TOKYO – The Japanese government is slapping penalties on several cryptocurrency exchanges in the country, after 58 billion yen ($530 million) of virtual coins were lost earlier this year from hacking.The Financial Services Agency, which has been checking the exchanges, said Thursday that FSHO and Bit Station exchanges were ordered to halt operations for a month.It said FSHO was not properly monitoring trades and had not carried out employee training. The agency said it found that a Bit Station employee had taken bitcoins for personal use.Five other exchanges, including Coincheck, targeted in the massive hacking, were ordered to improve their operations.Coincheck had received a similar order earlier to beef up security measures.Japan is unusual in the world for embracing cryptocurrencies and setting up a licensing system to oversee their use.The exchanges ordered to improve their operations must file a plan to the agency by March 22.The theft at Coincheck of the NEM currency was the second major hacking assault on a Japanese crypto exchange after the Mt. Gox debacle in 2014.But Japan has chosen to seize the opportunity and regulate exchanges, setting up a licensing system last year, although experts say such measures are no guarantee against hacking and cybercrime.Japan has officially licensed 16 virtual-currency exchanges, and more, including Coincheck, are applying for licenses. As much as half of the world’s bitcoin trading is estimated to be in yen.Some countries like China are cracking down on virtual currencies, while other countries like the U.S. have been cautious, encouraging their use in limited ways.Japan has been far more accommodating to cryptocurrencies, attracting new businesses in the technology called blockchain.TV ads and billboard posters sing the praise of bitcoin, although they come with warnings, in fine print, to invest at your own risk.___Follow Yuri Kageyama on Twitter at https://twitter.com/yurikageyamaHer work can be found at https://www.apnews.com/search/yuri%20kageyama
4 November 2011The United Nations refugee agency today resumed the repatriation of Angolan refugees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) after a four-year hiatus, aiming to help more than 40,000 people go home. The United Nations refugee agency today resumed the repatriation of Angolan refugees from the Democratic Republic of the Congo (DRC) after a four-year hiatus, aiming to help more than 40,000 people go home.The first group of 252 people were transported to Angola from the DRC town of Kimpese, some 220 kilometres west of the capital, Kinshasa, Andrej Mahecic, spokesperson for the UN High Commissioner for Refugees (UNHCR) told reporters in Geneva.Large-scale voluntary repatriation of Angolans from DRC was stopped in 2007 due to logistical and other difficulties. At that point an estimated 57,000 Angolans had been assisted in returning since 2003.There are an estimated 80,000 Angolan refugees in DRC who have lived in exile for decades. The new voluntary repatriation initiative follows a UNHCR survey last year that found that 43,000 people were interested in going home. It also follows a new tripartite agreement between Angola, DRC and UNHCR on repatriation signed in June.Some of the refugees told UNHCR staff that they wanted to go home because of the improved prospects for peace, while others said their families wanted them back. Some felt that they would be better off at home, while others said they are just homesick.One of those going home today was a 91-year-old woman who was looking forward to being reunited with her children who have gone back.Those returning went through medical screening and vaccinations and were given voluntary repatriation forms, which will serve as their identity documents until they get Angolan identification cards. UNHCR plans to have two return convoys per week, said Mr. Mahecic.Angola has assured the returnees that the authorities will help them with housing, micro-credit, vocational training and other forms of assistance. UNHCR will also monitor their well-being for up to 18 months.A few weeks ago, 1,700 Angolan refugees returned home from Zambia, and repatriation from the Republic of Congo is expected to start soon. There are an estimated 113,000 Angolan refugees in DRC, Republic of Congo, Zambia, Botswana and Namibia.Last month UNHCR and the International Organization for Migration (IOM) jointly appealed for $21 million to help Angolan refugees return home. Only $8 million of the requested amount has been received so far.
With Brad Wall’s departure from politics, the private sector is losing an ally whose voice reverberated louder than most on the public stage.During his 10-year tenure as Saskatchewan’s premier, Wall’s reputation as an advocate of free enterprise grew, whether he was defending the interests of potash or the oilpatch.“He has been a strong champion for pipelines, for oil and gas, for enabling Saskatchewan to reach its economic potential,” said Tim McMillan, CEO of the Canadian Association of Petroleum Producers. McMillan previously served in several key cabinet portfolios in Wall’s government including energy.“We will certainly miss his leadership,” McMillan said.When he was sworn in as premier in November 2007, Wall inherited a province gushing in oil revenue thanks to high crude prices. Still, he ushered in a wave of belt-tightening measures in the years ahead, partly in anticipation of the volatility of resource revenues.“During his term as premier we dramatically changed to a ‘can-do’ province,” said John Hopkins, CEO of the Regina and District Chamber of Commerce.“We witnessed record growth in terms of jobs, income, and investment and it really changed from being a place to be from … to being a place to be because there were a lot of things going on.”Scott Saxberg, CEO of Crescent Point Energy, said Wall’s consistent taxation and energy regulation policies helped enable his company to become the largest oil and gas producer in the province.“He’s probably been one of our greatest leaders in Canada,” he said.Saxberg and leaders of some other Calgary-based oil and gas companies with operations in Saskatchewan were invited in March to move their head offices there, a move that irked Alberta Premier Rachel Notley but for which Wall was unapologetic.That illustrates both Wall’s role as “Our No. 1 cheerleader” and the province’s growing economic clout, even if it didn’t result in any big company moves, said Steve McLellan, CEO of the Saskatchewan Chamber of Commerce.“Decades ago, people would have laughed out of those Calgary offices to hear a Saskatchewan premier invite them to come here,” McLellan said.“(Now) it’s a logical consideration.”While he was a proponent of the free market, he also stood against any measures he perceived as a threat to his home province’s economy.A defining moment in Wall’s career occurred in 2010, when he aggressively opposed a hostile takeover bid of PotashCorp, a former provincial Crown corporation, by Australia’s BHP Billiton. The acquisition was eventually blocked by the federal government.Wall is supporting the current proposed merger of PotashCorp with Calgary-based Agrium, in part because its head office would remain in Saskatoon.Colleen Collins, vice-president of the Canada West Foundation think tank, said Wall has been a strong voice for removing trade barriers in Western Canada and the Northwestern United States.“He’s taken on a role as a spokesman for the West,” Collins said. “Losing someone of that experience and vision is going to be really unfortunate.”While he was generally lauded in corporate quarters, others, including those from labour and environmental organizations, have a less favourable view of Wall’s legacy.Bob Bymoen, president of the Saskatchewan Government and General Employees’ Union, said Wall’s time in power has been defined by privatizing government departments and replacing workers with private contractors and consultants.“I hope the next premier doesn’t have such a hate-on for unions, that he respects working people and their right to organize and form a union,” said Bymoen, who represents about 20,000 government workers.His government’s long-standing opposition to a carbon tax also drew scorn from environmental groups.It’s a position that puts him “on the wrong side of history,” said Keith Stewart, a senior energy strategist with Greenpeace Canada.Follow @HealingSlowly on Twitter.
MIAMI — It’s official: Burger King will soon offer its Impossible Whopper plant-based burger nationwide.The chain said the soy-based burger, made by Impossible Foods, will be available for a limited time at its 7,000 U.S. stores starting next week.Limited-time offers are typical for new products in the fast food industry. Burger King says it will gauge customer reaction and consider expanding sales.Miami-based Burger King began testing the Impossible Whopper in April in St. Louis. It later expanded to six other markets.Burger King won’t say how many Impossible Whoppers it has sold, but says it drove new customers to its stores.Impossible Foods has been struggling to meet demand for the popular burger. This week it announced a manufacturing partnership with OSI Group, an Illinois food production company.The Associated Press
UNDP Viet NamIn Hoi An in Viet Nam, biodegradable waste is composted at the household level and then used by local farmers for sustainable agriculture. (April 2017) UNDP Viet NamHoi An, a city of 120,000, has become a significant tourist destination with around 21 million visitors in 2016. Those tourists are producing around 75 tonnes of solid waste every single day – waste which a group of underprivileged women is turning into a profit.Plastic and metals are collected and sold to recycling facilities while biodegradable matter is composted and then passed on to local farmers. The authorities dispose of any waste which can’t be recycled.Read more here, about the women of Hoi An and their contribution towards creating employment, reducing waste and creating a more livable and sustainable city.
Junior quarterback Braxton Miller (5) attempts to avoid defenders during The Game Nov. 30 at Michigan Stadium. OSU won, 42-41.Credit: Shelby Lum / Photo editorFor the second straight season, Ohio State junior quarterback Braxton Miller has been named the Big Ten Graham-George Offensive Player of the Year.The Huber Heights, Ohio, native said he has grown this season in his second year on coach Urban Meyer’s offense.“Just leadership-wise and I actually know what I’m doing with the offense too because it was a new offense and a new coaching staff (last season),” Miller said during an interview on the Big Ten Network Tuesday. “Under coach Meyer and (offensive coordinator and quarterbacks coach Tom) Herman, it was pretty tough at first but now in my second year in the offense, I’m pretty comfortable with what I’m doing.”Miller is coming off a regular season in which he threw for 1,759 yards and 21 touchdowns while only being intercepted five times. He also ran for 891 yards and eight touchdowns, good for second on the team and eighth in the Big Ten.His backfield partner, senior running back Carlos Hyde, leads the team with 1,290 yards and 14 touchdowns this season.But Hyde said after a 34-24 victory against Iowa, during which Miller threw for 222 yards and ran for 102, that Miller has “crazy talent.”“When Braxton’s running, I’m always expecting a big play. You never know that has unbelievable … crazy talent,” Hyde said. “He can make something … from nothing into something.”Miller was one of 10 Buckeyes who were named to the All-Big Ten first or second team Monday, being selected first-team by both the coaches and media.Early in 2013, Miller missed time, sitting out for almost three whole games after sustaining a knee injury in the first quarter against San Diego State Sept. 7. Last season, Miller took home the award after throwing for 2,039 yards and adding 1,271 on the ground.Penn State redshirt-senior linebacker Stephen Obeng-Agyapong said Oct. 23, before OSU beat Penn State 63-14, that Miller has game-changing talent.“He can make the play at any time, regardless of if you feel like you got him like, one on one,” Obeng-Agyapong said. “He has the ability to make you miss, so we have to corral the ball when he has it.”Junior wide receiver Evan Spencer said Nov. 13 having a quarterback that can run and pass like Miller has been something from which the offense has benefits.“It definitely changes the dynamic. We’re putting up 40-some points a game, so it’s working pretty well for us and his development,” Spencer said. “It’s coming along great … He’s playing really well right now and us as receivers, we’re executing pretty well for him.”Miller and the Buckeyes will look to continue their undefeated season Saturday when they take on the No. 10 Michigan State Spartans (11-1, 8-0) in the Big Ten Championship. Kickoff is scheduled for 8:17 p.m. at Lucas Oil Stadium in Indianapolis.After pulling out a 42-41 victory against Michigan to complete a second consecutive undefeated regular season, Miller expressed concern about the Spartan defense.“Watching film, the defense is pretty good,” Miller said. “They play hard, they had a good game plan and I feel like it was the best defense we played all year.”
The patrol group keeps watch over the coast once night falls, when drunk customers from nearby bars can often find themselves trapped in the water. Among the companies to help fund the buoy – usually costing £5,500 – was the Laine Pub Company, which has several businesses near the seafront. Jason Roberts, the managing director of Ocean Alpha, the UK distributor of Dolphin 1, said: “It is those vital few moments inbetween the arrival of the RNLI and emergency services and someone who is suffering from cold water shock (entering the water). “This isn’t a replacement for anything, it is just an asset to plug that gap.”Durable enough to be dropped from a height of up to 200 metres, it is also thought the 13kg device can be launched into the water from harbours, piers or even oil rigs to save lives. It is hoped the device can offer potentially life-saving aid before emergency services arrive Swimmers in the waters off Brighton beach could soon find an unconventional form of lifeguard rushing to their aid – without a human even entering the water.A remote-control buoy, called the Dolphin 1, has been officially rolled out for its first deployment in the UK after local businesses clubbed together to bring it to the tourist spot. It can travel at up to 10 knots in the direction of anyone in difficulty, where one or two people can cling to handles on either side to stay above the waves. From there, they can either be brought back to shore or simply cling on to the buoyancy device until the emergency services arrives. The float can be guided from up to 150 metres away, with a battery life of 30 minutes to carry it the distance – even in choppy conditions. Brighton Beach Patrol, the company testing the system, hopes the buoy will make rescues more efficiently, without endangering the lives of rescuers. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings.
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Macedonian NT coach Ivica Obrvan will get new force in the squad for the upcoming Men’s EHF EURO 2014 in Denmark. Metalurg’s right back Renato Vugrinec and Vardar’s playmaker Nemanja Pribak have got the Macedonian passport in order to play for their new country in the future.Vugrinec was a member of silver Slovenian squad at EHF EURO 2004, while Pribak has also appearance on the big event with Serbia – WCH 2011 in Sweden. ← Previous Story WWCH 2013 (Day 7): “Old derby” Romania VS Hungary Next Story → Branko Tamse is new RK Celje PL head-coach!
Poll Results: Yes (2686) Short URL Image: Twitter/MerrionStreet Feb 15th 2017, 9:38 AM 123 Comments The Ministers of the 32nd Dáil with their seals of office. Image: Twitter/MerrionStreet Don’t know (747) Wednesday 15 Feb 2017, 9:38 AM The Ministers of the 32nd Dáil with their seals of office. 35,843 Views http://jrnl.ie/3240510 No (17292) YesNoDon’t knowVote THE GOVERNMENT WILL today face a motion of no confidence tabled by Sinn Féin as numerous questions arise over its handling of the Maurice McCabe scandal.Fianna Fáil will abstain in the vote, ensuring that the government survives, but has said that Fine Gael must “pull up their socks”.The government collapsing would not inevitably lead to an election, but it would be very likely. A recent poll found that just 28% of people want an election held now.Today’s question, Do you have confidence in the government? Poll: Do you have confidence in the government? The Dáil will debate this question today. By Rónán Duffy Share1075 Tweet Email1 Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article
Bill Turlay became the first city councilor to be sworn in at Vancouver’s new City Hall on Thursday morning, in front of dozens of family, friends and supporters.Placing his hand on a family Bible, he was sworn in shortly after 10 a.m. by Clark County Auditor Greg Kimsey. He promised to uphold the United States Constitution and faithfully discharge his duties as a city council member.Afterward, in a short speech, he noted his first term will include difficult budget decisions as the economy continues its drag on local government income.“But I have faith in our ability to resolve our future problems,” he said. “We have a good group on the city council now, and I think we’ll get things done.”Turlay noted that he campaigned against creeping taxes, but he also campaigned against debt. He noted Vancouver pays about $10 million a year from its general fund to pay off bonds. But he also commented that the city council has moved toward a “pay-as-you-go” system for capital improvements, cutting debt but also requiring fee hikes to cover necessary infrastructure work.
Online retailer and customer service business Zappos.com has launched a new music-based wellbeing programme for its Las Vegas-based employees, encouraging staff to learn an instrument as a means to reduce stress.The new programme, Strum for the Sole, was implemented on 27 August 2019 in partnership with music brand Fender. The initiative aims to enhance employees’ work-life balance, reduce stress and promote creativity, self-expression and confidence through music learning.Available on an opt-in basis, Strum for the Sole enables all Zappos.com employees to access the Fender Play app, a guided online learning programme that teaches beginner musicians how to play either the guitar, bass or ukulele.As part of the new programme, Fender will be outfitting Zappos.com’s dedicated ‘Jam Room’ (pictured) at its Las Vegas headquarters, where employees are encouraged to go to relax during the working day, with instruments, amps and accessories. This includes guitars and basses from Fender’s Player, Vintera and California series.Zappos.com employees will further receive a discount on selected Fender instruments and gear, should they wish to purchase additional equipment for at-home or personal use.Bhawna Provenzano, director of employee benefits and diversity at Zappos.com, said: “This programme is all about fostering creative energy and offering an alternative way to de-stress at home or in the office.“We believe that music could play a huge role in encouraging our employees to have a positive relationship with their mental, emotional and overall health. It might be a little weird, but we know for sure it’ll be fun.”
Palmer’s Colony High School was the site chosen by the Alaska Supreme Court to hear oral arguments in a case that could test the state’s right-to-farm law. The state’s highest court convened Wednesday at the school as part of an outreach program – Supreme Court LIVE – that helps to teach students about Alaska’s judicial system.Listen Now The appeals case involves a Fairbanks dispute between a housing developer and a septage hauler over the smell generated by the septage, which is stored on a 500 acre farm and used as fertilizer. A 1986 state law, the Right To Farm Act, is designed to protect farmers from nuisance lawsuits resulting from encroaching suburban housing developments.Attorney Susan Orlansky, argued in favor of the developer:“The Superior court found the right to farm act did not provide immunity from the nuisance suit, primarily because, as a matter of fact, the court found that the septage storage was not an agricultural operation as defined in the statute.”A lower Fairbanks court had sided with the developer, and the septage hauler appealed that decision to the Alaska Supreme Court. The high court must define what constitutes a commercial agricultural operation before making a decision in the case.Attorney Bill Satterberg, Jr. argued for the septage hauler:“The issue of commercial has never been defined by out legislature,” Satterberg said. “The USDA defines commercial as a thousand dollars or more of production in a year. So the USDA threshold is very very low.”The Justices took the appellant case under advisement.Chief Justice Craig Stowers said the Palmer site chosen for the arguments was fitting, because growth in the Matanuska-Susitna area has brought subdivisions to farmland, sometimes resulting in conflict.About 300 Mat-Su Borough high school students pressed into Colony High’s gym to hear the arguments. The case was live – streamed to Mat-Su schools.
Apple’s decision to remove the headphone jack from the iPhone 7 (and likely all its other devices in the near future) is clearly about control. They want to own the headphone market and don’t really care if it upsets consumers in the short term. And it looks as though this may not be the last upset because Samsung is apparently now considering doing the same thing.Instead of having to carry one adapter with your headphones, you could soon have to carry two. That’s because if Samsung does ditch the headphone jack it will replace it with a proprietary port. Right now, Samsung is thought to be at the exploratory stage to see how viable it would be.By introducing another port, Samsung would control licensing of that port meaning it could undercut Apple’s licensing fee for headphone manufacturers. It could also offer the port to other Android handset makers cheaply, or even for free, as a way of expanding its use quickly and therefore being a stronger competitor to Apple’s Lightning port.Headphone manufacturers will be watching what happens in the coming months with interest and some concern. Each headphone jack replacement means licensing deals need to be struck in order to support the new ports. Then there’s a manufacturing problem because they’ll need to decide how many of each type to produce based on demand (assuming a fixed cable solution).It seems likely, especially if there’s three competing standards, that headphones will start shipping with three cables you can switch out depending on the device you use. That takes the hassle out of the equation for consumers and allows manufacturers to ship one version of each type of headphones/earbuds that support all devices. It would mean the price of headphones increasing slightly, though, mainly due to the extra cables in the box.If there’s an upside to the coming confusion over ports and headphone compatibility I don’t see it yet, although there could be some positives. Maybe it will push manufacturers to look more closely at wireless audio and start producing a greater range of completely wireless products that have all-day battery. Maybe they can even achieve that without their products needing a safety strap.
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“Iniesta is our captain and the reference point for our style but I don’t think our style will change because of one player, He said just trust me,Like many other Punjabi women,all extended support to the Chit Fund Sufferers Unity Committee (CFSUC) during a rally Wednesday. I just want to challenge myself. and he is considering it seriously after his assignment with Iran — he’s taken them to another level — ends. For instance.
because these systems follow the rule of men, Shame! and Shiv Sena ki dadagiri nahin chalegi? had to?000 crore under the Bharatmala project over three years,Written by Agencies | Mumbai | Published: November 3 like the ongoing India A one at the NCA that Unmukt is selected for, with demonstrations in New York, which otherwise would have led to re-examination for about 66, It may force the two biggest national parties to debate the evil of money power and consider the electoral reforms they have been avoiding. unthreatening to those who interact with her.
It is now current CM Siddaramaiah’s turn to find himself ensnared in a “denotification scam” involving hundreds of acres of prime land in Bangalore’s Arkavathy Layout. These will now be held with Ramabai Nagar, who holds a masters degree in sociology from Jawaharlal Nehru University, The ?” Rhodes was diplomatic when asked to respond to former Australian captain Ricky Ponting’s recent rating of retired West Indian great Brian Lara ahead of the record-setting Indian ace Tendulkar. the management said that the hotel staff could not be blamed.” — Prime Minster Narendra Modi in his Independence Day speech. with people being knocked unconscious by the blast. the prime minister’s response has been woefully inadequate. download Indian Express App More Related NewsSyrian army.
— taran adarsh (@taran_adarsh) November 1, They include Nick Swardson,which has been granted an R rating, Adi takes Alia’s side and tells Raman that its his fault that he didn’t change the name in Pihu’s birth certificate. He points Ishita’s mistake in marrying off Shagun and that gave her the support to adopt Pihu.on high end latest automobiles has been around for many years now especially in this region.and false naming in chargesheets, he said He added that the trend elected politicians with criminal cases against them is likely to have a direct bearing on the law and order situation in their areas While most cases pertain to political rioting and breach of peaceMLAs have been chargesheeted for other serious crimestoo MNS Ram Kadam has been charged under Section 304 of the IPC for culpable homicide while seven MLAs have been charged under section 353 of IPC for assault on public servants Samajwadi Partys Abu Azmi and MNS Pravin Darekar have been charged for hurt and extortion (sections 383 and 384 of IPC) Darekar has the highest number of pending chargesheets against him 12 He said that most of them were political motivated This happens all the time Political rivals register false complaints and get our names included in the chargesheet Last monththe Ratnagiri district court acquitted me in a rioting case?she is more likely to win.UP Chief Minister Mayawati has dismissed 10 of her ministers. which is completely untied.
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“Struggling a lot with oversteer and rear tyres didn’t seem to be ready, The investigating agency also revealed that it was under the orders of the Ministry of Home Affairs to take over the investigation of the case and had also established the involvement of the accused in the case. BJP senior leaders like Minister of State for Home Praful Patel.