In a clear, logical, almost unarguable way, Mr. Barr laid out the connection between national immorality and national decline. This man has been out to get Mr. Trump from day one. This is someone who had already swung at Mr. Trump and missed—a man with a clear vendetta. In his March-April 2004 Trumpet cover article titled “The Deadly Left-Wing Media,” Mr. “Britain was facing its worst crisis ever, and this state-funded corporation rejected his strong warning about Germany,” wrote Mr.
November 21, 2019 06:00 UTC
The superstar was influential for the Fennecs in as they conquered the continent, and has maintained his fine form with an excellent showing in the North Africans’ 5-0 demolition of Zambia. Bounedjah scored twice, including a 68th-minute penalty, as he continued to demonstrate the qualities that have made him such a scoring sensation in . The attacker’ fine form for the national side—he now has 16 goals—has prompted Algeria fans to respond with ridicule to suggestions that Karim Benzema might make an unlikely—and implausible—switch to represent the land of his origins!
November 21, 2019 02:15 UTC
75 years agoNovember 21, 1944Grant Todd, who saw “all hell break loose” in North Africa Sicily and at Salerno, has settled down on a little ranch near Artic to raise turkeys. Each box contains a fruit cake, candy, a copy of the Aberdeen World, a souvenir from the National Bank of Commerce, and a letter from the people of Aberdeen signed by Mayor Walter Foelkner. 50 years agoNovember 21, 1969The prospect of rain and slippery footing at Olympic Stadium tonight failed to dampen the eagerness today of the state’s top pair of junior college grid squads. Grays Harbor College and Spokane JC collide tonight for the championship of the Washington State Junior College Conference. November 22, 1969Saturday, no newspaper published25 years agoNovember 21, 1994Next to the Willapa Veterinary Service along Highway 101, a concrete foundation is now being laid.
November 21, 2019 00:45 UTC
If it wasn’t enough that each has received enough Street Support over the last three months to achieve a “Strong Buy” consensus rating, all of the names boast impressive upside potential. 11 Buy ratings and 3 Holds assigned in the last three months amount to a ‘Strong Buy’ ranking. Additionally, the $109 average price target brings the upside potential to 40%. With 7 Buys and 1 Hold, the consensus among analysts is that the biotech name is a ‘Strong Buy.’ Its $204 average price target implies 35% upside potential from today's closing price. With 4 Buys received in the last three months compared to no Holds or Sells, the message is clear: NGM is a ‘Strong Buy’.
November 20, 2019 23:20 UTC
Speaking at the event, former Los Angeles Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa read the Proclamation of the Morocco Day on November 19 in Los Angeles in recognition of the commitment of Moroccan monarchs to tolerance and peace. The Mayor, afterwards, handed the princess the Proclamation of the California State Assembly and Senate decreeing November 19 “Morocco Day”. The Day honors Morocco as the only country in the region where Jewish culture and heritage has its own museum. Born in Ouazzane and living in Los Angeles for more than 45 years, Rabbi Joshua Bittan was also decorated by the Princess with a Royal distinction. Albert Ifrah, president of the Habanim Sephardic congregation, and David Suissa, editor-in-chief of the Los Angeles Jewish Journal, also spoke at the event expressing pride at their Moroccan heritage.
November 20, 2019 23:15 UTC
Morocco’s high-speed train link between Casablanca and Tangier has proved skeptics wrong as it attracted 2.5 million people in a year after its launch, head of state-owned rail operator ONCF Mohamed Rabii Lakhlie said, noting that basic rail service has been used by 15 million passengers in a year. ONCF said the high-speed connection is a boon for social and economic development in Morocco making travel between Casablanca and Tangier easier and shorter at affordable prices. The high-speed train, known locally by its French acronym TGV, can reach a peak speed of up to 357 km per hour between Tangier and Kenitra but has to run by normal speed from Kenitra to Casablanca, Khlie said. The high-speed rail would be extended to Marrakech and then to Agadir, he said. The high-speed train services cut traffic by 600,000 cars and 58,400 bus trips annually helping curb road accidents.
November 20, 2019 23:03 UTC
(Image: supplied)A film about a decorated World War II pilot from the Caribbean, a lawyer, and then a man integral to independence on the African continent, is a headliner at the Joburg International Film Festival. In her case, however, displaying them has also been an effort to reclaim a history that, too often, has been rubbed out by the more usual, dominant colonial historical storyline of South Africa. Solomon observes that for Caribbean persons not used to seeing the Caribbean world as something deeply connected to Africa’s emerging modern story, a film like this is a link to the larger forces of global events. The response to her film, black versus white, has been strikingly different. Of that film, Solomon asks, can someone make a film about the black experience who is not black themselves?
November 20, 2019 21:56 UTC
Let’s assume that the first Europeans to land at South Africa arrived in the year 1497, or between the year 1497 and the year 1502. They arrived to find local South Africans. That is people who were already inhabitants of present-day South Africa. Not even that which would have linked the economies of South Africa with the economies of East Africa. The encountered sophisticated trading economies in both of these territories, and for the most part failed to do anything other than trade with the locals.
November 20, 2019 20:26 UTC
started the 2021 qualifying campaign as they ended the 2019 tournament, in rampant style, dispatching Zambia 5-0 with a four-goal flurry in the second half. They followed that up with a 1-0 victory against a tenacious—and somewhat cynical—Botswana side in Gaborone, with Youcef Belaili scoring the only goal of the game to complete a fairly flawless international weekend. Algeria end 2019 unbeaten—a superb record—and will look back on one of the finest years in the nation’s footballing history. Algeria started the 2021 qualifying campaign as they ended the 2019 tournament, in rampant style, dispatching Zambia 5-0 with a four-goal flurry in the second half. Algeria end 2019 unbeaten—a superb record—and will look back on one of the finest years in the nation’s footballing history.
November 20, 2019 19:52 UTC
Here, seven new LIG climate models are compared to the first global database of proxies for LIG precipitation. The models can reproduce the proxy-based positive precipitation anomalies from the preindustrial period over much of the boreal continents. In models, LIG boreal monsoons have 42% wider area than in the preindustrial and produce 55% more precipitation and 50% more extreme precipitation. We compiled the existing empirical evidence from studies covering decades of geological fieldwork into the first LIG precipitation database. Average monsoon precipitation and extreme monsoon precipitation decrease by 26 and 17%, respectively.
November 20, 2019 18:56 UTC
Screenwriter and producer of Harriet – a movie based on the life of Harriet Tubman – said Julia Roberts, a white woman was suggested to portray the charismatic and fearless slave turned abolitionist by one Hollywood studio executive 25 years ago. Gregory Allen Howard told Harriet studio Focus Features “the climate in Hollywood … was very different” some 25 years ago. Let’s get Julia Roberts to play Harriet Tubman,’” Allen said. “When someone pointed out that Roberts couldn’t be Harriet, the executive responded, ‘It was so long ago. Harriet Tubman, 1911 via WikipediaWhat history does agree on, however, is that, for eight years, she was an instrumental proponent of hope and freedom for the enslaved.
November 20, 2019 18:56 UTC
They all credit their achievements to the support, education and assistance of World ORT in helping them realize their potential.In September 1959, Jacques Levy, a native of Casablanca, who had previously earned a technical degree from the World ORT school in Ain Sebaa, one of Casablanca’s eastern suburbs, arrived at the World ORT Central Institute in Anières, a small town located near Geneva, Switzerland. Thirty-two students from Tunisia, Morocco, Algeria, Israel, Iran, Greece and France arrived that fall for the four-year program. Levy thoroughly enjoyed the World ORT experience in Geneva, from the excellent kosher kitchen, to the school’s extensive library and high level of instruction. In addition to his engineering skills, Levy became a skilled public speaker, and wrote books on both public speaking as well as technical building management.“World ORT opened my eyes to the world,” says Levy, now 77, who today serves as the president of the Anières Alumni Association of World ORT, and lives in Zurich, near his children and grandchildren. However, the help that they received from World ORT in unlocking their potential makes them truly three of a kind.This article was written in cooperation with World ORT.
November 20, 2019 18:45 UTC
The Speaker and Members of the Regional Parliament of the Basque Country have vigorously denounced, Wednesday in Vitoria Gasteiz, the serious violations of human rights perpetrated by the Polisario against the Sahrawi populations sequestered in the Tindouf camps. This came at a meeting held at the headquarters of the Basque Regional Parliament with visiting civil society activists from Morocco’s southern provinces. The delegation members, all victims of abuses they suffered in polisario jails, exposed their cases and those of their families and relatives, showing photographs and documents evidencing the ordeal they went through. Members of the Regional Parliament’s Human Rights Committee, Gloria Sanchez Martin and Miren Gallastegui Oyarzabal, welcomed the visit by the Moroccan delegation as it allowed them to get firsthand information on the serious human rights abuses and crimes committed by the Polisario. The MPs from the Basque Socialist Party (PES) group strongly condemned the multiple forms of psychic and physical abuses committed against the sequestered populations that are denied their most basic rights.
November 20, 2019 18:00 UTC
In recent months, the old debate over Germany’s foreign policy responsibilities has intensified in European capitals and across the country itself. This is why UN Special Envoy Ghassan Salamé decided to seek Germany’s assistance in mediating discussions on ending the war. Moreover, the Libyan conflict is too complicated for her to achieve quick gains – and there is a real possibility that the political process could collapse. And, since 2017, Merkel’s key foreign policy adviser in the chancellery has been Jan Hecker, who formerly advised her on migration. It should also pressure him to articulate a political proposal that could gain support from a wide range of Libyans.
November 20, 2019 17:15 UTC
Versions francaiseOped and opinion by Arezki Daoud | 20 November 2019: The Algerian regime has been working hard to show an image of a normal country that is preparing anormal presidential election. Recently, they have convinced Facebook to close down pages of people who are critical to the Algerian regime. Why Algerian generals are so focused on preventing democracy for their people? To achieve that, France needs its foot soldiers, namely the Algerian generals, and France has an incredibly wealthy financier, the United Arab Emirates. General Gaid Salah cannot even climb one set of stairs without an army of doctors with him to keep him alive.
November 20, 2019 16:47 UTC