Story Corner



Students from Moore, Scanlan and Cathedral high schools gather with Sue Baer, Port Authority of NY/NJ's Deputy Director of Aviation and a central figure in the book, Reclaiming the Sky, at the conclusion of the "pilot" phase of the program.

Welcome to our Story Corner - we invite participants in the "Everyday Giver" program to share their thoughts and impressions as they progress through the program.

All you need to do is enter your name and your school, answer the question below - then hit submit. (You may use your first name and last name initial if you'd like.)

Instantly, your entry will appear atop the list!

Special thanks to our four leadership schools (click to filter stories by school):



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Name:
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MooreCatholic
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What has the government said on climate change?
When the crisis escalated in New South Wales (NSW) last month, Mr Morrison refused to be drawn on questions about climate change - saying his "only thoughts" were with people affected by the fires.

Deputy PM Michael McCormack rejected such questions as the concerns of "raving inner-city lefties", adding: "We've had fires in Australia since time began."

More recently, Mr Morrison has acknowledged climate change as one of "many other factors" in fuelling the bushfires.


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Warning: This story contains images of dead and dissected eagles

Few symbols are as potent as the American eagle.

This magnificent bird of prey is the country's national bird, and a powerful emblem of freedom found on everything from military flags to the dollar bill.


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37061
Name:
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MooreCatholic
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Australia has spent months in the grip of a bushfire emergency, as vast areas of the nation continue to burn.

Since September, blazes in eastern Australia have killed six people, destroyed more than 700 homes and blanketed towns and cities in smoke.

As the crisis rolls on, many Australians have raised concerns about the impacts of climate change in exacerbating fires.

Prime Minister Scott Morrison and his opponents have faced a mounting backlash over their climate policies.


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37059
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MooreCatholic
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What will happen in the Senate?
The Senate is expected to hold a trial next month on the charges and acquit the president.

Republicans who hold sway in the chamber appear to favour a quick vote, limiting political fanfare.

Mr Trump has indicated he would like to see witnesses called such as Joe Biden and his son, Hunter, who worked for a Ukrainian gas firm that the US president wanted investigated.


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A US House of Representatives panel is expected to approve impeachment charges against President Donald Trump later in a historic day at the Capitol.

The judiciary committee is debating two articles of impeachment alleging abuse of power and obstruction of Congress.

A full vote by the Democratic-run House next week will likely make him the third US president ever impeached.

But the Senate, controlled by Mr Trump's fellow Republicans, is not expected to remove him from office.

"No crime!" the US president said on Twitter early on Thursday.


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37057
Name:
amendment
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MooreCatholic
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What is being said in the debate?
Day two of the judiciary committee's marathon session saw Jim Jordan, an Ohio Republican, try to have the first impeachment charge against Mr Trump deleted.

But his amendment was rejected after hours of debate on a 23-17 party-line vote.

"This notion of abuse of power is the lowest of low-energy impeachment theories," said Matt Gaetz, a Florida Republican, whose own proposed amendment was also defeated.

But Democrats rebuked Republicans for their loyalty to Mr Trump.


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Ms Taveras was crowned in 2018 and went on to compete in Miss America, making the top five.

One of the most challenging decisions she had to make was a seemingly small one - how to wear her hair.

"I remember the war of straight vs curly," she said, "It was so bad."

"I was afraid to wear my hair curly because I knew it didn't fit the European standard of beauty."


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'Nobody was mixing up the blondes'
"My year was one of the largest groups of women of colour competing in Miss America," Ms Taveras said. "When you consider the history, just to be in that position is amazing."

But that led to it's own challenges. Ms Taveras said people would often mix up the contestants who were black.


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37050
Name:
Zozibin
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MooreCatholic
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zx582c14@naver.com
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When Zozibini Tunzi of South Africa was crowned Miss Universe on Sunday, it marked the first time black women have simultaneously held the top titles of four major beauty pageants.

Media outlets jumped on the news and many on social media celebrated.

Some said that Ms Tunzi, Cheslie Kryst (Miss USA), Kaliegh Garris (Miss Teen USA) and Nia Franklin (Miss America) represent a new age for beauty pageants, one of diversity and inclusion. Ms Tunzi has been especially praised, with her dark black skin and short natural hair.


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37049
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MooreCatholic
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Film mogul Harvey Weinstein has reached a tentative $25m (£19m) settlement with dozens of women who have accused him of sexual misconduct, lawyers have said.

Some 30 actresses and ex-employees would share the payout in the deal.

However, it still needs signing off by all parties, Mr Weinstein's lawyers have not commented and some say the deal will punish those holding out.

Mr Weinstein faces a separate criminal trial next month on rape and sexual assault charges, which he denies.

The Hollywood producer could face life in jail if convicted.


Entry Num:
37048
Name:
charges
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MooreCatholic
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What will Mr Weinstein face trial for?
Mr Weinstein's criminal trial is set to begin on 6 January in Manhattan.

He is accused of raping a woman in a hotel room in the New York borough in 2013, and of performing a forcible sex act on a second woman in 2006.

He denies the charges.

He also pleaded not guilty in August to two additional charges of predatory sexual assault over an alleged rape in 1993, although these cannot be prosecuted because of time limits.


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37047
Name:
alleged
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MooreCatholic
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What has the reaction been?
It has certainly been mixed.

Genie Harrison, a lawyer for one of the plaintiffs, told the New York Times: "I don't think there's a markedly better deal to be made."

She said other alleged victims who hold out could end up with nothing, and that they should "come forward and be able to get the best level of compensation we were able to get".

One plaintiff backing the deal, Louisette Geiss, told Associated Press (AP) news agency: "This settlement will ensure that all survivors have the chance for recovery and can move forward without Harvey's damaging lock on their careers."


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37039
Name:
Muslim
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MooreCatholic
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Tamil film superstar-turned-politician Kamal Haasan asked why the same courtesy was not being extended to Sri Lankan migrants from minority communities.

In parliament as well, a number of opposition parties and politicians have raised similar concerns.

Prominent Muslim MP Asaddudin Owaisi said it was "worse than Hitler's laws and a conspiracy to make Muslims stateless".


Entry Num:
37037
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MooreCatholic
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India's parliament has approved a bill that grants citizenship to non-Muslim illegal immigrants from Afghanistan, Bangladesh and Pakistan.

The bill passed the upper house of parliament by 125 votes to 105. It had already cleared the lower house.

The news came as protests against the bill raged in north-eastern states bordering Bangladesh. Troops were deployed in Tripura and police battled protesters in Assam's capital Guwahati.


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37036
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One Australian patient is being transported home by air ambulance, with others set to follow over the next 24-48 hours so they can be cared for nearer their families.

Local media has reported only five to 10 people donate skin in New Zealand each year.

And since each adult has about two sq m (22 sq ft) of skin, doctors have requested 120 sq m (1,300 sq ft) of skin from the US, where there are more tissue banks.

An initial skin graft normally lasts a couple of weeks. The idea is the body can begin to repair itself, but replacement grafts are often needed.


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37035
Name:
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MooreCatholic
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cx58c2r8@naver.com
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Israel will hold its third general election in less than a year after a deadline was missed for any lawmaker to form a majority coalition.

MPs are now expected to set the election date for 2 March.

Ahead of the midnight (22:00 GMT) deadline, they gave initial approval to a bill to dissolve parliament.

Both Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu and his main rival, Benny Gantz, failed in their own attempts following September's inconclusive election.

The two leaders also could not agree on a power-sharing arrangement.


Entry Num:
37034
Name:
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Doctors treating the victims of the New Zealand volcano are importing skin to treat those burned in the eruption.

It is part of the intense medical response to treat those caught up in the disaster.

When someone has a burn injury, skin is used as a "natural plaster" to help healing. It helps stop infections and reduces scarring and pain.

Doctors take skin from another part of the body, such as the thigh or behind the ear, but donated skin is used if that is not possible.


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37033
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On Tuesday night, Mr Netanyahu and Mr Gantz reiterated that they were willing to form a national unity government and avoid another election.

Mr Gantz said his party was making "efforts to find a way to form a government without us giving up the fundamental principles that brought us into politics".

Mr Netanyahu told his rival: "After 80 days, it's time that for one day, for the citizens of Israel, we sit and have a serious discussion about forming a broad unity government. It's not too late."


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"All those countries are here making declarations about cutting emissions, Ecuador and Peru are making declarations about protecting the Amazon but what we are seeing is a whole different plan to expand extraction, there's a gap between what countries are committing too and what they are actually planning to do in terms of fossil fuel expansion."

Indigenous leaders here are pressing for a moratorium on drilling - they say the oil should stay in the ground.

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A military plane with 38 on board has disappeared en route to Antarctica, Chile's air force says in a statement.

The C-130 Hercules transport aircraft took off from Punta Arenas at 16:55 local time (19:55 GMT), and operators lost contact soon after 18:00 (21:00).

Among the missing are 17 crew members and 21 passengers, who were travelling to provide logistical support.

Chile's air force said a search and rescue operation is under way to recover the plane and those missing.


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37020
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A report presented at COP25 says that plans are in place for a huge expansion of oil drilling in the upper Amazon.

The analysis says that Ecuador and Peru are set to sanction oil extraction across an area of forest the size of Italy.

Indigenous leaders from both countries have travelled to Madrid to urge a moratorium on using the oil.

They say using the five billion barrels under the forest would harm the region and the world.


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37018
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The Ovation of the Seas - passengers are in mourning
It was meant to be just another cruise journey around New Zealand.

But for some on the Ovation of the Seas - it would turn out to be anything but.

The Royal Caribbean cruise ship had been docked at Tauranga, a coastal city near White Island.

Many of the ship's passengers were on board when the captain announced that several from the ship had made the trip to White Island - and were there when it erupted.


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37017
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'Possible that not all patients will survive'
Ministry of Health spokesman Pete Watson said earlier on Tuesday that 27 people suffered burns to more than 30% of their body.

Others suffered inhalation burns.

Mr Watson said all patients were receiving care at the highest level but that it was possible that "not all" of them would survive.

He added that the burns unit at Middlemore Hospital in Auckland had received "a year's worth of work in one day".


Entry Num:
37016
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Statement from the island's owners
Local media are widely quoting a statement put out by the island's owners the Whakaari Management Ltd. In it they say: "We are all shocked by what has occurred on Whakaari yesterday and our thoughts are with everyone affected by this tragedy."

The volcano is unusual for being privately owned. Decades ago the government tried to buy it from the Buttle family, but in the end reached an agreement that the site would become a scenic reserve.


Entry Num:
37015
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Ecuador
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MooreCatholic
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Ecuador is due to leave the OPEC oil consortium in 2020, allowing it to boost its oil production. The country is also under pressure from China to supply oil because of financial debts.

"There's about $14bn that Ecuador owes China right now and that's a big part of the drive to expand production and look for new oil," said Kevin Koenig, from Amazon Watch who authored the report.

"In addition there are about $6bn in hidden debt in these oil for loan deals between PetroChina and Petroecuador which Ecuador is paying in barrels of oil."


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37014
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MooreCatholic
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Tourism on White Island
An estimated 10,000 people visit White Island, or Whakaari, each year according to Newshub.

Vessels often dock on the eastern side of the island and tourists walk from the beach to the centre of the active volcano where they then stand on the crater's edge. Here are some visitors that have made the journey to the island over the years.

But there are now some expressing concerns about the wisdom of active volcano tourism - albeit others saying it could be managed safely.


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The question of loss and damage sees developing countries looking for a new facility in the UN talks that would deal with the impacts of events like sea level rise or major storms that have a climate component.

They argue that the poorest are the ones feeling the impacts of a climate they didn't create.

Rich countries have long resisted the idea feeling they will be on the hook for billions of dollars for centuries to come.

Up to now these discussions have been led by civil servants, but the arrival of ministers will likely clarify if both can be resolved by political horse trading.

It's possible that a compromise could be arrived at that would see both issues resolved here. Or not!


Entry Num:
36308
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Article 6 of the Paris climate agreement deals with the trading of emissions reductions credits that might arise from a country beating its own pledges or from a public or private initiative that cut emissions, such as a renewable energy plant or the restoration of a forest.

Here in Madrid, as last year in Katowice, countries are struggling to agree the rules of how these markets would work.

A number of countries including Brazil want to carry over credits that were created under previous versions of this scheme.

The worry is that many of these historical credits are not real reductions.

If they are used by countries to meet part or all of their pledges they simply dilute real efforts to cut carbon.


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While the interventions of Michael Bloomberg and Great Thunberg will likely gain headlines, there is still uncertainty over whether a final decision can be taken here that will be ambitious and set out a clear timeline for countries to get their pledges on the table ahead of COP26 in Glasgow in November 2020.

There is hope that a large number of countries will sign up to long term net-zero emissions targets, and if that happens it will be significant progress.

But many eyes here will be closely watching Brussels this week where the new EU commission is due to present a European Green Deal.

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36285
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There is frustration that countries are focussing on trying to get advantages in the talks, instead of working together to increase ambition.

"The Paris agreement is clear: all countries agreed to deliver new climate targets by 2020, and as the recent UNEP emissions gap report made clear, the onus is on the top 10 polluters to deliver," said Laurence Tubiana, one of the key architects of the Paris agreement, now with the European Climate Foundation.

"I know leaders in Brussels, Delhi, Beijing, Tokyo and Ottawa care about global action, but we need them to deliver this week. We need their leadership to deliver on their Paris commitments."

As well as the pre-2020 question, the talks are stuck on two tricky, technical issues - one about the question of loss and damage, the other about carbon markets.


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36277
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Five people in Indonesia have been arrested for poaching after authorities found the skin of a protected Sumatran tiger and four foetuses in a jar.

Sumatran tigers are critically endangered, with fewer than 400 believed to be left in the wild.

It's not clear if the foetuses were taken from the adult tiger whose skin was taken.

Tiger cubs are born blind and are totally dependent on their mother for the first few months of their lives.

An official from the Environment and Forestry Ministry said the suspects, from Riau province, were arrested after police received a tip-off.

Two suspects are believed to have been acting as sellers. They face a maximum of five years in prison and a fine of 100 million rupiah ($7100; £5403).


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Back in 2015, everyone signed up to the Paris agreement and put new plans on the table that are due to run from 2020.

However the richer countries were supposed to undertake specific carbon cutting actions in the years between 2015 and 2020, which many haven't yet achieved.

Here in Madrid a group of countries including China, India and Saudi Arabia are pushing for these pre-2020 commitments be adhered to - even if it means achieving them post-2020.


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Russia has become the master of denial in recent years. From military incursions to hacking to assassinations, the Kremlin has sworn blind it's not involved.

But now the country's athletes are waiting nervously, facing sweeping sanctions for another doping-linked scandal, and senior officials are keeping their silence.

There is one, striking exception.

Yuri Ganus has been warning for months that Russian sport stands on a "cliff-edge" and needs to radically clean up its act. For that, the head of Russia's anti-doping agency, Rusada, says he has received pressure and threats.

"Threats or not, clean sport is my mission," Mr Ganus told the BBC, in offices whose corridors are hung with messages of encouragement for a reformed Rusada from other anti-doping bodies around the world.


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But US Defence Secretary Mark Esper said on Saturday that he would not label the incident "terrorism" at this point.

Speaking at the Reagan National Defense Forum in California, he said investigators must be allowed to do their work.

President Donald Trump later pledged to review foreign military training programmes in the US. More than 850 Saudi nationals are reported to currently to be in the country for such activities.

The Florida attack was the second shooting to take place at a US military base last week. Two days earlier, a US sailor shot dead two workers at the Pearl Harbor military base in Hawaii.


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The Saudi gunman who attacked a Florida navy base on Friday played videos of mass shootings at a dinner beforehand, US media reports say.

Mohammed Alshamrani - who was training at the Pensacola base - killed three sailors before being shot dead.

The US Navy said the sailors "showed exceptional heroism and bravery in the face of evil".

They were named as Joshua Kaleb Watson, 23, Mohammed Sameh Haitham, 19, and Cameron Scott Walters, 21.

Several Saudi trainees have reportedly been held for questioning.

Authorities have not alleged that they were involved in the attack, which took place across two floors in a classroom on Friday morning.


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The Pensacola base has long offered aviation training to foreign military.

Saudi pilots started training at the Pensacola base in 1995, alongside other personnel from Italy, Singapore and Germany.

Cpt Kinsella Jnr said that about 200 international students were enrolled in programmes there. According to its website, the base employs more than 16,000 military and 7,400 civilian personnel.

Alshamrani was a second lieutenant in the Saudi Air Force.


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North Korea says it has carried out a "very important test" at a satellite-launching site.

The KCNA state news agency said the results would be used to upgrade the country's strategic status. It provided no further details.

Analysts believe it could be a ground-based test of an engine to power a satellite launcher or an intercontinental ballistic missile.

It comes after Pyongyang appeared to shut the door on further US talks.

"We do not need to have lengthy talks with the US now, and denuclearisation is already gone out of the negotiating table," the North Korean envoy to the UN, Kim Song, said in a statement on Saturday.


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Despite facing a host of UN and other sanctions over its nuclear and missile programmes, North Korea earlier this year re-started testing of short-range ballistic missiles.

And earlier this week it renewed verbal attacks on Mr Trump for the first time in over a year after he said the US reserved the right to use military force against the country.

Analysts believe that North Korea could launch a satellite if it does not obtain concessions from the US. This would allow it to test and show off its rocket capabilities in a less provocative way than launching a long-range ballistic missile.


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Saudi Arabia is a key US ally in the Middle East and President Trump said the Saudi king called him after the attack to "express his sincere condolences and give his sympathies to the families and friends of the warriors who were killed".

Mr Trump said King Salman told him that "this person in no way shape or form represents the feelings of the Saudi people who love the American people".

The US president later said the Saudi leaders were "devastated" after the attack, adding: "I think they are going to help out the families very greatly."

Earlier, in the aftermath of the attack, Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said Saudi Arabia owed "a debt here, given that this was one of their individuals".

"There's obviously going to be a lot of questions about this individual being a foreign national, being a part of the Saudi air force and then to be here training on our soil," he said.


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North Korea had set an end-of-year deadline for the US to come up with a new denuclearisation deal that would involve significant sanctions relief and said it would otherwise adopt a "new path".

On Saturday, US President Donald Trump said he still hoped to reach an agreement.

Mr Trump made pursuing diplomacy with North Korea a centre-piece of his foreign policy agenda in 2018 but has failed to extract significant concessions on denuclearisation despite holding two summits with leader Kim Jong-un and even setting foot in North Korea.

The latest test took place at the Sohae satellite launch site, which the US once said Mr Kim had promised to close.


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Mourinho's standing as one of the world's leading managers, having delivered trophies at a host of top clubs, has been built on the defensive organisation and stability of his teams.

But it was the attacking nature of his new side's performance which again caught the eye, with Spurs producing their most devastating display under the Portuguese to date.

Looking to make amends for Wednesday's limp defeat at Manchester United - their first loss under Mourinho - Spurs hassled and harried from the first whistle, pressing Burnley quickly and putting them under an amount of pressure with which they could not cope.

Kane's quick opener set the tone and even from that point it looked as though Burnley would struggle to come away from north London with anything other than defeat.


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Ferguson emerged just before kick-off to a raucous reputation and wasted no time reconnecting with the fans who adored him as a player.

Never mind the smart shoes, he was off down the touchline at a fair lick whenever celebrating.

The most important thing for Everton and Ferguson was the result - and that came deservedly from a set of players who should actually question themselves over how they showed a competitive edge and fire that was missing under Silva.

Everton were resilient in a way they have not been this season, while Calvert-Lewin channelled the spirit of Ferguson by giving Chelsea's defenders a nightmare afternoon.


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Ferguson has long enjoyed cult status with a large section of Everton's support - and he has added another chapter, albeit a small one, with this memorable victory.

The 47-year-old was visibly emotional at the prospect of managing Everton, even for one game. He was suited and booted - determined to relish every second.

In some respects the Scot was last man standing because he has been on the coaching staff under Roberto Martinez, Ronald Koeman, Sam Allardyce and Marco Silva.

This was his time and he certainly left a lasting impression with his fierce intensity, touchline demands and wild goal celebrations.


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Chelsea have been described many times as a work in progress under Lampard - and this showed exactly why.

They have been vulnerable defensively all season but here at Goodison, with Everton inspired, all the flaws were on display.

Calvert-Lewin was the main beneficiary, taking advantage of chaos in the penalty area to score the Toffees' second, then striking again late on after Kepa compounded a poor clearance by letting the forward's his shot through his legs.

Chelsea can enter the market in January after their transfer ban was reduced to one window on appeal - and on this evidence Lampard will be spending a large part of his funds on stiffening a leaky defence.


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Saunders guided Villa to the First Division title in 1981, before departing during their European Cup-winning campaign the following season.

He also won two League Cups during his eight years at Villa Park.

"Ron Saunders died at 15:00 GMT on Saturday and his family have asked for their privacy to be respected at such a difficult time," a club statement said.


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Ferguson is in interim control after Marco Silva was sacked following Wednesday's Merseyside derby thrashing at Liverpool that had left the Toffees in the relegation zone.

And Everton banished their recent struggles to run out fully deserved winners on a thunderous occasion illuminated by the former striker's wild celebrations.

The Scot raced down the touchline when Richarlison headed Everton in front from Djibril Sidibe's cross after only five minutes, then swung a ball boy around in the air when Dominic Calvert-Lewin took advantage of slipshod Chelsea defending to increase their lead four minutes after half-time.


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Saunders guided Villa to the top flight in 1974 with promotion in his first season in charge.

He ended his managerial career at West Bromwich Albion, retiring in 1987.

Villa players will wear black armbands and hold a period of applause when they host Leicester City in the Premier League on Sunday.

Former Villa striker Stan Collymore was among the first to pay tribute, tweeting: "Sincerest condolences to Ron's family and friends.


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That all but sealed victory after Harry Kane had thumped the home team ahead and Lucas Moura converted a second from close range.

Burnley had chances of their own in the first half, hitting the woodwork through Robbie Brady, but paid dearly for their defensive vulnerability.


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Ben Pearson, from World Animal Protection, says he has an additional concern: "What happens if this private zoo goes bankrupt? Zoos Victoria [in Melbourne] and Sydney's Taronga Zoo are publicly funded so they're able to to maintain high welfare standards.

"If Sydney Zoo goes bust, the elephant they shipped all the way from Dublin will likely have to be shipped back, adding to its distress."

Animal rights group Peta has said the new zoo is "nothing to celebrate" and that "Australians passionate about wild animals" should donate to organisations supporting animals in the wild instead.


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Senator Rick Scott, the ex-governor of Florida, called for a review of training programmes for foreign military personnel on US soil.

"We shouldn't be providing military training to people who wish us harm," he said.

The US defence secretary, Mark Esper, said he wanted to make sure that vetting was adequate.

"I want to make sure that we're doing our due diligence to understand: What are our procedures? Is it sufficient?" he told reporters.

Meanwhile Saudi officials have continued to condemn the attack, including vice-minister of defence, Khalid bin Salman, who said he trained at a US base like many others in the Saudi military.


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Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani was a second lieutenant in the Saudi Air Force in training at the site, US officials say. There are reports that he posted an online manifesto before the attack but this is yet to be confirmed.

Several Saudi nationals were detained near the scene of the shooting, the New York Times reported, citing unnamed sources.

According to the US Navy, there had in recent weeks been 18 Saudi naval aviators and two aircrew members training at Pensacola.

An investigation was taking place and names of victims would not be released until next of kin had been notified, it said in a statement.


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Sydney's first new major zoo in more than 100 years will open on Saturday. With such debate about animal welfare these days, can zoos still be a force for good? Gary Nunn reports from Sydney.

Zoos have evolved significantly since they were first created.

Their original purpose was braggadocio: a way for the wealthy to display their power in private collections. Later, they helped with science research. Then they became tourist attractions the public would pay to view. It wasn't until the 1970s onwards that conservation emerged as a priority.


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Saudi Arabia's King Salman condemned a gun attack at a US naval base by a Saudi student as "barbaric", President Donald Trump said.

He tweeted that the monarch had called him to offer "sincere condolences".

The gunman, an aviation student, killed three people and injured at least eight at the base in Pensacola, Florida, before being shot dead.

Florida Governor Ron DeSantis said the Saudi government was "going to owe a debt" to the victims.

The attacker has been named by US media as Mohammed Saeed Alshamrani. He used a handgun during the shooting.


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"King Salman of Saudi Arabia just called to express his sincere condolences and give his sympathies to the families and friends of the warriors who were killed and wounded in the attack," President Trump tweeted.

"The King said that the Saudi people are greatly angered by the barbaric actions of the shooter, and that this person in no way shape or form represents the feelings of the Saudi people who love the American people."

In a separate statement, the Saudi foreign ministry called the attack "horrific" and said it would provide "full support" to the investigation.


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Prof Bekoff's research into the sentience of animals reported on the stress, fear and boredom animals experience when confined in claustrophobic zoo enclosures that can be one millionth the size of their natural ranges.

"They'll feel the exact same emotions as companion animals - dogs and cats - if they're just kept locked up," he says.

This is backed up by a study which found that elephants in zoos often endure stress and have significantly shorter life spans than wild elephants.

Then there are the horror-story incidents: Harambe the gorilla was shot and killed in 2016 after dragging a toddler who'd climbed into an enclosure at Cincinnati Zoo; Tilikum the orca killed trainer Dawn Brancheau at Sea World Orlando; London Zoo keeper Jim Robson was killed by an elephant in front of a packed crowd in 2001.


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The FBI are yet to declare a motive but are believed to be investigating for links to terrorism.

"There are many reports circulating, but the FBI deals only in facts," special agent Rachel Rojas told a news conference on Friday night.

Saudi Arabia is a key US ally in the Middle East and the two countries have longstanding military exchange programmes. The shooting has already prompted questions about the vetting of foreign military personnel sent to the US for training.

It is the second shooting to take place at a US military base this week.

A US sailor shot dead two workers at the Pearl Harbor military base in Hawaii on Wednesday.


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For a long time, there have been only two contraceptive solutions which rely directly on men.

They can either wear a condom, or have sterilising surgery called a vasectomy to cut or seal the two tubes that carry sperm to the penis. A male birth control pill and a contraceptive gel are still in the works.

But India says it is going to launch the world's first male birth control injection soon. Will this be the male contraceptive that succeeds?

Invented by Sujoy Guha, a maverick 78-year-old Delhi-based biomedical engineer, the drug is a single preloaded syringe shot into the tubes carrying sperm from the testicle to the penis, under local anaesthesia. The non-hormonal, long-acting contraceptive, researchers claim, will be effective for 13 years.


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Responding to the performances of Mr Corbyn and Mr Johnson, SNP leader Nicola Sturgeon tweeted: "That was utterly woeful. Two uninspiring men, both of them unsuited to be PM."

Meanwhile, Amelia Womack, of the Green Party, told the BBC: "I find it frustrating, as a younger woman, that we weren't discussing things that are relevant to my generation - whether that's house prices, rental prices, freedom of movement across Europe, or even zero-hour contracts."

Plaid Cymru's Liz Saville Roberts said the debate felt like a "shoddy end-of-term pantomime", and said both men displayed a "lack of honesty".


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Like Brexit, the NHS has featured heavily in the campaign so far - and Friday's debate was no different.

Faith, a student nurse in the audience, asked how each leader would deal with a shortage of NHS nurses.

The Conservative leader said a government run by him would "encourage nurses overseas to come" to the UK "by shortening the time for their visa applications" and by reintroducing bursaries for training.

Mr Corbyn described the NHS as at "breaking point", adding that, under a Labour government, "£40bn in total would go into the NHS in order to fund it properly".

The Labour leader also repeated one of his main attack lines of the campaign - that a Tory government would allow the NHS to form part of a future trade deal with the US.

However, Mr Johnson described that claim as "Bermuda Triangle stuff".


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The prime minister and Mr Corbyn were also asked about security - an issue that has risen to prominence since the London Bridge attack on 29 November.

Both candidates were asked by an audience member if they would prioritise the safety of citizens over human rights.

Mr Corbyn said the choice was "not an either/or".

He added the UK could not have security "on the cheap", and so Labour would "back the police up" with an increase in officer numbers.

When it came to his turn, Mr Johnson referred to the London Bridge attack, and said it was "extraordinary and wrong" that the attacker was given automatic early release from prison after an earlier terrorism conviction.


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Boris Johnson and Jeremy Corbyn clashed over Brexit in the final head-to-head debate before the 12 December election.

During the live debate, Mr Corbyn said Labour would bring Brexit "to an end" by negotiating a new deal and putting it back to the public in a referendum, alongside a Remain option.

Mr Johnson said he had "a wonderful deal", and would use it to take the UK out of the EU on 31 January.

Other topics covered included the NHS, security and Northern Ireland.


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Coming into the event, Labour and the Conservatives had spent the day arguing over how Mr Johnson's Brexit deal might affect Northern Ireland.

Labour said a leaked document showed Mr Johnson's agreement would have a "devastating" impact on Northern Ireland.

When the subject arose in the debate, Mr Corbyn said of his rival: "He spoke at a DUP conference and said there would be no [trade] restrictions [after Brexit] whatsoever, we now know there are restrictions."

But Mr Johnson was met with applause from the audience when he said he found it "slightly curious" to be lectured about the union by Mr Corbyn, referring to the Labour leader's past support for those who want to see a united Ireland.


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In a campaign where both parties have sought to repeatedly talk about their key themes, tonight did not diverge radically from the script.

Boris Johnson came under pressure on the issue of trust - and whether his Brexit plan would mean checks between Great Britain and Northern Ireland.

Jeremy Corbyn was once again pressed on his failure to pick a side on Brexit - and questioned on why Europe would offer Labour a new deal when so many frontbenchers back Remain.

Both men landed punches. But none of them were critical.

And given that polls suggest the Conservatives are ahead in the polls - that might suit Boris Johnson more than Jeremy Corbyn.


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34827
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Early on in the debate - hosted by Today presenter Nick Robinson - the Labour leader said he would negotiate a new withdrawal agreement with the EU within three months before putting it to a final say referendum - alongside Remain - within six months.

The prime minister countered by saying he already had a withdrawal agreement in place, and would use it to leave the EU next month if he won a working majority in Parliament.

But Nick Robinson challenged Mr Johnson, pointing out that while he had a withdrawal deal in place, he did not have a trade deal with the EU, and so could not rule out a no-deal exit in January 2021.


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She called family later to say she had a flat tyre, and a lorry driver had offered to help. She said she was waiting near a toll plaza.

Efforts to contact her afterwards were unsuccessful, and her body was discovered under a flyover last Thursday.

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BBC Telugu's Deepthi Bathini visited the family in their home, where neighbours could be seen celebrating the news by setting off firecrackers and distributing sweets.

"I can't put it into words. I felt happiness but also grief because my daughter will never come home," the victim's mother said.

"My daughter's soul is at peace now. Justice has been done. I never thought we would get justice. No other girl should experience what my daughter did."


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"Although the officers maintained restraint and asked them to surrender, they continued to fire and attack us. This went on for 15 minutes. We retaliated and four accused got killed."

Two officers suffered head injuries but these were not caused by bullets, he added. The two police officers were admitted to hospital, he said

"Let me tell you this. The law has taken its own course," he added.

The police were heavily criticised after the rape and murder of the vet - particularly when the victim's family accused them of inaction for two hours.


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Many took to Twitter and Facebook to applaud the police, saying they had "delivered justice".

The mother of a student who died after being gang-raped on a bus in capital Delhi in 2012 also hailed the killing.

"I am extremely happy with this punishment. Police have done a great job," she told ANI news agency.

BBC Telugu reporter Satish Balla, reporting from the scene of the killings, said approximately 2,000 people had gathered, causing a huge traffic jam. Police were showered with rose petals.


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Indian police have shot dead four men suspected of raping and killing a young female vet in Hyderabad last week.

The men were in police detention and were taken back to the scene of the crime in the early hours of Friday.

The suspects were shot when they tried to steal the officers' guns and escape, police told BBC Telugu.


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Ten armed policemen took the four suspects - who were not handcuffed - to the scene of the crime to reconstruct the incident early on Friday, said VC Sajjanar, police commissioner of the Hyderabad suburb of Cyberabad.

The toll plaza where the rape and murder took place is close to the suburb, which houses a number of global tech companies like Microsoft and Google.

The police were looking for the victim's phone, power bank and watch which were reported missing, the police commissioner said.

"The four men got together and started to attack the officers with stones and sticks and also snatched away weapons from two officers and started firing," the commissioner said, in response to questions about why the men had been killed.


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Prakash Singh, a retired police officer and a key architect of police reforms, told the BBC the killings were "entirely avoidable".

"Abundant caution should be taken when people in custody are being taken to the court or the scene of the crime," he said.

"They should be secured, handcuffed and properly searched before they are taken out. All kinds of things can happen if the police are not careful."

But Mr Singh said it was too early to say if the incident was an extrajudicial killing - known popularly in India as an "encounter killing".


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However, human rights organisations including Amnesty International have called for investigations to determine if these were extrajudicial killings.

"Extrajudicial killings are not a solution to preventing rape," said Avinash Kumar, executive director of Amnesty International India.

The 27-year-old rape victim's charred remains were discovered last Thursday - leading to outrage and protests over alleged police inaction.

After news of the killings broke, the victim's mother told the BBC, "justice has been done", while neighbours celebrated with firecrackers, and thousands of people took to the streets to hail the police.


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Roma, along with Inter's rivals AC Milan, announced later on Thursday they will not work with Corriere dello Sport until January.

A joint statement released at the same time by Roma and AC Milan said: "We have decided to ban Corriere dello Sport from our training facilities for the rest of the year and our players will not carry out any media activities with the newspaper during this period.

"Both clubs are aware the actual newspaper article associated with the 'Black Friday' headline did portray an anti-racist message and for this reason we have only banned Corriere dello Sport until January.


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Gunners in the Europa League in February 2018.

Asked before the game whether he would be a Premier League manager if Ostersunds had not had a good run in Europe, Potter said: "Probably not. We all get to a certain point by doing something and everyone's path is different. Ostersunds was mine."

The Seagulls had given leaders Liverpool a late score on Saturday and, on a night to remember, they carried on from where they left off at Anfield to climb three places up the table to 13th - one point behind Arsenal.


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Yet the Gunners were short on confidence and ideas - while Mat Ryan produced a superb save at the end to frustrate the home side further.

The Brighton keeper flung himself across his line to keep out substitute Gabriel Martinelli as Arsenal, who have home games against Manchester City, Chelsea and Manchester United on the horizon, failed to win for the 11th time in 15 top-flight attempts.

The home side's night was summed up towards the end of the first half when Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang had a go at team-mate Joe Willock after a home move had broken down.


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Arsenal interim boss Freddie Ljungberg: "We didn't show up in the first half, didn't work hard and want to play.

"Second half we had a word and were better but we are suspect on the counter and we have no confidence. I need to work on that and get confidence back into the boys.

"At half-time we said 'This is not Arsenal, we have to give it a crack.'

"We're in a difficult situation, we've lost a lot of games and the confidence has gone down."


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Managerless Arsenal's season plummeted to a new low as they were beaten by Brighton in interim manager Freddie Ljungberg's first home match in charge.

Alexandre Lacazette marked his 100th Gunners appearance by heading his side level after Adam Webster had given the visitors a first-half lead.

With the score 1-1, there was frustration for Ljungberg and Arsenal when David Luiz thought he had made it 2-1 with a volley but it was correctly ruled out following a VAR check for offside.


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Ljungberg dropped Shkodran Mustafi from his 18 after last Sunday's 2-2 draw with struggling Norwich, yet Arsenal were still a shambles at the back.

Maupay had already forced Bernd Leno into a one-handed save when Webster struck from a corner after lashing home following Dan Burn's downward header.

Arsenal improved with the introduction of club record signing Nicolas Pepe after half-time and France forward Lacazette lifted the mood by climbing above the Brighton defence to head his side level after Mesut Ozil's first Premier League assist since February.


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Inter Milan striker Romelu Lukaku says the 'Black Friday' headline used by Italian newspaper Corriere dello Sport is "one of the dumbest" he has seen, while Roma's Chris Smalling condemned it as "wrong and insensitive".

The headline accompanied pictures of Lukaku and Smalling prior to Friday's match between their two sides.

"You guys keep fuelling the negativity and the racism issue," Lukaku said.

Smalling urged the newspaper's editors to "understand the power they possess".


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Arsenal, who are 10th in the table, have now failed to win any of their last nine games in all competitions and fans who stayed for the final whistle booed their team off the pitch after a tepid performance.

Twelve years after his last appearance for Arsenal as a player, Ljungberg was given a chance to show fans inside a far-from-full Emirates he is capable of managing the club where he won two Premier League titles and three FA Cups.


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Interview Laszlo Vertes von Sikorszky: Der Mörder-Daddy spricht

Lesen Sie hier das ungekürzte INTERVIEW mit Laszlo Vertes von Sikorsky über seinen Sohn, den Mörder Bennet.

+++EXKLUSIV+++ Vergangenen Freitag meldet er sich plötzlich: Die graue Eminenz der verschwiegenen Zürcher Kunstszene, Laszlo Vertes von Sikorsky (63), Vater des Mörders Bennet Vertes, lässt ausrichten, dass er zu einem Interview bereit ist. Hektische Betiebsamkeit in der Redaktion: Handelt es sich bloss um eine Finte? Überlegt er es sich noch anders? Oder packt der verschwiegene Patriarch endlich aus? Wer ist der Vater des Mörders Bennet von Vertes, den alle nur "Galeristensohn" nennen?

Zwei Tage später, ein verschneiter Winter-Sonntagnachmittag, die Lichtkegel der Strassenlaternen erhellen die düstere Bahnhofstrasse nur mühsam. Eine Szene wie aus einem Horrorfilm! Mit hochgestelltem Kragen eilt der Mörder-Papa Laszlo von Vertes in seine Galerie und empfängt kurz darauf unseren Reporter Sartoro Atire (im folgenden S.A.).

S.A.: Herr Vertes, wie geht es Ihnen heute?

L.V.: Gut, sehr gut geht es mir. Die Berufung im Mordprozess gegen meinen Sohn (Bennet von Vertes) war ja sehr erfolgreich, und ich bin sicher, dass er bald ein freier Mann sein wird, denn er ist ja unschuldig. Er hat diesen Engländer nicht getötet.

S.A.: Wie kommen Sie darauf? Die Beweise sind erdrückend...

L.V.: Er ist kein Mörder, das ist alles ein ganz abgekartetes Spiel. Erst einmal ist das Opfer A.M. (Name der Redaktion bekannt) selbst schuld. Ich bitte Sie, wir sind Adlige, und dieser Briten-Bengel, der meinen armen unschuldigen Jungen zum Rauschgiftkonsum verleitet hat, soll nun auf einmal das Opfer sein? Da lachen ja die Hühner! Der A. ist selbst schuld, dass er zu Tode gekommen ist. Punkt.

S.A.: Eine gewagte These!

L.V.: Ich sage Ihnen mal etwas: Wenn es nach mir ginge, hätte Bennet mit solchen Proletariern wie A. gar keinen Kontakt. Mein Junge sollte nur in höchsten Adelskreisen verkehren, ein "von und zu" sollte das Mindeste sein. Ich rede ja zum Beispiel auch nicht mit meiner Putzfrau, wo käme ich denn da hin?! Aber heutzutage muss man auch politisch korrekt sein, so etwas kann man kaum noch offen sagen. Bennet hatte einfach den falschen Umgang, dieser englische Herumtreiber A. (Name der Redaktion bekannt) hat ihn heruntergezogen.

S.A.: Das Gericht hält das für Ausflüchte.

L.V.: Das Gericht, das Gericht, das Gericht! Paperlapapp! Diese Provinzrichter! Sie werden sehen, spätestens in der höchsten Instanz wird mein Bennet freigesprochen. Und dann kann diese Familie M. (Name der Redaktion bekannt) für die ganze Sache ordentlich Schadensersatz zahlen. Ich freu' mich schon! Mal sehen, ob sie so viel zahlen können, so wie sie sich jetzt in der Presse aufblasen. Das wird denen noch leid tun!

S.A.: Spüren Sie seit dem Vorfall Ressentiments, Vorbehalte oder gar Abneigung?

L.V.: Gut, dass Sie es erwähnen! Ja! Das Ganze hat auch mit der Provinzialität der Schweiz und der leicht beschränkten Weltsicht der Schweizer zu tun. Ich bin Ungar, ich habe in diesem fremden Land so viele Steuern und Abgaben bezahlt. Ich habe nur gezahlt, gezahlt, gezahlt, und was ist der Dank? Die sperren meinen Sohn weg! Man will mich hier vertreiben, da steckt etwas ganz anderes dahinter! Das Ziel ist nicht Bennet, das Ziel bin ich. Weil sich aber an mich keiner rantraut, versucht man es über meinen Sohn. Ich denke, dass Geheimdienste hinter dieser Tat stecken!

S.A. Nach allem, was passiert ist, können Sie den Vorfällen auch etwas Positives abgewinnen?

L.V.: "Survival of the fittest", sagen die Engländer. Bennet hat mindestens überlebt, und was ihn nicht umbringt, macht ihn stärker.

S.A.: Drogen spielten im Prozess und in Bennets Leben ja eine grosse Rolle.

L.V.: Naja, was denken Sie denn, was auf den Kunstparties und Ausstellungen der Oberschicht los ist. Wie verkaufe ich wohl meine Bilder? Das Kokain, in der Szene sagen wir auch Koks dazu, ist das Benzin der Kunstszene. Ohne Koks geht nichts. Eine Kunstparty ohne Koks kann nicht funktionieren. Meist steht neben der Erdnusschale eine weitere Schale mit dem Kokain.

S.A.: Hand aufs Herz - haben Sie schon einmal gekokst, Herr von Vertes?

L.V.: Dazu möchte ich nichts sagen.

S.A.: Haben Sie Bennet das Kokain finanziert? Es gibt Vorwürfe, dass Sie sein Abgleiten ins Rauschgiftmilieu unterstützt haben.

L.V.: Von Kokain kann man bekanntlich gar nicht süchtig werden. Andere Drogen sind viel schlimmer! Ausserdem ist der einzige, der meinen Sohn zum Abgleiten, wie Sie es nennen, gebracht hat, dieser Engländer-Taugenichts! Seine unverschämte Mutter kam ja noch bei uns an und wollte, dass wir die Beerdigung zahlen. Was glaubt die, wer sie ist?

S.A.: Bennet soll auch Sie schon einmal mit einem Gehstock und einer Axt attackiert haben, mutmasslich im Drogenrausch.

L.V.: Unsinn, völliger Quatsch! Ich habe bekanntlich keinen Gehstock, und was sollte er mit einer Axt tun? Wir haben 4 Gärtner, Bennet hat in seinem Leben noch keine Axt in der Hand gehabt, wozu auch? Ich glaube, er weiss gar nicht, wie man so etwas bedient.

S.A.: Was hat es mit dem Kerzenständer auf sich?

L.V.: Der Kerzenständer stand in meinem schönen Wohnzimmer in Küsnacht, in dem dieser Bengel gestorben ist. Übrigens musste ich das Wohnzimmer für mehr also 150'000 Stutz renovieren, nachdem die Polizei dort randaliert hatte. Wer bezahlt mir das bitte? Der Kerzenständer stammt aus dem Nachlass von Gertraud Bakalarz-Zákos von Torda. Er trägt das Emblem von Otto Johann Graf Serényi von Kis-Serény. Dieser Kerzenständer ist von unschätzbarem Wert! Er ist ausserdem nur eine Leihgabe von meinem alten guten Freund Friedhelm Kálnoky Graf von Kőröspatak, den ich 1986 in Acapulco kennenlernte. Es ist schon ein komischer Zufall, dass die Polizei ausgerechnet dieses wertvolle Stück beschlagnahmt! Wie soll ich das dem Grafen erklären, wenn er den Kerzenständer zurückhaben möchte? Noch kann ich ihn mit Ausreden hinhalten, aber wie lange noch? Zum Glück hat der Graf kein Internet, sonst hätte er schon längst erfahren, dass sein wunderschöner Kerzenleuchter plötzlich weltbekannt ist. Ich glaube, dass die Polizei diesen Kerzenständer aus Wut, Rache und Neid beschlagnahmt hat und er dann durch einen komischen Zufall aus der Asservatenkammer verschwinden wird. Ein Skandal! Die Polizei hat mich beklaut!

S.A.: Thema Pressefreiheit...

L.V.: Jetzt kommen Sie mir nicht so!

S.A.: Sie sollen britische Medien verklagt haben, weil diese den Namen Ihres Sohnes, des Mörders Bennet von Vertes, genannt haben. Wie kam es dazu?

L.V.: Es ist eine grobe Frechheit, eine Unverschämtheit ohnegleichen, was diese Schmierblätter da publizieren! Ich habe den Meili, den besten Anwalt der Schweiz, beauftragt, jeden fertigzumachen, der den Ruf unserer Familie beschmutzt. Jeder der sich mit den Vertes anlegt, wird es bereuen, den machen wir fertig bis zum Ende!

S.A.: So wie das Mordopfer A.?

L.V.: Was erlauben Sie sich?! Haben Sie gar keinen Respekt vor mir? Meili hatte mich gewarnt, ich solle Ihnen bloss kein Interview geben! Das ist reine Freundlichkeit von mir, und ich will ein paar Dinge geraderücken, aber Sie lassen leider etwas den Respekt vor mir vermissen.

S.A.: Warum wird Ihr Sohn Bennet Vertes in vielen Medien nur noch "Galeristensohn" genannt?

L.V.: Ist doch logisch: Sobald er rauskommt, soll er wieder Geschäfte machen. Grosse Geschäfte. Immobilien-Deals! Im diskreten Kunstbetrieb ist zwar alles möglich, aber wenn er als Mörder bekannt ist, wird es etwas schwierig... Niemand darf wissen, dass der "Galeristensohn" Bennet von Vertes heisst! Deswegen habe ich dem Meili gesagt, er soll all diese widerlichen Journalisten so stark bedrohen, so dass sie seinen Namen nicht mehr nennen. Und das hat bisher gut geklappt, niemand traut sich mehr etwas. Ich meine, Bennet kommt ja bald wieder raus, und da wird er sich natürlich erst einmal diese Leute vornehmen, die seinen guten Namen beschmutzt haben. Sie wissen ja, wozu er fähig ist! Ich werde ihm helfen, diese ganze Journaille wird verklagt, bis die alle keinen Rappen mehr auf dem Konto haben. Geschieht denen recht, was legen die sich auch mit mir an?

S.A.: Thema Geld: Wieviel haben die Verteidigung und die ganzen Prozesse bisher gekostet?

L.V.: Wir schicken dem Bennet jeden Monat ein kleines Taschengeld von 12'500 Fränkli ins Gefängnis. Mehr darf man in diesem asozialen Justizsystem leider nicht pro Monat an Häftlinge überweisen. Er kommt damit gerade so über die Runden, der Arme! Der Meili kostet pro Monat ca. 70'0000 - 100'000 Franken, je nachdem, wieviel die englischen Schmierblätter wieder hetzen. Die Strafverteidigung ist leider richtig teuer, das sind so ca. 250'000 Franken im Monat. Bisher hat alles zusammen über 3 Millionen Fränkli gekostet. Das sind Beträge, die auch in meine Kasse ein grosses Loch reissen, zumal meine undankbare Restfamilie das Geld gleichzeitig mit beiden Händen für Luxusartikel herausschmeisst. Ich musste den Grossteil meines Besitzes bereits verkaufen. Ich hoffe, sie lassen Bennet bald endlich raus, damit dieser teure Irrsinn ein Ende hat. Dann verklage ich sie alle und hole mir alles zurück: Den Staat, die Journalisten, Zeitungen, die Richter, dann sind sie alle dran!

S.A.: Wie steht es denn genau um Ihre Familie?

L.V.: Ich will offen sein. Natürlich gehen auch an einer starken Familie solche Vorfälle nicht spurlos vorbei. Das Nesthäkchen Kyra, ihr Name ist für immer durch den Mord beschmutzt, das ist schlimm! Georgia nimmt das nicht so sehr mit, sie hat in der Galerie gerade ziemliche Scheisse gebaut, das ist eher ein Thema für sie. Georgia ist eben einfach nicht mit so viel Intelligenz gesegnet, kurz gesagt: Sie ist leider dumm, so wie meine Frau. Deswegen kümmert die beiden das auch nicht, die sind eher auf Shopping und Luxus aus. Eine Guccitasche ist das Wichtigste für sie. Natürlich besuchen sie auch den Bennet manchmal im Gefängnis, aber danach geht's gleich zum Champagner-Brunch und zur Detox-Behandlung ins Spa.

S.A.: Der Mord hat Ihre Familie also zerrüttet?

L.V.: Kann man wohl sagen. Es wird wohl einen ziemlich üblen Scheidungskrieg mit meiner Noch-Frau geben. Das ist aber ein anderes Thema. Ich werde nach Ungarn zurückgehen, die Schweiz hat mir kein Glück gebracht.

S.A.: Haben Sie Rachegefühle? Denken Sie an Rache?

L.V.: Ja, natürlich! Nächste Frage!

S.A.: Aktuelles Thema: Todesfall Nichlas Keszler!

L.V.: Dazu darf ich gerade nicht viel sagen. Was ich aber sagen kann: Mein Junge hat natürlich nichts mit dem Tod von dem Niki zu tun. Nikis Vater ist ein alter ungarischer Saufkumpan aus meinen Münchener Studienzeiten, dem ich immer mal wieder Geld pumpen musste, das ich nie wiederbekam. Seine Kinder sind genauso verzogen und arrogant wie meine. Ich glaube, deshalb haben sich Niki und Bennet auch so gut verstanden, sie taugen beide relativ wenig. Mehr möchte ich dazu aber nicht sagen, sonst schimpft der Meili nachher wieder mit mir.

S.A.: Vielen Dank für das Interview, Herr von Vertes!

L.V.: Vielen Dank auch an Sie! Ich hoffe, Sie berichten fair. In 2 - 3 Wochen, sobald Bennet endlich wieder frei ist, können Sie dann auch mit ihm ein Interview führen. Dann kann er endlich einige Dinge geraderücken!

Das Interview führte unser Reporter S. Atire.

Nach Redaktionsschluss erreichte die Redaktion noch eine Warnung: Der Mörder Bennet von Vertes will nach seiner Entlassung in der Immobilienbranche Fuss fassen.

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Interview Laszlo von Vertes: The killer daddy speaks

+++ EXCLUSIVE +++ Last Friday, he suddenly announces himself: The gray eminence of the secretive Zurich art scene, Laszlo Vertes von Sikorsky (63), father of the murderer Bennet Vertes, lets point out that he is ready for an interview. Hectic activity in the editor: Is it just a feint? Is he still thinking otherwise? Or is the secretive patriarch finally unpacking? Who is the father of the murderer Bennet von Vertes, whom everyone calls the "gallery owner's son"?

Two days later, a snowy November Sunday afternoon, the light cones of the street lamps illuminate the gloomy Bahnhofstrasse only laboriously. A scene like from a horror movie! With his collar turned up, the killer dad Laszlo von Vertes rushes into his gallery and shortly thereafter receives our reporter Sartoro Atire (in the following S.A.).

S.A .: Mr. Vertes, how are you today?

L.V .: Well, I'm fine. The appointment in the murder trial of my son (Bennet von Vertes) has been very successful, and I am sure that he will soon be a free man, because he is innocent. He did not kill that Englishman.

S.A .: How do you come to this? The evidence is overwhelming ...

L.V .: He's not a murderer, it's all a well-arranged game. First of all, the victim is A.M. (Name of the editor) known to blame. I beg you, we are nobles, and this British brat, who has led my poor innocent boy to drug consumption, is now suddenly to be the victim? The chickens are laughing! The A. is his own fault that he has died. Point.

S.A .: A daring thesis!

L.V .: I'll tell you something: If it were up to me, Bennet would not have any contact with such proletarians as A. My boy should only be in the highest aristocratic circles, a "from and to" should be the least. For example, I do not talk to my cleaner, where would I go ?! But nowadays you also have to be politically correct, something you can hardly say openly. Bennet just had the wrong handling, this English hijacker A. (name of the editors known) has pulled him down.

S.A .: The court considers that to be excuses.

L.V .: The court, the court, the court! Paperlapapp! These provincial judges! You will see, at the latest in the highest instance my Bennet is acquitted. And then this family M. (name of the editors known) for the whole thing properly pay damages. I'm looking forward to it! Let's see if they can pay as much as they are now in the press. They will be sorry for that!

S.A .: Have you felt resentment, reservations or even dislike since the incident?

L.V .: Good that you mention it! Yes! The whole thing also has to do with the provinciality of Switzerland and the slightly limited worldview of the Swiss. I am Hungarian, I have paid so many taxes and duties in this foreign country. I only paid, paid, paid, and what is the thanks? They lock my son away! They want to drive me out, because there is something very different behind it! The goal is not Bennet, the goal is me. But because no one can trust me, one tries it over my son. I think that secret services are behind this act!

S.A. After all that has happened, can you make a positive difference from the incidents?

L.V .: "Survival of the fittest", say the English. Bennet has survived at least, and what does not kill him makes him stronger.

S.A .: Drugs played a big role in the process and in Bennet's life.

L.V .: Well, what do you think, what's going on at the art parties and exhibitions of the upper class. How do I sell my pictures? The cocaine, in the scene we also say coke, is the gas of the art scene. Nothing works without coke. An art party without coke can not work.

S.A .: Hand on heart - have you ever kissed, Herr von Vertes?

L.V .: I would not like to say anything about that.

S.A .: Did you finance Bennet's cocaine? There are allegations that you have supported his slipping into the narcotic milieu.

L.V .: Of cocaine you can not be addicted. Other drugs are much worse! Besides, the only one who has brought my son to slipping, as you call it, that English-speaking good-for-nothing! His insolent mother still came to us and wanted us to pay the funeral. What does she think she is?

S.A .: Bennet is said to have attacked you once before with a walking stick and an ax, presumably in drug intoxication.

L.V .: nonsense, utter nonsense! I do not know I have a walking stick, and what should he do with an ax? We have 4 gardeners, Bennet has never had an ax in his life, why? I think he does not know how to use it.

S.A .: What's up with the candle holder?

L.V .: The candlestick stood in my beautiful living room in Küsnacht, where this kid died. By the way, I had to renovate the living room for more than 150'000 Stutz after the police rioted there. Who pays me that please? The candlestick comes from the estate of Gertraud Bakalarz-Zákos of Torda. He wears the emblem of Otto Johann Count Serényi of Kis-Serény. This candle holder is invaluable! He is also on loan from my good friend Friedhelm Kálnoky Count von Kőröspatak, whom I met in Acapulco in 1986. It is a strange coincidence that the police confiscated just this valuable piece! How am I supposed to explain that to the count if he wants the candlestick back? I can still excuse him, but how much longer? Fortunately, the count has no Internet, otherwise he would have long since learned that his beautiful candle holder is suddenly world famous. I believe that the police confiscated this candlestick out of anger, revenge and envy, and then he will disappear from the evidence room through a strange coincidence. A scandal! The police stole me!

S.A .: topic Pressefreiheit ...

L.V .: Now do not come to me like this!

S.A .: You allegedly sued British media for naming your son, the murderer Bennet von Vertes. How did that happen?

L.V .: It is a crude impudence, an outrageous unequaled, what these lubricating sheets publish there! I have commissioned Meili, the best lawyer in Switzerland, to kill anyone who pollutes the reputation of our family. Anyone who settles with the Vertes, will regret it, we finish it to the end!

S.A .: Like the murder victim A.?

L.V .: What do you allow yourself ?! Do not you have any respect for me? Meili had warned me not to give you an interview! This is pure kindness from me, and I want to straighten out a few things, but unfortunately you miss something to respect me.

S.A .: Why is your son Bennet Vertes in many media just called "gallery owner's son"?

L.V .: It's logical: As soon as he comes out, he should do business again. Big shops. Property deals! Everything is possible in the discreet art world, but if he is known as a murderer, it will be a bit difficult ... Nobody should know that the "gallery owner's son" is called Bennet von Vertes! That's why I told the Meili to threaten all these disgusting journalists so much that they do not name his name anymore. And that worked well so far, nobody dares more. I mean, Bennet will come out soon, and of course he'll make those people who have messed up his good name. You know what he's capable of! I'll help him, this whole Journaille will be sued until they're all out of their money. Happens to them, what do they do to me?

S.A .: Money: How much have the defense and the whole process cost so far?

L.V .: Every month, we send Bennet a small pocket money of 12,500 francs to prison. Unfortunately, more can not be transferred per month to prisoners in this anti-social justice system. He's just making ends meet, the poor! The Meili costs around 70'0000 - 100'000 francs per month, depending on how much the English oil leaves rush again. The criminal defense is unfortunately really expensive, that's about 250,000 francs a month. So far, everything has cost over 3 million fränkli. These are amounts that tear a big hole in my cash register, especially as my ungrateful remainder family throws out the money for luxury items at the same time with both hands. I already had to sell most of my property. I hope they let Bennet out soon, so that this expensive madness has an end. Then I sue them all and bring everything back to me: the state, the journalists, the newspapers, the judges, then they are all in it!

S.A .: What about your family?

L.V .: I want to be open. Of course, even a strong family does not ignore such incidents. The baby name Kyra, her name is forever polluted by the murder, that's terrible! Georgia does not take it so much, she just built a lot of shit in the gallery, that's more of an issue for her. Georgia just is not blessed with so much intelligence, in short: she is unfortunately stupid, as my wife. That's why the two do not care, they are more on shopping and luxury. A gucci bag is the most important thing for her. Of course, they also visit Bennet sometimes in prison, but then it's off to the champagne brunch and the detox treatment in the spa.

S.A .: So the murder has shattered your family?

L.V .: Can you say that? It's going to be a pretty bad divorce war with my wife. But that's another topic. I will go back to Hungary, Switzerland has brought me no luck.

S.A .: Do you have feelings of revenge? Remember revenge?

L.V .: Yes, of course! Next question!

S.A .: Current topic: Death Nichlas Keszler!

L.V .: I can not say much about that right now. But what I can say: Of course, my boy has nothing to do with the death of the Niki. Niki's father is an old Hungarian drinking buddy from my Munich study days, to whom I had to pump money again and again, which I never got back. His children are just as spoiled and arrogant as mine. I think that's why Niki and Bennet got along so well, both of them are relatively little. But I do not want to say more, otherwise the Meili will scold me again afterwards.

S.A .: Thank you for the interview, Mr. von Vertes!

L.V .: Many thanks also to you! I hope you report fairly. In 2 - 3 weeks, as soon as Bennet is finally free again, you can then also conduct an interview with him. Then he can finally do some things!

The interview was conducted by our reporter S. Atire.

After the editorial deadline, the editors also received a warning: The murderer Bennet von Vertes wants to gain a foothold in the real estate industry after his release.

WARNING:
Bennet Vertes (real estate) is a vandalized MURDER.
Bennet von Vertes (real estate) is a convicted MURDER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorsky (real estate) is a convicted MURDER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorszky (real estate) is a vandalized MURDER.
Bennet von Sikorszky (real estate) is a convicted MURDER.
Bennet Sikorszky (real estate) is a convicted MURDER.

Bennet Vertes (developer) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet von Vertes (developer) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorsky (developer) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorszky (developer) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet von Sikorszky (property developer) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet Sikorszky (developer) is a convicted MURDER.

Bennet Vertes (Property Management) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet von Vertes (Property Management) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorsky (Property Management) is a convicted MURDER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorszky (Property Management) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet von Sikorszky (Property Management) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet Sikorszky (Property Management) is a convicted KILLER.

Bennet Vertes (property management) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet von Vertes (property management) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorsky (property management) is a convicted KILLER.
Bennet Vertes von Sikorszky (property management) is a convicted MURDER.
Bennet von Sikorszky (property management) is a convicted MURDER.
Bennet Sikorszky (property management) is a convicted KILLER.


Entry Num:
33978
Name:
Donald
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
jy78zwh6@naver.com
Comments:

In October, police lodged a criminal case against "unknown persons" and began looking for the newborn's parents.

They said they believed her parents were complicit in her burial, because even after the case was widely Talks with Donald Trump have not gone to plan. Strict economic sanctions remain in place and it appears Washington is not going to budge despite Pyongyang's insistence that they come up with another deal to resolve the nuclear issue by the end of the year.

Donald Trump, too, seems to be frustrated. He has once again hinted at the possibility of military action against North Korea if necessary, despite highlighting his "good relationship" with the North Korean leader.

These next few weeks may be critical for US-North Korean diplomacy.

"I think we're seeing the start of what could be a return to a very familiar crisis in 2020," Ankit Panda, North Korea expert at the Federation of American Scientists, told the BBC.


Entry Num:
33977
Name:
villager
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
hu78413r@naver.com
Comments:

The villager said he had dug about 90cm (3ft) below the surface when his shovel hit the earthen pot which broke and he heard a baby crying. When he pulled out the pot, he found a baby in it.

She was first taken to the local government hospital but, two days later, she was moved to Dr Khanna's paediatric hospital which has better facilities.

Doctors said she was a premature baby, possibly born at 30 weeks, and weighed a mere 1.1kg (2.4lb) when she was brought in. She appeared visibly shrivelled, was hypothermic and had hypoglycaemia (low blood sugar).


Entry Num:
33975
Name:
parents
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
hj78wy914@naver.com
Comments:

Her parents have not been traced and she will be put up for adoption after a mandatory wait period.

For now, she is now in the custody of child welfare authorities in Bareilly district, in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh.

She was found accidentally by a villager who was burying his own daughter, who was stillborn. Hindus generally cremate their dead, but babies and young children are often buried.


Entry Num:
33972
Name:
Khanna
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
hu788r2r8@naver.com
Comments:

It's not known how long the baby lay buried under ground and doctors say they can only guess how she survived.

Dr Khanna said she might have been buried as long as "three to four days, surviving on her brown fat". Babies are born with fat on their abdomen, thigh and cheek and they can survive on it in an emergency for some time.

But other experts give a more conservative estimate - they say she could have been only buried for "two to three hours" and might have survived for "another hour or two" if she hadn't been rescued.


Entry Num:
33959
Name:
Marco
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zuztv62r8@naver.com
Comments:

Everton manager Marco Silva faces the sack, with the club's board expected to decide his future on Thursday - and former boss David Moyes under consideration as an interim replacement.

Silva has already survived one round of emergency talks among the club's hierarchy after the home loss to Norwich City on 23 November but it is increasingly unlikely he will be spared a second time after the humiliating 5-2 thrashing in the Merseyside derby at Anfield left Everton in the relegation zone.


Entry Num:
33958
Name:
premature
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
hj78rh39@naver.com
Comments:

A premature newborn baby found buried alive in a clay pot in northern India has fully recovered, her doctor says.

She was brought to hospital in a critical condition, suffering from septicaemia and a dangerously low platelet count in mid-October.

She has now gained weight and breathing and platelet counts are normal, her paediatrician Ravi Khanna told the BBC.


Entry Num:
33955
Name:
Officials
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
hu782hwr8@naver.com
Comments:

parents.

They said they believed her parents were complicit in her burial, because even after the case was widely publicised, no-one came forward to claim her.

Officials have not speculated on possible motives, but India's gender ratio is one of the worst in the world. Women are often discriminated against socially and girls are seen as a financial burden, especially among poor communities.

Although most unwanted female foetuses are aborted with help from illegal sex determination clinics, cases of baby girls being killed after birth are not uncommon either.


Entry Num:
33950
Name:
Portuguese
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zu1w5wy818@naver.com
Comments:

The 42-year-old Portuguese was asked about his future in the aftermath of Everton's eighth defeat in 11 games and said: "I am not the right person to talk about this situation. You are asking me and I don't have the answer."

The answer may be delivered on Thursday, with Silva increasingly unlikely to be in charge for Saturday's game against Chelsea at Goodison Park.

If he goes, and in the unlikely event Everton announce a long-term replacement, 56-year-old Scot Moyes is in the frame to return, after being discussed behind the scenes at Goodison Park as a temporary solution.


Entry Num:
33324
Name:
Dariogar
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
vasves@bk.ru
Comments:


Добрый день. Подскажите будет ли работать ваш домофон без трубки на базе этого. - Здравствуйте! К сожалению не подойдет и вариантов похожих для вас нет


Entry Num:
32841
Name:
rardhes
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
mitelite@eclipso.eu
Comments:

i am from Italy hello. Can you help me translate? /rardor


Entry Num:
31153
Name:
appointed
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw1uywr2r8@naver.com
Comments:

Pemsel was appointed in October, and was due to start in February, but has stood down following newspaper allegations about his private life.

The Premier League said Richard Masters will stay as interim chief executive.

Pemsel was the third person to be offered the job following the departure of ex-chief executive Richard Scudamore, who left in November 2018.


Entry Num:
31109
Name:
Basu
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zq1w1662r8@naver.com
Comments:

Mr Basu said the force will have extra police patrols across the capital.

He added that he would be going to a briefing with Prime Minister Boris Johnson, who is returning to Downing Street from his constituency.

Mr Johnson tweeted: "I want to thank the emergency services and members of the public for their immense bravery in responding to this suspected terrorist attack at London Bridge.


Entry Num:
31104
Name:
years
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw1swzwh6@naver.com
Comments:

"For almost 30 years, a Hindu man headed a department which covered the Urdu, Farsi and Arabic languages. In fact, he even had a degree which allowed him to teach the Koran," Aftab Ahmad Afaqi, head of the Urdu department, said.

"The Urdu department also has Hindu professors. Religion and language are two totally different things," he added.

Students have stopped protesting on campus - but they say that they will continue to boycott classes until the professor has been dismissed.


Entry Num:
31101
Name:
Aryan
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
z212hwr8@naver.com
Comments:

But Prof Khan's relationship with the classical language, which belongs to the Indo-Aryan group and is the root of many Indian languages, is quite personal.

"When my father decided to send me to school, he chose one that taught Sanskrit because he also studied it and loved the language. My love for it and my association with Sanskrit began when I was a young boy in school," he said.

In ancient India, Sanskrit was the main language used by scholars and was sometimes referred to as devabhasha - the language of gods. Today, it is spoken by less than 1% of Indians and is mostly used by Hindu priests during religious ceremonies.


Entry Num:
31100
Name:
campus
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
12fajdx2w38@naver.com
Comments:

The campus was the site of a fiery stand-off between activists and police - and on Thursday, with the protesters having left, the officers moved in.

They found 3,989 petrol bombs; 1,339 explosive items; 601 bottles of corrosive liquids; and 573 weapons.

The campus has now been handed back to the university management.


Entry Num:
31098
Name:
Firoz
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw913r@naver.com
Comments:

When Firoz Khan was offered his first job to teach Sanskrit literature at the prestigious Banaras Hindu University (BHU), he couldn't contain his excitement.

But it has been more than three weeks since and he is yet to conduct a single class.

As news of his appointment made the rounds across the campus on 6 November, a group of some 30 students staged a sit-in outside the vice-chancellor's office in protest.



Entry Num:
31095
Name:
protesters
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
2i5zjj19316@naver.com
Comments:

Some protesters were able to escape by climbing down ropes from a road bridge, but Elvis said it was too dangerous and he didn't want to leave others behind. He injured his leg in one attempt.

Some of his friends escaped through an underground tunnel but he said "it smelled really bad."

He was eventually taken out of university on a stretcher bed on day five, with his personal information marked down and his photo taken, before being transferred to a hospital.


Entry Num:
31092
Name:
Bridge
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw14wy914@naver.com
Comments:

London Bridge was the scene of another attack, on 3 June 2017, in which eight people were killed and many more injured.

This latest attack comes after the UK's terrorism threat level was downgraded on 4 November from "severe" to "substantial", meaning that attacks were thought to be "likely" rather than "highly likely".

The terror threat level is reviewed every six months by the Joint Terrorism Analysis Centre, which makes recommendations independent of government.



Entry Num:
31081
Name:
restaurant
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw169urh39@naver.com
Comments:

"We were told to keep away from the windows, people that came from the outside were saying that shots were fired."

She said the manager ran to lock the doors and staff told people to move away from the front of the restaurant.

She said the mood was "calm", "some people seem a bit distressed, but they're being looked after by friends or staff".


Entry Num:
31078
Name:
London
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw1515zwy818@naver.com
Comments:

Amanda Hunter, who was on a bus on London Bridge at the time, said: "All of a sudden [it] stopped and there was some commotion and I looked out the window and I just saw these three police officers going over to a man…

"It seemed like there was something in his hand, I'm not 100% sure. But then one of the police officers shot him."

Noa Bodner, who is stuck in a restaurant on London Bridge, told BBC News channel: "There was a rush of people coming in and everybody basically dived under the tables.


Entry Num:
31046
Name:
teargas
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
2223z3jhr8@naver.com
Comments:

"Many people were caught. We tried to escape three times but kept failing because the police kept firing teargas and rubber bullets at us. I don't think they wanted us to leave. It was a nightmare. There were blood everywhere."


Entry Num:
30918
Name:
kpopstar
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw1swz986@naver.com
Comments:

This week the cry for harsher penalties turned into an outright roar after the suspected suicide of K-pop star Goo Hara.

Goo Hara was K-pop royalty. She was one of the country's most prominent female stars who rose to fame in the all-female group Kara. But the last year of her career was overshadowed by events off the stage.

In September last year she filed a lawsuit against her ex-boyfriend Choi Jong-bum after she claimed he threatened to damage her career by exposing a video of the couple having sex.


Entry Num:
30913
Name:
accidentally
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw1wr2r8@naver.com
Comments:

She had accidentally run into the culprit on her way to the hospital. In a panic she phoned the hospital's union representative who taped the call. She appears unable to breathe and her voice is barely audible.

"Just come out, just leave the hospital now," urges the union representative.

Her fear is palpable.

"I just can't. I can't. I'm afraid I will run into him again," she manages to say before handing the phone to another nurse.

The encounter, her parents say, caused such anguish that it made her feel she would never be free of the perpetrator.



Entry Num:
30911
Name:
Earlierthis
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
z2126azwr8@naver.com
Comments:

Earlier this month the man, whom we cannot name for legal reasons, was sent to prison for ten months. Prosecutors had asked for a two year sentence. The maximum penalty for illegal filming is five years.

Eun-ju's parents have decided to appeal against the decision.

"People don't take it seriously," Mr Lee told me. "The sentencing is so light."

"Even two years would have been so little," said Mrs Lee. "Now, as a parent of someone who's been a victim of it, ten months is not enough."


Entry Num:
30910
Name:
harakoo
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
hara1tt913r@naver.com
Comments:

It was around 1am, and she had called her dad yet again after waking in terror from another nightmare.

A few days later she would take her own life.

Eun-ju, not her real name, was a victim of South Korea's so called spy camera epidemic. Her colleague at a major hospital in the south of the country had drilled a hole to place a tiny camera in one of the ladies changing rooms. When he was caught upskirting a woman, police seized his phone and found illicit footage of four victims.

Her parents played me a phone call Eun-ju had made in her final days, which they believe shows the effect this had on their daughter's mental health.


Entry Num:
30908
Name:
Alawhas
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zq112r8@naver.com
Comments:

A law has been passed in Sudan dissolving the party of ousted former president Omar al-Bashir.

Mr Bashir seized power in a 1989 coup and ruled for almost three decades, until he was overthrown by a protest movement in April.

The country's transitional authorities also repealed a public order law that was used to police women's behaviour.

Both measures responded to key demands of the protest movement, which aims to dismantle Mr Bashir's regime.

Sudan is currently led by a joint military and civilian council, as well as a civilian-led cabinet headed by Prime Minister Abdalla Hamdok.


Entry Num:
30905
Name:
PrimeMinister
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw14y914@naver.com
Comments:

Prime Minister Hamdok tweeted: "The laws of public order and public morals were a tool of exploitation, humiliation, violation - violation of the rights of citizens, and a violation of the dignity of the people.

"I send a tribute to the young men and women of my country who have endured the horrors of the application of these laws."

On 25 November, Sudan held its first march in decades for the International Day for Eliminating Violence Against Women.

Women were at the forefront of the movement that toppled Mr Bashir.


Entry Num:
30899
Name:
Dissolving
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw1515y818@naver.com
Comments:

Dissolving Mr Bashir's National Congress Party (NCP) means that the authorities can seize the party's assets. The decree confirmed that a committee would be formed to do this.

This, Mr Hamdok tweeted, is so they can "retrieve the stolen wealth of the people of Sudan".

The decree also said "none of the symbols of the regime or party would be allowed to engage in any political activity for 10 years".


Entry Num:
30898
Name:
controversial
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zw169ur139@naver.com
Comments:

A controversial public order law that severely curtailed women's rights in Sudan was also repealed.

Activists said under the oppressive regulation, based on particularly harsh interpretations of Islamic Sharia law, women were arrested for attending private parties or wearing trousers.

Rights activists say thousands of women were arrested and flogged for indecency every year, and laws were applied arbitrarily.


Entry Num:
30862
Name:
Assistant
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
jj5e9wioz0@naver.com
Comments:

Assistant Commissioner Rob Beckley, who was in overall command of Operation Resolve - the criminal inquiry into the disaster, acknowledged the jury "had a difficult and challenging task".

"It is right that an impartial and thorough investigation was carried out, and it is right that a jury was asked to make a judgement of the facts. What is wrong is that it has taken 30 years to get to this point.

"Thirty years means myths took root about fans being a cause of the disaster, now unequivocally shown by both defence and prosecution evidence to be wrong. And 30 years means many people, especially families, have had to constantly relive their terrible experience."


Entry Num:
30861
Name:
acquittal
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
jj15oi1z8@naver.com
Comments:

"While words will never bring back those lost on Mt Erebus this day 40 years ago, I would like to express regret on behalf of Air New Zealand for the accident which took the lives of 257 passengers and crew."

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern also used the day to give a first full apology by a New Zealand government.

"This apology is whole hearted and wide reaching," she said. "We will never know your grief, but I know the time has come to say I am sorry."


Entry Num:
30860
Name:
spokeswoman
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
13hgj1z5a@naver.com
Comments:

The CPS spokeswoman said: "The disaster at Hillsborough 30 years ago has caused unimaginable suffering to the families of those who sadly lost their lives and to everybody affected by the tragic events of that day."

"It is important to remember that criminal proceedings have a very different purpose to an inquest."

Liverpool FC said it shared "the reactions and frustrations by the families today and those affected by the Hillsborough tragedy".

"The journey that reached today's stage, and will continue, is testament to the perseverance and determination of all involved in the ongoing campaign for justice," the club said.


Entry Num:
30858
Name:
Foraperson
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
jj12f6523@naver.com
Comments:

For a person to be found guilty of gross negligence manslaughter the prosecution has to prove that he - or she - owed a duty of care to the victim and negligently breached it.

It also must be proved that it could be foreseen the breach would give rise to an obvious risk of death, that it caused the death and - most challenging of all - that the circumstances of the breach were so reprehensible as to justify the conclusion that it amounted to gross negligence and required criminal sanction.

That sets the bar very high for the prosecution.

The defendant's conduct must fall so far below the standard to be expected of a reasonably competent and careful person in the defendant's position, that it was something truly, exceptionally bad.


Entry Num:
30856
Name:
prosecution
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
jj12d33g17r8@naver.com
Comments:

The prosecution alleged Mr Duckenfield had a "personal responsibility" for what happened at the match.

The court heard he had ordered the opening of exit gates at the Leppings Lane end of the ground at 14:52 BST on 15 April 1989 - eight minutes before kick-off, after the area outside the turnstiles became dangerously overcrowded.

More than 2,000 fans then entered through exit gate C, with many heading for the tunnel ahead of them, which led to the central pens of the terrace where the crush happened.


Entry Num:
30850
Name:
MrDuckenfield
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
5jj6zaqz@naver.com
Comments:

Mr Duckenfield's wife, Ann, went over to comfort her husband in the courtroom after the verdict was read out.

The former match commander's solicitor, Ian Lewis, said: "David is of course relieved that the jury has found him not guilty, however his thoughts and sympathies remain with the families of those who lost their loved ones.

"He understands the public interest in this case, but would ask that his privacy and that of his family is respected, and will not be commenting further."


Entry Num:
30839
Name:
Hillsborough
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
2i5jj19316@naver.com
Comments:

Hillsborough match commander David Duckenfield has been found not guilty of the gross negligence manslaughter of 95 Liverpool fans in the 1989 disaster.

The former South Yorkshire Police chief superintendent, 75, was in charge of the FA Cup semi-final in which 96 fans were fatally injured.

Men, women and children were crushed on the Leppings Lane terrace.


Entry Num:
30834
Name:
JadonSancho
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
12fadx2w38@naver.com
Comments:

Jadon Sancho drops his schoolbag and sits down. His white shirt - sleeves rolled up and blazer discarded - hangs from his 14-year-old shoulders. His burgundy-and-gold tie is knotted loosely around his neck. He and his team-mates from Watford's under-15s have been excused from their classrooms and, one by one, called into one of the school's small upstairs offices.


Entry Num:
30829
Name:
Duetothe
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
3wzjj13z11@naver.com
Comments:

Due to the law at the time, there can be no prosecution over the death of the 96th victim, Tony Bland.

This is because he died more than a year and a day after his injuries were caused.

The jury at Mr Duckenfield's original trial earlier this year failed to agree a verdict.

There were gasps in court as the seven women and three men on the jury returned the verdict, following 13 hours and 43 minutes of discussions.


Entry Num:
30806
Name:
Theircoach
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
22233jhr8@naver.com
Comments:

Their coach, Louis Lancaster, is there to meet his players and discuss their ambitions. When asked what he wants from football, Sancho's reply comes without hesitation. "I want to play for England, and I want to play for one of Europe's top clubs," he says. "I want my family to be proud of me.


Entry Num:
30721
Name:
success
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
trtrawzjg2r8@naver.com
Comments:

A college dropout who makes a living by painting houses, Ravi Kumar says he's not giving up - he is preparing to appeal against the high court ruling and has also written to the Indian president seeking his help.

"The high court says there is no need for me to have a certificate, but there is," he insists. "When the government issues religion or caste certificates to people, I too have the right to have a certificate that identifies me as an atheist. I'm also a citizen of this country."


Entry Num:
30720
Name:
President
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
stswz9851@naver.com
Comments:

Sitting at his two-room home in Tohana, about 250km (155 miles) from the capital, Delhi, he shows me his "most prized possession" - a certificate that says he belongs to "no caste, no religion and no God".

Issued on 29 April on a Haryana government letterhead, it is signed by a local Tohana official.


Entry Num:
30717
Name:
Turkey
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
4thyy914@naver.com
Comments:

With only days before next week's brief Nato summit outside London, this row between France and Turkey is the last thing the alliance needs.

It illustrates how events in north-eastern Syria are straining relations within Nato. President Macron has repeatedly criticised both Washington's abrupt withdrawal of support for the Kurds and Turkey's related offensive into Syria - two strategic decisions that were taken without consulting other Nato allies.


Entry Num:
30716
Name:
Turkey
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
buytt913r8@naver.com
Comments:

Turkey, for its part, sees France as far too friendly towards the Kurds. It wants Nato as a whole to back its position in Syria. Above all this episode underscores Turkey's drift away from Nato and the West. Its purchase of a sophisticated Russian air defence system is an extraordinary step for a Nato ally.

The problem is that Turkey's size and geographical position make it an important, albeit for many a troublesome, player in Nato despite some analysts questioning if it really should be in the alliance at all.


Entry Num:
30713
Name:
Turkey
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
tts6azwr8@naver.com
Comments:

On Turkey, he said he respected its security interests after it suffered "many terrorist attacks on its soil".

But he added: "One cannot on one hand say that we are allies, and with respect to this demand our solidarity; and on the other hand, put its allies in the face of a military offensive done as a 'fait accompli' which endangers the action of the coalition against Islamic State, which Nato is part of."


Entry Num:
30709
Name:
Macron
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
trtzwr2r8@naver.com
Comments:

Mr Macron was speaking at a news conference with Nato Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, in the week before alliance leaders meet in the UK for its 70th anniversary.

In a 7 November interview, Mr Macron stressed what he saw as a waning commitment to the transatlantic alliance by its main guarantor, the US. Allies said at the time they disagreed with his assessment.


Entry Num:
30707
Name:
reporters
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
9z3wa12r8@naver.com
Comments:

Stromboli is the most remote of Italy’s seven Aeolian Islands. This summer, two major explosions shook the island, killing an Italian hiker and causing 70 people to be evacuated. Still, 300 residents chose to live directly under one of the world’s most active volcanoes and love this magnetic island.

Video by Anna Bressanin, Ilya Shnitser, Elisabetta Abrami. Music by Carlo Purpura


Entry Num:
30698
Name:
more
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
29z19ur139@naver.com
Comments:

Addressing reporters in parliament on Thursday, Mr Cavusoglu said: "He [Macron] is already the sponsor of the terrorist organisation and constantly hosts them at the Elysee. If he says his ally is the terrorist organisation... there is really nothing more to say.

"Right now, there is a void in Europe, [Macron] is trying to be its leader, but leadership comes naturally."


Entry Num:
30691
Name:
Syria
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
z223iy818@naver.com
Comments:

Earlier on Thursday, Mr Macron said he stood by comments made three weeks ago when he described Nato as "brain dead".

He said members of the alliance needed a "wake-up call" as they were no longer co-operating on a range of key issues.

He also criticised Nato's failure to respond to the military offensive by Turkey in northern Syria.


Entry Num:
30690
Name:
bring
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
11k8oi1z8@naver.com
Comments:

"While words will never bring back those lost on Mt Erebus this day 40 years ago, I would like to express regret on behalf of Air New Zealand for the accident which took the lives of 257 passengers and crew."

Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern also used the day to give a first full apology by a New Zealand government.

"This apology is whole hearted and wide reaching," she said. "We will never know your grief, but I know the time has come to say I am sorry."


Entry Num:
30687
Name:
Zealand
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
18er9wioz0@naver.com
Comments:

In 2009, Air New Zealand issued a first apology - although only for its behaviour in the aftermath, not for the actual accident itself.

But on this year's anniversary, the airline finally issued that full apology that so many people felt was overdue.

"I apologise on behalf of an airline which 40 years ago failed in its duty of care to its passengers and staff," the airline's chairwoman Therese Walsh said at the commemorations at government house in Auckland.


Entry Num:
30686
Name:
carriers
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
13hgz5a@naver.com
Comments:

The airline had very much been a source of pride for the country - as national carriers are, it was part of the fabric of how New Zealand saw itself on the global stage. But over the years, the overwhelming consensus became that the airline had indeed been at fault and not the pilot team.

It never ran the Antarctic flights again - though one private airline does cover the sightseeing route from Australia.

At the time, the crash and its aftermath were seen as "almost a sense of betrayal for people", Mr Light explains.


Entry Num:
30685
Name:
people
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zpd33g17r8@naver.com
Comments:

A train crash at Tangiwai in 1953 had left 151 people dead and the Wahine ferry disaster in 1968 had killed 51 people. The Mt Erebus crash was the third in that list and by far the deadliest.

"So you had this really interesting moment with those disasters because they really called into question that narrative of technological progress and control," Mr Light explains.

That legal battle came swiftly and was a second blow after the crash itself. New Zealanders were shocked by the failure to properly identify what had happened and by the bitter accusations.


Entry Num:
30681
Name:
brochure
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
wj11gdf6523@naver.com
Comments:

Even a promotional brochure for the scenic route had boasted of the scenery using photographs clearly taken from a way below the safe altitude.

The Royal Commission did not only find that the airline was to blame due to the mistakes in the flight path, but it also alleged that Air New Zealand had essentially tried to cover up its own responsibility: a conspiracy to blame the pilots leaving Air New Zealand morally in the clear - and also in terms of compensation payouts to the victims' relatives.

Famously, the head of the inquiry, judge Peter Mahon, described the airline's defence as "an orchestrated litany of lies" - a phrase which would stick in the national consciousness.


Entry Num:
30678
Name:
blame
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
52rzzzwzaqz@naver.com
Comments:

Putting the blame on the pilots proved controversial, though, and a second investigation was launched, this time a Royal Commission of Inquiry, New Zealand's highest level of public inquest. The results couldn't have been more different: this time, the blame landed squarely on Air New Zealand.

Yes, the plane had been well below the safe altitude - but the inquiry found that the Antarctic flights had routinely flown at such extremely low levels to provide a better view for its paying customers.


Entry Num:
30668
Name:
instead
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
1w3z6w38@naver.com
Comments:

But instead of ice and snow in the distance, what the cockpit was looking at was the mountain right ahead of them. Shortly before 1pm, the plane's proximity alarms went off. With no time to pull up, six seconds later the plane ploughed straight into the side of Mt Erebus.

After hours of waiting and confusion, the assumption back in New Zealand was that the plane must have run out of fuel. Wherever it was, it was no longer in the air.


Entry Num:
30667
Name:
population
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
2i5zkkk9316@naver.com
Comments:

The crash killed 227 passengers and 30 crew. Forty-four people were never identified during the search and recovery operations.

New Zealand's population was then only around three million people. As people said at the time, almost everyone was somehow connected to the Erebus disaster, whether through knowing a victim, a member of the many heroic recovery operations, or taking sides in the lengthy legal battle that ensued.


Entry Num:
30661
Name:
Newwz
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
ttuZwzA4@naver.com
Comments:

It remains New Zealand's worst peacetime disaster. On 28 November 1979, a sightseeing aircraft carrying 257 people crashed head-on into the side of a volcano in Antarctica.

The tragedy of flight TE901 was a shock for New Zealand, affecting almost everyone in the country in some way, and led to years of investigations and a bitter blame game.

And the legacy of the Mt Erebus disaster is still felt 40 years on.


Entry Num:
30660
Name:
tragedy
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
3wz32zw3z11@naver.com
Comments:

And the tragedy left New Zealand in shock.

"It came at a time the relatively young nation was in a crucial period of finding a new narrative for its identity," explains Rowan Light, a historian with Canterbury University.

"In the 1960s and 70s the old narrative of being a progressive outpost of the British Empire had fallen to pieces or was just not making sense any more," he says.

But the country was trying to find its feet. Technological advances were a big part of that new path, infrastructure was key to the national story of settling, conquering and gaining control over the land. And reaching out to Antarctica, about 4,500km (2,780 miles) to the south, fitted perfectly into that story.


Entry Num:
30635
Name:
rescue
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
2zw63jhr8@naver.com
Comments:

Search and rescue operations were dispatched and soon confirmed the worst fears: wreckage was spotted on Ross Island, on the lower slopes of Mt Erebus and it was clear there'd been no survivors.

"That same accident would not happen on a modern airliner," Captain Andrew Ridling, head of the New Zealand Air Line Pilots Association, told the BBC. In part, that's because of lessons learned from crashes like the one of TE901.

"The equipment today is extremely good. You've got a satellite based navigation system, so being on the wrong flight path like that would just not be possible."


Entry Num:
30590
Name:
XRumerTest
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
yourmail@gmail.com
Comments:

Hello. And Bye.


Entry Num:
30535
Name:
Diwal
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
zpd3317r8@naver.com
Comments:

"On Diwali every year my father bought a lottery ticket and prayed to the Goddess Lakshmi but he never hit the jackpot. And then one day, four boys were beating me up and I prayed to Lord Krishna for help, but he didn't come to my rescue," he says.

Sitting at his two-room home in Tohana, about 250km (155 miles) from the capital, Delhi, he shows me his "most prized possession" - a certificate that says he belongs to "no caste, no religion and no God".

Issued on 29 April on a Haryana government letterhead, it is signed by a local Tohana official.


Entry Num:
30533
Name:
college
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
52rzw46hz@naver.com
Comments:

A college dropout who makes a living by painting houses, Ravi Kumar says he's not giving up - he is preparing to appeal against the high court ruling and has also written to the Indian president seeking his help.

"The high court says there is no need for me to have a certificate, but there is," he insists. "When the government issues religion or caste certificates to people, I too have the right to have a certificate that identifies me as an atheist. I'm also a citizen of this country."

In India, you need a religion certificate only if you change your faith. And caste certificates are given to those who belong to disadvantaged groups and would like to avail of the quota in government jobs or universities.


Entry Num:
30529
Name:
Gita
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
18er9wz0@naver.com
Comments:

His mother would tell him that they worshipped Goddess Lakshmi on Diwali so that they would become prosperous, and his grandfather who had read the Hindu holy book Gita told him that Lord Krishna would save him if he was ever in trouble.

As he grew older, he says he became aware that "religion and caste differences were being used by politicians and religious leaders to fool people and prey on their weaknesses".

He tells me he hasn't visited a temple in almost 20 years and argues that the money spent on temples, mosques and other religious institutions would be better spent building schools and hospitals.


Entry Num:
30528
Name:
devout
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
11k81zl898@naver.com
Comments:

"No-one has been able to prove the existence of God," he says, adding, "because there IS no God. God is man's creation. God doesn't exist. It is just a word."

Ravi Kumar grew up in a fairly religious home: his parents and grandfather were devout Hindus who would visit temples and perform rituals on religious festivals.

"My father took me to temples and as a child I went in because I was curious to see what was there."


Entry Num:
30526
Name:
sleeve
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
132eof45a@naver.com
Comments:

Religion and religious identity dominate most aspects of life in India, especially in the past decade with an upsurge in Hindu nationalism, and most atheists keep their beliefs to themselves. Speaking out of turn can be dangerous - many complain of being shunned by friends and family and, in an extreme case in 2017, an outspoken atheist and rationalist was hacked to death in southern India.

But Ravi Kumar literally wears his belief, or the lack of it, on his sleeve, in the form of tattoos and the word atheist that he has taken on as his surname.

He also openly challenges the existence of God and, whenever an opportunity presents, he asks people to shun religion.


Entry Num:
30524
Name:
replace
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
wj115k92323@naver.com
Comments:

But once his story was reported by news channels, the officials realised that they had "exceeded their jurisdiction" - and said it was not for them to say whether God existed or not.

They asked him to return the document and promised to replace it with a modified one describing him as a caste-less atheist - which he refused.

According to census data, 33,000 Indians identify themselves as atheists - a mere handful in a country of 1.3 billion.



Entry Num:
30513
Name:
Indian
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
3wz32383zz11@naver.com
Comments:

An Indian man is fighting for the right to believe in the non-existence of God. But Ravi Kumar's quest for a document granting him legal recognition for his status has got him into trouble with the authorities. The BBC's Geeta Pandey reports from Tohana village in northern India.

With two large tattoos that declare him to be an "atheist" covering his forearms, 33-year-old Ravi Kumar says he realised there was no God when he was just six or seven.



Entry Num:
30498
Name:
Karbala
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
2i5kk9316@naver.com
Comments:

This is the second attack on an Iranian consulate in Iraq this month after an office in the Shia holy city of Karbala was targeted three weeks ago.

What's the background to the protests?

Mr Abdul Mahdi took office just over a year ago, promising reforms that have not materialised.

Young Iraqis angered by his failure to tackle high unemployment, endemic corruption and poor public services took to the streets of Baghdad for the first time at the beginning of October.

After the first wave of protests, which lasted six days and saw 149 civilians killed, Mr Abdul Mahdi promised to reshuffle his cabinet, cut the salaries of high-ranking officials, and announced schemes to reduce youth unemployment.


Entry Num:
30497
Name:
Security
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
1w333izw38@naver.com
Comments:

Security forces opened fire and used tear gas on Thursday to clear two bridges blocked by protesters. Another 70 people were injured.

Iraqis have been taking to the streets to demand more jobs, an end to corruption, and better public services.

The Iraqi military announced it was setting up military "crisis cells" to quell unrest.

The military command said an emergency unit had been created to "impose security and restore order".


Entry Num:
30469
Name:
city
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
2wzjk552br8@naver.com
Comments:

Sources told the BBC that the demonstrators in Nasiriya were now "in control" of the situation in the city and were "chasing the police in the streets and alleys."

Iraq's anti-government protests have been directed mainly at the country's political leaders.

But many of those taking part have also expressed anger at Iran's influence over Iraq's internal affairs, which has steadily grown since the US-led invasion that toppled Saddam Hussein in 2003. On Wednesday, the Iranian consulate in the city of Najaf was attacked.


Entry Num:
30424
Name:
Sittingat
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
stsz9851@naver.com
Comments:

Sitting at his two-room home in Tohana, about 250km (155 miles) from the capital, Delhi, he shows me his "most prized possession" - a certificate that says he belongs to "no caste, no religion and no God".

Issued on 29 April on a Haryana government letterhead, it is signed by a local Tohana official.


Entry Num:
30423
Name:
Withtwo
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
tts6ar8@naver.com
Comments:

With two large tattoos that declare him to be an "atheist" covering his forearms, 33-year-old Ravi Kumar says he realised there was no God when he was just six or seven.

"On Diwali every year my father bought a lottery ticket and prayed to the Goddess Lakshmi but he never hit the jackpot. And then one day, four boys were beating me up and I prayed to Lord Krishna for help, but he didn't come to my rescue," he says.


Entry Num:
30421
Name:
Butonthat
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
buyt913r8@naver.com
Comments:

But on that day in 1979, things would go very wrong.

At around noon, the pilot Capt Jim Collins flew two large loops through the clouds to bring the plane down to about 2,000ft (610m) and offer his passengers a better view. Assuming he was on the same flight path as previous flights and over the vast McMurdo Sound, he wouldn't have foreseen any problems.

On board the DC 10, people were busy taking photographs or filming in the cabin and out of the windows. Many of these photos were later found in the wreckage and could still be developed, some of them taken seconds before the crash.


Entry Num:
30417
Name:
Acollege
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
trtrajg2r8@naver.com
Comments:

A college dropout who makes a living by painting houses, Ravi Kumar says he's not giving up - he is preparing to appeal against the high court ruling and has also written to the Indian president seeking his help.

"The high court says there is no need for me to have a certificate, but there is," he insists. "When the government issues religion or caste certificates to people, I too have the right to have a certificate that identifies me as an atheist. I'm also a citizen of this country."


Entry Num:
30416
Name:
Butinstead
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
trtr2r8@naver.com
Comments:

But instead of ice and snow in the distance, what the cockpit was looking at was the mountain right ahead of them. Shortly before 1pm, the plane's proximity alarms went off. With no time to pull up, six seconds later the plane ploughed straight into the side of Mt Erebus.

After hours of waiting and confusion, the assumption back in New Zealand was that the plane must have run out of fuel. Wherever it was, it was no longer in the air.


Entry Num:
30415
Name:
Stromboli
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
935zwa12r8@naver.com
Comments:

Stromboli is the most remote of Italy’s seven Aeolian Islands. This summer, two major explosions shook the island, killing an Italian hiker and causing 70 people to be evacuated. Still, 300 residents chose to live directly under one of the world’s most active volcanoes and love this magnetic island.

Video by Anna Bressanin, Ilya Shnitser, Elisabetta Abrami. Music by Carlo Purpura


Entry Num:
30413
Name:
AirNew
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
4th914@naver.com
Comments:

Air New Zealand had started operating scenic flights over Antarctica only two years before, and they had been a great success.

What better way to spend a day than to cruise on an 11-hour non-stop round trip from Auckland down the length of the country and on to the great southern continent? The flights offered first class luxury and a stunning view over the endless ice at the edge of the world.


Entry Num:
30411
Name:
Thefirm
School:
MooreCatholic
Year in School:
9223iy818@naver.com
Comments:

The firm said it had now lifted the ban, maintaining it was due to 17-year-old Feroza Aziz's prior conduct on the app - and unrelated to Chinese politics.

Additionally, the firm said "human moderation error" was to blame for the video being taken down on Thursday for almost an hour.

TIkTok, owned by Beijing-based ByteDance, has insisted it does not apply Chinese moderation principles to its product outside of mainland China.