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HC refuses to quash case against Navlakha

first_imgMumbai: The Bombay High Court on Friday refused to quash the case lodged against civil liberties activist Gautam Navlakha in the Koregaon-Bhima violence and for having alleged Maoist links, noting that there was prima facie substance in the case. “Considering the magnitude of the case, we feel a thorough investigation is required,” a division bench of Justices Ranjit More and Bharati Dangre said. The case is not without basis and absence of material,” it added. Also Read – Uddhav bats for ‘Sena CM’The bench dismissed the petition filed by Navlakha seeking to quash the FIR lodged against him by the Pune police in January 2018 after the Elgar Parishad held on December 31, 2017 that had allegedly triggered violence at Koregaon Bhima in Pune district the next day. The police had also alleged that Navlakha and other accused in the case had Maoist links and were working towards overthrowing the govt. “The offence is not limited to Koregaon-Bhima violence. There are many more facets to it. Hence, we feel investigation is required,” the court said. Also Read – Farooq demands unconditional release of all detainees in J&KAfter the bench pronounced its judgment, Navlakha’s counsel Yug Chaudhary sought an extension of the interim protection from arrest granted to Navlakha by the high court after he had filed the petition. The bench agreed and extended the protection from arrest to Navlakha for a period of three weeks to enable him to approach the Supreme Court in appeal against the HC order. Navlakha and the other accused were booked under the provisions of the Unlawful Activities Prevention Act (UAPA) and the Indian Penal Code. Navlakha’s lawyer Yug Chaudhary had argued that the activist was an author & a peace activist and was a specialist on conflict zones.last_img read more

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Woman charged with accessory to murder in triple homicide investigation

first_imgMIDDLESEX CENTRE, Ont. — Provincial police say a woman has been arrested in connection to the deaths of three people from the Six Nations of the Grand River in southwestern Ontario.Police say the three bodies were discovered earlier this month, along with an abandoned pickup truck, in a privately owned field in Middlesex Centre, Ont.They say a 36-year-old woman from Six Nations of the Grand River has been charged with three counts of accessory after the fact to murder.Police have said Melissa Trudy Miller, 37, Alan Grant Porter, 33, and Michael Shane Jamieson, 32, were a close-knit trio.Miller’s brother has said his sister was seven months pregnant with a baby boy at the time of her death.Police have not disclosed the time, location, or cause of death for the three victims and they say the investigation continues. The Canadian Presslast_img read more

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OGC says natural gas well located north of FSJ has been capped

first_imgFORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The B.C. Oil and Gas Commission says the natural gas well that blew-out, north of Fort St. John, has now been successfully capped.Saguaro Resources experienced a natural gas well blow-out, on December 29, at a remote site approximately 180 kms north of Fort St. John.The incident occurred at 10:15 p.m. (MST) on Dec. 29, 2018 and there were no injuries. The Commission opened its Emergency Operations Centre (EOC) overnight and had dispatched two operations officers to the site. All other wells on the site were shut in as a precaution and the site was evacuated.An emergency response zone was established with roadblocks set up and air monitoring in place.OGC says the well has since been capped on December 31, which concluded the incident.However, the investigation continues and the company is fully cooperating with the Commission.last_img read more

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Young Moroccan Creates New Social Photo Sharing Application

Rabat – Redouane Abbad, a young Moroccan, created Groupr, a social photo sharing application that enables its users to create groups in order to access and share their photos instantly without being connected outside of the app.London-born Moroccan Abbad aims to break the social norm of sharing photos via personal social media accounts, email or phone number by simply using a Groupr code. This allows a group of people to generate a unique code for the sole purpose of sharing photos.“The aim of creating the app was [to address] a need that I had and the lack of viable options available. I was a little frustrated that even though we have all these photo-sharing medians, they all took the hassle of being ‘connected’ for granted. Therefore, I thought, if they cannot do it, then I can,” he told MWN. The CEO of Groupr explained how the idea came to him while he was on a vacation with his friends. They began asking each other to share their photos in a complicated way.“During a holiday with my friends, I overheard them requesting… once they return to their homes [that] they…share Dropbox links of photos that have been taken. This made no sense to me to ask all of them about their information, email addresses and Facebook friend requests. Thus, I figured it out easily by creating Groupr.”Groupr offers the accessibility of sharing photos simply by typing a unique code for each group. The code can easily be shared verbally or in its written form, making it ideal for large gatherings and events. Users can add themselves to groups without the delay of a required request approval from others.The 28-year-old Tangier native Abbad revealed that he has a genuine interest in the financial markets but has always had the desire to work as his own boss. He studied economics and finance and currently works in the investment management industry.Edited by Kelsey Fish read more

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Foreign Currency Reserves Fell by 14.6% Compared to 2016: Bank Al…

Rabat – Net international reserves amounted to MAD 205.9 billion as of June 30, 2017, down 14.6 percent from the same period a year earlier, according to Bank Al Maghrib (BAM).From one week to the next, foreign currency reserves declined by 0.8 percent, says BAM, which recently published its weekly indicators of the week from June 29 to July 5, 2017.During this period, the total amount of BAM’s interventions amounted to MAD 68.3 billion, 63.1 billion of which was injected in the form of seven-day advances on invitation to tender. An amount of 4.5 billion was granted under the support program for the financing of the SMEs, reports Maghreb Arab Press. The Moroccan Central Bank carried out 24-hour advances with a total amount of MAD 696 million. The interbank rate stood at 2.33 percent, while trade volume fell from MAD 8.4 to 5.4 billion, BAM said.At the July 5 call for tenders, Bank Al-Maghrib injected MAD 62 billion in seven-day advances.On the stock market, the Moroccan All Shares Index rose 0.5 percent, bringing its performance to 4 percent since the beginning of the year, according to the central bank, which explains this development mainly by increases in the sectoral indices of agri-food activities by 5.9 percent, construction and building materials by 1.3 percent, and oil and gas by 4.5 percent.On the other hand, the value of the telecommunications sector index decreased by 1.4 percent, adds the same source.Transactions rose to MAD 1.5 billion after recording MAD 820.5 million a week before, totaling a MAD 940.8 million increase that was realized on the central equity market. Regarding the pace of growth of M3, last May saw an increase of 0.1 percent, mainly reflecting the 0.4 percent increase in bank credit, BAM said.The central bank also noted that international reserves fell by 6.1 percent while net receivables declined by 3.7 percent. In the same week, the dirham appreciated by 0.16 percent against the euro and depreciated by 0.25 percent against the dollar, BAM notes. read more

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Discover your library

Brock students and staff are invited to learn more about the services and resources of the James A. Gibson Library in a new workshop being offered this month.The Brock community can learn about how to use the library’s 3D printers, discover rare books, harness the expertise of a personal librarian and enrich the learning experience at Brock.Registration is now open at ExperienceBU and attendees will receive credit towards the CWC Personal Growth Domain.

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VIDEO Macedonian derby in 100 seconds

The first clash of the biggest rivals – Macedonian teams RK Vardar and RK Metalurg have been seen at the final of Struga 2014 tournament last weekend. Current champion RK Metalurg beat RK Vardar 25:19 (12:8) without most of the major players as Mojsovski, Stanic and Mirkulovski. Metalurg’s coach Lino Červar made the strong-line up from the younger players who came in the last few months to Skopje…Let’s see work of RK Metalurg TV… ← Previous Story VIDEO: DHB Super Cup 2014 in 60 seconds Next Story → Milorad Krivokapic targeted by RK Vojvodina Novi Sad Handball MacedoniaRK MetalurgRK Vardar read more

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Skjern and Nykobing win Danish Super Cup

← Previous Story Heidi Loke to practice with men’s team Sanderfjord Next Story → SEHA GAZPROM LEAGUE: Buzzer-beater crush of Meshkov in Presov Skjern Handbold won Danish Super Cup. The team reinforced by one of the best left wings in world of handball, Anders Eggert, smashed the biggest rival – reigning Danish champions Aalborg 28:17 (13:10) for the first trophy in the season.Skjern – Aalborg 28-17 (13-10)Skjern:  Anders Eggert 8, Markus Olsson 4, Jesper Konradsson 4, Bjarte Myrhol 3, René Rasmussen 3, Tandri Már Konráðsson 2, Cornelius Kragh Aastrup 2, Christoffer Cichosz 1, Jonathan Stenbäcken 1Aalborg: Buster Juul 4, Patrick Wiesmach 3, Jesper Meinby Pedersen 3, Janus Smaráson 2, Sebastian Barthold 2, Simon Hald Jensen 1, Andreas Holst Jensen 1, Tobias Ellebæk 1Women’s Super Cup won Nykøbing Falster Håndboldklub.Randers –Nykøbing Falster Håndboldklub  23-30 (15-16)Randers: Mari Kristine Søbstad Molid 6, Maria Fisker 6, Gitte Andersen 3, Clara Monti Danielsson 2, Anne Sofie Hjort Nielsen 2, Camilla Dalby 2, Sara Johansson 1, Frederikke Gulmark 1Nykøbing Falster Håndboldklub: Johanna Westberg 11, Kristina Kristiansen 9, Sarah Iversen 4, Celine Lundbye Kristiansen 3, Emelie Westberg 1, Ayaka Ikehara 1, Lærke Nolsøe Pedersen 1 read more

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iOS inapp purchase hack nabs free content on nonjailbroken devices

first_imgOne reason Apple has never been to keen on the jailbreaking community is that there are always some folks out there that unlock their device in order to circumvent the App Store and install pirated apps. Some have also used jailbreaking as a way to avoid paying for in-app purchases while still downloading the additional content. Now it turns out that there’s another way to do that — without jailbreaking.It’s a more complex process than the average iOS user would be inclined to undertake, and it involves accepting a certificate from a Russian developer’s server (which is not something security experts generally advise doing) and modifying DNS records under Wi-Fi settings on the target iOS device. Following the steps basically creates an in-app purchase proxy and allows content to be downloaded without a valid receipt from Apple. Unsurprisingly, the developer’s server has already buckled under the additional traffic it received in the hours following the hack’s publication.The hack wasn’t 100% effective, however. Many users reported that it didn’t work in certain apps, which might have something to do with Apple’s iOS purchasing APIs. Apple has always provided a way for app publishers to validate digital receipts. However, it appears as though the decision to implement validation is left up to developers and is not yet mandated by Apple. That may change in the wake of this highly-publicized hack, of course.If this turns out to be the case, it seems strange that Apple hasn’t required receipt validation for in-app purchases all along. After all, it’s not just developers and publishers who lose out when paid content is downloaded for free. Apple misses out on its 30% cut, too.More at 9to5 Maclast_img read more

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Government waives penalties for underpaying social care staff on sleepin shifts

first_imgThe government has waived financial penalties for employers in the social care sector that relate to the underpayment of staff during sleep-in shifts up to 26 July 2017.A sleep-in shift is when an employee completes an overnight shift where they have to be on the employer’s premises, for example a social care worker staying overnight in a residential care home. HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) has been investigating employers in the social care sector for underpaying employees for these shifts.HMRC will also suspend enforcement activity relating to underpayment for sleep-in shifts in the social care sector. This will apply until 2 October 2017.Any employer that underpays their staff for sleep-in shifts in the future will be liable to pay financial penalties of 200% of the arrears found.During the suspension period, the government will work with social care providers to see how any potential impact on the provision of social care as a result of HMRC investigations can be minimised.Through these measures, the government aims to ease the financial strain on social care providers. The government believes that the cumulative cost of both enforcement penalties and wage arrears could pose financial challenges for employers in this sector, which could lead to some being unable to reimburse underpaid staff.National minimum wage guidelines state that employees who are found to be working, even if they are asleep, are still entitled to the minimum wage for the entire time they are at work. This would apply if there is a statutory requirement for an employee to be present, or they would face disciplinary action if they left the workplace. However, payment of the minimum wage is dependent on the situation and the nature of work-related obligations which the employee has while asleep. For example, where an employee is only available for work and is permitted to sleep, and suitable sleeping facilities are provided at the workplace, then the employee would only be paid for the times they are awake for the purpose of working.The government conceded that guidance that featured on its website before 27 February 2015 was potentially misleading about the circumstances when employees should receive the national minimum wage when they are permitted to sleep.Rehana Azam, national secretary for public services at trade union GMB, said: “Not only is this ridiculous, it’s reckless. This kind of deregulation will cause suffering for both service users and staff. GMB and others have long campaigned for fair funding and highlighted how this government had longed papered over the cracks.“This announcement shows the sector is not in a crisis; it has already broken down and desperately needs additional funding. However the underpayment of the minimum wage in the care sector is not the answer, it is a national scandal. Employers may feel emboldened to break the law again in the future.“GMB urges the government to rethink their ill-judged decision, because it’s service users and staff who will carry burden and feel the impact of the loosening of regulations in the care sector.”Derek Lewis, chairman at the Royal Mencap Society, added: “As the government well knows, the critical issue for providers of vital sleep-in care for those with serious learning disabilities, is the unfunded liability for six years’ of back pay. This arises out of the government’s change in guidance on the application of the national living wage, coupled with aggressive HMRC enforcement action.“The announcement of a brief two-month stay in enforcement action is welcome, as is the assurance that penalties will not be levied on top of the back-pay liability but neither addresses the catastrophic impact of the £400 million back pay bill across the sector on providers, people with learning disabilities and care workers in one of the most vulnerable sectors of society.“Employers are keen to fulfil their responsibilities to employees. But if the government changes the rules on how sleep-in payments should be paid it must expect to have to pay for the changes. We reiterate our call to government to accept its responsibility and make an urgent commitment to fund the back-pay bill, for the sake of those vulnerable people who depend on this care and for the dedicated people who provide that care. Time is running out.”last_img read more

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OutofPocket Costs for Military Housing to Rise Slightly in 2016

first_img Dan Cohen AUTHOR Service members will pay a little more of their housing costs in 2016 under the fiscal 2016 defense authorization bill, which calls for out-of-pocket costs to rise by one percentage point a year until they reach 5 percent in 2019.As a result, personnel will pay 2 percent of their rental and utility costs out-of-pocket next year. The basic allowance for housing (BAH) only covers 99 percent of housing costs this year due to a compromise reached in the FY 2015 authorization bill.Monthly out-of-pocket costs in 2016 will range from $24 to $57 depending on grade and dependency status, according to a DOD press release. Overall, BAH rates will increase an average of 3.4 percent, or $54 per month, starting Jan. 1. The Pentagon calculates BAH rates annually based on data — covering rents and utilities — collected from more than 300 U.S. housing locations.Rate increases are significant in many of the locations experiencing rate hikes. The largest gains are in Boston, 13.9 percent; Vallejo, Calif., 13.5 percent; Seattle, 13.3 percent; Long Island, N.Y., 13 percent; and Pittsburgh, 12.8 percent.Rates varied greatly across the nation. An officer with a one-star general rank or above living with children in San Francisco would receive the largest housing allowance in 2016, $5,949 a month. A one-star general or above serving at White Sands Missile Range in Las Cruces, N.M., would receive a BAH of only $1,470, reported Stars and Stripes.For enlisted members, an airman or private with children living in San Francisco would receive $4,004 a month; the equivalent airman or private assigned to Fort Chaffee, Ark., would receive only $774 a month.DOD will pay an estimated $21 billion in housing benefits to about 1 million service members in 2016.last_img read more

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Klipsch debuts true wireless earphones ahead of CES 2019

first_img CES 2019 Enlarge ImageThe T5 True Wireless ship this spring for around $200. Klipsch With Apple’s AirPods dominating the wireless headphone market, we’re expecting to see a slew of new totally wireless headphones hit in 2019. Even Klipsch has a new pair of cord-free earphones, the T5 True Wireless, which will arrive in stores this spring with a price tag of around $200.  The earphones are part of Klipsch’s new line of T5 in-ear headphones that will make their debut at CES in Las Vegas next week. Klipsch provided scant details for the launch, but did say there are four models in the line — three wireless and one wired — with prices ranging from $59-$199. No international pricing has been announced yet. “Each model features the brand’s patented oval ear tips for ultimate comfort and an excellent seal for noise isolation and improved bass,” Klipsch says. We’ll update this post with additional specs as soon as we have more info. Hopefully, we’ll get a chance to go hands-on with the T5 True Wireless at CES. Preview • What it’s like to live with AirPods Headphones CES 2019: See all of CNET’s coverage of the year’s biggest tech show. CES schedule: It’s six days of jam-packed events. Here’s what to expect. Mentioned Above Apple AirPods reading • Klipsch debuts true wireless earphones ahead of CES 2019 • Review • Apple AirPods updated review: Getting better with age Apple See It $138 News • Apple AirPods 2 deal: $139.99 (save $19) CNET may get a commission from retail offers. Walmart Sep 1 • iPhone 11, Apple Watch 5 and more: The final rumors How To • 17 tricks to help you get the most out of your Apple AirPods $159 See it Monoprice See It 1:07 Apple AirPods Aug 31 • Your phone screen is gross. Here’s how to clean it Apple Aug 31 • Best places to sell your used electronics in 2019 Share your voice See All Some of the most anticipated tech for 2019 Aug 31 • iPhone XR vs. iPhone 8 Plus: Which iPhone should you buy? Now playing: Watch this: 1 Comment $184 Tagslast_img read more

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Mount Pleasant Ice Arena Skate with Santa

first_imgMayor Stephanie Rawlings- Blake and Santa Claus welcome all youth in Baltimore to “Skate with Santa” on Dec. 19 from 3 p.m to 5 p.m at Mount Pleasant Ice Arena, 601 Hillen Road, Baltimore, Maryland 21239.last_img

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Horses on the go

first_imgVisitors of United art Fair will witness some fine Aiyannar terracota art. The ancient art of making art pieces by moulding and baking unglzed clay, which is limited to a few artists in country will be on display. Magnificent figures of horses  that were worshiped as protective dieties in Tamil Nadu will be a part of the exhibition. These horses are upto six meters in height, accessorised with bells, mirrors, grotesque faces and crocodiles among other regional variations. The style of the horses vary from area to area; some are more realistic or more abstract but they are all complete with harness and reins. The form of these terracotta horses were found at Aiyanar shrines in Salem and Pudukottai districts was noted in 1909. The curator of this show Garima Jain is a young facilitator for art projects and promoter of contemporary Indian Art and Craft. The pieces are on display to promote and support dying art of terracota. The pieces will be on display at Pragati Maidan during the fair.last_img read more

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Coffee klatching in the cafetal

first_imgIt was cold at 6 a.m. in the foothills of the Poás Volcano, and when Joaquin and Marvin arrived to pick coffee, they did so in sleeved sweathirts andcampesino hats. Their clothes are for protection as well as warmth. Coffee branches are scratchy and are sometimes home to ants and bugs that bite. Each man carried a heavy wicker basket, which is tied in place with a belt leaving hands free to pick. An hour later, more pickers arrived. Alba, her daughter-in-law and their dog were followed by Isabel, her daughter and her 3-year-old grandson and his toy truck. The women get a little housework in before heading for the cafetal. Soon there were dozen  pickers, men and women, all neighbors. Three young Ticas looking stylish in improvised picking outfits and carrying baskets called over as they passed on their way to another farm. “¿Como le iba? “ (How’s it going?).  “En la lucha” ( In the struggle), Alba called back, and everyone laughed. Today Joaquin, Marvin and the others will finish up early when Enrique comes with the tractor to haul the day’s take to the recibo, or receiving depot, down the road. They’ll be back in a week or two when the green ones are ripe, and tomorrow they will pick down at Pancho’s where the crop is at its peak.Ticos are bringing in the year’s coffee crop.  Picking coffee is heavy work, a cajuela size basket weighs about 30 pounds when it is full and the beans are dusty and oozing from the inner moist part. The ground is muddy and the slope is steep. But it’s also fun and for housewives, retired workers, part time workers and students.  “We talk all day long,” said one picker. They move along the rows of trees, one on each side, singing and helping each other with the harvest.“Look at my guapile!” Someone holds up a double berry bean which represents good luck. Stories are swapped. Jokes are told. Hands help pour coffee from baskets into sacks. And at the end of the day they get paid. ₡1,200 a cajuela this year.  An experienced picker or a family working together can pick 10 cajuelas a day.Although the harvest goes on almost all year, it varies with location. In Pérez Zeledón and Turrialba it starts in July,  in higher altitudes of Alajuela and Heredia it reaches its peak in November, but the picking season can stretch out to March.About 70,000 temporary workers are needed to pick all this coffee, and 40,000 are Ticos. Most of the others come from Nicaragua and Panama. The harvest is down this year for the second year in a row, explained Alexis Rojas at the Institute of Coffee, known as ICAFE. “Coffee trees produce in three year cycles, and this year’s crop is at the bottom of the cycle,” she said.Coffee rust, or royo – a spore spreading disease – has hit every area of Costa Rica, so the downtrend is expected to affect the 2014-15 crop as well. The fungus can be controlled by fumigation and pruning the trees. But coffee is sensitive and once the rust takes hold, it creates bright yellow spots on the underside of the leaves and kills the plants. There are also snails and parasitic vines that can choke a tree. Old branches are pruned back each year and new shoots pulled off to leave only a few to grow strong.The Institute of Coffee has a research and development section, which develops new strains of trees to make them more resistent, is working with plants from Brazil, which will be tested in different parts of Costa Rica for growth, production and resistance to diseases.  It will be a a few years, however, before these are ready for farming.Back at the plantation, two coffee growers who shall remain anonymous were grumbling about this year’s crop. After paying for fertilizer, sprays, workers and diesel for trucks and tractors, there isn’t much left for the farmer.  “Let’s take out the coffee and plant marijuana,” said one.  The other agreed. “It pays better and there are no expenses.” They were joking, of course.Gracias to Alex Rojas and Fabian Echeverria of the Instituto de Café for information on the coffee harvest. Facebook Comments No related posts.last_img read more

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Bomb damages car in Limassol updated

first_imgA bomb explosion early on Saturday damaged a car belonging to a 57-year-old Limassol woman, police said.The blast was recorded at 6.38am. The car, which was used by the woman’s son, 30, was parked outside her home in the Omonia area.A second unexploded device was found on the veranda.Police believe the target was the 57-year-old’s son with whom police had dealt with in the past in connection “with very serious criminal cases.”Limassol CID chief Ioannis Soteriades said the perpetrator was recorded by security cameras arriving at the scene on a scooter, wearing a helmet.He hurled the first device at the entrance of the house and after it failed to explode he returned with a second one which he placed in the front of the car.Bomb squad officers disarmed the first device and were now examining it for prints and genetic material that could lead them to the perpetrator.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementAdd This One Thing To Your Dog’s Food To Help Them Be HealthierUltimate Pet Nutrition Nutra Thrive SupplementUndo Concern over falling tourism numbersUndoTurkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoOur View: Argaka mukhtar should not act as if he owns the beachUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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Yearly cleanup attracted more people than ever

first_imgThe yearly clean-up event of ‘Let’s do it Cyprus’ attracted more people than ever, organisers said on Monday.While more than 46,000 volunteered in the campaign in April 2018, by Friday this year more than 47,500 people had signed up.The main event of the campaign kicked of islandwide on Sunday, but some teams are still collecting garbage.“We have yet to record the volume of rubbish gathered, as teams are constantly sending in their data,” Athina Kanari, speaking for the organisers, said.Cyprus intends to remove as much rubbish as possible from the countryside as part of the global campaign Let’s Do It World, which apart from collecting waste aims at raising public awareness on issues related to the protection, conservation and sustainable management of land and water.The campaign, which started in Estonia in 2008, is the largest volunteer programme organised worldwide, and Cyprus has been part of it since 2012.The more than 46,000 volunteers who participated last year made Cyprus one of six countries out of 120 taking part where more than 5 per cent of the population registered.During the 2018 event volunteers were divided into more than 500 teams which collected a total of 4,456 bags of mixed garbage weighing 31,194 kilos and 2,661 bags of PMD recyclable waste weighing 18,627 kilos.You May LikePopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoYahoo SearchYou’ve Never Seen Luxury Like This On A Cruise Ship. Search Luxury Mediterranean CruisesYahoo SearchUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoCruise passenger airlifted to Paphos hospitalUndoRemand for pair in alleged property fraud (Updated)Undoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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