobacco use on its campuses statewide.Download AudioThe language passed by regents during a meeting in Anchorage Thursday says, “The University is committed to providing a safe and healthy environment for its students, employees, and visitors, by prohibiting tobacco use and smoking, including the use of electronic cigarettes and similar products, within its campuses and facilities.”No funding is attached to the policy which will be up to campus communities to implement.Tobacco use will be allowed inside private vehicles.The ban takes effect December first 2015.
BERLIN (AP) – A fund for Jewish victims of Nazi crimes says it has reached an agreement with the German government for Berlin to provide some $1 billion in homecare for victims.A spokeswoman for the Conference on Jewish Material Claims Against Germany said Tuesday that about 56,000 survivors in about 46 different countries will receive financial support under the agreement for a four-year-period from 2014-2017. Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement 3 international destinations to visit in 2019 5 things to look for when selecting an ophthalmologist Sponsored Stories Top Stories New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Comments Share Hillary Kessler-Godin, speaking by phone from the fund’s New York office, said the amount of financial aid for each person will depend on individual needs and circumstances.The agreement was negotiated Thursday in Jerusalem with the German Ministry of Finance, which could not immediately be reached for comment. The fund also provides survivors worldwide with other welfare services such as food, medicine or transportation.(Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like
Pakistan sees progress after hosting AfghanTaliban talksPakistan sees progress after hosting AfghanTaliban talks
ISLAMABAD (AP) — Pakistan said Wednesday that the first official face-to-face discussions between Afghan government officials and the Taliban have made progress, with the two sides agreeing at a meeting near Islamabad to work on confidence-building measures and hold more such talks after the Muslim holy month of Ramadan.The statement by the Foreign Ministry came after Islamabad hosted the landmark, one-day talks Tuesday at the hilltop resort of Murree, close to the Pakistani capital. The meeting, supervised by U.S. and Chinese representatives, ended with both sides agreeing to meet again, the Foreign Ministry statement said. “Our political office has complete authority and capability … to hold or suspend talks whenever or wherever it wants,” Mujahid said.Pakistan’s prime minister, Nawaz Sharif described the talks as “a major breakthrough.”Sharif’s close aide, lawmaker Abdul Qayum told a local TV station the latest round was a continuation of an earlier one held in China in February, though Beijing and other officials have not confirmed this. “There’re some Taliban who still don’t want peace. There’re others who want to reconcile,” said Qayum.The Pakistan and the Afghan government statements did not mention any of the participants by name.But a Pakistani intelligence official familiar with the meeting said the Taliban delegation was led by Mullah Abbas Stanekza and also included Mullah Jalil, both considered important Afghan Taliban leaders.Afghan’s Deputy Foreign Minister Hekmat Karzai led President Ghani’s team, which also included a member of the High Peace Council, Haji Din Mohammad, the official said, speaking on condition of anonymity in line with regulations.He said Tuesday’s meeting took place at a government rest-house and lasted for hours, starting with an iftar — the evening meal with which Muslims break the daytime fast during Ramadan — and ending with a pre-dawn meal in the early hours Wednesday. The participants talked about working on minimizing civilian casualties at their next meeting, the official added. How do cataracts affect your vision? Mesa family survives lightning strike to home Still, Islamabad’s hosting of the talks has raised suspicion among some Afghan politicians, who believe Pakistan is interfering and seeking dominance over their country.Nasrullah Sadieqizada, an Afghan parliament member, called the talks “Pakistani propaganda.”The White House praised the Pakistani government for helping facilitate the meeting.“This is an important step in advancing prospects for a credible peace,” White House spokesman Josh Earnest said. “The United States commends the government of Afghanistan’s prioritization of peace and reconciliation efforts with the Taliban.”___Associated Press Writers Amir Shah and Rahim Faiez in Kabul, Afghanistan, Munir Ahmed in Islamabad and Julie Pace in Washington contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Comments Share Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall 5 treatments for adult scoliosis New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies Top Stories The talks came after several informal contacts between the Taliban and Afghan government representatives, most recently in Qatar and Norway. The fact that Tuesday’s talks were the first formally acknowledged by the Afghan government and the semi-public nature of the meeting suggested possible progress, after years of frustration in trying to bring the two sides together.The Islamabad statement said the participants recognized the need to “develop confidence-building measures” and exchanged views on ways to bring peace and reconciliation to Afghanistan, where fighting has continued since the Taliban were removed from power by U.S.-led forces in 2001.Since taking office in September, Afghan President Ashraf Ghani has made it a priority to find a peace settlement for his war-battered country. He has sought Pakistan’s help in bringing the Taliban to the negotiations, since Islamabad is believed to wield influence over the group.Afghan forces are now bearing the brunt of the insurgency after the U.S. and NATO forces reduced their combat role in Afghanistan at the start of the year, with Washington cutting its troop presence in the country.The Afghan Ministry of Foreign Affairs welcomed the development, praising Pakistan and thanking Washington and China. “We believe that if there is a good and strong intention in the peace process, there will be good results,” Kabul said. Previous efforts to start a dialogue had stalled. Also, there have been differences among the Taliban over the talks in the past. It was not clear whether the Taliban representatives who attended the Pakistan meeting had the green light from their supreme leader, Mullah Omar, or the insurgents’ political office in Qatar, which was specifically set up to work toward a peace deal.Mullah Omar has not been seen in public for over a decade and the Taliban themselves are divided among various factions and groups. Some of the Afghan insurgents have also recently pledged allegiance to the Islamic State group fighting in Syria and Iraq.Analysts believe there is no guarantee all factions would fall in line — even if the talks made significant breakthroughs. Sherry Rehman, Pakistan’s former ambassador to Washington told a local TV station that with so many groups in the mix, it is likely each would question what it could gain from peace.“I don’t see a ceasefire anytime soon, say in next six months,” she added.A Taliban statement emailed to the media in Kabul by the insurgent group’s spokesman Zabihullah Mujahid did not provide clarity on whether the talks were fully endorsed by the Taliban leadership. Sponsored Stories Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day
DETROIT – The Detroit Institute of Arts is prepariDETROIT – The Detroit Institute of Arts is prepari
DETROIT – The Detroit Institute of Arts is preparing to host a travelling exhibition of “Star Wars” costumes that explores the artistry behind their creation.The exhibit, “Star Wars and the Power of Costume ,” features more than 60 costumes including Darth Vader, Chewbacca, droids and others. It’s scheduled to run May 20 through Sept. 30.More than 150 pieces and sketches documenting the creative process also are part of the display. The museum’s director, Salvador-Salort-Pons, says the exhibition “allows visitors to explore the creative processes behind the art of costume design.”The costumes are from the first seven “Star Wars” movies. Videos showing designers and actors also are part of the display.The exhibit was developed by the Smithsonian Institution Traveling Exhibition Service in partnership with the Lucas Museum of Narrative Art. by The Associated Press Posted Mar 26, 2018 5:47 am PDT Last Updated Mar 26, 2018 at 6:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Detroit museum to host travelling ‘Star Wars’ costume exhibit
Anastasiades briefs Tusk on Turkeys actions on enclavedAnastasiades briefs Tusk on Turkeys actions on enclaved
President of the European Council Donald Tusk on Friday said he has heard the concerns put by President Nicos Anastasiades over Turkey’s actions regarding enclaved Greek Cypriots and Maronites.Speaking during the final press briefing in Brussels after the EU Summit, Turk said he had been briefed by Anastasiades on ‘Turkey’s actions vis-a-vis the Greek Cypriots and Maronites’.President Tusk had previously conveyed the EU’s 28th consensus that Turkey must respect in its relations with the EU, all of the EU Member States.“We want to keep the door open to Ankara, but the current reality in Turkey makes it difficult”, he said. “It was also stressed that Turkey needs to respect all Member States in its relation with the EU, including when it comes to the implementation of the existing customs’ union”, he added.Meanwhile, Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci met with the vice chairs of the European Conservatives and reformist group, German MEP Hans-Olaf Henkel and British MEP Geoffrey Van Orden, to brief them on the status of the Cyprus problem after Crans-Montana and what could happen from this point forward.According to Turkish Cypriot press, quoted by the Cyprus News Agency, they also discussed how the European Conservatives could contribute to broadening relations between Turkish Cypriots and the EU.Henkel and Ordel also met with with ‘foreign minister’ of the north Tahsin Ertugruloglu to discuss the Cyprus problem. Meanwhile, three Turkish Cyprios ‘MPs’ in Brussels sent a letter to all MEPs briefing them on their views on the matter.They were Hasan Tacoy, of the National Unity party, Armagan Candan of the Republican Turkish party and Zeki Celer of the Communal Democracy party, who were invited to a round table discussion on the Cyprus problem organized by the socialists and democrats.You May LikeSolar SolutionsCalifornia – New Program Giving Solar Panels to Homeowners With Electricity Bills Over $100/mthSolar SolutionsUndoDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
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