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24 мая, 17:07

What Trump Reveals by Calling Terrorists 'Losers'

Why is the president putting ISIS in the same category in which he places Rosie O’Donnell?

23 мая, 16:53

U.S. Begins 'Extreme Vetting' At Australian Refugee Detention Centers

function onPlayerReadyVidible(e){'undefined'!=typeof HPTrack&&HPTrack.Vid.Vidible_track(e)}!function(e,i){if(e.vdb_Player){if('object'==typeof commercial_video){var a='',o='m.fwsitesection='+commercial_video.site_and_category;if(a+=o,commercial_video['package']){var c='&m.fwkeyvalues=sponsorship%3D'+commercial_video['package'];a+=c}e.setAttribute('vdb_params',a)}i(e.vdb_Player)}else{var t=arguments.callee;setTimeout(function(){t(e,i)},0)}}(document.getElementById('vidible_1'),onPlayerReadyVidible); U.S. Homeland Security officials have begun “extreme vetting” interviews at Australia’s offshore detention centers, two sources at the camps told Reuters on Tuesday, as Washington honors a refugee swap that U.S. President Donald Trump had called “a dumb deal.” The Trump administration said last month the agreement to offer refuge to up to 1,250 asylum seekers in the centers would progress on condition that refugees satisfied strict checks. In exchange, Australia has pledged to take Central American refugees from a center in Costa Rica, where the United States has expanded intake in recent years, under the deal struck with former President Barack Obama. The first security interviews finished last week at Papua New Guinea’s Manus Island detention centre, two refugees who went through the process told Reuters. The refugees told Reuters that interviews began with an oath to God to tell the truth and then proceeded for as long as six hours, with in-depth questions on associates, family, friends and any interactions with the Islamic State militant group. “They asked about why I fled my home, why I sought asylum in Australia,” said one refugee who declined to be named, fearing it could jeopardise his application for U.S. resettlement. The security interviews are the last stage of U.S. consideration of applicants. Manus Island is one of two Australian-operated detention centres, which hold nearly 1,300 people who were intercepted trying to reach Australia by boat. Human rights groups have condemned the intercept policy and the harsh conditions of the camps. Australia says offshore processing is needed as a deterrent after thousands of people drowned at sea before the policy was introduced in 2013. A decision on the fate of the first 70 people interviewed is expected to be reached within the next month, a different source who works with refugees said. A spokesman for Australia’s immigration minister refused to comment on the resettlement process. The U.S. State Department and White House did not immediately respond to questions. U.S. President Donald Trump’s plans for extreme vetting have extended to those travelling to the United States from Muslim countries. Australia’s relationship with the new administration in Washington got off to a rocky start when Trump lambasted Australian Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull over the resettlement arrangement, which Trump labelled a “dumb deal.” Details of an acrimonious phone call between the pair soon after Trump took office made headlines around the world. Australia is one of Washington’s staunchest allies and has sent troops to fight alongside the U.S. military in conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan. The relocation of asylum seekers to the United States is designed to help Papua New Guinea and Australia proceed with the planned closure of the Manus detention centre on Oct. 31. But the fate of approximately 200 men deemed non-refugees is uncertain. Those not offered resettlement in the United States will be offered the chance to settle in Papua New Guinea or return home. Australia has already offered detainees up to $25,000 to voluntarily return home; an offer very few have taken up. (Reporting by Colin Packham; Editing by Bill Tarrant) -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

23 мая, 02:56

Fatal blast at concert in England

LONDON — Several people have died following an explosion Monday night at an Ariana Grande concert in northern England, police and witnesses said. The singer was not injured, according to a representative.There were no immediate details of what happened during the concert by the American singer, but witnesses reported hearing two loud bangs coming from near the arena's bars."A huge bomb-like bang went off that hugely panicked everyone and we were all trying to flee the arena," concertgoer Majid Khan, 22, told Britain's Press Association. "It was one bang and essentially everyone from the other side of the arena where the bang was heard from suddenly came running towards us as they were trying to exit."Added Oliver Jones, 17: "The bang echoed around the foyer of the arena and people started to run."Video from inside the arena showed concertgoers screaming as they made their way out amid a sea of pink balloons.Police advised the public to avoid the area around the Manchester Arena, and the train station near the arena, Victoria Station, was evacuated and all trains canceled.Joseph Carozza, a representative from Grande's U.S. record label, said the singer is OK and they are investigating what happened.The Dangerous Woman Tour is the third concert tour by Grande to support her third studio album, Dangerous Woman. The tour began on February 3 in Phoenix, Arizona at the Talking Stick Resort Arena.From Manchester the tour is to move through Europe, including Belgium, Poland, Germany, Switzerland and France, through the summer with stops in Brazil, Chile, Argentina, Costa Rica, Mexico and on to Japan, Thailand, the Philippines, New Zealand, Australia and more.

19 мая, 18:28

As Global Policy Moves To Expand Digital Rights, U.S Faces Crucial Fight Over Equal Access To The Internet

By: Karin Deutsch Karlekar and Christopher Hamlin In 2013, inventor of the internet Tim Berners Lee reflected, “When you make something universal … it can be used for good things or nasty things … we just have to make sure it's not undercut by any large companies or governments trying to use it and get total control.” In what seemed like a momentary delay of his prediction—and a win for internet freedom advocates—in late April, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit denied the telecommunications industry’s request for an appeal of a 2016 decision that upheld the net neutrality regulatory framework. In 2015, the Federal Communications Commission (FCC) had reclassified the internet as a utility much like regular phone service (where, for instance, the phone company can’t block a call because they don’t like the caller). This allowed for stronger enforcement of existing net neutrality rules that prevent internet service providers (ISPs) such as Comcast, Verizon, and AT&T from arbitrarily price-gouging or discriminating against legal content, users, or platforms by slowing or preventing access to them. The landmark ruling is now under threat as the FCC—under its newly appointed chair, former Verizon lawyer Ajit Pai—took an important vote on May 18 to weaken federal oversight of ISPs by no longer applying the Title II “common carrier” classification of the Communications Act to ISPs. This proposed fast-track roll-back of the 2015 protections represents the latest move by the new administration to strip consumer internet access and privacy protections adopted in the Obama years, which included preventing ISPs from selling your browsing history without permission and expanding broadband subsidies for the poor. Pai’s adamant predisposition against a more enforceable framework for net neutrality is concerning, and he may have violated a legal statute by taking an FCC policy position before allowing a public comment period. Despite the traditional U.S. role as an advocate for individual freedoms around the world, the FCC’s reversal on this issue is also at odds with modern global attitudes and governance on the right to unrestricted, affordable digital access. A 2014 CIGI-Ipsos survey of 23,376 internet users from 24 countries found that 83 percent of them believe that affordable access to the internet should be a basic human right. In 2016, this evolving consensus was enshrined by the United Nations Human Rights Council as a non-binding resolution, which denounced “measures to intentionally prevent or disrupt access to or dissemination of information online” as a human rights violation, given that “the same rights people have offline must also be protected online.” This includes the right to freedom of expression under Article 19 of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Governments across the developing and developed world have already begun to codify this concept domestically or to invest in projects that operationalize it. Germany, Costa Rica, Estonia, Finland, France, Greece, and Spain have all had some form of legal right to broadband access for years. That says nothing of the multitude of nations with laws to protect net neutrality, including the European Union. Most recently, in March, the Indian state of Kerala declared that access to the internet is a basic human right, promising to provide free access to all its citizens. This promise is increasingly easier to make as privately funded projects such as Google’s Project Loon partner with governments to provide affordable, universal internet access to its citizens through the use of high altitude balloons. At the same time, Facebook’s Free Basics application has brought free internet to 25 million people across the world. However, last February, India’s telecom regulator banned the free Facebook application over concerns that it undermined net neutrality by favoring certain services over others. Along this vein, it is interesting to consider that China consistently outpaces democratic India in providing its citizens internet access, yet it also consistently ranks as one of the most oppressive on internet freedom indexes. This begs the questions: Can internet access truly be considered a fundamental right—affording the respective essential benefits to be labeled as such—if it means sacrificing uncensored access to all legal content? And what constitutes a healthy regulatory relationship between the governments and ISPs that determine that balance? Chairman Pai contends, alongside ISP giants, that regulating the telecommunications industry like a utility makes it less attractive to investment, resulting in telecom cutbacks on the capital expenditure that bridges the digital divide by allowing them to build out infrastructure to low income and rural neighborhoods. Addressing this reasoning, industry leaders of the Internet Association, including Facebook, Google, and Amazon, have instead underscored net neutrality’s importance to the competition and innovation of their industry. They have also pointed to evidence that shows many ISPs have actually expanded their investment in network infrastructure build-out and innovative technologies like fiber optics, while those that decreased investment had been undergoing major restructuring deals. Perhaps it should also come as no surprise then that last month more than 800 tech start-ups made the case to Chairman Pai that gutting the legal framework preventing service discrimination impedes not only consumer choice, but also their ability to “start a business, immediately reach a worldwide customer base, and disrupt an entire industry” through the unfettered marketplace of ideas. This echoes arguments of free expression advocates, including PEN America, who believe Americans stand to lose essential capabilities for free expression and critical information sharing. Having taken part in the large-scale 2014 advocacy campaigns that persuaded the FCC to reclassify net neutrality protections in the first place, PEN America is concerned that telecom giants may once again receive the discretionary legal power to scrutinize information in their networks and discriminate against the delivery of certain content or its creators. Equally concerning is the potential creation of “pay-to-play” slow and fast lanes, in which only those willing to pay a premium to have their content reach its audience will enjoy that unrestricted right. The right to know, to free expression, and to association are core freedoms that are put in jeopardy through the creation of this power dynamic. It has the potential to establish a system of privatized censorship that restricts the flow of free thought necessary to the work of the writers and readers that PEN represents. Over the past half decade, the internet has become such an internationally recognized foundation for expression, as well as political and commercial interaction, that it has broached the realm of essential “public commodities” such as water, electricity, or telephone service. Allowing private industry to selectively inhibit citizens’ ability to use that commodity is detrimental to standards of living in many modern societies, and moderate government regulation may therefore be inherently necessary to protect its citizens’ democratized access to it. The current administration can stay on the path of newly established international norms—and even rise to lead their continued modernization—or inch closer to the trend of authoritarian governments of crafting policy frameworks that serve to limit access. As the FCC vote represents the first step in this anti-democratic process, we reiterate the call not to reverse the gains made in ensuring equal access to this essential means of communication and interaction. -- This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on a website.

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16 мая, 02:01

Drug money destroying swaths of forest in Central America – study

Cocaine traffickers’ efforts to launder profits by creating agricultural land results in loss of millions of acres, researchers sayCocaine traffickers attempting to launder their profits are responsible for the disappearance of millions of acres of tropical forest across large swaths of Central America, according to a report.The study, published on Tuesday in the journal Environmental Research Letters, found that drug trafficking was responsible for up to 30% of annual deforestation in Nicaragua, Honduras and Guatemala, turning biodiverse forest into agricultural land. Continue reading...

10 мая, 10:48

Восточная половина «Огненного Кольца» оживает. ‘Big One’ придет 10 мая?

Называемый японцами как «Посланник из Морского Божьего дворца», гигантский сельдяной король обычно живет на глубине ниже 3000 футов

09 мая, 13:49

Costa Rica Gdp From Transport

Gdp From Transport in Costa Rica increased to 266028.60 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 259431.70 CRC Million in the third quarter of 2016. Gdp From Transport in Costa Rica averaged 167317.09 CRC Million from 1991 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 274941.80 CRC Million in the second quarter of 2016 and a record low of 116373.60 CRC Million in the third quarter of 1997. This page provides - Costa Rica Gdp From Transport- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

09 мая, 13:48

Costa Rica Gdp From Public Administration

Gdp From Public Administration in Costa Rica increased to 268219.60 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 268189.80 CRC Million in the third quarter of 2016. Gdp From Public Administration in Costa Rica averaged 217706.90 CRC Million from 1991 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 268219.60 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 and a record low of 181830.10 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 1991. This page provides - Costa Rica Gdp From Public Administration- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

09 мая, 13:47

Costa Rica Gdp From Mining

Gdp From Mining in Costa Rica increased to 31012.53 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 15262.48 CRC Million in the third quarter of 2016. Gdp From Mining in Costa Rica averaged 17065.86 CRC Million from 1991 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 33335.69 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2008 and a record low of 11813.81 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 1996. This page provides - Costa Rica Gdp From Mining- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

09 мая, 13:45

Costa Rica Gdp From Manufacturing

Gdp From Manufacturing in Costa Rica increased to 871367.80 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 831677.20 CRC Million in the third quarter of 2016. Gdp From Manufacturing in Costa Rica averaged 670256.84 CRC Million from 1991 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 871367.80 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 and a record low of 391480.90 CRC Million in the second quarter of 1991. This page provides - Costa Rica Gdp From Manufacturing- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

09 мая, 13:44

Costa Rica Gdp From Construction

Gdp From Construction in Costa Rica increased to 327549.80 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 313400.30 CRC Million in the third quarter of 2016. Gdp From Construction in Costa Rica averaged 212430.62 CRC Million from 1991 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 356172.60 CRC Million in the third quarter of 2015 and a record low of 77355 CRC Million in the first quarter of 1991. This page provides - Costa Rica Gdp From Construction- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

08 мая, 19:15

Costa Rica Gdp From Agriculture

Gdp From Agriculture in Costa Rica increased to 327273.20 CRC Million in the fourth quarter of 2016 from 310006.20 CRC Million in the third quarter of 2016. Gdp From Agriculture in Costa Rica averaged 254548.60 CRC Million from 1991 until 2016, reaching an all time high of 342736.10 CRC Million in the first quarter of 2014 and a record low of 144790.40 CRC Million in the third quarter of 1991. This page provides - Costa Rica Gdp From Agriculture- actual values, historical data, forecast, chart, statistics, economic calendar and news.

05 мая, 22:18

От чего зависит продолжительность жизни

Группа ученых-геронтологов объехала весь мир с целью собрать информацию об образе жизни людей, перешагнувших вековой рубеж. Вывод оказался неожиданным: несмотря на радикально различающиеся биографии, у всех долгожителей есть несколько общих правил!Этот вывод укладывается в известную гипотезу российских ученых о том, что старение — генетически запрограммированный процесс. И стареем мы не просто так, а потому что в нас специально заложена соответствующая биологическая функция. И, раз старение — это биологическая программа, то она должна быть управляема, должны существовать факторы, ускоряющие и замедляющие старение. Для исследования ученые выделили так называемые «голубые зоны»: территории, на которых долгожители среднестатистически встречаются чаще, чем в развитых странах. В этот список попали остров Окинава (Япония), остров Сардиния (Италия), остров Икария (Греция), Коста-Рика и один из районов Калифорнии (США).Такие разные климатические условия и культурные особенности, казалось бы, должны привести к принципиальным отличиям между долгожителями. Однако выяснилось, что между ними много общего! И это в очередной раз подтверждает правоту гипотезы о запрограммированном старении. Если у старения, как программы, есть регуляторы, то они должны быть универсальными и не зависеть, скажем, от географии.Считается, что продолжительность жизни напрямую зависит от уровня материального достатка. Состоятельные люди по идее должны жить дольше, так как имеют доступ к качественным продуктам, медицине и не занимаются тяжелым физическим трудом. Однако исследование показывает обратное.Выяснилось, что на Окинаве дольше всех живут самые простые люди: рыбаки, всю жизнь занимавшиеся физическим трудом и питавшиеся простой пищей: рыбой и рисом. При этом бабушки и дедушки острова Окинава отличаются недюжинным здоровьем. Отдельного внимания стоит местное понятие «икигай» (примерный перевод — «предназначение»). Определяет свой икигай каждый житель Окинавы задолго до старости. Икигай может быть общением с людьми, может — профессиональной деятельностью, может — творчеством. Следование своему икигай наполняет жизнь стариков смыслом.«Скорость старения связана с психологическими и социальными аспектами поведения людей, распознаваемыми мозгом, который, в зависимости от получаемых сигналов, может ускорять или замедлять работу программы старения. Раз регуляция в принципе возможна, то скорость старения „полезных бабушек“ должна быть существенно меньшей, чем у „вредных“. Пока мы не знаем, как устроена эта регуляция. Тут, возможно, есть хорошие перспективы для разработки митовитанов, альтернативных SkQ. Для управления этим процессом даже необязательно знать в деталях, как он устроен. Можно попробовать „обмануть“ свою природу именно при помощи тех самых социально-психологических сигналов. Другими словами, надо заставить наш организм думать, что он „полезный дедушка“, а не вредный. И тогда скорость старения должна автоматически замедлиться»Среди всех стран Латинской Америки Коста-Рика — лидер по количеству долгожителей. И опять же, все они — простые рабочие, которые едят одну и ту же пищу (без соли и специй) с детства и до глубокой старости.В средиземноморской Греции, на острове Икария, время течет размеренно и плавно. Здесь абсолютно равнодушны к материальному, а рацион жителей состоит из рыбы, морепродуктов, овощей и фруктов. Обилие в рационе омега-3 полиненасыщенных кислот объясняет тот факт, что преодолевшие вековой рубеж жители Икарии выглядят, максимум, на 80 лет.Еще одно место обитания долгожителей — остров Сардиния. Все старики здесь вовлечены в общественную и семейную жизнь. Преодолев столетний рубеж, они сохраняют физическую и умственную активность. Местные долгожители — это люди, которые любят жизнь и всегда при деле.Получается, что «голубые зоны» долгожителей — это феномен скорее социально-психологический, чем географический. Тот факт, что определенным образом жизни и психологическим настроем можно замедлить старение, по мнению академика В.П. Скулачева, доказывает, что мы имеем дело не со случайным процессом, а с биологической программой.Но как же быть, если темп жизни далек от размеренного ритма жителя Сардинии или Икарии? Существуют ли непсихологические способы для замедления работы этой программы? Как оказалось, российские биологи уже давно ведут активную исследовательскую работу и сумели создать вещество, способное воздействовать на основную причину старения — свободные радикалы. Ученые назвали его SkQ. Это антиоксидант, способный проникнуть в самое труднодоступное место нашего организма — митохондрии, где он нейтрализует свободные радикалы, не давая им распространиться и нанести вред другим частям клетки и ее соседям. Подобное не под силу обычным антиоксидантам.Хочется верить, что уже наши дети будут смотреть фильмы про долгожителей с удивлением: «Дожить до 100 лет? Что в этом такого?»

03 мая, 20:41

Ким Зигфельд на линии из марта 2013 года.

Доказательства того, что современная Россия – это зло, можно увидеть повсюду, куда ни глянь. В самый день годовщины речи Рейгана, Россия пришла на помощь кровавому сирийскому психопату Башару Асаду, заявив на весь мир, что он не блефует, когда говорит о своем намерении остаться у власти, и отказавшись добавить свой голос к мировому хору стран, требующих, чтобы он ушел. До этого Россия агрессивно защищала кровавых диктаторов Египта и Ливии. Еще раньше российские войска ворвались в Грузию, российские кибератаки обрушились на Эстонию, а российские энергетический шантаж погрузил Украину во мрак. Уровень умышленных убийств в России вдвое выше, чем в Соединенных Штатах, и почти в десять раз выше, чем в Британии и Канаде, зато наравне с такими странами, как Коста-Рика и Либерия. Даже бесчувственные российские циники были удивлены, когда это кровавое безумие проявилось и среди танцовщиков Большого театра – ведущего культурного института России.Британская прыгунья Джейд Джонсон (Jade Johnson) осудила решение провести Чемпионат мира по легкой атлетике в России. Она считает возмутительным, что эта честь воздается стране с такой позорной историей мошенничества.Когда в Техасе от естественных причин умер усыновленный в России мальчик по имени Мак Шатто (Max Shatto), орда путинских ненавистников Америки, исходя слюной, радостно выскочила вперед с клеветническими обвинениями в убийстве еще до того, как что-то стало известно. Как вы можете видеть, антиамериканская злоба в путинской России жива и процветает, несмотря на четыре года «перезагрузки», которую проводил Обама.Не стоит забывать и о поразительном интервью главы российского Центрального банка Сергея Игнатьева, опубликованном 20 феврале в газете «Ведомости» - российском аналоге Wall Street Journal - и проиллюстрированном большой фотографией паука-кровососа в центре гигантской и зловещей сети.Одна картинка, как известно, стоит тысячи слов, а сопровождающая статью диаграмма впечатляет даже больше, чем этот паук. Путинская Россия остается империей злаВсе было так хорошо, и поссорились со всем миром из-за какого-то Крыма.

01 мая, 06:25

‘Iron Fist’: 10 Actors Who Would Have Been Perfect as Danny Rand

Marvel's 'Iron Fist' series on Netflix has been mired in controversy over its casting. These actors could have fixed that problem.

30 апреля, 08:00

Sunday’s best TV: Line of Duty; The Durrells; Escape to Costa Rica

Jed Mercurio’s magnificent corruption drama concludes, The Durrells continues to amuse and environmental journalist Gaia Vince explores the wildlife haven of Costa Rica.In the first in this new series, environmental journalist Gaia Vince explores Costa Rica, home to more than 500,000 species of animal and currently the most sustainable country in the world. It should be completely carbon neutral by 2021, thanks to its national grid being sustained by natural resources such as rivers and volcanoes. Vince meets the president and also joins scientists who are helping to preserve the country’s forests. Ben Arnold Continue reading...

25 апреля, 16:50

DG Azevêdo: E-commerce can help to improve livelihoods and boost development

Speaking at the first Ministerial Meeting of the “Friends of E-Commerce for Development” (Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Kenya, Mexico, Nigeria, Pakistan, Sri Lanka and Uruguay) on 25 April, Director-General Roberto Azevêdo said that many members want to set a path forward for discussions on e-commerce, with a view to ensuring that e-commerce supports growth and development in the years to come. “Engagement is high,” he said, but if members want to make progress, they will have to turn that engagement into “real proposals”.

21 апреля, 22:00

«Эта страна может предложить туристам многое»: как живется в самых гостеприимных странах мира

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