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Shielded Against Drug Trafficking

first_img Lt. Gen. Peña: We have a structure similar to UNASUR, or the South American Council of Defense, where there are not only several aspects of coordination, but cooperation in regard to drug trafficking, especially on information exchange. Diálogo: In recent years, Argentina and Brazil, which were once transit routes for drug trafficking, have become heavy drug consumers. Do you think this could also happen in Ecuador, a country that has been shielded from drug trafficking for several years? Lt. Gen. Peña: Ecuador is not shielded from this problem, but what we don’t have are coca crops. Even though there are few hectares that are controlled and destroyed, we can confirm that our country does not manufacture narcotics. However, we are a transit country, and we have become a nation that stores drugs for export. Drug trafficking submersibles constructed in the country have been found, and we detected illegal drug-related flights. There are also large drug trafficking rings that use our country as a transit country. We are not immune to the effects of this menace; although we are not producers, it is a warning sign that we have become a transit country. So we are urged to take strong action against it. On the other hand, drug use in other countries, such as Argentina and Brazil, has increased, as in Europe and the United States, where it is extremely high. Ecuador is not immune to this problem, because society can be influenced by this trend. As a policy of the Ecuadorean Ministry of Health, campaigns are carried out to avoid this problem, because there is evidence that young people are coming into this world [of drugs]. There is an alarming amount of microtrafficking of drugs in our country, but we have not reached the levels of other nations. We want to avoid it, so the state is taking action to prevent this problem. Lt. Gen. Peña: We have several commitments for relief efforts internationally. Hemispherically, we are engaged in assisting any of the countries that need our help if a natural disaster takes place. We have sent humanitarian assistance and teams to countries such as Chile, when the earthquake and the tsunami happened; to El Salvador, Honduras and to Colombia when they had floods. Furthermore, we have assisted Haiti with humanitarian assistance, in addition to our contribution to the United Nations. We have not only sent assistance, but we have also received it when disasters battered our territory. For example, during last year’s floods, we were immediately assisted by countries such as Colombia, Venezuela and Chile, based on particular agreements. This is also the case of transnational crime and drug trafficking. In our country, the Ministry of Interior, the Ministry of Justice and the National Police are in charge of dealing with these issues, which also have assistance protocols, especially for information exchange, allowing them to have state jurisdiction to combat these scourges. Besides, as the Armed Forces, we are seeking to increase collaboration efforts with the United States Southern Command, since we know that they have an interagency organization [Joint Interagency Task Force–South] in Key West, which can be of great help. We are eager to establish further contact with that institution for countering drug trafficking and organized crime successfully. Diálogo: Can you tell us about Ecuador’s bilateral or multinational agreements in the region? After his participation in the IV South American Defense Conference from July 24 to 26, 2012, in Bogotá, Colombia, Lieutenant General Jorge Peña Cobeña, chief of the Joint Command of the Armed Forces of Ecuador, talked with Diálogo. He stressed that interagency cooperation at national, regional and hemispheric levels is essential to humanitarian missions and the fight against drug trafficking and transnational organized crime. Diálogo: Lieutenant General Peña Cobeña, what is the role of Ecuador’s Armed Forces in humanitarian assistance and relief efforts in case of natural disasters? Lieutenant General Jorge Peña Cobeña: In Ecuador, the national secretary of risk assessment is in charge of preventing and dealing with natural disasters. Obviously, there is close coordination with the Armed Forces, based on already established planning and protocols developed with this office, so that in case of disaster, we can act immediately as Armed Forces in a direct way, with our infrastructure and support personnel genuinely committed. Diálogo: What are your thoughts about having a regional institution to coordinate humanitarian assistance and natural disaster relief, as well as having an organization against drug trafficking? center_img By Dialogo January 01, 2013 IF WE DON’T LEARN FROM WHAT HAPPENED IN COLOMBIA AND ACT ACCORDINGLY NOT ONLY AT THE NATIONAL LEVEL BUT ALSO REGIONAL AND WHY NOT, EVEN GLOBALLY, WE WILL LEAVE OUR GRANDCHILDREN WITH QUITE A CRAPPY WORLD, IT WILL BE WORSE THAN THE ONE WE GOT FROM OUR PARENTS AFTER THE END OF WWII – [email protected] last_img read more

Dominica leading Caribbean islands in “Reduce, Recycle, Reuse” Program

first_img Sharing is caring! Share 103 Views   one comment LocalNews Dominica leading Caribbean islands in “Reduce, Recycle, Reuse” Program by: – May 13, 2011 Sharecenter_img Share Tweet Landfill Manager at the Dominica Solid Waste Management Corporation, Mr. Marcus Francis. Photo credit: GIS NewsDominica may be leading other Caribbean countries in the “Reduce, Recycle, Reuse” Program. Landfill Manager at the Dominica Solid Waste Management Corporation Marcus Francis said during a press conference held recently that other countries may not be as advanced as Dominica.“Dominica from just discussing with other islands, is perhaps a step ahead in the “Reduce, Recycle, Reuse” program because we call all other islands to find out what they are doing and to see how they are doing certain items and we are finding out that in many cases they do not have the the time of program and they are not as advanced as we are. Solid Waste is about taking the lead and we are moving in that direction because we see value in it. In fact in the future the Corporation may be able to do some financial analysis of the reduce, reuse, recycle program and may be able to present to you in the future monetary values of investing in a recycle program, investing in this new philosophy and when you look at it you will realize that it was worth the effort.”Earlier this year The Dominica Solid Waste Management Corporation and Muller Concept a recycling firm from California signed a Memorandum of Understanding for the recycling of Solid Waste from Dominica with the theme “Recycle, Reduce, Reuse.”Muller Concepts agreed to recycle all plastic material, cardboards, paper and scrap metal from Dominica. The initiative will reduce the volume of waste disposed of at the Fond Cole Sanitary Landfill, reduce public health risk and protect the environmental integrity of the island. The collection, storage and disposal efforts of this initiative will target schools, householders and public and private businesses who are generators of waste. A programme for proper collection of recyclable items from these waste generators will be launched with a pilot programme in the Bath Estate/Elmshall area.Dominica Vibes Newslast_img read more

Junior National Champion, Lady Eagle awards new to QuickCar IMCA program

first_imgThe IMCA Sunoco Late Model national champion receives a 4-gauge panel set while 2-gauge panel sets go to IMCA RaceSaver Sprint Car and Mach-1 Sport Compact national champions. Both the Junior National Champion and Lady Eagle winner receive 3-gauge panel sets from the Lebanon, Tenn., manufacturer. “QuickCar is excited to continue our support of IMCA and very excited about the opportunities for the younger generation of racers they’re providing,” said Danny Knowles.  Drivers ages 13-18 in all IMCA divisions contend for the inaugural Junior National Champion’s crown; all female drivers vie for the Lady Eagle title, awarded since 2007.  In its seventh year of sponsorship, QuickCar again gives 3-gauge panels to IMCA Modified, IMCA Sunoco Stock Car, IMCA Sunoco Hobby Stock, Karl Kustoms North­ern SportMod and Smiley’s Racing Products Southern SportMod national champions. LEBANON, Tenn. – Two more of IMCA’s top drivers will receive post-season awards from QuickCar in 2020. Information about all QuickCar products is available at the www.quickcar.com website and on Facebook, or by calling 800 997-7333.  The QuickCar high performance product line also includes volt me­ters, water pressure kits, tachome­ters and switch panels. All QuickCar awards will be presented during the national IMCA banquet in November.  “The response to our new Junior National Championship has been quick and exact, and adding awards for that winner along with our Lady Eagle winner is a focus heading into 2020,” observed IMCA Marketing Director Kevin Yoder. “QuickCar Racing Products is leading the way in stepping up their support and we know others will follow.”last_img read more

Hima Das statue to be built

first_imgA CorrespondentNAGAON: State Water Resources Minister Keshab Mahanta on Tuesday announced in the residence of golden girl Hima Das that he would build a statue of Hima soon.The people of Dhing and AASU have demanded to build a statue of the sprinter. He further said that he would provide necessary fund for construction her statue. Mahanta on Tuesday visited Hima Das’ residence and felicitated her parents.last_img

WHS Daily Bulletin: The Kansas All Star Scholarship is available online

first_img Close Forgot password? Please put in your email: Send me my password! Close message Login This blog post All blog posts Subscribe to this blog post’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Subscribe to this blog’s comments through… RSS Feed Subscribe via email Subscribe Follow the discussion Comments Logging you in… Close Login to IntenseDebate Or create an account Username or Email: Password: Forgot login? Cancel Login Close WordPress.com Username or Email: Password: Lost your password? Cancel Login Dashboard | Edit profile | Logout Logged in as Admin Options Disable comments for this page Save Settings You are about to flag this comment as being inappropriate. Please explain why you are flagging this comment in the text box below and submit your report. The blog admin will be notified. Thank you for your input. There are no comments posted yet. Be the first one! Post a new comment Enter text right here! Comment as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Comments by IntenseDebate Enter text right here! Reply as a Guest, or login: Login to IntenseDebate Login to WordPress.com Login to Twitter Go back Tweet this comment Connected as (Logout) Email (optional) Not displayed publicly. Name Email Website (optional) Displayed next to your comments. Not displayed publicly. If you have a website, link to it here. Posting anonymously. Tweet this comment Cancel Submit Comment Subscribe to None Replies All new comments Submitted to Sumner Newscow — Today’s Wellington High School bulletin for Thursday, March 31, 2016:Thursday•JV golf at Winfield Country Club, 3 p.m.•JV tennis at Circle, 3 p.m.•Baseball at Mulvane, 4 p.m.•Softball at Mulvane, 4:30 p.m.Friday •Track at Clearwater 4 p.m.Today’s lunch — Tater Tot Casserole, Tossed Salad with Romaine, Peas, Hot Roll, Chilled Peaches and Milk.Tuesday’s lunch — Corn Dog, Wedge Potatoes, Baby Carrots, Apple and Milk.Today’s News: *JV Tennis is dismissed at 12:30-Golf is dismissed at 1:15 – Softball is dismissed at 2:25-Baseball is dismissed at 2:00-they will be marked Activity.*Sophomores: If you ordered a class ring or class tag from Jostens, they will be delivered on Monday, April 18th during the three lunches in the commons.*Any sophomore interested in serving the Prom dinner on Saturday, April 23rd, please sign up in the office.*Seniors: If you were unable to pick up your Senior Orders, please stop by the counselors office. The order will need to be paid in full before you can pick up your items. At this time no personal checks will be allowed- cash or money orders only. If you are going to pay by credit or debit card you will need to contact Jostens. If you have not ordered your cap , gown, stole and tassel and you want to participate in graduation ceremonies, please go to jostens.com to place your order. You will need to do this as soon as possible.* Senior Girls- Reminder- the PEO Scholarship application is due April 1st!*Seniors: The Kansas All-Star scholarship application is now available on their website which is www.ksallstarsholarships.com. Those who qualify will be awarded a $1000 scholarship to be used toward their post-secondary education. Applications will be accepted now through April 15th.Guidance news:Wednesday, April 20 – Butler Community Colleges.Today is National…National Prom DayNational Bunsen Burner DayNational Clams on the Half Shell DayNational Tater DayFollow us on Twitter.last_img read more

No room for Wal-Mart

first_img Global community When Reid, a fit 72-year-old, climbed Mount Kilimanjaro in Tanzania three years ago, he took a sign with him to the top and made sure to have his picture taken holding it. The sign said: Eat at the Pot Holder. The photo hangs in the dining room of the restaurant, along with scores of others like it taken at famous destinations like Macchu Picchu, the Leaning Tower of Pisa, and Jim Morrison’s grave at P re Lachaise cemetery in Paris. Each photo shows a satisfied customer holding his or her “Eat at the Pot Holder” sign in tribute to the neighborhood back home. Belmont Heights has a history of fierce independence. In 1908, after the city of Long Beach denied neighbors’ request to build a local pier, Belmont Heights split off to form its own separate town. The pier was part of the reason, but another, better one was that on its own, Belmont Heights could keep its lucrative tax base. In addition, cityhood meant alcohol could flow more freely in Belmont Heights, a big draw in mostly dry Long Beach. Within weeks, residents were plotting the creation of a new city. The rebellion was short-lived. Trolleys coming to and from Higley’s liquor house on Anaheim at Obispo Avenue with drunken passengers created more work for police, according to a local history written by Maureen Neeley, a Belmont Heights preservationist. According to town lore, one man said it was the first time in 20 years he had been drunk. As the new town developed a reputation as a wino’s haven, the community also realized it needed funding for a new school and roads. Just 13 months after incorporation, residents voted in 1909 to become part of Long Beach again. No shacks allowed Despite all the drama, Belmont Heights continued to attract high-end residents. Real estate advertisements at the time announced there would be “no shacks” in Belmont Heights, and buyers were required to build homes costing a minimum of $1,000. Today, the district boasts more Craftsman-style bungalows than almost any other neighborhood in Long Beach. That distinction prompted residents a few years ago to create two historic districts in the community to protect its classic architecture. Locals say that they worry about losing the Belmont Heights ambiance not in the business district, but on the residential streets. “I don’t think (Belmont Heights) has the traffic for a bunch of chains,” said Gary Woodruff, a 20-year resident and former president of the community association. “What we feel in the Heights is the mansionization. If somebody moves in next to me and says, I can make my house worth another $500,000 … that’s our threat.” The historic districts only cover about 200 houses; there are at least another 700 homes in Belmont Heights outside those districts, so the idea of it becoming a neighborhood of McMansions isn’t that far-fetched. The historic designation in Belmont Heights does not involve registration of homes as historical, Woodruff said. It just requires that buyers of the homes keep them true to the period when they were built. “People who had porches and boxed them in, you can’t do that any more. You can’t install sliding-glass doors.” No room for Wal-Mart As concerned as locals are about keeping their homes classic, they are pretty relaxed about keeping their businesses vintage. John Baccarella, owner of Van’s Hardware on Broadway, said he doesn’t worry about being kicked out by a big chain because his space is too small to attract them. “There’s not enough room,” he said. The building dates from 1922, and as far as he can tell, it’s always been a hardware store. Baccarella has been the owner for 19 years. A recent weekday afternoon found him propped against the counter, chewing the fat with one of his regulars, Joseph St. Jacques. St. Jacques owns a flooring business called Marble Man that’s based in Seal Beach. “John’s a nice guy,” he says, explaining why he chooses Van’s over the nearby Home Depot. Not that the area is totally opposed to a little corporate America here and there. Belmont Heights has two Starbucks, Woodruff points out. But considering the lot size and the demographics of the neighborhood, there’s no need to be worried about big-box retailers trying to move in. Instead, the district is seeing new independent stores arriving to replace the older ones. Belmont Heights is a place where Egg Heaven, established in 1970, coexists easily with Spa Sidney Beauty Lounge, an ultra-salon and spa established in 2004. “The gentrification of retail and stores is coming, because all of a sudden you realize there’s a high-end store called Olives on Broadway. We see more of that happening. There’s a need.” In with the old Maybe the best combination of gentrification and continuity with the past is when an old business is revitalized by a younger generation. That’s exactly what happened with Ma N Pa Grocery, the independent market on Roycroft Avenue. Long Beach State graduate Zac Henderson had been working at the 1920s-era store for a decade when he approached the retiring owner about taking it over two years ago. Today, the business is thriving as a true family enterprise. Henderson’s wife, Renee, originally from Cambodia, owned the market, Henry’s, down the street when he first met her. Now they work Ma N Pa together with two of her siblings. The Hendersons’ son Cole, 3, spends most of his time there, too. What started as a retirement gathering for the outgoing owner has become a full-blown block party that shuts down Roycroft every summer. And if someone has a lost dog, he can go to Ma N Pa’s to retrieve it. “The dogs know they get a treat here, so they come,” said Renee Henderson. “If someone is sick, they can just call and say, `Make me a chicken noodle soup,’ and I can do it, no problem.” Customers love the place where everybody knows everyone else’s name. “It’s pleasant and convenient,” said Maryann Feo, who teaches second and third grade at Lowell Bayside Academy on Broadway. “I would rather support a local couple than a chain.” [email protected] (818)713-3662 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set! When a patron recently forgot some potatoes she’d purchased at Ma N Pa Grocery in Long Beach, owner Zac Henderson walked the few blocks to her house to deliver them in person. While he was there, he noticed another customer, Mr. Starr, was out on his porch across the street, so Henderson ambled over there to chat for a while. This may sound like a scene from “Leave It to Beaver” or “The Andy Griffith Show.” But it’s being played out for real, in 2007, in a Long Beach neighborhood called Belmont Heights. Just north of touristy Belmont Shore, the Heights has opened its arms to trendy new stores, but it maintains the homey feel of a real community. Along Broadway, its rambling main drag, upscale shops like Olives Gourmet Grocer stand alongside neighborhood businesses dating back decades. The Pot Holder Caf is one of those mainstays that define Belmont Heights as a neighborhood. “In east Long Beach, it’s probably the only place where people congregate like this,” said Albert Reid, a retired printer who’s been coming to the Pot Holder most mornings for the past 20 years. “You go to Starbucks and you sit there with your coffee and your laptop, and everybody keeps to themselves. Here, there’s a constant banter.” last_img

Ban for Donegal teen with ‘magnetic attraction to the boy racers’

first_imgA BURNFOOT teenager, who has a ‘magnetic attraction to the boy racer fraternity’ in Inishowen, has been banned from driving for drink driving. Gavin Toner, 18, of Rockstown, Burnfoot, faced charges of drink driving, dangerous driving, criminal damage, driving without a licence and no insurance when he appeared before Buncrana District Court. All charges relate to an incident at Main Street, Millbrae and Old Road, Buncrana, on August 28, 2016. Toner was just 16 years old at the time of the offences.On the previous occasion in court last November, the court heard that gardaí pursued Toner through Buncrana Town before he collided with another car and got stuck in a wall. Toner then reversed back and collided with the side of the Garda car before getting out of the car and making off on foot. However he was apprehended a short time later and arrested.At Buncrana Garda Station he gave a breath alcohol reading of 35mg of alcohol per 100ml of breath – putting him almost four times over the legal limit of 9mg of alcohol for a specified driver. The current drink driving limit for a fully qualified driver is 22mg of alcohol per 100ml of breath.Speaking in Buncrana Court last Thursday, defence solicitor Ciaran MacLochlainn said there was a probation service report in court which suggested that his client take part in the prosocial driving course before being sentenced.However he suggested disposing with the course immediately to allow his client to get back to England to work.“I don’t normally disagree with Ms. Lennox [the probation officer] but I think the sooner Mr. Toner gets back to England to work the better,” said Mr. MacLochlainn.“I’ve noticed that he seems to have a magnetic attraction to the boy racer fraternity that have turned up here for other reasons, and I think the sooner he gets away from that certain fraternity the better. I would hate to think that all the good work would be undone.“Ms. Lennox also referred to him being car enthusiastic in her probation report. I don’t say these things lightly – he has greatly improved and I would hate to think that he might jeopardise his job in some form.”Judge Paul Kelly said Toner had a lot of work to do to avoid a custodial sentence given the seriousness of the offences. However he accepted Mr. MacLochlainn’s submission and took on board the fact that Toner had completed a Foroige course after these incidents. He said this seemed to mirror the prosocial course in many ways.Judge Kelly asked Toner about his work in England. He said he was working in London as an apprentice in plaster boarding and worked 7am to 5pm every day for £65 per day.Mr. MacLochlainn said the 18-year-old was living in accommodation and they were happy with him.“He is doing well in England but I think he is a young person who would be easily led,” Mr. MacLochlainn added.The Buncrana solicitor said his client had paid €400 in compensation on the previous sitting for damage caused to the patrol car during the incident.Judge Kelly fined Toner €300 for drink driving and banned him from driving for 6 months. He was fined a further €200 for dangerous driving at Millbrae Buncrana and banned from driving for two years.Toner was also fined €100 for having no insurance but was not disqualified for this charge. Meanwhile the remaining charges against him were struck out and taken into consideration.Ban for Donegal teen with ‘magnetic attraction to the boy racers’ was last modified: February 15th, 2018 by Staff WriterShare this: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 Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window) Tags:buncranaBuncrana District CourtBurnfootGavin TonerJudge Paul Kellylast_img read more