Daily Archives: September 6, 2017

Australian approved $ 70 million for 1,905 refugees

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An Australian judge has agreed to pay more than $ 70 million to the country’s government for nearly 2,000 refugees and asylum seekers in a detention center because of their illegal detention in Manos Island in dangerous and harmful conditions, the Guardian newspaper reported.

The newspaper said in a report published Wednesday that this agreement is the largest human rights settlement in Australia, a transporter of the Australian Supreme Court Judge Cameron McCollay said that he agreed to the settlement reached with the government and the regional detention center on Manos Island .

The Australian government had sued a group of lawsuits filed by the Slater and Gordon firm on behalf of 1905 refugees and asylum-seekers detained on the island, instead of continuing a six-month trial that would include evidence before the court of detainees for killings inside Detention center, systematic sexual and physical assault, and inadequate medical treatment causing injury and death.

In April 2016, the Supreme Court of Papua New Guinea ruled that the detention center was “illegal and contrary to the Constitution”. The center is still functioning to date, with nearly 900 men, but it is scheduled to close in October this year.

Slovakia understand EU court ruling on refugees and no more

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Facebook plans to spend so much money on its popular Instant Messaging application and take advantage of the messaging service used by more than a billion people a day, according to the Wall Street Journal.

“We are developing new tools through the WhatsApp Business application for small businesses and large organizations that are working on a large scale with a global customer base,” he said. Such as airlines, e-commerce sites and banks. ”

According to the report, Watts AG has already started a trial program for corporate accounts, which will not be available free of charge. “We intend to charge companies in the future,” said Matt Edema, Chief Operating Officer of Matt Edema.

This will not only be the source of profit from Wattsb, but there are other plans that the company is working on to get additional funds from any company and a brand that communicates with its customers through the famous application.

It is worth mentioning that the application of Wattsab emerged strongly in 2009, and acquired by Facebook in 2014 for 19 billion dollars.

Murray out of season with hip injury

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The European Court of Human Rights in Strasbourg, France, announced that all employers who monitor e-mail messages and other personnel communications must notify them before doing so.

This privacy provision came after a case involving “Vican Barbolescu,” a Romanian engineer who was fired from his job based on e-mail messages that the employer was watching.

He said the company he worked for did not tell him that he was monitoring his personal correspondence. The company was said to have received copies of the letters sent by the employee to his brother and fiancé shortly before he was expelled, according to the British ibtimes website.

The European Court of Human Rights found that the company that expelled the young man did not provide sufficient reason why his messages were monitored and whether there was criminal or illegal activity.

The court ruled that all employers should inform their employees about the nature and extent of their follow-up to their e-mails and other communications such as conversations, adding that there must be a legitimate reason behind the monitoring.

Barclays Bank: Euro strength makes Europe stocks a buying opportunity

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The Brazilian star became the most expensive footballer in history after moving on a record deal from Barcelona to Paris St Germain after he paid off the penalty clause in the Catalan team’s 222 million euro contract thanks to Qatari money Nasser Al-Khalifi.

The Manchester City owner, led by Khaldoun Ben Mubarak, has been pushing for the penalty clause in Argentine star Lionel Messi’s contract, as the player has not signed the new contract announced by the club that links him to the club until 2021.

Paris Saint-Germain came close to signing a new fantasy deal after Brazilian star Neymar, with Monaco striker Kylian Mbabi for 200 million euros as the world’s second-most expensive player.

Manchester City are looking for the services of Arsenal striker Chelsea, whose contract ends at the end of the season and refuses to continue with the giners. Cheeti cheered Chelsea star with a fantasy salary of up to 400,000 Australian pounds a week.

Arianespace aborts satellite start seconds before lift-off

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The current summer transfer market has seen a state of madness at the price level of the players, largely caused by the Brazilian star Neymar da Silva, who moved to Paris St Germain for 222 million euros.

The money of Arab investors, especially from the Gulf countries, was a major reason for the large inflation in the summer transfer market in the prices of players, because of the large sums of money in contracts.

domestic demand: German factory orders fall on weak

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England’s Mirkato has seen record-breaking moves in the Premier League for the 2017/2018 season but has yet to reach the price of Frenchman Paul Bojba, the most expensive in history after moving from Juventus to Manchester United in June 2016.

Frenchman Paul Pogba, who moved from Juventus to Manchester United in the summer of 2016, is the most expensive player in the history of the English league, with a total value of 89 million pounds sterling.

In light of this we will monitor for you the most expensive 10 deals in the history of the Premier League, after the record has been broken more than once in recent years ..

China’s Guangzhou port halts coal imports

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FIFA signs deadline for World Cup qualifier Bobby Wood scored late to give the United States a 1-1 draw with Honduras in the World Cup qualifiers at San Pedro Sula last night.

Honduras took the lead in the first half with a fine goal from midfielder Romi Kyoto to give the hosts the opportunity to grab the three points in front of a crowd excited in a humid atmosphere at the Olympic Stadium.

But striker Wood put the ball into the net from close range in the 85th minute after confusion inside the box after Honduras keeper Luis Lopez blocked a free kick. The United States and Honduras have nine points after eight games in the North American, Central American and Caribbean qualifiers. The teams are behind Panama, who advanced to third place with a 3-0 victory over Trinidad and Tobago last night.

Second-placed Costa Rica could have secured the World Cup, but only drew 1-1 at home with Mexico, who were booked in Russia last week.

Mexico took the lead in the 42nd minute thanks to a goal by Christian Gamboa by mistake, but Costa Rica drew a superb goal seven minutes into the end when Marco Orenia fired a powerful 20-meter shot.

The top three qualify directly for Russia’s finals and the fourth-placed runner-up against Syria or Australia. “We have a lot of work to do but things are in our hands now,” said US striker Jordan Morris.

We had a lot of effort throughout the game, “he said.” We would love to have three points but one point is very important for us here. ”

The United States has been involved in all editions of the World Cup since 1990, and US coach Bruce Arena has made seven changes to the 2-0 loss to Costa Rica on Friday.

Honduras took the first half and made a good start in the 27th minute when Kyoto took advantage of a mistake by United States defender Omar Gonzalez to hit his right foot against goalkeeper Brad Gozan. Wood took the lead less than 20 minutes later and did not miss the only chance he had.

FIFA draw date European qualifying for the 2018 World Cup on October 17

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The European Football Association (FIFA) announced Wednesday that the draw for the 2018 World Cup qualifier will be withdrawn on October 17, and the supplement for the qualification of four other European teams to the World Cup, along with the qualifying teams directly through the qualifiers.

FIFA said the draw in Zurich would see the eight teams competing in the annex split into two levels, each with four teams.

The division is based on the FIFA rankings for football teams in its October 16 edition. The draw will be followed by a draw from the first level to another level 2 round and round on November 9th and 14th.

The eight European teams are competing for the second place in the nine European qualifiers, with the group leaders heading directly to the finals.

Uganda goalkeeper: no give up dream of World Cup Russia

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Uganda’s captain and goalkeeper Denis Onyango has confirmed that his country’s chances of qualifying for the 2018 World Cup in Russia are still in place despite the defeat of Egypt’s “winch” in the match held yesterday evening at the “Burj Al Arab” , In the fourth round of Group E in the African qualifying for the World Cup.

“I could not believe that I would see those large numbers of Ugandan fans in the stands, and unfortunately we could not cheer them up, but we will not give up the dream of going up to the World Cup,” Denis Onyango said in remarks to the Ugandan Union official website.

The Ugandan fans marched in large numbers from the Ugandan capital “Kampala” towards Egypt to support her country’s team in yesterday’s game.

Egypt are top of Group E with nine points, two points ahead of Uganda’s “runner-up”.

Egypt will meet Congo Brazzaville at the Burj Al Arab stadium on October 8, while Uganda will host Ghana in the Ugandan capital Kampala on the 7th of this month.

Ramos move to Real Madrid

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Manchester United goalkeeper David Deja has asked captain and Real Madrid club Sergio Ramos to broker a move to the Royal Club, Spanish daily Diario Gull said on Wednesday.

The Spanish newspaper said De Gia had asked Ramos to pressure French coach Zinedine Zidane and club president Florentino Perez to work on the deal.

Real Madrid failed last summer to join De Chia due to a procedural error on the last day of the transfer.