Liverpool Milner: Salah is ridiculous, I’m tripping over his trophies! Chris Burton Last updated 1 year ago 07:30 5/26/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Liverpool Mohamed Salah Real Madrid v Liverpool Real Madrid UEFA Champions League African All Stars The Liverpool midfielder is delighted to see an in-form team-mate earning recognition, but admits he is creating clutter in the dressing room James Milner says Mohamed Salah’s stunning efforts for Liverpool this season have left his team-mates tripping over awards in the dressing room.Few could have predicted that the Egyptian forward would make such an immediate impact upon returning to English football in the summer of 2017.Having previously flopped at Chelsea, the 25-year-old has been a revelation at Anfield to send records tumbling and complete a clean sweep of top awards. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Goalkeeper crisis! Walker to the rescue but City sweating on Ederson injury ahead of Liverpool clash Out of his depth! Emery on borrowed time after another abysmal Arsenal display Diving, tactical fouls & the emerging war of words between Guardiola & Klopp Sorry, Cristiano! Pjanic is Juventus’ most important player right now A 44-goal star has landed the Premier League Golden Boot, PFA Player of the Year award, FWA Footballer of the Year prize, Liverpool’s Player of the Year gong, been named African Footballer of the Year, Premier League Player of the Month three times and the English top-flight Player of the Year.Milner is delighted to see praise raining down on a deserving colleague, but told The Times on Salah’s remarkable achievements: “Mo’s ridiculous.“In the dressing room the other day, by his spot there were seven trophies on the floor, all his player of the months from someone. “I’m stepping over them in my flip-flops. ‘Mo, will you move this! I can’t get to my spot. Do us a favour, will you!’”Salah has been the star of the show for Liverpool this season, but he has been ably assisted by fellow frontmen Roberto Firmino and Sadio Mane – with that deadly trio now having the Champions League crown in their sights.Milner added ahead of a meeting with Real Madrid in Kiev: “There are times in a defensive situation when we’ve managed to nick it, play a pass into one of the three, then you’re just running up behind them, watching the three of them do, like, three one-twos and stick it in the top bin is amazing, and I think, ‘Nice!’”Liverpool will be hoping for more of the same against Madrid, with much being made of Salah’s impending battle with Portuguese superstar Cristiano Ronaldo.He has already drawn comparisons to the five-time Ballon d’Or winner and Barcelona talisman Lionel Messi.Milner can see why, with those claiming that Salah can be stopped by forcing him off a favoured left foot seemingly blind to the talent in front of them.He said: “It’s easy to say that, but actually stopping it… You can say that about Messi for 15 years that his right foot is not as great as his left.“There’s a great example of me when I went to press him [Messi at Camp Nou in 2015], got him by the touchline, he nicks it through my legs and he’s gone, incredible. The best players find a way.” Subscribe to Goal’s Liverpool Correspondent Neil Jones’ weekly email bringing you the best Liverpool FC writing from around the web
European clubs say will boycott FIFA’s Club World CupEuropean clubs have expressed reservations about the newly proposed 24-team Club World Cup proposal and wrote in a letter to UEFA and FIFA that no ECA club will take part in such a competition.advertisement Reuters MiamiMarch 15, 2019UPDATED: March 15, 2019 18:34 IST European clubs have refused to be a part of a 24-team Club World Cup, which is in proposal phase. (Reuters Photo)Europe’s top clubs say they will boycott FIFA’s proposed new Club World Cup, leaving FIFA president Gianni Infantino’s latest plans in serious doubt and risking a major split in the world game.Infantino had hoped to get backing this week for creating two new, potentially money-spinning, tournaments — a new worldwide Nations League for national teams and a fresh 24-team Club World Cup to start with a ‘pilot’ edition in 2021.However, even before Friday’s meeting of the ruling FIFA Council, Infantino was forced to drop the Nations League plan after his own task force found there was no consensus for such a tournament and a lack of space in the international calendar.Infantino still wants to move ahead with his plans for a ‘pilot edition’ of a 24-team Club World Cup, with the council expected to allow the idea to move forward ahead of June’s FIFA Congress which would be asked to endorse the plan.But a letter to UEFA and Infantino from the European Club Association (ECA) head Andrea Agnelli, chairman of Italian side Juventus, and signed by 15 members of the organisation’s board, including officials of Manchester United, Barcelona and Ajax Amsterdam, made clear the opposition.The letter, sections of which were published in the German newspaper Suddeutsche Zeitung says they are “firmly against any approval of a revised Club World Cup at this point in time and confirm that no ECA clubs would take part to such a competition”.The ECA represents 232 European clubs, including all the leading teams who would be expected to feature in a Club World Cup.advertisementThe ECA says a decision on potential new competitions can only be made as part of an agreed framework for the international match calendar post-2024.A spokesperson for the ECA declined to comment on the content of the letter but told Reuters that they would be meeting later this month to discuss the situation.”We are following developments around the FIFA Council closely. Any decision impacting our members will be discussed and assessed in detail at our upcoming board meeting to be held on 26th March,” they said.’CONTRACTUAL COMMITMENTS’The letter also referenced a 2015 agreement between FIFA and the ECA and said that any decision which was against their wishes would “not be in accordance” with it.The agreement stated that “any changes to the International Match Calendar… will require explicit consent from ECA.”The letter said: “We are therefore certain that FIFA will honour its contractual commitments and we reserve all rights in this regard.”FIFA did not immediately respond to a request for comment. Infantino is expected to hold a news conference following the council meeting on Friday.The Club World Cup is currently an annual seven-team tournament which attracts minimal interest in Europe — the centre of the football business.UEFA, European football’s governing body, is unlikely to fight Infantino’s plans at Friday’s council, with the proposal expected to be passed on to a further meeting ahead of June’s congress.But it is hard to see how a 2021 edition could go ahead without the star attractions — Europe’s top clubs.The FIFA Council is also expected to decide to continue exploring plans to expand the 2022 World Cup in Qatar to 48 teams with the possibility of additional hosting in other countries.Also Read | Champions League draw: Manchester United to face Barcelona, Tottenham get Manchester CityFor sports news, updates, live scores and cricket fixtures, log on to indiatoday.in/sports. Like us on Facebook or follow us on Twitter for Sports news, scores and updates.Get real-time alerts and all the news on your phone with the all-new India Today app. Download from Post your comment Do You Like This Story? Awesome! Now share the story Too bad. Tell us what you didn’t like in the comments Tags :Follow UEFAFollow FIFAFollow European Club AssociationFollow FIFA Club World Cup Next
A top IT company is expanding in Nova Scotia. Keane Canada Inc. will create up to 375 new jobs in Halifax within the next five years. The province, through Nova Scotia Business Inc. (NSBI), has signed a maximum $3,445,313 payroll rebate with Keane. The rebate is invested incrementally as the company achieves hiring targets. The Department of Economic Development is providing $2,600,950 to assist with training and recruitment. Economic Development Minister Angus MacIsaac made the announcement today, March 6, and was joined by Jason Powell, managing director of Keane and Stephen Lund, president and CEO of NSBI. “Nova Scotia has a strong, diverse and growing information technology industry,” said Mr. MacIsaac. “Keane sets a great example that says Nova Scotia is an ideal location for long-term growth of global IT companies.” With more than 10 years in Nova Scotia, Keane has continued to expand its Halifax location. “With a technology savvy population and some of the best educational institutions in the country, Nova Scotia has been a fantastic part of our global footprint over the past 11 years,” said Mr. Powell. “We’re very excited about our continued growth and future expansion in the province.” Keane offers exciting opportunities and continues to evolve its model of IT services. The company provides training and recruitment programs to ensure employees are properly trained. Recognized as an employer of choice, Keane has been named to Mediacorp’s Top 100 Employers in Canada list for three consecutive years. Recently, Mediacorp also named Keane one of Canada’s Top 20 Employers for New Canadians. The Top 20 national competition recognizes companies that have programs to support new Canadians in the transition to a new workplace and a new life in Canada. “We are proud to work with a competitive and internationally respected company like Keane,” said Mr. Lund. “Keane is achieving success around the globe and is proving that Nova Scotia is a world-class centre for information technology.” In business since 1965 and based in the United States, Keane is a global services firm that specializes in enabling transformation of its customers’ business and IT functions. The partner of choice for customers across a broad array of industries, Keane is unique in its passion for building satisfying and enduring relationships with customers. Keane’s solutions are customized to address customers’ industry-specific challenges and enable dramatic improvements in business performance. Nova Scotia Business Inc. is Nova Scotia’s private-sector-led business development agency. NSBI is the investment attraction arm of the province and helps businesses in Nova Scotia meet growth potential through advisory services, trade development, financing and venture capital.
INVERNESS COUNTY: Point Cross Bridge The Point Cross Bridge on the Cabot Trail, south of Cheticamp, is closed to traffic during the replacement of the bridge. A four kilometre detour using Le Forte Road, Cheticamp Back Road, and Redman Road is available. Drivers should use extra caution in the construction area. Work is scheduled for completion by the end of June. Local Area Office: 902-295-2700 ANTIGONISH COUNTY: Lower South River Bridge Lower South River Bridge will be reduced to one lane to build a bailey bridge. A detour will replace the bridge until Aug. 31. Traffic control is on site. Work takes place from sunrise to sunset. Local Area Office: 902-863-7378 YARMOUTH COUNTY: Salmon River Bridge Salmon River Bridge, Trunk 3, Pleasant Lake, will be closed for repairs until Wednesday, March 7. A detour is available via Lakeside Crescent and Greenville Road. Local Area Office: 902-742-2415 -30- GUYSBOROUGH COUNTY: Melford Brook Bridge The Melford Brook Bridge on Route 344 at Middle Melford is closed. A two-lane detour bridge is in place until a permanent bridge is built. The speed limit is reduced to 60 km/h and warning signs are in place. Local Area Office: 902-533-2771 CAPE BRETON REGIONAL MUNICIPALITY: Highway 125 Exit 7 on Highway 125 will have occasional lane closures until Aug. 31 during construction of a new bridge. Work takes place from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-563-2518 CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Burns Bridge The Burns Bridge on the Shinimicas Road, 4.4 kilometres north of the intersection with Highway 6, is closed for repairs. A marked detour route will guide drivers around the construction area. Drivers in the area should use extra caution and obey all signs and personnel. Work is scheduled for completion Friday, March 9. Local Area Office: 902-893-1964 PICTOU COUNTY: Weirs Bridge Closed Weirs Bridge on Shore Road in the Waterside – Caribou Island area of Pictou County is closed to all traffic. Two paved detour routes are available on R. Grant Road and Shore Road, and a gravel road detour on Otter Road. Drivers should use extra caution and allow for extra time when travelling in this area. CONTINUING WORK COLCHESTER COUNTY: Wilson Lynds Bridge Wilson Lynds Bridge on Route 311, over North River Road and west of Upper Brookside Road, will be reduced to one lane for repairs until Friday, March 16. Traffic signals in place. Work take place from 7 a.m. to 5 p.m. Local Area Office: 902-893-6194 CUMBERLAND COUNTY: Allan Hill and South Branch Roads Allan Hill and South Branch roads in the Advocate area have a weight restriction of five tonnes until further notice. Local Area Office: 902-667-2972 KINGS COUNTY: Bridge Closure Traffic on the Busby McMahon Bridge on Brooklyn Street, near Aylesford, is reduced to one lane until further notice. Traffic lights are in place. Local Area Office: 902-679-4979 VICTORIA COUNTY: MacLeod Angus Bridge Traffic on the MacLeod Angus Bridge in South Harbour is reduced to one lane until further notice. Traffic signals are in place at the bridge. Local Area Office: 902-383-2232
27 October 2008Urgent action is required to respond to the “worst disaster in the last 100 years” to strike Haiti, the United Nations relief chief reported today, warning that aid agencies remain far short of the millions they need to help the country recover after four deadly hurricanes this year left 800 people dead and affected another 1 million. Only 40 per cent of the $107 million flash appeal aimed at assisting the emergency relief effort has been pledged, the Under-Secretary-General for Humanitarian Affairs John Holmes told reporters in New York as he urged donors to contribute more humanitarian aid. “Even that 40 per cent is nowhere near enough of what we’re going to need for the next six months or so for people in Gonaïves, and Gonaïves is not the only place affected by any stretch of the imagination,” Mr. Holmes said on his return from a two-day visit to Haiti, which was hammered by four successive storms in as many weeks from mid-August to mid-September.“We will be putting out a revised appeal in the next couple of weeks to include more early recovery elements and not just the immediate humanitarian elements.” The Under-Secretary-General stressed that further funds will be needed to help Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere even before these storms, transition from relief to reconstruction and development and prevent the tragedy from repeating itself in the future. Gonaïves, the hardest-hit city, is still a “dramatic and grim site” even six weeks after the last hurricane hit, said Mr. Holmes. Some 30,000 people are still taking refuge in city shelters, which are very often ill-equipped schools, and some of those who have gone back to their homes are camping on roofs and in courtyards. There is a large new lake just outside Gonaïves, which did not exist before and now covers the bridge and roads leading to the city, and living conditions have been made even more difficult by huge amounts of mud and stagnant water. “If urgent action is not taken on the disaster risk reduction front, then we’re simply going to see more tragedies in the future,” warned Mr. Holmes.He said that this disaster will happen again if immediate work is not done on improving the ability to channel water from the surrounding hills, such as repairing and reinforcing river banks, reforestation of the affected areas so that the water does not flash flood and mudslide, and relocating the residents of the vulnerable districts of Gonaïves. Mr. Holmes, who is also the UN Emergency Relief Coordinator, said that an additional allocation from the UN’s Central Emergency Response Fund (CERF) would be released on top of the $4.3 million allocated over a month ago, bringing CERF funding to $10 million.The UN Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO) also announced an agreement today to provide Haiti with a $10 million package to help boost the country’s agricultural sector, whose harvest was decimated by the recent hurricanes.Haiti is facing the double challenge of recovering from the series of hurricanes, which left an estimated $500 million in losses, and feeding its people who were already facing food shortages before the latest natural disasters hit the country, according to an FAO press release issued today. An average 18 per cent annual increase in food prices over each of the past four years – affecting staples such as rice, maize, beans and oil – has resulted in widespread hunger, economic crises, as well as social and political unrest.FAO has agreed on a rescue package with the Government to boost farming output in the current and upcoming agricultural season by supporting hundreds of thousands of smallholder farmers – 80 per cent of the agricultural workforce – many of whom are severely under-nourished. More than 240,000 farmers will receive an agricultural parcel consisting of vegetable seeds, cereal seeds, manioc, sweet potato and banana plants among other planting inputs. The International Fund for Agricultural Development (IFAD), a UN agency dedicated to eradicating rural poverty in developing countries, is funding the $10.2 million agreement as part of FAO’s recently established Initiative on Soaring Food Prices (ISFP).The United Nations High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR) Navi Pillay will also make a four-day visit to Haiti next week, when she plans to meet with President René Préval and other representatives of Government and civil society to discuss judicial reforms, and the extent to which economic and social rights are subject to legal jurisdiction.
In a statement issued today in Geneva, the UN agency said the studies will seek to document whether certain people may suffer health problems as a result of sitting on airplanes for long periods of time with limited movement. Specifically, the research will investigate the links between air travel and “venous thrombosis” – a condition of blood clots in a vein, most often in the lower leg and thigh. “Lately, increased reports of cases of venous thrombosis following flights point to the importance of conducting our research without delay,” said Dr. Derek Yach, WHO’s Executive Director of Noncommunicable Diseases and Mental Health. “We hope to quickly secure funding so the studies can begin shortly.”The research will attempt to determine the frequency of venous thrombosis, the magnitude of its association with air travel and the possible causal mechanisms involved. If a significant association is discerned, the studies will also provide clues on prevention strategies for air travellers, WHO said.Pending the outcome of its research, the agency has recommended “common sense measures” for the comfort of airline passengers. The steps, which so far have little scientific basis, include reducing alcohol intake, drinking adequate fluids, wearing loose clothing and performing leg exercises while seated.
Striving to halt the continuing plunder of natural resources in the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC), the United Nations Security Council today unanimously renewed the mandate of a special investigative panel and demanded that all States take immediate steps to end such illegal exploitation.The 15-0 vote gives the Expert Panel on the Illegal Exploitation of Natural Resources and Other Forms of Wealth of the Democratic Republic of the Congo until 31 October to complete its mandate, at the end of which it will submit a final report to the Council.The resolution noted “with great concern” that plundering continued, especially in the eastern part of the DRC, and stressed that “appropriate action should be taken with regard to those responsible for such activities.”The Council “reiterates its demand that all states concerned take immediate steps to end the illegal exploitation of nature,” the resolution added.In a report to the Council last year, Panel Chairman Mahmoud Kassem said it had identified three “elite networks” that had carved out separate spheres of economic control in the country over the past four years.“The elite networks’ grip on the DRC’s economy extends far beyond precious natural resources to encompass territory, fiscal revenues and trade in general,” he added.He said the networks’ activities involved highly organized and documented systems of embezzlement, tax fraud, extortion, kickbacks, false invoicing, asset-stripping of State companies and secret profit-sharing agreements, and that these activities were orchestrated in a manner that closely resembled criminal operations.“The networks collaborate with organized criminal groups, some of them transnational organizations in order to maximize profits,” he stated, adding that they use those criminal groups for discreet military operations, money laundering, illegal currency transactions, counterfeiting operations, arms trafficking, smuggling and many other activities aimed at political destabilization.The war economy directed by these networks functions under the cover of armed conflict, manipulation of ethnic tensions and generalized violence that generate enormous profits for “small coteries of powerful individuals or the commercial wing of military institutions,” Mr. Kassem said. The activities drain the DRC’s treasury of revenues at the national and local levels and leave the population without basic services.
Curiosity découvre une étrange “fleur” sur la planète MarsLa NASA a révélé une photo prise en décembre dernier par le rover Curiosity actuellement sur Mars. Elle montre une étrange formation transparente que certains ont qualifié de “fleur” mais qui serait simplement un élément issu du rocher et peut-être un minéral.L’année 2012 avait terminé plutôt calmement pour Curiosity mais la nouvelle commence en grandes pompes. Depuis ce week-end, le rover martien fait de nouveau parler de lui sur la Toile. Le sujet du buzz : une photo que Curiosity a prise le 19 décembre dernier et que la NASA vient tout juste de dévoiler. Capturé par l’instrument Mars Hand Lends Imager (MAHLI), le cliché montre la surface d’un rocher martien sur lequel on peut apercevoir une étrange petite formation transparente. Il n’en fallait pas plus pour nourrir l’inspiration de tout ceux qui suivent l’aventure du rover et la commentent sur les forums. Ainsi, certains ont vu dans cet étrange élément le pistil d’une fleur poussant sur la roche, une hypothèse qui a conduit à le baptiser “fleur martienne”. D’autres, en revanche, se sont demandés s’il ne s’agissait pas une nouvelle fois d’un morceau que le rover aurait perdu sur son passage. Mais l’élément semblant être accroché à la roche, l’hypothèse a été démentie par les équipes de la NASA. Ceci “semble faire partie de la roche et ne pas être un débris provenant de l’engin spatial”, a écrit dans un mail adressé à NBCNews.com, Guy Webster porte-parole du Jet Propulsion Laboratory. Quant à l’hypothèse de la fleur, ce dernier a déclaré à Daily News : “Je supposerais que “fleur” est le terme utilisé par quelqu’un pour décrire son apparence, et ne signifie pas que des fleurs existent sur Mars”. De leur côté, d’autres internautes penchent plutôt pour un minéral, du type quartz qui serait incrusté dans la roche. Mais pour l’heure, la NASA ne s’est pas prononcée sur cette autre hypothèse. La photo continue donc de faire le tour du Web et de susciter les interrogations.Toujours à la recherche d’une roche à percer À lire aussiBoisson, météorite et Facebook, les actus sciences que vous devez connaître ce 5 septembreActuellement, Curiosity se trouve toujours dans la zone appelée Yellowknife Bay et est à la recherche d’une roche sur laquelle utiliser sa perceuse pour obtenir de la poudre à analyser. Après la pause de fin d’année, les équipes ont ainsi repris leur travail pour sélectionner la fameuse roche. “Nous n’avons pas eu de surprises durant les vacances. Maintenant, Curiosity est de nouveau sur les rails. La zone dans laquelle le rover se trouve, semble être bien pour notre première cible à percer”, a indiqué Richard Cook du JPL.(crédits photo : NASA – JPL – Caltech/)Le 7 janvier 2013 à 11:26 • Maxime Lambert
The American Soybean Association (ASA) applauds action by the U.S. House Subcommittee on Water Resources and the Environment to protect the integrity of the Inland Waterways Trust Fund by rejecting the Administration’s plan to divert its resources to other projects.The Administration’s Fiscal Year (FY) 2004 Budget called for using $146 million from the Inland Waterway Trust Fund to pay for everyday operations and maintenance expenses. This plan would have violated the agreement shippers reached in 1980 to pay higher fuel taxes, which would later be used for lock improvements. Under the terms of the 23-year-old agreement, barge operators pay 20-cents per gallon in fuel taxes into the Inland Waterways Trust, which currently contains approximately $400 million.”Our river transportation resources benefits all Americans, even those who live in states that are not directly adjacent to the river,” said ASA President Dwain Ford, a soybean producer from Kinmundy, Ill. “This system is critical to the competitiveness of U.S. agricultural exports, which contribute billions of dollars to the United States trade balance each year.”Antiquated locks and dams that were built before World War II are deteriorating and need to be expanded to accommodate modern barge tows. While U.S. farmers are fighting to maintain market share in a fiercely competitive global market place, our international competitors are investing in transportation infrastructure. Argentina has invested over $650 million in its transportation systems to make its grain more competitive. Brazil is reviving its water transport network to reduce shipping cost for soybeans by at least 75 percent.”River transportation is the most economical way to ship bulk commodities and it is also the most environmentally friendly method because it is the most fuel-efficient,” Ford said.Last month, ASA mailed to every member of the United States Congress a packet of educational materials designed to help members and their staff appreciate the importance of river transportation and the urgent need for infrastructure improvements on the Upper Mississippi River system. The mailing included a brochure and letter from ASA President Ford, plus a multimedia presentation on CD-ROM that was sponsored by ASA and Bayer CropScience. The presentation featured a virtual tour of Mississippi Lock No. 20 at Canton, Mo., that is also available on ASA’s web site at www.soygrowers.com/step/barge.htm.”A $146 million diversion could have been detrimental to ASA’s efforts to modernize the locks and dams along the Mississippi and Illinois Rivers. We appreciate the Subcommittee’s commitment to this issue,” concluded Ford.
Zach LaPerriere has heard some surprising comments about the wooden bowls he sells at markets.People reach out to touch them, admiring the detail of an exposed scar and the smooth curves.“Some would say even sensual,” LaPerriere said with a chuckle. “They’re not my words. I’m just repeating them. I’ve think I’ve heard even more racy words than that.”LaPerriere makes his bowls in an open-air workshop below his cabin, overlooking the water.Before his creations made customers blush, he was employed as a carpenter.But he said those skills didn’t necessarily translate when he took up professional woodturning five years ago.“It really took me a year to become even mildly proficient,” he said.For starters, the wood is spinning.While shaping a gnarly chunk of alder into a bowl with a sharp tool, LaPerriere had to think in three dimensions. He spotted a scar that looked like pair of lips, and ribbons of alder went flying.“I have to walk that line between being efficient and being creative,” he said.In Southeast Alaska, not many people do this kind of work for a living. There are plenty of hobbyists, but LaPerriere is spending a thousand hours a year creating wooden bowls. He helps support a family of five this way.Though one of his bowls can fetch up to $1,500, he admitted it’s not always a lucrative business.Still, LaPerriere said taking this huge career leap aligned with his values.He wanted to show people what’s inside the trees from nation’s largest national forest and help translate that story.“Being deeply in love with our rainforest here, I want to understand what’s going on in the tree,” LaPerriere said. “I look for whatever is most unique. It might be a scar. It might be tiny little ambrosia beetles.”Beetles that leave tiny black holes in the tree. Those are the kind of imperfections LaPerriere wants to highlight when he’s turning a piece of wood. He’s found bullet holes, axe marks from the turn of the century and one of his favorites: buck rubs. Those are the antler markings of a deer looking for a mate.“Hunters are always looking for buck rubs,” he said. “To see a buck rub from 20 or 30 years ago, that’s an exciting thing!”Especially spotting it as you dig into a salad bowl.So the characteristics of the trees vary wildly. But there’s a type of wood LaPerriere said he wouldn’t consider using.“There’s no need to cut a living tree,” he said.Some of the bowls LaPerriere creates will dry up to a year or longer before he can bring them to market, depending on the type of wood. (Photo by Elizabeth Jenkins/Alaska’s Energy Desk)All of the wood piled up in his workshop comes from dead and down trees, which LaPerriere scavenges off the beach or hauls out of the forest himself. He has to goes through a permitting process to be able to do that on national land.Today, there’s less large-scale industrial logging happening in the Tongass. However, recent changes at the federal level could open up new sites.That doesn’t sit well with LaPerriere.“I would liken it to selling your furniture to make your credit card payment,” LaPerriere said.Instead, he imagines a future where fewer trees are harvested from the national land. And the old growth that is cut down is made into things produced in-state. Things people will want to buy and cherish. That was also identified as a priority by a former Tongass Advisory Committee, which included timber industry representatives.Even so, LaPerriere recognizes creating wooden bowls like his isn’t the boost to the region’s economy the state is looking for. After all, he’s just one guy. But he thinks there’s something to the model.“You know, I’m a logger, and I feel great about that because it’s something I can believe in,” LaPerriere said.Back at his workshop, LaPerriere prepared his alder bowl for a long hibernation in the drying shed. He scribbled the location of where he found the wood on the rim.In another six months or so, he’ll pull it out again and sand it — putting the finishing touches to get it ready to sell.He said he likes the idea of bringing beauty into people’s lives with trees from the Tongass. Or, as some customers see it, a little romance. Zach LaPerriere’s workshop in Sitka. (Photo by Elizabeth Jenkins/Alaska’s Energy Desk)There are very few products made in Alaska from lumber produced in state. That’s despite an ongoing battle over how the Tongass National Forest should be managed.While timber sales have declined for decades, there are some new initiatives on the table now that could open up more logging.But one Sitka craftsman doesn’t want that to happen. He’s content using dead old growth, and he makes his living creating bowls from the Tongass without cutting down living trees.
Dutch police officers search a car as he conducts an investigation at the residence of an alleged jihadist in Arnhem, on 27 September. Photo: AFPDutch police arrested seven men Thursday suspected of plotting to carry out a “major terrorist attack” at a public event using explosive belts and an AK-47 assault rifle, the public prosecutor’s office said.“Police arrested seven men on Thursday… suspected of being at a very advanced stage of preparation for a major terrorist attack in the Netherlands,” it said in a statement, adding one of the suspects had wanted to kill “many victims”.Prosecutors and investigators were “convinced that a terrorist attack was prevented” as a result of the arrests in the cities of Arnhem and Weert which followed a months-long police operation.Officers had placed a group of people under surveillance, a central figure being a 34-year-old man of Iraqi origin convicted in 2017 of attempting to reach territory controlled by the jihadist Islamic State group, the statement added.Those arrested by elite special anti-terrorist police teams with helicopter support ranged in age from 21 to 34.The suspects came from Arnhem, the port city of Rotterdam and villages close to those two cities. Two others in the group also had convictions related to attempts to travel to Iraq or Syria.“One of the men from Arnhem wanted to commit an attack with a group at a major event in the Netherlands and kill many victims, according to the Dutch Intelligence Service (AIVD),” the prosecutor’s office said.Police had yet to identify the target of the planned attack which the prosecutor’s office said was to have included a separate car bombing.The suspects, who investigators said said were in possession of small arms when they were detained, are expected to appear in court in Rotterdam on Friday.“They were seeking AK-47 assault rifles, grenades, explosive belts and raw materials with which to make other bombs,” investigators said.Dutch on alertThe arrests came three months after two men were arrested in Rotterdam on suspicion of preparing attacks in France and in the Netherlands. Prosecutors said earlier this month they were “close” to launching their attack.There has been no mention of what the target in France might have been.In the Netherlands the pair are said to have staked out and “identified several possible targets” in Rotterdam, including “a police station and the Erasmus Bridge”, the country’s second largest.On 31 August, an Afghan aged 19 and with a German residence permit stabbed and injured two American tourists at Amsterdam’s busy Central Station before being shot.The prosecutor’s office said he had chosen the Netherlands for the attack believing Islam to be “frequently insulted” there.The Amsterdam incident came following a Taliban call for attacks on Dutch troops after far-right Dutch politician Geert Wilders organised a Prophet Muhammed cartoon competition.Many Muslims consider images of the prophet to be blasphemous.The likelihood of a terror attack in the Netherlands “remained substantial”, the Dutch anti-terror agency NCTV said last week, with terror threat levels remaining at level four out of five.
These are the times when photographs are digital and they are saved in the latest gadgets and written works are coming in an e-book format. Film-maker and actor Aparna Sen released a book on photography titled ‘IMAGES’ and politician Jaya Jaitly released a book on contemporary art titled ‘VOICES’ at the India Habitat Centre on Monday.Edited by art historian and curator Dr Alka Pande, the books produced under the aegis of India Habitat Centre were released to also celebrate the completion of 15 years of the Visual Arts Gallery, which has showcased and promoted some of the most seminal exhibitions over the last fifteen years. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’The book ‘IMAGES’ features seven seminal essays on the evolution, growth and importance of the art of photography by names like Bandeep Singh, Robert Pledge, Nathalie Herschdorfer and Ashim Ghosh apart from featuring works of eleven photographers who have been past winners of the annual Habitat Photography award since 2003.The book ‘VOICES’ features twenty decisive essays on the Indian and world contemporary art by influential names like Nissar Allana, Jaya Jaitly, Alka Pande, Jonathan Faiers, Raj Liberhan, Diana Campbell Betancourt, Peter Nagy among others apart from featuring the top twenty exhibitions at Visual Arts Gallery over the last 15 years. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixAfter the book release, eminent photographer Bandeep Singh read out excerpts from IMAGES which was followed by a book reading from his book NO COUNTRY by author Kalyan Ray. Young photographers who have been the past winners of India Habitat Centre Photography Fellowship were then awarded by Raj Liberhan, former director, IHC.Rakesh Kacker (Director, India Habitat Centre), Alka Pande (curator), Dr Linus Von Castelmur (Ambassador of Switzerland to India and Bhutan), Aparna Sen (filmmaker and actor), Jaya Jaitly (politician), Kalyan Ray (author), Bandeep Singh (photographer), Aditya Arya (photographer), Sandeep Biswas (artist), Avinash Pasricha (photographer) with wife Kiran, Madhu Jain (columnist), Humra Querishi (columnist), Harinder Singh with wife Kirandeep Kaur (art patron) among others were present on the occasion.
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