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leader of the nationalist LDPR party said U.” she reportedly said at the time. mouth agape, “Why should Mr.000 square miles).S. fossil fuel extraction activities across the board likely emit higher than inventory estimates" said Eric Kort assistant professor of atmospheric oceanic and space sciences at the University of Michigan and the first author on the paper “There’s so much coalbed methane in the Four Corners area it doesn’t need to be that crazy of a leak rate to produce the emissions that we see" added Kort "A lot of the infrastructure is likely contributing" Write to Elizabeth Barber at [email protected] Delhi:Many Delhiites who braved ascorching sun to reach polling stations to cast their vote forthe municipal elections on Sunday had to return home disappointedas their names were missing from the electoral rolls? The report states that "Mochizuki bears a heavy responsibility" as the study’s leader and primary paper author. Former military president. and I did not expect to win every amendment.

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5 million troops at the peak of the Vietnam Warmore than double the 1.The School Board has taken a preliminary vote to not raise property taxes. For each $100, Clarence Thomas made it to the Supreme Court. Russia the EU and the UN as a Middle East envoy The transcripts from Feb 2011 are a rare window into the West’s attempt in 2011 to de-escalate the civil war in Libya by trying to convince Gaddafi to leave his country peacefully In one conversation Gaddafi tells Blair that his country is being attacked by al-Qaeda “They [jihadists] want to control the Mediterranean and then they will attack Europe” he said Blair encourages Gaddafi first of all to stop attacking those rising against him and to instigate a political process In the second conversation he encourages Gaddafi to seek refuge or leave Libya During the two calls that together lasted nearly an hour Gaddafi appears distrustful of the West asking Blair if he sympathizes with al-Qaeda and accusing him of trying to recolonize Libya with an intervention Blair speaks very carefully imploring Gaddafi at the end of the second call to “keep the lines open” Gaddafi did not take his advice choosing instead to stay in power In October of 2011 he was killed after he was found hiding in a culvert by rebels that opposed him But his death has not led to stability Libya is divided btween two warring governments and the al-Qaeda offshoot ISIS has thrived in the vacuum left by civil war Blair’s relationship with Gaddafi dates to at least 2003 when Gaddafi agreed to pay compensation to the victims of the 1988 Lockerbie bombing and surrender two men suspected of planting the bomb on Pan-Am Flight 103 The deal was as part of a rapprochement with Europe and the US which was largely brokered by Tony Blair and his government The Foreign Affairs Committee released the transcripts as part of an inquiry into Britain’s role in the military intervention in Libya in March of 2011 Committee chair and Tory MP Crispin Blunt said the transcripts provide important insight into the British strategy for intervention in Libya becasue Gaddafi warned Blair about Islamic extremists during the call “The Committee will want to consider whether Gaddafis prophetic warning of the rise of extremist militant groups following the collapse of the regime was wrongly ignored because of Gaddafis otherwise delusional take on international affairs” he said “The evidence that the Committee has taken so far in this inquiry suggests that western policy makers were rather less perceptive than Gaddafi about the risks of intervention for both the Libyan people and the western interests” You can read the transcripts of the two calls here and here Contact us at [email protected] Animals Asia, conducted a survey that found that 87% of Danes supported such a ban. "The government has closed the only door. Lucky Irabor. and to increase its streetlight tariff to compensate for the switch to more expensive LED, Dawn Sturgess and her boyfriend were poisoned by a powerful chemical agent.

in 2015.made it clear that the MNF would go alone and would not form any alliance with other political parties. He will be in Telangana and Andhra Pradesh on Tuesday and in Karnataka on Wednesday. It was more about the energy she brought to the speech, Victoria has all her clothing labels going on, When pressed as to how men could become more involved in tackling domestic abuse, the Home Secretary outlined her vision, I feel so strongly that the American public view of Afghanistan is distortedits highly negative they feel we failed They have a right to feel some real satisfaction because we didn’t failquite the opposite They havent succeeded yet but with our help they have made some real strides and it doesnt come through So my plea would be since this may be my last opportunity would be to somehow or other cover the positives that have occurred in Afghanistan.Miners are also required to approve bitcoin transactions, and both collections feature huge songs.

M. will feature "Drag Me Down" and "Infinity" Watch the full interview below (and watch him talking about One Direction beginning at about the three-minute mark) This article originally appeared on EWcom Contact us at [email protected] Shane Parrish writes Farnam Street They think that the reasons for something are immediately accessible to them even if they have no clue No matter how complex or difficult no problem results in an "I dont know" They are the fragilista Frequently found wearing suits and spending a lot of time in meetings they prefer to tinker with things they do not understand rather than doing nothing This isnt my idea its Nassim Talebs In Antifragile: Things That Gain from Disorder he writes: [The fragilista] defaults to thinking that what he doesnt see is not there or what he does not understand does not exist At the core he tends to mistake the unknown for the nonexistent Fragilistas are naive rationalists They think that the reasons for things are by default accessible to them They know the cause and effect of everything or at least thats what they think Because they mistake what they dont know for the non-existent they exhibit a strong if mistaken regard for the powers of reason They lack humility and respect for the first law of ecology: we can never do merely one thing Any action we take and in this case inaction is a course of action results in some unwanted consequences According to Taleb the problem with the fragilista is that they "make you engage in policies and actions all artificial in which the benefits are small and visible and the side effects (are) potentially severe and invisible" Fragilistas are everywhere They are the doctors who intervene too much in the bodys natural ability to heal prescribing powerful medications with small benefit and possibly severe side effects There is the management fragilista who: (1) introduces a bureaucratic solution to what is really a people problem; (2) manages by best-seller; (3) seeks refuge in the false security of best-practices; (4) fails to come up with reasonable benchmarks for judging performance of solutions; (5) does everything and thus does nothing; etc There is the policy fragilista who feels that continuous interventions into the financial market are necessary for stability In Filters Against Folly Garrett Hardin writes: Whatever plan of action we adopt in our attempt to remake the world our usual first step is to pin a laudatory label on what we are doing We may call it development cure correction improvement help or progress We load untested conclusions onto ill-stated premises But every intervention in an existing system is for certain only an intervention We will make progress faster if we honestly call the changes "interventions" only until an audit shows what we have actually done Needless to say such honesty will be resisted by most promoters of change The point isnt to avoid risk or even intervention but rather to be humble about our knowledge or lack of it To know when we should avoid small immediate and visible benefits that introduce the possibility for large (and possibly invisible) side effects Less is more This isnt foolproof but one possible way to counter the fragilista is to ensure rationale is explicitly (and publicly) stated up front When we mess with an existing (complex) system were intervening; we can never do merely one thing This piece originally appeared on Farnam Street Join over 60000 readers and get a free weekly update via email here Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsAudubon’s municipal liquor store located between the Burlington Northern Santa Fe railway tracks and Highway 10 on the main street into town is an on- and off-sale meaning it is licensed to act both as a carry-out liquor store and a tavern"The liquor store will be up for sale it was approved today by a special meeting of the city council" Clerk-Treasurer Jessica Wiedenmeyer said Thursday Nov 3The building will be listed by Coldwell Banker and the city hopes it will be purchased by a private investor and operated as an on- and off-sale licensed by the cityThe city is tentatively planning to keep operating the liquor store until it sells Wiedenmeyer said "Hopefully it will sell very quickly" she addedIt is the only bar in town and one of just a few places in town where pizzas and other restaurant-type food is available"It’s been losing money and finding staff has been very very difficult" she said "The liquor store reserve is gone — when it’s been losing money for the last eight years we had to do something"The city of Frazee is also struggling with financial losses at its city-owned on- and off-sale liquor store (it reported an $8888 loss last year) but the issue there appears to be more of an accounting problem said City Administrator Denise AndersonThe liquor store is attached to an event center which is profitable and whose finances are tallied separatelyThe problem for the liquor store could be that the event center sells liquor stocked and paid for by the city liquor store so the event center shows an artificial profit while the liquor store shows an artificial loss The two need to be treated as one entity for reporting purposes she believes"Frazee is in the process of taking a hard look at the liquor store-event center" she said "The (City Council) Liquor Committee managers and myself need to sit down and take a look at this"Audubon and Frazee were both among the 29 Minnesota cities required to hold a public hearing on the future of their liquor storeState law requires a hearing before Nov 18 if the liquor operation shows a net loss in at least two of the past three yearsIn 2014 according to the State Auditor’s office Audubon lost $14300 on its liquor store It lost $24650 in 2013 In 2014 Frazee reported a loss of $24877 on its liquor store The store made $11521 in 2013The Detroit Lakes off-sale municipal liquor did well last year: It brought in about $748000 a profit margin of 125 percent and transferred about $627000 from the liquor fund to the general fundIn 2014 Detroit Lakes made $790000 from its liquor store on a profit margin of 136 percent and transferred $545000 to the general fundIn 2013 Detroit Lakes made $524000 a 97 percent profit margin and transferred $600000 from its liquor fund to its general fundHere’s how other local cities fared last year with the liquor store revenues:Jamestown ND-95 formerly of McVille ND died Wednesday May 16 in Jamestown Memorial Service: 10:30 am Monday May 21 at McVille Lutheran Church McVille (Williams-Lisko Funeral Chapel Jamestown ND)" Clooney added,” Trent has been summarily called out for using the photo. 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