Councilman Hosts Fourth Ward Meeting on Saturday

first_imgCouncilman Pete Guinosso will host a Fourth Ward meeting 9:30 a.m. Saturday (Nov. 14) at Our Lady of Good Counsel Social Hall, 40th Street and Central Avenue.All are welcome. For more information, contact [email protected] or call 609-398-2560.Guinosso represents the Fourth Ward, which includes the area from the south side of 26th Street to the south end of the island at 59th Street. The ward includes the Ocean Reef neighborhood off Tennessee Avenue.last_img

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Iranian Academics Blame Regime For COVID-19 ‘Disaster’

first_imgBy ShareAmerica April 16, 2020 Iranian academics are faulting Supreme Leader Ali Khamenei for stifling information on COVID-19 and declining foreign aid, allowing the country’s outbreak to grow into “a national disaster.”In a March 29 letter, reported by the Middle East Media Research Institute (MEMRI), 100 academics call Khamenei “the Number 1 culprit” for COVID-19 sweeping the nation unchecked. Now one Iranian is infected every minute, while one dies every 10 minutes, the critics say, citing senior staff in Iran’s Department of Health.“Everyone now knows that the initial obfuscation by the regime and its security forces robbed the Iranian people of their chance to curtail this dangerous virus,” the letter says. “The lives of Iranian citizens were sacrificed, irresponsibly and inhumanely, in service of the regime’s political interests.”The academics — all of whom live outside of Iran — outline actions they say show Khamenei repeatedly putting himself and his cronies over the health and safety of everyday Iranians.Here are the academics’ main criticisms:Lies and neglect. The regime has downplayed the number of deaths from COVID-19, the critics say, citing World Health Organization estimates. The regime also continued Mahan Air flights to China in February, defying a Cabinet decision to ban flights to China announced January 31. Khamenei has even suggested the disease outbreak resulted from a biological attack.Refusing international aid. Iran’s leaders on March 24 kicked out Medecins Sans Frontieres, also called Doctors Without Borders, rejecting plans for a 50-bed treatment unit for COVID-19 patients in the hard-hit city of Isfahan.U.S. officials say the regime also has declined their offers of aid to fight the coronavirus.Fueling violence abroad. Iran’s leaders have pulled billions from the country’s National Development Fund to support the regime’s Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps-Quds Force (IRGC-QF), rather than using the fund to fight the COVID-19 outbreak.A U.S.-designated terrorist group, the IRGC-QF causes sectarian violence in the Middle East.Cronies over country. Iran’s regime responded quickly against its own citizens, brutally cracking down on November protests against rising fuel prices and regime dysfunction. Yet when facing a public health crisis that is killing everyday Iranians, the regime has lied and failed to act.The academics also fault the regime for failing to quarantine Qom, the epicenter of Iran’s outbreak, because of the city’s connection to Chinese government development projects, according to MEMRI.“Khamenei is the main culprit in the making of the current crisis into a national disaster,” the letter says.last_img read more

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CNTB study trip on the topic of nautical

first_imgThe Croatian National Tourist Board, in cooperation with the Šibenik-Knin County Tourist Board, is organizing a nautical study trip for foreign charter agents from 25 to 29 September 2017. The study trip will be attended by 15 foreign agents, ie economic entities, coming from nine markets: Austria, Germany, Sweden, Finland, France, Slovakia, the Czech Republic, the UK and the USA.The trip covers the area of ​​Šibenik-Knin County, ie destinations and locations such as Skradin, Šibenik, Krka and Kornati National Parks and the islands of Prvić, Zlarin and Krapanj stand out from the CNTB, and add that a business workshop will be held as part of the study trip. Buy Croatia between Croatian and foreign agents, which will take place on September 26 at the Ivan Hotel in Solaris. 25 Croatian and 15 foreign business entities are expected to participate in the workshop.BUSINESS WORKSHOP HELD IN TOKYO The Croatian National Tourist Board organized a successful business workshop Sell Croatia, which was held in Tokyo in cooperation with the tourist boards of the city of Zagreb, Dubrovnik and Šibenik-Knin County, and the partner of the workshop is the airline Turkish Airlines. It is actually an educational presentation through which the participants were introduced in detail to the Croatian tourist offer, with an emphasis on the offer of destinations that participated in the workshop.The workshop was attended by 62 foreign participants and 12 media representatives, and Dražen Hrastić, Ambassador Extraordinary and Plenipotentiary of the Republic of Croatia to Japan, was also present. As part of the educational presentation, a prize game was held for participants, for which each of the above tourist boards provided overnight stays in the destination and tickets for the Krka National Park, while Turkish Airlines provided a ticket for the winner of the prize game, but also to all Croatian representatives. one air ticket each.last_img read more

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