Another Aboriginal man shot dead by Edmonton cops

first_imgAPTN National NewsAnother Aboriginal man has been shot and killed by an Edmonton police officer.This is the second shooting by police in the city in a little over a month.APTN National News reporter Noemi LoPinto has this story.last_img

Housing pipelines and Senator Beyak dominate the conversation on Nation to Nation

first_imgTodd Lamirande Nation to NationThe co-founder of Idle No More, Sylvia McAdam, says sub-standard housing has caused untold sadness.She says a solution is badly needed – And she may have one.When US President Donald Trump approved the Keystone XL pipeline, approvals had been reached everywhere except in one place. The state of Nebraska may be the only thing that stands in its way from being built.And last night controversial Senator Lynn Beyak heard from a residential school survivor during the Senate Standing Committee on Aboriginal Peoples.tlamirande@aptn.calast_img read more

Ban appoints Brazilian environment official as UN biodiversity chief

20 January 2012Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias, a national of Brazil, as Executive Secretary of the Secretariat of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD). Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has appointed Braulio Ferreira de Souza Dias, a national of Brazil, as Executive Secretary of the Secretariat of the United Nations Convention on Biological Diversity (CBD).Mr. Dias, who is currently the National Secretary for Biodiversity and Forests at the Brazilian Ministry of the Environment, was chosen for his extensive experience in policy-making and in coordinating the implementation of biodiversity policies, programmes and projects at a national and international level. He has also been directly responsible for overseeing several multi-institution programmes and has been deeply involved with the negotiations and implementation of the Convention since its origin and participated, as a member of the Brazilian delegation, in the Intergovernmental Negotiating Committee of the Convention on Biological Diversity.In announcing his appointment, Mr. Ban thanked Mr. Dias’ predecessor Ahmed Djoghlaf for his continued commitment and contribution to the CBD in his capacity as Executive Secretary. read more

Presidential search community consultations to be streamed live

Those who can’t attend Friday’s presidential search community consultation sessions are invited to take in the conversation online.The sessions, which happen from 10:30 a.m. to noon, and again from 1:30 to 3 p.m., will be streamed live online.To watch, visit brockvideocentre.brocku.ca and log in with your campus ID.Then click on Live Videos and Presidential Search.For more details about these sessions, see the Advisory Committee on Presidency’s announcement.

Family found wrong corpse in coffin when they went to say goodbye

first_imgFamily found wrong corpse in coffin when they went to say goodbye to their grandad The body had been mixed up with another man and been buried three days earlier in the wrong grave. Share27 Tweet Email4 THE GRIEVING FAMILY just wanted to see the body one last time before his cremation. But peeking into the coffin for the final farewell they got a shock: it was someone else.The 90-year-old had in fact been buried three days earlier in someone else’s grave.The embarrassed firm of undertakers in the southern town of Weiz in Austria admitted to the mix up this week.Inside the coffin ready to be given up to the flames was an 86-year-old man whose family thought they had already said their final goodbye to days before.Andreas Adlmann from funeral directors Koller-Adlmann told the Kleine-Zeitung daily that an employee “had not taken proper notice of the toe tags”.“This was a human error that should never have happened,” he said. He promised that in future a record will be made for every cadaver that will be signed by two people.As the family of the 90-year-old waited at the crematorium, his coffin was quickly dug up, cleaned up and brought over.And the 86-year-old was buried where he should have been, as a priest looked on and gave the necessary consecration.© – AFP, 2017Read: A spy novel set in Dublin during the 1940s Emergency chosen as this year’s One City One Book> Image: Shutterstock/Kzenon Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this article By AFP Image: Shutterstock/Kzenon Mar 25th 2017, 8:30 AM https://jrnl.ie/3300641 Saturday 25 Mar 2017, 8:30 AM Short URL 40,750 Views 23 Comments last_img read more

One for All présente de nombreux chargeurs universels

first_imgOne for All présente de nombreux chargeurs universelsOne for All a révélé la disponibilité de nombreux chargeurs universels pour téléphones mobiles.Pour ne pas s’encombrer avec une kyrielle de chargeurs, il existe une solution : les universels. La firme basée aux Pays-Bas One for All a dévoilé toute une gamme de chargeurs universels pour téléphones mobiles, permettant d’économiser une place précieuse dans les bagages.À lire aussiDengue : symptômes, traitement, prévention, où en est-on ?La marque propose tout d’abord deux chargeurs USB. Le premier, le PW1515 est doté du système de Turbo Charge 1000mA muni d’une diode. Il est proposé à 12,90 euros. Le second chargeur USB peut être utilisé en voiture et les caractéristiques sont identiques. Le PW1615 sera vendu 9,90 euros.  À nouveau destiné à une utilisation en voiture, le chargeur universel PW1620 est doté de sept embouts pour permettre une compatibilité avec les principales marques du secteur et d’un câble rétractable. Ce chargeur coûte 17,90 euros. Le même produit offrant deux ports USB, le PW1625 sera vendu pour sa part à 22,90 euros.Pour ce qui est des chargeurs sur prise murale. La marque propose un premier modèle, le PW1520 équipé de Turbo Charge 1000mA, câble rétractable et sept embouts, comme sur les modèles indiqués précédemment, pour 19,90 euros ou bien le même accessoire doté de deux ports USB au tarif de 24,90 euros, le PW1525. Enfin, le constructeur propose des câbles rétractables seuls au prix de 9,90 euros.Le 3 juin 2012 à 21:00 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Port of Vancouver meeting rescheduled

first_imgVancouver — The Port of Vancouver Board of Commissioners meeting originally scheduled for July 11 has been changed to 9:30 a.m., Tuesday, July 18.It will still be held at the Port of Vancouver, USA Administrative Office, 3103 N.W. Lower River Rd.Also, the commission meeting scheduled for Tuesday, July 25 has been cancelled. The commission will be attending the Washington Public Port’s Association Commissioners Seminar starting Sunday, July 23 in Union.last_img

Rally held in NW MiamiDade for girl killed in shooting

first_img Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. NORTHWEST MIAMI-DADE, FLA. (WSVN) – A South Florida community continues to seek “Justice for Jada.”People gathered in Northwest Miami-Dade to plead for any information in the shooting death of 8-year-old Jada Page.Page was killed in a drive-by shooting on Aug. 28.Related: Family of 8-year-old Jada Page makes plea to the publicHer mother, Rosalind Brown, remains frustrated that the shooter is still out there. “I’m not a politician, I’m just a mom,” said Brown. “I’m just begging for justice. Whoever it is, I’m begging for justice. I don’t know if they’re keying in on the right person, but I need you guys to continue to give tips.”Jada and her father, James Page, were shot in their front yard. Jada would die two days later.Her father has since recovered.If you have any information on Jada’s killer, call Miami-Dade Crime Stoppers at 305-471-TIPS. Remember, you can always remain anonymous, and you may be eligible for a $25,000 reward. last_img read more

Juneau Assembly bans homeless from sleeping downtown

first_imgHomeless resident Catherine Duncan, far left, appeals to the Juneau Assembly not to pass a camping ordinance that would ban homeless from sleeping downtown on Feb. 13, 2017. (Photo by Jacob Resneck/KTOO)A divided Juneau Assembly passed a controversial anti-camping ordinance Feb. 13 to ban homeless people from sleeping near downtown businesses.Listen nowIn the end, the controversial ordinance passed by a single vote. It will allow police to cite anyone caught sleeping on private property in the downtown core between midnight and 7 a.m.The ordinance passed in a 5-4 vote. Supporters were: Mayor Ken Koelsch, Jerry Nankervis, Debbie White, Mary Becker and Beth Weldon. Opposed were: Norton Gregory, Jesse Kiehl, Loren Jones and Maria Gladziszewski.Many downtown merchants have complained of people using shuttered storefronts to shelter from the cold. Those concerns were heard by a majority of the Assembly.“This isn’t about the people who sleep on the sidewalk. This isn’t about people in Marine Park,” Assembly member Debbie White said. “This is about people who have invested in our downtown community, who employ our neighbors.”Assembly member Jerry Nankervis echoed that it was a matter of rights of business owners.“We are trying to reinforce — at least in my mind — that I believe people have private property rights,” Nankervis said, “and just because you’re homeless doesn’t supersede somebody else’s private property rights.”Juneau Police Chief Bryce Johnson said the ordinance would be a tool “which would give us the option of either writing a ticket or taking someone to jail for disorderly conduct.”It takes effect in mid-April when the city-run Thane Campground reopens.Opposition came from four Assembly members including Norton Gregory, who noted that many homeless people suffer from substance abuse and mental illness.“Those are the discussions that I wish we were having tonight and we were talking about rather than passing an ordinance about pushing these people out of the downtown area,” Gregory said.Assemblyman Jesse Kiehl disputed the police chief’s argument it would improve overall public safety.“Are people better off now in doorways? You bet they are,” Kiehl said. “Because those abandoned mine buildings above Gastineau Avenue are scary places and there are no lights and (the Juneau Police Department) doesn’t drive by and check.”Merchants who had complained that homeless people had harassed and intimidated their customers and employees were pleased with the vote.“I personally think this will help and I hope it’s the beginning of a longer process to address all the issues of the homeless in downtown Juneau,” Eric Forst, owner of the downtown Red Dog Saloon, said.Homeless residents reacted with dismay.“I’m scared of what’s going to happen,” Lisa Williams, 27, said after the vote. “I don’t know where I’m going to go and I’m afraid to go up to the woods. I have no idea what it’s going to mean for me.”The ordinance began as an initiative by Juneau Mayor Ken Koelsch, who proposed it after fielding complaints from merchants in December.“I asked for the no camping ordinance to be drafted and introduced for action,” Koelsch said in prepared remarks. “I accept full responsibility. It speaks to a core value of mine regarding respect of property of others.”The ACLU of Alaska has cautioned the city that a blanket ban on homeless people downtown would be unconstitutional.Courts have ruled homelessness can’t be criminalized when the homeless population exceeds shelter space available.For that reason City Attorney Amy Mead said this ordinance was drafted narrowly to only apply to private property.So what if the homeless campers move to a public place like Juneau’s Marine Park?“My advice to (the Juneau Police Department) is that it would be potentially unconstitutional to enforce the camping ordinance against those people at that time,” the city attorney said in a brief interview.The argument over this ordinance may be over.But both sides here agree that the quandary over Juneau’s homeless problem continues.last_img read more

Ford EcoSport Bookings Cross 14000 in 2 Weeks Report

first_imgFord’s newly launched EcoSport SUV has reportedly received more than 14,000 bookings in less than two weeks.The Financial Express, citing a source close to the development of EcoSport, said the American auto major has received more than 14,000 orders for EcoSport in India, and this number is likely to cross 17,000 by this Friday.”By last Friday, bookings for the EcoSport had touched 14,000. By now, this would have crossed 17,000. A new count will be taken by Friday,” a source told to the Financial Express.The report also stated that due to higher demand for the diesel version of EcoSport, some dealers across the country have also stopped taking orders. The greater demand for the vehicle in the sub-continent will push the company to extend the waiting period for customers.The vehicle which was launched in the country on 26 June is expected to be a game-changer for Ford in the auto market. By pricing it low, Ford is directly posed a challenge to current auto market leaders like Maruti and Hyundai along with Renault Duster, Mahindra Quanto and Premier Rio. The car comes with a starting price of ₹5.59 lakh.Under the hood, EcoSport comes with 1.5L petrol, 1.5L diesel and the 1.0L EcoBoost engine. The 1.5L petrol engine is expected to give 112 PS power and 140 Nm torque. It comes in both manual and automatic transmissions. The manual transmission model gives a mileage of 15.8 kmpl, while the automatic model is expects to deliver 15.6 kmpl. The revolutionary EcoBoost EcoSport engine churns out a power of 125 PS and 170 Nm torque along with a mileage of 18.9 kmpl. The diesel variant of EcoSport is the most fuel-efficient among all models and is expected to give a mileage of 22.7 kmpl.”We have had an overwhelming response and are now consolidating the order list. This is quite high and unprecedented for us at Ford,” said Vinay Piparsania, executive director for marketing, sales and service, Ford India.Meanwhile, Ford India is recalling its EcoSport diesel models in India due to the problems with the glow plug module. The recall of newly launched vehicle is likely to hurt the sentiments of prospective buyers in the country.last_img read more

Now Ratan Tata invests in speciality tea startup Teabox

first_imgRatan Tata, the former chief of the Tata Group who is currently chairman emeritus of Tata Sons, the Group’s holding company, has invested an undisclosed sum in a speciality tea start-up, Teabox. This is Tata’s fifth investment in a start-up this year. The announcement was made by Teabox in a media statement released on Wednesday.”His (Ratan Tata’s) direct guidance and experience in the tea industry will surely help us grow Teabox to be the first global premium tea brand from India,” said Kaushal Dugar, founder and CEO, Teabox.Teabox said that it procures premium tea directly from plantations in Darjeeling, Assam, Nilgiri and Nepal with the help of its warehouses in these places and sells them to customers worldwide. The four-year-old start-up raised $6 million in Series A funding in March 2015, taking the total fund raised to $7 million till date. Teabox was founded in 2012 by Kaushal Dugar and is backed by JAFCO Asia, Accel Partners, Keystone Group LP and Dragoneer Investment Group. Ratan Tata’s earlier investments in the current year are in technology and data provider Tracxn Technologies, pet dog care portal DogSpot, founded by Rana Atheya, cashback and coupon portal CashKaro, co-founded by Swati Bhargava and Rohan Bhargava, and baby care products retailer FirstCry.India is home to about 4,200 start-ups, according to software industry body, Nasscom. Recently, the government launched “Start-up India”, an initiative launched by Prime Minister Narendra Modi to encourage Indian start-ups.last_img read more

BNP calls formation of joint working group an uncertain process

first_imgmirza fakhrul islam alamgirBangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP) on Monday opposed the decision of Bangladesh and Myanmar to form a joint working group to start the repatriation process of all the Rohingyas staying in Bangladesh, saying it is an uncertain process to resolve the crisis, reports UNB.”The formation of a joint working group is an uncertain process to resolve the issue. Such a decision has manifested that the government is going to fail to have a quick solution to the Rohingya crisis. It’s also failed to make the international community understand the dangerous situation Bangladesh is now facing,” said BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir.Speaking at a documentary screening programme, the BNP leader renewed their party’s call for forging a national unity to overcome the Rohingya crisis.”We’ve long been talking about forming a national unity to face the challenge. Unfortunately, the government is not paying any heed to it as its policy is to divide the nation.”He urged the government to call a national convention to forge the unity and take steps to send an all-party delegation to different countries to push for resolving the problem.Jatiyatabadi Samajik Sangskritik Sangstha (Jasas) screened the documentary at Kendrio Kochi Kachar Mela auditorium on the plight of Rohingyas and repression on them.Earlier at a meeting of officials of the Bangladesh and Myanmar at the state guesthouse Padma, the two countries agreed to form a joint working group to start the repatriation process of all the Rohingyas living in Bangladesh, which Dhaka sees as a “progress.””It’ll soon be formed and I’m hopeful (about a solution),” Foreign Minister AH Mahmood Ali told reporters in the afternoon mentioning that Myanmar came up with the proposal of repatriation of the Rohingyas.He, however, said the composition of the joint working group will be finalised later. “We’ll give our names from our side while they’ll give their names [for the joint working group].”Fakhrul said the government has failed to portrait the Rohingya crisis and genocide against them by the Myanmar authorities before the international community.”People of Bangladesh have come under an attack through the problem. The government has failed to convince the international community how humanity, and Bangladesh’s independence, sovereignty, economy, environment and society have been affected by the Rohingya crisis.”He also criticised the government for not sending any high-profile delegation to any country and for not intensifying its diplomatic efforts to get influential countries’ support to resolve the Rohingya crisis.He also urged the country’s people to get united to drum up a strong public opinion across the country and abroad to stop persecution on Rohingyas and force the Myanmar authorities to take back their citizens ensuring their rights, citizenship and dignity.last_img read more

New Zealand parliament passes tougher gun laws

first_imgNew Zealand parliament. AFP File Photo.New Zealand lawmakers have almost unanimously passed sweeping gun reforms, paving the way for a ban on military-style semi-automatic weapons to enter into force as soon as Friday.Lawmakers passed the legislation on final reading, less than a month after a gunman entered two mosques in Christchurch killing 50 people.During the debate Wednesday prime minister Jacinda Ardern told parliamentarians she “vividly” recalled the moment after the massacre when she, without consulting widely, decided the government had to act.Ardern, her voice filled with emotion, said it was during a briefing with the police commissioner when she was told about the “nature of the attack”, the weapons used and how they were notified but had been obtained legally.”I could not fathom how weapons that could cause such destruction, and large-scale death could have been obtained legally in this country. I could not fathom that,” she told lawmakers.She could not, she said, face the public or “the victims that had been left behind from this terror attack and tell them hand-on-heart that our system and our laws allow these guns to be available and that was okay. Because it was not.”The new rules amend permissive 1983 gun laws that had the subject of multiple reform attempts.The sole holdout against the legislation was the ACT Party, which has a single seat in the 120 seat parliament.The new rules are aimed at removing semi-automatic firearms from circulation through a buy-back scheme, prohibition and harsh prison sentences.A hand-in amnesty will be in place until 30 September 2019, but perpetrators will face between two and ten years in jail for breaking the laws.The new laws also prohibit “semi-automatic firearms, magazines, and parts that can be used to assemble prohibited firearms.”The law will now need royal approval, in practice a rubber stamp, which is expected to take place on Thursday, paving the way for the rules to enter into force the next day.The bill was first introduced on 1 April. Its passage in barely ten days has surprised even the most ardent gun control advocates.last_img read more

Conflict Of Interest For USTR Nominee Holding Up Trumps Plan To Reopen

first_img Listen Nicoguaro President Trump has pushed back the start date for renegotiating the North American Free Trade Agreement (NAFTA) several times over the past few months, in large part because the Senate has yet to vote on the confirmation of his nominee for U.S. trade representative, attorney Robert Lighthizer. By law, only the U.S. trade representative can notify Congress of the president’s intent to renegotiate a trade agreement.“One of the requirements in terms of what the USTR must satisfy is that he has not worked for any foreign interest involved in a negotiation with the United States government,” says Stephen Lande, president of Manchester Trade, a trade policy advisory firm based in Washington, D.C. “And Bob Lighthizer was involved actually in a fairly minor negotiation with Brazil. So one needs a waiver for that in order for the Senate to be in a position to consider his nomination and, of course, approve his nomination.”Lande says Trump seems to be counting on such a waiver being attached to a must-pass measure to fund the federal government.The Houston area has a big stake in what happens next. “There’s $18 billion traded between Houston alone and Mexico, which is more than many countries trade between each other,” says Kenneth Smith Ramos, who heads the trade and NAFTA office at the Mexican Embassy to the U.S.Once the president notifies Congress of his intent to reopen NAFTA, that will trigger a 90-day countdown. Three-way talks with Mexico and Canada could begin by mid-summer. To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: 00:00 /01:20center_img X Sharelast_img read more

Have you lost your iPad in Ladysmith

first_imgWebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite Someone’s iPad was picked up by a Good Samaritan at a local mall recently.The iPad was dropped off at the Ladysmith Gazette offices so that the owner can be found.So, if you have lost your iPad, come to the Ladysmith Gazette and tell us where you lost the device.You will have one chance to enter the correct password to unlock the device.The wallpaper has a picture of an elderly man on it.If this is your iPad, come to our offices. Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there!last_img read more

The majestic jewel of India the Taj Mahal the le

first_imgThe majestic jewel of India, the Taj Mahal, the legendary Bengal tiger and the remote and sacred river of  Brahmaputra combine as highlights of a new river cruise tour to India in 2019.Released by Cruise Traveller in partnership with Indian river cruise company, Adventure Resorts and Cruises (ARC), the 12-night ‘Taj Mahal and Tigers’ package in April 2019,  links a five-night tour of Delhi, Agra and Jaipur with a seven-night cruise on the mysterious Brahmaputra River in Assam, a culturally intact region in far-north-east India that sees few tourists but boasts so much wildlife it is known as the ‘Serengeti of India’.Cruise Traveller and ARC are offering an earlybird discount of up to A$1620 per couple on the Taj Mahal and Tigers tour, if booked by April 30, 2018. Including international return flights with Singapore Airlines from Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Adelaide or Perth plus domestic flights in India, the 12-night land and river cruise package is available from A$6385 per person, twin-share, in a riverview stateroom – a saving of A$610 if booked by April 30, 2018. The fare in a suite is from A$7510 per person, twin-share – a saving of A$810 including the earlybird discount. The discounts are subject to availability.Beginning April 15, 2019, the tour package offers two nights in Delhi, a night in Agra and two nights in the ‘pink city’ of Jaipur, which, together, form India’s popular ‘Golden Triangle’. The on-land itinerary takes travellers on daily excursions that include the iconic Taj Mahal at sunset, the Palace of the Winds – the Hawa Mahal, the formidable forts of Rajasthan and an authentic Indian dinner with a local family in Jaipur.Travellers then board ARC’s boutique, 46-guest river ship, MV Mahabaahu, for a seven-night journey on one of India’s great rivers, the Brahmaputra, from Neamati Ghat to Guwahati in the mystical, culturally intact state of Assam, a rich, green land of valleys located in the foothills of the Himalayas.To book the Taj Mahal and Tigers fly/cruise/tour package, visit www.cruisetraveller.com.au/mahabaah or call Cruise Traveller on 1800 507 777.last_img read more

The 5 Takeaways from the Coyotes introduction of

first_img The 5: Takeaways from the Coyotes’ introduction of Alex Meruelo Former Cardinals kicker Phil Dawson retires The Arizona Cardinals still are not quite sure what they have in receiver Michael Floyd, but it looks like they’d like to keep him around for just a bit longer.Darren Urban of AZCardinals.com reports the team has picked up the fifth-year option on the 25-year-old wideout.The Cardinals had until this weekend to decide on the option. Had they chosen not to pick it up, the former first-round pick would have become an unrestricted free agent following the 2015 season. Comments   Share   Since being taken 13th overall by the Cardinals in the 2012 draft, the former Notre Dame receiver has shown flashes of excellence but has also been inconsistent.After catching 45 passes for 562 yards and two touchdowns as a rookie, Floyd exploded onto the scene in 2013, catching 65 passes for a team-leading 1,041 yards and five scores.Expected to take another step forward in 2014, Floyd struggled at times, finishing with 47 catches for 841 yards and six touchdowns. He topped the 100-yard mark in just three games. Some of Floyd’s struggles last season can be attributed to the team’s issues at the quarterback position, where injuries forced the Cardinals into using four different passers. In picking up his option, the organization would seem to believe that the 6-foot-3 wideout will rebound from 2014 and get back on track to being one of the better young receivers in the NFL.center_img Derrick Hall satisfied with D-backs’ buying and selling Top Stories Grace expects Greinke trade to have emotional impactlast_img read more

Nissi beach is worth €28m 13th in worlds most valuable

first_imgCyprus’ Nissi beach is worth £25m (approximately €28m), according to a study carried out by UK based Canvas Holidays.Making its way across British press on Wednesday, the findings showed that out of the world’s 15 most popular beaches, Venice Beach in California topped the list with a value of £2.39bn (approximately €2.68bn).The value was calculated by multiplying the beach’s size by the average cost per metre squared of an apartment in the same city.Closer to home, Ayia Napa’s famous Nissi beach ranked 13th with a value of £25m.According to the study carried out by the international camping website Canvas, the size of Nissi beach is 17,778 m2 while the property value per m2 is £1,407 (about €1,580).Top five most valued beaches after Venice Beach were Bournemouth in the UK, Copacabana in Brazil, Pampelonne in France, Bondi beach in Australia and Pink sands beach in the Bahamas.You May LikeKeySmartClever gadget transforms your bulky keychain into a handy toolKeySmartUndoAllThingsCeleb.comYour Never Guess What Adrian From Rocky Looks Like Today!AllThingsCeleb.comUndoSmiley MonkeyHer Dad Refused to Let Her Marry, 50 Years Later She Discovers the Reason WhySmiley MonkeyUndo LED-lighting the way by 2020UndoVerstappen wins crazy German Grand PrixUndoClear winner in first round of Kition bishop voteUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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