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7 pakistani fishermen jailed in yemen for 10 years returned


islamabad — seven pakistani fishermen who remained jailed in yemen for over a decade have been returned home.najum abbasi, a spokesman for the international committee of the red cross, said saturday that the fishermen who hail from coastal areas in the provinces of baluchistan and sindh, had crossed international water boundaries 10 years ago and were detained by authorities in yemen. he said the fishermen had been held in the yemeni capital, sanaa, and were released as a result of collaborated efforts by the icrc and pakistan's ministry of foreign affairs.the released fishermen returned to the pakistani capital, islamabad, late friday night to reunite with their families, who were brought to the airport by the red cross.






7 pakistani fishermen jailed in yemen for 10 years returned


islamabad — seven pakistani fishermen who remained jailed in yemen for over a decade have been returned home.najum abbasi, a spokesman for the international committee of the red cross, said saturday that the fishermen who hail from coastal areas in the provinces of baluchistan and sindh, had crossed international water boundaries 10 years ago and were detained by authorities in yemen. he said the fishermen had been held in the yemeni capital, sanaa, and were released as a result of collaborated efforts by the icrc and pakistan's ministry of foreign affairs.the released fishermen returned to the pakistani capital, islamabad, late friday night to reunite with their families, who were brought to the airport by the icrc.






italy’s fishermen are competing with dolphins for fish. and now they’re taking r


they may be among the most appealing of marine mammals, but dolphins are being blamed by italian fishermen for wrecking their livelihoods by eating too many fish.fishermen in waters off sicily say they have seen a drastic fall in their fish and squid catches and a few have even taken matters into their own hands, by shooting the protected dolphins with spear guns and rifles.“the majority of fishermen don’t wish to harm the dolphins but it is not by chance that there are increasing numbers of animals washing up on the beaches having been shot with spear guns,” said giovanni basciano, the vice-president of a fishing cooperative.last year, a three-metre bottlenose dolphin was washed up on southern sardinia with a spear through its body — one of several such killings. others have been killed w






7 pakistani fishermen jailed in yemen for 10 years returned


islamabad (ap) — seven pakistani fishermen who remained jailed in yemen for over a decade have been returned home.najum abbasi, a spokesman for the international committee of the red cross, said saturday that the fishermen who hail from coastal areas in the provinces of baluchistan and sindh, had crossed international water boundaries 10 years ago and were detained by authorities in yemen. he said the fishermen had been held in the yemeni capital, sanaa, and were released as a result of collaborated efforts by the icrc and pakistan’s ministry of foreign affairs.the released fishermen returned to the pakistani capital, islamabad, late friday night to reunite with their families, who were brought to the airport by the red cross.






7 pakistani fishermen jailed in yemen for 10 years returned


islamabad (ap) — seven pakistani fishermen who remained jailed in yemen for over a decade have been returned home.najum abbasi, a spokesman for the international committee of the red cross, said saturday that the fishermen who hail from coastal areas in the provinces of baluchistan and sindh, had crossed international water boundaries 10 years ago and were detained by authorities in yemen. he said the fishermen had been held in the yemeni capital, sanaa, and were released as a result of collaborated efforts by the icrc and pakistan’s ministry of foreign affairs.the released fishermen returned to the pakistani capital, islamabad, late friday night to reunite with their families, who were brought to the airport by the icrc.






maine’s cod fishermen have worst year in history


rockport, maine (ap) — the cod isn’t so sacred in maine anymore.the fish-and-chips staple was once a critical piece of the state’s fishing industry, but state records show 2016 was historically bad. fishermen brought less than 170,000 pounds (77,110 kilograms) of the fish to land in maine last year. that was below the previous record low of 250,000 pounds (113,398 kilograms) a year earlier.maine’s record year for cod was 1991, when fishermen brought more than 21 million pounds (9.5 million kilograms) to the docks.fishermen say they’re struggling with tight quotas. scientists say populations have plummeted.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the sacred cod is the nickname of a wood carving of the fish that hangs in the massachusetts statehouse. that state remains the c






hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermen


honolulu (ap) — hawaii lawmakers are considering a proposal with the potential to cripple the state’s commercial fishing industry after an associated press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats and living in subpar conditions.a 2016 ap investigation found that some fishermen earned less than $1 an hour and worked without most basic labor protections while catching premium seafood. the boats often have crews of fishermen from southeast asia and pacific island nations, and the men are restricted to their vessels when docked in honolulu because they lack proper documentation to enter the u.s.a bill in the hawaii legislature aims to change rules for how fishing licenses are issued to foreign crew members that make up the majority of the state’s commercial fleet.now, boat owne






hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermen


honolulu — hawaii lawmakers are considering a proposal with the potential to cripple the state's commercial fishing industry after an associated press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats and living in subpar conditions.a 2016 ap investigation found that some fishermen earned less than $1 an hour and worked without most basic labor protections while catching premium seafood. the boats often have crews of fishermen from southeast asia and pacific island nations, and the men are restricted to their vessels when docked in honolulu because they lack proper documentation to enter the u.s.a bill in the hawaii legislature aims to change rules for how fishing licenses are issued to foreign crew members that make up the majority of the state's commercial fleet.now, boat owners or






hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermen


honolulu — hawaii lawmakers are considering a proposal with the potential to cripple the state's commercial fishing industry after an associated press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats and living in subpar conditions.a 2016 ap investigation found that some fishermen earned less than $1 an hour and worked without most basic labor protections while catching premium seafood. the boats often have crews of fishermen from southeast asia and pacific island nations, and the men are restricted to their vessels when docked in honolulu because they lack proper documentation to enter the u.s.a bill in the hawaii legislature aims to change rules for how fishing licenses are issued to foreign crew members that make up the majority of the state's commercial fleet.now, boat owners or






hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermen


honolulu — hawaii lawmakers are considering a proposal with the potential to cripple the state's commercial fishing industry after an associated press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats and living in subpar conditions.a 2016 ap investigation found that the fishermen earned less than $1 an hour and worked without most basic labor protections while catching premium seafood. the boats often have crews of fishermen from southeast asia and pacific island nations, and the men are restricted to their vessels when docked in honolulu because they lack proper documentation to enter the u.s.a bill in the hawaii legislature aims to change rules for how fishing licenses are issued to foreign crew members that make up the majority of the state's commercial fleet.now, boat owners or






hawaii bill would ban licenses for some foreign fishermen


honolulu — a proposal in the hawaii legislature has the potential to shake up the fishing industry and the permit process for foreign fishermen.an associated press investigation found that foreign fishermen were confined to boats off honolulu and living in subpar conditions. some are earning less than $1 an hour and working without most basic labor protections while catching premium seafood sold at some of america's most upscale restaurants and hotels.the boats often have crews of fishermen from southeast asia and pacific island nations."they just feel like the underdogs to me, and i don't like to see people taken advantage of," hawaii state sen. karl rhoads said.a federal legal loophole allows foreign fishermen to fish off the coast of hawaii, even though they are technically not allowed






hawaii bill would bar licenses for some foreign fishermen


honolulu (ap) — a proposal in the hawaii legislature has the potential to shake up the fishing industry and the permit process for foreign fishermen.an associated press investigation found foreign fishermen confined to boats off honolulu and living in subpar conditions. some are earning less than $1 an hour and working without most basic labor protections while catching premium seafood sold at some of america’s most upscale restaurants and hotels. the boats are often crewed by fishermen from southeast asia and pacific island nations.“they just feel like the underdogs to me, and i don’t like to see people taken advantage of,” hawaii state sen. karl rhoads said.a federal legal loophole allows foreign fishermen to fish off the coast of hawaii, even though they are technically not allowed to e






where is the lost fishing boat tammy? two wreck hunters think they know


calm seas and clear weather greeted the fishing boat tammy as it set out from san pedro on july 11, 1994, to cast its nets for sea cucumbers — and then disappeared.the 40-foot, steel-hulled vessel carried a crew of four vietnamese fishermen that night. two of their bodies were found the next day in the shipping lanes off newport beach. the others were never recovered.“to this day, we do not have even a death certificate for my dad because they never found him,” thai minh ta said of cong minh ta, the boat’s owner.he and other children of the ill-fated fishermen have longed to know what happened to the men — and the boat that carried them to their deaths.“i always wonder if some ship hit my dad and run away, hit my dad and not turn around to save him,” said lisa nguyen, the daughter of nhieu






where is the lost fishing boat tammy? two wreck hunters think they know


calm seas and clear weather greeted the fishing boat tammy as it set out from san pedro on july 11, 1994, to cast its nets for sea cucumbers — and then disappeared.the 40-foot, steel-hulled vessel carried a crew of four vietnamese fishermen that night. two of their bodies were found the next day in the shipping lanes off newport beach. the others were never recovered.“to this day, we do not have even a death certificate for my dad because they never found him,” thai minh ta said of cong minh ta, the boat’s owner.he and other children of the ill-fated fishermen have longed to know what happened to the men — and the boat that carried them to their deaths.“i always wonder if some ship hit my dad and run away, hit my dad and not turn around to save him,” said lisa nguyen, the daughter of nhieu






a village ails after pakistani fishermen's arrest | pakistan


kharo chan, pakistan - hajiani lives in ramzan parerhi - a nondescript fishing village on pakistan's coast near the indian border, about 150km east of karachi. she does not remember her surname, her age or where she is from. what she cannot forget, however, are the faces of her nine family members, who went fishing one morning last december and are yet to return. an eerie silence greets us as we enter this small village of five huts. women and children, led by hajiani, surround us. their grief is palpable on their faces and their clothes are torn and grubby. on december 18, five boats carrying 26 fishermen were detained by india's border security force (bsf) off the coast of the indian state of gujarat. the fishermen were imprisoned after straying into india's territorial waters. they had






fishermen at odds over impact of trump executive order


portland, maine (ap) — an executive order by president donald trump designed to radically cut back on federal regulations has spurred disagreement among fishermen about how it will affect them — and lawmakers and regulators aren’t sure what the answer is.groups that represent both commercial and recreational fishermen are divided over whether trump’s “one in, two out” approach to federal regulations will benefit their industry, harm it or not affect it at all.meanwhile, the arm of the federal government that regulates fishing, the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, is still trying to figure out exactly what the executive order means for fisheries management.trump’s order in january says that when a public agency proposes a new regulation, it must also identify two regulations






fishermen at odds over impact of trump executive order


portland, maine — an executive order by president donald trump designed to radically cut back on federal regulations has spurred disagreement among fishermen about how it will affect them — and lawmakers and regulators aren't sure what the answer is.groups that represent both commercial and recreational fishermen are divided over whether trump's "one in, two out" approach to federal regulations will benefit their industry, harm it or not affect it at all.meanwhile, the arm of the federal government that regulates fishing, the national oceanic and atmospheric administration, is still trying to figure out exactly what the executive order means for fisheries management.trump's order in january says that when a public agency proposes a new regulation, it must also identify two regulations to b






mexican fishermen burn boat, demand environmentalists out


mexico city — dozens of fishermen have burned a boat as part of a threat to force out a ship operated by the sea shepherd conservation society in mexico's gulf of california.sea shepherd has been removing illegal and abandoned nets that endanger the vaquita, the world's smallest porpoise. illegal fishing for the totoaba, another species, has reduced the number of vaquitas to fewer than 30.fishermen in the town of san felipe painted the name of the sea shepherd on an empty, open fishing boat they burned sunday. they threatened to remove the conservationists' ship themselves if the government doesn't."just as they are judging us fishermen, we will judge all the environmentalists," said sunshine rodriguez, a leader of the local fishing cooperative in san felipe, baja california. "we aren't go






fight for endangered vaquita porpoise gets violent in mexico


mexico city -- a gang of dozens of fishermen overturned inspectors’ trucks, burned or destroyed 15 vehicles and patrol boats, and beat three inspectors from the office for environmental protection in a town on mexico’s gulf of california. the fishermen were angered by mexico’s attempt to save the vaquita porpoise by banning some types of net fishing in the gulf --also known as the sea of cortez -- where only about 30 of the elusive animals are believed to survive. playvideo60 minutes naturethe last vaquitas you would think the most endangered sea mammal in the world would be a cause célèbre but, as sharyn alfonsi reports, that's not the case with the... the office said thursday the inspectors managed to escape after the attack on wednesday, but that criminal charges were being filed. the a






sushi stress: fishermen not catching many baby eels


portland, maine (ap) — the chilly rivers of maine are causing trouble in the world of sushi.the state’s brief, annual season for baby eels is off to a slow start because of a cold spring that has prevented the fish from running in rivers.the baby eels, called elvers, are an important piece of the worldwide sushi supply chain. they’re sold to asian aquaculture companies — sometimes for more than $2,000 per pound — that raise them to maturity and use them as food.“everything is slow,” said state rep. henry bear, who represents members of the houlton band of maliseet indians who fish for elvers. “but we’re hopeful.”most read stories3-course dinners for $32 starting april 2.maine has the only significant fishery for elvers in the country, and fishermen are limited to a quota of a little less t






who killed gaza's fisherman muhammad al-hissi? | middle east


gaza city - on the windy evening of january 4, 33-year-old fisherman muhammad al-hissi had an instinct that he wouldn't be coming home this time after fishing."i'm afraid. if i turn off the lights, please come to me quickly. don't forget about me."these were muhammad's last words to his relatives as they set out to the sea for their evening catch, his cousin nihad al-hissi explained, as he recounted the story for al jazeera from gaza city's port.muhammad was feeling uncomfortable that night and wary of the israeli navy that regularly patrols the sea. he asked his younger brother wael to switch boats with him in order to stay further away from the six-mile nautical border. read more: gaza: '100,000 hours of isolation' in gaza, fishing is risky business. in 2016, there were 126 incidents whe






hawaii bill targeting commercial fishing industry in danger


honolulu (ap) — the sponsor of a hawaii bill seeking to change the way commercial licenses are granted to foreign fishermen said the bill is in danger of dying.state sen. karl rhoads said fishing industry representatives have told lawmakers the bill could wreck the industry.the bill would restrict commercial fishing licenses to people who are legally allowed to enter the u.s. it also would require fishing license applicants to appear in person before state officials.“that’s a big step and there’s definitely not the political support to do that even if i really wanted to,” rhoads said.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the bill will likely be amended to remove the part requiring that licensees have permission to legally enter the u.s., rhoads said, while the section r






second hawaii bill seeking fishing industry oversight dies


honolulu (ap) — another hawaii bill that sought more oversight of the state’s commercial fishing industry is dying.the bill would have required boat operators to provide contracts between foreign fishermen and employers.state rep. kaniela ing said thursday the bill is dead because it wasn’t scheduled for a final committee hearing before a legislative deadline.“the lobby was out full force to kill this bill, just as i expected,” ing said. “it’s difficult because there’s very few advocacy organizations for these sorts of migrant workers, so their voice is not as loud as the moneyed lobby behind the longline guys.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the hawaii longline association opposed the bill saying it wasn’t the job of the state office that issues fishing licenses






second hawaii bill seeking fishing industry oversight dies


honolulu — another hawaii bill that sought more oversight of the state's commercial fishing industry is dying.the bill would have required boat operators to provide contracts between foreign fishermen and employers.state rep. kaniela ing said thursday the bill is dead because it wasn't scheduled for a final committee hearing before a legislative deadline."the lobby was out full force to kill this bill, just as i expected," ing said. "it's difficult because there's very few advocacy organizations for these sorts of migrant workers, so their voice is not as loud as the moneyed lobby behind the longline guys."the hawaii longline association opposed the bill saying it wasn't the job of the state office that issues fishing licenses to review contracts. they also said the industry is already hig






myanmar navy ship, fishermen find bodies in search for plane


dawei, myanmar — a navy ship and local fishermen found bodies and aircraft parts in the seas off myanmar on thursday, a day after a military plane carrying 120 people disappeared, a military spokesman said.the chinese-made y-8 turboprop aircraft had left myeik, also known as mergui, heading for yangon on a route that would have taken it over the andaman sea. it was raining, but not heavily, at the time.gen. myat min oo said local fishermen had found seven bodies after a navy ship found two life jackets, three bodies and a tire that was part of an aircraft wheel. the bodies were of a man, five women and four children. the wreckage was found in the sea west of the town of laung lone.nine naval ships, five army aircraft and three helicopters were joined in the search by local fishermen, the s






myanmar navy ship, fishermen find bodies in search for plane


dawei, myanmar (ap) — a navy ship and local fishermen found bodies and aircraft parts in the seas off myanmar on thursday, a day after a military plane carrying 120 people disappeared, a military spokesman said.the chinese-made y-8 turboprop aircraft had left myeik, also known as mergui, heading for yangon on a route that would have taken it over the andaman sea. it was raining, but not heavily, at the time.gen. myat min oo said local fishermen had found seven bodies after a navy ship found two life jackets, three bodies and a tire that was part of an aircraft wheel. the bodies were of a man, five women and four children. the wreckage was found in the sea west of the town of laung lone.nine naval ships, five army aircraft and three helicopters were joined in the search by local fishermen,






myanmar navy ship, fishermen find bodies in search for plane – the denver post


dawei, myanmar — a navy ship and local fishermen found bodies and aircraft parts in the seas off myanmar on thursday, a day after a military plane carrying 120 people disappeared, a military spokesman said.the chinese-made y-8 turboprop aircraft had left myeik, also known as mergui, heading for yangon on a route that would have taken it over the andaman sea. it was raining, but not heavily, at the time.gen. myat min oo said local fishermen had found seven bodies after a navy ship found two life jackets, three bodies and a tire that was part of an aircraft wheel. the bodies were of a man, five women and four children. the wreckage was found in the sea west of the town of laung lone.nine naval ships, five army aircraft and three helicopters were joined in the search by local fishermen, the s






indian fishermen try new nets for healthier oceans


sindhudurg, india — the fishermen were dubious when ocean experts suggested they could save their dwindling marine stocks just by switching to new nets.it took years for the u.n. development program to convince the fishing communities along india's tropical western coast that the diamond-mesh nets they were using were trapping baby fish, while a square-shaped mesh could allow small fish to escape to maintain a breeding population. but two years after the new nets were fully adopted, fishermen insist they're making a difference."this square net is a blessing for us," said john gabriel naronha, who runs six trawlers in the area. "when the small fish grows up, the fishermen can really benefit ... we can get good prices for big fish. and the small fish gets a chance to grow."the project, launc






indian fishermen try new nets for healthier oceans


sindhudurg, india (ap) — the fishermen were dubious when ocean experts suggested they could save their dwindling marine stocks just by switching to new nets.it took years for the u.n. development program to convince the fishing communities along india’s tropical western coast that the diamond-mesh nets they were using were trapping baby fish, while a square-shaped mesh could allow small fish to escape to maintain a breeding population. but two years after the new nets were fully adopted, fishermen insist they’re making a difference.“this square net is a blessing for us,” said john gabriel naronha, who runs six trawlers in the area. “when the small fish grows up, the fishermen can really benefit … we can get good prices for big fish. and the small fish gets a chance to grow.”the project, la






indian fishermen try new nets for healthier oceans


sindhudurg, india — the fishermen were dubious when ocean experts suggested they could save their dwindling marine stocks just by switching to new nets.it took years for the u.n. development program to convince the fishing communities along india's tropical western coast that the diamond-mesh nets they were using were trapping baby fish, while a square-shaped mesh could allow small fish to escape to maintain a breeding population. but two years after the new nets were fully adopted, fishermen insist they're making a difference."this square net is a blessing for us," said john gabriel naronha, who runs six trawlers in the area. "when the small fish grows up, the fishermen can really benefit ... we can get good prices for big fish. and the small fish gets a chance to grow."the project, launc






lobstermen question need for restrictions to help species


portland, maine — lobster fishermen say they are skeptical of a plan to try to revive the southern new england lobster stock through new restrictions on fishing.lobster fishing in the u.s. is experiencing a boom, and prices have also been high. but the species has dwindled in the waters off southern m achusetts, rhode island and connecticut, where it was once plentiful.interstate fishing regulators could select new restrictions for the fishery by may.the atlantic states marine fisheries commission is considering a host of options to try to rejuvenate the lobster stock. an arm of the commission voted tuesday to send the options out for public comment.fishermen and fishing groups at the meeting say it might not make sense to restrict fishing, because environmental changes are hurting the lob






scientists: cod population in new england drops 80 percent


boston — massachusetts scientists say they have reached the same conclusions as their federal counterparts in a study about the poor status of cod fish in the gulf of maine.the boston globe (http://bit.ly/2n4ilgq ) reports the scientists found the region's cod are at a historic low of about 80 percent less than the population from a decade ago.micah dean oversaw the survey for the massachusetts division of marine fisheries. he says he hopes fishermen who doubted federal government's science on the issue will find the results credible.republican gov. charlie baker commissioned the survey last year after fishermen voiced concerns that the federal government was relying on bad science and exaggerating the cod's distressed status. the state spent more than $500,000 trawling for cod as part of






heavy rains fall as ships, locals search myanmar crash site


san hlan, myanmar — heavy rains were falling as ships and fishermen were searching the waters where a myanmar military plane crashed two days earlier.the military commander in chief's office says navy ships are searching with sonar and military aircraft also were involved in friday's search. fishermen were using their nets to search in the water.the plane left myeik, also known as mergui, and was heading for yangon on a route over the andaman sea when contact was lost wednesday.the plane carried 122 people, with most of the passengers being relatives of military personnel.a post on a military facebook page said the bodies of 31 people — 21 women, eight children and two men — had been recovered, as well as luggage and airplane parts.






abating bait: decline in prized worms threatens way of life


woolwich, maine — dan harrington makes his living unearthing marine worms by hacking away at mudflats with a tool that resembles the business end of an old steel rake.he's fine with the freezing weather, the pungent aromas and the occasional nip from an angry crab, but his latest problem is the big one — the worms just aren't there like they used to be."a bad day is zero worms," said harrington, a second-generation worm raker. "a bad day is when you try out five, six different spots and don't even make enough money to replenish the gas that you put in your tank."harrington's struggle, and that of his fellow wormers, has reverberations around the world. a mysterious drop in the harvest of two of the most popular worms for sport fishermen is proving expensive for anglers, perilous for bait s






hawaii bill targeting commercial fishing industry dies


honolulu — a hawaii bill that sought to change the way commercial fishing licenses are granted died after industry representatives told lawmakers it would wreck the business.the bill sought more oversight of the fishing industry, but that's the role of the federal government, not the state, said state sen. brian tanighuchi, chairman of the senate committee on international affairs and the arts.two committees including taniguchi's deferred the bill indefinitely wednesday, killing it for the legislative session.the bill sought to restrict commercial fishing licenses to people who are legally allowed to enter the u.s., a redundant move because that already is codified. but despite what's currently in the law, the state issues fishing licenses to the men.the bill also would have required fishi






mysterious drop in prized bait worms threatens a way of life


woolwich, maine — dan harrington makes his living unearthing marine worms by hacking away at mudflats with a tool that resembles the business end of an old steel rake.he's fine with the freezing weather, the pungent aromas and the occasional nip from an angry crab, but his latest problem is the big one — the worms just aren't there like they used to be."a bad day is zero worms," said harrington, a second-generation worm raker. "a bad day is when you try out five, six different spots and don't even make enough money to replenish the gas that you put in your tank."harrington's struggle, and that of his fellow wormers, has reverberations around the world. a mysterious drop in the harvest of two of the most popular worms for sport fishermen is proving expensive for anglers, perilous for bait s






mysterious drop in prized bait worms threatens a way of life


woolwich, maine (ap) — dan harrington makes his living unearthing marine worms by hacking away at mudflats with a tool that resembles the business end of an old steel rake.he’s fine with the freezing weather, the pungent aromas and the occasional nip from an angry crab, but his latest problem is the big one — the worms just aren’t there like they used to be.“a bad day is zero worms,” said harrington, a second-generation worm raker. “a bad day is when you try out five, six different spots and don’t even make enough money to replenish the gas that you put in your tank.”harrington’s struggle, and that of his fellow wormers, has reverberations around the world. a mysterious drop in the harvest of two of the most popular worms for sport fishermen is proving expensive for anglers, perilous for b






oscar-nominated emmanuelle riva dies in paris, age 89


paris — emmanuelle riva, a french star of screen and stage nominated for an academy award for best actress in 2013, has died. she was 89.riva died friday afternoon in a clinic in paris after a long illness, her agent, anne alvares correa, told the ociated press.riva was oscar-nominated for her role in "amour, " michael haneke's brutal depiction of an aging couple.with riva starring alongside another french movie legend, jean-louis trintignant, it won the academy award for best foreign language film. they played a loving, elderly parisian couple, one of whom has a stroke. "amour" also won the palme d'or at the cannes film festival.but jennifer lawrence won the academy award for best actress that year, for her performance as a young widower in "silver linings playbook."