OTTAWA — Two weeks after Serhii Kniaziev’s military career ended, the Iron Curtain fell, the Soviet Union crumbled and the young ex-soldier returned to Ukraine and quickly found his calling — the thin blue line of policing.In the latter days of his military service, he was posted to the volatile Caucuses region, where ethnic conflict and strife rose amid the Soviet Union’s disintegration.“I came back to an independent Ukraine,” Kniaziev said through a translator on a recent visit to Ottawa. “That was also the reason I decided to become a policeman because I was exposed during my military service to blood and to fighting that took place in that time, at that area.”A generation later, Kniaziev is the chief of the National Police of Ukraine at a pivotal moment in his country’s history. He is now responsible for protecting the integrity of Ukraine’s March 31 presidential election.The election faces daily threats from a familiar source: a determined Russia bent on using cyberspace to sow disinformation to undermine the democratic ambitions of a country it still considers part of its orbit.“I feel a great sense of responsibility, ensuring the proper elections,” said Kniaziev, whose furrowed brow and strapping, thick frame suggests the presence of invisible anvils on each of his broad shoulders.“Unfortunately we are in a position that Russia is our enemy now, and Russia has never been weak. We have to be very honest and very realistic in assessing the capabilities of Russia.”Kniaziev spent time with RCMP counterparts, Toronto police and other leading federal government officials in Canada’s diplomatic and security apparatus in Ottawa earlier this winter. Canada has been helping Ukraine build its national police force following the tumultuous events of early 2014 that saw the ouster of the country’s Kremlin-backed president after pro-democracy Maidan protests in Kyiv, and Moscow’s subsequent invasion and annexation of Ukraine’s Crimean Peninsula.The Police Training Assistance Project, run by Global Affairs Canada, is part of the government’s broader assistance to Ukraine, which includes a Canadian Armed Forces mission of 200 trainers that was extended last week, the deployment of hundreds of election observers for the upcoming ballot and the imposition of sanctions on more than 100 Russians.Kniaziev and his Canadian counterparts exchanged information and best practices on how to cope with the inevitable threat of foreign interference in elections.Canada has struck a special committee, a “critical election protocol,” composed of five senior public servants who will decide whether a malign act of interference in this October’s federal election warrants going public in the middle of the campaign.Kniaziev and his Ukrainian colleagues describe their country as a petri dish for Russian cyberattacks — known in 21st Century military doctrine as “hybrid war” — and say the countries that partner with it, such as a Canada, have a lot to learn from them as well.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland echoed that sentiment recently, calling Ukraine a “laboratory” for Russian disinformation campaigns in cyberspace that Canada has learned from.Russia has also undertaken traditional military manoeuvres against Ukraine by seizing Crimea and supporting separatist rebels in its eastern Donbass region, but cyberspace has become the main battlefield.“In 2014, these were military activities — war fighting. But in 2015, ’16, ’17, ’18 they’ve changed their ways and we are in the midst of hybrid war,” said Kniaziev.That has come to encompass a wide spectrum of malign activity, from trying to directly hack the online infrastructure of elections, to influencing public opinion through misinformation and generally sowing unrest.“Whenever Russia doesn’t feel like it wants to be involved in direct, naked aggression they are involved in all of these subversive hybrid activities,” said Kniaziev.Ukraine’s ambassador to Canada, Andriy Shevchenko, said as the election nears, Russia has launched daily cyberattacks on Ukraine’s digital election infrastructure, its critical infrastructure and media.Ukrainian police and the Mounties are also working together on a daily basis. “It’s a very practical co-operation,” he said. “We can witness true camaraderie between Canadians and Ukrainians.”The constant state of vigilance has also created a heightened state of national stress, something Kniaziev only realized after spending time on the beat with rank and file Toronto police officers during his recent trip.As he headed back to Ukraine, he came to recognize the need to incorporate mental health professionals into the daily patrols of his country’s police officers as part of their regular interactions with Ukrainian citizens.“We have quite a number of people who have so-called Vietnam syndrome, meaning some mental issues,” he said.“The society in general does not understand who these people are, where they are coming from. The approach we saw in Toronto really impressed us.”Kniaziev blames the ongoing strife with Russia for affecting his country’s national psyche.“It’s been six years of ongoing war with our neighbour, so Ukrainian society lives in a totally different reality, if we were to compare with the Canadian society.”Mike Blanchfield, The Canadian Press
WEST POINT, N.Y. — Avi Toomer’s layup with 1.6 seconds left in the game completed a ferocious comeback with Bucknell climbing out of a 26-point hole in the second half to clip Army 64-63 in the Patriot League opener for both teams Wednesday night.And for good measure, Toomer blocked Army’s final shot, securing the win.Nate Sestina scored 17 of his 22 points in the second half and grabbed 12 rebounds to lead the comeback. All but one of his rebounds came off the defensive boards. Kimbal Mackenzie scored 15, making 9 of 10 free throws, and Toomer scored seven.Army has lost four in a row. The Black Knights enjoyed a 37-13 halftime lead, shooting 15-for-32 with five 3-pointers while Bucknell (7-6) was thrashing — hitting just 4 of 27 from the floor and committing 10 turnovers.The script flipped after halftime with the Bison outscoring Army 51-26. The Black Knights made 10 of 33 shots after halftime, including just 2 of 17 from distance.Matt Wilson led Army (5-9) with 20 points and 15 rebounds for his fourth career double-double.The Associated Press
Koïchiro Matsuura, Director-General of UNESCO, said in a statement from the agency’s headquarters in Paris on Friday that he hopes the Senate will now quickly ratify the International Convention against Doping in Sport.“This convention is a vital weapon in the struggle to eliminate a destructive practice that undermines everything that sport stands for… The rapid ratification of the Convention by the US Senate, in this Olympic year, would send a powerful message to athletes around the world that such behaviour will not be tolerated,” he said.Since it was adopted by UNESCO’s General Conference in October 2005, the pact has been ratified by 75 countries and entered into force in February last year.The Convention calls on States Parties to support, devise or implement anti-doping education and training programmes and to promote the active participation of their athletes and support personnel in all aspects of the anti-doping process.The text of the pact also stipulates that all the world’s athletes be subject to the same doping rules and that they are regularly tested, with uniform sanctions and penalties for any infractions. 11 February 2008Calling doping in sport “a veritable plague,” the head of the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) has welcomed the decision by United States President George W. Bush to ask his country’s Senate to ratify a major anti-doping convention.
“Kosovo is not at war anymore, so you don’t need weapons – they are simply dangerous,” Mr. Steiner said over the weekend in reaction to last week’s announcement of the amnesty, which will run from 15 March to 15 April and is a joint action of the UN Interim Administration in Kosovo (UNMIK) and the international security force (KFOR). “From the 15th on, there is one month for handing over weapons that you still have in your homes,” he said. “This is a golden opportunity for anyone who has still these dangerous weapons at home to hand them over without any prosecution, without any disciplinary actions.” Weapons possession is banned for all residents of Kosovo except those holding weapons authorization cards under UNMIK Regulation 2001/7. Those found in possession of illegal weapons can face a prison term of up to eight years or a fine of up to €7,500. KFOR and UNMIK will set up designated collection points, the Mission said. However individuals may also notify KFOR or police units to pick up weapons or ammunition that may be risky to transport.
THE JURY AT the inquest into the death of Savita Halappanavar has returned a unanimous verdict of medical misadventure.After two hours and 45 minutes of deliberation, it also accepted the coroner’s nine recommendations, with the foreman stating it “strongly endorses” each and every one after much consideration.The cause of death of the 31-year-old dentist was septic shock, E.coli in the bloodstream and a miscarriage at 17 weeks.In his verdict, Dr McLoughlin expressed his sympathies to Praveen Halappanavar, telling him: “You will always be watched over by the shadow of your beloved Savita.”Earlier, Dr McLoughlin charged the 11-person jury, giving them two options – to return a verdict of medical misadventure or to return a narrative verdict.He noted that a medical misadventure verdict does not infer criminal or liability. It is also not cause of death. Immediately after the verdict was read, the coroner and the legal team for Galway University Hospital clarified that the medical misadventure is not cause of death nor a contributory cause of death.“The verdict of misadventure does not mean that system failure or deficiencies contributed to her death,” explained Dr McLoughlin. They are findings in relation to the management of her treatment.Many of the coroner’s nine recommendations will have implications across the country’s hospitals.Ms Halappanavar’s death has brought the issue of Ireland’s abortion laws back into the global spotlight and making comment on the topic today, Dr McLoughlin said, “It is not for the court to advise the Oireachtas but they may take cognisance of these proceedings.”However, in his first recommendation he described current Medical Council guidelines on abortion as “very brief”.He recommended that the guidelines be enhanced to advise doctors on how they can intervene in relation to terminations when there is a risk to the life of the mother.He said that doctors practising in good faith “should not have to labour under the threat” of sanctions as serious as removal from the medical register or prison.That recommendation was accepted by the jury.Earlier today, Dr McLoughlin heard a submission from Mr Halappanavar’s lawyers and a response from the hospital’s legal team. The jury was not present.On arriving to Galway County Hall, Mr Halappanavar told reporters today marks the couple’s fifth wedding anniversary. This fact was also noted by Mr Gleeson during his application.Savita inquest: Key moments from Galway Coroner’s Court
EXCLUSIVE: How does your organisation approach pensions communication? How have pension freedoms impacted your business’ pension strategy? Have your say in our new pensions research.Take part in the exclusive Employee Benefits Pension research 2018, which aims to help you benchmark your organisation’s pension strategy.We are particularly interested in hearing about your approach to alternative pension arrangements, for example to mitigate limitations set by the lifetime and annual allowances or around the introduction of the lifetime individual savings account (Lisa), the potential impact that Brexit and auto re-enrolment may have on your organisation’s pension strategy, and what financial education or at-retirement support your business offers staff.This is your opportunity to tell us what your organisation is doing and gain an insight into how your approach compares to market peers and organisations in other sectors.The online survey will be open until Friday 21 September 2018.As a thank you for taking part, we will enter you into a prize draw to win £100-worth of retail vouchers. For your chance to win, fill in your details at the end of the survey.The research findings will be available online and in a print supplement.Complete the survey today.
FORT LAUDERDALE, FLA. (WSVN) – A colorful celebration of floating fun made big waves in Fort Lauderdale this weekend.FlockFest encourages local residents to bring their winged floating devices and dazzle them up with creative flair. Swans, flamingos, ducks and even a winged unicorn were all on the water on Sebastian Beach, Saturday.The Greater Fort Lauderdale Convention and Visitors Bureau sponsored the event.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.
#FLPD is sending our sincere wishes to @PPinesPD Sgt. John Baker after an on-duty motorcycle crash yesterday. Please join us in keeping his family and coworkers in our thoughts and hoping for a full recovery. #LEOFamily pic.twitter.com/yxVsqQuzrv— Fort Lauderdale PD (@FLPD411) August 11, 2019 Sergeant John Baker, @PPinesPD, you’re in our thoughts. 🙏 Join us in keeping him and his family in our thoughts as we wish him a full recovery from an on-duty motorcycle crash on Saturday. pic.twitter.com/xpfmuAkWDU— Broward Sheriff (@browardsheriff) August 12, 2019 “It’s sad. Someone who’s supposed to protect and serve us got hurt,” said Sanchez.The driver of the other car involved in the Pembroke Pines crash was not injured.Because this was an officer-involved crash, BSO detectives are investigating.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. PEMBROKE PINES, FLA. (WSVN) – A Pembroke Pines Police motorcycle officer remains in the hospital two days after a violent crash left him trapped underneath a vehicle.Pembroke Pines Police Sgt. John Baker, a 25-year veteran with the department, underwent surgery at Memorial Regional Hospital in Hollywood. As of Monday morning, he is listed in critical condition.Police said the law enforcer was on patrol when his motorcycle crashed with another car near Sheridan Street and 146th Street, at around 7 a.m., Saturday.“I saw a motorcycle down, like, you could see the motorcycle down, and you could see the guys trying to pull the guy from under the car,” said witness Julie Sanchez. “You knew it had to be bad, because someone was underneath a car, and you could see there was like about 100 feet that he’d been dragged, so it’s terrible.”It remains unclear how the collision happened, but witnesses said Pembroke Pines Police officers rushed to the scene shortly after the wreck.“All the police showed up, and they worked on him, and then they took him to the hospital,” said Sanchez.A convoy of police officers escorted the ambulance to the hospital. “All of Pembroke Pines [Police] came to him, and they escorted him. It was like a 15-car caravan to get him to the hospital,” said Sanchez.Officials said Baker oversees the traffic unit at Pembroke Pines Police and acts as the department’s spokesperson.Saturday’s crash comes weeks after Broward Sheriff’s Office Deputy Benjamin Nimtz was killed in a Deerfield Beach wreck, July 21.Investigators said Nimtz was responding to a call when his cruiser crashed with a pickup truck at the intersection of Military Trail and Southwest 10th Street, near Century Village.Now law enforcement officers across South Florida are hoping and praying for a miraculous recovery with Baker.
The Tyonek Fire is now considered 100% contained. It burned about 1,900 acres. Most of the crews and resources are now being used on the Funny River Fire instead, though some personnel and equipment will stay behind to make sure the fire stays under control.No one was injured in this fire. However, fire officials say locals should pay attention to standing trees that burned and may topple in strong winds. The fire started on May 19 and burned between Tyonek and Beluga villages.A photo of the Tyonek Fire taken on May 19 by the Alaska Division of Forestry.
A bearded seal was stranded in a Nome parking lot in December. (Photo: Emily Russell, KNOM)Alaska’s marine mammal population is stressed, according to the U.S. Marine Mammal Commission. One member of the federal agency will share new research on marine mammal health and discuss how the commission is helping conserve animals like walrus and seals on Monday in Nome.“I’m going to focus mostly on harmful algal blooms and the effects that we know they have on marine mammals,” said Dr. Frances Gulland, a member of the commission and a senior scientist at the Marine Mammal Center in Sausalito, California. “I’ll also talk a little bit about ship strikes on whales and then briefly on the seal sickness outbreak from 2011.”Seal sickness was first reported in 2011, and Gulland said the disease is still a problem. It causes patchy coats, sores, and sluggish behavior in seals.“At this point, we know that it’s probably a number of different factors influencing the hormonal system of the seals,” she said. “But the single main cause is still not clear.”The Marine Mammal Commission is studying changing Arctic conditions, which affect subsistence hunting. Gulland is among a group of scientists in Nome this week.“I work in the Lower 48 on marine mammal health, but I don’t live here,” she said. “So I’d actually love to learn something from the local community that will help us understand more the changes that we’re seeing.”Gulland will give a talk Monday night on changes in marine mammal health as part of the University of Alaska Fairbanks’ Northwest Campus Strait Science Series.
Submarine ARA San Juan docked in Buenos Aires. AFP file photoAfter days of searching for its missing submarine with 44 crew aboard, Argentina’s navy received distress signals late Saturday, authorities said.There had been no contact with the ARA San Juan since early Wednesday, according to the navy, prompting Buenos Aires to launch an air and sea search with help from countries including Brazil, Britain, Chile and the United States.The entire search area has been scoured by ships and aircraft, despite storm conditions that complicated the effort, Argentine navy spokesman Enrique Balbi said.Seven satellite-transmitted signals believed to be part of the vessel trying to resume contact were detected, the Defense Ministry said.The signals were unable to lock in and connect with communications bases, the military explained.With the help of US satellite communication experts, the signals were detected at 10:52 am (1352 GMT) and 3:42 pm (1842 GMT) on various naval bases, but did not lock in, thus preventing a full connection.“Right now, we are working to pinpoint the exact location of what is emitting the signals,” presuming that it could be the missing sub, the ministry said.Brazil, Britain, Chile, the United States and Uruguay took part in the aerial side of the search, and the United States said it was sending rescue help.The California-based Undersea Rescue Command was deploying two independent rescue assets-including a pressurized rescue module-to help in the hunt for the missing sub.Argentine President Mauricio Macri said on his Twitter account that “we will do what is necessary to find the submarine as soon as possible.”TR-1700 class diesel electric submarine had been returning from a routine mission to Ushuaia near the southernmost tip of South America, to its base at Mar del Plata, around 400 kilometers (250 miles) south of Buenos Aires.Among those on board is Argentina’s first female submarine officer, 35-year-old weapons officer Eliana Krawczyk.The San Juan is one of three submarines in the Argentine fleet.Sixty-five meters (213 feet) long and seven meters (23 feet) wide, it was built by Germany’s Thyssen Nordseewerke and launched in 1983.It underwent a re-fit between 2007 and 2014 to extend its usefulness by some 30 years.
Jacobo Alape via YouTube by NPR News Sasha Ingber 8.29.19 4:45pm Top rebels from the Revolutionary Armed Forces of Colombia have announced a “new stage of fighting,” despite a peace accord that the leftist guerrilla group signed with the national government almost three years ago.In a 32-minute YouTube video posted Thursday, more than 20 armed fighters stood in green fatigues and in front of a sign that read, “As long as there is a will to fight there will be hope for victory.”A guerrilla leader involved in the peace negotiations accused the government of betraying key components of the deal. “The state has not fulfilled its most important obligation, which is to guarantee the life of its citizens and especially avoid assassinations for political reasons,” said Luciano Marin, known widely by his nom de guerre, Iván Márquez.Under the peace treaty, thousands of Marxist- and Leninist-inspired guerrillas gave up their arms in exchange for the Colombian government’s commitment to protecting them and to building infrastructure in poor, isolated communities in the countryside. In May, Marin said that it was a mistake for FARC fighters to surrender their weapons without first getting guarantees.In the video, which appeared to be filmed in the jungle, Marin said the group planned to work with the National Liberation Army (ELN), another leftist guerrilla army which has resorted to kidnapping, extortion and violence.Hours later, an ELN leader embraced the announcement. “Better late than never,” Omar Gómez, known as Uriel, said through a face mask after giving a thumbs up and a clenched fist.Former FARC commander Rodrigo Londoño, now the president of Colombia’s Revolutionary Alternative Common Force political party, reiterated his commitment to the peace accord. He said on Thursday that the majority support working toward peace. “Now more than ever, our commitment as a majority, as a party, as a country, is to peace, defending and complying with the agreement,” he said. “Anyone who strays away from peace is mistaken, as those who have always attacked it.”Negotiations to end Colombia’s longest war, tracing back to the 1960s, started in 2012. Former President Juan Manuel Santos and Londoño signed a peace agreement in 2016. The move triggered a new wave of violence from armed groups that fought to take control of the FARC’s territory, displacing thousands in rural communities. Colombians, in a narrow margin, had previously voted to reject a peace deal.Last year, Colombians elected President Iván Duque, who campaigned on a promise to revise the controversial peace deal. A conservative populist, he said the agreement was too lenient for rebels who had kidnapped Colombian citizens and committed other atrocities. He vowed to make “war victims the focal point of the peace process.”Since taking office, he’s been accused of not just slowing down peace reforms but muddling significant facets of the agreement — especially tribunals that would allow insurgents to testify under broad immunity.”We cannot be stupid enough to think that … the government is an ally for peace,” Naryi Vargas, a researcher at the Peace and Reconciliation Foundation, an organization based in Colombia, tweeted Thursday.Bogota-based activist Luis Ernesto Gómez blamed Duque and former Colombian President Álvaro Uribe for FARC’s announcement. “Their political calculations and systematic sabotage of the Peace Process robbed us of a golden opportunity to stop killing each other and start making progress.”The 52-year war waged by FARC left at least 220,000 people dead.Duque has not publicly responded to the FARC video, and the Colombian Embassy in the United States did not immediately respond to NPR’s request for comment.Copyright 2019 NPR. To see more, visit NPR. Former FARC Leaders Announce ‘New Stage Of Fighting,…
Kolkata: Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee on Tuesday shared some significant achievements in development and financial management in Bengal, over the last seven and half years since her government assumed office in 2011, on her Facebook page.She has pointed out that the state’s planned expenditure has increased nearly six times from Rs 14,615.16 crore in 2010-11 to Rs 85,328.53 crore in 2018-19. “The capital expenditure leading to creation of infrastructure and social assets has increased more than 11 times from Rs 2,225.75 crore in 2010-11 to Rs 25,287.20 crore in 2018-19,” Banerjee wrote in the post on her Facebook page. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataShe further mentioned in the post that the state’s own tax revenue has increased 3 times from Rs 21,128.74 crore in 2010-11 to Rs 62,746.58 crore in 2018-19. “We had announced a Tax Settlement Dispute Scheme last year. Nearly 29,000 cases have been settled by March 31, 2019, with a revenue collection of nearly Rs 754 crore,” the Chief Minister added. It may be mentioned that the Mamata Banerjee government’s performance in improving the financial health was acknowledged with the national award for e-governance in 2014. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateThis impetus to e-governance resulted in higher revenue generation, which in turn contributed to more resources for development. The higher tax compliance in general (including as a result of e-governance), has consequently made available a higher amount for expenditure. The expenditure pattern has also improved. Apart from a rise in capital expenditure and planned expenditure, there has been a rise in spending in social infrastructure, agri, agri allied and rural development, physical infrastructure etc. The Gross Value-Added (GVA) and per capita income of the state has been far better than the country. As mentioned in the manifesto of the Trinamool Congress, the growth rate in the industrial sector has been 194 percent higher than India, while that in the services sector has been 26 percent higher. The growth rate in the agriculture and allied sectors has been 247 percent higher than the country. It may be mentioned that the state government has already brought a threefold increase in the income of farmers and has bagged the Central government’s Krishi Karman Award for five consecutive years for record production of crops.
Mexico City, Mexico — Another earthquake has rocked the city of Mexico, sending tremors south of the country.On Friday early evening, an earthquake was recorded in Mexico City and into the south of the country. The telluric movement was of magnitude 7.2. In Mexico City, the seismic alert was activated at 5:39 p.m. and lasted just over two minutes.The federal government confirmed that the 7.2 earthquake did not cause human losses or major damage. There are only incidents of minor damage.The epicenter of this first earthquake was in Pinotepa Nacional, in Oaxaca, 11 kilometers deep. The company SkyAlert mentioned that the magnitude 7.2 earthquake was not a replica of the earthquakes on September 7 and 19.Supervision has already been carried out at the CDMX metro facilities. CDMX Fire Chief, Raúl Esquivel, said there were gas leaks at some points, the collapse of a concrete barrier and false reports of landslides.The condors of the Ministry of Public Security reported that, there are no major impacts in the Mexican capital.Personnel of the Regional Security, Federal Forces and Gendarmerie Divisions deployed throughout the Republic began tours of the entities where the movement was perceptible in order to assess whether any damage or injured persons are present.In regions where helicopter support was available, supervisory overflights have been initiated for a faster assessment. In Mexico City alone two rotary wing aircraft were used to access damage.Federal agents supported the zones where the eviction of homes and businesses was ordered to provide safety.Although there have been a few recorded earthquakes already this year in other parts of the region, this latest in Mexico City is the strongest of 2018.The National Seismological Service has since reported that up until 5:30 a.m Saturday morning, about 12 hours since the quake hit, 389 aftershocks have been recorded with the strongest being 5.9 hitting the Oaxaca region.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)
The Peninsula Shanghai has been awarded a total of three Michelin stars in the second edition of The Michelin Guide Shanghai that celebrated its inauguration in 2016. The result marks the second year that Yi Long Court enjoys a prestigious two-Michelin-star rating, while Sir Elly’s upholds its one Michelin star.The Peninsula Shanghai has also retained its title as the only hotel in Mainland China with two Michelin-starred restaurants simultaneously. The 28th edition of the Michelin restaurant guide and the very first in Mainland China, the Michelin Guide Shanghai 2017 reinforces and develops the foundations laid by the French publication since its arrival in China.The awarding of Michelin stars to Sir Elly’s – which serves modern European fare crafted by Chef de Cuisine Hans Zahner and Executive Pastry Chef Lucien Gautier – and Yi Long Court – which is helmed by Michelin-starred Executive Chinese Chef Tang Chi Keung and specialises in refined Cantonese dining – represented an important milestone for The Peninsula Shanghai. Under the guidance of Executive Chef Terrence Crandall, The Peninsula Shanghai has established itself as a critically acclaimed Bund-side dining destination that pushes the boundaries in luxury service and gastronomic innovation.Diners at Yi Long Court can enjoy Cantonese dishes, regional Chinese and dim sum favourites, plus creations inspired by the culinary travels of Michelin-starred Executive Chinese Chef Tang Chi Keung. Hong Kong-born Chef Tang, who opened Yi Long Court in October 2009, returned to The Peninsula Shanghai in April 2016. He previously spent five years creating Cantonese-inspired menus at Hei Fung Terrace at The Peninsula Tokyo, which earned a Michelin star during his tenure.At Sir Elly’s, French-born Zahner and Gautier combine their skills to create European menus for Shanghai diners to savour. Inspired by classically trained techniques, both chefs share an abiding passion for pairing French culinary inspiration with fresh Asian and European ingredients.The latest rotational menu at Sir Elly’s offers a gastronomic journey featuring ocean-fresh fish and seafood, Australian lamb shoulder and decadent desserts. The l’aventurier captures the beauty and nuances of Western fine dining, highlight dishes such as royal oyster with schrencki caviar, black cod confit with carrot escabeche and fresh mango, and pop corn with corn lemon ice-cream, white chocolate and caramel sauce.
Maria Efimova, the source of murdered Maltese journalist Daphne Caruana Galizia, and for whom MEPs last month asked EU member states to grant whistle-blower protection, faces arrest if she comes to Cyprus in what appears to be an unrelated case.Caruana Galizia was killed in a car-bomb attack in Malta on October 16. Efimova made headlines in August, three months before the assassination, when it was reported she had tipped off the murdered journalist that Michelle Muscat, wife of Malta’s Prime Minister Joseph Muscat, was the owner of Egrant Inc, a Panamanian offshore company.Egrant Inc received money transfers from an account belonging to the family of the daughter of Azeri President Ilham Aliyev. The revelations unleashed a political storm in Malta in April, a month before the scheduled general elections.In her Running Commentary blog on August 11, 2017, Caruana Galizia reported that Efimova, described as “the former Pilatus Bank employee who revealed that the bank kept in its safe two declarations of trust,” complained to prime minister Muscat about the harassment of her father in Russia.Meanwhile, in an interview Efimova gave to Maltese journalist and blogger Manuel Delia this week, she said she was not the source of the information. She said that Caruana Galizia already had in her possession documents linking the prime minister’s wife to Egrant when she first met her in March last year.Efimova told Delia that she only confirmed the authenticity of the documents. Caruana Galizia referred to Efimova, in an April 28 blog entry, as the unnamed source of her reports on the Egrant-Muscat affair.According to Delia, Pilatus Bank claims that Efimova was at the bank as an intern and not an employee between January and March last year.Efimova, who has an excellent command of Greek and worked until 2014 for the Russian-owned Cypriot company IDF Fragrance Distribution Ltd before leaving Cyprus, said she was informed that she was likely to face arrest upon her return to Cyprus –where she wants to settle with her family.“My life and that of my family in Malta was in danger and we were forced to leave,” Efimova told the Cyprus Business Mail. “Time showed that we did well to do so. We left in August and they killed Daphne Caruana Galizia in October”.In May, Caruana Galizia accused prime minister Muscat of trying to present Efimova as a Russian spy acting on instructions from Russian president Vladimir Putin in an attempt to meddle in Malta’s elections. The Russian embassy in Valetta denied Muscat’s allegations.“I fear I would have the same fate after what they did to her,” Efimova said.“In November, all newspapers wrote that Malta issued an arrest warrant against me,” the whistle-blower continued. “But since then I have travelled to various European countries and asked police authorities if there is a warrant against me and nobody wanted to carry it out,” she said.Things took a nasty turn more than two weeks ago. “My father who lives in Russia called me to tell me that two persons came to our house and claimed that they are looking for [Efimova] in Cyprus and issued a European or international arrest warrant,” she explained.After inquiring in Cyprus, Efimova discovered that Natalia Antoniou, an employee at the Limassol-based Costas Tsirides & Co law firm, filed a complaint with police against her in December in her capacity as director of Fragrance Distribution, for allegedly stealing from the company.“After four years, did they now happen to have remembered this?” asked Efimova. She was surprised that despite preparing company accounts in previous years there was never a complaint about her stealing.Antoniou said she filed the complaint “four years ago” on the instructions of the ultimate beneficial owner of Fragrance Distribution, which led to the issuing of a European arrest warrant.A police source said Efimova had been placed “on the stop list, just recently,” after the issuing of a European arrest warrant.The police source added that the complaint had been filed four years ago, but it took the police more than three years to complete the investigation and secure the arrest warrants Efimova, a mother of two, and her husband.“Do they want to arrest my children also?” she asked. “I cannot understand what my husband has to do with that. He has worked neither for Fragrance Distribution nor for Pilatus Bank”.Efimova said that she was “100 per cent” certain that the complaint was part of a plot organised in Malta to publicly discredit her or have her extradited there.Meanwhile, the European Parliament, alarmed by the Maltese journalist’s assassination, asked European Union member states, including Malta, to protect Efimova and grant her asylum, after a delegation led by Portuguese MEP, Ana Gomes visited Malta in late November.In a letter dated December 23, Gomes said that she and her colleagues believed “Efimova to be a whistle-blower and we know that she has been harassed and forced to flee Malta, fearing for her life and her family.” She added: “We request, therefore, that she be granted asylum or international protection, since she is at serious risk”.Takis Hadjigeorgiou, the Cypriot MEP, who participated in the mission to Malta in November, said on Monday that while the request made by the MEPs was not binding it puts “significant pressure” on member states to protect Efimova.You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoKelley Blue Book10 Electric Cars That Last the LongestKelley Blue BookUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboola
By Elias HazouTHE decision to pull the plug on Cobalt came directly from the company’s Chinese investors who realised the airline was a money pit after they had already put in €100m, sources have told the Cyprus Mail.“Cobalt was fully compliant with air safety regulations, and there was no reason why civil aviation should revoke its licence. What’s happened, rather, is that the company grounded itself knowing its Chinese backers would be pumping no more cash into it,” sources familiar with the matter said.The sources said the writing was on the wall in early October, when a lien was placed on two of the airline’s jets, after Cobalt failed to pay the lease fees on time.The typical monthly lease on an aircraft is around €500,000.It was then that Avic Joy Air, the Chinese company holding 49 per cent of the shares, stepped in to bail out Cobalt.According to industry chatter, the Chinese investors covered not only the outstanding aircraft leases, but also other arrears. It’s said the money-men injected as much as €10m to keep the company afloat.Apparently that was but a quick fix; rumour has it that Cobalt needed another €30m to tide it over the winter season when revenues typically drop.And that, the Mail’s sources say, was the last straw for the Chinese investors who realised the company would fast turn insolvent.“Since its inception, Cobalt has burned through an incredible amount of cash for an outfit its size. The investors in China apparently decided this month that enough was enough.”The same sources said the airline had been run into the ground by poor management decisions here in Cyprus, but also bad decision-making by the holding company in China.“Avic are aviation manufacturers, with little experience in commercial airlines. A series of bad decisions were made, and as a result Cobalt was almost from the get-go operating at a loss. They didn’t generate sufficient revenue to cover their losses.”One strategic mistake, the sources said, was the decision to focus on Cyprus as the primary market, rather than treat it as simply a destination. But the Cypriot market is not big enough.“You might say that Cobalt has replicated the old Cyprus Airways.”Following the embarrassment of early October, when two of the planes were grounded, the Chinese are believed to have pledged more money for the slow winter season. But later, they had a change of heart and informed Cobalt that the taps would be turned off.This prompted the company to approach the Air Transport Licensing Authority (Atla) in Cyprus.Airline directors have a legal responsibility to inform civil aviation authorities whenever it becomes clear a carrier will be unable to continue operating.“Strictly speaking, when the decision was taken to ground the airline, Cobalt were saddled with very few arrears or debts to creditors, such as catering suppliers or ground handling. They were up to date with their safety and maintenance requirements, and all staff were being paid normally.“The problem was that they knew the company had run out of funds, and so they had a duty to inform local authorities in Cyprus. To make it perfectly clear, it was they who approached civil aviation, not the other way around.”The sources confirmed reports that over the past days talks were underway with Ryanair to take over the airline.“Ryanair were definitely interested. What they wanted was to acquire Cobalt’s air operator certificate (AOC), because if they did that would greatly expand their routes.Currently, the sources explained, Ryanair as an Irish-registered company are only allowed to fly to the edge of the EU.But acquiring a Cyprus-issued AOC would enable them to fly to the Middle East and beyond, because Cyprus has a different air services agreement than does Ireland.“That’s all Ryanair wanted: the routes. They didn’t care about the planes, or even having to cover some losses. Plus, since they already have a proven air safety compliance record, they could have got the new AOC approved within a matter of weeks, rather than the months or years it normally takes a new airline to apply for a certificate from scratch.”That was why Cobalt’s executive chairman Grigoris Diakos appealed to the licensing authority to only suspend the airline’s AOC rather than revoke it. By suspending it, the AOC would be kept ‘live’ and could have been transferred to the new owners.“It seems, though, there just wasn’t enough time to clinch a buyout deal with Ryanair,” the sources speculated.That said, they did not rule out civil aviation reinstating Cobalt’s licence should the two companies come to an agreement even at this late hour.This information appeared to be confirmed by Alecos Michaelides, permanent secretary of the transport ministry.He told the Cyprus News Agency that at a meeting held this week, airline officials failed to convince the licensing authority they could pull a rabbit out of a hat.Michaelides said Cobalt officials insisted they were close to signing on the dotted line with new investors.“They claimed that one investor signed, but didn’t put up the money at the last moment, and so on. They insisted they had many interested parties and the like.“But this was all vague talk. 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