Royal Moroccan Navy Rescues 202 Irregular Migrants in Mediterranean

Rabat – The Royal Moroccan Navy rescued 202 irregular migrants, mostly sub-Saharans onboard unsafe boats, in the Mediterranean Sea on December 22 and 23.The migrants included women and children, a military source has said.The source added that five bodies were also found in these boats, adding that the rescued people received the necessary first aid as they were found in bad condition. The migrants were transported to the ports of Nador, Tangier, and Al Hoceima. Morocco has dismantled a dozen irregular migration networks throughout the year.  On December 21, police in Tangier disbanded a human trafficking network.Morocco has become not only a transit country for migrants but also sometimes a final destination.Morocco’s Minister of Foreign Affairs, Nasser Bourita, has said that Morocco wants African migrants in the country to enjoy civil rights and a good quality of life as much as it wishes for Moroccans abroad to do so.Read Also: Norway Allocates €400,000 to Help Migrants Staying in MoroccoBourita also emphasized, in the aftermath of the approval of the global compact on migration, that migrants should not be treated as criminals.Earlier this month, the European Union pledged an aid of  €148 million to financially assist Morocco on the migration front.A statement published the European Commission’s website announced that the European body will pledge a further €148 million to financially assist Morocco on the migration front.The statement added that “the additional funding adopted under the EU emergency Trust Fund for Africa will bring the overall migration-related assistance to Morocco to €148 million in 2018. It will help step up the fight against migrant smuggling and trafficking of human beings, including through reinforced integrated border management.” read more

Cop who cracked down on protests picked to cleanup Sathosa

“Today I am appointing retired SSP Ranagala to ensure discipline among rank and file at Lanka Sathosa” the Minister of Industry and Commerce Rishad Bathiudeen said today. A former Senior Superintendent of Police (SSP) who was best known for cracking down on protests by students and civil society in the past, has been appointed as a management expert to crackdown on corruption at state owned Sathosa.The Ministry of Industry and Commerce said that former SSP Premalal Ranagala has been brought in to commence the clean-up of Sathosa in order to make the institution a viable entity again. “We have minimised Lanka Sathosa losses in a big way. Sathosa shops do not charge VAT from essential items. Computerisation of the Lanka Sathosa network has to go ahead. Computerisation clearly cuts down on costs and will eliminate pilfering, stealing and mishandling of stocks. I am appointing retired SSP Premalal Ranagala today to Lanka Sathosa as a management expert to ensure Lanka Sathosa discipline among rank and file. He will also personally investigate all corrupt and mishandling activities that are taking place within Sathosa. Area managers and managers need to focus on their tasks without worrying of loss of stocks and pilfering. Retired SSP Ranagala will ensure there will be no such events in future,” the Minister said.Ranagala previously served in Colombo South, Ampara, Matara, and Badulla. He was also in-charge of the police 119 hotline response service. (Colombo Gazette) Minister Bathiudeen made the announcement while addressing a special training session for 300 Sathosa area managers and managers held at the SLFI today. read more

UN chief deeply concerned about intensification of airstrikes and ground fighting in

The United Nations recently reported that civilians are suffering a “terrible toll” in the fighting, with casualties now topping 8,100, with nearly 2,800 of them killed.“The Secretary-General is particularly concerned about reports of intense airstrikes in residential areas and on civilian buildings in Sana’a, including the Chamber of Commerce, a wedding hall and a centre for the blind,” a statement issued by Mr. Ban’s Spokesperson indicated.“He also has received troubling reports of the use of cluster munitions in attacks on Sana’a on 6 January in several locations. The use of cluster munitions in populated areas may amount to a war crime due to their indiscriminate nature,” it added.Meanwhile, the Secretary-General is reminding all parties of the utmost necessity to respect their obligations under international human rights law and international humanitarian law, which prohibits attacks directed against civilians and civilian infrastructure.The UN chief is also calling on all parties to the conflict in Yemen to “engage in good faith” with his Special Envoy for Yemen in order to convene a new round of peace talks as soon as possible.Mr. Ban’s concern for civilians in the war-torn nation follows his condemnation yesterday of the Yemeni Government’s decision to expel the UN human rights representative, who was accused of being “impartial” in assessing the situation in the country. This was echoed today by the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights, Zeid Ra’ad Al Hussein, who urged the Government to reverse its decision. read more

With message for freedom jazz beat heard around the world – UNESCO

A global celebrationRussia’s first Concert Jazz Band was founded in 1927… and Saint Petersburg, the global host city of the 2018 International Day, has been bee-bopping ever since. An all-star global performance from the Mariinsky Theatre will be streamed live as some three dozen jazz heavyweights, representing 14 countries, flex their musical muscles.With Mr. Hancock and Russian jazz saxophonist Igor Butman serving as co-artistic directors, American jazz pianist John Beasley will direct a stellar lineup that includes The Manhattan Transfer (US), Till Brönner (Germany), Fatoumata Diawara (Côte d’Ivoire), Antonio Faraò (Italy), Gilad Hekselman (Israel), Horacio Hernandez (Cuba), Branford Marsalis (US), Moscow Jazz Orchestra (Russia) and Danilo Pérez (Panama). Observed annually on 30 April, the International Day honours the enduring legacy of this musical genre and its power to bring people together.UNESCO Director General Audrey Azoulay said the message for freedom “is rooted at the very core” of jazz music, which is defined by improvisation.“The ability for musicians to come together and listen, play and exchange artistry through this free-flowing expression reflects the spirit of freedom movements across the world,” she added.International Jazz Day 2018 kicked off over the weekend in New Orleans, Louisiana, the birthplace of jazz, with a concert in famed Congo Square – site of the first-ever International Jazz Day event.UNESCO, in partnership with the Thelonious Monk Institute of Jazz, presented a special International Jazz Day Salute to New Orleans concert that recognized the city’s 300th anniversary.Affirming the unifying power of jazz, Mr. Hancock and world-renowned New Orleans trumpeter Terence Blanchard led the free event, which featured vocalists Patti Austin, Ledisi and the renowned Preservation All-Stars.  Beginning 18 April, students in New Orleans were also treated to in-school education programmes that explored the origins, development and significance of jazz – with master classes by Mr. Hancock and Mr. Blanchard. read more

Civilian deaths in Afghanistan hit record high – UN

According to the latest figures released on Sunday by the UN Assistance Mission in Afghanistan, known as UNAMA, there were 5,122 civilian casualties (1,692 deaths and 3,430 injured) in the first six months of 2018 – a three per cent overall decrease in casualties from last year.But civilian deaths were up by one per cent, the most recorded in the same time period since UNAMA began documenting civilian casualties in 2009.The continuing record-high casualty rates  are being inflicted on civilians despite the unilateral ceasefires by the Government and Taliban that occurred over the Eid al-Fitr holiday period between 15-17 June 2018.Aside from casualties resulting from two Da’esh/Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant-Khorasan Province (ISKP)-claimed suicide attacks in Nangarhar during the ceasefires, UNAMA said that it had documented almost no other civilian casualties during the break in fighting.“The brief ceasefire demonstrated that the fighting can be stopped and that Afghan civilians no longer need to bear the brunt of the war,” said Tadamichi Yamamoto, the top UN official in Afghanistan.“We urge parties to seize all opportunities to find a peaceful settlement – this is the best way that they can protect all civilians,” said Yamamoto, who is also head of UNAMA.The report, which comes amid fears of an uptick in violence,  also noted that the use of improvised explosive devices (IEDs) in attacks by Anti-Government Elements remained the leading cause of civilian casualties. The combined use of suicide and non-suicide IEDs caused nearly half of all civilian casualties. Continuing trends first documented last year by UNAMA, the majority of IED casualties were caused by suicide and complex attacks, which again were responsible for record high civilian casualties, resulting in 1,413 civilian casualties (427 deaths and 986 injured), a 22 per cent increase.Ground engagements were the second leading cause of civilian casualties, followed by targeted and deliberate killings, aerial operations, and explosive remnants of war.  Civilians living in the provinces of Kabul, Nangarhar, Faryab, Helmand and Kandahar were the most impacted by the conflict.“UNAMA continued to document the toxic consequences of this conflict, with Afghan boys and girls killed, maimed, sexually assaulted, abused, recruited and used by parties to the conflict,” said Danielle Bell, UNAMA’s human rights chief.She said that conflict-related violence continued to erode the rights of children to education, healthcare, freedom of movement and other fundamental rights, as well as family life, playing outdoors and simply enjoying a childhood free of the “brutal effects of war.”Actions by the Government of Afghanistan to prevent civilian casualties continued, resulting in a reduction of civilian deaths and injuries from their operations, particularly from ground fighting, an area that UNAMA has consistently focused its advocacy with parties to the conflict in recent years.The full UNAMA Protection of Civilians in Armed Conflict 2018 mid-year can be found here. read more

Relentless sequence of disasters in AsiaPacific sign of things to come cautions

In addition to the impact of disasters on human lives, the economic losses also threaten to reverse hard-won development across the Asia-Pacific region.According to Armida Alisjahbana, the head of ESCAP, the region’s countries cannot achieve the Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) by 2030, if their people are not protected from disasters.“This means not just building resilience in the priority zones but doing so across the entire region – reaching the most marginal and vulnerable communities,” said Ms. Alisjahbana.Investments in disaster risk reduction and resilience building will be “far smaller than the damage and losses” from unmitigated, she added.“Moreover, these same investments will deliver co-benefits — in the form of better education, health, social and infrastructure services, and higher agricultural production and incomes,” she added.Four distinct ‘hotspots’In the report, ESCAP identified four distinct “hotspots” across the region, where fragile environments are converging with critical socioeconomic vulnerabilities with disastrous consequences. The first is located within the transboundary river basins of South and South-East Asia – home to hundreds of millions – where poverty, hunger and under-nourishment are coupled with intensifying floods that alternate with prolonged droughts. Other hotspots include the Pacific Ring of Fire; Pacific small island developing States; and sand and dust storm corridors were environmental fragility combined with land degradation, desertification and climate change could lead to devastating storms. Issued on Thursday by the UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP), the Asia-Pacific Disaster Report 2019 revealed that the annual economic losses due to disasters cost the region nearly $675 billion, about 2.4 per cent its gross domestic product.A new ‘riskscape’ with 4 #disaster hotspots💥Increased investments & application of emerging technologies can help to identify the communities likely to be hit the hardest & empower vulnerable populations across #AsiaPacific. Learn more: https://t.co/t75MQuXhJy #APDR2019 pic.twitter.com/J7R5AGCi1x— United Nations ESCAP (@UNESCAP) August 22, 2019 Sources: PDNASectoral impact of disasters on selected countries.Need for ‘transformative change’The report, released ahead of ESCAP’s Committee on Disaster Risk Reduction that will meet from 28 to 30 August, calls for transformative change, underscoring that social policies and disaster resilience must no longer treated as separate policy domains.Instead, government agencies and ministries should collaborate and align their plans to ensure that disaster risk reduction and building resilience can be achieve comprehensively across policy sectors.ESCAP is the UN’s socio-economic development wing in the Asia-Pacific region. Its 53 member States and 9 associate members span a geographic area from the Pacific island of Tuvalu in the east to Turkey in the west, and Russia in the north to New Zealand in the south. The region is home to nearly two-thirds of the world’s population. read more

Wimbledon hands out one of biggest fines in history as tournament sees

first_img Bernard Tomic of Australia  Andy Murray in action at WimbledonCredit:Getty The fines highlight the pressure players are competing under at what is regarded as the world’s greatest tennis tournament, with Grand Slam officials quick to crack down on any offence deemed to be against the rules and the spirit of the game. It came after the Australian admitted in a post-match Press conference that he had faked an injury during his straight-sets loss to the German Mischa Zverev in the first round, and that he was “bored” with Wimbledon.And Daniil Medvedev was handed three individual fines totalling $14,500 (£11,200) – the third highest amount since records began in 1991 –  for unsportsmanlike conduct, when he threw coins at the umpire’s chair on Wednesday. This year’s Wimbledon has seem some of the worst behaviour by players in recent years, figures for fines imposed so far during the championships have shown.Tournament officials have handed out the second highest recorded financial penalty in Wimbledon’s history, imposing a $15,000 (£11,500) fine on Bernard Tomic for “unsportsmanlike conduct”. The money raised from fines goes towards the Grand Slam Development Fund, which pays for tennis scholarships in developing countries. It was this system which produced Jelena Ostapenko, the unseeded Latvian player who went on to win the French Open this year.  Bernard Tomic of Australia in action on TuesdayCredit:David Ramos/Getty #Medvedev should be stripped of his prize money and banned from #Wimbledon for life disgusting behaviour— Jan Sez (@BaffledBookworm) July 5, 2017 The Wimbledon champion said he hopes authorities intervene to stop the practise which has split opinion among players and commentators at the championships.The row began on Tuesday after Roger Federer questioned rules which meant that players who started matches but then withdrew were still entitled to collect £35,000. Two successive matches on Centre Court were cut short when the opponents of Federer and Novak Djokovic withdrew.Tomic’s fine exceeds that handed out to Heather Watson in 2016 when she was fined $12,000 (£9,000 at the time) for smashing her racquet against the court during her first-round loss to Annika Beck. The Australian player’s behaviour also led to him being dropped by one of his two principal sponsors, the racquet manufacturer Head.In a statement, Head said: “We were extremely disappointed with the statements made at Wimbledon by one of our sponsored athletes, Bernard Tomic.“His opinions in no way reflect our own attitude for tennis, our passion, professionalism and respect for the game.”But Tomic said he would appeal against the fine, saying: “I was being honest. People are saying the fine is for calling for the doctor, but it’s not. I don’t think the fine is fair.”A contrite Medvedev apologised for his behaviour following his match, saying: “I was disappointed with the result. In the heat of the moment, I did a bad thing. I apologize for this.” Players are under greater scrutiny because the prize money has gone upTim Henman The Russian was fined $4,000 as a warning for insulting the Portuguese umpire, Mariana Alvez; $3,000 for again insulting the umpire and $7,500 for tossing the coins at her chair. In just the first three days of this year’s championships a total of $33,500 (£25,900) in fines has been handed out for unsportsmanlike conduct.That compares to the total $93,500 (£70,700) handed out during the whole of last year’s tournament and the $62,500 (£40,000) levied against players in 2015. Tim Henman, the former British number one and four times Wimbledon semi finalist, said: “Players are under greater scrutiny because the prize money has gone up.”He added: “I think one thing for sure the club have done a good job is really protecting the court. You smash your racquet on a grass court there’ll be some unhappy groundsmen and you’ll get some pretty big fines.”The money will be docked from the players’ prize money, with Tomic losing a third of the £35,000 he earned for his first round appearance.It comes as Andy Murray weighed into the row over players withdrawing from their first round games at Wimbledon and still picking up prize money by calling for changes to be made. The highest recorded single fine in Wimbledon history remains that given to Fabio Fognini, who plays Murray on Friday.He was fined $20,000 (£11,600 at the time) in 2014 for unsportsmanlike conduct, after he  angrily threw his racket on to the grass, and a further £7,500 for shouting at the umpire and unsportsmanlike conduct.Tomic’s post-match confession that he summoned a doctor and trainer to court 14 as a strategy, when there was nothing wrong with him, on top of his comments about being bored with the championships, is understood to have infuriated officials. He denied he had meant the coin tossing gesture to suggest he thought the umpire was corrupt, adding: “I don’t know why I did it. I was frustrated to lose the match. Maybe there were some bad calls. It can happen in sports.”.Tennis fans have voiced their anger at the behaviour of some players, particularly Medvedev’s coin throwing. Jan Sez wrote on Twitter‏:  Andy Murray Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings.last_img read more

Air Space to India Pak considering total closure

first_imgIslamabad: Pakistan Prime Minister Imran Khan is considering a complete closure of air space to India, the country’s Minister for Science and Technology Fawad Hussain Chaudhry said on Tuesday amid tensions between the two neighbours over New Delhi’s revocation of special status for Jammu and Kashmir. “Prime Minister (Imran Khan) is considering a complete closure of air space to India, a complete ban on use of Pakistan land routes for Indian trade to Afghanistan was also suggested in Cabinet meeting, legal formalities for these decisions are under consideration… #Modi has started, we’ll finish!” tweeted the Minister. Also Read – Pakistan test-fires 290-km range missile Advertise With Us Chaudhry’s comments came as Khan held a Cabinet meeting on Kashmir in which he said that he would raise the Kashmir issue in the world. The cricketer-turned-politician, in his address to the nation on Monday, said that the Indian government had made a “historic blunder” by revoking special status for Jammu and Kashmir. He had warned that if India and Pakistan head towards war, “impact will be felt globally”.Khan said that he would raise the Kashmir issue during the UN General Assembly on September 27 and meet world leaders in New York.last_img read more

Full Show The Cost Of A Border Shutdown And Houstons Future Climate

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Encryption and Strong Passwords

first_imgEncryption and Strong Passwords by Mike Turcotte-McCusker on June 07, 2017 in Linux – 26 commentsEncryption is becoming more and more recommended and less and less for the tinfoil hat wearing type. It’s not uncommon to hear of people in the tech world encrypting their harddrives just for the purpose of extra security. I personally encrypt my laptop; both the Windows side I keep for image and audio/video editing, and the GNU/Linux side I use for everything else.But, while popularity of full disk encryption is on the rise, it’s from my experience that many people actually understand it beyond, “It means that if someone gets my laptop, they can’t access my files,” which is only half correct; full disk encryption will protect you from an adversary accessing your files if your machine is off at the time it falls into the wrong hands.All GNU/Linux operating systems that I am aware of, support the use of dm-crypt to do full disk encryption, since it’s built directly into the Linux kernel itself as of kernel 2.6. However, not all graphical installation utilities included with some distributions give full disc encryption as an option.To install the dm-crypt tools if they are not already available useapt-get updateapt-get install cryptsetupWhen encrypting your system at the initial install, one of two ciphers will be used, depending on your distribution:aes-xts-plain64:sha256 (More common nowadays)aes-cbc-essiv:sha256 (More common in older distribution versions)Both of these utilize AES, which is the very same cryptography used when we talk about SSL, TLS, and programs like Veracrypt also utilize it. The hashing algorithm is SHA-256, which is also industry standard. Neither AES nor SHA-256 are known to have any holes in them, or to have been broken, so if you select to encrypt your install; you can be assured that your setup is reasonably safe.Strong Passwords are keyWith that being said, you absolutely MUST ensure you use a secure password. Passwords such as, “password123” can be figured out within minutes or even seconds by amateurs, never mind adversaries with know how, or botnets, or supercomputers. A good example of a secure password would be something like, “!gh$mXjkKE4%72#Mxnb%$k3@!” Which would be next to impossible to crack before you died old age.Note: The secure password protects your encrypted partition or drive. Since you cannot save the password to a password manager on the drive, you either need to memorize it, or use another means to remember it (another password manager on your smartphone for instance).Now, this leaves a question of how does one create a secure password like the example, that you can actually remember? I’ll teach you my method; it may not work for you, but it might!First, think of a song that you REALLY enjoy. Let’s say the song is “Michael Jackson – Dirty Diana.” Pick any part of the song that stands out in your mind, I selected:Diana walked up to me, She said I’m all yours tonight At that I ran to the phone Sayin’ baby I’m alright I said but unlock the door. Because I forgot the key. She said he’s not coming back Because he’s sleeping with meNow, we want to take the first letter of each word, and add symbols and capital letters. How I like to do this is rotate each ‘sentence’ into caps/nocaps. After each sentence, I also add a symbol. An example of this could be:DWUTM!ssiayt@ATIRTTP#sbia$ISBUTD%biftk^SSHNCB&bhswm*As you can see, the song Dirty Diana now became a highly secure password, and easy to remember; each sentence has been either capitalized or not, and I’ve added a symbol after each sentence, in order, down the keyboard number keys. If you can remember the song, you can remember this password. This password is secure. Could it be more secure? Probably, is anyone ever going to manage to brute-force that? I’d be willing to bet everything I own, not.This method may or may not work for your memory, but perhaps it will spark another method for you!Final WordsI personally recommend everyone encrypt their hard disks. There is a negligible performance hit that on modern hardware you likely won’t even feel, but it adds a lovely layer of extra security on your devices. Even if you “Have nothing to hide,” why wouldn’t you take extra security measures when they are available to you? But remember, you could use every encryption method in the book, but if you use weak passwords, it won’t matter!How about you, do you encrypt? Do you have another method for creating strong passwords?SummaryArticle NameEncryption and Strong PasswordsDescriptionMike reveals his method of creating and remembering strong passwords for use in full disk encryption scenarios on Linux devices.Author Mike TurcottePublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisementlast_img read more

National Mortgage Lender to Open New Regional Office

first_img May 1, 2019 493 Views Banking texas 2019-05-01 Mike Albanese in Featured, News National Mortgage Lender to Open New Regional Officecenter_img Planet Home Lending, LLC, a national mortgage lender and servicer, opened a regional office in Irving, Texas.As the company’s first Regional Operating Center (ROC), the 25,000-square-foot facility accommodates about 130 employees, and offers space to expand to house more employees.The ROC has five conference and training rooms, in addition to access to a large-scale meeting and conference center.Employees and departments previously based in Dallas have moved to the new office. This includes legal and enterprise risk management, credit policy, origination support service, national operations, human resources, IT, project management and servicing.  “As Planet Home Lending grows, we can tap into Dallas’ significant mortgage industry talent pool. It’s also a central meeting location for our executives and leadership, who are based in multiple states,” said Suzy Lindblom, Executive Vice President, National Operations. “The ROC gives us additional leverage in assisting our clients in Planet Home Lending’s national footprint.”Dallas is an enhancement to our already remarkable sites, like Meriden, Connecticut; Tampa, Florida; Columbia, Maryland; and Rochester and Melville, New York. The Dallas site supports our talented local mortgage processors as well as sales professionals in our regional offices and our national retention retail hubs.”Since 2017, Planet Home Lending has grown its employee base by 22% to support growth in the company’s retail footprint and the expansion of its correspondent and sub-servicing businesses. Sharelast_img read more

London England – Reported by Elite Traveler the

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