The Toronto stock market was slightly lower Tuesday with buyers disinclined to do much following the previous session’s sharp advance, which was spurred by hopes that a major fiscal crisis in the U.S. can be avoided.The S&P/TSX composite index was 16.04 points lower to 12,024.36 following a 163-point run-up Monday while the TSX Venture Exchange added 1.03 points to 1,250.99.The Canadian dollar declined 0.14 of a cent to 100.2 cents US.U.S. indexes were also lower following strong gains Monday, held back in part by earnings disappointments from tech giant Hewlett Packard and electronics chain Best Buy.The Dow Jones industrials gave back 29.86 points to 12,766.1 after surging 208 points, the Nasdaq dipped 4.73 points to 2,911.34 and the S&P 500 index inched 1.4 points lower to 1,385.49.The TSX and New York indexes racked up solid advances Monday as traders felt more optimistic that American politicians can come together to agree on a budget deal by the end of next month.Without such a deal, the U.S. risks going over a so-called fiscal cliff and into recession as the economy would suffer a severe shock from a combination of automatic spending cuts and the expiration of Bush-era tax cuts.The strong advances Monday helped to make up some of the losses registered on markets in the wake of the U.S. election on Nov. 6. The results left the American political landscape unchanged and raised worries that negotiations on a budget deal would quickly get bogged down in partisan bickering.But traders were pleased at the conciliatory tone adopted late last week and a comment by U.S. President Barack Obama that he’s confident lawmakers can deal with the fiscal situation.However, analysts cautioned that rhetoric can only go so far and markets will be looking for progress in negotiations next week after the U.S. Thanksgiving holiday is out of the way.Shares in Hewlett-Packard Co. plunged 10.7 per cent to US$11.88. The tech giant is taking a US$8.8-billion charge in its latest quarterly results as it said there were “serious accounting improprieties, disclosure failures and outright misrepresentations at Autonomy Corporation PLC,” which HP bought last year.HP’s net loss for the fiscal fourth quarter amounted to $6.85 billion, or $3.49 per share. That compares with net income of $239 million, or 12 cents per share, in the same period last year.Electronics chain Best Buy Co. reported another dismal quarter on Tuesday, recording a loss of $10 million or three cents per share in the third quarter, hurt by a continued sales slump and charges related to restructuring. That compares with net income of $156 million, or 42 cents per share in the prior-year period and its shares dropped 12.73 per cent to $12.Commodity prices slipped following big gains Monday with December copper unchanged at US$3.53 a pound following an eight-cent jump Monday. The base metals sector declined 0.6 per cent as Thompson Creek Metals (TSX:TCM) dropped 16 cents to C$2.66 while Turquoise Hill Resources (TSX:TRQ) dropped 12 cents to $7.55.The gold sector was also off 0.6 per cent with December bullion was down $3.90 to US$1,730.50 an ounce. Iamgold (TSX:IMG) was down 15 cents to C$11.68 while Agnico-Eagle Mines (TSX:AEM) faded 49 cents to $54.71.The January crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange fell $1.06 to US$88.22 a barrel. Prices had run up sharply over the previous two sessions on worries that fighting between Israel and Hamas could spread, jeopardizing oil shipments from the Mideast. The energy sector dipped 0.4 per cent and Cenovus Energy (TSX:CVE) gave back 59 cents to C$32.40 and Imperial Oil (TSX:IM) shed 27 cents to $43.53.The tech sector led advances with Research In Motion Ltd. (TSX:RIM) ahead 33 cents to $9.92 after Jeffries tech analyst Peter Misek upgraded the stock from underperform to hold. He said he was surprised by the strongly positive initial feedback on RIM’s new BB10 handset from carriers. The BB10 is expected to be launched Jan. 30.Traders also looked to the eurozone after France lost its AAA credit rating. Moody’s Investors Service cited concerns over France’s prospects for economic growth and its exposure to Europe’s financial crisis in announcing its downgrade. This is the second ratings downgrade to have hit France this year: Standard & Poor’s agency lowered its score in January.French finance minister Pierre Moscovici insisted that France’s credibility remains strong and that the government’s plan to reduce unemployment and restore growth will show results.Elsewhere on the corporate front, Canada’s oldest company, Hudson’s Bay Co., said Monday its return to the public stock market values the retail company at $17 a share, or about $2 billion in total. HBC said it plans to sell a total of 21 million shares, about one-fifth of the company’s stock, raising about $365 million through an initial public offering. Share trading under the symbol “HBC” is expected to begin on the closing of the offering, expected Nov. 26.Canadian Satellite Radio Holdings Inc. (TSX:XSR), the parent company of Sirius XM Canada Inc., said Tuesday it will pay a special cash dividend of 8.25 cents per class A subordinate voting share and 2.75 cents per class B voting share. The broadcaster will also pay begin paying a quarterly dividend of the same amount and its shares surged 18.37 per cent to $5.80.Meanwhile, European Union officials will make a fresh try Tuesday at reaching a political accord on desperately needed bailout loans to Greece.Greece is still waiting for a €31.5-billion loan, the latest instalment of the bailout money that is keeping the country afloat. The loan was due to have been signed off last week but a meeting of the finance ministers from the 17 European Union countries that use the euro failed to agree on how to get Greece’s bailout program back on track.European bourses were positive as London’s FTSE 100 edged up 0.04 per cent while Frankfurt’s DAX was up 0.6 per cent and the Paris CAC 40 gained 0.47 per cent. read more
According to a UN spokesman, the two men “reaffirmed that UN resolutions must remain the basis for all attempts to address these crises.”During the discussions, Mr. Roed-Larsen briefed the Foreign Minister on international efforts to forge peace between Israelis and Palestinians, as embodied in the diplomatic Quartet comprised of the United States, European Union, Russian Federation and UN. “This includes concentrated work to develop a detailed roadmap, backed by broad international consensus, to bring peace to the region,” the spokesman noted.The UN envoy emphasized that no peace can be lasting unless it is comprehensive and includes all parties to the conflict. read more
Chinese, super fans boost global movie ticket sales by 6 pct. to a record $34.7 billion AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email by The Associated Press Posted Mar 21, 2013 6:51 pm MDT LOS ANGELES, Calif. – Global movie ticket sales rose 6 per cent in 2012 to a record $34.7 billion thanks to the growing popularity of movies in Asia and higher attendance by diehard fans in the U.S. and Canada.According to the Motion Picture Association of America, China overtook Japan as the biggest market outside the U.S. and Canada combined, with sales there growing 36 per cent to $2.7 billion.As a whole, the Asian box office grew 15 per cent to $10.4 billion, while in Europe, Middle East and Africa, ticket sales fell 1 per cent to $10.7 billion. Latin American revenue rose 6 per cent to $2.8 billion.In the U.S. and Canada, sales rose 6 per cent to $10.8 billion, driven higher primarily by moviegoers who attend once a month or more.Those super fans represent only 13 per cent of the population but bought 57 per cent of all movie tickets, an increase of 7 percentage points from a year ago. Super fans grew as a share of the population by 2 percentage points.About two-thirds of people in the U.S. and Canada saw a movie at least once last year.And even as the number of 3-D movie screens grew, enthusiasm for the format appeared to plateau. There were 9 per cent more 3-D screens in the U.S. and Canada, but revenue from 3-D showings was flat at $1.8 billion.Globally, the number of 3-D screens rose 27 per cent to 45,500.The lacklustre 3-D result was partly due to the six major studios that make up the MPAA releasing fewer movies in the format. Those studios — Sony, Universal, 20th Century Fox, Disney, Paramount and Warner Bros. — released 36 3-D movies in 2012, down from a peak of 45 in 2011.Attendance for 3-D movies peaks among teenagers but declines rapidly as people get older, MPAA data showed. read more
← Previous Story Maxim Butenko in Pick Szeged! Next Story → Cecilia Leganger in Larvik! One of the best left wings at EURO 2010 in Austria, Luka Zvizej (29) decided to back to his first club, Celje Pivovarna Lasko, after he took his paper from Hungarian Pick Szeged, where he spent three seasons. Zvizej had to choice between Celje PL and THW Kiel, but playing at home and serious project with Zvonimir Serdarusic on the bench was crucial to break on Slovenian side.Zvizej didn’t get a true chance as a young player in Celje in competition with Eduard Koksharov but now is situation a bit different. In his career, Zvizej won Champions League with FC Barcelona in 2005. read more
Alberto Aguirrezabalaga GarciaCsurgoi KK ← Previous Story Qatar want Valero Rivera on the bench! Next Story → Bogdan Wenta stays in Kielce: New contract is new motivation Currently the third force of Hungarian handball, Csurgoi KK has signed contract with Spanish right wing Alberto Aguirrezabalaga Garcia (25), who will come next summer from Slovenian team Trimo Trebnje. As many Spanish players, Aguirrezabalaga was forced to leave Spanish ASOBAL due serious financial crisis. He has played for Portland San Antonio and Ciudad Real since 2012, when he moved to Slovenia with his girlfriend famous Spanish wing – Carmen Martin who is playing in RK Krim Merkator Ljubljana.Alberto’s brother Mikel is playing for F.C Barcelona Intersport.PHOTO: CSKK.HU read more
Read House prices in Dublin are up almost 25 per cent in the last 12 months FAN OF ONLINE shopping?… Getting a little tired of having to call on your neighbours to pick up your parcels?Well a solution to that problem could soon be on the way…An Post in planning to give householders the option of installing a purpose-built delivery box outside their homes by 2015.Up to 80,000 of the boxes could eventually be manufactured, according to the semi-state — but it’s planned an initial order will be placed for 10,000 of the products.According to a document requesting expressions of interest, “the delivery box will play a key role between An Post and its’ consumers and will become the main focal point of delivery for our mail service to the consumer”.It says the finished product should have “excellent security features” and “excellent protection against all kinds of environmental weathering conditions”.It’s planned the box will be a “self install” product for the customers.Pilot programmes“We’ve been piloting and trialing this in a number of urban and rural locations — we’re now moving on to the next stage of product so we can perfect the design” an An Post spokesperson said.It’s planned the products will come onto the market in the first quarter of next year, and will be available to householders and businesses.In terms of how much a box will cost, “we don’t know yet – but it will be kept to a minimum,” the spokesperson said.There’s been a significant increase in the number of goods purchased online being delivered recently: whereas An Post recorded a year-on-year increase in such deliveries of 14 per cent or so from around 2009, that figure jumped to 22 per cent last year.Meanwhile, delivery of traditional mail has decreased by 30 per cent since 2007The new boxes will be 37cm x 25cm x 16.5cm, according to An Post.“They’ll be designed for the most common size of larger jiffy bags and smaller parcels — but in the future we’ll also be looking at expanding the sizes,” the spokesperson said.By the way — if you happen to be in the die-cast metal business and want a piece of the action, you might want to get your skates on, the deadline for submissions is just a month away.Read Lamb kebabs found to contain no… lamb read more
The Ancient Greek theme of Nostos usually involved an epic hero befalling all manner of calamities as he returned home by sea to finally reach a place of safety and immortality. And Nostos III, that took place in Australia this year, could not have been an easy journey for Greek Deputy Foreign Affairs Minister Terens Quick that was called a persona non grata by some before he even arrived, was labelled as a ‘traitor’ by others for his role in the ratification of the Prespes Agreement, and received condemnation by the Greek media for wasting taxpayers’ money on trips such as this one. Unfazed by criticism, Mr Quick spoke of “success” on Tuesday during the joint press conference with Cypriot Presidential Commissioner for the Diaspora Photis Phitiou, and the Egyptian Minister for Expatiates’ Affairs Nabila Makram.Mr Quick did not pinpoint any tangible results or success stories because programmes such as this one will no doubt take years to root. He did however refer to the legacy that the visit will leave behind as it builds bridges between different nations and their respective diasporas. In that respect it is hoped that Nostos III will pick up the baton that Nostos II left off in London, and Nostos I began in Alexandria. It’s all about exchange and collaboration and an epic voyage of unification.All three officials could not stress the importance of youth, and that is where they cast their focus in efforts to fan the diasporic flame for the future.“We didn’t just have a meeting where kids only talked about cultural matters,” Mr Quick said.“They also raised matters of concern to young people around the world. They put forth the huge matter of climate change. Climate change that is at this point perhaps the number one matter that all governments should be talking about.”For Mr Quick, the most impressive element of the meeting with young people was that they didn’t just participate in the forum but they spearheaded it with their own initiatives, presenting plans of action as to how the three countries should exploit their natural resources for wind and solar energy as well as for harnessing natural gas. They even came up with their own slogan – Save GEC – from the Save Australia idea.“We are investing in the young generation of our diaspora. We want them close to their roots, their history, their culture,” Mr Photiou said, adding that he understands the importance of this, from the perspective of a person whose own country has been divided for 45 years.But perhaps it was Ms Makram that was the most convincing when it came to the importance of the Nostos initiative. “Before arriving to Australia, I went to New Zealand and I had to visit the families after the tragedy that happened. I was shocked by the statement of the young man who committed this crime that there was an ‘anti’ feeling towards immigrants,” she said, pointing to the Christchurch mosque attack as just an example as to why it is important for immigrants to feel proud and have a positive image of themselves.“I believe that the Nostos project is coming at the right time to deliver a global message to the world. We need to highlight the role and let them know about their roots.” In the spirit of peace and unity, young people of the three countries are being encouraged to – as Mr Quick said – “hang out together”. And to make it more enticing, five young diasporans from each of the three representative nations will go on a trip to Greece, Egypt and Cyprus so that they can explore their common history, roots and identity.Trips of a lifetime like that can indeed foster pride and connection, but is a fifteen-membered youth delegation embarking on such a journey enough to ensure the survival of the diasporic identity at a time when immigrant associations are complaining that their numbers are dwindling as the older generation dies? Will the university lecture halls be filled with tertiary students wishing to learn Greek or Arabic? Will newspapers such as Neos Kosmos continue to have a reason for existing?The question was asked as to how Nostos III will affect the daily lives of young diasporans in practical terms, but the response was more political speak. And that’s how it is in epic tragedies, Nostos has always been tied to kleos (posthumous glory), and such is the case with this programme. Its results can only be seen once the seeds are planted well into the future when young people grow into adults who are proud of their heritage – or sometimes we’ll never know the exact success, because one young person may decide to reinforce their identity in a healthy way rather than make the evening news, as Ms Makram so aptly pointed out. Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram read more
Inondations : deux personnes tuées par les intempéries dans les PyrénéesDe fortes pluies s’abattent depuis le début de la semaine sur le sud du pays. En début d’après-midi, sept départements étaient placés en alerte orange aux inondations, alors que deux automobilistes ont été emportés par les eaux dans les Pyrénées.Le corps de la première victime, un homme de 41 ans a été retrouvé mardi dans le Rénat, un cours d’eau habituellement à sec situé au sud de Perpignan, rapporte France Soir. Le père de famille a été emporté par les eaux alors qu’il partait travailler. Mercredi, une seconde victime a été découverte dans le même cours d’eau, mort noyé dans sa voiture. Tous les passages à gué du département ont été fermés à la circulation.En fin de matinée, sept départements étaient placés en alerte orange face aux nouvelle pluies attendues pas Météo-France : l’Ariège, l’Aude, la Haute-Garonne, l’Hérault, les Pyrénées-Atlantiques, les Hautes-Pyrénées et les Pyrénées-Orientales. Dans l’Aude, 200 personnes ont été évacuées ce matin par précaution à Cusax d’Aude. 47 autres foyers ont également été évacués à Bize-Minervois, où un affluent de l’Aude, la Cesse, a franchi le seuil de vigilance rouge, atteignant ce matin un pic de crue de 4,03 mètres. Un niveau supérieur à la crue qui avait fait une trentaine de victimes dans la région en novembre 1999.Le 16 mars 2011 à 15:25 • Emmanuel Perrin read more
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TEWKSBURY, MA — The Friends of the Elderly are holding a GIANT YARD SALE on Saturday, July 20, 2019, from 9am to 2pm, at the Tewksbury Senior Center (175 Chandler Street).Proceeds from the event will benefit a Memorial Bench in honor of the late State Representative Jim Miceli.Admission is free. Table spaces are available at $20 per table and $35 for two tables. Baked goods and luncheon items will also be sold.Drop by the Tewksbury Senior Center any Tuesday, Wednesday, or Thursday morning to reserve a table. For more information, call Linda at 978-851-4243.Like Wilmington Apple on Facebook. Follow Wilmington Apple on Twitter. Follow Wilmington Apple on Instagram. Subscribe to Wilmington Apple’s daily email newsletter HERE. Got a comment, question, photo, press release, or news tip? Email firstname.lastname@example.org.Share this:TwitterFacebookLike this:Like Loading… Related5 Things To Do In Wilmington On Saturday, July 20, 2019In “5 Things To Do Today”State Rep. Jim Miceli Announces July Office HoursIn “Government”Celebrate The Life & Legacy Of State Rep. Jim Miceli On April 25In “Government” read more
John Wilson, 70, at the Morgan County Fair in McConnelsville, Ohio. — ReutersOutside the Morgan County fair in McConnelsville, in a rural swath of Ohio that fervently backed US president Donald Trump in last year’s election, ticket seller John Wilson quietly counts off a handful of disappointments with the man he helped elect.The 70-year-old retired banker said he is unhappy with infighting and turnover in the White House. He does not like Trump’s penchant for traveling to his personal golf resorts. He wishes the president would do more to fix the healthcare system, and he worries that Trump might back down from his promise to force illegal immigrants out of the country.“Every president makes mistakes,” Wilson said. “But if you add one on top of one, on top of another one, on top of another, there’s just a limit.”Trump, who inspired millions of supporters last year in places like Morgan County, has been losing his grip on rural America.According to the Reuters/Ipsos daily tracking poll, the Republican president’s popularity is eroding in small towns and rural communities where 15 percent of the country’s population lives. The poll of more than 15,000 adults in “non-metro” areas shows that they are now as likely to disapprove of Trump as they are to approve of him.In September, 47 per cent of people in non-metro areas approved of Trump while 47 per cent disapproved. That is down from Trump’s first four weeks in office, when 55 percent said they approved of the president while 39 percent disapproved.The poll found that Trump has lost support in rural areas among men, whites and people who never went to college. He lost support with rural Republicans and rural voters who supported him on Election Day.And while Trump still gets relatively high marks in the poll for his handling of the economy and national security, rural Americans are increasingly unhappy with Trump’s record on immigration, a central part of his presidential campaign.Forty-seven per cent of rural Americans said in September they approved of the president’s handling of immigration, down from 56 per cent during his first month in office.Poll respondents who were interviewed by Reuters gave different reasons for their dissatisfaction with the president on immigration.A few said they are tired of waiting for Trump to make good on his promise to build a wall along America’s southern border, while others said they were uncomfortable with his administration’s efforts to restrict travel into the United States.“There should be some sort of compromise between a free flow of people over the border and something that’s more controlled,” said Drew Carlson, 19, of Warrensburg, Missouri, who took the poll.But Trump’s “constant fixation on deportation is a little bit unsettling to me.”The Trump administration would not comment about the Reuters/Ipsos poll.To be sure, Trump is still much more popular in rural America than he is elsewhere.Since he took office, “I like him less, but I support him more,” said Robert Cody, 87, a retired chemical engineer from Bartlesville, Oklahoma who took the poll.Cody said that Trump may rankle some people with the way he talks and tweets, but it is a small price to pay for a president who will fight to strip away government regulations and strengthen the border.DROPPING OFF THE SCREENWhen Trump called the election a ”last shot“ for the struggling coal industry and when he called for protecting the nation’s southern border with a “big, fat, beautiful wall”, he was speaking directly to rural America, said David Swenson, an economist at Iowa State University.“Feelings of resentment and deprivation have pervaded a lot of these places,” Swenson said. “And here comes a candidate (Trump) who’s offering simplistic answers” to issues that concern them.Rural Americans responded by supporting Trump over Democratic rival Hillary Clinton by 26 percentage points during the election, an advantage that helped tip the balance in battleground states, such as Michigan, Wisconsin and Pennsylvania, where Trump won by less than 1 percentage point.But after 10 months, many are still waiting to see concrete changes that could make life easier in rural America, said Karl Stauber, who runs a private economic development agency serving a patchwork of manufacturing communities in south central Virginia. “Rural people are more cynical about the federal government than people in general are,” Stauber said. “They’ve heard so many promises, and they’ve not seen much done.”Despite all the talk of bringing manufacturing jobs back, Stauber said he has not seen any companies which have relocated to his region, or anyone expand their workforce, due to new federal policies.“It just seems like we’ve dropped off the screen,” he said.According to the poll, Trump’s overall popularity has dropped gradually, and for different reasons, this year.Rural Americans were increasingly unhappy with Trump’s handling of healthcare in March and April after he lobbied for a Republican plan to overhaul Obamacare and cut coverage for millions of Americans.In May and June, they were more critical of Trump’s ability to carry out US foreign policy, and they gave him lower marks for “the way he treats people like me.”In August, they were increasingly unhappy with “the effort he’s making to unify the country” after he blamed “both sides” for the violence in Charlottesville, Virginia, in which a suspected white nationalist drove his car into a crowd of anti-racist demonstrators.The Reuters/Ipsos poll was conducted online in English across the United States. It asked people to rate the president’s performance and the results were filtered for people who lived in zip codes that fell within counties designated as “non-metro” by the federal government.The poll combined the results of “non-metro” respondents into nine, four-week periods. Each period included between 1,300 and 2,000 responses and had a credibility interval, a measure of accuracy, of 3 percentage points. read more
Winter is synonymous with merrymaking, travel, and good food. With schools closed for the week, and office goers breathing in their year-end leaves, it calls for some quality time spent with the family over a leisurely brunch in one of the finest restaurants in the city.With Italian cuisine having won over foodies across the country, Delhiites can undeniably feast on a variety of pizzas. Keeping this in mind, Blooms at Eros Hotel, Nehru Place, has launched a pizza station, ready to deliver mind-blowing hand tossed thin crust pizzas to their patrons. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfUpon entering the eatery, the first thing to notice other than the beautiful buffet spread would be the magnificent chandeliers and French windows overlooking an open lawn. Once you pick a favourite spot to settle for brunch, your eyes catch the tall paintings embellishing the high wall, while the traditional architectural design of yesteryears has your awestruck attention. Other than the lavish buffet, Blooms also serves a unique selection of a-la-carte. Starting off with some lip-smacking Khow Suey, a traditional Burmese soup, you can taste the power-packed spices as you slurp the coconut-rich soup with vegetables, noodles, peanuts and fried garlic. Blooms signature salad, very similar to Caesar salad, has fresh lettuce and herbs mixed with caper berries, garlic croutons, Grana Padano shavings in caper garlic dressing. The perfect crunch of the fresh leaves, with brined capers, grilled chicken and cheese shavings feels like a little piece of heaven. If you are in the mood for some fish and chips with the ever loving tartar sauce, do not forget to try theirs. The plate comes with a huge serving, enough for two. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveWith the already elaborate a-la-carte menu, offering an array of salads, soups, appetisers, mains form different cuisines and a massive layout of desserts, Blooms has an equally appealing pizza spread for both vegans and meat lovers.The Quarto Formaggio (four cheese) pizza is a burst of flavours loaded with four variants of the finest imported cheese: fontina, provolone, parmesan and mozzarella. Foodies that are lactose intolerant might want to stay away from this precious baked pie. The Blooms Signature pizza boasts of sun-dried tomatoes, pine nuts and goat cheese – bliss for vegetarians! Prosciutto Di Funghi and Smoked chicken pizzas could be wonderful choices for those who prefer meat on their pizzas. The perfectly cooked Prosciutto and mushroom blended with cheese will melt your heart, while the firm chunky smoked chicken, with jalapeno and corn, will provide you with the much-needed crunch and satiate your tummy. If you are already eating from the buffet, but want to try the pizzas, they can be added to your bill for a meagre amount.Heading off to sweet endings, the buffet has a variety of hot and cold desserts, starting from pastries, brownies, mud cake, gulab jamun, passion fruit and chocolate mousse, and many more. the chocolate mousse topped with passion fruit jelly is a phenomenal treat for your taste buds. But if you are watching your weight, it is advisable to keep off the alluring dessert spread! In case you are a fan of ice cream, you must try some form the a-la-carte. Though, the star of desserts has to be the coffee ice cream topped with some chocolate chips, almond shavings, and walnuts. read more
In an armed robbery that took place on Tuesday at a supermarket in Acaciavale, the perpetrator managed to get away with cash and goods.“At around 7pm last night, a man pointing a gun at me came into the store. He then demanded cash. Two customers in the store at the time were also held at gun point as the thief demanded that they give him their cellphones,” said shop owner Mohammad Hassan.An undisclosed amount of cash, airtime, cigarettes and both of the customers’ phones were taken.When the police arrived, the perpetrator had already fled the scene. DID YOU KNOW?Click on the words highlighted in red to read more on this and related topics.If you are reading this on your cellphone and there are telephone numbers provided in the text, you can call these simply by clicking on them.To receive news links via WhatsApp.For the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite read more
A German tourist attempted to traffic more than 400 reptiles and amphibians to Panama using plastic bags and take-out containers. (Courtesy of the Public Security Ministry)Record-breaking animal contraband seizuresIn a country as biodiverse as Costa Rica, it is little wonder that poaching and other environmental crimes are common, but 2014 saw more record-breaking, and often bizarre, seizures than ever before.In what is assumed to be the largest wildlife seizure in at least 20 years, authorities at the Juan Santamaría international airport nabbed a German tourist attempting to smuggle more than 400 reptiles in his luggage. The animals were kept in plastic food containers and given plants to munch on for the ride. Despite getting caught red-handed, the 32-year-old man was let off with a slap on the wrist from a flagrancy court and shipped back to Germany.In the same month, police uncovered what is believed to be the largest turtle egg stash ever seized after discovering 9,400 Olive Ridley turtle eggs in the trunk of a car on the country’s northwestern Nicoya Peninsula.Read more Into the Wild columns here.“Into the Wild” is a monthly wildlife column from photojournalist Lindsay Fendt. Stay tuned the first Saturday of each month for more glimpses into Costa Rica’s extraordinary biodiversity. Facebook Comments Recommended: Costa Rica’s most dangerous creaturesWe decided to use this month’s Into the Wild to take a look back at the three most insane wildlife stories of 2014. Shots of a tinkerbella nana female taken under a microscope. From the top of its head to the bottom of its abdomen, the tinker bell wasp is 0.25 mm in length, about three times the width of the average human hair. (From the Journal of Hymenoptera Research)The discovery of the tinker bell wasp and other parasitic waspsNamed for the sassy fairy in the tale of Peter Pan, the tinker bell wasp (Tinkerbella nana) was discovered at La Selva Biological station in Sarapique. At 0.25 millimeters in length, the wasp is now recognized as the third-smallest winged insect ever discovered. Due to its size, scientists believe that the wasp must swim through the air like a fish, rather than fly like a bird.Unsurprisingly, the microscopic wasp has never been seen out in the wild. John Noyes, the wasp’s discoverer, uncovered the wasp by digging through debris from the forest floor in La Selva. Using a microscope, Noyes looked through nets full of alcohol-soaked debris in three-millimeter teaspoons, pulling out insects as he went. The amazing discovery was named one of the Top 10 New Species of 2014 by the International Institute for Species Exploration.The tinker bell wasp joins nearly 200 other species discovered elsewhere in Costa Rica last year. Biologists in the Guanacaste Conservation Area, in the country’s northwest, began bar-coding DNA to distinguish between nearly identical species of wasps in the region. There are now 20,000 other species of wasps waiting for the same bar-coding process. Crocodiles bask in the sun beneath a bridge over Costa Rica’s Tarcoles River. Experts say tourists and tour operators feeding the Tarcoles crocodiles and others throughout the country are part of what is making the country’s crocs more aggressive. Lindsay Fendt/The Tico TimesCosta Rica’s new crocodile warAmerican crocodiles are nothing new to Costa Rica; the country’s rivers are swarming with the giant reptiles. However, until recently, people and crocodiles seemed fairly skilled at avoiding each other. The year 2014 was the year of unusual human-croc conflict, and left crocodile experts scrambling for a solution to a perceived crocodile overpopulation.In April, a 32-year-old Nicaraguan man was devoured by crocodiles in the Tarcoles River after he attempted a swim near the famous Tarcoles Bridge. The brutal killing was followed by a series of beachside crocodile sightings and another crocodile attack, all working to sway public opinion against crocs. Concerned for the safety of visitors, the Costa Rican Tourism Institute and the Chamber of Hotel Owners petitione the Environment Ministry (MINAE) for a crocodile intervention.The complaints have put the tourism sector at odds with MINAE and crocodile experts, which believe it is the tourism sector, not the crocodiles, that have become a problem. Instead of relocating or killing crocodiles as most tourism businesses want, MINAE has responded to the perceived threat by cracking down on tourism businesses that feed crocodiles.With crocodile breeding season now over, we will have to wait for 2015 to see where this story goes. Related posts:The secret lives of leaf-cutting ants Crocodiles sleep with one eye open Grab your binoculars: It’s Christmas Bird Count season in Costa Rica! Urban flocks (Part 1): 5 common birds of San José read more
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