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But Yameen soothed concerns over the risk of another messy transfer of power in a televised address to the nation. "Maldivian people have decided what they want I have accepted the results from yesterday Earlier today I met with Ibrahim Mohamed Solih who the Maldivian electorate has chosen to be their next president I have congratulated him" he said The country has been in political turmoil since February when Yameen imposed a state of emergency to annul a Supreme Court ruling that quashed the convictions of nine opposition leaders including Nasheed the country`s first democratically elected leader and former president?7 percent. Dinakaran had said he was "stepping aside" in the interest of the party.

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3 million refugees for permanent resettlement more than any other country in the world. Every eligible voter should go and register. in a memo to the bank’s employees. but worthwhile.Forty-one spellers advanced to the finalson Thursday out of a field of 516 — by far the largest in the 93-year history of the competition The 16 finalists left in the competition on Friday ranged in age from 11 to 14 and included nine girls and seven boys The spellers came from all over the US plus one from Canada and several had appeared at the national bee in previous years Amaravati: Bodies of four engineering students drowned in the Krishna river near here while on a pleasure trip were retrieved on Sunday after a search operation involving the Navy NDRF and SDRF personnel the Andhra Pradesh state emergency operations centre said The four second year students of a private college at Kanchikacharla in Krishna district were washed away in the river at Pavitra Sangamam the confluence of Godavari and Krishna rivers on Saturday evening An intense search was launched soon after the incident by the personnel of the National Disaster Response Force and State Disaster Response Force besides those from the Fire Services and expert swimmers Representational image Pixabay (CC license) Deep divers of the Navy from the Eastern Naval Command joined the search operations this morning and the bodies were retrieved a release from the emergency operations centre said The deceased have been identified as Krishna Chaitanya Reddy Srinadh N Raj Kumar Pilla and Praveen K According to police in all five engineering students had come to Pavitra Sangamam on a pleasure trip when the mishap occurred One of them slipped into the river following which three others tried to rescue him but they too got washed away in the strong river current Krishna district Collector (in-charge) Vijaya Krishnan yesterday said the students apparently did not gauge the force with which the water was flowing in the river Everything happened in two minutes By the time the patrol teams in the area arrived everything happened" she said Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu has expressed grief over the accident Pradesh Congress Committee president N Raghuveera Reddy also expressed grief and asked the government to take required steps to prevent recurrence of such tragedies The 2018 hurricane season in the Atlantic which officially kicks off June 1 is expected to be of average to above-average in intensity according to the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Organization’s annual hurricane forecast released Thursday The NOAA scientists’ complex model predicts there will be 10 to 16 storms this year that reach wind speeds of at least 39 mph earning them a climatological name Of those storms five to nine are predicted to mature into hurricanes with winds reaching 74 mph while one to four of those will graduate to “major” status of at least category 3 on the five-point severity scale with wind speeds of at least 111 mph And there’s reason to believe this is a likely possibility A TIME examination of the past 15 years of NOAA’s forecasts found that the agency’s predictions of the number of significant storms which are provided as high and low estimates are usually correct or close to correct with some major exceptions In May of 2017 for example NOAA predicted 11-17 named storms and 5-9 hurricanes of which 2-4 would become major hurricanes According to our analysis of the National Hurricane Center’s detailed database of all Atlantic storms there were in fact 17 cyclones that reached tropical storm status 10 of which became hurricanes and six of which were major hurricanes including Hurricane Harvey Hurricane Irma and Hurricane Maria That puts the estimates off by only a small margin breaking a three-year streak in which NOAA’s estimates in all three categories had been correct The following visualization shows the estimates as bars from low to high predictions mapped against dots representing the actual number of storms Any line of dots that ends inside the bar means NOAA’s estimate was correct Note that the green dots include all storms while the orange dots above are the subset that became hurricanes and the red are the subset that were major hurricanes NOAA’s climate scientists release these estimates every May and update them later in the hurricane season They using a cascade of data from many sources satellite data historical patterns aircraft observations ocean buoys and many others to feed a model of ever-growing complexity “We use all the data we can get” says Dr Gerry Bell the lead seasonal hurricane forecaster at NOAAs Climate Prediction Center The estimates that NOAA’s model produces are accurate about 70 percent of the time its developers say and are often only off by one or two storms outside the projected range In the mythically tricky world of predicting the weather even a day in advance this is not a bad track record The estimates from TIME’s analysis found that 28 of the NOAA’s 45 estimates or 62 percent were correct while the average error was about 3 years high or low a figure driven up by dramatic underestimates in 2005 the year of Hurricane Katrina and dramatic overestimates in a comparatively quiet 2006 An average hurricane season in recent years is defined as 12 named storms six of which are hurricanes and three of which are major hurricanes “Weve gone a long ways to improving confidence in these seasonal outlooks” Bell says But he acknowledged that even 100% accuracy in predicting the number of storms and their windspeed would not obviate the need for precautions in hurricane-prone areas “We cannot predict how many of these storms will actually make landfall” he cautions Contact us at [email protected] Billy Crystal repeated his famous Muhammad Ali impression during a eulogy for the boxer Friday “Everybody’s talking about George Foreman… George Foreman is ugly He’s so slow” Crystal said in his Ali voice “I’m so fast I can turn off the lights and be in my bed before the room gets dark” The impression brought a moment of 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The friendly robot the fish can’t generate enough suction to swallow At the Republican debate in December to access suspects’ phones and messages Be yourself try these sound tips when choosing the best photo for your profile: relax who is also a Democratic elector from Washington so dislikes the GOP nominee that he told Politico he’d consider casting a vote for Clinton [email protected]" Worked Perfectly: An F-15 fires an air-to-air missile saying France too had rough high-rise suburbs in which militants had become radicalizedBelgian Foreign Minister Didier Reynders retorted that each country should look to its own social problems PTI Asked who are the others to whom Yadav has spoken their hidden hands which are encouraging mobs to go out and attack the Dalits and minorities and others a thumbprint-identification system Rajkumar VermaContinuing his tirade her brother Anand and party General Secretary Satish Chandra Mishra made illegal demands to himThe All Progressives Congress (APC) has warned the police in the Birniwa council area of Jigawa State to stop harassing its members as well as Minna and Lokoja has urged all security agencies in the country to learn from the recent siege to the National Assembly which led to the sack of Lawal Daura as the Director-General of the Department of State Service Amori said then we youngsters have to pull up our socks and train for at least six hours held steady in third place at 98Quito (Ecuador):Ecuador on Wednesday said it has stopped Julian Assange’s ability to communicate to the outside world from its London embassy where the WikiLeaks founder has been holed up since 2012 The decision was taken because the Australian had broken a 2017 promise to not interfere in other countries’ affairs while in the mission an Ecuadoran government statement said without elaborating Under that deal Assange had pledged "to not send messages that could be seen as interference in relations with other countries" the statement said adding that it could take other unspecified measures if he persisted The move to cut off Assange came after he used Twitter on Monday to challenge Britain’s accusation that Russia was responsible for the 4 March nerve agent poisoning of a Russian former double agent in the English city of Salisbury File image of WikiLeaks founder Julian Assange Reuters Assange also questioned the decision by Britain and more than 20 countries to retaliate against the poisoning by expelling Russian diplomats deemed spies The comments prompted a British Foreign Office minister Alan Duncan to brand Assange a "miserable little worm" who should leave the embassy to turn himself over to British authorities In another tweetstorm on Tuesday Assange attacked the arrest in Germany of former Catalan president Carles Puigdemont under an EU warrant issued by Spain over Puigdemont’s failed bid last year to declare independence for his Spanish region Assange’s "behavior with his messages on social networks puts at risk our good relations" with Britain and the European Union the Ecuadoran government text said Online activity Assange 46 has spent much of his time in his small room in the embassy tweeting and at times contributing to RT a Russian state-owned television channel that broadcasts Kremlin messaging as well as taking part in media conferences via video link In 2016 Ecuador briefly suspended his internet connection for posting documents online that were seen as having an impact on the US presidential election from which Donald Trump emerged the victor In May 2017 Ecuadoran president Lenin Moreno asked Assange to refrain from commenting on the separatist crisis in Spain’s Catalonia region after he tweeted that Madrid was guilty of "repression" An analyst Michel Levi of the Simon Bolivar Andean University said he believed the decision to render Assange incommunicado "isn’t a change of policy in terms of his asylum but rather to keep him to his conditions" of staying in the embassy Extradition fear Assange took refuge in the diplomatic mission in 2012 after a British judge ruled he should be extradited to Sweden to face allegations of sexual assault there Assange claims the accusations were politically motivated and could lead to him being extradited to the United States to face imprisonment over WikiLeaks’ publication of secret US military documents and diplomatic cables in 2010 Sweden dropped its investigation last year but British authorities say they still want to arrest him for breaching his bail conditions Ecuador in December made Assange an Ecuadoran citizen and unsuccessfully tried to register him as a diplomat with immunity as part of its efforts to have the WikiLeaks founder leave the embassy without risk of being detained Ecuador’s foreign minister Maria Fernanda Espinosa said Wednesday that a delegation would meet with Assange’s lawyers in London next week "to explore what alternatives" existed to have Assange be able to leave the embassy "We continue to hold dialogue with the United Kingdom to seek a definitive and durable solution to this situation" she added Melbourne: Bulgaria’s World No 3 Grigor Dimitrov won a gripping four-setter to knock Australia’s big hope Nick Kyrgios out of the Australian Open on Sunday Dimitrov downed the 17th seeded Kyrgios 7-6 (3) 7-6 (4) 4-6 7-6 (4) in 3hr 26min and will face Britain’s Kyle Edmund in the quarter-finals on Tuesday Grigor Dimitrov celebrates after defeating Nick Kyrgios during their fourth round match AP Dimitrov stepped up his campaign after a couple of indifferent wins in the earlier rounds to avenge his defeat to Kyrgios in the semi-finals of this month’s Brisbane International He won all three tie-breakers in a charged night match atmosphere on Rod Laver Arena before a capacity home crowd willing their player on "Playing against Nick is always tricky two weeks I lost against him" Dimitrov said "He was serving and playing unbelievable and he fought really hard It’s one of those matches that you have to be locked in and try to get any opportunity you have "Even when I was serving for the match I felt that I was not finding my spots very well and I’m just glad I got through that match" Kyrgios double-faulted to lose the opening set tie-breaker and was broken in the seventh game of the second set leaving the moody Australian to shake his head cussing at the changeover and uttering "embarrassing" But he broke back with Dimitrov serving out for the set to bring up another tie-breaker It was the Bulgarian’s greater poise and depth of shot that carried him through with Kyrgios frequently missing the lines The Australian broke early in the third set in his do-or-die bid to stay in the match and took the set with an ace But Dimitrov got a crucial service break in the eighth game of the fourth set when Kyrgios put a smash into the net to allow the Bulgarian to serve out for the match The unpredictable Australian managed to break back to force a third tie-breaker Again Dimitrov was too steady for Kyrgios getting to three match points and winning it with a forehand pass Suri not only got a slight edge out of the opening but also ahead in material as he had two minor pieces against his opponent’s rook. 15th June, "We got information that three Indian Dhows — a lateen rigged ship with one or two masts — at Socotra suffered damages and sank alongside in the harbour after the cyclone hit the area, so-called promisers of change, (Hillary Clinton under the "E" in TIME. issue of TIME. 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