In a statement read out in a formal meeting by its President for the month, Adamantios Vassilakis (Greece), the Council noted the Declaration on the implementation of the Pretoria Agreement on the peace process in Côte d’Ivoire, signed on 29 June in Pretoria under the auspices of the African Union (AU) mediator, President Thabo Mbeki.The new agreement is the latest effort between the Ivorian parties to revive a peace process deadlocked since April when talks faltered on setting a timetable for elections and disarmament. The elections were meant to herald the end of a conflict that exploded when rebels tried to oust President Laurent Gbagbo in 2002 and seized the north of the world’s top cocoa grower. The country has been divided ever since.Today, the Council reiterated its full support to the AU Mediation and welcomed its efforts, so that the forthcoming elections in Côte d’Ivoire were credible and held as planned, Ambassador Vassilakis said.The Council affirmed its readiness, in close consultation with the AU Mediation, to implement individual sanctions provided for in paragraphs 9 and 11 of resolution 1572 (2004) – which gave Ivorian parties one month to get the peace process back on track or face a travel ban and a freeze on their assets – against those who did not comply with those commitments or constituted an obstacle to their full implementation.
More than 3,500 students will be joining the ranks of Brock University alumni during Spring Convocation this week. They will be welcomed with the help of a new Alumni Association video to be shown during the graduation ceremonies.Brock’s office of Development and Alumni Relations worked together with the Marketing and Communications department to produce the video that introduces new graduates to the Brock University Alumni Association.The video features clips shot on campus, in the community and in the workplaces of several high-profile alumni. Those featured talk about how graduates from Brock are entitled to benefits such as discounts on services, credit cards and insurance. They also benefit from the continued use of on-campus services, including as access to the Walker Complex, the library and Career Services.“We want graduates to know that their time at Brock doesn’t end today and they can take advantage of being a Brock Alumni every day for the rest of their life,” said Shelley Huxley, Director, Alumni and Donor RelationsFeatured in the video are the following alumni:Chris Phillips (BBA ’94), President, Brock University Alumni AssociationSenior Advisor, Planning and Economic Development, City of HamiltonTyronne Balthazaar (BBA ’97), Manager, International Recruitment Services, Brock UniversityBrittany Gogo (BA ’06), Reporter, CHCH NewsTonya Verbeek (B.RLS. ’00, BEd ’03, MEd ’06), Olympic Wrestler and Coach, Wrestling CanadaGreg Plata (BSM ’08), Director, Content Creation, TraffikKyle Dubas (BSM ’07), Assistant General Manager, Toronto Maple LeafsJoel Dembe (BSM ’07), ParalympianRick Campanelli (BPhEd ’94), Canadiantelevision and radio personality
United States Men’s National Team supporters cheer on the U.S. during a game against Mexico Sept. 10, at Crew Stadium. The U.S. won, 2-0.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorWhen sports fans think of rivalries in the United States, Red Sox-Yankees, North Carolina-Duke, Lakers-Celtics and Ohio State-Michigan come to mind.Soccer is often left out, but the United States Men’s National Team versus the Mexico national football team is quite possibly the biggest athletic rivalry in North America. Soccer fans are crazy about their teams, showing support by singing endlessly, lighting flares and throwing streamers on the pitch.The drama continues in the Confederation of North, Central American and Caribbean Association Football. Before Tuesday night, the U.S. men’s national team stood in second place with 13 points, while Mexico was in fourth place with eight points. The U.S. team could not afford two consecutive losses and risk dropping to third place. Likewise, Mexico needed a win to help their 2014 World Cup chances.Columbus was the perfect place for the U.S. to bounce back and take on Mexico in what was arguably the biggest World Cup qualifying match to date.After losing away to Costa Rica Friday night, it was clear the U.S. was glad to be home — as it is undefeated all-time in Columbus against Mexico, posting a 7-0-3 record. The American supporters have always provided an amazing atmosphere at Crew Stadium.The tradition began in 2001, when the U.S. first played Mexico at Crew Stadium and won 2-0. The pro-American crowd helped create a psychological advantage, and they continued to schedule the biggest game in Columbus to very positive results. Since then, the U.S. has won “dos a cero” every time.The fans played a key role in the U.S. victory Tuesday night. It seemed like all 24,584 fans stood throughout, raising noise levels off the charts. Chants of “We are going to Brazil” and “Dos a Cero” echoed throughout the stadium.Columbus might officially be the center of soccer in America.Fans from around the nation provided strong support beginning weeks before the game and kept it up through the final whistle.It all began with U.S. soccer’s newest social media campaign, where supporters were able to send messages using the #FanWall that would be displayed in the Columbus Crew’s tunnel. The wall was the last thing the players saw before entering the field.Prior to the game, former player and current brand ambassador for the Crew, Frankie Hejduk, said the wall is a motivational tool.“It motivates you. I’m all for any type of motivation that gives you some sort of advantage,” Hejduk said. “That wall is definitely one of those things that do it for the players.”U.S. manager Jürgen Klinsmann took to social media himself, tweeting from @J_Klinsmann Sept. 8, “awesome sayings on the #FanWall. Thank you so much!”It’s awesome avid soccer fans in the U.S. were able to interact with the players this way. Fans showed support through messages like “We win together. We lose together. We stand together.” Others included “11 on the field. 27k in the stands. Millions around the country. On this field, on this night, we all believe in you.” These words had to have been massive for the team’s confidence. It gives the players inspiration knowing how much fans appreciate them.Columbus is a football town in more than one way. The city might not hate Mexico as much as it hates Michigan, but the support for their team is just as strong.Columbus, take a bow. You’ve done it again on the biggest stage.Despite rumors of moving the game elsewhere, Columbus should plan on witnessing plenty more U.S. vs. Mexico matchups. It was a game soccer fans will remember for a lifetime.
With Ohio State’s basketball season coming to an unexpected end Saturday night in the Elite Eight matchup against Wichita State at the Staples Center in Los Angeles, many Buckeyes are still trying to get over it. Junior guard Aaron Craft said he’s going into the offseason with big expectations for next year. “It’s tough right now. It’s crazy to think I’m down to one year left,” Craft said after the game. “We have to understand there’s a sense of urgency now. Ohio State is one of the best places in the country to be and we need to make the most of it.” Just a year ago, OSU students and fans from all over the country were preparing their trips to New Orleans for the Final Four. Unfortunately this year’s team couldn’t make it back. The Buckeyes haven’t made consecutive Final Four appearances since the 1960s, when they went to the Final Four three straight years (1960-1962). The four teams that will be playing in the Final Four are No. 1-seed Louisville, No. 9-seed Wichita State, No. 4-seed Syracuse and No. 4-seed Michigan. Heading into the NCAA Tournament, some analysts, like former NBA superstar Charles Barkley, felt the Big Ten conference was overrated despite having seven teams in the tournament. Now, Michigan is the only remaining Big Ten team, putting many OSU fans in an awkward position. Allison Roda, a fourth-year in marketing and strategic communication, said she isn’t happy that Michigan is in the Final Four and OSU is not. “I’m definitely upset about it,” Roda said. “It just sucks and I don’t really care that there’s a Big Ten representative, I’d just rather it had been us.” Although there are quite a few Buckeye fans that feel the same way as Roda, there are also some fans that think Michigan making it to Atlanta for the Final Four reflects well on OSU. Tyler Shebeck, a first-year in business, is one of those fans with a positive attitude. “I’m happy Michigan is in the Final Four,” he said. “It’s a bummer we’re not, but at the same time, you have to look at it as a team representing the Big Ten, not as a rival. Plus it helps my bracket.” Whether you like it or not, Michigan will be playing in the Final Four and has a legitimate shot at a national championship. If you want to root against them, be my guest, but I can tell you right now whenever there is a chance to make the Big Ten look good and not appear to be a purely football conference, I will jump on that bandwagon. Michigan is set to face Syracuse Saturday at 8:49 p.m. at the Georgia Dome in Atlanta. Coverage will be on CBS.
Staff members at The Columbian were recognized for their writing, photography and design during 2016 in a regional journalism competition sponsored by the Society of Professional Journalists.The honors included five trophies for arts and entertainment writing, comprehensive coverage, page design, sports column writing and sports video reporting. Staffers also received three runner-up certificates for sports column writing, general news photography and feature news reporting.The contest recognized work done by print, broadcast and online journalists in Washington, Oregon, Idaho, Montana and Alaska.The winning entries among mid-sized news staffs included a trophy for comprehensive coverage to Brooks Johnson and Dameon Pesanti for their Oil Town series of articles on a proposed oil terminal at the Port of Vancouver.Scott Hewitt won a trophy for arts and entertainment writing for his story “Paul versus Paul,” comparing and contrasting Paul Simon and Paul McCartney.Tim Martinez won a trophy for sports column writing for three columns, “Time to consider schools’ classification success in reclassification process,” “Special relay reminds us what prep sports are all about” and “Public schools vs. private, what do the facts say?”
Thousands streamed through the Clark County Event Center at the Fairgrounds over the weekend, looking for the means and inspiration for that next home or garden project, at the Clark Public Utilities Home & Garden Idea Fair.Hundreds of vendors lined the exhibition halls, with many more peddling endless varieties of flowers, herbs and vegetables across the midway.Doug Quinn, Clark Public Utilities director of water services, said the weather was largely perfect for the show: It wasn’t so wet and gray that people would choose to stay inside, but it wasn’t so nice that people would choose to spend the whole day out and at play.La Center’s Angela Snyder was on her second load of plants in her red wagon by mid-afternoon. It was her first trip to the show, she said.Snyder’s wagon was stuffed with rosemary, an aloe vera plant she was excited about and some French Quarter coleus.She recently ordered four raised beds and is helping with her widowed mother’s lawn in Longview after never being much of a gardener, she said.“It’s a learning curve for me,” she said. “I’ve never done it before.”She thought it would be something nice to do for Mom, she said, and she was planning on a herbs- and vegetables-heavy crop for herself at home.
United NationsAbout 224 million people are suffering from malnutrition across Africa as climate change and conflicts heighten food insecurity across the continent, a top UN food agency official said Monday.The official, speaking at a conference on Africa organised by the UN’s Food and Agriculture Organization (FAO), said the situation was a “cause of concern” as the continent’s population was expected to reach 1.7 billion by 2030.“Under-nourishment appears to have increased from about 21 percent to nearly 23 percent between 2015 and 2016,” Bukar Tijani, FAO’s assistant director general for Africa, said at the regional conference that opened on Monday in Khartoum.“Over the same period, the number of under-nourished rose from 200 million to 224 million in Africa. This is a cause of concern for all of us.”The rise in malnutrition and food insecurity was related to climate changes and disasters like floods, droughts and crop failures, Tijani later told AFP on the sidelines of the forum.He said conflicts in countries like Somalia, South Sudan and the Central African Republic further increased food insecurity.“When you look at those conflicts, it has also brought challenges because even when food is available it is not affordable and it cannot reach those conflict areas.”UN officials have warned that growing food insecurity was displacing more and more people across the region, with food needs being the main cause in countries such as South Sudan.About one million South Sudanese have crossed borders to become refugees as they flee violence in the world’s youngest country formed in 2011.Soon after its secession from the north, South Sudan descended into war in December 2013 when President Salva Kiir accused his former deputy Riek Machar of plotting a coup.On a positive note, Tijani said Africa’s economy was improving and its food and agriculture market was estimated to reach one trillion dollars by 2030.This created opportunities for new investments.Hundreds of delegates from across Africa will be attending the five-day conference in the Sudanese capital to discuss efforts to eradicate hunger and food insecurity in Africa.
The utility that supplies residential and commercial customers in the District recently decided to apply to the city’s public service commission for a rate increase. Residents aren’t happy about it.Pepco, now affiliated with Chicago-based energy giant Exelon, filed for an $85.47 million rate increase with the Public Service Commission of the District of Columbia on June 30. A Pepco press release said it has been three years since a rate increase has been requested. However, Donna Cooper, region president, said she understands the uneasiness the increase may cause some customers. “We realize that a rate increase has a direct impact to our customers and so we will continue to work with our customers to identify ways to reduce their energy usage and manage their bills,” she said. “The reliability and infrastructure upgrades that we have made have reduced the number and length of power outages, while delivering improved service to our valued customers.”The typical bill for a District residential customer would increase by $4.36 per month, the press release said. Exelon would contribute $25.6 million to offset the proposed increase, with the entire amount applied to residential and apartment customers who share a common meter.Exelon also gave customers a one-time residential credit of $54 in April.The commission approves or denies a rate increase through a public process that includes public testimony and input from the Office of the People’s Counsel (OPC). The OPC is charged with advocating for District consumers to keep rate increases as low as possible, to ensure reliability and to educate consumers about the actions of utility companies before the commission. If the rate increase is approved, it will not go into effect until summer 2017.The request for an increase isn’t supported by Andy Litsky, chairman of advisory neighborhood commission 6D in Ward 6. He said he was “appalled” at Pepco’s move. “I received an email on July 1 from Pepco that all chairs of the ANCs got requesting that Pepco representatives be on the agenda at the next meeting,” Litsky told the AFRO. “I told them that I would not allow them to use my commission as a public relations opportunity.”The rate increase request didn’t surprise Litsky but he didn’t expect it so soon after the public service commission voted to support the merger. Litsky wasn’t in support of the merger, saying that it “was forced up on [D.C. ratepayers].”“D.C. consumers shouldn’t subsidize Exelon’s out-of-state holdings,” he said.Sandra Matavous-Frye, the People’s Counsel said, in a June 30 press release, that the rate hike will be the largest ever filed in recent memory. “OPC will be vigilant in examining this monumental filing to ensure that any rate increase is based only on the expenses necessary to keep the lights on and not those associated with Exelon’s lengthy journey to merge with Pepco,” she said. “It is alarming that the cost of living and housing trends in the District unfortunately have widened the gap between the haves and have nots. These trends demand that OPC double-down on its mission to protect District residents in every ward in every utility case.“We must guard against decision-makers imposing policies that are dismissive and insensitive to everyday residential consumers.”OPC also announced a merger compliance team to measure whether the promised benefits of the Exelon-Pepco merger have materialized and whether to appeal to the D.C. Court of Appeals a recent commission decision denying OPC’s request for reconsideration of the merger.A spokeswoman for D.C. Mayor Muriel Bowser (D) said that the administration is committed to protecting the interests of District ratepayers. “The Public Service Commission is charged with evaluating utility rate increases,” Interim Communications Director Christina Harper said on behalf of the mayor. “They should limit the Pepco/Exelon request to the mere requirements of the law. And they must apply the $25.4 million that Mayor Bowser negotiated, and they redirected, toward shielding D.C. residential ratepayers from any increase for three years.”Charles Gaither, a resident of Ward 4, told the AFRO the rate increase didn’t surprise him and agreed with Litsky that the request took place very quickly after the merger. “They are raising the rates because they can,” Gaither said. “Pepco’s reputation is on the line with this. When the power goes out and there is a personal emergency, people will measure Pepco by the way they respond.”
Darjeeling: RP Waiba, vicepresident, Gorkha Janmukti Morcha (Bimal) was produced at the Chief Judicial Magistrate Court, Darjeeling on Monday.Waiba was wanted in a Darjeeling Sadar Police station case of June 8, 2017 in which the police and GJM supporters had clashed in Darjeeling. Waiba was arrested on Sunday while he was on his way to Darjeeling from Siliguri. “There was a pending arrest warrant in his name issued by the court. Earlier, there had been a proclamation order of his property also. A separate proceeding under Section 144 A IPC has also been initiated against him. His bail prayer was rejected and he has been sent to judicial custody,” said Pankaj Prashad, Assistant Public Prosecutor, Darjeeling. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataIn another case, Nima Tamang was arrested and forwarded to the CJM court, Darjeeling. He has been arrested on charges of forcefully entering government property (earlier the GJM party office at Singmari.) “He has been remanded to two days of police custody for the reconstruction of the crime,” added the APP. In the same case e Rajni Gurung of Darjeeling, who had earlier been arrested and sentenced on three days of police remand was produced on Monday. She was also sent to judicial custody. Ajoy Edward, the Steering Committee member of GNLF was detained by the police in Darjeeling but released in the evening. “He has been picked up for interrogation,” stated a police officer.
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