Rabat – CEO of Renault-Nissan Group, Carlos Ghosn, on Friday hailed the constant support of King Mohammed VI to group projects in the Kingdom.“I praise the constant support brought by HM King Mohammed VI to our group. Under His impulse, the government has always stood alongside our group and its partners to facilitate their implementation and to encourage their development”, Ghosn said in a video-testimony screened at the launch ceremony, held Friday under the chairmanship of HM King Mohammed VI, of the new project of the Renault group, “Renault Ecosystem”.On this occasion, Ghosn called upon Renault partners to write, with the constant support of the King and His government, the next chapter in the industrial and commercial adventure of the group in the Kingdom under the sign of leadership, confidence and competitiveness. The current challenge for the Renault group is building an ecosystem based on the effective contribution of all stakeholders, the CEO of Renault-Nissan said, noting that the conditions for the success of the “Renault ecosystem” are based on “continuing progress in quality made in recent years by our supplier partners, as well as improving their competitiveness”.The new project, worth 10 billion dirhams, consists of developing an international supply platform. It has an additional turnover of 20 billion dirhams yearly, thus increasing threefold the amount of manufactured parts purchased by Renault on the Moroccan territory.This ecosystem will treble the number of jobs created by Renault, generating 50,000 new permanent jobs.The training of new executives will be provided by proven mechanisms in the automobile sector.With MAP
VANCOUVER — Two major container terminals at the Port of Vancouver will not be behind picket lines today although longshore workers are in a legal strike position.A 72-hour strike notice issued by the International Longshore and Warehouse Union Canada has expired at Global Container Terminals operations in Delta and Vancouver.A news release issued on Sunday by union president Robert Ashton says the roughly 2,000 affected members of Locals 500 and 502 will not stage a full-scale strike, but will begin “limited and targeted” job action.Jeff Scott, chairman of the B.C. Maritime Employers Association, which bargains for more than 30 member companies at B.C. ports, says the job action relates to overtime.Ashton’s statement says the union remains optimistic that a fair deal can be achieved, while Scott says more talks are expected, although he isn’t aware of any firm dates following near round-the-clock sessions on the weekend.About 6,000 Vancouver-area longshore workers at several employers have been without a contract since March 2018, and 98.4 per cent of those who voted earlier this month supported a strike. Scott says the employers association is committed to continuing talks and is hopeful, given the union’s decision to take job action.“It’s significantly different than, obviously, a strike or a walkout so that is positive,” he said in a telephone interview.“We’ll have a better idea by about noon today of how things are playing out.”Ashton’s statement says the union’s focus relates to “concerns over automation of the workplace and the potential devastation to our communities.”A recent Port of Vancouver analysis found a labour disruption could lead to losses of as much as $540 million a day. (The Canadian Press, CTV)The Canadian Press
Sri Lanka says Pakistan and Sri Lanka have a long history of very cordial and friendly relations and both countries share commonality of views on a wide range of international and regional issues.Speaker Karu Jayasooriya said that both nations coordinate their positions in multilateral fora and have been helpful to each other during difficult times. Editor of the book, Dr. SinhaRaja Tammita Delgoda thanked the Government of Pakistan, Institute of Strategic Studies Islamabad and the High Commission of Pakistan in Sri Lanka for recognizing the value of this initiative. Their interest and support has enabled this project to reach fruition and made this publication possible. (Colombo Gazette) Dr. Sarfraz Sipra was addressing the launching ceremony of book “An Enduring Friendship; Sri Lanka and Pakistan” which was organized by the High Commission of Pakistan on the occasion of 70th independence anniversary of Pakistan. Speaker Karu Jayasooriya has graced the occasion as the chief guest. Guests of honour included former Sri Lankan Presidents Chandrika Bandaranaike Kumaratunga, Mahinda Rajapaksa, Minister for International Trade, Malik Samarawickrama, Minister for Commerce and Industry Rishad Bathiudeen, Minister for Primary Industries Daya Gamage, Minister of State for National Integration and Reconciliation A.H.M. Fowzie, Minister of State for Rehabilitation and Resettlement M.L.A.M. Hizbullah, Deputy Minister for Petroleum Resources Development Anoma Gamage, and Former Foreign Minister Prof. G.L. Peiris.Heads of diplomatic Missions, renowned scholars, representatives of universities, think tanks, and analysts, senior government officials, former Sri Lankan Ambassadors and a large number of people from difference walks of life attended the ceremony as distinguished guests. The Acting High Commissioner of Pakistan Dr. Sarfraz Ahmed Khan Sipra said that Pakistan and Sri Lanka have been linked since ancient times, a link which is now 2,300 years old. In 1948, shortly after Independence of Sri Lanka, this link was revived and reborn when the founding father of Sri Lanka, Prime Minister D.S. Senanayake travelled to Pakistan to meet the founding father of Pakistan, Quaid i Azam Muhammad Ali Jinnah. He underscored that whenever Pakistan needed; Sri Lanka has always been there. Similarly whenever Sir Lanka needed Pakistan, Pakistan has always been there. Acting High Commissioner Dr. Sarfraz Sipra emphasized that bilateral relationship between Pakistan and Sri Lanka have been an important part of this region.“It needs to be comprehensively studied and evaluated. The book narrates the story of this beautiful relationship in a beautiful manner. A story most people would love it. Although it is written by a Sri Lankan author, it reflects the value of both countries. This book will serve to identify areas of further cooperation for younger generations between the two nations. The book has futuristic outlook by suggesting innovative approaches that need to be adopted for reinforcing happily existing friendly Pak-Lanka ties,” he added.On the occasion, author of the book Arshad Cassim briefed the audience about the book and said that the book narrates the story of a friendship rapidly evolving in a non-military context, following the end of the conflict in Sri Lanka. It explores the potential for greater economic and cultural cooperation.
“Many of them have been living in dire conditions in makeshift transit sites in Abidjan since the conflict erupted last September,” a spokesman for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) said in Geneva today. “They have faced harassment by the local population, who accuse them of siding with the rebels,” said Kris Janowski.To date, the agency has not succeeded in getting the Ivoirian Government to identify a safer location for the Liberians. “We have also been unsuccessful in trying to persuade neighbouring countries to provide refuge,” Mr. Janowski said, adding that while UNHCR has been unable to resolve the problem of Liberians who cannot go back to their country, repatriation of those willing to return to Liberia was continuing.In the southwest part of Côte d’Ivoire, more refugees have recently come forward asking for repatriation to Liberia. According to Mr. Janowski, several said they were chased away from the plantations where they had been employed and others alleged they were beaten and driven away by their Ivoirian neighbours. Since 17 February, UNHCR has repatriated more than 2,250 refugees from the Tabou area to Liberia. During the same period, over 43,000 refugees have gone back on their own, despite continued instability in Liberia itself. Some 36,000 Ivoirian refugees have also fled to Liberia. While returning Liberians head to their hometowns and villages deeper inside Liberia, Ivoirians tend to stay in border areas, hoping to go back home as soon as the fighting subsides. As a result, many Ivorians are now living in villages among the Liberian population close to the border, lacking adequate food and medical care. “Many refugees are malnourished, making them more susceptible to malaria, meningitis and yellow fever,” said Mr. Janowski.
The public should ask the technician their age if they suspect them to be under 18. And when picking a barber’s or nail salon, she advises customers to look for stores with a regular payment system, where staff look happy and relaxed and have a good relationship with managers.The police hope members of the public will start raising the alarm by reporting it to 101 if they notice something suspicious. “There’s no harm in putting it through, and it all adds to intelligence,” she says. Jenny is a British national who lived in the UK legally and whose children were born and educated here. She initially came to police attention in 2014, when they found a teenage Vietnamese girl and suspected victim working with her at a different premises, but she wasn’t prosecuted until this year.”That’s indicative of the old system,” says Tucker. “The legislation in 2015 focused people’s minds and quite rightly pushed the agenda forward.” Even with the new legislation, it isn’t easy to prosecute human trafficking and forced labour. Tucker is pleased with the three convictions in the Bath case, but says there is more work to be done. The gang runs far wider and deeper than those two salons. Not only does it stretch across Scotland and the north east of England, it is also spans countries. “It’s huge. People are such an easy commodity to move around the country,” says Tucker. “The network goes across to Vietnam. And a lot of victims say they’ve come into the UK from France, so no doubt there are tentacles across Europe.”This is a pernicious, despicable crime designed to make money out of someone’s vulnerability. We need the public’s help.”The Prosecutors: Modern Day Slavery is available on BBC iPlayer She says the public should adopt a Think 25-style policy when making sure their manicure is ethical. If a nail bar worker looks like they are under-18, exploitation could be occurring.”Children should be in school until they are 16 and then there will be a period of training at college,” she says. “Certainly, they shouldn’t be working at a nail bar.” Is the price of your manicure too good to be true?Credit:Carlina Teteris/ Getty Images Contributor “If you’re in a barber’s and, when another customer arrives, a tired or disheveled barber comes downstairs to start working on them, there could be a problem,” says Tucker. “There are barber shops setting up now where people live above the shop and customers pay in cash. Owners are looking to exploit workers and make money.”While there is “no typical victim of slavery”, according to charity Unseen, gangs that run such outfits are known to have links with countries including Vietnam, Albania and Romania. The Vietnamese gangs are often associated with nail bars and cannabis farms. Funds from the drug trade are often laundered through the legitimate-seeming salons. The common theme, Tucker says, is how vulnerable victims are. “This was one of the most difficult cases I’ve worked on. But it was really rewarding to get the right result for people who are so indoctrinated and so vulnerable.” Tucker wants the public to help police identify victims of modern slaveryCredit:Jay Williams /Telegraph One of the difficulties in policing modern slavery is that, as with domestic abuse, victims are often emotionally – as well as financially – connected to their abusers. When Tucker removed the victims from Jenny’s care, they were upset and one burst into tears; all they had known in the UK was living and working with her. This form of Stockholm syndrome can be a barrier to prosecution, as victims are wary of sharing their stories, which are vital evidence. It was evident at first look that something wasn’t right with Bath’s Deluxe Nails. A stone’s throw from the historic Roman Baths, the salon was staffed by two young Vietnamese girls when Detective Inspector Charlotte Tucker entered on a February morning in 2016 with her colleagues from Avon and Somerset police. They were running a “day of action” in search of people who may have been the victim of modern slavery. The girls, who cannot be named for legal reasons, caught Tucker’s attention.They were doing two clients’ nails, under the supervision of an older, male member of staff. All the signs of modern slavery were there: they looked vulnerable, really tired and didn’t speak any English.”It was really obvious there was an issue,” says Tucker. “We had a stroke of luck as the proprietor wasn’t there when we arrived.” This gave them a small window in which to find out, through a translator, that at least one of the girls had arrived in the UK on the back of a lorry.Then salon manager Thu Huong Nguyen, known as Jenny, returned from dropping her 16-year-old daughter at school. She was polite and offered to help; but, thinking the police couldn’t understand, she turned to the girls and, in clipped Vietnamese, said, “Have you told them what I told them to tell you? Make sure you’re telling the police the right story.” “They don’t see themselves as victims and weren’t necessarily unhappy about how they were living,” says Tucker. “They were allowed to walk to the chemist and, on the way to work in Jenny’s car, they could have jumped out at traffic lights and run away.”But they couldn’t because they had nowhere to go. They relied on the organised crime group.” Jenny’s victims in fact ran away from foster care numerous times and back into the grip of their abusers. “They’re not locked away or in chains, but are hidden in plain sight,” says Tucker. “It’s incumbent on everyone using those services to try and spot the signs of modern slavery.”Tucker hopes her investigation, and others, will raise awareness of the problem. She urges people who use cheap services such as nail bars or car washes to stop and think, do the staff look frightened, tired or vulnerable? Can they speak any English? How old do they appear to be? “Cheap nail bars are everywhere, they’ve popped up on every high street,” she says. “If you think you’re getting a bargain, are only allowed to pay in cash and the staff can’t speak English, it’s probably too good to be true. I personally wouldn’t be getting my nails done there.” So began a two-year investigation that involved six police forces. including the National Crime Agency; 14 potential victims; visits to more than 280 businesses; and 97 arrests. At the beginning of this year, Jenny, 49, and two others became the first people to be prosecuted in the UK for modern slavery involving children. The case was followed in The Prosecutors, a BBC documentary series.”She had a 15-year-old daughter whom she had taken to school after helping her photocopy something for a project,” says Tucker. “Yet, it turned out, she had these similar-aged teen girls working 60-hour weeks with her for very little or no recompense.” Passed into law in 2015, the Modern Slavery Act covers forced or compulsory labour, sexual exploitation, domestic servitude, organ harvesting and human trafficking. The exact number of victims of such crimes in the UK is unclear, but the Home Office estimates as many as 13,000 people could be affected. Separate research from Freedom United, which includes new forms of slavery such as child drug-runners, suggests this number could, in fact, be 136,000.Victims may be put to work in nail salons, car washes, clothing factories, cannabis farms or the cleaning industry. An emerging area of concern is also traditional Turkish barber shops, where the growing male grooming industry has led to exploitation. 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.
The Citizens’ Assembly will NOT hear from a woman who regrets having an abortion The assembly says the decision is reflective of the submissions they received THE CITIZENS’ ASSEMBLY on the issue of the Eight Amendment will not hear a first-hand account from a woman who regrets having an abortion.The assembly will tomorrow hear six first-hand experiences from women affected by the Eighth Amendment, but that particular perspective will not be among them.A spokesperson for the assembly’s secretariat said that the stories the women were selected to tell were chosen to be representative of the submissions they received.The personal stories will include a case of a woman who received a diagnosis of a fatal foetal abnormality as well as the story of a crisis pregnancy.It will also include the case of a woman who chose not to have an abortion.The spokesperson said that it was not designed to be a “box-ticking exercise”: 12,751 Views Share Tweet Email http://jrnl.ie/3268747 103 Comments Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article Mar 3rd 2017, 7:00 PM A Dublin march organised by the Pro-Life Campaign. A Dublin march organised by the Pro-Life Campaign. Image: Shawn Pogatchnik/AP Image: Shawn Pogatchnik/AP Friday 3 Mar 2017, 7:00 PM By Rónán Duffy Short URL These are real, lived experiences and therefore putting them in a way which is categorising them, to have some form of box-ticking exercise is very very difficult, very very challenging. To do something in that manner would not be a women-centred approach to an issue like this.“What we’ve tried to do ensure these stories are representative, are a representation of the broader submissions that have been received by the assembly.”Audio interviewsThe six anonymous personal stories that will be played for assembly members are in the form of edited audio interviews that are between 7-7.5 minutes long.The interviews were conducted by Mary Ryan of Maynooth University and the women agreed that the final version was an accurate account of their personal story.The questions put to the women as part of the interview process will be made publicly available.On Sunday, the assembly will hear from 17 advocacy groups who will each make a 10-minute presentation before a question and answer session.Among those advocacy groups is the Women Hurt project which represents women who regret having an abortion.A spokesperson for the assembly’s secretariat said that chair of the assembly Justice Mary Laffoy is satisfied that viewpoint will be covered by Women Hurt despite it not being included as a personal story.“In the overall scheme of things, it’s important that we hear from all of those perspectives and we are getting that perspective through the advocacy groups. So overall the chair is very satisfied that that overall perspective is provided.”Dr Anthony Levatino will speak on behalf of Women Hurt.This weekend’s sitting of the Citizens’ Assembly is the penultimate on the issue or Ireland’s abortion laws.Further details of this weekend’s schedule are available online and the proceedings will also be streamed on citizensassembly.ie.Follow @ronanduffy_ for updates throughout the weekend. Read: ‘Dismay’ and online anger as pro-choice TFMR Ireland excluded from Citizens’ Assembly > Read: ‘More than five’ anonymous women will have a vital say on the future of abortion in Ireland >
The crossover between literature, performance, classicism and its modern interpretations will be on showcase at the 15th Bharat Rang Mahotsav, the National School of Drama’s (NSD) annual theatre festival.The festival will celebrate the legacy Saadat Hasan Manto, William Shakespeare and popular theatre in the perspective of the modern Indian stage.Announcing the 15-day theatre gala, NSD chairperson Amal Allana said the festival will bring to the Capital and twin venue of Jaipur a total of 87 plays, lectures, interactions, offsite projects and special packages. It will open with Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’Atmakatha, a two-hour play directed by Vinay Sharma, featuring former Bollywood actor Kulbhushan Kharbanda. It will mark the actor’s return to the stage, Allana said. ‘The wider variety of plays this year has allowed us to package them into categories. The ‘Manto section’ has six plays adapted from stories by Manto and the section on Shakespeare will explore the ‘inter-cultural influence on the dramatist’ with seven productions,’ Allana said, adding: ‘The focus will be on popular theatre that evolved from the Parsi form of theatre in the second half of 19th century.’ The 450 entries from which 87 were shortlisted were from across regions and genres that were not always ‘dependent on the government for support’. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixThe Indian panorama with 11 productions and 52 other performances — adaptations, re-visitings, improvisations, devised plays and traditional renditions — will reflect contemporary theatre practises. The Shakespeare panorama will play host to the likes of indigenous improvisations of King Lear, a solo performance from Turkmenistan, an Assamese adaptation of Julius Caeser, a Hindi makeover of Twelfth Night, Piya Behroopia that played at the Globe Theatre in London last season, Footsbarn Theatre’s Indian Tempest as physical theatre. Wendy Jehlen of the US will present excerpts from Hamlet, Macbeth, Othello and Titus Andronicus in a choreographed non-verbal piece as The Knocking Within.A Malayalee adaptation, Yamadoothu: After the Death of Othello in Malayalam from Kerala, based on Shakespeare’s Othello will also be staged. Pointing to the trends in Indian contemporary theatre, Amal Allana said: ‘the trend to go back to traditional forms of theatre has waned’.‘We don’t have to go back to folk theatre and traditional theatre to sustain contemporary theatre. Plays are being staged as performances and devised scripts. There is more exchange and effort between theatre people because of greater a sense of participation and lack of original scripts,’ Allana said.She said: ‘The complexity of new theatre has brought in wake more non-verbal plays and physical theatre’. NSD director Anuradha Kapur said ‘there was a flowering of another kind of script that were meant to be read. We are reading scripts and performing them as well’. Bharat Rang mahotsav will feature plays divided into several categories.
It’s indisputable that some of the best knockouts on the internet come from the dozens of knockoff MMA leagues from around the world, and the upstart Professional Fighter’s League has produced yet another classic.Russian Movlid Khaybulaev provided the violent highlight with a stunning flying knee that left his opponent immediately unconscious just 10 seconds into their fight. This is as ruthless as it is quick, and that’s saying something.10 seconds of perfection – the fastest stoppage in PFL history! Movlid Khaybulaev moves to 14-0. Khaybulaev earns 6 points with the 1st Round KO #PFLmma #PFL2 pic.twitter.com/w2bnIsHJH5— #PFLmma (@ProFightLeague) May 24, 2019
Hear from Polar Explorers, ultra marathoners, authors, artists and a range of other unique personalities to better understand the traits that make excellence possible. 3 min read June 15, 2015 Listen Now The SpaceX rocket company announced something completely different on Monday: a Hyperloop pod competition that would follow up on a high-speed transit concept laid out by the company’s billionaire founder, Elon Musk.The contest would reach its climax next June with pod races at a roughly mile-long (1.6-kilometer-long) Hyperloop test track that will be built next to SpaceX’s headquarters in Hawthorne, California, according to documents obtained by NBC News.Musk conceived of the Hyperloop in 2013 as a network of pneumatic tubes through which aerodynamically designed passenger pods could travel at speeds of up to 760 mph (1,220 kilometers per hour). He suggested that a trip between San Francisco and Los Angeles could take a mere 35 minutes, for a price of $20 one-way.The contest announced Monday marks the most concrete step Musk has taken to turn the multibillion-dollar Hyperloop into a reality.Two years ago, Musk said he couldn’t get involved in building the Hyperloop, due to the crush of his duties as CEO of SpaceX and Tesla Motors. Since then, several other groups have tried to push the concept forward. One venture, called Hyperloop Transportation Technologies, is working on a deal to build its own 5-mile test track in central California. Another startup, Hyperloop Technologies, is building hardware.Epic day! Building the hardware and tech to help make Hyperloop a reality. pic.twitter.com/NJtxFU0Ugf— HyperloopTech (@HyperloopTech) June 12, 2015″We are excited that a handful of private companies have chosen to pursue this effort,” SpaceX said in a statement. “Neither SpaceX nor Elon Musk is affiliated with any Hyperloop companies. While we are not developing a commercial Hyperloop ourselves, we are interested in helping to accelerate development of a functional Hyperloop prototype.”Hence the fast-track pod competition.SpaceX said the contest would be geared toward university students and independent engineering teams. Their task would be to design and build half-scale passenger pods, in accordance with design specifications that are to be released in August.Teams have to signal their formal intent to compete by Sept. 15. A “design weekend” would be held at Texas A&M University on Jan. 9, 2016. During that event, the teams’ proposed designs would be vetted by a panel of experts from SpaceX, Tesla and universities.The finished pods would be pitted against each other on the test track in June 2016. The track would be less than full scale, with an inner diameter of 4 to 5 feet (1 to 1.5 meters). No humans would be allowed on the pods during the competition, SpaceX said.”The knowledge gained here will continue to be open-sourced,” SpaceX said. “Break a pod!”SpaceX updated its Hyperloop Web site with information about the competition, and kicked its @Hyperloop Twitter account into gear on Monday.Word of the contest follows through on Musk’s musings about the Hyperloop in January, when he told attendees at the Texas Transportation Forum that he was thinking about building a test track. (At that event, however, Musk said the track would “most likely” be built in Texas.) He said a Hyperloop test program could be modeled after the Formula SAE student competition for automobile design.”People could compete, say, who could make the pod go the fastest, and maybe compete on other dimensions,” Musk said in January. “I think that could be pretty fun.” This story originally appeared on CNBC How Success Happens
Parents, stop beating yourself up Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Comments Share Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day Top ways to honor our heroes on Veterans Day Sponsored Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Top Stories Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Police recovered all 76 artifacts stolen from the museum by two masked robbers on Feb. 17, 2012. They were found buried in a field 3 kilometers (2 miles) from the museum on Friday.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Check your body, save your life ATHENS, Greece (AP) – Police say they have arrested three people in connection with an armed robbery that targeted the Archaeological Museum of Olympia, the birthplace of the ancient Olympics.The three men were arrested Friday in the western Greek city of Patras, close to Ancient Olympia.They were arrested after they tried to sell the most ancient of the antiquities, a golden seal-ring dating from the late Bronze Age, about 3,200 years ago, for an initial asking price of (EURO)1 million ($1.3 million).
Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall SANAA, Yemen (AP) — Shiite rebels and their allies in Yemen randomly shelled a town Sunday outside of Aden after losing control of some the port city’s neighborhoods, killing at least 45 people and wounding 120, officials said.The violence highlighted the bloody chaos of the civil war gripping the Arab world’s poorest country, which also has been the target of Saudi-led, U.S.-backed airstrikes since late March. Sunday night, anti-Houthi forces linked up in Tawahi from the north and south at the state television building, a Yemeni military official said. He claimed anti-Houthi forces fully controlled the area and said they were searching residences for rebels, some of whom had fled to nearby mountains.Witnesses and anti-Houthi forces said bodies littered the streets. Locals said loudspeakers were blaring in the streets urging the Houthis to surrender.In the city of Taiz, Yemen’s third largest, fighting raged on the ground, residents said, with a gas facility burning after it was hit. In the capital, Sanaa, satellite channel Ghazal said Houthi militias had stormed its building.The officials spoke on condition of anonymity as they weren’t authorized to speak to journalists, and the residents declined to be identified for fear of repercussions.The fighting in Yemen pits the Houthis and troops loyal to former President Ali Abdullah Saleh against southern separatists, local and tribal militias, Sunni Islamic militants and loyalists of exiled President Abed Rabbo Mansour Hadi, who is now based in Saudi Arabia.The rebels seized Sanaa in September. Fierce fighting in Aden broke in March, sparking the Saudi-led airstrikes. More than 3,000 people have been killed since, including more than 1,400 civilians, according to United Nations agencies. The shelling was intense in the neighborhood of Sharqiya, hundreds of meters from the post office.“It’s been one shell after the other since the morning,” said Arwa Mohammed, a resident of Sharqiya locked up in one room with her seven-member family for safety. “We are feeling the house is going to collapse over our head.”Anis Othman, a neighbor of Mohammed, also described a scene of pandemonium.“Balls of fire are falling over our heads amid the screams of children and women,” he said. “Why all that shelling? There are no weapons or fighters here. They (the rebels) want to terrorize us and drive us out. This is only rancor and hate.”Zeifullah al-Shami, a Houthi leader, denied targeting civilians in the shelling, saying his forces were engaging the rivals on the front lines.“This is part of the media deception,” he said. “We didn’t kill civilians.”However, the rebels had vowed to retaliate after losing ground in Aden. The rebels now are largely based in Aden’s western neighborhood of Tawahi, as well as bases east of Aden and in Lahj province, north of the city. Saudi-backed fighters also are advancing on a military air base in Lahj province. Top Stories Comments Share A leader with the Shiite rebels, known as Houthis, denied shelling Dar Saad, a town just north of Aden and long home to fighters resisting their advances. But Yemeni medical officials and a doctor with an international aid organization said the shelling clearly came from the north and east of Dar Saad — areas under rebel control.Aden, the scene of some of the war’s fiercest ground battles, saw Saudi-backed troops and fighters seize from the Houthis some of its neighborhoods and its international airport last week. Sunday’s shelling in Dar Saad appeared to be a way to both punish those resisting the Houthis, as well as halt the advance of their opponents.Yemeni medical and military officials said hundreds of residents fled Dar Saad amid the shelling as ambulance rushed through the streets, sirens wailing. They said the shelling killed at least 45 people and wounded 120, all believed to be civilians.The officials spoke on condition of anonymity as they weren’t authorized to brief journalists.Abdu Mohammed Madrabi, 65, said he was in line outside the post office to collect his pension when the shells hit, causing chaos. Madrabi, who was wounded in the neck, back and leg, said many private cars carried the wounded to hospitals because there weren’t enough ambulances. How do cataracts affect your vision? Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies The conflict has left 20 million Yemenis without access to safe drinking water and uprooted more than 1 million people from their homes, the U.N. has said.Hassan Boucenine, the head of Doctors Without Borders in Yemen, called the situation in Dar Saad “very, very difficult.” He said his medical facilities had received 50 wounded people and 25 corpses.“There will be more,” he said.___Associated Press writer Sarah El Deeb in Cairo contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Sponsored Stories Fighters against Shiite rebels known as Houthis gather at a street in the port city of Aden, Yemen, Thursday, July 16, 2015. 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I’m low key some trash fam .. it’s all Good https://t.co/v3QaCLWv6w— Tony Jefferson (@_tonyjefferson) December 21, 2016What rubs Jefferson the wrong way is not that Landon Collins of the Giants made the NFC Pro Bowl team as strong safety ahead of him. After all, Collins has an impressive 108 tackles, 13 passes defensed, five interceptions and a fumble recovery to his name.It’s that each team only selects one strong safety at all. Arizona Cardinals safety Tony Jefferson feels snubbed by the Pro Bowl.He wasn’t among the three Cardinals selected for the game, but not only that — Jefferson isn’t even an alternate.David Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald and Patrick Peterson are all headed to Orlando to play in the 2017 game if they choose thanks to voting from fans, players and coaches. Meanwhile, defensive tackle Calais Campbell, corner Marcus Cooper, guard Mike Iupati, linebacker Chandler Jones and special teamer Justin Bethel were selected as alternates. Teammate Earl Watford came to Jefferson’s defense on Twitter Tuesday after the rosters were announced for the 2017 game, and Jefferson didn’t hide his feelings. The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo How didn’t @_tonyjefferson make the probowl?!!— Earl Watford (@EWatts78) December 21, 2016 Comments Share Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires Arizona Cardinals’ Tony Jefferson (22) defends a pass to Carolina Panthers’ Greg Olsen (88) in the first half of an NFL football game in Charlotte, N.C., Sunday, Oct. 30, 2016. (AP Photo/Bob Leverone) 😢😢 I really watched the NFL network show…😂😂😂 like something was gonna change— Tony Jefferson (@_tonyjefferson) December 21, 2016 S/O to my teammates tho! Congrats muchoo love— Tony Jefferson (@_tonyjefferson) December 21, 2016In the midst of a sea of linebackers that lead the NFL in total tackles, Jefferson is tied for the 25th-most with 96 through 14 games. That’s fifth among safeties of both the free and strong varieties.Additionally, Jefferson has two sacks on the year, five passes defensed, two forced fumbles and two fumble recoveries in his best season yet, which also happens to be a contract year. Why is there only 1 Strong Safety on each team? #probowl 🤔 we are people too! HA— Tony Jefferson (@_tonyjefferson) December 21, 2016 Top Stories While the three Cardinals who made the Pro Bowl are warranted selections, Jefferson hasn’t been completely unnoticed, especially not in Arizona. Even NFL.com’s Gregg Rosenthal listed Jefferson as a sound Pro Bowl choice.While Rosenthal wasn’t listing the best or most obvious Pro Bowl picks, he did point out Jefferson’s strong year for a reason.The Cardinals have a ton of Pro Bowlers for a depressing five-win team. David Johnson, Larry Fitzgerald, Calais Campbell and Patrick Peterson come to mind first as near-locks. Jefferson also deserves a nod for a noisy season in which he’s always flying around the ball.Jefferson has legitimate complaints, but it seems he’s taking it all in stride. Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impact
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