Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) listed on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius under the Financial sector has released it’s 2015 abridged results.For more information about Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Astoria Investments Limited (ATIL.mu) 2015 abridged results.Company ProfileAstoria Investments Limited is an investment company with permanent capital. The company runs its operations in the United States, Europe, Asia, South Africa and Mauritius. Astoria Investments invests in global equity dominated holdings of primarily direct, high quality listed businesses. The company invests in sectors such as technology, insurance, pharmaceutical, entertainment, financial, consumer products, retail and transportation. Astoria Investments Limited has a primary listing on the Stock Exchange of Mauritius and a secondary listing on the Johannesburg Stock Exchange.
Courteville Business Solutions Plc (COURTV.ng) listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange under the Support Services sector has released it’s 2015 interim results for the first quarter.For more information about Courteville Business Solutions Plc (COURTV.ng) reports, abridged reports, interim earnings results and earnings presentations, visit the Courteville Business Solutions Plc (COURTV.ng) company page on AfricanFinancials.Document: Courteville Business Solutions Plc (COURTV.ng) 2015 interim results for the first quarter.Company ProfileCourteville Business Solutions Plc is the largest e-business solutions company in West Africa and offers financial management and advisory services, business solutions, e-commerce and online marketing solutions. The company is the patent owner of the AutoReg TM Business Solutions Platform. Courteville Business Solutions Plc is represented in 24 states in Nigeria and has business interests in Guinea, Zimbabwe and Jamaica. Other e-business services include NAPAMS, a regulated product administration and monitoring solution for NAFDAC; NIID, an insurance policies database solution for the Nigerian Insurers Association (NIA) and the Insurance Council of Zimbabwe (ICZ); and the AutoReg Inspector TM remote verification tool for law enforcement agencies. Courteville Business Solutions Plc’s head office is in Lagos, Nigeria. Courteville Business Solutions Plc is listed on the Nigerian Stock Exchange
LATEST RUGBY WORLD MAGAZINE SUBSCRIPTION DEALS After 37 years working in global financial markets, Poidevin this year opted for a different career path. He has become Australia/New Zealand president of Total Brain Ltd, a mental health and wellness platform.Follow Rugby World on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. Australia’s Simon Poidevin gains a slot in the greatest blindsides to play the game Respect: Simon Poidevin consoles Philip Matthews after Australia’s RWC 1991 win against Ireland (Inpho) Major teams: Randwick, NSW WaratahsCountry: AustraliaTest span: 1980-91Test caps: 59 (59 starts)Test points: 24 (6T)Rugby’s Greatest: Simon PoidevinSimon Poidevin isn’t the first name to spring to mind when recalling the Wallaby sides of the Eighties, but the ‘boy from the bush’ was the back-row glue that all great teams covet.The flanker from the NSW country town of Goulburn was almost freakishly fit. His ability to get on the inside shoulders of Mark Ella and Michael Lynagh on the 1984 Australia tour brought him a try at Twickenham – one of six during his 11-year international career.A strong ball-carrier who could occupy three defenders, Poidevin had a prodigious tackle rate and an obsessive refusal to accept defeat. He was the first Wallaby to play 50 Tests and of the 59 he played in total, 21 were against the All Blacks.Brace yourself: preparing for contact against Wales during the 1984 Wallabies tour (Getty Images)Ella rated him Australia’s best player for years – “He’s such a perfectionist, it’s almost a disease,” he said. Grand Slam-winning coach Alan Jones went even further: “For his commitment, competitiveness, discipline, will to win and determination to perfect skills, Poidevin is without peer in modern rugby.” TAGS: The Greatest Players Sport is in Poidevin’s blood. A descendent of a French wine merchant, his grandfather was selected for the first Wallaby tour to Britain in 1908, while a great uncle was the first Australian batsman to score a century of centuries at all levels of cricket.Comfortable on both flanks, the Randwick player stood toe to toe with the formidable All Blacks side of the mid-Eighties, helping the Wallabies win the Bledisloe Cup on foreign soil. He captained his country in the same year, 1986, but was bitterly disappointed at Australia’s fourth-place finish at the following year’s inaugural World Cup – and chose to retire.Bob Dwyer was never going to accept that. By 1991 Poidevin was installed in Dwyer’s World Cup XV and his tireless scavenging and unbreakable spirit in the face of a bigger English pack in the final was a crucial element in Australia’s triumph. Even after getting wiped out by a huge Mickey Skinner hit, Poidevin just smiled and came back for more.It was to be the final Test outing for the player given the sobriquet ‘The King’.
TAGSRainfallSt. Johns River Water Management District Previous articleTalk to State Rep. Jennifer Sullivan’s staff this monthNext articleJoin Apopka police at Coffee with a Cop next weekend Denise Connell RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Free webinar for job seekers on best interview answers, hosted by Goodwill June 11 Please enter your comment! Save my name, email, and website in this browser for the next time I comment. Share on Facebook Tweet on Twitter Support conservation and fish with NEW Florida specialty license plate LEAVE A REPLY Cancel reply You have entered an incorrect email address! Please enter your email address here Please enter your name here The Anatomy of Fear From the St. John’s River Water Management DistrictOver two days, Hurricane Irma brought 2.2 trillion gallons of rainwater, or enough to cover 6.7 million football fields in one foot of water, to the St. Johns River Water Management District’s 18-county service area. A full report outlining September’s hydrological conditions, flood control system and the district’s response during Hurricane Irma, was presented to the district’s Governing Board Tuesday.“Storms like Hurricane Irma bring a lot of rain in a short amount of time and it’s critical the components of the district’s flood control system be balanced to mitigate flooding where possible,” said St. Johns River Water Management District Executive Director Dr. Ann Shortelle. “Our staff did an outstanding job of responding to cities and counties requests for needs during storm recovery.”Hurricane Irma was significant not only because it brought excessive rainfall and spanned the entire district, but also because it followed a period of heavy rain. Districtwide, the average rainfall resulting from Hurricane Irma was 10.24 inches. A nor’easter, which arrived in late September, added to the already flooded areas. All counties received above-average rainfall for the month.In north Florida, Duval and Putnam counties each received 13.1 inches of rain, with Clay County receiving 13.5 inches.In central Florida, Orange and Osceola counties each received 11.4 inches of rain, with Lake County receiving 12.2 inches.Counties with the highest rainfall total for the month include Indian River, with 14.7 inches, Brevard County with 14.6 inches and Seminole county with 13.9 inches.More information about the district’s hydrological conditions can be found online at www.sjrwmd.com.About the St. Johns River Water Management DistrictSt. Johns River Water Management District staff are committed to ensuring the sustainable use and protection of water resources for the benefit of the people of the district and the state of Florida. The St. Johns River Water Management District is one of five districts in Florida managing groundwater and surface water supplies in the state. The district encompasses all or part of 18 northeast and east-central Florida counties. District headquarters are in Palatka, and staff also are available to serve the public at service centers in Maitland, Jacksonville and Palm Bay.Connect with us on Twitter at @SJRWMD, Facebook, Instagram and Pinterest. For more information about the district, please visit www.sjrwmd.com.
Familiares y vecinos de Claudia Patricia Gómez Gonzáles fallecida en Texas, se encuentran consternados en su vivienda en el caserío Los Alonzo, en San Juan Ostuncalco, Quetzaltenango.Claudia Patricia Gómez González, una mujer de Guatemala- quien estaba desarmada- fue asesinada por un disparo a la cabeza el 23 de mayo a manos de la policía fronteriza (CBP por siglas en inglés) en Río Bravo, Texas. Tenía 20 años.Las noticias de Al Jazeera reseñaron que “González era una mujer indígena Maya Mam que se había graduado de un programa de contabilidad forense en 2016. Su familia dijo que se iba a EUA para buscar trabajo, porque no tenían suficiente dinero para continuar sus estudios”.Karina Álvarez, fundadora del ‘Laredo Immigrant Alliance’, contó a Al Jazeera que la retórica de Trump sobre migrantes había envalentonado a los agentes en pueblos fronterizos: “Él nos estaba describiendo como si fuéramos animales el otro día y mira ahora, nos disparan como animales”.Claudia Patricia Gómez GonzálezEstados Unidos ha intensificado una campaña de terror contra las/os trabajadores in/migrantes y refugiados que huyen de la violencia causada por EUA en sus países de origen.La actual campaña está encabezada por el presidente Trump, su fiscal general, el famosamente racista Jeff Sessions, su jefe de gabinete John Kelly y una pandilla presidencial de intolerantes. Las nuevas normas están diseñadas para impedir por medio de intimidación y terror a quienes por enfrentar represión y muerte en sus países, viajen a EUA para buscar trabajo o refugio. Estas violentas normas están ancladas en la supremacía blanca y violan claramente leyes tanto de EUA como internacionales.El racismo de la administración no tuvo frenos en un discurso de Sessions el 7 de mayo en la frontera en San Diego. Dijo: “Hoy estamos aquí para enviar un mensaje al mundo que no vamos a permitir que nuestro país sea abrumado.” Sessions anunció que cada persona que se encuentre entrando “ilegalmente” a EUA será detenida e investigada por el Departamento de Justicia. Si son una familia, las/os hijos serán separados de sus progenitores y puestos con agencias del gobierno. (San Diego Tribune [NEEDS DATE])El Tribune reseñó: “La decisión de enjuiciar a los solicitantes de asilo que entran ilegalmente a EUA va en contra de la Convención sobre los Refugiados de las Naciones Unidas de 1951”. La convención declara que los países que firmaron el acuerdo, como hizo EUA, no penalizarán a solicitantes de asilo por entrada ilegal si se presentan inmediatamente a las autoridades y demuestran “causa justa” para su presencia.Tanto la ley de EUA como la internacional declaran que las/os solicitantes de asilo que cruzan la frontera no están violando ninguna ley, y dictan que los oficiales de EUA están obligados a permitir que las/os refugiados tengan una audiencia legal para juzgar su aplicación de asilo. Trump y sus secuaces están desafiando abiertamente esas leyes.Fronteras colonialesPor encima de la legalidad, muchas/os migrantes de Centroamérica son indígenas, como la misma González, o tienen antepasados indígenas. Las fronteras que cruzan sólo existen como resultado del genocidio y el robo de tierra por parte de los colonizadores españoles e ingleses. La fuerza extrema que está usando EUA para vigilar su frontera es producto de una mentalidad de colonizador.La nueva norma del Departamento de Justicia autoriza a los agentes fronterizos del CBP y del Servicio de Inmigración y Control de Aduanas (ICE por siglas en inglés) a separar a todas/os los niños, incluso a los bebés en brazos, de sus padres que buscan empleo o asilo en EUA y poner estas/os los niños en bases militares en Texas y Arkansas. (tinyurl.com/ya2fqos)Un artículo del New York Time del 20 de abril reportó: “El 20 de febrero, una mujer joven llamada Mirian llegó a la frontera de Texas cargando a su hijo de 18 meses. Habían huido de su hogar en Honduras en medio de una nube de gases lacrimógenos, le dijo a los agentes fronterizos, y necesitaban protección de la violencia política de allá. Esperaba encontrar refugio para ella y su hijo juntos. En su lugar, los agentes le ordenaron poner a su hijo en un vehículo del gobierno, dijo después en una declaración a la corte federal”. Al niño lo llevaron a otro lugar.En solamente 13 días luego del discurso de Session, seiscientos cincuenta y ocho niñas/os fueron separados de sus progenitores y puestos en centros de detención. Esto representa un aumento enorme, ya que 700 niñas/os fueron separados de sus padres desde octubre 2017 hasta abril 2018 (immmigrationimpact.com, 25 de mayo)¿”En qué nos estamos convirtiendo? Regímenes totalitarios quitan a los niños de sus padres para castigar a los disidentes,” tuiteó Frank Sharry, director ejecutivo del grupo de defensores de inmigrantes America’s Voice. “América está quitando a los hijos de sus padres para castigar a los refugiados”.En realidad, las leyes y prácticas de EUA durante cientos de años han legalizado la separación inhumana de padres e hijas/os –tanto por la separación mediante “ventas de propiedad” de padres e hijos negros, hasta el secuestro “legal” de niñas/os indígenas y su colocación en “internados” creados para desconectarles de su cultura y de su pueblo.A finales de marzo, el régimen de Trump anunció que no liberaría a mujeres embarazadas de los centros de detención, notorios por su falta de tratamiento médico adecuado. “Esta nueva política expone aún más la crueldad de las fuerzas de detención y deportación de Trump, poniendo en peligro las vidas de mujeres inmigrantes embarazadas”, dijo Victoria López, abogada de la Unión Americana de Libertades Civiles (ACLU en inglés). (US News, 29 de marzo)El 25 de mayo, Trump nominó a Ronald Mortensen, fundador del Utah Coalition on Illegal Immigration (Coalición de Utah sobre la Inmigración Ilegal), que ha sido clasificada como grupo de odio por el Southern Poverty Law Center, para ser el nuevo Secretario de Estado para la Oficina de Población, Refugiados, y Migración. “Él ha acusado a inmigrantes indocumentados de ‘destruir las vidas de los hombres, mujeres, y niños americanos.’ Y ahora Trump quiere que maneje la agencia federal cuya misión es la de ‘ofrecer protección, aliviar el sufrimiento, y resolver los problemas de la gente perseguida y desarraigada del mundo’”. (New York Magazine, 25 de mayo)La indignación sobre las atrocidades de Trump tiene que ser convertida en acciones populares militantes en solidaridad con las/os in/migrantes. Ésta es la única forma de detener a este demagogo racista y su administración.¡Abrir las fronteras! y #ShutDownIce! 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Hoosier Congressional Delegation Supports Ethanol Home Indiana Agriculture News Hoosier Congressional Delegation Supports Ethanol By Gary Truitt – Feb 10, 2015 SHARE SHARE He said the new Congress is not happy with the way the EPA has been managing the RFS program and its slow pace of getting e-15 into the fuel supply, “They are going to be watching the EPA a lot closer and asking some very pointed questions about why the agency is not following the mandate of the RFS passed by Congress.” Steve PittmanSteve Pitman is the plant manager of the Poet Biorefienery in North Manchester, Indiana. He spent last week on Capitol Hill lobbying lawmakers against legislation proposed by Congressman Bob Goodlatte of Virginia. Goodlatte, along with Congressmen Peter Welch (D-VT), Steve Womack (R-AZ), and Jim Costa (D-CA) have re-introduced a bill aimed at eliminating the corn-based ethanol requirement in the Renewable Fuel Standard. Pitman said most of the Indiana lawmakers he met with were in support of corn-based ethanol, “The Hoosier delegation was in strong support of our industry and did not feel the legislation had much of a chance of passage.” Hoosier Congressional Delegation Supports Ethanol Pitman said, while lower oil and gasoline prices have had an impact on ethanol profits, the actions of OPEC are showing just how important energy independence is, “This just shows that OPEC wants to keep us dependent on imported oil.” He added our efforts to use more renewable energy, produce more domestic oil, and build more fuel efficient cars is what really is scaring OPEC. Facebook Twitter Previous articleUSDA Announces Funding for Renewable Energy and Energy Efficiency ProjectsNext articleWOTUS Not Over Yet Gary Truitt Facebook Twitter Pitman told HAT that lawmakers from other states were not as strong in their support of ethanol but,for the most part, felt the bill had only a slim chance of being passed. Pitman said overall this Congress is more supportive of the RFS than others have been, but there remains a good deal of education to be done to make lawmakers aware of the importance of renewable fuels, “Take, for example, the Goodlatte legislation, it would eliminate corn ethanol from the fuel supply but without the octane ethanol provides our cars would not run.”
What to watch during quarantine TCU wants ex-professor’s discrimination suit dismissed ReddIt Robbie Vaglio Twitter printThe Frogs’ 13-match non-conference winning streak came to a close Friday, as TCU finished just short against the Buffaloes of Colorado, 1-0.Despite a dominant performance by the Horned Frogs, TCU could not find the back of the net on 14 shots or penetrate the back line of Colorado’s defense.“Possession-wise, we had the ball a lot in good spots, but we were not quite as efficient in final third,” head coach Eric Bell said. “We had 14 shots but none on goal. Hats off to Colorado, they played a good game, but we have to be better in the final third.”In the 33rd minute, Colorado’s Kelsey Aaknes fed the ball to the left corner of the field to Joss Orejel, who crossed the ball into the box to Taylor Korneick who headed the ball just over the diving Katie Lund for the only goal of the match.TCU’s shutout streak to open the season ended at 212 minutes and 16 seconds.The Frogs amped up the pressure late in the match, outshooting Colorado 8-2, but found no answer to Colorado’s defense. Off three corner kicks in the match, only one generated a shot on goal, which was shot high by senior forward Emma Heckendorn, who tied with first-year students Natalee Heiser and Tijana Djuricek for the team lead in shots on goal with three.“They were nice and tight and hard for us to break down,” Bell said. “They would drop off and present a nice wall of four.”The Frogs outshot their opponent for the third straight game, but were shutout for the first time this season.Bell commented on why the Frogs are not worried about this one blemish on the schedule.“We are a younger group and it’s a process,” Bell said. “We are still learning about our group and the psychology of our group. I take a lot of positives out of today’s game. We dominated possession, but it’s not about that, it’s about putting it in the net. We have to be more effective in the final third.”The Frogs look to pick themselves up after a tough loss tonight as they wrap-up their Colorado road trip at Northern Colorado. Kick-off is set for Sunday at 2 p.m. Linkedin Twitter I am the executive editor of TCU 360 from Raleigh, North Carolina. If you walk by my desk in the newsroom you’ll immediately know I’m Post Malone’s biggest fan. I’m always looking for a good story to tell! If you have any story ideas, feel free to reach out! Go Panthers! TCU suffers their first loss of the season in hard-fought loss to Colorado Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ + posts Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Linkedin TCU rowing program strengthens after facing COVID-19 setbacks Snow temporarily stepping down as honors dean ReddIt Facebook Robbie Vagliohttps://www.tcu360.com/author/robbie-vaglio/ Two students joined harassment and discrimination lawsuit against TCU Facebook Previous article‘Revamped’ offense leads to growing confidence in Kenny HillNext articleHoroscope: August 26, 2017 Robbie Vaglio RELATED ARTICLESMORE FROM AUTHOR Another series win lands TCU Baseball in the top 5, earns Sikes conference award TCU baseball finds their biggest fan just by saying hello
News November 26, 2020 UK: RSF calls for Julian Assange’s urgent release as Covid infections rise at Belmarsh Prison News to go further October 9, 2020 Find out more News RSF attempted to monitor the callover hearing scheduled for 26 November at Westminster Magistrates’ Court; however the hearing was adjourned until 11 December as Assange’s lawyers reported that due to the rapid increase of Covid infections in Belmarsh prison, it was not safe for him to be taken to the video conference room to appear before the court – a concern that had also prevented Assange from attending hearings during lockdown earlier in the year.Assange’s partner Stella Moris reported that a total of 56 cases of Covid infections have been confirmed in Assange’s wing of Belmarsh prison, including prisoners and staff. She said he has been confined to his cell 24 hours a day for nine consecutive days, since 18 November, apart from 20 minutes outside on 23 November.“We are alarmed by reports of a rapid increase in Covid infections at Belmarsh prison, resulting in Julian Assange being held in de facto solitary confinement. His physical and mental health history leaves him highly vulnerable, and it is clearly unsafe for him to be detained in these conditions. We continue to call for Assange’s unconditional release, but this situation adds urgency to the need for his humanitarian release without further delay”, said Rebecca Vincent, RSF’s Director of International Campaigns.Assange has a history of respiratory infections that leave him at high risk if exposed to Covid, as well as a history of mental health issues – including depression and frequent suicidal thoughts – that could worsen in conditions of prolonged confinement in his cell. On 2 November, a prisoner who was reportedly a friend of Assange’s and was held on the same wing of Belmarsh prison committed suicide – an incident that is currently being investigated.The next callover hearing at Westminster Magistrates’ Court on 11 December will be the last before the extradition decision is due to be given at a hearing at the Central Criminal Court (the Old Bailey) on 4 January 2021.RSF was the only NGO to monitor four weeks of extradition proceedings against Assange at the Old Bailey in September, despite severe restrictions placed on observers by the court. Following these proceedings, the court stopped sharing remote access details with NGO observers even for the monthly callover hearings, meaning that despite the current national lockdown in the UK, the only option to monitor proceedings is in person. The UK is ranked 35th out of 180 countries in RSF’s 2020 World Press Freedom Index. Organisation Help by sharing this information United KingdomUnited StatesEurope – Central AsiaAmericas ImprisonedFreedom of expressionJudicial harassment United KingdomUnited StatesEurope – Central AsiaAmericas ImprisonedFreedom of expressionJudicial harassment Receive email alerts News Reporters Without Borders (RSF) calls for the urgent release of Wikileaks publisher Julian Assange as an alarming increase of Covid infections has been reported at Belmarsh prison. Assange has been held in his cell 24 hours a day since 18 November and missed his callover hearing scheduled for 26 November. US/UK : Julian Assange’s extradition hearing marred by barriers to open justice Follow the news on Europe – Central Asia UK: Adjournment of Julian Assange’s US extradition hearing considered amidst coronavirus concerns RSF_en April 27, 2020 Find out more UK: Legal arguments during the first week of Julian Assange’s extradition hearing highlight lack of US evidence February 28, 2020 Find out more
Organisation April 27, 2021 Find out more Reporters Without Borders condemns the five-year prison sentence passed yesterday by a court in Vinh Thuan (in the southern province of Kien Giang) on freelance journalist Truong Minh Duc on charges of “taking advantage of democratic rights to act against the state’s interests” and “receiving money from abroad to support complaints against the state” under article 258 of the criminal code. He has 15 days to appeal. “Truong Minh Duc’s conviction without due process is indicative of the government’s relentless persecution of pro-democracy activists,” Reporters Without Borders said. “His trial lasted only two hours and he was not allowed to be defended by a lawyer or even to defend himself. He is in poor health as a result of mistreatment in prison. We call on the government to free him at once.” Born in 1960, and a member of the banned Bloc 8406 pro-democracy movement and the Vi Dan (Vietnam Party for the People), Duc was arrested on 5 May 2007. He sustained a fracture of the arm in January of this year that was not treated probably and his family says his health has deteriorated a great deal. Duc has written many articles about corruption and abuse of authority for newspapers in Vietnam and abroad since 1994, writing under pseudonyms such as Hoang-Ha, Hoang-Thanh, Phuong-Nam, Quoc-Thang and Nam-Phuong. He also sent articles on the human rights situation in Vietnam to websites based abroad. The political police hounds dissidents relentlessly in Vietnam. Eight other journalists and cyber-dissidents are currently in prison. VietnamAsia – Pacific RSF_en Help by sharing this information Vietnam sentences journalist Tran Thi Tuyet Dieu to eight years in prison RSF laureates support jailed Vietnamese journalist Pham Doan Trang Follow the news on Vietnam News News News VietnamAsia – Pacific March 29, 2008 – Updated on January 20, 2016 Five-year jail term for freelance journalist Truong Minh Duc April 7, 2021 Find out more Receive email alerts April 22, 2021 Find out more Three more independent reporters arrested in Vietnam News to go further
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