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Laurie Garrett a senior fellow for global health at the Council on Foreign Relations in New York City applauds the new agenda which mirrors an idea she advocated in October “It just makes sense” Garrett says “If countries can’t identify new diseases then eventually those diseases could reach us” But she’s concerned that the United States and other donor countries won’t pony up enough money “To pull this off you need to be spending well over $100 million a year” Garrett says “It’s going to take 5 or 6 years of good hard diligent work to reach the target everyone knows we have to reach” Today’s meeting is closed to the media and off-the-record but individual countries will be free to describe their contributions to the conversationMoscow: Vladimir Putin who is set to extend his long rule to 2024 in Russia’s presidential election on Sunday has stamped his total authority in Russia silencing opposition and reasserting Moscow’s lost might abroad The 65-year-old former KGB officer has reimposed the Kremlin’s grip over society since taking power 18 years ago after a lawless but relatively free decade following the demise of the USSR On the international stage he has outlasted three US presidents to become one of the globe’s undisputed strongmen thrusting Moscow into a new rivalry with the West by snatching Crimea from Ukraine and launching a pivotal intervention in Syria File image of Russian president Vladimir Putin Reuters Named the world’s most powerful person by Forbes for the past four years running the judo black belt has built a macho man image helped by publicity stunts that included riding topless on horseback through the Siberian wilderness and darting an endangered tiger Bolstered by a slavish state media he is projected to take around 70 percent of the vote by official pollsters despite producing no programme and refusing to take part in televised debates Supporters laud him as a saviour who restored pride and traditional values to a humiliated nation To foes however Putin has dragged his homeland further from democracy has presided over a seizure of the state by a new elite of former secret police cronies and has stoked nationalism in a bid to restore Moscow’s lost empire ‘Hit first’ Putin was born into a working-class family in Leningrad – now Saint Petersburg – on 7 October 1952 and cut his teeth in the city’s rough-and-tumble neighbourhoods "The Leningrad streets taught me one thing: if a fight is unavoidable you have to hit first" Putin said in 2015 He fulfilled a childhood dream by joining the KGB intelligence service getting posted in 1985-1990 to Dresden in what was then East Germany when Soviet power was crumbling His political rise began after he returned to work at Saint Petersburg city hall under his mentor liberal mayor Anatoly Sobchak Two decades later Sobchak’s daughter Ksenia is challenging Putin in the election – a move that has divided Russia’s already deeply-split liberal opposition By 1996 he was called to Moscow to work in the Kremlin under Russia’s first democratically-elected president Boris Yeltsin who in 1998 made little-known Putin head of the KGB’s successor the FSB Battling health and drinking problems frail Yeltsin in August 1999 named Putin prime minister and his popularity shot up as he oversaw the launch of a second war to crush rebels in the Chechnya region When Yeltsin sensationally resigned on New Year’s Eve 1999 Putin suddenly took over as president of the biggest country on earth A tsar is born Buoyed by an influx of petrodollars that saw living standards soar the Kremlin under Putin forged its own "sovereign democracy" in which the trappings of pluralism – such as political opposition and civil society – were subverted He has guarded his private life jealously and once famously told journalists to keep their "snotty noses" out of his business After three decades of marriage he divorced his wife Lyudmila in 2013 but rumours of new romance – including with a former Olympic gymnast – have not been confirmed In line with the constitution when Putin ended his second term in 2008 he handed power to protege Dmitry Medvedev and moved to become prime minister – but few doubted who was really in charge In 2012 he returned as president in the face of huge street protests While the demonstrations petered out after a police crackdown the spectre of unrest spurred tough new measures to eradicate dissent Crimea Ukraine Syria Putin who once decried the collapse of the USSR as the "greatest geopolitical catastrophe" of the 20th century has ferociously defended Moscow’s sphere of influence and also challenged perceived US hegemony When crowds in Ukraine ousted Russian-backed leader Viktor Yanukovych in February 2014 the Kremlin faced losing its dominance over a key neighbour Within days Putin ordered special forces to seize the strategic Crimea peninsula and – after a hasty referendum rejected internationally – in March 2014 signed off on the region’s annexation The redrawing of Russia’s border sparked the worst standoff with the West since the Cold War and unleashed a wave of nationalism at home that saw Putin’s popularity soar Soon the Kremlin was accused of masterminding a rebellion in east Ukraine that turned into a festering conflict that has cost more than 10000 lives Despite sanctions pushing his economy into recession Putin also launched a bombing campaign in Syria to support leader Bashar al-Assad in 2015 It is widely seen as the key factor that tipped the war in Assad’s favour Putin was then accused of spreading his tentacles much further and Moscow’s old foe– the United States – found itself in the crosshairs After Donald Trump’s shock election win US intelligence accused Putin of ordering a hacking and influence campaign to get Trump to the White House "Those that lose always look to blame someone else" Putin [email protected] this phrase makes little sense because ‘Azad Kashmir’ would mean a free portion of Kashmir. 20. Led by Bryan Ruiz, of Madelia. would officially be a part of Alerus Feb 1 The firm brings with it 230 retirement plans more than 23000 plan participants and $750 million in assets under managementAlerus said it currently manages 2000 retirement plans and 148000 plan participants It has $9 billion in assets under management and administration currentlyThe company started life in 1879 primarily as a bank but has evolved into a financial management companyOver the last decade Alerus has expanded rapidly buying a bank branch in Fargo two in Arizona several branches in Twin Cities suburbs and several wealth management firms in the Twin Cities It now has 19 officesThe last expansion happened last year when Alerus bought some loans and deposits from BNC National Bank in Minnesota and Arizona and a branch of BNC in Scottsdale ArizKeney said Alerus would absorb most of PensionTrend’s workforce including its four owners ensuring continuity for current customers The customers most of whom are in Michigan would benefit from Alerus’ technology she saidReach Tran at (701) 780-1248; (800) 477-6572 ext 248; or send email to [email protected] A Federal High Court sitting in Enugu on Thursday fixed for next Tuesday May 8 the hearing on the substantive suit filed by a chieftain of All Progressives Congress (APC) Chief Anike Nwoga DAILY POST reports that Nwoga is seeking to stop the National Assembly from changing the sequence of the 2019 elections earlier adopted and published by the Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) The presiding judge Justice AM Liman fixed date for the hearing after listening to the submissions made by some of the parties in the suit Although the National Assembly the 1st defendant failed to appear in court during proceedings yesterday the other defendants-Independent National Electoral Commission (INEC) President Muhammadu Buhari and the Attorney General of the Federation-2nd 3rd and 4th defendants respectively made appearances Addressing the court the plaintiff’s counsel Mr Godwin Onwusi brought to the attention of the court that the National Assembly listed in the suit as the 1st defendant has not appeared in court although they have gotten all that needs to be served on them Onwusi also urged the court to allow them to do away with their application for interlocutory injunction and go ahead with the substantive matter because of the urgency After hearing the submissions of the plaintiff’s counsel and the other parties present Justice Liman fixed for Tuesday May 8 2018 the argument on the originating summons Liman said if the case is argued on the scheduled date he may give his judgment by next Friday Specifically the plaintiff/applicant Nwoga is asking the court to among other things determine “Whether the National Assembly in exercise of its lawmaking powers can make laws to compel INEC to exercise the powers to organize undertake and supervise elections conferred on it by the constitution in a particular sequence” Nwoga who is the Vice Chairman of APC in Enugu East senatorial zone is also asking the court to determine “Whether the National Assembly in exercise of her law making powers can make a law to change the sequence of elections already adopted and published by INEC pursuant to the powers conferred on it by the constitution” Upon the determination of the questions the plaintiff urged the court to make the following orders: “A declaration that the National Assembly cannot make laws to compel Independent National Electoral Commission INEC to exercise the powers conferred on it by the constitution to conduct election in a particular order “A declaration that the recent bill adopted by the two chambers of the National Assembly which altered the sequence of the 2019 elections already adopted and published by INEC pursuant to the powers conferred on it by the constitution is a usurpation of the constitutional powers of INEC hence unconstitutional “An order of perpetual injunction restraining the 3rd defendant from assenting to the bill changing the sequence of elections already adopted and published by the 2nd defendant when it is presented to him for assent “An order restraining the 2nd defendant from complying with the sequence contained in the bill or the Law if assented to by the 2nd respondent “Any further or other orders or consequential Orders that the Court may deem fit to make in the circumstances of the case” After Hurricane Katrina,S. opens in select U. cheekily saying that when he had taken them they hadnt made him gayer.

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