Experts say there aren’t enough bees in our ecosystem — a problem the Hamilton Port Authority is trying to solve. The organization has partnered with Humble Bee, a Hamilton-based urban beekeeping company, to install a bee yard on the city’s waterfront.Twelve boxes will be installed on the land, each of them separated into three miniature hives that will each carry about 500 bees. The project’s goal is to provide food and shelter for pollinator bees in the area, which will in turn provide a breeding ground for local honeybees.“The port lands … offer ideal conditions for honeybee breeding, and the establishment of new ‘queendoms’, as we’ve been calling them,” said Sharon Clark, the Hamilton Port Authority’s Community Relations Manager, in a statement.Additionally, because the area is isolated from other hives, beekeepers will be better able to track and control the genetics of both the queen bees and the drones they mate with.Beekeeper Dan Douma of Humble Bee said the major losses in the bee population are largely due to chronic exposure to insecticide. The most commonly used farming pesticides, neonicotinoids, often affect much more than the intended area, he said.“It’s not a spray, like most people think about when they think about pesticide,” Douma said. “It’s a systemic, so it’s actually coating the seeds before they are planted.”Pesticides of this kind are so commonly used that they can even be found in some of the flowers homeowners plant specifically to attract bees. Douma said he would encourage people to ask about pesticides before purchasing outdoor plants.Neonicotinoids contain a neurotoxin that attacks bees’ neural functions, making it hard for them to adapt to changing conditions like cold weather. Douma believes that’s what causes so many winter losses in the bee population.That poses a significant problem, because he says pollination by honeybees is a crucial part of food production.When it comes to pollinating large crops, “the honeybee is the only pollinator that’s up the task,” Douma said. Bumblebees, for instance, “simply don’t have the workforce to pollinate 100 acres of apple trees that are in full bloom all at once,” he said.“You need honeybees to do that kind of work.”The port land project will accelerate the breeding process, adding more honeybees to the ecosystem. It will also allow beekeepers in other parts of Ontario, and elsewhere in the country, to “get good local queen stock for their own beekeeping operations,” said beekeeper Luc Peters, the other half of Humble Bee.Both Douma and Peters said they would encourage people who are afraid of bees to reconsider.“Honeybees often get a bad reputation because they get confused with yellow-jacket wasps,” Douma says. But he explains that honeybees “get all their nectar from flowers that they turn into honey. They really have no interest in anything other than flowers.”He says it’s very rare for honeybees to sting people, and they only do it if they feel threatened.“Bees are really gentle,” he says. “The last thing they ever want to do is sting someone.”
Rabat – Spanish police arrested today, September 4 Moroccan athlete, Jaouad Tougane, for alleged robbery. The athlete was caught in the act four times in the past week, in different shopping centers around the city of Valencia, southeast of Spain.Spanish newspaper Las Provincias reported that the athlete was well known for local police of Valencia. Back in July 2019, Tougane was arrested for the same reason, and then released one day later.“Although he expresses his regret after getting caught by security guards, it is the tenth time that the young Moroccan steals electronics and escapes to sell them later in the streets of Valencia,” explains Las Provincias. “On August 18, the young Moroccan committed two robberies in a few hours in the same shopping center. He stole a Virtual Reality set, then came back the afternoon to steal more electronics,” adds the Spanish newspapers.After his first arrest, Tougane spent one night behind bars, but the police released him the next day. The athlete returned a few days later to the same shopping center where he was arrested and stole clothes and other merchandise to the value of more than €800.The Moroccan athlete could face 6 to 18 months in prison for reoffending.In July, Playas de Castellon Athletics Club expelled Tougane after his involvement in the robberies.Born in Morocco, the 27-year-old athlete has lived in Spain since his childhood. He participated in many athletics competitions. Tougane was the champion of Valencia’s Marathon in 2018. He also participated with Morocco’s national athletics team in the 5000m competitions at the 2016 Rio Olympics.
Insiders hope it will prove competition for the BBC’s long-established version, as ITV experiments with moving its news out of the slot in favour of a new topical entertainment series The Nightly Show.Initially hosted by David Walliams, it will see celebrity guests appear over an eight-week period in which the news will be pushed back to 10.30pm.ITV has insisted it is not a permanent move, but Sky is to take advantage of the opening to launch a rival fronted by Anna Botting and Anna Jones.Unusually, it will eschew an ad break to run for half an hour in the slot, seven days a week. In an email to staff, Cristina Nicolotti Squires, director of content, said: “On Monday night we are launching a new News at 10 programme. A source in the BBC newsroom said that the corporation was not worried by Sky’s new bulletinCredit: Jonathan Brady For years, the battle of the bongs has raged between the big beasts of ITV and the BBC, each vying to win viewers over to their flagship 10pm news slots.This week, Sky News is to make its first foray back to the head-to-head ratings war, as it launches its first appointment-to-view News at 10 in nearly 20 years in the space temporarily vacated by ITV.Sky News staff have been told of a new show, described as “smart, polished and precise”, set to launch on Monday night; the first bespoke half-hour 10pm show on the channel since 1999. Huw Edwards, the BBC News at Ten anchor, said: “I wish Sky well with its new launch. All competition is healthy. And there’s never been a more important time to be offering high-quality, well-researched, trustworthy news services to viewers.”ITV executives have insisted that moving the evening news is only temporary, but journalists in the broadcaster’s newsroom are not convinced that the bulletin will return permanently to the 10pm slot.The newsroom are said to be pinning their hopes on Tom Bradby delivering a timely rebuff to ITV executives, as he is tipped to win the presenter of the year prize at the Royal Television Society’s TV journalism awards, which take place on Wednesday, three days after the bulletin is shunted out of the 10pm slot. The newsreader is up against BBC anchors Emily Maitlis and Victoria Derbyshire. The BBC’s News at Ten is up for the daily news programme of the year award. An ITV News source said: “The channel claimed they would make the show as important to the ITV brand as Downton Abbey, but now they seem intent on pushing the news around.”What is so baffling is that the programme is in good shape but now morale is low and people are wondering if the big name hires like Peston will want to stick around.” A source in the BBC newsroom said that the corporation was not worried by Sky’s new bulletin.”Sky will do extremely well do get even 100,000 viewers,” the source said. “It will no doubt be well produced. The new glass box and reception area backdrop are very disappointing visually but their big screen area is fantastic and I wish we at the BBC had invested in that kind of kit.” David WalliamsCredit: Clara Molden Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Victoria DerbyshireCredit:Geoff Pugh BBC’s Huw Edwards “It will be a smart, polished, precise half-hour, an “appointment to view” programme with its content distilled from the best of Sky News’ journalism across the day.”It is being launched on the day ITV move their late evening news to 10.30. We want Sky’s News at 10 to be seen as an authoritative alternative to the terrestrial news offerings.”The message added: “This is an exciting opportunity at a time that ITV’s scheduling has given us a real opportunity to shine.”Currently, the BBC’s 10pm bulletin typically attracts around 4.1 million viewers, whereas ITV’s News at Ten is seen by around 1.8 million each night.Sky’s audiences are typically far lower, with only around 104,000 viewers currently tuning into the 10pm slot on Sky News.The new show is aimed at changing that, providing an alternative to the BBC in a polished new format.
Dear @nextofficial – why do boys get facts about space, when girls get emotional rubbish emblazoned on them? #everydaysexism @letclothesbe pic.twitter.com/9CIJRDy94T— Emilie K. M. Murphy (@emilieKMmurphy) September 1, 2017 The store is thought to be the first in the country to make the move Credit:John Lewis Other retailers have recently been criticised for selling clothes which campaigners say reinforce damaging gender stereotypes for children. The store has removed “girls” and “boys” labels from its clothesCredit:John Lewis John Lewis has launched a range of gender-neutral children’s clothes, becoming the first retailer in the country to remove “boys” and “girls” labels. The department store said it did not want to “reinforce gender stereotypes” with its childrenswear, which now has unisex labels on all clothing from 0-14 years. School uniforms are still in gender categories but are expected to switch to unisex soon. Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily Front Page newsletter and new audio briefings. Campaign group Let Clothes be Clothes, which highlights gender stereotyping in children’s clothing, is thought to have been consulted by the store before the change, which it said was “fantastic news”. “Higher-end, independent clothing retailers have been more pro-active at creating gender-neutral collections, but we hope unisex ranges will filter down to all price points. We still see many of the supermarkets, for example, using stereotypical slogans on their clothing,” it added. Caroline Bettis, the head of childrenswear at John Lewis said: “We introduced new non-gender specific John Lewis stitched labels and combined “Girls & Boys” swing tags to clothing for John Lewis own label collections in 2016.”In line with this change, our policy is to no longer specify areas or use signage which say “Girls” or “Boys” in our shops.” We do not want to reinforce gender stereotypes within our John Lewis collections and instead want to provide greater choice and variety to our customers, so that the parent or child can choose what they would like to wear.” Last year a video of Daisy Edmonds, 8, criticising Tesco’s children’s range went viral, as she highlighted how the boys’ shirts featured slogans like “Desert adventure awaits”, “Hero” and “Think outside the box” – while the girls’ said “Hey!”, “Beautiful” and “I feel fabulous.”View latest offers from John Lewis
The GOP just gave ExxonMobil a giftLast week, Senate Republicans in the United States voted along party lines to get rid of the Dodd-Frank rule that forces huge oil and gas companies to disclose how much they pay foreign governments while they’re doing business abroad.Now, you can be excused if you feel like the urgency for killing this specific rule seems to have come out of nowhere. Arguments for getting rid of Dodd-Frank — the 2010 legislation meant to help protect taxpayers from another financial crisis — usually involve helping overregulated community banks that can’t lend, or helping small businesses get loans.Secretary of State Rex Tillerson when he was chairman and CEO of Exxon. (REUTERS/Mike Stone/File Photo)The arguments usually do not involve helping massive oil companies like ExxonMobil keep its dealings in foreign countries secret. Yet getting rid of this rule was first on the agenda.“The fact that that’s what they’re singling out for their attack tells you where their agenda is heading. It tells you that they’re not serious about what they say they want to do,” said Michael Barr, a professor of law at the University of Michigan and expert on financial reform. “It’s not that they want to unleash lending in the US, it’s that they want to let Wall Street firms do whatever they want. It’s not helping families or small businesses.”A CEO’s work is never doneIn 2010, as this rule was being written into Dodd-Frank, Tillerson, then the CEO of Exxon, visited Richard Lugar, then the Republican senator from Indiana — one of the rule’s architects — in hopes that it would never see the light of day.According to Politico, Tillerson argued that forcing his company’s dealings with foreign governments into the light would hurt its competitiveness in the market.But Lugar was undeterred. By forcing transparency, he hoped that governments in poor, resource-rich countries would also be forced to give their people a fairer shake. Exxon continued to lobby against the rule. It expressed its displeasure to the Securities and Exchange Commission in a comment letter in March 2016, when Tillerson was still CEO.That aside, it could be considered a political success. After the rule was passed in the US, the European Union, Norway, and Canada followed suit with their own versions. That means a lot of Exxon’s competitors have to disclose to someone, even if not to the US government. Even state-owned Russian firms have to adhere to this rule to operate within the EU.Democratic Rep. Maxine Waters of California pointed all of this out in a statement last week admonishing Republicans for rolling back the rule.“That rule helps fight corruption in the extractive industries sector, provides investors with crucial information on their investments, and enables citizens to demand greater accountability from their governments for spending that serves the public interest,” she said. “It also helps to diminish the political instability in resource-rich countries, which is not only a threat to investment, but also to our own national security.”She also said that non-state actors like ISIS benefit when oil money falls through the cracks, and that resource-rich countries like Venezuela and Angola have become unstable because of corruption and a lack of transparency in their energy sectors. (Business Insider) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedUS helping Guyana write rules to govern multi-billion $$$ transactions – Huffington PostJanuary 19, 2017In “Business”Guyana got “peanuts” for oil as ExxonMobil gains more – JagdeoDecember 29, 2017In “Business”Renegotiating ExxonMobil oil contract may be difficult – Jagdeo assertsJanuary 2, 2018In “Business”
THE REPUTED CHIEF of the Canadian mafia, Vito Rizzuto, was released from prison in the United States today after serving part of a 10 year sentence for racketeering and conspiracy to murder.The 66-year-old Rizzuto was freed from the Florence high security prison in Colorado this morning, said Chris Burke, spokesman for the Federal Bureau of Prisons.The agency had announced on last week that Rizzuto was going to be released, but did not state the reason why.It was not immediately clear whether US immigration authorities had authorised his immediate return to Canada.There were fears his presence in Montreal could reignite a war between the Calabrian Mafia and Rizzuto’s Sicilian clan.Rizzuto was arrested in January 2004 in Montreal, extradited in August 2006, and convicted the following May in a New York court for his role in the 1981 murders of three members of New York’s Bonanno crime family.During his detention in the United States, he made several petitions for early release, most recently in August 2010 before a Colorado court, according to court documents.
There was a point in the North where you had to be careful of which part of town you went into and who you socialised with. But Mensa was completely apolitical.“Nobody cared, nobody asked. It was completely safe.”RefugeIt’s not the only time Mensa has proved to be a refuge and a safe meeting place for people of high IQs, Heaney says.“As a teenager and in my early 20s, I would have found it hard to make friends…probably because I was surrounded by idiots.”The isolation of being of above-average intelligence can be trying, he says – as can the arrogance it can engender, he admits.“In the late 90s I got heavily involved in (Mensa). At this stage now it’s kind of a cornerstone of my social life. I find I’ve developed a lot through it. I think I find it easier to get on with the mainstream through it.”Heaney sees a lot of similar people in Mensa – highly intelligent, but who find it difficult to fit into everyday life.“That’s why a lot of people would join it. They might be the nicest people in the world but they find that they’re square pegs in round holes…they don’t fit in with the bulk of the population.”Rather than being elitist, a lot of the activities Mensans get up to when together are disarmingly normal – charmingly nerdy as well, some might say.Science parties are a fixture, with younger members entertained by explosions and other (safely supervised) experiments. Heaney, who is interested in military technology, had a submarine themed party in his house.“I changed all the lightbulbs to red…my wife downloaded sonar-type sounds, so we had a PC belting them out.”Everyday lifeGetting by from day to day, Heaney says, isn’t necessarily made easier by being intelligent. Not all Mensans are in well-paying jobs. Success, it seems, is determined by other factors than intelligence alone.“There’s shop assistants, surgeons…and there’s people who are unemployed.”His own work life hasn’t always gone to plan either, he says.“I wouldn’t be particularly successful in my chosen career. I’m an electronic engineer. You wouldn’t have too many dopes with engineering degrees, but I could have done way better if I’d made better choices.” There’s guys who are less capable than me…who would be more successful than me for different reasons.On the outsideHeaney says that Mensans can be isolated in the wider world. Some members in the area he looks after, sparsely populated West Cork, face this issue more than others.“You are kind of out there at the end of the graph…people are starting to think that those with high IQs have special needs, the same way people at the other end of it do.”Working within the confines of daily life can sometimes feel like being on the outside and looking in. Rules might seem foolish, and it can make Heaney impatient and frustrated.“On the small micro scale you can influence things and change them, but on the macro scale it’s headwrecking.” IRELAND, BELIEVE IT or not, has one of the highest proportions of Mensa members per capita in the world.The reasons for this are just as interesting as the statistic itself, according to one of Mensa Ireland’s main organisers.Gerard Heaney says that a large proportion of Irish Mensans, which is an all-island organisation, are based in the North.Of these members, many joined during the 70s and 80s.“That was linked to the Troubles”, Heaney explains.“It was non-political and you were pretty safe in it. Nobody was asking which side are you on.” Sometimes I ignore the rules. Sometimes I make the decision, because my attitude is that if you understand why the rule is there then you can choose to ignore them.There, he admits, comes the arrogance again.As he’s gotten older, he’s been able to deal with the frustrations more, thanks partly to being in Mensa, he says.For more information and to find out about joining, visit www.mensa.ie.Read: How fake ‘celebrity geniuses’ fooled the internet>Read: How are gifted young people cared for in Ireland?>
Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagram Australia is becoming more linguistically diverse, but the number of third and second generation Australians who speak more languages other than English at home is decreasing.Recent census data shows a rapid decline in popular languages such as Greek and Italian. The seminar, titled “The Greek language in Australia: past, present and future – challenges and perspectives”, aims to analyse the problem at 2pm on 26 May.The event is being hosted as part of the “Speak Greek in March … but beyond it too” campaign. The aim of the seminar is, on one hand to examine the problems, the challenges and the current reality that the Greek language faces in the Diaspora and on the other hand, to look into future activities, innovations and ideas of educators, organisations and individuals, who are interested in promoting and retaining the Greek language.READ MORE: Free app by teen entrepreneur/whiz kid teaches children the Greek languageConsequently, emphasis will be given to identifying solutions, exploring ideas for improvement and generally investigating ways to keep the Greek language alive in Australia.The program is as follows:2:00 – 2:05 Introduction: Mike Zafiropoulos AM, JP, “We Speak Greek in March… but beyond it too”2:05 – 2:25 First SessionCurrent state of affairs, trends, experiences of other similar countries of the Diaspora, perspectivesChair: Mike Zafiropoulos AM, JPIntroductory video by George Mpampiniotis, Professor of Linguistics and former Chancellor of the National Kapodistrian University of AthensSpeaker: Dr Vrasidas Karalis, Professor, Department of Modern Greek, University of Sydney2:25 – 2:35 Discussion2:35 – 3:25 Second SessionRole of Greek language schools and other educational organisations, support of Australian/Greek governments, challenges, suggestions for improvements, innovations, cooperation, coordination, experiences of other language communitiesChair: Dr Thanasis SpiliasSpeakers: Dr Chris Fifis- Research Associate, La Trobe University; Dr Georgia Nikolaidou- Greek Consul of Educational Affairs, Australia and New Zealand; Tassos Douvartzides- Chair, Community Languages Australia; Iacovos Garivaldis OAM- Chair, Association of Greek language and Culture Schools; Manos Tsimpragos- Principle of the Greek Language Schools, Greek Community; Yiannis Kostarakis- Principle, Greek School “Nestoras”; Chris Zografos-Teacher, Thornbury High School3:25 – 3:35 Discussion3:35 – 4:05 Third SessionParticular experiences of Day Schools, Greek language in the School’s curriculum, contribution to the retention and promotion of the GreekChair: Kyriakos Amanatidis OAMSpeakers: Dr Vivianne Nikou- Principal, Alphington Grammar School; Ms Agatha Anamourlis– Head of Junior School, St John’s Greek Orthodox College; Ms Kiki Kousourakis- Head of LOTE, Oakleigh Grammar4:05 – 4:15 Discussion4.15 – 4.35 Coffee Break4:35 – 5:00 Fourth SessionParticular experiences of Greek Community Media, contribution to the retention and promotion of the Greek languageChair: John Pandazopoulos- General Secretary, Hellenic Interparliamentary Association, former Victorian Government MinisterSpeakers: Ross Alatzas- General manager, 3XY/ Ta Nea; Sotiris Hatzimanolis– Editor-in-Chief, Neos Kosmos; Themis Kallos– Executive Producer, SBS Radio, Greek Program5:00 – 5:10 Discussion5:10 – 5:35 Fifth SessionParticular experiences of individuals (such as descendants of mixed marriages), Greek and non Greek students of the Greek language, the role of parents and grandparentsChair: Cathy Alexopoulos OAM- President, Greek Australian Cultural League of MelbourneSpeakers: Ms Tammy Iliou– 2nd generation mother, Fotios Tsiouklas– 18-year old app producer; Ms Vasso Zangali- mixed marriage descendant mother; Katrina Zika- non-Greek background student of Greek; Grigorios Bairamis– grandfather; Ioanna Liakakou- grandmother5:35 – 5:45 Discussion5:45 – 6:25 Sixth SessionFuture perspectives, funding, role of providers and community organizations, the possibility of creating a Hellenic Language Foundation, cooperation with other language minorities, pertinent proposals for the strengthening of the Greek languageChair: Dr Dimitrios Gonis– Lecturer, Greek Studies Program, La Trobe UniversitySpeakers: Dean Kalimniou- lawyer, journalist, poet; Dr Stephie Nikoloudis- Coordinator, Greek Studies Program, La Trobe University; Dr Maria Herodotou- Research Associate, La Trobe University; Dr Nick Dallas– Education Committee, Greek Community of Melbourne; Dr Dimitrios Salambasis– Director, Master of FinTech, Swinburne University6:25 – 6:35 Discussion6:35 – 6:45 Synopsis: Professor Vrasidas Karalis, Department of Modern Greek, University of SydneyChallenges and perspectivesDate: Sunday, 26 May, 2:00 pm (within the framework of the Campaign “Speak Greek in March … but beyond it too”)Venue: Mezzanine, Greek Centre, 168 Lonsdale St, Melbourne
Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp By: Kathryn Campbell (BIS)Photo Captions: Scenes from the General Equivalency Diploma Graduation Ceremony. (BIS Photos/Raymond A. Bethel Sr.) Facebook Twitter Google+LinkedInPinterestWhatsApp#Bahamas, October 27, 2017 – Nassau – Eighty-seven adults from inner-city communities in New Providence were recognized for successfully completing the General Equivalency Diploma (GED), a series of tests designed to measure proficiency which allows students to earn their high school equivalency credentials. The graduates received their diplomas during a special service at Salem Union Baptist Church, Taylor Street, on Sunday, October 22, 2017.The GED programme is a jointly sponsored venture by the Ministry of Social Services and Urban Development along with corporate sponsors including Atlantic College and various churches. The theme for the service was ‘Global Competence for an Inter-Connected World’.In her remarks, the Hon. Lanisha Rolle, Minister of Social Services and Urban Development, said the Government has made a decision to marry the work of Social Services and Urban Renewal to produce an “holistic” empowerment programme designed to achieve the socio-economic development of its people.“This marriage, designed in paradise, has a built-in preventative measure and self-help component. While Social Services ensures those in need maintain an acceptable standard of living Urban Renewal executes on one end of its spectrum, programmes that will ensure needed citizens receive skills and competencies necessary to prevent our people from relying solely on the government for assistance, and on the other end of the spectrum, for our clients to be given opportunities to achieve or return to a state of independence.”Minister Rolle said the redefined mission of Urban Renewal is to “Transform the physical environment of our heritage and over-the-hill communities through the delivery of empowerment programmes and social initiatives designed to develop urban environs and revitalize inner-city spaces across the length and breadth of The Bahamas.”She reminded the graduates that the benefit of education has and will always outweigh the burden, and challenged them to go a little further, take their studies a little higher, extend themselves a little longer and make their life a journey of good choices.“You have attained some of the knowledge and skills needed to enter the competitive world of work and beyond. You have been certified to function as an effective part of the workforce on a national level and, of course, you can choose to continue your studies with the University of the Bahamas, Bahamas Technical and Vocational Institute and other private institutions all designed to equip you to excel in your endeavours.”The subjects covered were Science, Mathematics, Social Studies, Reading and Writing. The students honed in on topics including life skills, personal development, entrepreneurial studies and effective oral communication. The students were presented with plaques, trophies and certificates for their achievements. Related Items:
US secretary of the treasury Steven Mnuchin talks to Financial Action Task Force president Marshall Billingslea as they pose for the official photo at the G20 Meeting of Finance Ministers in Buenos Aires, Argentina on 21 July. Photo: ReutersUS treasury secretary Steven Mnuchin on Saturday urged China and the EU to respect “free, fair and reciprocal trade” as his French counterpart fired back that the US needs to “see sense” amid fears of a global commerce conflict.Mnuchin arrived in Buenos Aires for the Group of 20 summit of finance ministers and central bankers at the end of a week in which US president Donald Trump ramped up his inflammatory remarks and threats regarding global trade.But far from backing down on Trump’s outbursts, in which he described China, the EU and Russia as trade “foes,” Mnuchin backed his president, in particular over a threat to hammer China with punitive tariffs on the entirety of the $500 billion in goods it exports to the US.“It is definitely a realistic possibility, so I wouldn’t minimize the possibility. We’ve been very clear with our objectives,” Mnuchin told reporters ahead of the start of the two-day G20 summit that brings together the world’s 20 leading economies.“We share a desire to have a more balanced relationship and the balanced relationship is by us selling more goods (to China).”The US trade in goods deficit with China stood at almost $376 billion in 2017.Mnuchin said China must “open up their markets so we can compete fairly,” although he insisted that to do so would be “a tremendous opportunity for us and a tremendous opportunity for China.”The brewing global trade conflict was always expected to dominate talks in the Argentine capital and Mnuchin made no secret that it is the US’s top priority.Turning to the EU, Mnuchin said it would have to make considerable concessions in order for there to be a free-trade agreement with the US.“My message is pretty clear, it’s the same message the president delivered at the G7: if Europe believes in free trade, we’re ready to sign a free trade agreement with no tariffs, no non-tariff barriers and no subsidies. It has to be all three.”Only losersFrance’s finance and economy minister Bruno Le Maire hit back, urging the US to “see sense.”“This trade war will produce only losers, it will destroy jobs and put pressure on global growth,” Le Maire told AFP.“We call on the United States to see sense, to respect the rules of multilateralism and to respect their allies.”Trump’s protectionist policies saw him slap tariffs on steel and aluminum imports, angering allies the EU, Canada and Mexico, and triggering retaliatory measures.The US president has also threatened to put levies on foreign car imports-a big worry for Germany in particular.“Global trade cannot be based on survival of the fittest,” Le Maire said.International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde opened the summit by reiterating her fears that increasing trade restrictions would hurt global GDP.Lagarde said that taking into account “current announced and in process measures,” an IMF simulation indicates that in a worst-case scenario, a half point would be cut from global GDP, amounting to some $430 billion.Argentine economy stabilizingSmall protests against the IMF were staged in central Buenos Aires both on the eve of the summit and on Saturday, with locals angered by a 35 per cent plunge in the peso between April and June.Argentina secured a $50 billion IMF loan in June to stabilize its economy as investor confidence in crisis-hit emerging economies sunk, with some $14 billion taken out between May and June.“The Argentine authorities are implementing a decisive reform plan that has the support of the international community and is backed by the IMF,” said Lagarde.“The Central Bank of Argentina has put in place measures that helped reduce financial volatility and improve transparency,” she added.Lagarde said growth in the country would “stabilize in the last quarter of 2018” with a “gradual recovery in 2019 and 2020.”Away from trade, Mnuchin moved to ease fears in the US that Trump would “jeopardize” Federal Reserve independence after he blasted the Fed’s interest rate hikes in a television interview aired on Thursday.“The president has made it very clear to me that he supports the Fed’s independence,” said Mnuchin.Sanctions was another issue on the agenda, with Mnuchin insisting North Korea would not benefit from “relief until real progress is made” on denuclearization.While he acknowledged the US and EU “don’t see eye to eye” on Iranian sanctions, he insisted they were agreed that “Iran should never have nuclear weapons.”And he said sanctions on Venezuela were meant to “encourage better behavior” from President Nicolas Maduro’s government and insisted it was “a reasonable guess” that Nicaraguan president Daniel Ortega and his allies would face penalties next.
OpenPGP and S/Mime vulnerability EFAIL discovered by Martin Brinkmann on May 14, 2018 in Email – Last Update: May 14, 2018 – 9 commentsEFAIL is the name of a new set of vulnerabilities that allow attackers to exploit issues in OpenPGP and S/Mime to gain access to encrypted messages.OpenPGP is an encryption standard that Internet users may use to protect sensitive data such as emails by using encryption. S/Mime is another standard that is widely used in corporate environments.EFAIL requires that the attacker managed to gain access to encrypted emails and that the target runs client software that is vulnerable to one of the two available attack types.An attacker could gain access to encrypted emails by monitoring network traffic, compromising email servers or the computers of users, or gaining access to backup servers.The attack works in the following way:The attacker manages to get hold of an encrypted email.The encrypted email is modified and send to the target.The client used by the target decrypts the email and loads external content that transmits the plaintext message to the attacker.The attacker may use two different types of attacks. The first is called direct exfiltration by the developers. It works in clients such as Mozilla Thunderbird, Postbox, MailMate, iOS Mail or Apple Mail and enables the attacker to exfiltrate the plaintext message of the encrypted email directly.This attack works in the following way:The attacker creates a new multipart email message and prepares it in a special way. It consists of three parts:An HTML image tag that uses a src attribute that is opened with quotes but not closed.The actual encrypted message using PGP or S/Mime.The third part closes the open HTML tag of the first part.The message is send to the target.The target’s email client processes the email. It loads the referenced image and attaches the plaintext message that it decrypted to the image URL.The attacker monitors hits to the server and gets hold of the secret message tis way.The second attack type works against a larger number of email clients. In fact, the only clients protected against S/Mime attacks are Claws Mail and Mutt whereas more clients are protected against PGP-targeting attacks.What can you do to protect yourself?The researchers suggest the following mitigation strategies:Short Term: Disable decryption of S/Mime or PGP emails in the email client. Copy and paste the encrypted text into separate programs to decrypt the text.Short Term: Disable HTML rendering in the email client for all email messages.Medium Term: Software companies need to patch the issues in their client applications.Long Term: OpenPGP and S/Mime standards need to be updated.While not explicitly mentioned, you may also disable the loading of remote content in the email client to prevent successful exploits.Thunderbird users may want to check out our guide Switch Between HTML And Plain Text Emails In Thunderbird to enable plaintext email messages in the client. It is furthermore advised to disable the loading of any remote content by disabling “allow remote content in messages” under Tools > Options > Privacy.Additional information about the vulnerability is available on the website the researchers created.Now You: Do you use OpenPGP or S/Mime?Related articlesGetting started with ProtonMailHow to encrypt your emails in ThunderbirdMailvelope: use OpenPGP encryption on Gmail, Yahoo, Hotmail and other webmail servicesSummaryArticle NameOpenPGP and S/Mime vulnerability EFAIL discoveredDescriptionEFAIL is the name of a new set of vulnerabilities that allow attackers to exploit issues in OpenPGP and S/Mime to gain plaintext access to encrypted messages. Author Martin BrinkmannPublisher Ghacks Technology NewsLogo Advertisement
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