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Panama Reverses: North Korean Crew Not Freed

At least 400 people were killed after Barcelona-based Rasfer imported 9,000 litres of glycerin from China, and then sent it on to Panama where it was used to make sugar-free syrup expectorant for hypertension and diabetes, widely distributed in the public health system. The syrup was contaminated with diethylene glycol, an industrial product not designed for human consumption. "I want to ask your forgiveness in the name of the Panamanian state," Martinelli said at a ceremony where click he officially delivered life-long benefits to survivors. Nothing that any of us can say could possibly make up for the loss of one human life," he stressed. "Let us hope that this kind if incident, and mass homicide, never happens again," Martinelli said. A victims' spokesman, Gabriel Pascual, said families still were seeking justice. "We want justice in the legal system now," he said. <br>More: http://www.saharasamay.com/world-news/676543594/panama-president-apologises-over-2006-drug-tragedy.html

That is the toll from the typhoon that hit the central Philippines November 8. VOA Correspondent Steve Herman in Manila reports on how the government and international agencies are activating the recovery and reconstruction process. Video Philippines Typhoon Aid Begins Transition to Long Term Recovery Thirteen million people affected. Four million of them displaced, with one million homes destroyed. Two-and-a-half million individuals in need of food aid. <br>More: >http://www.voanews.com/content/panama-to-free-n-korean-sailors/1799288.html/panama-to-free-n-korean-sailors/1799288.html]content

Credit: Reuters/Carlos Jasso PANAMA CITY (Reuters) - Panama is freeing most of the 35 North Korean crew members it detained more than four months ago for smuggling Cuban weapons aboard a ship, a senior government official said on Wednesday. Tomas Cabal, head of the anti-terrorism section of Panama's Foreign Ministry, said 32 of the crew of the Chong Chon Gang would be freed and should leave the country by Thursday. The three most senior members, including the captain, still face charges of threatening Panama's security by seeking to move undeclared weapons through the Panama Canal. Cabal said the attorney general's office had informed him the paperwork to free the crew had been processed. However, the state prosecutor for organized crime, Nathaniel Murgas, later told reporters that his office was still analyzing the North Korean authorities' request to release the men. <br>More: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/28/us-panama-northkorea-idUSBRE9AQ13X20131128?feedType=RSS

North Korea agrees fine with Panama for ship's release

Zero stress. Its a constant refrain in Panama City, where I now live. It refers to the idea that hiccups are meant to be taken in stride. That if both sides remain calm, all will be well. That theres no need to "stress out." Take the other day for example. Id ordered a few hundred photocopies, but when I went to pick them up I realized Id left my wallet at home. <br>More: http://internationalliving.com/2013/11/zero-stress-lifestyle-panama/

The ship, Chong Chon Gang, was traveling from Cuba to North Korea when it was seized in the canal July 15 based on intelligence that it might be carrying drugs. Though the manifest listed only the sugar, crews unloading the North Korean-flagged ship found planes, missiles and live munitions on board. Cuba's Foreign Ministry acknowledged the military equipment belonged to the Caribbean nation, but said it was being sent to be repaired and then returned to the island. It said the 240 metric tons of weaponry consisted of two Volga and Pechora anti-aircraft missile systems, nine missiles "in parts and spares," two MiG-21 Bis and 15 engines for those airplanes. It never mentioned the live munitions and has yet to comment to about them. North Korea claimed it had a legitimate contract to overhaul aging weapons to be sent back to Cuba. Panamanian officials say the ship carried two Cuban fighter jets in perfect condition, contradicting Cuba's explanation that the cargo included "obsolete defensive weapons." A U.N. <br>More: http://abcnews.go.com/International/wireStory/panama-liberate-north-korean-ship-crew-21029671

Thurman Chambers saidit's just the first step to helping those who need it. "A meal is just where it starts. When they come in, they see the love that is here, that's around our people." "I drive by the Rescue Mission every day on my way to the office, andI want to be involved in my community, so as a new member of the community,I want to be involved in participating and hopefully make a difference in the culture," said Grant Powell. Heand his wife just moved to Bay County and wanted to volunteer. Volunteers of all ages came to serve overflowing plates of food, share a friendly http://www.journalhome.com/benrdvy/779218/calientie-bianca-balti-muy-de-moda-s-el-26-de-octubre.html conversation, and personal stories. <br>More: http://www.wmbb.com/story/24093468/panama-city-rescue-mission-serves-thanksgiving-dinner

But Julio Berrios, a lawyer for the crew, said a reduced fine of $670,000 had been agreed Panama between local officials and a North Korean delegation who traveled to Panama to resolve the issue. "It has been decided to pay the fine within the next 15 days," said Berrios, noting that three North Korean diplomats were making arrangements to obtain the money and settle the matter with the Panama Canal Authority. Berrios said the future of the crew remains uncertain because Panama is using them to exert pressure for payment of the fine. "They will not release the crew while the payment is not made," Chiriqui the lawyer added. Panama's foreign ministry said Wednesday it would release 32 of the 35 sailors upon payment of the fine. <br>More: http://www.channelnewsasia.com/news/asiapacific/north-korea-agrees-fine/904882.html

Thursday, 28-Nov-2013 20:38 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Nurse Killed In Stabbing Rampage At Texas Medical Center

free The convictions in Texas were part of a national trend in the see here 1980s and early 1990s triggered by sensational accusations of satanic rituals and the sexual abuse of hundreds of children at a California preschool in what was known as the McMartin case. Daytime talk show hosts stoked the fire with segments describing horrors inflicted upon children at daycare. Between 1984 to 1989, some 100 people nationwide were charged with ritual sex abuse and 50 were put on trial, according to Debbie Nathan of the National Center for Reason and Justice, which works to free those wrongly imprisoned. Many have since questioned a number of the cases, which they said were based on faulty testimony coaxed out of children from purported experts on recovered memories and backed by dubious medical testimony on signs of sexual abuse. Most of the charges were dismissed in the McMartin case. <br>Read more: http://www.reuters.com/article/2013/11/27/us-usa-texas-release-idUSBRE9AQ13R20131127?feedType=RSS&virtualBrandChannel=11563

But hell certainly take the effort he got from the Red Raiders Tuesday night in the consolation game of the Legends Classic at Barclays Center. One night after taking a drubbing from Pittsburgh in the opening round, the Red Raiders rebounded behind Jaye Crocketts 16 points and 12 rebounds and Toddrick Gotchers 16 points and four assists in a 76-64 victory over Houston. Coming from (Monday), we just wanted to come here and get a win, Crockett said. It was a horrible loss, and we just wanted to put that behind us and come out and end on a positive note going back home. Smith, who is now 16 seasons removed from his national championship season at Kentucky, is Techs fourth coach in as many seasons. Pat Knight, who was the hand-picked successor of his father, Bob, went 50-61. Billy Gillispie had to resign due to medical issues before his second season and his assistant Chris Walker coached out last season for him. <br>Read more: tape href='http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/college/texas-tech-redeems-legends-classic-article-1.1530504&#39; >http://www.nydailynews.com/sports/college/texas-tech-redeems-legends-classic-article-1.1530504</a>

That's why I love this team. I love the way they're playing. I love their hearts because we haven't given up. They know they had Texas-sized standards to live up to in their careers. When a program bottoms out the way the Longhorns did in 2010, everything achieved since has reference been in the commitment to getting back on top. There have been high points along the way, but it all seemed to be building toward 2013. Brown believed Texas had a chance to win every game this season. <br>Read more: http://espn.go.com/blog/big12/post/_/id/76564/texas-seniors-endured-tough-run-rebuild

The SEC had the most players selected in the 2013 NFL draft. Recruits see this, and they want to play against the top competition and where they will have the best shot of making the NFL. This has resulted in the SEC dominating the recruiting rankings. Whether you trust in the rankings or not, the fact that so many SEC programs are getting their top choices at each position has to be a good sign. With the advent of the SEC Network in 2014, the SEC program will receive even more television revenue. This will result in the SEC programs having more money to hire the top coaches and build the best facilities. All this means that if you are a member of the SEC, you do not necessarily have to win the league to qualify for the NCAA's four-team playoff. If you coach at A&M, you can have one loss on your record and still make the playoffs. <br>Read more: http://bleacherreport.com/articles/1866840-texas-am-football-5-reasons-kevin-sumlin-is-going-to-stay

Surveillance video was being reviewed by the hospital's security team and would be turned over to police, said Kenny Jernigan, Good Shepherd's security director. Good Shepherd Medical Center is a 425-bed acute-care hospital about 120 miles southeast of Dallas. All surgeries scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday were postponed and were being rescheduled, Altmiller said. SHARE 3067 CONNECT 92 TWEET 68 COMMENTEMAILMORE Copyright 2013 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. <br>Read more: http://www.usatoday.com/story/news/nation/2013/11/26/texas-nurse-stabbing/3759885/

He emailed his counterpart at Stratford about his plan to let Hearn have one play. Stratford coach Eddie Metcalf went for it. But with the Stratford Elks working on a shutout, Correll thought Metcalf might not want to spoil the accomplishment for his defense. During a meeting at midfield, Correll suggested just allowing Hearn to pick up a first down. But Metcalf insisted he take it all the way to the end zone. Just let the boy go, he told Correll. <br>Read more: http://www.washingtonpost.com/national/health-science/west-texas-teen-who-survived-2-strokes-scores-td/2013/11/28/78728b8a-5858-11e3-bdbf-097ab2a3dc2b_story.html

Thursday, 28-Nov-2013 17:03 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Importance Of Weight Training For Weight Loss

Doing only cardio or aerobic workouts for weight loss is a big mistake. Here is why weight training is important for weight loss. Weight training is not only for bodybuilders or to build muscle mass, read this but a great way to lose weight. Weight training for weight loss is 5th World Bodybuilding And Physique Championships Results associated with the term 'muscle burns fat'. This implies that weight training induces weight loss, when stored fat is used as energy to exercise the muscles. Unlike cardio or aerobic workouts, weight training increases metabolism which induces fat loss even after your workout. Plus after weight training your body also needs oxygen at a higher rate. <br>Full story: http://timesofindia.indiatimes.com/life-style/health-fitness/fitness/Importance-of-weight-training-for-weight-loss/articleshow/25495691.cms

Thursday, 28-Nov-2013 12:50 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Obama Approval Higher Than Bush, But Lower Than Clinton, Reagan

Bush targeted working immigrants by raiding workplaces, Obama is focusing on convicted criminals and "egregious" immigration violators, including recent border crossers and illegal re-entrants. Immigration and Customs Enforcement said 55% of people deported last year were convicted criminals. Richard A. Boswell, immigration law professor at the University of California's Hastings College of the Law, said the President is "partially correct." It's called prosecutorial discretion. The executive branch has go to website the "inherent power to choose which cases to act on," Boswell said. Think of the police. They can theoretically give someone driving four miles over the speed limit a ticket, but the police officer also has the ability to use discretion to give a warning instead. <br>More: http://www.cnn.com/2013/11/26/politics/obama-deportations-immigration/index.html

more information When we gather around the table, we follow the example of the Pilgrims and Wampanoags, who shared the fruits of a successful harvest nearly 400 years ago. "When we offer our thanks, we mirror those who set aside a day of prayer. And when we join with friends and neighbors to alleviate suffering and make our communities whole, we honor the spirit of President Abraham Lincoln, who called on his fellow citizens to 'fervently implore the interposition of the Almighty hand to heal the wounds of the nation, and to restore it, as soon as may be consistent with the Divine purposes, to the full enjoyment of peace, harmony, tranquility, and union.' "Our country has always been home to Americans who recognize the importance of giving back. Today, we honor all those serving our Nation far from home. We also thank the first responders and medical professionals who work through the holiday to keep us safe, and we acknowledge the volunteers who dedicate this day to those less fortunate. "This Thanksgiving Day, let us forge deeper connections with our loved ones. <br>More: http://www.usatoday.com/story/theoval/2013/11/27/obama-annual-thanksgiving-proclamation/3764677/

Popcorn's victory, Obama said, proves "that even a turkey with a funny name can find a place in politics." As for Caramel, "he's sticking around and he's already busy raising money for his next campaign," the president said. The turkeys will be on display at George Washington's Mount Vernon Estate and Gardens through Jan. 6. Presidents have spared turkeys off and on as far back as the Lincoln era, according to the White House. The first official pardon was granted by President George H.W. Bush. <br>More: http://abcnews.go.com/Health/wireStory/obama-pardons-turkeys-part-annual-rite-21034056

Earlier this week, President Obama was challenged for not being more persuasive in enacting reform when a heckler rattled the President during his speech in California on Monday. Obama did give a http://annquipoeyzm.sosblogs.com/The-first-blog-b1/Kim-Kardashian-Has-girls-Day-With-North-Lala-Anthony-Shares-Adorable-New-Photo-b1-p33.htm shout-out to the activists: "I want them to know we hear you. We're with you. The whole country hears you," he said in reference to the group during his speech in San Francisco, as he called on the Republican led House of Representatives to move forward on comprehensive immigration legilsation passed by the Senate. RELATED: PRESIDENT OBAMA INTERRUPTED BY HECKLERS DURING SAN FRANCISCO IMMIGRATION SPEECH Manuel Balce Ceneta/ASSOCIATED PRESS The Kim Kardashian group, Fasting for Families, has set up tents on the National Mall and are abstaining from eating any food in an attempt to push Congress to pass immigration reform. The Fast for Families movement has abstained from all food since Nov. <br>More: http://www.nydailynews.com/news/politics/michelle-obama-tweets-support-immigration-activists-article-1.1530939

Bob Menendez (D-NJ) harshly upbraided Obama Treasury Department official David Cohen for testifying against new sanctions in contravention of a private deal between Menendez and the administration. At your request, we engaged in an effort to come to a bipartisan agreement, Menendez raged. And now you come here and vitiate that very agreement by testifying against it. I find it pretty outrageous. Obama didnt like resource the sanctions because he believes maintaining a posture of confrontation is counterproductive. We have sought a new era of engagement with the world, he said at the United Nations in September 2009. <br>More: http://nypost.com/2013/11/27/obama-is-serious-about-his-bad-ideas/

Obama is serious about his (bad) ideas

The latest CNN Poll of Polls was released Thursday and is an average of five non-partisan, live operator, national surveys of the President's approval rating conducted over the past two weeks. They include Gallup's daily tracking poll (Nov. 24-26); CNN/ORC International (Nov. 18-20); American Research Group (Nov. 17-20); CBS News (Nov. <br>More: http://politicalticker.blogs.cnn.com/2013/11/28/obama-approval-higher-than-bush-but-lower-than-clinton-reagan/

Wednesday, 27-Nov-2013 06:52 Email | Share | | Bookmark
Britney Spears Opens Up About Boyfriend David Lucado: "i'm In Lo

In a new interview with Entertainment Tonight , airing Tuesday, Nov. 26, the 31-year-old pop star free opens Cougar Stars In La Role Living Near Hollywood Sign up about her relationship with her Southern-born beau. "I'm in love," she tells Rob Marciano of Lucado. "I like the fact that he's very stubborn and he's stuck in his ways. He's just a simple man. I adore him. He's really funny celebrity gossip and he's really passionate. <br>Full story: http://tv.yahoo.com/news/britney-spears-opens-boyfriend-david-lucado-im-love-005000686-us-weekly.html?pt=BureoF2GVB

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