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29 марта, 15:04

Как должна выглядеть спальня!

Джон Такурей – фотограф из Южной Африки. Джон очень мало времени проводит у себя в спальне, зато много времени проводит в спальнях других людей.Не спешите делать выводы о его морали. Дело в том, что Джон является автором фотопроекта My Room Project в рамках которого фотограф снимает спальни людей из разных стран. Идея возникла как шутка, когда Джон снимал спальню друзей в Париже. Однако она показалась ему интересной и вот, спустя 6 лет у фотографа скопилось более тысячи фотографий спален людей из 55 стран мира, от России до Мексики, от Японии до Непала. Джон ведет строгий отбор и в объектив его камеры попадают только спальни людей рожденных в 80-е и 90-е года. Так фотограф хочет запечатлеть быт одного поколения. Причем фотограф не только снимает спальню, но и расспрашивает хозяина о себе, о работе, об образе жизни и образовании, любви и религии. К выходу готовится новая книга My Room Project, где будут отражены все фото и все интервью.Спальня Иезекииля из Кении, 22-летнего война своего племени.Школьник Марчелло (18 лет) из Ла-Паса, Боливия.Художница Илахи (29 лет) из Тегерана, Иран.Будущий монах, а пока ученик монастыря, Пема (22 года) из Катманду, Непал.Школьник Жалау (18 лет) из Джамбула, Казахстан.Деятель искусств парижанин Джозеф (30 лет).Инженер-строитель Андреа (24 года) из Бухареста, Румыния.Инженер по IT-технологиям Реко (25 лет) из Токио.Студентка одного из архитектурных ВУЗов Берлина, Майя (22 года).Воспитатель детского сада Сабрина (27 лет) из Бейрута, Ливан.Мохамед (18 лет) — студент, который будет практиковать традиционную медицину в Египте.Юань (22 года) — продавец из Дали, Китай.Дерек (30 лет) — режиссер из Парижа.Ося (18 лет) — пастух овец из Лесото.Олег (24 года) — инженер связи и телекоммуникаций из Новосибирска.Марикса (21 год) — учительница из Колумбии.Азза (19 лет) — домохозяйка из Каира, Египет.Фата (17 лет) — швея из Сенегала.Аша (17 лет) — домохозяйка из Индии.Алиса (29 лет) — мать из Найроби, Кения.

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29 марта, 13:42

CNOOC Replaces Woodside in West Africa Block

China National Offshore Oil Corp (Cnooc) has farmed in, with a 65% interest, to the ‘AGC Profond’ production sharing contract in Senegal/Guinea Bissau offshore joint development zone, acquiring the interest from privately-owned UK-South African independent Impact Oil & Gas. Impact previously...

29 марта, 12:22

Генсек ФИФА Фатма Самура рассказала о самых ярких впечатлениях от посещения Казани

Генсек ФИФА Фатма Самура рассказала о своих впечатлениях от посещения Казани — уроженку Сенегала больше всего впечатлило сосуществование в столице Татарстана разных религий. Об этом она рассказала в интервью газете «Ведомости».

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28 марта, 23:05

In Senegal, UN General Assembly President calls for sustainable management of marine resources

Visiting a traditional fishing community in Senegal, the President of the United Nations General Assembly has called on the countries in the region to prioritize conserving and sustainably managing their marine resources.

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28 марта, 20:00

«У нас нет никаких причин отбирать чемпионат мира у России»

Кандидатура нового генерального секретаря Международной федерации футбольных ассоциаций (FIFA), обнародованная в мае прошлого года, стала, без преувеличения, сенсацией. Уроженка Сенегала Фатма Самура, 21 год проработавшая в ООН (где занималась вопросами продовольственной помощи беднейшим странам) и занявшая пост генсека по приглашению нового президента FIFA Джанни Инфантино, стала в FIFA «четырежды первой»: первой женщиной, первой чернокожей, первой африканкой и первой мусульманкой, занявшей главный коммерческий пост в самой представительной организации на планете (в FIFA входят 211 национальных футбольных ассоциаций/союзов, в ООН – 193 страны-члена).

28 марта, 18:33

Cairn Energy group finds more oil offshore Senegal

A joint venture led by Cairn Energy PLC has made an oil discovery in its VR-1 well offshore Senegal, notching up its eighth consecutive successful well in the region since drilling began in 2004.

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28 марта, 13:01

FAR Expands from Senegal into Gambia

Australian explorer FAR has expanded its acreage in what it calls "a West African hot spot". It said March 28 it will acquire an 80% operating interest in the “highly prospective” offshore Blocks A2 and A5 in The Gambia from US firm Erin Energy Corporation. Water depth ranges from 50 to...

27 марта, 12:06

Cairn Finds Oil with 8th Senegal Well

Australian independent FAR, a junior partner of operator Cairn Energy offshore Senegal, said March 27 that the partnership has found oil. The VR-1 well is 5 km from the SNE-1 discovery well and is being drilled to appraise the lower and upper reservoir units in the western part of the SNE field. The...

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25 марта, 05:26

Исламский банк развития и Фонд поддержания жизнеобеспечения предоставил 31 млн.$ республике Сенегал

البنك الإسلامي للتنمية وصندوق العيش والمعيشة يقدمان 31 مليون دولار لجمهورية السنغال Исламский банк развития и Фонд поддержания жизнеобеспечения предоставил 31 млн.$    республике Сенегал Джидда, 24 джумада-ахира 1438г.Х., что соотвествует 23 марта 2017г. по х.л. Его Честь Глава Исламского банка развития доктор Бандар Хаджар и Его честь министр экономики, финансов и планирования и глава … Читать далее Исламский банк развития и Фонд поддержания жизнеобеспечения предоставил 31 млн.$ республике Сенегал →

24 марта, 18:01

Trump Is Relocating Immigration Judges To Speed Deportations. It May Not Work.

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); KARNES CITY, Texas ― President Donald Trump, whose administration argues that immigrants abuse the court system to delay deportation, dispatched immigration judges to the country’s two largest family detention centers this week so detainees’ cases can be processed more quickly. But experts ― and The Huffington Post’s visit to one of the centers ― suggest that the president may end up disappointed if he thinks relocating judges will speed up deportations.  When Judge Monica Little, who normally presides over immigration court in Los Angeles, heard the first four cases under the new system on Wednesday at the Karnes County Residential Center in Texas, she issued rulings that gave the detainees before her weeks to find lawyers and collect evidence. That shouldn’t be surprising, according to Kathryn Mattingly, a spokeswoman for the Executive Office of Immigration Review, the branch of the Justice Department that handles deportation decisions. “Each case is individual and each judge will give the case due process,” she said. “The cases will all be heard the same way.”  Little heard her first two cases at the Karnes facility by video conference call from the Karnes Correctional Center a few blocks away. The first man, from Senegal, had been detained since September, when he crossed into the United States through Hidalgo, Texas. Little said he could have three weeks to look for an attorney, insisting that officials at the detention center hand him a list of legal service providers while the video was still streaming. Immigrants facing deportation proceedings have a right to seek an attorney, but the government doesn’t guarantee them or pay for them like it does in criminal proceedings. Immigrants with lawyers are twice as likely to win relief as those without them, according to a study by the American Immigration Council. “The only thing I want to say is please help me,” the man said, speaking through an interpreter in Wolof. “I don’t want to go back home. I have issues over there. Please help me.” The lawyer for a Somali detainee, the second man Little heard by teleconference, had to call the court by phone because she hadn’t yet learned that the hearing would take place in Karnes City. Instead, she had gone to the immigration court in San Antonio, where the center’s hearings had previously been held. Little granted her a month to locate documents from Somalia.   A Cuban woman and her daughter who had been detained since mid-January, shortly after then-President Barack Obama eliminated the so-called “wet foot-dry foot” policy, appeared in person and asked for a continuance so they could find a lawyer. Little set the hearing for March 31 to give them more time. A Central American woman appeared while her two children were in day care and asked the court to schedule her hearing for Thursday, when an attorney could be present. She requested a private hearing to discuss her claims. The judge reassignments were part of a larger effort by the Trump administration to focus immigration courts’ energy on ushering immigrant detainees through proceedings more quickly in order to free up bed space in the over-capacity detention system. His administration also sent judges to four other detention centers that house adults. But just because immigration judges have been moved to detention facilities doesn’t mean the outcomes will change, or even move much faster, Dana Leigh Marks, head of the National Association of Immigration Judges, told The Huffington Post. “There’s always pressure on the judges with detained cases to move as quickly as possible, without sacrificing due process,” Marks said. It’s too soon to say whether transferring the judges is an appropriate strategy to tackle the immigration courts’ notorious backlog, she added. But whatever benefit the Trump administration sees in expediting family detention cases should be weighed against the new costs, Marks cautioned. “You may be able to move a few of these cases a few weeks faster,” Marks said. “But at what price to the taxpayers, and at what price to the people on the overcrowded Los Angeles docket Judge Little left behind?” There’s always pressure on the judges with detained cases to move as quickly as possible, without sacrificing due process. Dana Leigh Marks, head of the National Immigration Judges Association Handing down deportation orders faster also won’t necessarily stop cases from hitting roadblocks elsewhere, according to Stephen Legomsky, the former lead counsel for U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services. “Even if this move did increase the number of removal orders issued by immigration judges, it would just cause a further bottleneck at the Board of Immigration Appeals, unless the BIA’s membership and attorney support staff were similarly reinforced,” Legomsky wrote in an email to HuffPost. But the legal groups that represent women and children locked in family detention centers worry that the changes will undermine detainees’ rights. Their most immediate concern is that sending judges with marching orders to expedite proceedings might interfere with attempts to find lawyers, said Manoj Govindaiah, the head of family detention services for the legal services organization RAICES. Groups like his rely heavily on a limited number of pro bono attorneys to take family detention cases. The lack of paid attorneys causes scheduling problems that slow down the hearing process.  “What we are really hoping to figure out is how amenable the judges will be to continue cases,” Govindaiah told HuffPost. “Typically, the San Antonio court has really been able to work with us to accommodate pro bono scheduling. But if the reason that these judges are all coming down in person is to expedite all these cases, then I don’t know how that’s going to play out.” Little’s receptiveness on Wednesday to continuing cases helped allay that concern somewhat. But legal groups are also alarmed that the Trump administration dispatched the visiting judges after chipping away at humanitarian relief for immigrants in other ways. For the last year and a half, most of the mothers and children locked in family detention who pass “credible fear” interviews ― the first step in applying for asylum in the U.S. ― have been released after three weeks. U.S. District Judge Dolly Gee ruled in 2015 that detaining kids longer than that violates the Flores Settlement, which says that children should generally be released and held in the least restrictive setting possible. The White House has sent signals that it wants to find a way around that ruling. The executive order the president signed on Jan. 25 to crack down on sanctuary cities declared a new policy of ending “the abuse of parole and asylum provisions currently used to prevent the lawful removal of removable aliens.” That’s an oblique reference to the flood of Central American asylum and humanitarian relief claims that first skyrocketed in 2014, leading the Obama administration to hastily expand family detention after all but abandoning it five years before. And last month, the Trump administration ordered asylum officers to narrow the criteria for approving “credible fear” claims. Failing a credible fear interview means that only ICE has the authority to release an immigrant from detention; a judge has no power to set a bond hearing unless the credible fear decision is reversed. “Everything is new,” Elena Alderman, the advocacy director for the legal services group CARA, told HuffPost. “We don’t know how this is going to be implemented. It’s a very confusing situation.” -- 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.

24 марта, 15:25

Kosmos Resumes Senegal Exploration

US independent Kosmos Energy said March 24 it has begun the second phase of its multi-well exploration drilling program offshore Mauritania and Senegal.     The Atwood Achiever drillship is now on location offshore Senegal  in the Cayar Offshore Profond block...

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24 марта, 12:05

Столкновение российского танкера с испанским траулером: пропавшие найдены мертвыми

У берегов Барселоны нашли тела двух моряков, которые пропали после столкновения испанского траулера с российским танкером "Мидволга-2".

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22 марта, 21:14

Senegal's Touba TV blames 'satanic trick' for porn gaffe

A religious TV channel in Senegal blames an unidentified saboteur after it broadcast a porn film.

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22 марта, 19:44

Religious TV station in Senegal accidentally airs porn

An Islamic television station in Senegal says it has filed a formal complaint against unknown saboteur “X’’ for taking over the network and airing pornography instead of its regularly scheduled religious programming.

20 марта, 18:00

Referee found guilty of fixing World Cup qualifier and banned for life

• Joseph Odartei Lamptey officiated in game between South Africa and Senegal• Ball hit defender Kalidou Koulibaly on the leg, but referee pointed to the spotGhanaian referee Joseph Odartei Lamptey has been banned for life by Fifa after being found guilty of influencing the result of a World Cup qualifying match.Lamptey incorrectly awarded a penalty during a qualifier for the 2018 World Cup between South Africa and Senegal in November last year. Continue reading...

20 марта, 17:57

Fifa bans Ghanaian referee Joseph Lamptey for life for 'match manipulation'

Fifa bans Ghanaian referee Joseph Lamptey for life for "match manipulation" during a 2018 World Cup qualifier between South Africa and Senegal.

20 марта, 16:45

Ганский судья пожизненно дисквалифицирован за манипуляцию исходом матча ЧМ-2018

Более детальная информация относительно отборочного матча турнира ЮАР - Сенегал будет обнародована после принятия окончательного решения

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17 марта, 00:08

Senegal detains three men for trafficking hundreds of animal skins

DAKAR (Reuters) - A Senegal court remanded in custody two Senegalese and a Malian on Thursday for involvement in the trade of hundreds of animal skins, including a species of crocodile threatened with extinction, according to the NGO WARA.

16 марта, 15:02

Путин принял верительные грамоты 18 новых послов в России

Документы президенту РФ вручили дипломаты из Армении, Афганистана, Бенина, Бразилии, Турции и других государств

16 марта, 14:03

Путин заявил о возвращении отношений с Турцией в нормальное русло

Президент России Владимир Путин на церемонии вручения верительных грамот посла Турции Хюсейна Дириоза в Кремле заявил, что отношения Москвы и Анкары уверенно возвращаются в нормальное взаимовыгодное русло. Путин рассказал, что 10 марта обсудил с президентом Турции Реджепом Эрдоганом вопросы строительства газопровода «Турецкий поток» и АЭС «Аккую», стороны также «наметили дальнейшие планы в контексте борьбы с терроризмом в Сирии и политического урегулирования в этой стране», передает РИА «Новости». Как отметил президент России, благодаря энергичной роли двух стран удалось добиться прекращения боевых действий между сирийскими правительственными войсками и вооруженной оппозицией. «Мы знаем роль, которую сыграла при этом Турция, и высоко ее ценим», – добавил Путин. В четверг в Александровском зале Большого Кремлевского дворца президент России принимает верительные грамоты у послов из 18 государств: Армении, Афганистана, Бельгии, Бенина, Бразилии, Гватемалы, Израиля, Ирака, Казахстана, Катара, Коста-Рики, Непала, Перу, Сенегала, Туниса, Турции, Чили, Швейцарии. Во время церемонии Путин выступил против попыток расшатывания международных отношений.

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