Rabat – Three Moroccan universities were allegedly involved in diploma trafficking and corruption in 2016, according to a draft report by the Court of Auditors.The three universities involved are the Mohammed V university in Rabat, Abdelmalek Essaâdi in Tangier-Tétouan and Hassan I in Settat.Faced with a race against time to prepare their responses to the accusations before the court of auditors, the presidents of the three universities have all opted to refrain from taking summer vacations. The three officials and their close associates are obliged to reply to the observations and remarks, made by the judges of the Court of Auditors in the 2016 draft report, within the prescribed time-limits.In its weekend edition, Akhbar Al Youm explained that the three universities were delivering university degrees in return for various sums of money as evidenced by the registration of a number of students in their faculties who did not have baccalaureate degrees. It added that “these are very serious charges.”Corruption in the university system does not end with the universities’ presidents. A number of professors were also engaged in fraud, offering their services to students in exchange for money, added the daily.“This is damaging to the image of the Moroccan University which is already suffering from several dysfunctions,” said the newspaper.The corruption within the education system has a momentous impact on the performance and quality of the education provided to students, leading graduates to be unable to enter the labor market effectively.Instances of administrative failure within the education system are becoming recurrent.Recently, the Ministry of Education suspended seven national education officials from performing their tasks and froze their pay, over allegations they had embezzled funds from the failed 2009-2012 education emergency plan.
NICOSIA, Cyprus — Turkey’s foreign minister says his country will begin a search for natural gas in waters off neighbouring Cyprus after it takes delivery of a second drillship next month.Mevlut Cavusoglu says exploratory drilling will proceed inside zones where authorities in the breakaway, Turkish Cypriot northern part of ethnically divided Cyprus have licensed Turkey to search for hydrocarbons.Cavusoglu says Turkey will defend Turkish Cypriot rights to Cyprus’ natural resources as long as Greek Cypriots refuse to share them right away.Cavusoglu was speaking Friday after talks with Turkish Cypriot leader Mustafa Akinci.Cyprus’ government says it has full international backing for its sovereign right to exploit the island’s natural resources. It says any proceeds from gas discoveries will be shared equitably with Turkish Cypriots after a reunification accord is reached.The Associated Press
28 February 2010The top United Nations envoy to Iraq today urged the international community to support the internal political process taking shape in the strife-torn country ahead of next week’s parliamentary elections and allow Iraq to “normalize” on its own terms. “I am acutely aware that despite all the talk on how to ‘normalize’ Iraq, our international prescriptions of ‘normalization might not be what Iraqis are seeking,” said Ad Melkert, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative, in an op-ed in The Washington Post.“Iraqis have a vivid sense of international interference over their long history,” added Mr. Melkert, who also heads the UN Assistance Mission in Iraq (UNAMI). “To break with the past, we must transform international involvement from interference into engagement.”As a first step to advancing this effort, Mr. Melkert called on foreign politicians, diplomats, think tanks and journalists working on Iraqi issues to give the political process leading to parliamentary elections on 7 March the credit it deserves.He underscored the commitment shown by a large majority of Iraqi citizens and lawmakers in organizing the Council of Representatives elections to conform to standards acceptable to the Iraqi people and its constitution. “Hurdles have been overcome, including voting in Kirkuk, and Iraqis abroad having gotten their say,” said Mr. Melkert. “The constitutional requirement that allegiance to the Baath spirit precludes holding public office has been a more difficult hurdle.”In addition, about 6,000 candidates and a significant number of alternative coalitions and parties are likely to compete for the votes in the upcoming poll, he said, noting that until five years ago the people had no say in their governance. Mr. Melkert also pointed to the controversial matter of sharing oil revenue, which he insisted must not be influenced by outside agendas, but he said that the international community could play a role in facilitating agreements for the resolution of the issue and supporting security arrangements.“It is vital for Arabs and Kurds to agree on the future of their relations within the federal state of Iraq, including the sharing of oil revenue and the delineation of territorial and administrative responsibilities,” he said. “The objective of international engagement should be to back up Iraqi actions, not prescribe outcomes on this front.”Highlighting positive developments in the country, Mr. Melkert said that serious efforts are underway to improve governance oil production contracts provide solid potential for revenue management Iraqi forces – despite disturbing lapses – are making progress in taking control of domestic security political debate is vibrant the media is diverse, and an election law has been agreed.“Security threats are real, including the targeting of political candidates and election organizers, but it is unlikely that such risks could derail the process,” he said, adding thatwrangling over the exclusion of candidates with ties to Saddam Hussein or the Baathists is concerning but inevitable as Iraq transitions from dictatorship to a new politics.“Letting the people of Iraq make their own decisions requires a change of mind and habit of many regional and international stakeholders. All stand to gain if we take the right course.”
An investigation has been launched into the discovery of a bomb suspected to have fallen off an LTTE plane which was shot down by the Air Force in 2009.The bomb was discovered when the ground at a swamp close to the location where the plane was shot down was dug for some construction work. The LTTE had failed in an attempt in 2009 to attack the Air Force base in Katunayake using a light aircraft which was shot down by the Air Force. On the same day another LTTE aircraft flew towards Colombo and crashed into a building but did not cause any casualties. (Colombo Gazette)
The Higher National Diploma in Accountancy (HNDA) will be recognised as an alternative qualification to the B.Com degree, the Government announced today.Students who have followed the HNDA course have faced difficulties in applying for public sector vacancies as the P.A. circular no. 46/90 issued in 1990 considering the HNDA course as an alternative qualification to B.Com degree was nullified by the P.A. circular no. 10/2014 last year. Considering the above fact the proposal made by Lakshman Kiriella, the Minister of University Education and Highways, to re-enforce the P.A. circular 46/90 with effect from 23-04-2014, was approved by the Cabinet of Ministers. As about 23,500 students from 142,000 students who qualify for University entrance are being admitted to state universities many of them who have followed the commerce stream tend to join the HNDA course annually.
After losing to No. 9 Illinois, No. 17 Ohio State looks to get back on the winning side in women’s volleyball when the team plays Michigan on Saturday.But coach Geoff Carlston may consider his program already on a winning streak as the program added two scholarship athletes for the 2015-2016 season.The Buckeyes (18-9, 9-6) received National Letters of Intent from Taylor Hughes, a six-foot-one-inch setter from Carroll, Ohio, and Megan Wickey, a six-foot-two-inch outside hitter from Omaha, Neb.Wickey joins sophomore setter Maggie Heim as the other women’s volleyball player to come from Omaha.Carlston was unavailable for comment during Friday’s practice. The Wolverines (11-14, 6-9) have lost six of their last seven matches, including five-set matches losses to the then No. 10 Fighting Illini and No. 4 Wisconsin.But losing six of their last seven games doesn’t seem to bother all the Buckeye players, like senior setter Taylor Sherwin.“I just think we need to bring our ‘A’ game,” Sherwin said. “Like everyone says, (the) Big Ten conference, you never know what you’re gonna get each weekend.”Sherwin is one of four senior Buckeyes to be playing in their final Ohio State vs. Michigan game, and she plans on treating it like any other game.“I think it’s a bittersweet feeling with every gym I go into, knowing I’m not going back in there,” she said.Junior outside hitter Elizabeth Campbell said that the team is motivated for this game because it’s a rivalry game and because of how the Wolverines have performed at Cliff Keen Arena this season.“Any rivalry is game is slightly different, just because of what exists between the two teams,” Campbell said. “They’re going to be a good team — talking about (how) they’ve taken (the Fighting Illini and Badgers) to five sets, we do need to take things seriously.She added that being aggressive on offense and defense is something that must carry over into Ann Arbor, Mich., like they did against the Fighting Illini on Wednesday.The Wolverines will be led by Big Ten Setter of the Week, senior Lexi Dannemiller, a native of West Chester, Ohio. She leads the Big Ten in assists averaging 11.5 per set.Following their game against the Wolverines, the Buckeyes will come back to Columbus for their final three home games of the regular season. Their scheduled to play Iowa (13-13, 5-10) Wednesday and the No. 4 Badgers (23-2, 14-1) Friday. Both matches are scheduled to start at 7 p.m.
Ohio State redshirt junior goalie Kassidy Sauve (32) prepares for a shot in the first period of the game against Minnesota on Jan. 19. Ohio State won 3-2. Credit: Jack Westerheide | Photo EditorThe Ohio State women’s hockey team’s improbable season came to a close Friday night when it fell 1-0 to the defending NCAA champions, top-seeded Clarkson, in sudden death overtime in the semifinals of the Frozen Four. The Buckeyes and the Knights entered the tournament as the top teams from their respective conferences. It was the first time in program history the Buckeyes appeared in the Frozen Four and the third consecutive appearance for the Knights. Ohio State and Clarkson headed into overtime after three scoreless periods despite 63 combined shots.Clarkson broke the scoreless tie and advanced to the national championship game when freshman forward Loren Gabel scored the game’s only goal 16:12 into overtime. Clarkson freshman forward Elizabeth Giguere and sophomore forward Michaela Pejzlova were credited with assists. Although the game was scoreless until overtime, excitement struck in the second period when a Buckeye puck shot by redshirt sophomore defender Jincy Dunne passed Clarkson senior goaltender Shea Tiley. But the Ohio State goal was negated due to a penalty. The Buckeyes outshot Clarkson with 41 shots on net, but Tiley saved every shot. Ohio State redshirt junior goaltender Kassidy Sauve saved 33 of the 34 shots that came her way. The winner of the second semifinal game between Colgate and Wisconsin will take on Clarkson for the NCAA championship on Sunday.
WE DECIDED TO take a look at some of the locations on Earth which humans have left behind – here’s what we found…Moonville, OhioTrain traffic around Moonville dramatically increased after the Baltimore and Ohio Railroad bought out the Marietta and Cincinnati Railroad in 1887. By the 1900s, coal mines began closing down, and the population of the town began to scatter. The last family to leave the town did so in 1947. Most of the buildings had disappeared by the 1960s, and there is now very little to tell the site by— only the town cemetery, and the Moonville tunnel, which is a subject of many ghost stories.Moonville TunnelSesena, SpainOnce projected to become the Manhattan of Madrid, the town now sits quietly, thanks to Spain’s housing market crash and economic implosion. 30,000 people were due to reside in Sesena; of the 13,000 homes originally planned to be constructed, only 5,100 were built. Most of them are now inhabited by Spaniards who bought them as investments, but are now competing to offload them at huge losses.North Dakota’s Emptied PrairieIn the early 20th century, farmers swarmed in and settled down in the seemingly promising North Dakota prairie. Towns and homesteads were built based on these hopes. The settlers believed that rain followed the plow, but they were proved wrong by Mother Nature; following years of unsuccessful attempts to cultivate the land, many of the farmers have since left for greener pastures, leaving ghost towns in their wake.The Village of Pegrema, Republic of Karelia, RussiaThis town was abandoned after the Russian Revolution, leaving behind wooden peasant houses facing the lake. Pegrema, RussiaOradour-sur-Glane, FranceThe town was destroyed in 1944, when a total of 642 of the town’s residence were killed by the Waffen-SS on June 10, 1944. The only known survivor is Marguerite Rouffanche, aged 44.Dallol, EthiopiaDallol holds the record for the highest temperature for an inhabited location on Earth, the average annual temperature being 35 degrees Celsius, 96 degrees Fahrenheit (recorded 1960-1966). There is no form of regular transportation in the area except for camel caravans that travel around the area to collect salt.North Brother Island, New York CityThis 20-acre island in the East River was used until the mid-20th century as an isolated hospital for infectious patients; Typhoid Mary lived out her final years here. The island was abandoned in 1963, and has become a wildlife sanctuary. Plants, animals and trees now grow all across and inside the ruined hospital campus.Ruins of Riverside Hospital, North Brother Island, New YorkEun Yeom is a publicity intern at Oxford University Press USA, This article originally appeared on the OUPBlog.
It was only a few days ago that we were talking about Amazon possibly opening a retail store in Seattle. Now it seems Google is considering a similar move, but in Dublin where its European headquarters are located.As well as allowing Google to save a lot of money by paying very little tax, the Dublin headquarters also employs over 1,300 people. News of a possible store comes from a filing of a planning report with the local authorities. All we know about the store at the moment is that it is 123m2 in size and would sell “Google merchandise.”Google has since confirmed nothing is set in stone and the space may be used for other things. But the fact it is a retail space means those other things could just be different products. Rather than just merchandise, we could see a store selling Chromebooks, Android smartphones, and tablets alongside accessories for each. Apple has set the standard for how to run a retail operation, and now it seems other tech companies with an increasing focus on hardware are looking to follow their lead. Google already has store-in-store presence, but not an outright store of its own that is open to the public. Could that change this year?With retail locations starting to suffer due to more people choosing to buy online, the presence of Google and Amazon may encourage people to leave their PCs to go shopping once more. Both companies offer some of the hottest products on the market today, either directly or indirectly. If they focus on offering that hardware and accessories, I can’t see these stores being anything but very popular.Read more at Bloomberg
Aspartame : l’Anses publiera ses réponses fin 2011-début 2012L’Agence de sécurité sanitaire de l’alimentation (ANSES) travaillent actuellement sur les éventuelles dangers que pourrait représenter la consommation d’aspartame. Des directives seront données à la fin de l’année 2011 ou au plus tard début 2012.C’est à la récente demande du ministre de la Santé Xavier Bertrand que l’Agence nationale de sécurité sanitaire s’est exprimée sur la question de l’aspartame. Lundi, le ministre avait en effet interpellé l’agence sur la question suivante : “Est-ce que oui ou non l’aspartame pose des difficultés ?” Il avait alors réclamé une réponse précise et ajouté que “si c’est le cas, il faudra que, au niveau européen, on prenne des mesures draconiennes, soit de meilleures informations ou de meilleures précautions.”À lire aussiUn nouvel édulcorant qui remplacerait l’aspartameAujourd’hui, l’Anses a donc indiqué qu’elle publierait ses premières recommandations sur la consommation d’aspartame chez les sujets sensibles tels que les femmes enceintes et les enfants fin 2011/début 2012. De plus, le Professeur Lasfargues, directeur général adjoint de l’ANSES, a expliqué à l’AFP que l’Efsa conduirait également dès 2012 une réévaluation de la dangerosité éventuelle de l’aspartame et de la dose journalière admissible (DJA), suite à la publication de deux études. “Ils ont fait un appel à données et publications et reçu plusieurs centaines de contributions, ça va être très discuté, cela va donner une position plus claire qu’elle n’était”, précise ainsi le professeur.De son côté, l’Anses a donc annoncé en mars la mise en place d’un groupe de travail sur la question du bénéfice/risque nutritionnels de cet édulcorant. Les appels à candidature ont été lancés au début de l’été et ce sont les conclusions de ce groupe de travail qui seront connues fin 2011-début 2012. “On est en train de finaliser le groupe de travail, qui s’intéressera, au delà de l’aspartame, à tous les édulcorants de synthèse. Et si des recommandations de précaution doivent être faites pour des populations sensibles, on les fera le plus vite possible”, a précisé le professeur Lasfargues, cité par l’AFP.Le 6 septembre 2011 à 19:25 • Maxime Lambert
Gov. Bill Walker has named a retired judge as his federal investigator into the Alaska National Guard.Download AudioPatricia Collins, a former Superior Court judge for Juneau, will conduct the investigation into the Alaska National Guard. Her hiring was announced at a Thursday press conference, where Attorney General Craig Richards laid out the parameters of her assignment.Retired Judge Patricia Collins. (Photo courtesy Governor’s Office)“She is going to look at each allegation that has been made about either inappropriate sexual conduct in the Guard, to Guard members by other Guard members, or by Guard members to non-guard members,” Richards said.The contract with the state requires Collins look at how law enforcement and the executive branch has handled sexual assault in the Alaska National Guard since September of 2010. Around that time, members of the National Guard approached the Parnell administration with criminal allegations and concerns about their leadership. While a number of federal investigations since that time found nothing amiss, a 2014 probe by the National Guard Bureau found that the Alaska force struggled with favoritism and fraud, and that there was a level of mistrust around sexual assault reporting.That federal report was released shortly before the election, and became a major campaign issue for now-Gov. Bill Walker.At the press conference, Walker emphasized that Collins would be given the tools needed to complete the investigation, including the authority to review full National Guard records.“Our assurance is she would have access to that data,” Walker said.Attorney General Richards says that Collins will complete two reports into the National Guard, the first of which is due in April. That report that will not be released to the public, as it will contain details on all the players involved.“The confidentiality of victims in any police investigation is a top priority,” Richards said. “That’s not going to change here.”In May, a public version of the report will be released that will describe the findings without identifying information.Collins will also advise whether it’s proper to move forward with prosecutions or further police investigations.Collins will be paid $160 an hour for the work, with the contract currently capped at $50,000.
A Prothom Alo IllustrationThree people were killed in what the enforcers called gunfights with them in Gazipur and Chattogram districts on Tuesday.In Chattogram, two men, according to RAB officials were killed while robbing in a car on Dhaka-Chittagong highway in Sitakunda of Chattogram at the early hours of Tuesday.One of the deceased was aged between 22 and 23 years while other was 37 and 38 years.The officials claimed that RAB recovered a pistol, two single-shot guns, 31 rounds of bullets and a couple of sharp weapons from the spot.“The gunfight took place when a RAB patrolling team opened fire while the duo was robbing in a car. RAB later found two dead bodies on the spot,” said assistant police superintendent of RAB-7 Md Mashkur Rahman.The deceased were not identified immediately.In Gazipur, a certain Ismail, identified as a drug dealer by the police, was killed on Monday night in Gazipur.”A RAB team was conducting an anti-narcotics raid in the area when drug dealers opened fire on them,” said Kamal Hossain, the officer-in-charge of Tongi East police station, was quoted by the News agency.”Ismail was killed during the gunfight,” he said, adding that a small-arm, bullets and several thousand of yaba pills were recovered from the spot.
WhatsApp is restricting message forwarding in an effort to fight “misinformation and rumors,” according to Reuters.Citing company executives, the news service revealed that worldwide users are now limited to sharing texts with only five individuals or groups—down from a previous cap of 20.The Facebook-owned platform introduced a similar policy in India over the summer, after the spread of rumors on social media led to killings and lynching attempts.“We’re imposing a limit of five messages all over the world as of [Monday],” Victoria Grand, vice president for policy and communications at WhatsApp, announced during an event in Jakarta, as reported by Reuters.Chat groups hold up to 256 participants. So, as the BBC pointed out, a single user could, theoretically, forward a message to 1,280 other people; previously that number would have stretched to 5,120.“WhatsApp carefully evaluated this test and listened to user feedback over a six-month period. The forward limit significantly reduced forwarded messages around the world,” a company spokesperson told Geek.com.“[This] will help keep WhatsApp focused on private messaging with close contacts,” they said. “We’ll continue to listen to user feedback about their experience, and over time, look for new ways of addressing viral content.”There is no word on whether this update also affects Broadcast Lists, which allow one-to-many communication, which is seemingly just as dangerous as large group chats.After helping to spread fake news online, parent company Facebook recently began doubling down on efforts to fight it.In June, the social network introduced a new machine learning system to stop the dissemination of misinformation by, for instance, identifying duplicates of debunked stories.The AI is also doing its part to catch and demote foreign Pages likely to spread “financially motivated hoaxes” to people in other countries.More on Geek.com:Facebook Messenger’s Redesign is Rolling Out to Most UsersHow to Unsend Messages You’ve Sent in Your Top AppsAI as Fact Checker: Algorithm Identifies Fake NewsEditor’s note: This article was updated on Jan. 24, with comment from WhatsApp. Stay on target WhatsApp Was Hacked: Here’s How You Can Protect Your Phone InformationSri Lanka Temporarly Blocks Social Media Following Terror Attacks
Henry is a senior writer at Laptop Mag, covering security, Apple and operating systems. Prior to joining Laptop Mag — where he’s the self-described Rare Oreo Expert — he reviewed software and hardware for TechRadar Pro, and interviewed artists for Patek Philippe International Magazine. You can find him at your local pro wrestling events, and wondering why Apple decided to ditch its MagSafe power adapters. Author Bio Henry T. Casey, on For a while, I was seriously worried about the health of my aging 2012 MacBook Pro, which kept getting hit by calamity after calamity, including wonky internet connectivity and speakers that were practically dying. But then when I finally took a battery warning to heart, Apple managed to fix everything that was wrong with my ailing system.Yes, this fix for my Apple laptop cost me $199, but I was willing to spend that much for just a new battery. And instead, I got a whole lot more life breathed back into my nearly seven-year-old system.MacBook Air vs MacBook Pro: Which 13-inch MacBook Is Right For You?Apple’s entry-level MacBook Air and Pro look pretty similar, but our testing proved they differ in crucial ways.Your Recommended PlaylistVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9接下来播放Which Cheap Tablet Is Best? Amazon Fire 7 vs Walmart Onn02:45关闭选项Automated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-USAutomated Captions – en-US facebook twitter 发邮件 reddit 链接https://www.laptopmag.com/articles/apple-macbook-battery-repair-benefits?jwsource=cl已复制直播00:0003:4603:46 “Service battery.” Those were the words that I saw every time I would click on my MacBook Pro’s menu bar icon for its battery.MORE: MacBook Pro Rumor Roundup: What We Expect (and Want)For a while, probably years, I acted like those words weren’t important or potentially dangerous. I didn’t take this MacBook Pro out for work. I kept it at home. It was OK as it was.My thoughts changed one night when I used it in my lap, as opposed to mounted at eye level at the top of a stack of books on my desk. In my lap, it just felt a little too warm.And so I booked a Genius Bar appointment to get the battery checked out and hopefully replaced. After a technician performed a veritable autopsy to confirm that the battery was indeed bad, the rep told me it would cost $199, and that I’d need to leave my MacBook Pro with Apple for up to two weeks.Why so long? My 2012 MacBook Pro is classified as a “vintage” machine, and so Apple couldn’t guarantee how long it would take to find the necessary parts. Its age concealed the big surprise: The technician told me that since the battery was connected to many other parts in the top half of the case, getting it fixed wasn’t as simple as replacing just that battery.MORE: Which MacBook Should You Buy? MacBook vs. Air vs. ProFive days later, though, Apple called to tell me that it had finished servicing my MacBook. And when I got to the Apple store and booted it up, I was delighted to hear the Apple startup chime ring out without any distortion.This is when I started to ask myself why I never looked into getting the speakers replaced, and remembered I never could fully confirm that my MacBook Pro’s sound issue was rooted in the hardware of the speakers (and not caused by some fraying cable like in Flexgate).And then I noticed that everything else was clean, with the replacement of the keyboard deck, the keys (including the A key cap I’d clicked so much it was fading away) and the touchpad. And while the MacBook Pro is harder to repair because all of those parts are contained in the top enclosure where the battery is affixed with a strong adhesive, it also somehow meant that my model got a new lease on life for the price of only one of its parts.It was as if my MacBook Pro went away to a spa and came back after having had a cleanse. Yes, I’d love it if Apple’s laptops were more easily repaired, but when I saw the great surprises contained in my repair — even the ports were new — I realized that sometimes, Apple’s industrial design can create excellent accidents.MacBook Keyboard Troubleshooting GuideCredit: Shutterstock; Laptop Mag Henry T. Casey, by Taboolaby TaboolaSponsored LinksSponsored LinksPromoted LinksPromoted LinksYou May LikeKelley Blue Book5 Mid-engine Corvettes That Weren’tKelley Blue BookUndoGrepolis – Free Online GameGamers Around the World Have Been Waiting for this GameGrepolis – Free Online GameUndoTODAYPolice Identify Girl Licking Ice Cream Tub In Viral VideoTODAYUndoMy Food and FamilyHealthy, Homemade Drunken Thai Noodles In Just 20 MinutesMy Food and FamilyUndoVerizon WirelessThis new phone will blow your mind.Verizon WirelessUndo247 SportsThe Highest-Paid NBA Players In 2019, Ranked247 SportsUndoAdvertisement
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PHOENIX – A son of actor Jean-Claude Van Damme has been sentenced to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct for holding his roommate at knifepoint at their apartment in suburban Phoenix.Maricopa County Superior Court officials said 22-year-old Nicholas Francois Van Varenberg was sentenced Wednesday.Tempe police said Van Varenberg became upset at his unidentified roommate for answering the door, grabbed a knife and kept his roommate from leaving the apartment.Charges of kidnapping, possession or use of marijuana and possession or use of drug paraphernalia were dismissed when Van Varenberg pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct on Aug. 15.Van Varenberg is the youngest son of Van Damme, known for his martial arts action films of the 1980s and 1990s. FILE – This undated file photo provided by the Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office shows Nicholas Francois Van Varenberg, the son of actor Jean-Claude Van Damme. Van Varenberg has pleaded guilty to disorderly conduct for holding his roommate at knifepoint at their Tempe, Ariz., apartment last year. On Wednesday, Oct. 3, 2018, Maricopa County Superior Court officials said Van Varenberg was sentenced to 18 months of probation after pleading guilty to disorderly conduct in the incident. (Maricopa County Sheriff’s Office via AP, File) by The Associated Press Posted Oct 3, 2018 11:10 am PDT Last Updated Oct 3, 2018 at 2:41 pm PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Van Damme son gets probation term in Arizona knife incident
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I bet tht she is going to be a heart breaker ㈇7;㈏0; Brianna (@mikidoodle) May 2 2015 View this post on Instagram A princess WHY AM I SO INTO THIS #royalbaby A post shared by Lauren Sams (@laurenssams) on May 2 2015 at 3:55am PDT //wwwinstagramcom/embedjs Don’t worry George #RoyalBaby is a girl pictwittercom/C4gOz7s351 C Jibola (@shaagger) May 2 2015 https://platformtwittercom/widgetsjs We are all this baby right now … … And this dog This article originally appeared on Peoplecom Oh Baby: 121 Years Of Infant Royals On Camera This was the last time a Queen met her greatgrandchild In 1894 Queen Victoria holds the newly christened Prince Edward later Edward VIII Popperfoto/Getty Images This tot pictured in 1896 didn’t expect to be king but when his elder brother Edward VIII abdicated George VI took over Popperfoto/Getty Images Elizabeth Bowes-Lyon born to the Scottish aristocracy in 1900 would become royal through marriage to the future George VI Their eldest daughter is the current Queen Popperfoto/Getty Images In 1926 as a tiny baby Princess Elizabeth already displays the solemn face that she has deployed so often in her public duties since becoming Queen Bob Thomas–Popperfoto/Getty Images The naughty sister: the baby Princess Margaret flanked by Princess Elizabeth and their mother led a colorful life Prevented from marrying her first love a divorced commoner she later married and divorced fashionable photographer Antony Armstrong-Jones Popperfoto/Getty Images Before Princes Charles was born in 1948 his grandfather King George VI did away with a long-held custom that demanded the Home Secretary be present at royal births Here Charles is pictured with his mother at that stage still Princess Elizabeth AP Princess Anne second child of Princess Elizabeth and Prince Philip pictured at her 1950 christening must have been born with horse sense She won a gold and two silver medals at European equestrian competitions and rode for the UK in the 1976 Olympics Fox Photos/Getty Images She already had an heir Here’s Queen Elizabeth with the spare: a chubby 6-month-old Prince Andrew in the grounds of Balmoral Castle Scotland in 1960 AP This 1964 snap of Prince Edward in his cot with brother Andrew and his mother the Queen already suggests an interest in what’s going on behind the camera He went on to found a TV production company in 1993 AP The Queen admires her first grandchild Peter Phillips at Balmoral Castle in November 1977 Peter’s mother Princess Anne declined royal titles for both of her children Anwar Hussein Zara Tindall née Phillips has become a top flight equestrian like mom Princess Anne Pictured here in 1981 mother and daughter were much photographed at the 2012 Olympics when Anne presented Zara with a silver medal Lichfield–Getty Images "And one day you will marry a beautiful Princess called Kate" Prince William looks to the future in 1983 Tim Graham–Getty Images Prince Harry aged 9 months watches a military parade with his mother Diana Princess of Wales and brother William in 1985 Roy Letkey–Reuters The spitting image of her dad Prince Andrew but for the red hair inherited from mother Sarah Duchess of York Princess Beatrice looks pensive at her 1988 christening Tim Graham–Getty Images Another addition to the house of York: Princess Eugenie with her mother Sarah at her christening in 1990 Bill Allen–AP Prince William Duke of Cambridge his wife Catherine Duchess of Cambridge with their newborn baby boy Prince George of Cambridge Tilly the retriever left a Middleton family pet and Lupo the couple’s cocker spaniel right at the Middleton family home in Bucklebury Berkshire in early August 2013 Michael Middleton–AFP/Getty Images Prince George and his sister Princess Charlotte at Anmer Hall in Norfolk Britain mid-May 2015 HRH The Duchess of Cambridge 1 of 17 Advertisement Contact us at editors@timecomtwitter as in Ohio Gov Penguin Group/AP And Louisiana Gov because each discipline has its own culture about data-sharing a researcher 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amount of subterfuge and blackmail can change this position” You know how every year summer in England consists of about three really glorious days in like April (and maybe May too if were lucky) and then just a series of drab weeks full of grey skies and rain Well not this year Youll have already noticed – and hopefully enjoyed – the glorious season the UK has had for a while now and today was the start of what looks like will be another mini heatwave But it turns out that today was actually the hottest day of the year so far with temperatures in London hitting a scorching 294C The previous hottest day of 2018 was April 19 which saw St James Park reach 291C but Met Office forecaster Mark Foster says it might get even hotter later this week Thats obviously great news but its not without its knock-on consequences For a start todays heatwave had adverse effects on some train lines As a result South Western warned of speed restrictions on services out of Waterloo But it wouldnt be the UK without the train networks screwing up slightly would itCredit: PA Andy Thomas the managing director of England and Wales at Network Rail explained why that always happensHe said: "On very sunny days rails in direct sunshine can be as much as 20C above air temperature causing the steel to expand markedly and could – if not carefully monitored and action taken – buckle causing travel disruption "Our engineers and specialist extreme weather teams are monitoring track-side temperatures at vulnerable locations and will if necessary introduce temporary speed restrictions during the hottest part of the day to keep trains running albeit more slowly than normal" The sun and high temperatures also mean that there will be very high levels of pollen and UV which is not so good for people who suffer from hay fever and Foster warned people to take the necessary precautionsCredit: PA "High pressure is going to dominate this week so we can expect very high levels of pollen and UV" he said "If you are 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