Endangered Mexican wolves blamed for more livestock deaths

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — It’s shaping up to be a deadly year for livestock in the American Southwest as the number of cows and calves killed by Mexican gray wolves has skyrocketed, aggravating an already tenuous relationship between U.S. wildlife managers, environmentalists and rural residents.Federal reports show the endangered wolves have been blamed for the deaths of 88 domestic animals in New Mexico and Arizona in the first four months of the year.That’s on pace to surpass the nearly 100 livestock kills confirmed in all of 2018 and significantly more than has been recorded over the same four-month period in any year since the predators were reintroduced in 1998.More Mexican wolves are in the wild now than at any time since they were nearly exterminated decades ago. A subspecies of the Western gray wolf, Mexican wolves have faced a difficult road to recovery that has been complicated by politics and conflicts with livestock.Catron County Manager Bill Green said his constituents have seen calf birth rates drop by one-third or more and they feel there’s nowhere to turn because federal officials say they have a responsibility under the federal Endangered Species Act to restore the wolves.Some ranchers and rural residents expect things to get worse as the wolf population grows. There are at least 131 of the predators in the mountain ranges spanning southwestern New Mexico and southeastern Arizona.“On the local front, it’s been a battle to keep the impact as small as possible,” Green said. “We have several ranchers in areas next to wilderness that are already being run out of business.”Wolves were found to be responsible for killing more than three dozen cows and calves in April alone. That was almost double the previous month.While ranchers see the reintroduction program as a threat to a livelihood already complicated by drought and rising costs, environmentalists contend more can be done to discourage wolves from targeting livestock.The environmental group Defenders of Wildlife has been working with some ranchers in the Southwest. Some ideas are simple — from using range riders to keep a close eye on herds or quickly disposing of cattle carcasses to keep from attracting wolves.Brady McGee, who heads the Mexican wolf recovery program for the U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service, said wolves often can run into trouble because the grazing and calving seasons are year-round in the Southwest.“Part of this is for the wolf program to survive, we need to create a social tolerance out there,” he said. “In order to create that social tolerance, we have to be able to reduce and minimize wolves eating livestock and reduce those conflicts.”Some money is allocated annually for reimbursing livestock losses, but federal officials acknowledge they need more to provide incentives for the livestock industry to take more precautions to protect herds.McGee said wildlife managers could set up food caches for denning wolves to shift the focus from cattle. He also suggested ranchers reposition their herds at key times and pen them up in smaller pastures, explaining that some of the highest livestock mortality comes early in the year when wolves are denning.“That’s part of what the livestock industry could do, is be part of that chess game and move their cows around,” he said.Some argue the wolves already are highly managed: They’re rounded up when they stray outside certain boundaries, when they pair with the wrong mate or if they develop an affinity for livestock. Biologists also decide which captive-bred pups are matched with wild packs as part of fostering efforts to boost the population.Bryan Bird with Defenders of Wildlife says wolves are as much a social and cultural issue for ranchers and rural residents as they are a scientific challenge.“We believe that social change can only come from inside the community,” Bird said. “It doesn’t come from the federal government or the advocates pushing change on these people. It has to happen from within, and it has to happen organically.”Susan Montoya Bryan, The Associated Press read more

Ban Kimoon supports meeting on Iraq bringing together US Iran and Syria

28 February 2007A spokesperson for United Nations Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon today voiced support for the new diplomatic initiative that will bring together Iraq’s neighbours and the five permanent members of the Security Council in a meeting in Baghdad. Responding to press questions, Michele Montas noted that the United States, Syria and Iran would be represented and said Mr. Ban would be sending his Special Representative for Iraq, Ashraf Jehangir Qazi, to attend the meeting as an observer.“The Secretary-General hopes that the participants in the preparatory meeting will focus on urgently needed steps to reduce violence in Iraq and help stabilize the situation in the region,” Ms. Montas added, noting that he had discussed this idea with Iraqi Foreign Minister Hoshyar Zebari during their recent meeting in Berlin.“It is in keeping with the call the UN has been making for a convergence of national, regional and international efforts in support of the people and Government of Iraq,” she said. read more

Dalton hurts thumb as Bengals spiral continues

A season that started with promise for the Cincinnati Bengals continued its spiral when quarterback Andy Dalton injured his right thumb in a 35-20 loss to the Cleveland Browns on Sunday.Dalton was hurt on his passing hand while trying to recover a shotgun snap that sailed over his head in the third quarter and didn’t return. After the injury, Baker Mayfield threw his fourth touchdown pass of the game to give the Browns a 35-7 lead.The Bengals started the season 4-1, but are 1-5 since and have lost their past three games.Two other players were hurt for Cincinnati: backup right tackle Jake Fisher, who suffered a back injury, and cornerback Tony McRae, who gave two thumbs up as he was wheeled off the field after a third-quarter concussion.For the Carolina Panthers, a quadriceps injury to cornerback David Jackson on the first play from scrimmage ended up playing a role in the Seattle Seahawks’ comeback win. Jackson did not return, and Russell Wilson exploited the Panthers’ secondary on a game-tying touchdown pass late in the fourth quarter.Carolina punt returner Damiere Byrd left with an arm injury in the first half and did not return. For Seattle, fullback Tre Madden left in the second half with a shoulder injury.The Ravens lost safety Tony Jefferson to an ankle injury in their victory over the Raiders. Oakland defensive tackle Maurice Hurst left in the third quarter with an undisclosed injury, and defensive end Jacquies Smith left in the first half after hurting an Achilles.New York Giants tight end Evan Engram injured his hamstring in warmups and didn’t play against the Eagles, and wide receiver Quadree Henderson left the loss to Philadelphia with a shoulder injury.Buccaneers offensive tackle Demar Dotson left in the first half against the San Francisco 49ers with knee and hamstring injuries and did not return. Tampa Bay also lost cornerback Carlton Davis II to a knee injury in the third quarter. For San Francisco, safety Jimmie Ward left in the first quarter with a forearm injury and safety D.J. Reed departed in the second half with a heel injury.Cornerback Lafayette Pitts sustained a head injury while covering a punt in the first quarter for the Buffalo Bills in their win over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Jags lost left guard Andrew Norwell when he hurt an ankle in the fourth quarter.___More AP NFL: https://apnews.com/NFL and https://twitter.com/AP_NFLThe Associated Press read more

Mens Basketball Kaleb and Andre Wesson remain teammates at Ohio State

Ohio State freshman forward Kaleb Wesson (34) high fives his brother, sophomore forward Andre Wesson (24) after scoring in the first half in the game against Maryland on Jan. 11. Ohio State won 91-69. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorIn a crowd of Scarlet and Gray, packing the Schottenstein Center, Stephanie and Keith Wesson prepared to watch their two sons, sophomore forward Andre and freshman center Kaleb, take the court for Ohio State prior to its Jan. 22 game against Nebraska. Becoming Buckeyes was only a matter of time for the Wesson brothers. Keith, a former Ohio State player from 1983 to 1987, raised his sons in a Columbus suburb, practically preparing them to play for his former team. The two played together at Westerville South, but it wasn’t clear if that would continue at the next level.Andre and Kaleb won a state championship in 2016, playing at the Schott. A month later, Andre received an offer from Ohio State and signed his letter of intent with the Buckeyes. Now, the two play for the same team on the same court they shared that memorable moment.“I’m happy for them that all of their work paid off and it’s just truly a blessing,” their father said. “They had a lot of choices, a lot of great schools, and for them to choose Ohio State, where I played, down the street. Words can’t describe how excited and happy we are.”Even though the brothers are reunited, there have been roadblocks.In only his third collegiate game, Kaleb was suspended for the Buckeyes’ game against Texas Southern on Nov. 16 for “a failure to meet the expectations of the men’s basketball program,” according to an Ohio State spokesperson. However, after one more game, he took over the starting center position for an injured sophomore Micah Potter and has not let go of it since.Andre’s path to playing time this season has not been as clear.During the summer, Andre underwent medical tests on an unknown condition that forced him to stop basketball activity for some time, which instilled questions into his longevity with Ohio State. During this time, Andre’s father said he “literally couldn’t do anything.” He couldn’t pick up a basketball, swim or “walk fast,” according to his mother. Andre made it back to the court for the Buckeyes and has become the Buckeyes’ top forward off the bench, averaging more minutes than any other bench forward and playing at least 16 minutes in each of the team’s last six games. However, his father said the injury still slightly affects Andre, even months into the season. Keith said it was a challenge for his elder son to come back and get back into the speed of the game after months away. “An athlete who has been playing whatever sport since sixth grade, basically every day, that was really the hardest part for him,” Keith said. “And then just not knowing and not being able to do anything. It was tough on him, and it took a lot longer for him. He’s still recovering from this, especially from an offensive standpoint.”Overall, both Andre and Kaleb have made quite the names for themselves in their time at Ohio State. Kaleb has earned two Big Ten Freshman of the Week honors this season, while Andre has been praised by his teammates and head coach Chris Holtmann for his contributions off the bench.The brothers grew up highly competitive, Stephanie said. They were always fighting and were so hard on each other that sometimes their father had to step in. But Kaleb has always been Andre’s biggest fan. Their mother Stephanie said Kaleb stands up for his brother whenever a negative comment is made about him. Their parents have not missed a game this season, home or away.“I just want them to get to their highest potential, whatever that may be. I want them to leave it all out on the floor. I tell them all the time, enjoy every minute of this,” Keith said. “Having played, sometimes you get so caught up in the wins and losses and playing well or playing bad that you forget to soak in the experience; playing in Madison Square Garden, walking down Times Square, going to these great facilities, flying on a charter plane. “They get lost in the norm of how normal things appear but I always remind them that this isn’t normal.” read more

Projects to address the technological challenges of largescale hydrogen production from coal

first_imgThe US Department of Energy has selected six research and development projects that will promote the production of hydrogen from coal at large-scale facilities. This central approach aims to combat climate change by allowing for the capture – and subsequent sequestration – of carbon dioxide generated during hydrogen production. The selections support President Bush’s Hydrogen Fuel Initiative, which provides funding for research and technology development to realize a future hydrogen economy that minimizes America’s dependence on foreign oil and reduces greenhouse gas emissions. Pure hydrogen is a potential energy carrier for the future, and it may be produced from hydrogen-containing materials such as water and fossil fuels. Until other resources are available to produce hydrogen at lower costs, production from coal is the most economical source. However, the large-scale production of hydrogen from coal faces several technological challenges that must be overcome before its widespread use becomes a reality. To address these challenges, the new cost-shared projects will focus on two areas of interest: Ultra-Pure Hydrogen – Hydrogen has the potential to be used in a number of end-use applications, each having its own purity standard. Some of these end uses include hydrogen turbines, fuel cells, and modified internal combustion engines. Three projects will focus on the development and scale-up of advanced materials and devices for producing ultra-pure hydrogen from coal-derived synthesis gas. Process Consolidation – Strategies are needed for selectively removing pure hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and synthesis gas impurities in a single-reactor configuration that can operate simultaneously at high temperature and high conversion. Three projects will perform a combination of theoretical and experimental research to provide a scientific basis for consolidating multiple processes – synthesis gas cleanup, water-gas shift reaction, hydrogen separation, and carbon dioxide separation – into a single module.The six projects total nearly $9.4 million in value, with DOE providing $7.4 million and industry partners contributing more than $1.8 million. Praxair (Tonawanda, NewYork state) will develop a device to purify hydrogen before it is fed to a proton exchange membrane (PEM) fuel cell. At the heart of the device will be a palladium alloy-based hydrogen transport membrane that only allows hydrogen atoms to pass through its structure. The device will be integrated with a PEM fuel cell and designed such that, when it is produced in mass quantities, it is potentially the lowest-cost, most effective method to ‘polish’ crude hydrogen, independent of the source. Praxair will be joined by Praxair Surface Technologies (Indianapolis), the Colorado School of Mines (Golden), and Boothroyd Dewhurst (Wakefield, Rhode Island). Southwest Research Institute (San Antonio, Texas) will develop and demonstrate a durable, ultra-thin (less than 5 micron) hydrogen-separation membrane with excellent resistance to sulphur and halides. The palladium alloy-based membrane is expected to meet or exceed DOE’s cost and performance targets for 2010. Partners with Southwest Research Institute in this effort are the Colorado School of Mines, Carnegie Mellon University (Pittsburgh) and TDA Research (San Antonio, Texas). United Technologies Research Center (East Hartford, Connecticut) will undertake research, technology development, and economic analysis to further develop a sulphur-, halide-, and ammonia-resistant hydrogen-separation membrane. Based on alloys of palladium, copper, and transition metals, the membrane will potentially have commercially relevant hydrogen production flux and be capable of operating at high temperature and pressure. The United Technologies Research Center will collaborate with Power+Energy (Ivyland, Pennsylvania) and Metal Hydride Technologies (Burlington, Vermont) for this research. Media and Process Technology (Pittsburgh) will explore a membrane-based ‘one box’ process to generate low-cost hydrogen from coal. Cooled and particulate-free synthesis gas will be passed through a single reactor that converts the synthesis gas to hydrogen and carbon dioxide and separates the two using a carbon molecular sieve membrane. Bench-top testing will be conducted during year 1 of the three-year project, slip-stream testing will be conducted in year 2, and pilot-scale testing and cost analysis will be performed in year 3. Partnering with Media and Process Technology will be the University of Southern California (Los Angeles), Pall Corp (Port Washington, New York), and Southern Co (Wilsonville, Alabama). Ohio State University (Columbus, Ohio) will develop a process to produce high-purity hydrogen from synthesis gas in a single-stage reactor. The process will employ a calcium looping scheme in which a patented calcium oxide sorbent removes carbon dioxide from synthesis gas by forming calcium carbonate; the calcium carbonate is calcined to produce a pure stream of carbon dioxide and calcium oxide, which is recycled back into the process. The continuous removal of carbon dioxide enhances the ‘water-gas shift’ reaction – the conversion of synthesis gas into hydrogen and carbon dioxide – and enhances the purity and yield of hydrogen. Researchers at Ohio State will partner with Clear Skies Consulting (Cornelius, North Carolina) and CONSOL Energy (Pittsburgh). Worcester Polytechnic Institute (Worcester, Massachusetts) will investigate the use of composite palladium and palladium-alloy porous stainless steel membranes to reduce the number of unit operations needed to produce hydrogen from synthesis gas at an advanced integrated gasification combined cycle power plant. The research will include developing processes to remove sulphur compounds from synthesis gas, synthesizing composite palladium and palladium-alloy porous stainless steel membranes, testing the membranes to demonstrate their effectiveness and long-term stability, developing comprehensive process intensification and control and monitoring strategies, and performing economic analysis. Worcester Polytechnic Institute will collaborate with Adsorption Research (Dublin, Ohio) on this project.last_img read more

WARM UP FOR RIO BATTLE Qatar and Bahrain dominant in the latest

Qatar handball ← Previous Story “Croatia Cup” with Balkan trio Next Story → Croatia beat Macedonia in Umag Only a week before the Asian qualification tournament for Olympic Games 2016, Qatar organized tournament at home court in Doha with the participation of Saudi Arabia, Bahrain and China. Valero Rivera team showed great domination in the first two clashes against Saudi Arabia 32:22 and China 39:13.Almost on the same level was performance of the Asian vice-champions from 2014, Bahrain. Bahreini boys lead by Slovenian coach Borut Macek outplayed easily China 42:20 and Saudis 30:22.For the first place on the last preparation tournament before start of the Asian qualifications for Rio (November 14), will play the finalists of Asian Championship 2014 – Qatar and Bahrain. read more

Facebook les données personnelles modifiées en un clic

first_imgFacebook : les données personnelles modifiées en un clicÉtats-Unis – Paramétrer la centaine d’options des données personnelles de Facebook est devenu compliqué. Deux logiciels proposent de simplifier la chose.Le journal 20 minutes présente deux applications permettant de simplifier la gestion des options de votre compte Facebook, en vérifiant rapidement qui est autorisé à voir quoi. ReclaimPrivacy.org scanne votre page de profil et indique quelles sont les données dont vous avez limité l’accès et quelles sont celles, au contraire, que vous avez laissé (trop) en vue. Openbook, lui, effectue une recherche parmi les statuts Facebook et vous renseigne sur leur visibilité. Le New York Times indique qu’il existe cinquante paramètres et plus de soixante-dix options concernant la protection des données personnelles sur le site de réseau social.Le 19 mai 2010 à 12:32 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

Obverse Books Releases New Who NonFiction

first_img There’s something for every Whovian among this month’s new non-fiction releases from Obverse Books.The Edinburgh-based publisher is best known for printing tales of Iris Wildthyme, a renegade Time Lady spun out of Doctor Who in a collection of short stories, novels, and audio dramas.But the company also offers an inside look at the long-running BBC program through fanzines, episode guides, personalized accounts, and more.New this month is “Downtime: The Lost Years of Doctor Who“: A 400-page volume that tells the story of the many direct-to-video broadcasts and audio adventures produced in the decades between the Seventh Doctor’s final adventures in 1989 and the rebooted series in 2005.Obverse BooksDuring the interim, BBC One broadcasted only three new Doctor Who stories: the 1996 TV movie starring Eighth Doctor Paul McGann and companion Grace Holloway (Daphne Ashbrook), and two Comic Relief projects—a 1991 comic book (devised by Richard Curtis, Neil Gaiman, and Grant Morrison), and 1999’s spoof “The Curse of Fatal Death” (starring Rowan Atkinson, Richard E Grant, Jim Broadbent, Hugh Grant, and Joanna Lumley).“Meanwhile, seemingly almost forgotten, some of the Doctor’s friends, enemies, and legally dubious clones continued their adventures in the direct-to-video market and their own spin-off audio adventures,” according to the Obverse book description.“Downtime: The Lost Years of Doctor Who” by Dylan Rees is available now in paperback form (£19.95), as an e-book (£9.95), or bundled together (£24.95).Obverse BooksIf you like nostalgia, join Finn Clark on his latest stop along an “epic journey,” in which he examines Peter Davison’s Fifth Doctor and companion Sarah Jane Smith, with “a quick check on the Egyptian Pharaoh Erimem,” Obverse teased.“Time’s Mosaic: No. 5” comes in at a slim 279 pages, on sale in paperback (£14.95), e-book (£6.99), or both (£17.95).The publisher also revealed details of its 10th installment in the “Black Archive” series—an ongoing set of book-length insights into single Doctor Who stories from 1963 to the present day.“Doctor Who is endlessly fascinating, a powerful storytelling engine about which many millions of words have been written over the years,” author and editor Philip Purser-Hallard said last year. “There are certain stories, though, from all eras of the program’s history, which are exceptionally deep and rewarding—whether because of their unusually powerful writing, rich symbolism, or complex themes.”Obverse BooksThe first nine books cover the First, Second, Third, Fourth, Fifth, Seventh, Ninth, Eleventh, and Twelfth Doctors—from “The Ambassadors of Death” (1970) to “Dark Water” and “Death in Heaven” (2014).In March’s “Scream of the Shalka,” Jon Arnold looks at the 2003 animated webcast of the same name, which revived the show with a new Doctor—two years before the show’s 2005 renaissance.“Our primary emphasis is on the stories as stories, rather than the behind-the-scenes history which has been covered in admirable depth elsewhere,” Purser-Hallard said. “While we aim to make an authoritative and significant contribution to the overall critical conversation about Doctor Who, we intend each of these books to be entertaining as well as of academic interest.”Readers can pre-order “Scream of the Shalka” from the Obverse Books website. HBO Max Scores Exclusive ‘Doctor Who’ Streaming RightsJo Tro Do Plo Plo No: ‘Doctor Who’ Welcomes Back Familiar Monster Stay on targetlast_img read more

Agriculture Police consultation meeting announced

first_img Recommended for you Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsAppProvidenciales, 10 Feb 2016 – Back in the Turks and Caicos, the consultation process on the National Agriculture Police is set for next Tuesday February 17 at 10:30am at the Whitby Community Center in North Caicos. All are invited to attend. Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp Norovirus outbreak in North under control now, says Health New Government contracts mean new clinic for Kew in North Caicos Related Items:National Agriculture Policy, North caicos, Whitby Community Center PNP open North & Middle Caicos causeway in tributelast_img read more

Naknek man killed after falling overboard on Lake Aleknagik

first_imgA boating incident late Sunday on Lake Aleknagik claimed the life of 35-year-old Bryan Anderson of Naknek, the well-known boys varsity basketball coach at Bristol Bay.Listen nowAnderson was on a skiff with Jack Savo of Dillingham and two others. They were crossing the lake back to the Aleknagik launch after a hunting trip when he fell overboard, said Alaska State Trooper Sgt. Luis Nieves.“One of the passengers actually witnessed him falling off of the boat,” Nieves said. “That passenger immediately shouted to the operator, Mr. Savo. He maneuvered the boat to recover Mr. Anderson, finding him unresponsive in the water.”The boaters pulled Anderson to shore and attempted CPR, then brought him on the vessel and headed quickly back to the launch at Aleknagik.“They were met by local EMS, who then transported Mr. Anderson to Kananakak [Hospital] where they continued lifesaving measures until he was pronounced deceased at approximately 0250 hours,” Nieves said.Troopers were notified of the situation a little past midnight. The state medical examiner requested an autopsy.Nieves said there were life jackets on board, but that Anderson was not wearing one when he went into the water. Alcohol may have been involved, but Nieves was not sure of any other contributing factors to the tragic accident, such as weather, speed or the vessel striking an object.“It appears that other than no one wearing life jackets, which is not required by law but is strongly recommended, there is nothing that could have prevented this,” Nieves said.Next of kin were notified early Monday morning.last_img read more

On Alaska day lawmakers and staff met on oil and gas taxes

first_imgAnchorage Democratic Rep. Geran Tarr, co-chair of the House Resources committee, gestures during a House floor session earlier this year in Juneau. (Photo by Rashah McChesney/Alaska’s Energy Desk)Wednesday was Alaska Day, a state holiday, but some lawmakers and their staff meting for an all-day crash course on oil taxes.It’s somewhat of a habit for Alaska’s Legislature to wade into a fight over the state’s oil and gas tax system. There have been seven major changes to the tax system over the last 12 years. And each time, the issue has been bitterly divisive.Lawmakers are gearing up to go at it again in January. But first, members of the House and Senate are trying to make sure everyone is speaking the same language.Anchorage Democratic Rep. Geran Tarr led the oil and gas tax working group. Her office helped coordinate the meeting.“The point is, the more everybody is on the same page, the more productive the conversations can be,” Tarr said.To that end, they planned to hear from consultants and an advisory board made up of members of the industry, analysts and state regulators.And the meeting was public — sort of.It wasn’t easily accessible. There was no way to call in. The legislative information office, or LIO, was closed for the state holiday. So the meeting wasn’t streamed like others are during the legislative session.And while the LIO technically serves at the pleasure of the Legislature and could be opened for a meeting, a spokesperson for the office said it would be uncommon to do that outside the regular legislative session.Instead, they held the meeting at the BP Energy Center.A staff member from Anchorage Republican Sen. Cathy Giessel’s office said about 40 legislative staffers registered to attend.There was a webinar, but lawmakers didn’t share how to register. The meetings were recorded and will be made available for viewing at a later date.Tarr said she didn’t think anyone would mind if members of the general public showed up, but the meeting wasn’t geared toward them.last_img read more

Political Roundup Pres Trump On Pardoning Himself And The Summit With North

first_img To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: X Listen From Pres. Donald Trump’s claim that he has the right to pardon himself, to the summit with North Korea, to primary election results in eight states, the Houston Matters experts discuss the latest global, national, state, and local political stories — with an eye for how they might affect Houston and Texas.Joining Craig Cohen for this week’s conversation are Jon Taylor from the University of St. Thomas and Nancy Sims of Pierpont Communications. Share 00:00 /17:44last_img read more

More Cherry Hill Gang Members Sentenced to Long Prison Terms

first_imgThree members of the UDH criminal organization based in Baltimore’s Cherry Hill were sentenced this week to double-digit prison terms for racketeering conspiracy charges after admitting to their involvement in gang activities.The men’s plea agreements brings to 35 the number of Cherry Hill gang members who have pleaded guilty to gang involvement and related crimes. And, 26 of those defendants, including the recent trio, have been sentenced to up to 35 years in prison, according to the United States Attorney for the District of Maryland.On July 15, U.S. District Judge George L. Russell III sentenced Asim Benns to 275 months in federal prison, followed by five years of supervise release. The 33-year-old, also known as “Seem” was a member of UDH, named for the “Up Da (the) Hill” section of Cherry Hill, and was also a high-ranking member of the Black Guerilla Family gang with oversight of that neighborhood.Judge Russell also sentenced UDH gang members Donte “Tay” Thornton, 30, to 15 years in federal prison, and James “Mook Day” Scott, 24, to 10 years in federal prison, each followed by five years of supervised release.All three defendants admitted that part of their duties as UDH gang members was to maintain their power, territory and profits through the use of violence, including murder, intimidation, robbery and drug trafficking.Benns told prosecutors that he planned and/or participated in the murders of two rival gang members, and two other shootings.  In July and August of 2011, Benns and other UDH members also robbed two banks, stealing a total of $11,100, which they used to buy drugs to sell.Thornton said he worked with Benns on one of the July 2011 bank heists and participated in a 2003 shooting and a 2007 murder of a rival gang member.All three men admitted to taking part in the gang’s drug trafficking enterprise, distributing several kilos of heroin, cocaine, crack cocaine and marijuana.last_img read more

Inaugural IMEX America hailed a success

first_imgIMEX America debuted in Las Vegas last week ‘Everything we had hoped for’: IMEX Group Chairman Ray Bloom on IMEX America IMEX Group Chairman Ray Bloom says the first ever IMEX America has done what it set out to do, delivering to the US meetings, incentives and events industry a tradeshow with a truly “fresh dimension”. Sharing feedback given by the 2,000 hosted buyers and nearly 2,000 exhibitors from 140 destinations, Mr Bloom said the inaugural IMEX America had “successfully delivered a new, collaborative business model”, which had not just been “a US trade show in Las Vegas but a truly global marketplace in America”.“That was always our vision but, of course, over the past four days thousands of industry professionals have been able to see and experience it for themselves,” he stated.“They now completely understand what we set out to do and have appreciated the fresh dimension it has brought to the industry here in the US.”Highlighting an enormous booking made for the SECC (Scottish Exhibition and Conference Centre) by a ‘walk-in’ buyer, Mr Bloom said the more than 30,000 scheduled and impromptu appointments had been particularly pleasing.According to the IMEX Group chairman, downloads of the IMEX App also reached high levels with 2050 people using the App.e-Travel Blackboard was on the ground at IMEX America, which wrapped up in Las Vegas late last week.center_img Source = e-Travel Blackboard: M.Hlast_img read more

Secret spots and insider tips for a weekend in Athens

first_imgAthens Central Market (Bonus) Where to drink and party in Athens Mount Lycabettus Exaerchia – the anarchic, alternative neighbourhood of Athens Traditional Greek coffee is strong and meant to be sipped as you discuss politics, news and your economic theories. Frappe, on the other hand, is what keeps the city going – especially the one made with potent espresso. For a mix of modern and classic, visit Cafe Taf where you can taste a Greek coffee made by award-winning baristas. The view from the Acropolis alone is reason enough to visit. Then there’s the jackpot of historical masterpieces, like the world-famous Parthenon, Hadrian’s Arch, the Olympian Zeus and the 17,000-seat Theatre of Dionysos. Phew, what a list! After being overwhelmed by all that, head to the sleek (and air-conditioned) Acropolis Museum. Speaking of which, it’s best to visit the Acropolis bright and early, both to avoid the mid-day sun and dodge tours and cruise crowds.Athens insider tip: Visiting the Acropolis is free on 6 March, 18 April, 18 May, the last weekend of September, 28 October, and every Sunday between November and March. It’s always free for students of EU universities and those under 18. Kostas: For the best souvlaki in town. A warning – since kebabs are more of a lunch thing in Athens, and this place will close around half three. Usually you find skyscrapers and modern buildings in a city centre. Not so in Athens, where the old architecture is protected. That’s why you can stroll through little alleys and see neoclassical villas on the foot of the Acropolis. Sure, the Plaka neighbourhood has become more commercial, but walk past the souvenir shops and touristy restaurants and it’s like being in Old Athens. But if you want a real secret spot in Athens, make your way to Agistri Island and its amazing light blue waters. Dragonera Beach in particular is stunning. The ferry takes about an hour. Agistri has two ports, but AGS is the one you want. We don’t need to tell you that Athens, cradle of ancient architecture, philosophy and drama, is a classic destination. But even if you’re stopping by on your way to the Greek islands, you can do more than see the Parthenon. You can get to see the side of the city the locals love, and discover some of Athens’ secret spots. Plaka and its little ‘Greek island’, Anafiotika Explore the vibrant street art of Metaxourgeio Our insider tip here is Anafiotika, a little village built by islanders, and that will make you feel like you’ve teleported to a Greek island. Astir Beach – sea and sun in the city You don’t need to go far from Athens to get a taste of the Greek Islands. From the Port of Piraeus, Aegina is only 40 minutes by hydrofoil. This little pocket of calm is known for pistachio trees, and for being a perfect short trip out of the city. Athens insider tip: You can also look out for laeki, local food markets that pop up in each district on a designated day of the week. This 300m limestone hill towering over the city as much an icon of the Athens skyline as the Acropolis itself. It may look daunting, but there’s easy circular footpaths to take you up, and a cute Greek church on top. The best time to visit is sunset, when the Parthenon’s white columns are washed in pink and crimson rays of light. Ancient Agora of Athens Drink Greek coffee, hot or ice cold For some hustle, bustle and serious Greek food porn, you have to visit the Athens Central Market. The energetic banter of stall vendors as they go about their business is perhaps as impressive as the offerings of fresh seafood, olives and meat. Make sure to visit one of its little restaurants to sample food made using market-fresh ingredients. Diporto, one of the secret spots of Athens Central Market, and its fish stews and pine-scented retsina wine are guaranteed to satisfy. Despite being only a ten minute walk from the Agora, the Kerameikos Cemetery is one of Athens’ most secret spots – unknown even by many locals. Named after Keramos, son of Dionysios and Ariadne, hero of potters, it’s no surprise that you’ll see stunning works of ceramic, stone and marble here. The Marble Bull statue, in particular, is bound to catch your eye. It’s hard not to feel a shiver as you realise you’re standing where the Athenians were buried three thousand years ago.   Of course, you’ll need to eat and stay somewhere during your travels. Here are some recommendations to do that in style: Kolouri from a street stand: These sesame rings are super local, super cheap and a super tasty snack to keep you going. 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Athens is full of amazing food options – from spanakopita spinach pies to stuffed vine leaves. But you’ll get the most authentic experience by joining a Culinary Backstreets tour of Athens. They’ll show you traditional tastes you wouldn’t have found on your own, Like a shot of tsipouro with fig paste and cheese, flaky bougatsa pastry, Greek yoghurt with wild thyme honey and fresh walnuts, or cumin-rich meatballs in tomato sauces. Getting hungry yet?center_img Last minute Greek islands flights The Gazi and Technopolis area: In the shadow of an old power plant, this place is full of high energy clubs and colourful bars. It’s also an LGBTQ party hotspot. RelatedTop 15 attractions and things to do in AthensOne of the world’s oldest cities, Athens is crowned by ancient landmarks, while contemporary street art and café culture thrive at ground level. 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