Morneau says Canada should be exempt from new US tariffs on steel

first_imgTORONTO – Finance Minister Bill Morneau says Canada should be exempted from the aluminum and steel tariffs U.S. President Donald Trump is weighing.He says Canada is a “staunch ally” of the U.S. and that it has been “firm” in its opposition to the tariffs.Speaking at a women’s entrepreneurship event in Toronto, he stressed the tariffs are not advantageous to either country or national security.Morneau’s comments came hours after Trump tweeted he would nix aluminum and steel tariffs if NAFTA negotiations end with a new agreement that’s more favourable for the U.S.The latest round of NAFTA talks are concluding this week in Mexico City.The Trump administration has been citing national security as the reason why it’s eying tariffs of 10 per cent on aluminum and 25 per cent on steel.last_img read more

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Australia to free Tamil family

A family of five Tamil refugees – including a toddler born in detention almost three years ago – have been cleared for release by the Gillard government, averting a potentially damaging High Court challenge next week, The Australian newspaper reported.The Rahavan family, who were detained after arriving from Sri Lanka, had been held indefinitely following secret ASIO assessments that deemed the parents a risk to national security. It is understood Egyptian authorities have not sought to extradite Mr Latif nor sought access to him, despite knowing his whereabouts since June last year. Immigration Minister Brendan O’Connor’s spokesman said the family would remain in the community on bridging visas with the same reporting conditions that apply to all bridging visa holders requiring them to keep the department informed of their current address, and any proposed change of address.The family’s clearance for release came as the Australian Federal Police was seeking clarification from Egyptian authorities amid growing doubts about the background of Maksoud Abdel Latif, an alleged terrorist who slipped into Australia as an asylum-seeker. The government’s reversal followed an independent review of the family’s ASIO assessments by former Federal Court judge Margaret Stone, who was appointed to audit the assessments in April, Fairfax Media reported. The High Court was next Tuesday poised to begin hearing the father’s appeal against his detention, which could have invalidated the government’s capacity to detain genuine refugees who are rejected by ASIO indefinitely. Questions have emerged about the soundness of Mr Latif’s convictions in absentia by an Egyptian military of multiple charges, including murder, during the Mubarak regime.AFP national manager for counter-terrorism Peter Drennan stressed the information given to a Senate committee last week was accurate, in that it was a true reading of an Interpol red notice the AFP had reconfirmed in January. But he said police were seeking to confirm information on the notice and to see if it matched other information held by the Egyptians.“The issue is whether or not the offences which were listed of murder, destruction of property etc are actually matters for which he was convicted,” he said. read more

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Court suspends CID probe on former Minister Ravi Karunanayake

Last week the CID filed a case against Karunanayake, accusing him of giving false information to the Presidential Commission of Inquiry. The Colombo Magistrate’s Court today issued a stay order on the investigations being carried out by the Criminal Investigations Department (CID) on former Minister Ravi Karunanayake.The CID was investigating the former Minister over allegations he gave false information to the Presidential Commission which investigated the treasury bond scam. Karunanayake had been questioned by the Presidential Commission over the scam which took place when he was the Finance Minister. The CID had filed a case at the Colombo Magistrate’s Court accusing Karunanayake of giving false information when he was questioned by the commission. (Colombo Gazette) read more

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Ombudsmans office investigating Norfolk council

Ontario’s watchdog is putting Norfolk County council under the microscope.The Ontario Ombudsman’s office has told council that a complaint has been made that the March 26 council meeting did not comply with the open meeting rules covered by the Municipal Act.The office’s open meeting team will be investigating the complaint, Norfolk councillors were told in an April 17 letter.A spokesperson for the Ombudsman’s office declined to comment further on the complaint when contacted by The Expositor.“Our office doesn’t comment on whether or not we have received specific complaints, for reasons of confidentiality,” said director of communications Linda Williamson. “In cases where the Ombudsman decides to conduct and investigation, the organization in question – in this case, the municipality – will receive written notice.”Minutes of the March 26 meeting appear to show that councillors three times held discussions that were closed to the public.Council began meeting at 3 p.m. and, at 3:15 p.m., on a motion by councillors Michael Columbus and Ian Rabbits, moved into a closed session.According to the minutes, three issues were to be discussed during the closed session, including the receipt of legal advice subject to solicitor-client privilege. A second issue was a verbal update on a labour relations matter that was requested by Mayor Kristal Chopp. The third issue was a verbal update related to the chief administrative officer position. which was also requested by Chopp.The closed session ended at 4:21 p.m. and the council reconvened in open session, the minutes state.Council went back into closed session at 4:36 p.m. to discuss a personal matter about an identifiable individual on a motion by councillors Chris Van Paassen and Rabbits.At 5:18 p.m. the council reconvened in open session, the minutes say.After dealing with several issues, councillors voted to go into a closed session at 10:01 p.m. to discuss a personal matter about an identifiable individual. The motion to go in-camera was by Van Paassen and Rabbits.The closed session ended at 11:10 p.m.Councillors voted, in an open session, to approve the appointment of an interim CAO to be later publicly announced by Chopp.In a statement issued on April 4, Chopp announced that former Brampton CAO Harry Schlange had been hired as the CAO on an interim basis.Schlange replaces former CAO David Cribbs who resigned in mid-January.Vball@postmedia.com twitter.com/EXPVBall read more

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UN experts criticize Ecuadors strategy to asphyxiate civil society human rights groups

The organization is only one of several who have recently been targeted by the government. Others include Pachamama, Unión Nacional de Educadores, and Fundamedios, an organization that Ecuador has been trying to close over the past three years. The human rights experts have previously spoken out against the Government for these actions.“This latest action once again violates international human rights standards, including the legitimate exercise of freedom of association. It shows consistent disregard for repeated calls by the international community to end the policy,” they said.“It is ironic that the same Government of Ecuador leading the positive international effort to make companies accountable through a binding treaty is itself reducing the space to be held accountable by domestic groups,” they added.The experts are urging the Ecuadorian authorities to guarantee that all members of all groups, particularly those that defend human rights, are fully able to exercise their rights to freedom of expression, association, and peaceful assembly – including their right to criticize government policies and practices. They renewed an offer to assist the Ecuadorian Government in reforming the current restrictive legislation.Among the five Special Rapporteurs are Maina Kiai, the Special Rapporteur on freedom of peaceful assembly and association; David Kaye, Special Rapporteur on the promotion and protection of the right to freedom of opinion and expression; Michel Forst, Special Rapporteur on the situation of human rights defenders; John H. Knox, Special Rapporteur on the issue of human rights obligations relating to the enjoyment of a safe, clean, health, and sustainable environment; and Victoria Lucia Tauli-Corpuz, Special Rapporteur on the rights of indigenous peoples.Special Rapporteurs and independent experts are appointed by the UN Human Rights Council. They work on a voluntary basis; they are not UN staff and do not receive a salary for their work and are independent from any government or organization, and serve in their individual capacity. “The Government of Ecuador seems to be systematically dissolving organizations when they become too vocal or challenge government orthodoxy,” they said in a news release from the Office of the UN High Commissioner for Human Rights (OHCHR). “This strategy to asphyxiate civil society has been implemented via two decrees – 16 and 739 – which give the authorities powers to unilaterally dissolve any kind of organization.” “The direct consequences,” they said, “are the progressive silencing of any group that challenges or offers alternative ideas to those of the government and thereby reducing visibility of the situation of vulnerable and marginalized people.” Acción Ecológica, an NGO, has been supporting the Shuar, an indigenous people who is trying to halt mining on a territory they claim as theirs. On 18 December, the NGO called for a Peace and Truth Commission to investigate attacks on indigenous and environmental rights. Two days later, the Ministry of the Environment began a dissolution process, allowing the NGO only 24 hours to respond and 10 days to present evidence in their defence.“Dissolving groups is the most severe type of restriction on freedom of association,” announced the human rights experts. The city of Quito, Ecuador, which was declared a World Heritage Site by the UN Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO), in the late 1970s. Photo: © UNESCO/Francesco Bandarin read more

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ATT TMobile and Verizon Wireless Block Wireless Tethering Apps in the Android

first_imgIf you’re been using your Android phone as a Wi-Fi hotspot without telling T-Mobile, Verizon Wireless, or AT&T about it and paying for their tethering plans, all three companies are out to get you. That shouldn’t be a surprise, since AT&T has been keeping an eye on users with unusual data usage and forcing them to upgrade to tethering-supported plans. Now they’re all taking the extra step to block the myriad of wireless tethering apps available in the Android Market entirely. The most popular app in this category, Wireless Tether, is free in the Android Market but requires users have their phones rooted in order to work. The trouble now is that users with Android devices on AT&T, T-Mobile, and Verizon Wireless won’t be able to find the app, since it just won’t be listed in the Android market when they search for it. The same is true for apps like PDANet, Tether for Android, and Easy Tether.That won’t stop most people – you can still grab the APKs for each app from a number of other sources, the least of which are usually the developers’ own Web sites, but the carriers are trying as much as they can to make the process inconvenient for users. If this pattern of behavior continues, expect to see the battle between carriers and users who tether their phones without authorization from their carriers to escalate. [via Operation Android]last_img read more

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Its Sonys fault the Xbox exists

first_imgWe all know the story of how the PlayStation came to be. Sony decided to go it alone after things didn’t work out producing a CD-ROM unit for the Super Nintendo. Well, it seems a very similar situation happened that inevitably saw Microsoft decide to develop the Xbox, only this time it was Sony who forced Microsoft’s hand.Joachim Kempin, former vice president of Windows Sales (1983-2002), has explained how the original Xbox came to be. It turns out it was Sony’s fault, simply because the Japanese company wasn’t very friendly towards Microsoft, and Microsoft eventually decided they had to “stop Sony.”Apparently, long before the Xbox was even an idea, Microsoft was trying to collaborate with Sony in a number of areas they thought there was overlap. That collaboration was sought before even Sony had a games console coming to market, and would have focused on products for the entertainment sector.Sony didn’t want to know, though, seeing Microsoft simply as a company they were licensing Windows from. Therefore as soon as it became clear Sony was going to make an assault on the living room with the PlayStation, Microsoft decided it had to react and ultimately try and beat them. They’ve been fighting for space under our TVs ever since.Microsoft was new to the games hardware market, and Kempin even admits the company copied Sony’s model of trying to make the money back from the hardware investment on software royalties.So Sony only has itself to blame for having such a strong rival today in the games market. If they’d just been a bit friendlier to Microsoft a couple of decades ago we may have never seen an Xbox console. Maybe Microsoft just wanted to provide the operating system on Sony’s entertainment devices? But we all know how that worked out for another Japanese company who no longer produces games consoles, don’t we?last_img read more

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Ours polaires Vladimir Poutine sinquiète de leur sort

first_imgOurs polaires : Vladimir Poutine s’inquiète de leur sortArctique – Le Premier ministre russe Vladimir Poutine se dit extrêmement préoccupé par le sort des ours polaires en Arctique.”La réduction de la surface de la banquise, la fonte des glaces, tout ça aboutit à la complication des conditions de vie” des ours polaires, a déploré Vladimir Poutine lors d’une visite en Terre d’Alexandra, dans l’océan Arctique, au cours de laquelle il a participé à une expédition scientifique.À lire aussiQui est Greta Thunberg, proposée pour un prix Nobel à seulement 16 ans ?Après avoir aidé les scientifiques à effectuer des prélèvements sur un ours pesant quelque 230 kilos, puis à lui passer au cou un collier émetteur, le chef du gouvernement russe a déploré la sensible réduction de la population d’ours blancs à 25.000 individus.Évoquant l’impact du changement climatique sur les conditions de vie des ours, Vladimir Poutine a également regretté que les activités militaires soviétiques dans l’archipel François-Joseph aient laissé derrière elles “une fosse aux ordures”. Et de déclarer : “Il faut faire un nettoyage général en Arctique”.D’après une étude russe menée entre 1995 et 2005, ce sont environ 250.000 fûts contenant entre 40.000 et 60.000 tonnes de produits pétroliers, mais aussi des avions et des stations de radar, qui ont été abandonnés en Arctique après la chute de l’URSS en 1991.Le 3 mai 2010 à 11:59 • Emmanuel Perrinlast_img read more

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Lawmakers see Walkers potential pension bonds as risky

first_imgGovernor Bill Walker’s administration wants to borrow money to pay for public workers’ pensions, by selling up to 3.3 billion dollars in what are known as pension obligation bonds. The plan is drawing concern from lawmakers, who say it may be risky.Listen Now Randall Hoffbeck, Comm. Dept. of Revenue, governor’s press conference, January 22, 2016. (Photo by Skip Gray/360 North.)Alaska’s government is obligated to pay public workers 6 billion dollars more in future pensions than it has in assets.State Revenue Commissioner Randall Hoffbeck says the best way to close that gap is to sell pension obligation bonds.During a Senate Finance Committee meeting Thursday, Hoffbeck said the state would pay less than 4 percent interest per year for the bonds.“Your returns are not within your control, but your cost of debt is. And we have historically low costs of debt,” Hoffbeck said.The bonds are essentially low-interest debt. The state would use that money to invest. If investment returns are higher than the bonds’ rate, then the state would save money.A 2008 law allows the administration to issue the bonds without legislative approval. But the Legislature would have to decide to spend the money to pay off the bonds.Wasilla Republican Senator Mike Dunleavy questioned why the administration planned to sell the bonds at a time when the Legislature is out of session and in the middle of an election campaign.“You know, many times, we as individuals do more due diligence on buying a toaster than we do on such money movements at such a magnitude that we do in the state,” Dunleavy said. “It doesn’t make any sense to me.”Hoffbeck said the timing is due to low interest rates. And he cautioned against waiting any longer, since interest rates have risen since earlier in the summer. He says that if legislators say they won’t appropriate the money, the state may not find buyers for the bonds.Dunleavy asked for more time to weigh the proposal.“There’s some that say that just by having this discussion, will cause uncertainty amongst those dealing with the bonds and the interest rates may go up,” Dunleavy said. “My response to that is: There should be scrutiny. And anyone that’s not asking the questions that are in a similar position that I am, they need to be asking the questions.”Pension obligation bonds have drawn criticism nationally. The Government Finance Officers Association says they involve considerable investment risk. It recommends against state and local governments issuing the bonds, since investing the money may not earn more than the bond payments.Association Director Stephen Gauthier told the Finance Committee the bonds have a history in recent decades of failing to benefit governments.“They frequently fail. Matter of fact, until 2009, most of them failed,” Gauthier said. “Now, you know, there’s more winners than losers, but still it’s pretty risky business. And it often attracts governments who are in the least position to take those kinds of risks.”The Department of Revenue projects that the state will save slightly more than a billion dollars over the 23-year life of the bond, if investments earn 7 percent.Hoffbeck said if everything goes according to plan, the bonds will be priced the week of October 24th, with bond sales closing the week of October 31st.last_img read more

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DRI seizes methaqualone worth Rs 235 crore

first_imgKolkata: The Directorate of Revenue Intelligence (DRI) seized a huge quantity of methaqualone, a narcotic substance that costs around Rs 2.35 crore in the international market.Two persons were arrested in this connection and they were produced before Barasat Court. Acting on a tip-off, DRI officers conducted a raid and arrested two persons from near the International Departure gate of Kolkata Airport.The consignment was sent from Chennai. A metal box was parceled from Chennai. It reached Howrah Station on Chennai Mail and was collected by a person from the station. The same person passed the consignment to his counterpart, who was supposed to take it to Kuala Lumpur. Also Read – Heavy rain hits traffic, flightsThe officers searched the box and found some garments in it. Later, they realised that the sides of the box were thicker than usual and found that eight packets containing 4.7 kg of methaqualone were concealed along the width of the box.In another development, the DRI officers have arrested one person from New Jalpaiguri Railway Station in North Bengal, when he was carrying gold that was brought from Myanmar. Firoz Seikh, who was arrested, is a resident of North 24-Parganas. Gold weighing around 2 kg was found from him, worth around Rs 63.27 lakh.The gold bars were smuggled from Myanmar through Moreh in Manipur, investigation revealed. One more person was arrested in Manipur on similar charges.It may be mentioned that in the 2017-18 fiscal, DRI has seized around 430 kg of gold and gold jewellery from the East and North-East regions, which is worth more than Rs 110 crore.last_img read more

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Neighbour molests threeyearold in Bakultala arrested

first_imgKolkata: A three-year-old girl was allegedly sexually harassed by her neighbour at Bakultala in South 24-Parganas. Later, police arrested the accused Noor Alam Mollah. The child has been admitted to Neempith Rural Hospital. According to the sources, on Sunday afternoon, the child was playing with her elder sister in front of their house in Tilipukur village. Her mother went somewhere and her father was sleeping inside the house. For a while, the victim’s sister went inside the house and when she came back, she found her sister to be missing. Also Read – Rain batters Kolkata, cripples normal lifeShe informed her father and both of them went to search her. After a few hours of searching, neighbours noticed that the girl was coming out from Mollah’s house crying. On asking, she said Mollah sexually harassed her when she went to check if her mother was coming back. The child was immediately taken to a local hospital and police was informed. Later, Bakultala police station arrested Mollah on charges of rape.last_img read more

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Critical injuries in crash along Helpmekaar Road

first_imgClick to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Multiple injuries have been reported after a crash in Helpmekaar Road at about 8.30am this morning (May 13).It is believed that a minibus and a car were involved in a head-on collision.It is alleged that the minibus was travelling towards Ladysmith at the time of the crash.Emergency services responded to the scene.The jaws-of-life had to be used to extricate three people from the wreckage.Four people are reported to be in critical condition.Traffic is being diverted, as the road is closed at this stage. Clean-up operations are currently taking place.center_img WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

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Solís calls tourism a peacemaker at Expotur inauguration

first_img Facebook Comments Following a video highlighting adventurous outdoor tourism, new Tourism Minister Wilhelm von Breymann said the country must continue to work responsibly and sustainably in the industry.“It’s a small country, but it’s large in its natural wealth and people,” von Breymann said.Von Breymann added that the country would continue to focus on its largest market, the United States, while hoping to expand in Europe. The previous tourism minister waived the visa requirement for Russians in March to attract more visitors from that country.Expotur organizers also awarded prizes to industry and government officials based on their work in pioneering the industry in Costa Rica.Thursday schedule: 10 a.m. Doors open1-2 p.m. Lunch break2-6 p.m. Exposition continuesFriday schedule:9 a.m.-noon, ExpositionNoon-1 p.m. Lunch, integration of customers and businesses1-5 p.m. Exposition continues6 p.m. Closing ceremonyAt the trade show, businesses include airlines, tourist attractions, car rental agencies, travel agencies, hotels, adventure and wildlife tourism, property rentals, and restaurants.The Expotur websiteThe Expotur Facebook pageYou can also watch a promotional video of the country, in English, below. The Tourism Ministry created the video as part of its “Essential Costa Rica” brand launched in March. Costa Rica’s President Luis Guillermo Solís said that his country’s largest industry – tourism – is key to generating peace around the world, on the eve of the country’s largest tourism trade show.“In many ways you are all peacemakers and peacekeepers,” Solís said in English to an audience of more than 200 tourism professionals and foreigners.The Costa Rican president, who took office on May 8, elaborated that tour operators and others in the industry bridge gaps between countries, cultures and faiths, creating a “cradle of peace” in the army-less nation.His remarks capped Expotur’s Wednesday inauguration ceremony held in San José’s main tourist attraction, the historic National Theater. On Thursday and Friday, Expotur will host its 3oth tourism trade show at the Wyndham San José Herradura Hotel & Convention Center. Expotur allows tourism businesses such as hotels, travel agencies, restaurants and wildlife tours to show off their latest offerings. These businesses also will have the opportunity to directly sell products and services to invited wholesale customers. Iniciamos el Acto Inaugural de la Expotur 2014 en el Teatro Nacional. pic.twitter.com/bROzDao8WW— Luis Guillermo Solís (@luisguillermosr) May 15, 2014 Related posts:30th Costa Rican tourism expo to focus on adventure and emerging markets Madrid goalie Keylor Navas named Costa Rica tourism ambassador Tourism season kicks off in Costa Rica despite high costs for travelers Costa Rica rises in global ranking of travel, tourism competitivenesslast_img read more

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Thai Airways launches Dreamliner

first_imgThai Airways is giving its customers a whole new in-flight experience with cabin enhancements, more seating comfort and almost limitless entertainment options with B787-8 Dreamliner aircraft. The Dreamliner will be flying on international routes from Bangkok to Delhi, Chennai, Seoul, Nagoya, Hong Kong, Singapore, Perth, Brisbane, Denpasar and Kuala Lumpur. From November 25 onwards one can fly from Delhi or Chennai to Bangkok on the Dreamliner and experience Thai’s unique and legendry service with a whole new in-flight experience with cabin enhancements, more seating comfort and almost limitless entertainment options.last_img read more

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Throughout 2017 DriveAway ran an incentive with i

first_imgThroughout 2017, DriveAway ran an incentive with its helloworld travel agents to reward them for their hard work across DriveAway Holidays’ self-drive bookings.Each DriveAway booking earned the agent an entry in the incentive, with a prize pool that included VISA Gift Cards, tickets to see Ed Sheeran shows, and the major prize of flights to LA with spending money and a 7 day hire of a convertible. “Each year our relationship with helloworld becomes stronger,” says DriveAway’s Nathan Baber, “and we like to reward the agents for all their efforts and will continue to support them throughout 2018”.The major prize winner for the incentive was Alex from Travel & Cruise Bright. Sam Titley (DriveAway WA BDM) & one of the lucky Ed Sheeran ticket winners, Margaret Rodriguez (helloworld Melville)TOP IMAGE:Kelly Grace (DriveAway VIC BDM) & David (helloworld Ocean Grove) DriveAway HolidaysHelloworld Travellast_img read more

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Go back to the enewsletter Entire Travel Group is

first_imgGo back to the enewsletterEntire Travel Group is celebrating the launch of its newest brand, Maldives Travel Connection, by giving travel agents the chance to win an unforgettable seven-night trip for two to the ‘Jewel of the Indian Ocean’.The lucky travel agent will get to experience three of the Maldives’ leading properties: Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa Maldives (two nights in an Ocean Front Beach Villa, all-inclusive), Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa Maldives (two nights in a Beach Suite, ultimate all-inclusive) and Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & Spa (three nights with daily breakfast).Sheraton Maldives Full Moon Resort & SpaThe prize will be awarded to the travel agent who books the highest number of passengers through Maldives Travel Connection before 30 November 2018. But there is a twist – every booking made with any of the incentive’s three partner resorts will receive a double entry.Launched last month, Maldives Travel Connection offers Australian travel agents an unparalleled range of products and services, with its debut brochure featuring more than 40 four- and five-star hotels and resorts spread throughout the Maldivian archipelago.Centara Ras Fushi Resort & Spa, MaldivesAs with all Entire Travel Group brands, travel agents working with Maldives Travel Connection will also receive the full support of specialist consultants with first-hand experience of the destination.For further information please visit www.maldivestravel.com.au.Maldives Travel Connection’s new 68-page brochure is now available through TIFS.Lead image – Centara Grand Island Resort & Spa MaldivesGo back to the enewsletterlast_img read more

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