Aus Mein Wiki
[Bearbeiten] Danny Brown Fan Petition for Canada Entry
Earlier this week Danny Brown was denied entry into Canada to perform alongside Action Bronson for their ". While he didn't get into specifics on why,http://www.nfljerseysforfans.com/, the Detroit rapper said this wasn't the first time he was stopped at the border, and he mentioned on that he likely won't attempt to perform in Canada again based on his experience. That could change though, with a little help from his fans. An online petition, ",washington redskins jersey," has been started. The petition states, "We will not stand idly by while our country continues to deny significant artists entry into our country," citing unfair and potentially racial bias as a motivation behind Brown's denied entry. The petition calls for 1,washington redskins store,000 signatures, and currently sits at 63 as of press time. [via ] RELATED:
RELATED: ,In brief- Slackers bring Jamaican rock to Fat Cat;Stay Connected with Complex Music
[Bearbeiten] Mississippi still has nearly $1B in Katrina aid to spend
1 Comments oldtymer-1 says: If it is not spent in 8 years it should be given back! Simple solution but it will not happen because these people will be looking for votes!!!! Add a Comment The posting of advertisements, profanity,washington redskins store, or personal attacks is prohibited. By using this Web site you agree to accept our . Click here to read the . Reply to Comment
The posting of advertisements, profanity,wholesale Chicago Bears jerseys, or personal attacks is prohibited. By using this Web site you agree to accept our . Click here to read the . Report offensive content: If you believe this comment is offensive or violates the CBSNews.com , you can report it below (this will not automatically remove the comment). Once reported, our staff will be notified and the comment will be reviewed. Select type of offense: Offensive: Sexually explicit or offensive language Spam: Advertisements, commercial links,Coughlin Corner- Set for Week 2, or repetitive posts Disruptive posting: Flaming or offending other users Illegal activities: Promote cracked software,wholesale nike nfl jerseys, or other illegal content Off-topic: Commentary unrelated to the storyline Comments (optional): E-mail this comment to a friend. E-mail this to: Your e-mail address: Send me a copy of this message Note: Your e-mail address is used only to let the recipient know who sent the e-mail and in case of transmission error. Neither your address nor the recipients's address will be used for any other purpose. Add your own personal message: (Optional)
[Bearbeiten] U.N.- -Rockets containing- sarin used in Syria attack
By Pamela Falk / CBS News/ September 16, 2013, 9:33 AM U.N.: "Rockets containing" sarin used in Syria attack Ake Sellstrom, left, hands an official Letter of Transmittal with the findings of a team of U.N. inspectors on chemical weapons use in Syria to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at Ban's residence in New York, Sept. 15, 2013. / UN/Paulo Filgueiras UNITED NATIONS The U.N. inspectors' report on chemical weapons use in Syria was handed by the head of the mission, Professor Ake Sellstrom, on Sunday to the Secretary-General at his residence in New York, but limited details of the report were made public inadvertently with the publication of a photo showing its cover in close enough detail to read the writing. As those details emerge, diplomats at the U.N. say the report already appears to be shifting the thinking about whether a use-of-force clause should be included in the U.N. resolution being negotiated this week in New York based on the agreement announced Saturday by Russia and the U.S. to identify 's chemical weapons, place them under control of the international community. The framework states that the U.S. and Russia agree that, in the event of non-compliance by Syria, including the unauthorized transfer, or any use of chemical weapons by anyone in Syria, the Security Council "should impose" measures under Chapter 7 of the U.N. Charter. The U.N. weapons report was being distributed to all 193 member states of the General Assembly Monday morning, including the 15 members of the Security Council, and was to be made public later in the morning after the Secretary General and Sellstrom brief the Council on its findings.
A closeup shot of the letter handed by Ake Sellstrom, to U.N. Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon at Ban s residence in New York, Sept. 15, 2013. UN/Paulo Filgueiras
But the Letter of Transmittal from The Hague, dated Sept. 13, 2013, was visible in photos released by the U.N. of Sellstrom handing the document over to Ban. "The conclusion is that chemical weapons have been used in the ongoing conflict between the parties in the Syrian Arab republic," the report's cover says. "In particular," it states that the "samples we have collected, provide clear and convincing evidence" that "rockets containing the nerve agent sarin was used" in several locations in the Ghouta area of Damascus," referring to a poison gas attack in the eastern suburbs of the Syrian capital on Aug. 21, which prompted the United States, France and other nations to call for military strikes against the Syrian regime. With the evidence of the report in hand, diplomats from the U.S., U.K. and France now say that accountability needs to be a part of the U.N. action -- either in the form of an International Criminal Court referral in the resolution, or as part of an international conference which U.N. and Arab League envoy Lakhdar Brahimi is negotiating. "The world will now expect the Assad regime to live up to its public commitments," said Kerry in Geneva, as he worked on the framework agreement with Russia.
Play VideoKerry briefs U.S. allies on Syrian chemical weapons agreementOn Monday, : "The framework purely commits the United States and Russia to impose measures under Chapter 7 of the U.N. Charter in the event of non-compliance." The language reflected Russia's opposition to a Security Council resolution authorizing the use of force, but alludes to the possibility of a second resolution, if Syria did not comply. The ambiguity of the language also left wiggle room, however, for the Security Council to put the language of Chapter 7 within the first resolution,Cheap NFL Jerseys, as an automatic trigger, if Syria fails to comply with the Organization for the Prevention of Chemical Weapons (OPCW), which will oversee the destruction of the chemical stockpiles. Syrian President Bashar Assad has said it was rebel forces that fired the toxic gas into Ghouta on Aug. 21, not his own forces. Russia has also suggested that possibility, but called for firm evidence. The Obama administration and many of its allies have concluded that only Assad's military could have been behind the attack,Mark Zuckerberg's Net Worth Doubled to an Absurd Amount in t, which the White House says left more than 1,wholesale Chicago Bears jerseys,400 people dead. The U.N. inspectors' mandate was to determine only if chemical weapons had been used, and if so which ones, not to assign guilt for the attack to one side or the other. However, evidence of the specific delivery systems and composition of the toxic chemicals used in Ghouta from the U.N. inspectors could prove key to convincing a skeptical Russia that Assad was behind the attack. 2013 CBS Interactive Inc. All Rights Reserved.
Pamela Falk Pamela Falk is CBS News Foreign Affairs Analyst and an international lawyer,http://www.nfljerseysforfans.com/, based at the United Nations.