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The training program was launched thanks to international cooperation. In 2012, Colombia signed a bilateral agreement with Haiti to help train and professionalize Haitian police officers. The strategic alliance had the support of the Narcotics Affairs Section of the U.S. Embassy in Port au Prince. The goal of the partnership is to train 200 female officers for the Haitian police by 2016. “This first contingent of trained women is very beneficial for Haiti. The police officers will help with the formation and professionalization of the HNP (Haitian National Police) with a gender perspective to gain new insights into security operations against crime and organized crime,” said Armando Rodríguez Luna, a security analyst at the National Autonomous University of Mexico (UNAM). Women officers are playing an increasing important role in law enforcement in Latin America and the Caribbean, said Colombian Deputy Foreign Minister Patti Londoño. The training provided to the young women officers is “a fundamental contribution made by the country to advance in incorporating a gender perspective in support missions for peacekeeping, prevention, management and conflict resolution”, Londoño said. During a ceremony at the Foreign Ministry on Nov. 13, 2013, Londoño recognized each of the young Haitian officers for participating in the training. The deputy Foreign Minister wished the young officers “much success in developing their work upon returning to Haiti”. The training provided by the Colombian National Police will help the young Haitian police agents innovate and lead when they return to their home country, Colombian authorities said. The more professional a police force is, the more effective it will be in gaining the trust of the community, officials said. Haiti and other countries in the region should work together to fight transnational drug trafficking, said Rodriguez Luna, the security analyst. “It is essential that the Haitian government with the help of international partners regain control of the territory and coastal areas to prevent drug trafficking into Europe and West Africa,” Rodríguez Luna said. Haiti has 10,000 police officers of which 9.25% are women. The Haitian government’s goal is to have 15,000 officers by 2016. The country has a population of 10 million people. Police professionalization Colombian security forces are training 10 Haitian women police officers, who will return to their country after graduating as law enforcement professionals. Colombian National Police have been training the Haitian officers since January 2013 at the Sumapaz School of the National Police, in the Colombian town of Fusagasugá. The Haitian officers have participated in courses on how to patrol and the best ways to divert children and teenagers from joining gangs and discourage them from using or selling drugs. The training was scheduled to be completed in early December 2103. Grateful for training opportunity By Dialogo December 09, 2013 MINUSTAH Promoting democracy The Haitian officers expressed gratitude for the training opportunity. students expressed their gratitude for the training received in Colombia. Some of the women agents were enrolled in college and left their schools to train under Colombian National Police Col. Yacqueline Navarro. “After all this time in Colombia, we will be ready to work for the progress of our country,” said Haitian police agent Judith German, 23, told EFE News. German learned about the training program while she was in college, studying for a nursing degree. German left school and joined the police training program. German wants to specialize in forensic sciences with the Haitian National Police. The directors of the police school organized the Haitian students into two-person teams. The Haitian trainees were put together with Colombian police recruits so the Haitians could improve their Spanish. The Haitian women were trained in target practice and also received specialized training in how to deal with children and teenagers. The Haitians will return to their country to use the tactics they learned during the training course, Navarro said. The Haitians will return to the Caribbean country before Christmas 2013. ‘ The 10 trainees will receive additional training about the laws of Haiti before working as HNP agents, authorities said. The training received by the women HNP recruits in Colombia will help improve the department’s professionalization, according to Rodríguez Luna. “The professionalism and strategy that the new officers learned in Colombia, a country that has been recognized for developing a national police force with special needs for combating organized crime groups, is an advantage for the HNP,” the security analyst said. The HNP has taken great strides forward, a high-ranking HNP official said. “We have made great progress, but there is still a lot to do,” said Michel-Angel Gideono,” chief of the West Department of the HNP. Training new pólice agents As part of the Haitian National Police Development Plan, the United Nations Police (UNPOL) and security forces from Chile, Colombia, the United Kingdom, and France helped train more than, 1,100 Haitian law enforcement officers in 2012. The HNP has a fleet of 726 vehicles, 653 motorcycles, and five maritime vessels to patrol the coast, according to a RESDAL report. The HNP was established in 1995. International cooperation The United Nations Stabilization Mission in Haiti (MINUSTAH) was launched in 2004 after the ouster of President Jean-Bertrand Aristide. MINUSTAH , increased its presence after the devastating earthquake that killed more than 230,000 people in January 2010. The Mission works to strengthen the institutions in Haiti, as well as promote and protect human rights in the country. In October 2013, the U.N. Security Council reported that MINUSTAH would eventually reduce its contingent of military personnel from 6,233 to 5,021, and police officers from 2,457 to 2,601. Peacekeeping forces will reduce their presence when conditions permit, the UN reported. The mission is in its Plan for Consolidation phase, which includes its gradual withdrawal from Haiti by 2016, with the option to replace the mission with smaller aid groups. The inclusion of women among Haitian security forces is a fundamental element in promoting and consolidating democracy in Haiti, according to a report from the Latin American Security and Defense Network (RESDAL) that was released in May 2013. As HNP agents, the women recruits will fight organized crime enterprises, such as drug trafficking, domestic violence, and robbery and theft. Haiti, the poorest country in the Western Hemisphere, has become an important transit route for cocaine shipments through the Caribbean in recent years. Drug traffickers use the more than 1,700 kilometers of Haitian coast as a strategic point for drug transport. Fighting drug trafficking
NEW YORK – At 1:12 p.m., 12 minutes past his scheduled media availability start time, Malachi Richardson strolled into the Manhattan Ballroom at the Grand Hyatt hotel as the last of nine prospects in interview Group B to arrive. He was ushered over to his station, an elevated table and brown cushioned chair next to Utah’s Jakob Poeltl in one corner of the room, finally able to relax. It’s one day before the NBA Draft and Richardson hasn’t done much of that lately.On Wednesday he exuded a mixture of haste and calm. He hadn’t eaten anything yet and didn’t throughout his 19-minute interview session. The last few weeks he’s been living out of suitcases, bouncing across the country from hotel room to hotel room. At 2 p.m., he’ll be taken to Basketball City in New York City along with the other prospects to guide a youth clinic. Life never slows down for a soon-to-be professional.At the same time, Richardson can finally exhale. His workouts with NBA teams are done. He’s shown them everything he wanted to that raised questions following his freshman season at Syracuse: that he can play man-to-man, that he can develop a more consistent jumper, that he’s deserving of a lottery selection. It’s less than 33 hours before his dream becomes a reality, the moment he’s been waiting for finally coming to fruition.“It’s definitely surreal,” Richardson said. “Who ever would’ve thought this would be happening right now?”The answer to that: nobody, at least as of a little less than three months ago. Then the Elite Eight happened, and Richardson appeared on draft boards before skyrocketing up them in the following weeks. But the 20-year-old doesn’t pay mind to draft boards. He doesn’t pay mind to those who vowed he’d rue the day when he decided to turn pro. He doesn’t pay mind to much of anything besides what he thinks of the Richardson others are just starting to grow accustomed to, but the one he’s known could get here all along.AdvertisementThis is placeholder textHis words border the line between confidence and cockiness, each affirmation delivering an invisible dagger to a doubt he’s faced in the past.“For people to say or think I wasn’t going to be drafted or anything like that is just nonsense.”“I’m a good athlete and I’m not worried about whether people think that.”“I make shots. People have to do a better job of watching our games instead of just not knowing anything about Syracuse and then looking at stats.”The stats tell one story. More turnovers than assists. A 3-point percentage barely eclipsing 35 percent. Several nonexistent first halves, including a paltry 0-for-11 mark from 3 in Syracuse’s worst loss of the season, a 84-72 embarrassment to St. John’s.Richardson wants to write a different story. Not just one that will add a chapter when he’s drafted, but one whose prologue is based more on the eye test rather than concrete numbers, one that he knows comes to a reassuring conclusion somewhere down the line.“I could take 10 half-court shots but if you don’t watch us play you wont know,” Richardson said. “You’ll just say, ‘He shoots 10 percent.’ Our games tell a different story.”On Thursday night, Richardson will finally receive tangible validation on his journey. He hasn’t slept the past couple of days, instead lying in bed and envisioning the words “Malachi Richardson” boom throughout the Barclays Center from commissioner Adam Silver’s mouth.He refused to even hint at what he’ll wear but promises a treat. Even before the draft he wears a white Ralph Lauren polo buttoned all the way to the top while a beige checkered wallet hangs from his belt with “some cash and cards” inside. He chuckles when saying the only thing he won’t miss about Syracuse is going to class.Malachi Richardson seems like a 20-year-old on the verge of turning pro.“The team that’s most interested will pick me,” he says with a wide grin. “Being able to be invited to the green room is something that a lot of people can’t always do. I just don’t wanna be the last person there.” Comments Published on June 22, 2016 at 5:25 pm Contact Matt: [email protected] | @matt_schneidman Facebook Twitter Google+
By Liz SheehanSEA BRIGHT – A plan to pay for the rebuilding of the borough’s buildings destroyed by Super Storm Sandy, including the firehouse, police department, library and beach facility, may be in jeopardy.At the May 17 Borough Council meeting, Mayor Dina Long voted three times to break the ties on the 3-3 council votes, so that three bond issue ordinances could be introduced and presented for public hearing at the June 1 council meeting.But passage of the bonds requires that not less than two-thirds of the council approve them after the June 1 public hearing. These would mean four votes of approval from the six-member council.On Tuesday, only three members of six voted to introduce the bond ordinance and public hearing. Members Jack Keeler, Peggy Bills and John Lamia Jr., voted against introducing the bill. Members Charles Rooney III, Bryan Kelly and Marc Leckstein voted for it.Lamia said Wednesday that he was meeting with the Borough Administrator JosephVerruni the next day to discuss the details of the plans for the projects the bond issue would finance. “I didn’t have enough information yesterday,” he said, since a planned session on the issue was not held.Drawings show plans for the library and the beach facility.“This is the biggest expense that Sea Bright has ever had,” Lamia said. “It’s going to affect our future.” He said that the bonds would be a heavy debt to place on a town with 1,200 residents.He said that Keeler had researched projects in other towns and found some that would be less costly than what was planned for the borough.Lamia said the council members were told that the bonds would have an effect on the interest rate on future borrowing, making the rates increase.He said the time between Tuesday’s vote and the June 1 public hearing would give him time to learn more about the proposed bonds and the project.“I am still on the fence” about supporting the bond issue, he said.Keeler and Bills could not be reached for comment on the bond issue.“I don’t know if this town will get this opportunity again,” Rooney said, referring to the funds that would come from FEMA to replace the buildings lost in Sandy.He said voting for the bonds “was the biggest vote” council members would ever make.“We need these buildings,” he said.“Why are you telling us now?” he asked of the council members who voted against the introduction of the bond issues. “Where have you been for the last two years?” he asked, while the plans were being formed for the replacement of the lost buildings. “It’s very, very upsetting,” he said.Rooney questioned what “Plan B” was for the council members who voted not to introduce the bonds.None of the council members gave a reason for their votes on the matter at the meeting.Rooney said that the town had not increased taxes since Sandy.The increase in taxes projected for the bonds is 2 cents per $100 of assessed value, according to a presentation on the bonds made by Kelly at a previous council meeting.The bond issues include an issue with a principal of $3,942,500 to be used for the construction of a Municipal Complex, for police, fire and emergency use. This facility will also be financed by “$2,750,000, expected to be received as a grant from the Federal Emergency Management Agency,” and $1,000,000 from insurance.The second bond issue would be for a principal of $1,486,750 to construct a beach facility with $1,450,000 expected to be received from FEMA and $185,000 from insurance for the construction of the building.The third bond would be for $332,500 for the construction of a community center which would also be financed by an expected $900,000 from FEMA and $150,000 from insurance.The borough is also counting on revenues from its new metered parking system and the end of the requirement to lease facilities to replace those lost as a result of Sandy to pay for the bond issues.
By Laura D.C. Kolnoski |FORT MONMOUTH – Six former Army barracks buildings in Eatontown will be converted into a diverse arts community following approval last month of a purchase agreement between the Fort Monmouth Economic Revitalization Authority (FMERA) and Red Bank businessman and arts patron Kenneth Schwartz. The as-yet-unnamed cultural center will host artists, sculptors, gallery and studio space, dance and music classes, and performances. It will also have short-term residences for artists working there.“It’s a commercial enterprise with art-centric endeavors,” said Schwartz, who paid $200,000 for the six 1942 box-like structures on 4.4 acres in need of repairs, updates, and renovations. He will also take possession of the adjacent 2-acre Soldiers Park which must be maintained in perpetuity. Schwartz plans to turn that into a sculpture park featuring works by American and international artists. The park will be visible from vehicles driving on Route 537 (Avenue of Memories) with parking for those who choose to walk through it.The buildings were originally slated for demolition until Schwartz approached FMERA officials with his “outside the box” plan based on similar arts communities he saw around the world. Bruce Steadman, FMERA executive director, said that while they did not initially envision such a use for the barracks, they found Schwartz’s proposal worthy of consideration.The new culture and entertainment hub will join Schwartz’s Detour Gallery opened on Clay Street in Red Bank last year, and a renovated former stair factory nearing completion on that borough’s Drs. James Parker Boulevard that will be used for art storage, framing services, and offices.Closing on the fort property is expected within six months. In the meantime, Schwartz and his team will go before Eatontown officials seeking design approval and building permits. The residential units intended for working artists have a limited occupation term of 30 days with a renewal option to a maximum of six months. One manager and 12 resident artist jobs will be created.Courtesy Detour Gallery“The buildings need a lot of work,” said Schwartz. “I want the buildings themselves to look like art so they will have murals on them.” All six roofs will be replaced and plumbing, electrical, and HVAC will be modernized. New lighting will be added. Structural work includes adding rooms for the various new activities occurring there. The public will be able to view artists at work in open studios and peruse completed works in galleries. Applications are already being taken for studio space, Schwartz said.“It will be Woodstock without the pot,” he joked. “I lived in that era. I want this place to have that vibe as well as a new vibe. I’m not an artist but I create for other people and want to assist artists and enhance the arts, not add any more businesses to my business. Creative people of any age can come, work, and be around other like-minded individuals to have a synergistic effect.” Schwartz, an arts and antiques collector for over 40 years is primarily known for his ownership of the area’s World Auto Group dealerships and a restaurant/bar in Keyport. He is also founder of the Fidelis Charitable Foundation.“Some of the soldiers stationed at the fort were my customers at the auto dealerships,” he said. “When Fort Monmouth closed it was like a cold wind came through the area, generating a lot of nervousness. I was raised here and wanted to do this project.”According to FMERA rules, construction must begin no later than 45 days after closing and be completed within 12 months. Schwartz is expected to invest a minimum of $500,000 to complete the project. He recently awarded the first Detour Gallery $5,000 student scholarship at the New York Academy of Arts in Tribeca.
MOST READ Margot Robbie talks about filming ‘Bombshell’s’ disturbing sexual harassment scene “From here on, we’re going to play the tough teams so every experience that we could get is very important,” said Robinson after the Pirates secured a postseason berth for the first time with a 94-83 win over Perpetual Help on Thursday.Letran seeks to move up to solo third when it clashes with another Final Four contender, San Sebastian, in the first game at 2 p.m.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSRedemption is sweet for Ginebra, Scottie ThompsonSPORTSMayweather beats Pacquiao, Canelo for ‘Fighter of the Decade’SPORTSFederer blasts lack of communication on Australian Open smogThe Knights have nailed back-to-back wins after a three-game slide to climb back into contention.And with the Jose Rizal U Bombers slumping, the Knights have a golden opportunity to consolidate their place in the next round.Letran coach Jeff Napa’s wards are coming off an 88-79 win over Mapua last week. But San Sebastian is also in fiery form, having beaten St. Benilde, 73-61, also last week. Mos Burger to open in Manila; teases with a pop-up How to help the Taal evacuees Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. DAY6 is for everybody “Our game is slowly picking up after some soul-searching,” said Napa. “We’re ready to achieve our goals.”Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next It’s too early to present Duterte’s ‘legacy’ – Lacson Steam emission over Taal’s main crater ‘steady’ for past 24 hours In ‘Jojo Rabbit,’ Comedy and Drama Collide Wednesday Group, Dreamchaser rule inaugural PBS OSG plea to revoke ABS-CBN franchise ‘a duplicitous move’ – Lacson LATEST STORIES Jake says relationship with Shaina ‘goes beyond physical attraction’ Riding high on a 13-game winning run, Lyceum coach Topex Robinson knows it will only get tougher from hereon for the Pirates in NCAA Season 93.The Pirates, who clinched a Final Four berth last week, try to move closer to an elimination-round sweep when they clash with the desperate Emilio Aguinaldo College Generals at 4 p.m. on Tuesday at Filoil Flying V Centre in San Juan.ADVERTISEMENT SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball PLAY LIST 05:02SEA Games 2019: Philippines clinches historic gold in women’s basketball06:27SEA Games 2019: No surprises as Gilas Pilipinas cruises to basketball gold02:43Philippines make clean sweep in Men’s and Women’s 3×3 Basketball02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award View comments
A group of madrasa students were assaulted and allegedly forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’ purportedly by right-wing activists in Unnao, resulting in at least four of them being injured, police said on Friday. The boys, all of them minors, were allegedly beaten with cricket stumps and bats, and also attacked with stones. “Almost all of them had their kurtas ripped by the miscreants,” said Naeem Miswahi, the imam of the Darul Uloom Faize Aam Madrasa. Around 10-12 boys of the madrasa were playing cricket at the Government Inter College grounds in Unnao on Thursday afternoon, their half-day, when four youth approached them and asked them to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’. When the boys refused, they were slapped and hit with the stumps, Mr. Miswahi said. The victims said their bats were then snatched and used to attack them by the miscreants, who then pelted stones as the madrasa students fled in panic. “When we did not chant [Jai] Shri Ram, they hit us more,” said one of the boys whose head was struck by a stone. A native of Mathura, he was also beaten up with a cricket bat, he said. Another boy hailing from Kanpur injured his foot, while one had his hand fractured in the assault. The miscreants also damaged the bicycle of another boy who was also injured, said Mr. Miswahi. An FIR was registered against four persons at the Kotwali police station in Unnao on charges of assault, voluntarily causing hurt, intentional insult with intent to provoke breach of peace and criminal intimidation. Circle Officer Umesh Tyagi said police were investigating the role of the accused persons and if they belonged to any right-wing group or political party. Three of the accused have been identified. Two persons have been detained for questioning, said Mr. Tyagi. After their detention, a large number of right-wing activists gathered outside the police station and demanded the release of the two persons. However, Mr. Tyagi did not wish to name any party or outfit. “We received an application on a simple piece of paper demanding the release of the persons. There was no organisation named on the letterhead,” said the officer. Unnao Superintendent of Police M.P Verma said the probe so far has not confirmed that the madrasa students were forced to chant ‘Jai Shri Ram’, but the incident is still being investigated.
zoomIllustration. Image Courtesy: Pixabay under CC0 Creative Commons license Miami-based cruise major Carnival Corporation has reached an agreement on an EUR 786 million (USD 920.7 million) financing with Germany’s KfW IPEX-Bank to fund the construction of a new cruise ship.To be built by Meyer Werft in Papenburg, the new cruise ship will feature a low-emission dual-fuel engine using liquefied natural gas (LNG) and marine diesel, and will normally run on LNG. The cruise ship, which is scheduled for delivery in May 2022, will be able to accommodate around 5,200 guests.KfW IPEX-Bank informed that it is handling the entire structuring of the financing and taking on the roles of book runner, initial mandated lead arranger (MLA), facility agent and export credit agency (ECA) agent. The plan is to syndicate up to 80 percent of the financing amount.“With this financing we are once again demonstrating our competence in arranging tailored financing for our customers in the cruise segment,” Andreas Ufer, Member of the Management Board of KfW IPEX-Bank, saud.“We are enabling our long-standing customer Carnival Corporation & plc, which placed the order with Meyer Werft Papenburg, one of the world’s leading cruise ship builders, to build a new flagship.”The financing has a term of 12 years from the date of delivery. It is backed by export credit insurance issued by the Federal Republic of Germany (Hermes cover) and encompasses the Commercial Interest Reference Rate (CIRR) for ships, which is determined by the Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development (OECD).
Paris: Serge Gnabry scored four second-half goals as Bayern Munich came from behind to hand last season’s runners-up Tottenham Hotspur a stunning 7-2 home defeat in the Champions League on Tuesday after Real Madrid escaped with a 2-2 draw against Club Brugge. There were routine wins for Manchester City, Paris Saint-Germain and Atletico Madrid, while Cristiano Ronaldo netted in a comfortable Juventus victory, but most of the drama was in north London. Also Read – We will push hard for Kabaddi”s inclusion in 2024 Olympics: Rijiju The evening started well for Spurs as Son Heung-min fired across Manuel Neuer and into the far corner to give Mauricio Pochettino’s team the lead against Bayern. However, the German champions came roaring back to leave Spurs on the receiving end of the biggest ever home defeat for an English team in Europe. It was the first time they had ever conceded seven goals in a home game. Two super strikes from Joshua Kimmich and Robert Lewandowski had Bayern ahead at the break and Gnabry, the former Arsenal winger, then scored two goals two minutes apart to make it four early in the second half. Also Read – Djokovic to debut against Shapovalov at Shanghai Masters Harry Kane reduced the arrears from the penalty spot, but Gnabry ran through to complete his hat-trick on 83 minutes and he smacked in the seventh goal after Lewandowski had netted his second of the evening. Gnabry is the first player to score four goals against English opposition since Lionel Messi achieved the same feat for Barcelona against Arsenal in 2010. The result means last season’s beaten finalists already face a struggle to qualify from Group B after they drew at Olympiakos in their opening game. The Greek club were beaten 3-1 at Red Star Belgrade on Tuesday despite Ruben Semedo giving them the lead as the second-half sending-off of Yassine Benzia for the visitors changed the game. Milos Vulic equalised for Red Star before late headers by Nemanja Milunovic and Richmond Boakye secured victory for the Serbian side, who go to Spurs next. Meanwhile, Manchester City beat Dinamo Zagreb 2-0 at the Etihad Stadium to make it two wins from two in Group C. Ilkay Gundogan hit the bar for Pep Guardiola’s team in the first half before Riyad Mahrez squared for Raheem Sterling to tap in the 66th-minute opener. Sterling then turned provider for Phil Foden to secure the points in stoppage time for City. – Casemiro rescues Real – ========================= In the same group, Israeli forward Manor Solomon netted the winner deep in injury time as Shakhtar Donetsk came from behind to beat Atalanta 2-1 in Milan. Duvan Zapata had given the Italian side a first-half lead after Josip Ilicic had a penalty saved, but Junior Moraes equalised for the Ukrainian champions prior to the break, before Solomon’s late heroics. In Madrid, record 13-time champions Real were 2-0 down at half-time at home to Club Brugge, for whom the Nigerian forward Emmanuel Dennis scored a first-half brace. But Zinedine Zidane’s team came storming back as Sergio Ramos headed in before Casemiro claimed a dramatic equaliser in the 85th minute, seconds after Ruud Vormer had been sent off for the visitors. It is a first point for Real in Group A, which is led by PSG. The French club, again missing the suspended Neymar, beat Galatasaray 1-0 in Istanbul thanks to Mauro Icardi’s second-half goal. – New Ronaldo landmark – ======================== Meanwhile, Gonzalo Higuain set Juventus on their way to a 3-0 win over Bayer Leverkusen in Turin before he set up Federico Bernardeschi to double their lead and Ronaldo completed the scoring late on. That strike means the 34-year-old Portuguese forward has now scored a Champions League goal against 33 different opponents, equalling a record set by Raul. Maurizio Sarri’s team share first place in Group D with Atletico, who ran out 2-0 winners away to Lokomotiv Moscow thanks to second-half goals by Joao Felix and Thomas Partey.