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Also we have Canada VS America in a special Defeat Donnie featuring Tanner of The Sonic Show and Sonic Remix of SonicRadio. In the super bumper episode we round up our thoughts of this years annual Weston Super Sonic convention. That’s right guys, due to public demand by nobody, we took our podcast to the stage in front of an audience for a miniture version of the show! Dreamcast, Sega Saturn, and Mega Drive get acquainted with each other, discussing what kind of guys Saturn might like. To celebrate halloween we have a special episode where we jump into Uncle Poxxy’s helpline and read a very SPOOKY fan fiction together! When not creating characters for another franchise then taking legal action to take them and cling on to them to death like a suffocated pet hamster, rather than move on and create something new, Mr Penders is making his new comic series, eventually. Jay decided after the last episode that he was fed up of people thinking it was easy to host the show. Featuring SPECIAL GUESTS: Kevin and Cat from Last Minute Continue, and JonoD co organiser of Weston Super Sonic. On today’s podcast we look at why people love Sonic conventions, and having all worked on them discuss our most memorable stories. Today the Boom Crew discuss the cuteness of a fan obessed Amy, the magic of boybands and the mysterious disappearing Donnie. Plus while Donnie rests from his win last week, a viewer gets the chance to represent The Sonic Show comments section and play Sabotage Skyler!
In our first live taping of the podcast we discuss the wonderful world of SEGA’s finances, the morality of Sonic themed crowd funding plus Donnie goes head to head against a fan in Defeat Donnie. Calle Real in turn has already performed several concerts this year in Ethiopia and France.
The following day you can see Los Van Van in New Jersey at Schuetzen Park located at 3167 Kennedy Blvd. David and the boys are back in the USA with their first concert tonight at Twelve in Miami.
David Calzado y su Charanga Habanera start their US tour in Miami on Friday May 20th with a concert at Twelve Club. Tom has posted 8 videos and the first of 3 galleries from the 2015 Havana recording session that produced the Pedrito Martínez Group's second CD, Habana Dreams, to be released on June 10. Santiago based dancer master Jorge Luna Roque is bringing his amazing all-star rueda troupe to the Brava Theatre in San Francisco next weekend, May 21st & 22nd.
Most of the players in such a musical engine play the roles of cylinders, stroking in perfect and predictable synchronization. Dream Team Syndrome notwithstanding, the idea of Issac Delgado & Son putting this new type of race car through its paces seemed like something that might just work brilliantly. Juan de Marcos and the Afro-Cuban all Stars kick their East Coast Tour off tonight at Landmark Theatre in Port Washington, New York. If you're in Europe you can catch Manolito y Su Trabuco at Kursalon in Vienna on the second day of their month-long European tour that will take them to ten countries. A program on shortwave radio which your servant hosts, From the Isle of Music, is dedicated to several different genres of Cuba's music and also features interviews with the artists in addition to the music.
After their successful show at Yoshi's last year, Cubanismo is back for a string of big concerts at SF JAZZ: tonight, Saturday and a Sunday matinee.
Master percussionist Joaquin "El Pulpo" Pozo will be in town to teach some master classes and to perform as a guest artist with the Angel d'Cuba Septet.
ENGLISH: For those who love most styles of Cuban music in addition to Timba, a new radio program, From the Isle of Music, features almost everything including Timba, Traditiional Son, Jazz cubano, Fusion, Rock, even a little classical. ENGLISH: Finally, The 8th Annual San Francisco Salsa Rueda Festival takes place February 11-14 at the Hotel Whitcomb in San Francisco.
Septeto Nacional, a Cuban music institution since 1927, performed to a sold out crowd at Brava Theater in San Francisco on January 17, 2016, playing their exquisite form of son.
I was at Jazz Plaza in Havana (and also in Santiago de Cuba) in December, and in the near future I will be sharing a lot of what I learned and experienced. Knowing Aisar's talent as a composer and arranger and his command of Cuban popular dance music ranging from timba to more traditional music such as son, I have great expectations for this band. UPDATE: The Sunday show was sold out and a clinic (with lots of performing) has been added for Monday.
Septeto Nacional will be in New York at Lehman College on January 16th (Orquesta Broadway opens) and at Brava Theatre in SF on the 17th. Britain's trade relations with China, celebrated as a key part of a golden era during President Xi Jinping's state visit in October, are likely to be affected if Britons vote to leave the European Union in a referendum on June 23.
Analysts and policy experts contacted by China Daily believe the UK would be at a disadvantage in any trade negotiations in the event of a "leave" vote.
Attention here is already focusing on the effects of the referendum's result, which will be known early on June 24, including what it would mean for the so-called golden age heralded by Xi and British Prime Minister David Cameron.
Last month, Yao Ling, deputy director of a research center under China's Ministry of Commerce, warned that those investing in Britain as a way into the EU would see the "bridgehead curtailed" if the country exits the EU. Opinion polls show the two sides neck and neck in the run-up to the vote, although bookmakers are giving odds favoring a vote to remain in the EU.
Already, the campaign by the Remain group, headed by Cameron, and Vote Leave supporters, headed by former London mayor Boris Johnson has become increasingly bitter.
Many political observers believe Johnson is using the campaign to boost his chances of taking over from Cameron as leader of the Conservative Party.
British politicians linked to the Leave campaign predict that a United Kingdom unencumbered by EU bureaucracy would allow bilateral relations to flourish. Chinese investment has flooded into Britain over the past decade, and UK exports to China have more than doubled since 2010. Both sides offer competing narratives on what will happen to the Britain and China's "special relationship" should the public vote to leave the EU. The line from the Leave camp is that Britain would greatly benefit from a bilateral free trade agreement with China, something the European Commission has so far been unable to reach. John Zai, founder and CEO of Cocoon Networks, a China-funded private equity company in London, is among the Chinese businessmen who said they believe the idea of Britain leaving the EU is bad.
Cocoon's business includes buying equity stakes in European businesses that market their activities through London-based networks to attract international investors. In addition, he adds, the lack of a free flow of resources between Europe and Britain will reduce the UK's competitiveness, which in turn would make British firms less attractive as equity investment targets for Chinese companies.
Clifton-Brown points to China and Britain working together to establish London as the biggest trading center outside Beijing for renminbi as an example of the kind of moves Britain would be able to make as a standalone nation.
Andy Clayton, chief executive of LNP China, which helps companies do business with China, said if Britain were to leave the EU, then the country would have to rely on financial services as its most potent leveraging tool. Those who support the Remain campaign, however, fear that China's interest in Britain would cool, as the Chinese seek out an alternate gateway into the European single market.
Philippe Le Corre, a policy analyst in China-Europe relations and a fellow at the Brookings Institution think tank, echoed this sentiment: "The UK market is just not big enough or interesting enough for China. Fredrik Erixon, an economist and former adviser to China's commerce and finance ministries, said the idea that Britain would be able to leverage market access reforms in China in any trade agreement as a standalone nation is a "naive proposition". Jiang Jiaxi, a senior partner with Jursino Law Group in Beijing, said Chinese businesses would prefer Britain to remain in the EU, to allow them to benefit from using the country as a bridge for their products and services to enter the European market. Tokyo Governor Yoichi Masuzoe resigned on Wednesday after coming under fire for misuse of tax money, including spending on family trips and artwork, the latest embarrassment as the Japanese capital prepares to host the 2020 Olympics. He is the second governor to quit since Tokyo won the rights to hold the 2020 summer games, though officials say his departure will not have an impact on preparations. Masuzoe, 67, who won election in 2014 with support from the ruling coalition of Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, came under increasingly intense pressure to quit due to his repeated refusals to explain his use of public funds, which included buying comic books for his children. He quit hours before a no-confidence vote was scheduled in the Tokyo assembly, as his position had become untenable. Officials from Abe's Liberal Democratic Party met with him and called for his resignation, fearing a voter backlash at an Upper House election next month should he stay in office.
Masuzoe's refusal to explain his spending fueled anger among Tokyo voters, who have bombarded the government with thousands of complaints. Masuzoe's resignation takes effect on June 21, with an election for his successor likely on either July 31 or August 7. Masuzoe on Monday pledged to return his salary and begged that the no-confidence vote be postponed until after the Rio Olympics end on August 22, when the Olympic flag will be transferred to Tokyo as host of the next games.
The resignation of Masuzoe's predecessor Naoki Inose slowed preparations for the Olympics, but Tokyo 2020 officials said earlier this week that Masuzoe's woes were having no impact. But planning has been hit by troubles including scrapping plans for the main stadium and plagiarism allegations, forcing them to abandon their original games logo.
Tokyo's bid has also come under scrutiny after questions were raised about payments by the bid committee. An official in the former government of president Cristina Fernandez was arrested on Tuesday as he allegedly tried to hide millions in dollars and other currencies at an Argentine monastery. A neighbor of the monastery called authorities after seeing a man throwing bags onto the property near Buenos Aires early on Tuesday.
They then discovered wads of cash as well as watches in more than 160 packages inside the bags. Security Minister Cristian Ritondo of Buenos Aires province said Lopez was "in a state of shock" when he was arrested and alleged that he tried to bribe police.
Dario Kubar, the area's mayor, told reporters earlier on Tuesday that authorities had found more than $7 million at the monastery that is home to nuns devoted to Our Lady of the Rosary of Fatima, which is about 55 km west of the capital, Buenos Aires.
Since Fernandez ended her term in December, Macri's administration has promised to root out corruption that has plagued Argentina. Lazaro Baez, a once seemingly untouchable friend of Fernandez and her husband and predecessor, Nestor Kirchner, was arrested earlier this year. Poverty prevented Kami from finishing his studies as a child and achieving his goal of becoming a teacher. Now 68, the father of six and grandfather of eight goes to school six days a week to complete his studies and escape a lonely home life following the death of his wife. Walking into the Shree Kala Bhairab higher secondary school and the buzz created by 200 children is a welcome contrast to the hush of the isolated one-room home, with its leaking roof and frequent power cuts, where Kami lives in Syangja district, some 250 km west of Nepal's capital Kathmandu. Kami, whose children have all left his hilltop home, first went to the Kaharay primary school where he learned to read and write with the 7- and 8-year-olds before leaving after finishing grade five with the 11-year-olds.
The school scholarship does not stretch to cover food, though, meaning Kami's breakfast of rice with a fermented green vegetable known as 'Gundruk' must sustain him until dinner. The 20 children in his grade 10 class have dubbed Kami 'Baa', which means 'father' in Nepali, but despite his age their elderly classmate joins in all activities, including volleyball in the schoolyard.
Kami said he wanted to study until his death, adding he hoped it would encourage others to ignore age obstacles. A Greek archaeologist believes he has found a fragment of the lost throne of the rulers of Mycenae, famous from ancient myth and the story of the Trojan War. Christofilis Maggidis, who heads excavations at the site in southern Greece, said on Tuesday that the chunk of worked limestone was found two years ago, in a streambed under the imposing citadel. He told a news conference in Athens that the royal throne was among sections of the hilltop palace that collapsed during an earthquake around 1200 BC. Greek Culture Ministry officials have distanced themselves from the identification, citing a separate study that ruled the chunk to be part of a stone basin. But Maggidis said the find was unmistakably made for sitting on, and would have been no use for holding liquids as it is made of porous stone. Mycenae flourished from the mid-14th to the 12th Century BC and was one of Greece's most significant late Bronze Age centers.
Its rulers are among the key figures of Greek myth, caught in a vicious cycle of parricide, incest and dynastic strife.
The most famous of all, Agamemnon, led the Greek army that besieged and sacked Troy, according to Homer's epics.
An older, smaller example was found in the Minoan palace of Knossos, on the island of Crete.
Maggidis said other parts of the throne may lie be beneath Mycenae, and hopes to secure a permit to fully excavate the streambed. The precise type of stone used has not been found anywhere else in the palace of Mycenae, although a similar material was used extensively in the citadel's massive defensive walls and in the magnificent beehive tombs where its rulers were buried. Tropical rain forest destruction and relentless hunting have decimated the population of the majestic bird - one of the world's biggest and most powerful - with just hundreds believed to be left in the wild. A small band of conservationists at a tiny sanctuary on the fringes of Davao, the southern Philippines' biggest city, is trying to ensure their survival by running the world's only breeding program for the eagles and by rehabilitating the wounded. The foundation estimates there are about 800 of the Philippines' national bird remaining in the wild, though it is impossible to count accurately due to their remote habitats. In more than three decades of trial and error experiments by the foundation that have yet to fully understand the eagles' breeding habits, just 27 have been born in captivity. The eagles are notoriously hard to pair, with the larger female known to attack and even kill an unwanted suitor in the wild. However, after failing to breed any eagles for nearly three years, recent successes have raised hopes.
Go Phoenix, which was brought into the center after being ensnared in a hunter's trap, and MVP, a shooting victim, were successfully paired in 2013 and have produced two chicks in quick succession, the latest in February. The exceptionally rare moments in nature were filmed from behind glass enclosures, the footage showing chick number 27 breaking out of its shell with a burst of energy and chirping before resting its head on pebbles in a small metal dish. However, a growing problem is space: 35 eagles live in cages of various sizes in the center, which covers just 8 hectares of forest. The centre's ultimate goal is to release the eagles back into the wild, but this has proved even more of a challenge than breeding them. One of the biggest problems has been the eagles becoming too accustomed to human contact at the center.
Out of 15 eagles from the center that have been released, only one is known to still be alive in the wild, according to Sumaya.
The wife of the gunman who killed 49 people at an Orlando nightclub knew of his plans for the attack and could soon be charged in connection with the deadliest mass shooting in modern US history, a law enforcement source said on Tuesday.
The source said that a federal grand jury had been convened and could charge Omar Mateen's wife, Noor Salman, as early as Wednesday.
Mateen, who was shot dead by police after a three-hour standoff at the Pulse club early on Sunday, called 911 during his shooting spree to profess allegiance to various militant Islamist groups. Federal investigators have said he was likely self-radicalized and there was no evidence that he received any instructions or aid from outside groups such as Islamic State. Mateen, who was a security guard, was systematic during his rampage, working his way through the packed club shooting people who were already down. NBC News said Salman told federal agents she tried to talk her husband out of carrying out the attack. Obama denounced Donald Trump for his proposed ban on Muslims entering the United States, joining fellow Democrat Hillary Clinton in portraying the Republican presidential candidate as unfit for the White House. Mateen made 911 calls from the club in which he pledged loyalty to the Islamic State group. US officials were investigating media reports that Mateen may have been gay but not openly so, and questioning whether that could have driven his attack, according to two people who have been briefed on the investigation and requested anonymity to discuss it.
A former wife of Mateen, Sitora Yusufiy, said her ex-husband had facets of his life that he did not share with his family, such as drinking and going to night clubs. But the owner of Pulse nightclub, speaking through a representative, denied reports that Mateen had been a regular patron. Venezuela's president Nicolas Maduro said on Tuesday he was scrapping an emergency measure that had public sector employees working only two days a week. The leader in late April restricted the workweek to just Mondays and Tuesdays to save power in a country hit by electricity shortages.
The shortages have worsened hardship in the South American country, where citizens are suffering from shortages of basic supplies.
Maduro blames the power shortages on a drought that has dried up Venezuela's hydroelectric dams. The opposition blames him for the economic crisis and is calling for a referendum on removing him from office.
The US and Venezuelan governments said on Tuesday they would launch new high-level talks as Caracas struggles with a political and economic crisis. US Secretary of State John Kerry told reporters he would send a top State Department envoy to Caracas "as soon as possible". The announcement came after Kerry met with Venezuela's Foreign Minister Delcy Rodriguez during the general assembly of the Organization of American States. Oil-rich Venezuela has slid into crisis as crude prices have crashed over the past two years. Weeks before a critical NATO summit in Warsaw, three of NATO's biggest military powers said they would each command a battalion across the eastern flank to help deter any show of force such as that deployed by Moscow in Crimea in 2014. In a reminder of Russia's efforts to bolster its military readiness, its armed forces started carrying out spot checks on its units, as well of weapon and equipment depots.
Russian Defense Minister Sergei Shoigu said the goal of the June 14-22 drill was to ensure the ability of Russian military to "carry out planned activities, including mobilization". NATO's battalions are part of a wider deterrent to be approved at the Warsaw summit on July 8. NATO hopes the complex plan can discourage Russia from orchestrating the kind of campaign used to annex Ukraine's Crimea Peninsula in February 2014. While eastern allies welcome the deployments in NATO's biggest military buildup since the end of the Cold War, they want more support to defend against Russia's powerful arsenal. With a warning last week from a senior US commander that the alliance would have only 72 hours notice of a missile or ground attack, Baltic nations and Poland want a sophisticated anti-missile shield to deter Russia from gaining the upper hand.

Turkish police have seized a jewel-encrusted ivory dagger said to have belonged to Libya's late leader Muammer Gadhafi and which was going to be sold for millions of dollars on the black market, Anadolu news agency reported.
An alligator dragged a small boy into a lagoon at Walt Disney World in Orlando, Florida, defeating the father's efforts to wrestle his child away from the reptile, the sheriff's office said on Wednesday. Sydney's iconic Opera House will receive its biggest upgrade since it was opened 43 years ago, the New South Wales state government announced on Wednesday. New Zealand's government on Wednesday agreed to pay a record amount to a 41-year-old man who spent more than 20 years in prison for a rape and murder he did not commit. A morsel of never-before-seen alien rock has been dug up in a limestone quarry in Sweden, where it had lain deeply buried for about 470 million years, scientists said on Tuesday. As satisfying as meeting that challenge was, there are hundreds more to be tackled as US airlines prepare to resume their first regularly scheduled flights to Cuba in five decades. The Department of Transportation on Friday granted American and five other airlines permission to fly to nine Cuban cities. Airlines are racing to figure out how to offer the same streamlined service that is provided out of the US. All flights between the two countries today are charters, many operated by the carriers now seeking approval for scheduled service.
Galo Beltran, Cuba country manager for American Airlines, tests a hand-held baggage scanner at Havana's Jose Marti International Airport.
Though Rawabi is still unfinished, its glistening high-rises and shopping centers bring a rare sense of pride and excitement to the territory at a time of growing malaise over a standstill in Mideast peace efforts. Palestinian-American developer Bashar Masri dreamed up Rawabi, which means "hills" in Arabic, back in 2007. Perched on a once desolate hilltop, it's the first Palestinian city being built according to a modern urban design plan. Mahmoud Khatib came here with his wife and three children from a nearby village because they wanted to live in a modern city.
Palestinians see the West Bank, which Israel captured in the 1967 Middle East war, as part of their independent state, along with east Jerusalem and the Gaza Strip.
Masri said one of the major hurdles in starting Rawabi was getting approval from Israel for an access road and water supply to the city, which took years. Rawabi now has a yearly renewable permit to use a narrow road that passes through an adjacent 1-kilometer stretch under Israeli control. Additional water is currently being brought in on tankers, and some people supplement their supply from a nearby village. A Palestinian family leaves their newly delivered apartment in the West Bank city of Rawabi, north of Ramallah. The seasonal monsoon, which hits the region between June and September, delivers more than 70 percent of India's annual rainfall. Yet, the rains are hard to predict, and depend on a complex interplay between global atmospheric and oceanic movements that is not yet fully understood. As part of the newly launched $11 million study, scientists from British university will spend a month at sea releasing seven underwater robots from an Indian research ship across a 400-km stretch of water. The torpedo-shaped robots will glide through the water, monitoring its salinity, temperature and current before surfacing and transmitting data to a satellite. At the same time, scientists from the University of Reading and the Indian government in a related study will take atmospheric measurements at the same time. By comparing the two sets of data, scientists hope to better understand how ocean conditions affect monsoon patterns. This year's monsoon arrived at the southernmost tip of the subcontinent on June 8 and has been slow in moving north and providing relief amid a devastating drought that has hit wide swathes of central, eastern and northern India. But Cyprus police said on Monday they are investigating an allegation that this happened at a wedding over the weekend. Police say the victim - the groom's 22-year-old brother - was taken to a hospital but wasn't seriously hurt and that his family filed a complaint.
A family member - speaking on condition of anonymity because the investigation is continuing - said the priest had initially gestured with a raised hand for the slapping to cease, then punched the brother in the chest and face when the warning went unheeded.
The family member told The Associated Press that the wedding unraveled during the ceremony's Dance of Isaiah, when the priest, holding the Gospel, led the couple around the altar three times.
Bishop of Paphos Georgios backed the priest, whom he hailed as one of the best clerics in his Diocese. The bishop said he had instructed priests to interrupt any ceremony where family or guests didn't demonstrate the appropriate respect. The Philippines confirmed on Tuesday the execution of a Canadian who had been held hostage by the al-Qaida-linked Abu Sayyaf Islamist militant group on a remote southern island with three other people since September 2015. Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said in Toronto on Monday that it appeared the second execution of a Canadian hostage by Abu Sayyaf in recent months had taken place. A Philippines military spokesman said earlier a severed head had been found near a Catholic cathedral on a remote southern island late on Monday.
Hall was taken captive by the militants with three others from an upscale resort on Samal island, hundreds of miles east of Jolo.
Trudeau told reporters that "Canada holds the terrorist group who took Mr Hall hostage fully responsible for this coldblooded and senseless murder". He said Sunday's attack on a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida, and the killing of Hall "serve as devastating reminders for all of us, the vicious acts of hatred and violence cannot be tolerated in any form".
Abu Sayyaf, based in the south of the mainly Roman Catholic Philippines, is known for kidnapping, beheadings and extortion. Security is precarious in the southern Philippines despite a 2014 peace pact between the government and the largest Muslim rebel group that ended 45 years of conflict. In Manila, President-elect Rodrigo Duterte's national security adviser said Duterte's new government, which takes charge on June 30, would "take a stronger action against lawlessness in the south". Abu Sayyaf had initially demanded 1 billion pesos ($21.6 million) each for the detainees, but it lowered the ransom to 300 million pesos each early this year. Intelligence reports indicated Hall had been beheaded 10 minutes after a 3 pm deadline lapsed in the mountains outside Jolo's Patikul town. Some bungling boating by a group of landlubber drug smugglers led to New Zealand's largest ever haul of methamphetamine, with their fumbling efforts arousing the suspicion of locals, police said Tuesday. The 494 kilogram haul, with a street value of $347 million, is the largest ever in New Zealand, eclipsing in a single swoop the entire amount of ice seized in the South Pacific nation last year (334 kilograms). Police said locals found an abandoned boat at remote 90 Mile Beach on Sunday and also reported a group of men had been acting suspiciously in the area in recent weeks. They said the men, whose nationalities were not given, had been unsuccessfully trying to launch boats off the beach, then offering locals large amounts of cash to help them. When police went to recover the boat, a vehicle used by the group drove past and was stopped after a brief chase. A short time later, a campervan driven by a third man, aged 19, was stopped and a search found multiple suitcases containing zip-lock bags full of drugs totaling 448kg. Police also found a handheld GPS device in the first vehicle which had coordinates leading to some sand dunes, where officers on Monday dug up a further 46 kg of drugs. Police said they were working with customs to determine where the methamphetamine came from. The three men appeared in court Tuesday charged with importing and possessing class A drugs for supply.
Crowds flocked to vigils around the world on Monday in shock at the shooting of dozens of Florida clubgoers in the deadliest attack on the gay communities. In Orlando, mourners piled bouquets around a makeshift memorial, and people broke down in tears and held their hands to their faces while passing through the growing collection of flowers, candles and signs about a kilometer from the site of the massacre.
Meanwhile, thousands lined the streets in the central London district of Soho, long a hub for the gay community in the United Kingdom, bursting into chants of "we're here, we're queer, we will not live in fear" under rainbow flags. A policeman at the scene estimated the crowd at between 5,000 and 7,000 strong, as other rallies took place in cities from Berlin to Bangkok.
The crowd in London released 49 brightly colored balloons into the sky for each one of the victims of the massacre. In Australia, the landmark Sydney Harbour Bridge was lit with the rainbow colors of the gay community flag as hundreds gathered to condemn terror and homophobia. And in the Netherlands, the first country to legalize same-sex marriage, hundreds gathered at Amsterdam's "Homomonument", composed of three pink triangles, designed to commemorate gay men and women who have been persecuted because of their sexuality. The Eiffel Tower was lit up in rainbow colors and the colors of the US flag in solidarity, as the city still reels from November jihadist attacks in which 130 people were killed. The gunman who launched the worst terror attack on US soil since Sept 11, 2001 attacks was self-radicalized by online extremist propaganda, officials said, amid reports he was a club regular. US investigators believe that Omar Mateen was a "lone wolf" inspired by Islamist propaganda to carry out what President Barack Obama dubbed "an act of terror and an act of hate".
In a twist to the story, some people said Mateen, 29, had been a regular at the club, media reported. Another club regular, Kevin West, told the Los Angeles Times that Mateen messaged him on and off for a year using a gay chat app. A friend of Amanda Alvear, a victim of the mass shooting at a nightclub in Orlando, Florida, holds up her photo at a memorial service on Monday. From all over the world, people come to Florida's theme parks to enjoy themselves and to escape from reality, if just for a few hours. But around 2 am on Sunday, police say, Omar Mateen entered the Pulse club, a gay venue, with a rifle and pistol and opened fire. Not long before the Pulse incident, 22-year-old singer Christina Grimmie, a former contestant on NBC's The Voice, was shot dead while signing autographs.
Laura Hakami of Norton, England, said her family had saved 3 years for their dream vacation to the Magic Kingdom.
Tammy Harris hugs her daughter, Anabelle, 4, as they prepare to enter Disney World's Magic Kingdom at Lake Buena Vista, Florida, on Monday. Pakistan is considering buying used F-16 fighter jets from Jordan, media reported on Tuesday, after a plan to buy eight of the aircraft from the United States fell through because of the refusal of the US Congress to finance the deal. The EU's top court on Tuesday backed United Kingdom's right to limit child benefits to European migrants, a hot-button issue in the country's referendum on its future in the European Union next week. Greek police on Tuesday cleared two more improvised migrant camps near its border with Macedonia, moving occupants to state-run facilities, officials said. A riot and fire erupted late on Monday at a prison in a Mexico City suburb, prompting authorities to send in hundreds of police and firefighters to restore order.
Italy's controversial former prime minister Silvio Berlusconi underwent cardiac surgery after a heart attack that his doctor said could have killed the 79-year-old.
The operation lasted for four hours and Berlusconi will be in intensive care for two days after that. A woman has been killed by a crocodile in Myanmar's delta region but her remains have not been recovered, media reported on Tuesday. President Francois Hollande held a top-level security meeting after the overnight attack, which took place as France was on high alert for the Euro 2016 football championships. Sources close to the investigation identified the suspect, who was killed in a police operation, as Larossi Abballa, 25.
He stabbed the policeman repeatedly outside his home in Magnanville, a northwestern suburb of Paris, before holing up inside with the policeman's partner and the couple's 3-year-old son. Loud detonations were heard at the scene as elite RAID police moved in following failed negotiations with the attacker. Officers found the woman's body after they stormed the house, and her attacker was killed during the assault, Interior Ministry spokesman Pierre-Henry Brandet said.
The couple's toddler son was "in shock but unharmed", a prosecutor added, saying the boy was receiving medical attention. Sources close to the inquiry, speaking on condition of anonymity, said he claimed allegiance to IS group while talking to officers.
If it is confirmed IS group was behind the murders, it would be the first militant strike on French soil since the government imposed a state of emergency after multiple attacks on Paris in November that killed 130 people. Abballa, the sources said, had been sentenced in 2013 to a three-year term, six months of which were suspended, for "criminal association with the aim of preparing terrorist acts", in a trial with seven other defendants. Hollande met at the Elysee presidential palace early on Tuesday with Prime Minister Manuel Valls, Interior Minister Bernard Cazeneuve and Justice Minister Jean-Jacques Urvoas.
In a statement earlier, Hollande said an "odious act" had been committed and vowed to shed all light on the murders. The operation in Magnanville saw police move in quickly to evacuate residents from the neighborhood and block off roads, an AFP journalist saw. But the negotiations were "unsuccessful" and authorities decided to launch an assault around midnight, he added. The killing came after a gunman claiming to be acting in the name of IS shot dead 49 people at a gay nightclub in Orlando, Florida on Sunday in the worst mass shooting in US history. The Indonesian capital's reputation as one of the most congested cities is typically not an advantage with investors. The ride-hailing apps that are now part of daily life from New York to New Delhi and London are usually used to summon cars. In hindsight, the Go-Jek mobile app for hailing rides on motorcycles, to dodge and weave through traffic, was a no-brainer.
Makarim said Jakarta's carmageddon had arrived at a "pain point" of huge unmet demand for a solution. Florian Hoppe, a partner at consulting company Bain who specializes in technology, said Go-Jek's approach is "fairly unique" but fits the situation in Jakarta and other Indonesian cities where service businesses are hobbled by transportation problems. Like elsewhere, ride hailing apps are drawing an angry backlash from taxi drivers as their incomes drop. Go-Jek said it has more than 200,000 drivers around Indonesia but the pain for taxis seems most acute in Jakarta, where all the ride hailing services are battling fiercely for customers, pushing fares to rock bottom. Since a Go-Jek trip within the city costs only about 12,000 rupiah (90 cents) outside of peak hours, the company is burning through its investment cash because in Jakarta the fares are lower than what it pays drivers. Yet the apps have proven so useful to people in a city where officials estimate congestion causes losses of $3 billion a year that attempts to ban them on the basis of claims of unfair competition have failed. Singapore on Monday crushed and burned almost eight metric tons of ivory confiscated over two years to try to deter smugglers.
An aid group said 4,000 more people have fled the Islamic State-held city of Fallujah in Iraq after government forces retook a key road to the IS stronghold over the weekend.
Rayani Air, Malaysia's first Islamic-compliant airline, has been shut down, regulators said on Monday, months after it was suspended from flying for breaching aviation regulations.
Oscar Pistorius is a "broken" man who should be hospitalised with depression, a South African court heard on Monday, as the Paralympic athlete faced a return to jail for murdering his girlfriend three years ago.
At least 11 people were killed in India's eastern state of Bihar due to thunderstorm and rains, officials said on Monday. US anti-terror strategy came under fresh scrutiny after a gunman previously cleared of jihadist ties launched a hate-fueled rampage in a Florida gay club that left 50 dead.
As the worst mass shooting in the country's modern history erupted on Sunday, Orlando police blasted their way into the Pulse nightspot and shot the attacker dead. The assault triggered grief but also defiance in the gay and lesbian community, and more than 100,000 marched in a planned Los Angeles Gay Pride parade.
Family and friends of victims trapped in the nightclub waited anxiously on Monday to find out whether their loved ones were among the 50 people killed and 53 wounded in shooting. They waited for news outside a center in Orlando where authorities were gathering details about people still missing.
Maribel Mejia, 42, got good news about one friend, who sought cover during the shooting and escaped. The FBI said that 29-year-old Omar Mateen had previously been investigated - but cleared - for ties to a US suicide bomber. Special Agent Ronald Hopper also said Mateen was reported to have made a 911 call pledging allegiance to the Islamic State group shortly before the massacre.
Meanwhile, the IS-linked news agency Amaq said without providing evidence that one of its fighters carried out the attack. But the group, which has previously been a conduit for IS statements, cited only "a source", leading experts to doubt the claim. Mateen was born to Afghan parents in New York in 1986 and lived in Port St Lucie, Florida, about a two-hour drive from Orlando. The suspect's ex-wife, who divorced him in 2011, told reporters he had been violently abusive to her but was not especially religious. But the FBI's Hopper told reporters Mateen's behavior had raised red flags well before Sunday's attack. In 2013 he was investigated by the bureau after making inflammatory comments to co-workers that suggested terrorist ties. President Xi Jinping on Monday called his US counterpart Barack Obama to offer condolences over the deadly shooting in Orlando, Florida. On behalf of the Chinese government and the Chinese people, Xi expressed deep sympathy and sincere condolences to Obama, the US government and the US people. At least 50 people were killed and 53 others wounded early on Sunday in a mass shooting at a popular gay nightclub in Orlando.
Presidential candidates Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton adjusted their presidential politicking on Sunday, offering prayers and support to the victims.
Trump has proposed temporarily barring all foreign Muslims from entering the country and has advocated using water-boarding and other harsh interrogation methods. Mina Justice was sound asleep when she received the first text from her son, Eddie Justice, who was in the gay nightclub when a gunman opened fire, leaving 50 dead.
On Monday, the City of Orlando released names and ages of 23 victims and Eddie Justice's name was on the list. Many have heard of the grandeur of the annual Great Wildebeest Migration in East Africa, while every year around early June, a similar massive migration of cows and dairy farmers takes place in New Zealand, in which thousands of households join the traffic with their herds, in trucks or on foot, to move to new properties.

As the hallmark of the Kiwi farming culture, the so-called "Gypsy Day" often falls on May 31 or June 1 as farms change hands and sharemilkers take up new contracts from the end of May. A farm owner introduces management skills to visitors in New Zealand's South Island on May 26, 2016.
Apart from lease changes, the cows generally are entering the dry-up period during which they commonly stop lactating for 60 days until delivery. The Hamish and Mike Ryan farm, which is located around 120 km south of the tourist city of Queenstown, is a partner and shareholder of New Zealand's largest meat processor Silver Fern Farms.
The dry-up period is a phenomenon of nature, but an almost unified milking period is a result of technical intervention. As the classes begins, their teacher, a cybernetic 8-bit bunny named Center, explains that in order to graduate from their academics, they must collect 100 medals. This whole topic is a mine field, so join us as we discuss this strange as hell history of the Lara-Su Chronicles.
Oh, and we also have a really heart felt email from a listener who isn’t having a great time, and things get emotional. They are most commonly known to hide under bridges, and since roughly the 2000’s have found access to the internet. Kevin, Donnie and Cat delve through episode 38 of Sonic Boom today while also looking up some out of date TVtropes! Let me just explain that I am 28 and when I was a teenager, the community looked very different. OH and this is an Uncle Poxxy you don’t wanna miss, complete with a VERY SPECIAL CALL IN.
You can find it at digital retailers and if you're in Havana I bet they'll be selling in hard-copy at the concert. The second and final show in this mini-tour will be on May 8th at Symphony Space in New York City. After carefully choosing and integrating each component through months of rehearsal and touring, he takes to the stage with the steely control and yet reckless abandon of a Formula 1 racecar driver.
But like an engine, a great band also needs spark plugs – one or more explosive musicians who add bursts of creativity and unpredictable surges of adrenaline and aggressivity at just the right times. Ned Sublette’s liner notes alone make it worth acquiring this one the old-fashioned way. Issac is famous for his improvisation and his ability to soar over some of the greatest rhythm sections in Cuban music history and as we all know, PMG makes the short list in that particularly category. Timbalive will also - as they do each year - play their own show of original material Sunday night to close the festival.
The Carnaval includes concerts by FClan on Friday and Jose Torres y Salsa Tropical featuring Mayito Rivera on Saturday. Six out of the seven were members of Septeto Nacional, but because of visa problems of their tres player, Iván Camblor, band leader, composer and tres player played with the group. In 2008 he also released four songs under the name El Expresso de Cuba, but Aisar stayed with Revé until December 2015 when he announced he would finally start his own band. On his visit in October, Xi reportedly indicated to Cameron that China would prefer the UK to remain in the EU - a position later confirmed in a Foreign Ministry statement.
Of the 26 Chinese businesses included, 29 percent said a Brexit (a name coined by the British media) would have a very negative impact on their company's future investment decisions, 21 percent said the impact would be fairly negative, 39 percent said it would have no effect and 11 percent did not know. Britain faces a general election in 2020 and Cameron has previously said he would not serve a third term.
Cameron led a business delegation to China in 2013 when he spoke of lifting the "bamboo curtain" of European trade barriers to China. Although Britain had a surplus with China in the services sector, this was countered by a deficit in the trade of goods. His predecessor quit over a funding scandal just months after the Japanese capital won hosting rights. Officers arrived and arrested a man who turned out to be former Public Works Secretary Jose Lopez. Other money had been taken to the monastery kitchen and some was found in the trunk of a car. Analysts say that has emboldened judges who are now freer to pursue sensitive cases against the former leader and her friends without fear of retribution.
The millionaire businessman, who got public works contracts under both presidents, is accused of embezzling and laundering about $5 million. Koirala then invited Kami to his school, which provided the grandfather with stationary and a school uniform including gray trousers, blue striped tie and white shirt. Once they do find a suitable partner, it is generally for life, although even in the forests the couples will generally only reproduce every two years. When released, they have been shot after getting too close to communities that are in or near the diminishing forests. Killing one is punishable by a maximum 12-year prison term and a 1 million-peso ($21,000) fine, but shooters are rarely caught.
She said four had been brought back to the center after sustaining injuries while the others were confirmed or presumed dead. But she also told the FBI she once drove him to the Pulse nightclub because he wanted to scope it out, the network said. Since the shooting, Trump criticized Obama for not using the term "radical Islamic terrorism" to describe violent Islamist militants. It will involve troops on rotation, warehoused equipment and a highly mobile force backed by NATO's 40,000-strong rapid reaction unit.
NATO says it is respecting a 1997 agreement with Moscow not to deploy substantial combat forces on Russia's borders.
Acting on a tip-off, the police raided a house of a businessman in Istanbul and confiscated the artifact, the agency said late on Monday. Law enforcement officials were hunting for the unidentified 2-year-old, grabbed by an alligator at the Seven Seas Lagoon at 9:20 pm on the grounds of Disney's Grand Floridian Resort and Spa, the Orange County Sheriff's Office said. A total of $8.86 million in funding has been allocated toward detailed planning and design for renewal of the iconic site. The 1,109-carat diamond, shown to British media on Tuesday, was uncovered last November in Botswana by Canadian mining company Lucara Diamond Corp. The government said it would pay Teina Pora $$1.8 million and also issued him a formal apology. The biscuit-sized remains are unlike any other meteorite found on Earth to date, and may shed light on the history and formation of our Solar System, they reported in the journal Nature Communications.
Next week, a delegation organized by Airlines for America, the industry's main trade and lobby group, will also head to the island nation. When flying the route on behalf of a charter company, the airlines don't have to worry about selling tickets or dealing with many of the logistical challenges. But the construction of the city, located about 40 kilometers north of Jerusalem, has repeatedly stalled due to political obstacles. The organized layout and modern facilities are in jarring contrast to chaotic Palestinian towns and villages in the area. Under interim accords reached two decades ago, the Palestinian government now rules about a third of the territory.
A pipeline, which passes through the same area, brings in 300 cubic meters of water a day - insufficient for the residents as well as the construction that's under way. Masri said his next battle is to triple both the width of the seven-meter road and the water supply. Its arrival is eagerly awaited by hundreds of millions of subsistence farmers across the country, and delays can ruin crops or exacerbate drought.
With the backslapping continuing, the irate priest put the gospel down and unleashed on the brother. He told the state-run Cyprus News Agency that the backslapping custom, dating from Ottoman times, doesn't befit the island's Orthodox Christian traditions. Another Canadian who was held captive, former mining executive John Ridsdel, was executed by the group in April. Seven-year-old son Jackson had his heart set on Space Mountain; his 4-year-old sister, Anabelle, was hoping to meet her namesake from Beauty and the Beast. And then, just a few miles away, there was another superlative: The deadliest mass shooting in modern US history. They live in Aurora, Colorado, where a man dressed in black body armor rampaged through a movie theater in July 2012, killing 12 and wounding 70 others. That's what she'll think about as she remembers this trip, she said as she slathered her daughter with sunscreen in the Magic Kingdom's parking lot. In 2015, a record 66 million people visited Orlando, making it the most visited tourist destination in the US. They followed the news all day on Sunday, but they never even considered not going to park on Monday. Some of Pakistan's fleet of F-16 jets are due to be decommissioned in the next few years and the government said it needs the aircraft to fight Islamist militants in remote mountains near Afghanistan. The European Commission, the executive arm of the 28-nation bloc, had challenged London's right to deny some EU migrants access to social benefits for children on the grounds that they did not have lawful "right of residence". Police in Thessaloniki said the operation was ongoing in the makeshift camps, which had formed around a highway motel and a nearby petrol station. The fire was extinguished and there were no reports of casualties at the Barrientos prison, officials said. The victim, 29, was believed to be swallowed by the crocodile when she was cleaning a bucket in a river during the weekend. But one company has become the country's most visible technology success with an app that relieves some of the pain of its maddening traffic. Jakarta, the world's sixth-largest urban sprawl and by some measures the most car-clogged, needed something different. In March, a protest by thousands of taxi drivers that paralyzed the capital turned violent, with cabbies brawling in the streets with green-jacketed drivers from Go-Jek and Grab. It was the fist time seized ivory had been destroyed in the country, the Agri-Food and Veterinary Authority said.
The Norwegian Refugee Council, which works with refugees and internally displaced Iraqis, said on Monday that this brings the total number of residents who have fled Fallujah since the Iraqi offensive to retake the city started in late May to 27,580. The carrier launched only in December with Muslim flight crew wearing the hijab while non-Muslim members were forbidden from wearing revealing clothing. The double-amputee killed Reeva Steenkamp, a model and law graduate, in the early hours of Valentine's Day in 2013, saying he mistook her for an intruder when he fired four times through the door of his bedroom toilet. But then they infused their sympathy with sharply different statements that favor their White House aspirations, and the presidential race rolled on. On Twitter, he renewed talk of his plan to ban Muslims from the US for an indeterminate time. However, it has triggered a traffic alert from the government, calling for calm and patience from motorists on the roads, as in the past few years. Owners said their milking job was basically suspended after the Gypsy Day, and the farm will only become busy again in late August.
Through adjusting the breeding season of cows, farmers have managed to keep the increase of stock in line with steady grass supply, thus forming a relatively fixated lactation and dry-up period. To celebrate the event announcement, co organiser Adam Tuff joins us for a chat about the past of SoS, why it came back, and what we can look forward to this August! For their first lesson, Center sends the girls into the world of Virtua Fighter, where they are confronted by Akira Yuki. Until we return to normal routines next week, we thought it was a perfect chance to catch up with the talented Jim Sass.
Tomorrow Maykel B and the boys will be at the "I am Cuban All Star Festival" in Corfu, Greece and they will be in my own town of Stockholm, Sweden this Friday May 27th where they will appear with our own Calle Real! Enjoy the video and get ready to catch the band live on their European tour, which begins in Rome on May 20th. Far too many jazz and Latin recordings of recent years suffer from what I call DTS: Dream Team Syndrome.
Birthed through a process of hundreds of gigs at a small mid-town Manhattan restaurant called Guantanamera, PMG was not a big engine stripped down for better mileage; it was a new kind of vehicle, built from the ground up to produce even more explosive energy at a fraction of the decibel level and with a clarity and precision of interlocking parts impossible with a 14-piece orquesta. PMG is precisely the type of hyper-creative and wildly improvisational but rock solid rhythm section that Issac has spent his career soaring over. The band is also planning a tour of the US later this year, so stay tuned for more information. El lanzamiento tendra lugar en un evento especial desde la Tropicana Varadero, en vivo por TV Cubana. The program airs every Monday night in the Americas (Tuesday morning in Europe and Africa) on WBCQ, 7.490 MHz on shortwave (it also streams on the Internet during the hour of the broadcast). Calixto has put together a team of ten musicians to offer the City of Angles an authentic taste of what timba was like when the Havana scene was at it's most creative.
Iván, who is originally from Cuba, lives in the San Francisco Bay Area and leads a local son group, Pellejo Seco. Fernandez has been included in investigations involving allegations of money laundering and possible illegal enrichment.
Prosecutors began looking into Baez after a 2013 journalistic investigation named him as Kirchner's figurehead in an elaborate scheme. The dagger, studded with sapphires, emeralds and diamonds, was looted from Gadhafi's palace during the Libyan unrest, it added. The compensation would be the highest ever paid by the South Pacific nation for a wrongful conviction. And solutions need to be found rapidly - airlines must start flights within three months of being granted a route by the US government. The terminal currently used by US-bound charter flights has a tiny departure lobby and overflowing baggage belts.
The US Department of Transportation said on Friday that six airlines have been selected for routes to nine Cuban cities other than Havana. And scientists say they may also become even more erratic with increasing climate change and even air pollution.
Some 150 relatives of inmates, some in tears, stood near the prison awaiting for news while police officers cordoned off the area. The region was famous for crocodile hatching camps and mangrove forests which have grown along the riverside.
The app's name is a play on "ojek", the Indonesian word for freelance motorcycle taxis, now a rare sight in Jakarta after many drivers joined Go-Jek's green-jacketed, GPS-coordinated ranks. Previous hauls were returned to the originating country, donated to museums or kept for education.
I am one of them," she said, adding a call to keep assault weapons out of the hands of "terrorists or other violent criminals".
Jim founded Sasso Studios (currently uploading videogame fun on youtube) and made the hugely popular Return To Little Planet short film.
The band will play 12 gigs so check out their updated list of tour dates to find a concert near you. I also want to give a special thanks to Roberto Ruiz for allowing us to use some of his photos to bring some visuals to the interview.
It's a lot of money." He did not give an exact amount because the money was still being counted. A decision is expected later this summer on the more-coveted - and contested - routes to Havana. And all the workers are government employees, leading airlines to question if they will have a dedicated staff who can be trained in their policies and computer programs.
The last round of peace talks broke down two years ago, and prospects for resuming negotiations - much less reaching an agreement - are dim. He said although the priest hastily abandoned the ceremony after the kerfuffle, the couple did receive a marriage certificate. The monsoon period which brings about 80 percent of annual rainfall in India begins in June and lasts until September. Is it really an average game that combined with being the first “next gen” Sonic, and over hyped by the fans, just led to a heightened disappointment? Fansites other than the top tier have died out, forums are barely existent like they use to be. Tuve la oportunidad de conocerlo, grabar una entrevista y escuchar su música en diciembre.
Is that the community has died, due to things like “glory” years of Sonic going and kids now growing up with games like Rise of Lyric, or is just the community does need to exist in the form it use to?
In the meantime you can enjoy a little concert video of both bands performing songs from their new CDs.
Special guests include Juan Carlos Alfonso, Issac Delgado, Mayito Rivera, Mandy Cantero, Paulo FG, Haila, Christian & Rey, David Blanco and Grupo Moncada.
There are two very different opinions this episode, we would love to know where you side on this discussion!

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