Tuesday, November 18, 2014

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Nazarbayev signs law prohibiting sale of alcohol from 9pm to 12am

President of Kazakhstan Nursultan Nazarbayev singed bill on making amendments and additions to law of Kazakhstan on state regulation of production and sale of ethyl alcohol and alcoholic beverages, the President's press service reported June 18. The bill aims to restrict place and time for sale of alcoholic beverages in Kazakhstan. The bill bans the sale of alcoholic beverages everywhere except for restaurants, cafes and bars, from 9pm till 12 am 7 days a week. This change applies only to alcoholic beverages the alcohol proof of which is above 30. The bill also proposes to expand the list of places where the sale of alcohol is prohibited. The alcohol sale will be banned near schools, buildings of education and health sphere, sports and recreation centers, sports stadiums, and gas stations. 
INC News, 18/11/2014-via Ak Zhaik

Kazakhstan bans sale of a number of Russian alcoholic beverages

Kazakhstan imposed ban on sale of a number of alcoholic beverages imported from Russia for “food security” reasons, Kazakhstan's Consumer Rights Protection Committee said, azh.kz refers to KazTag.
“Alcoholic products do not conform to the food safety requirements of Kazakhstan. Vodka  brands, such as Talka, Empire, Wild Goose, Green Brand “Rye”, Russian guarantor of quality, Rublevka, Possolskaya, as well as the beer brands such as Miller Genuine Draft, Hoegaarden White, Grolsch Premium Lager, Brahma, Pilsner Urguell, Zhiguli velvet, Zhigulyovskoe original, Bud, and Lowenbrau Original are banned in Kazakhstan,” the Committee said.
The Committee warns the consumers to pay attention to the above products in order to avoid any future health consequences.  
INC News, 18/11/2014-via Ak Zhaik

President Appoints Toleubek Alpiyev New Director of Astana Opera

President Nursultan Nazarbayev appointed well-known and respected Toleubek Alpiyev as new director of The Astana Opera State Theatre of Opera and Ballet.
Alpiyev is a graduate of the Almaty and Moscow conservatories and was a violinist in a number of orchestras in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan. He has also worked as managing director of the tour and concert association Kazakhconcert, director of the Zhambyl State Philharmonic, deputy chairman of Kazakhstan’s State Committee on Culture, and the nation’s Deputy Minister of Culture.
Since 2000, Alpiyev served as director of newly opened National Theatre of Opera and Ballet named after Kulyash Baiseitova in Astana, where he quickly established the theatre’s creative groups and conducted significant organisational work in the first season. Awarded by the Kurmet and Parasat orders, since 2013 Alpiyev served as deputy director of Astana Opera.
Minister of Culture and Sports Arystan Mukhamediuly introduced the new director to the theatre company on Nov. 14. The minister thanked the opera’s first director Tolegen Mukhamedzhanov for his excellent work in launching what is meant to be a world-class artistic company based in the Kazakh capital. Mukhamedzhanov said he was proud of being part of the opera’s early history and thankful to President Nazarbayev for trusting him with the mission as well as respecting his desire to take a break to pursue his own creative projects.
INC News, 18/11/2014-via Ak Zhaik

Mother Who Killed Kids Given Hospital Order

A depressed mother has been sentenced to a hospital order for smothering her three young disabled children to death. Tania Clarence, who admitted the manslaughter by diminished responsibility of Olivia, four, and three-year-olds Ben and Max at their home in New Malden, southwest London, over the Easter holidays will not be released until she has recovered from her mental illness. Mrs Clarence was sentenced at the Old Bailey, where she was flanked in the dock by her solicitor, who was allowed to remain beside her, and two medical professionals. She spoke only once to confirm her name. Imposing the order as her husband, Gary, looked on, Judge Mr Justice Sweeney said: "The evidence of your diminished responsibility is clear and convincing.
see in:Mother sentenced
INC News, 18/11/2014

Bird Flu Strain Identified As Cull Begins

The strain of bird flu found on a Yorkshire duck farm is the same as that identified in the Netherlands and Germany. A cull of 6,000 ducks has now begun to try and rid the farm of the H5N8 strain. The Government says the risk to the public remains "very low". "As part of our robust action in response to the confirmed case of avian flu, the culling of 6,000 ducks on the affected farm in East Yorkshire is under way," a Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) spokesman said.
see in:Birds flu
INC News, 18/11/2014

One In Five Of All Crimes Not Recorded By Police

Police are failing to officially record one in five of the crimes reported to them, a damning report has revealed. An inspection of all 43 forces showed that 800,000 offences a year were not logged as crimes. Over a quarter of sexual offences were not recorded, while the figure for crimes of violence against the person was even higher at a third. Home Secretary Theresa May said: "This investigation ... confirms my concern that there have been utterly unacceptable failings in the way police forces have recorded crime." The report by Her Majesty's Inspectorate of Constabulary posed the question: "To what extent can police-recorded crime information be trusted?" The HMIC's Chief Inspector, Tom Winsor, said: "Failure to properly record crime is indefensible. This is not about numbers and dry statistics; it's about victims and the protection of the public. Victims of crime are being let down."
see in:Police crimes not recorded
INC News, 18/11/2014

USA - Charles Manson Gets Licence To Wed 26-Year-Old

Charles Manson has obtained a marriage licence to tie the knot with a 26-year-old woman who visits him in prison. It was not immediately clear if the 80-year-old cult leader had set an exact date to marry Afton Elaine Burton, who runs a number of websites claiming he is innocent. A copy of the marriage licence, issued on 7 November, was seen by the AP news agency on Monday. Ms Burton moved to Corcoran, California, nine years ago to be near Manson, who was convicted in the notorious murders of seven people, including pregnant actress Sharon Tate. In an interview last year with Rolling Stone magazine, Ms Burton said she planned to marry Manson.
see in:Satan Manson
INC News, 18/11/2014

FIFA Files Criminal Complaint Over Cup Bids

FIFA has has lodged a criminal complaint with the Swiss attorney general over "possible misconduct of individual persons". A FIFA report into the bidding process for the 2018 and 2022 World Cups found any violations of the governing body's rules by the victorious nations - Qatar and Russia - were "of very limited scope". However, it did criticise England for its close relationship with Jack Warner, the disgraced former FIFA vice president.
see in:FIFA Cup
INC News, 18/11/2014

ITALIA - 'Ndrangheta, il giuramento di affiliazione 'in diretta'- video

Blitz contro la 'Ndrangheta dei carabinieridel Ros nelle province di Milano, Como, Lecco, Monza-Brianza, Verona, Bergamo e Caltanissetta in esecuzione di un'ordinanza di custodia cautelare in carcere, emessa su richiesta della Procura distrettuale antimafia di Milano, nei confronti di 40 indagati per associazione mafiosa, estorsione, detenzione e porto abusivo di armi. Gli arresti scaturiscono da un'inchiesta del procuratore aggiunto Ilda Boccassini, a capo della Direzione distrettuale antimafia della procura di Milano, e dei pm Paolo Storari e Francesca Celle ed è proseguita per circa due anni con l'utilizzo di intercettazioni ambientali, telefoniche e riprese filmate.
Nell'operazione i carabinieri hanno ripreso 'in diretta', per la prima volta nella storia della lotta alla criminalità, la cerimonia di conferimento della Santa, il più alto grado di affiliazione 'ndranghetista. In precedenza era stata solo raccontata da pentiti.

INC News, 18/11/2014-via ANSA AP

ISRAELE - Gerusalemme, terrore in Sinagoga: uccisi quattro rabbini.

Due uomini sono entrati all'alba in una sinagoga a Gerusalemme uccidendo quattro israeliani e ferendone altri sette, due sono in gravissime condizioni. L'aggressione sarebbe avvenuta con asce e coltelli. Testimoni sul posto parlano di ''scena terrificante''. La sinagoga è nei sobborghi di Har Nof della città.Tre vittime dell'attacco alla sinagoga di Gerusalemme avevano anche la cittadinanza americana, il quarto quella britannica. Le vittime sono: il rabbino Moshe Twersky (59 anni), il rabbino Aryeh Kupinsky (43), il rabbino Kalman Zeev Levin (55), e il rabbino Avraham Shmuel Goldberg (68). Secondo Haaretz, quest'ultimo aveva la cittadinanza britannica.
INC News, 18/11/2014-via ANSA AP

Sempre piu' collegati Kazakhstan e Olanda-Una unione di idee che perdura da 22 anni

In posting copy of the page of the magazine "The Holland Times", where it is referred to as the Agreement between the Netherlands and Kazakhstan is ever more closely, both from a commercial point of view that government, Nanda Jagusiak quotes in this article thinking of Ambassador the Asian country Mainura Murzamadiyeva. Among the many things mentioned by the Ambassador of the Asian country in the developing world, fast compared to many others, appears a quote that reflects what we have always said in the past: If for Kazakhstan we are the Eldorado, they are even more for us. For years, we strive to make it clear to ordinary people like Holland and Kazakhstan may, by mutual agreement, to build an economic and commercial axis that can unite the two sides of the planet in a union by advancing in better their peoples. No trace of doubt was a very nice gesture, the Netherlands, to devote to Kazakh President Nursultan Nazarbayev a tulip, and still devote a central square of the city of Rotterdam to the city that will host the Expo 2017, Astana. But even more beautiful and felt it would be in the future, a complete commercial union between the two countries, opening up to tourism than spectacular areas of Asia, still virgins to mass tourism, the improvement of technology partnerships and the facilitation of their young people to come in Netherlands to prepare their future in their country of origin.
Let us therefore welcome those who come to us in peace to exchange operational and constructive exchange of lifestyles.

Nel pubblicare la copia della pagina del mensile "The Holland Times", ove viene citato come l'accordo tra Olanda e Kazakhstan sia sempre più stretto, sia da un punto di vista commerciale che governativo, Nanda Jagusiak cita in questo articolo il pensiero dell Ambasciatrice del Paese asiatico Mainura Murzamadiyeva. Tra le tante cose citate dalla Ambasciatrice del Paese asiatico in via di sviluppo, velocissimo  rispetto a tanti altri, compare una citazione che rispecchia quanto da noi sempre detto negli anni passati: Se per il Kazakhstan noi siamo l'Eldorado, loro lo sono ancora di più per noi. Da anni ci battiamo a far comprendere alle persone comuni come Olanda e Kazakhstan possano, in comune accordo, costruire un asse economico e commerciale che può unire i due lati del pianeta in un connubio da  far progredire nel meglio i rispettivi popoli. Senza orma di dubbio è stato un gesto molto bello, quello olandese, di dedicare al presidente kazako Nursultan Nazarbayev un tulipano, ed ancora il dedicare una piazza centrale della città di Rotterdam alla città che ospiterà l'Expo 2017, Astana. Ma ancora più bello e sentito sarebbe nel futuro, una completa unione commerciale tra i due paesi, aprendo al turismo quelle zone spettacolari dell'Asia, ancora vergini al turismo di massa, al miglioramento delle collaborazioni tecnologiche e alla facilitazione dei loro giovani a venire in Olanda a preparare il loro futuro nel loro paese di origine. 
Diamo dunque il benvenuto a coloro che in pace vengono da noi a scambiare operatività costruttiva e scambio di stili di vita.

INC News, 18/11/2014- copyright©INC News - Mikhail Lermontov

ITALIA: Milano-Il problema casa non si ferma - polizia sgombera 2 centri sociali

Cariche delle forze dell'ordine e lancio di fumogeni,  Milano, nel corso di uno sgombero di due centri sociali adiacenti, nella zona Sud della città. Gli agenti hanno anche lanciato lacrimogeni, gli antagonisti pietre e incendiato cassonetti.
Un centinaio di appartenenti all'area antagonista si è radunata all'esterno dei due stabili e si fronteggia con le forze dell'ordine. Tre di essi sono anche saliti sul tetto di uno dei due centri sociiali, il Corvaccio.
INC News, 18/11/2014-via ANSA AP