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South Korea’s trade minister drops bid to become WTO chief

first_imgSEOUL, South Korea (AP) — South Korea’s top trade official is dropping her bid to become the next director-general of the World Trade Organization, making it likely the job will go to former Nigerian finance minister Ngozi Okonjo-Iweala. South Korea’s Ministry of Trade, Industry and Energy said its minister for trade, Yoo Myung-hee, plans to tell the WTO she will withdraw her candidacy. Last October, the WTO announced Yoo and Okonjo-Iweala were the two finalists to become its next director-general, ensuring a woman will be in the top job for the first time.last_img

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Meet Pumbaa! Our Pet Of The Week

first_imgApp users, tap here to watch video.JAMESTOWN – In an effort to help animals find their forever home, WNYNewsNow is partnering with the Chautauqua County Humane Society to showcase animals part of our pet of the week segment.Meet Pumbaa, small a ten-year-old mixed breed dog who is looking for a good retirement home. Pumbaa is happy to just ‘go with the flow’ of life.To learn more about Pumbaa, or other residents of the shelter, contact the Chautauqua County Humane Society at (716) 665-2209 or visit chqhumane.org. CCHS Image. Share:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to email this to a friend (Opens in new window)last_img

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Andrew Rannells Dishes About Getting Naked & Yelling Show Tunes

first_img Star Files Andrew “The Gay Catholic from Omaha, Nebraska” Rannells is getting naked for your viewing pleasure. Yes, ma’am, the Tony nominee, who’ll be reprising his role as Elijah on the next episode of HBO’s Girls (airing February 16), stopped by Katie to talk about his return to the buzzy series and more. Rannells, who hasn’t been on Broadway since he ended his run as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon in 2012, told Katie Couric that he’s “anxious to do more theater.” He also previewed his upcoming New York Pops event with Stephanie J. Block at Carnegie Hall and joked about being the “accidental poster boy for Mormonism.” View Comments Stephanie J. Block Andrew Rannellslast_img

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Key Brand Entertainment Becomes John Gore Organization

first_img Key Brand Entertainment, the parent company of Broadway.com, has rebranded as the John Gore Organization, taking its new name from owner and theater producer John Gore. The company has also announced the launch of the John Gore Foundation.“Since acquiring 100% ownership, it felt like the right time to make this brand change,” Gore, who becomes CEO and Chairman, said of the new name. “Now I can continue to walk in the footsteps of giants by becoming a family company like Nederlander or Jujamcyn and establishing a dedicated charitable foundation like the Shubert Organization.”Upon launch, the Foundation will provide graduate students in theater, who are unable to afford tuition, the opportunity to complete their studies. It will also support additional theater-related needs on a case-by-case basis.The Organization’s executive team continues with seasoned industry veterans, including 2016 Special Tony Award recipient Miles Wilkin, who will now serve as Vice Chairman, and Lauren Reid, who will assume corporate responsibilities as Chief Operating Officer. The Board of Directors will continue to be led by Peter Schneider as Chairman of the Board with Tom Benson and Jin Yokoi as Directors of the Organization. Morihiro Kodama will continue in the position of special advisor.The John Gore Organization is the leading developer, producer, distributor and marketer of theater worldwide. In addition to Broadway.com, its companies include Broadway Across America, The Broadway Channel, Group Sales Box Office, BroadwayBox.com and Broadway Classroom. View Comments John Gorelast_img read more

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Mark Ballas Begins Performances in Jersey Boys

first_img Star Files View Comments Mark Ballas in ‘Jersey Boys'(Photo: Joan Marcus) Mark Ballas New Broadway.com vlogger Mark Ballas is the big man in town! The Dancing with the Stars vet will be the final actor to take on the iconic role of Frankie Valli in Broadway’s Jersey Boys when he begins performances on October 18. He replaces Dominic Scaglione Jr. in the production, which is scheduled to close on January 15, 2017 at the August Wilson Theatre.Ballas is a two-time champion and nine-time finalist of Dancing with the Stars; he earned a 2011 Emmy nod for his work on the show. U.K. stage credits include Buddy—The Buddy Holly Story, Copacabana, Jesus Christ Superstar and Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.Jersey Boys tells the story of how Frankie Valli and The Four Seasons went from being unknown New Jersey kids to international pop superstars. The show features over 30 hit songs, including “Sherry,” “Big Girls Don’t Cry” and “Can’t Take My Eyes Off You.”The Great White Way production also currently stars Richard H. Blake as Tommy DeVito, Quinn VanAntwerp as Bob Gaudio and Matt Bogart as Nick Massi. Mauricio Pérez will play the role of Frankie Valli at Wednesday evening and Saturday matinee performances.last_img read more

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Snelling Center for Government Is Announces Vermont Leadership Institute Class of 2009

first_imgSnelling Center for Government Is Announces Vermont Leadership Institute Class of 2009September 4, 2008 – – The Snelling Center for Government is pleased to announce the members of the 2009 Vermont Leadership Institute. VLI recruits Vermont’s best and brightest from the private, public, and non-profit sectors, creating lasting networks to benefit Vermont. The members of this year’s class include:Melvin Adams, VT Agency of Transportation; Tracy Bach, Vermont Law School; Mark Blanchard, Springfield Hospital; Emily Boedecker, The Nature Conservancy; Rob Chapman, Vermont Community Access Media, Inc.; Judith Cohen, UVM, College of Nursing and Health Sciences; Ethan Dezotelle, County Courier / Franklin County Northeast Supervisory Union; Don George, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Vermont; Carlos Haase, South End Arts and Business Association; Sally Hayes, C.P. Smith Elementary School; Paul Hochanadel, Spectrum Youth and Family Services; Dorigen Keeney, VT Campaign to End Childhood Hunger; C.J. Knudsen, Vermont Lake Monsters; Mark Latham, Vermont Law School; Jenepher Lingelbach, South Royalton; William Morison, Community College of Vermont; Mary Morris, Green Mountain Power; Emma Mulvaney-Stanak, Vermont-National Education Association; Jeffrey Padgett, Engineered Solutions, Inc.; Karen Shea, VT Department for Children and Families; Joe Speidel, UVM, Office of Federal, State, and Community Relations; Stacy Theberge,Vermont College of Fine Arts; June Tierney, VT Public Service Board; Sarah Waring, Vermont Council on Rural Development.Beginning this September, VLI associates will be participating in an intensive program, consisting of eight overnight sessions, totaling eighteen seminar days between now and June. Each session is held in a different region of the state to convey a sense of Vermont’s rich historic, geographic, and cultural diversity. During their VLI experience, associates will engage in intensive assessment and self-reflection, study ethics and systems thinking and become immersed in some of the most important issues facing Vermont. Through this experience, associates are inspired to participate in public service, take thoughtful action within the public sector, and work effectively with other Vermont citizens to bring about positive change.Since the Vermont Leadership Institute started in 1995, over three hundred leaders from Vermont’s private, public, and non-profit sectors have completed the program. These alumni are making a difference in Vermont-leading innovative businesses, serving in the legislature and state government, creating award-winning non-profits, and volunteering in their communities.To learn more about the Vermont Leadership Institute, including the 2009 associates, please visit www.snellingcenter.org(link is external) or call Susan McCormack, Director of Leadership Development at 802.859.3090.The Snelling Center for Government is a non-partisan, non-profit organization committed to fostering responsible and ethical leadership, encouraging public service by private citizens, and promoting informed citizen participation in shaping public policy in Vermont. For more information, please visit our Web site at www.snellingcenter.org(link is external).last_img read more

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Peru Extends State Of Emergency In Andean Regions

first_imgBy Dialogo November 08, 2011 The Peruvian government said on November 7 it had issued a 60-day extension of a state of emergency in several towns in the central Andean regions prone to outbursts of political violence. Ayacucho, Cusco, Huancavelica and Junin are home to remnants of the Shining Path guerrilla movement, especially active in Ayacucho in the 1980s before they were beaten back in the mid-1990s. A state of emergency has been in effect in those areas for two years as government forces battle the guerrillas and drug traffickers. A decree published in the official gazette said the extension had been in effect from November 1 in the towns of Huanta and La Mar in the Ayacucho region, and in Tayacaja province in Huancavelica. Districts in the Cusco and Junin regions were also affected. “Conditions persist contrary to domestic law that is affecting the normal development of the population,” the decree read. A separate state of emergency has been in effect since mid-September in parts of the Amazon region, amid strikes and protests by coca growers who complain of “forced eradication” of their crops. The government says the 60-day emergency there aims to “protect the population” from trafficking groups profiting from illegal coca cultivation, and from remnants of the Shining Path. The crackdown comes after the government of President Ollanta Humala vowed to resume a coca eradication program it had earlier suspended.last_img read more

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CDC awards funds for new pandemic planning approaches

first_imgSep 25, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – The US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) yesterday announced the awarding of $24 million to fund state and local projects aimed at innovative approaches to boost the nation’s readiness for an influenza pandemic.The 1-year grants will fund 55 projects in 29 state and local health departments, according to a CDC press release. The $24 million award pool is part of $600 million in Public Health Emergency Preparedness (PHEP) Cooperative Agreement funding approved by Congress in 2006.Richard Besser, MD, director of the CDC’s Coordinating Center for Terrorism Preparedness and Emergency Response, said in the statement, “What is learned from these projects can benefit everyone, because it could improve national, regional, and local public health detection and response to a pandemic involving influenza.”The 55 projects were selected from 184 funding applications, the CDC said. Eligibility was limited to 62 state, local, and territorial public health departments that receive funding through PHEP cooperative agreements. Recipients have 1 year from Sep 30 to complete the projects.The recipients’ pandemic preparedness projects focus on seven main areas:Public engagement during public health decision-makingElectronic exchange of laboratory data to improve influenza pandemic monitoringIntegration of state immunization information systems to track countermeasure distributionDevelopment of statewide electronic death reporting systems that are compatible with the Public Health Information NetworkCoordination among healthcare providers to deliver essential servicesInterventions to promote preparedness among vulnerable populationsDistribution of antiviral drugs to people who stay in their homes as a social distancing measureStatewide totals for the awards range from $144,000 for projects in Ohio that address one of the focus areas to more than $2 million for Minnesota efforts that address five of the areas.The CDC said the $24 million is part of $600 million in PHEP supplemental funding that was distributed in three phases beginning in 2006. The agency said the funding focus has been “practical, community-based procedures that could prevent or delay the spread of an influenza pandemic.”Rich Hamburg, director of governmental relations for Trust for America’s Health (TFAH), a nonprofit health advocacy group based in Washington, DC, told CIDRAP News that the projects are appealing because they’re geared toward sharing ideas with a quick research turnaround. “This is a key piece on CDC’s end,” he said.However, Hamburg said the $24 million in grants represents the final installment of pandemic planning support to states and localities from the fiscal year 2006 PHEP funding.”The last of the money is going out the door for state and local pandemic planning. The well has dried up,” he said. Compounding TFAH’s ongoing concern about federal support for pandemic planning is that all-hazards preparedness funding has been shrinking over the past few years, Hamburg added.Of the $7 billion in total pandemic preparedness funding over the past 3 years, about $870 million remains for measures such as vaccine research and development, he said. “But whatever advocacy we do—and vaccines and antivirals are important—we need to talk about other things, too. We need more resources,” Hamburg said.See also:Sep 24 CDC press releaselast_img read more

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Valencia fan spits at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal star’s hat-trick celebrations

first_img Read More Video Settings Valencia could not handle Aubameyang in the second leg of the semi-final (Picture: Getty)After heartbreak at the semi-final stage of last season’s tournament, Aubameyang insisted Arsenal had learned from their errors.He said: ‘We have learned from last season and this year we didn’t make the same mistakes. Now we are through to the final.’Lacazette was also on the scoresheet for Arsenal and the Frenchman heaped praise on his fellow striker after the victory over Valencia.‘We reacted well to going behind and we knew we had to score a minimum of one goal tonight,’ he said. Manchester United captain Harry Maguire SPONSORED Comment by Metro 1/1 Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling 1 min. story Skip Full Screen Read More About Connatix V67539 Metro Sport ReporterThursday 9 May 2019 10:21 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link424Shares Skip Adcenter_img PLAY Lacazette praised his striker partner (Picture: Getty)‘Auba was unbelievable tonight with an incredible hat-trick, so thanks to him.‘We have played badly in Premier League during the last month and now we have to use this opportunity.‘We want to play in the Champions League next season and we want the trophy.’MORE: Mesut Ozil shushes Valencia fans after abuse from home supporters for time wasting Advertisement Aubameyang scored three in an impressive win (Picture: Getty)As Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang celebrated a brilliant hat-trick for Arsenal in the Europa League, a furious Valencia fan appeared to spit at the striker.Arsenal blew Valencia away in the second leg of the semi-final with Aubameyang scoring three times in a 4-2 win for the Gunners in Spain.Aubameyang and Alexandre Lacazette were superb up front for Arsenal as Valencia tried, and failed, to stage a comeback after losing the first leg 3-1 at the Emirates.A thunderbolt finish in the 88th minute complete Aubameyang’s hat-trick, but there were ugly scenes during the celebrations due to one Valencia fan’s actions in the crowd.ADVERTISEMENT Read More AdvertisementAdvertisementTV cameras picked up one supporter aiming a spit ball at Aubameyang, although it didn’t have the legs to reach the pitch.While Valencia lick their wounds after being put to the sword by Arsenal, the Gunners can look forward to the Europa League final at the end of the month.Arsenal failed to qualify for the Champions League through the Premier League, but can still book their place in next season’s competition by winning the Europa League. / Coming Next Top articles Valencia fan spits at Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang during Arsenal star’s hat-trick celebrations Read More Read More Advertisement Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE last_img read more

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