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amina's kitchen download


download download join amina in her kitchen as she travels across the world to cook delicious international cuisine. help her collect the right ingredients to cook each dish - from pide and iskendar in turkey to chickpea salad and stuffed peppers in morocco. travel through cities in turkey, pakistan, malaysia, indonesia, australia and morocco to explore cultures and cuisine. a great tool to help kids in learning the concept of halal and non-halal ingredients in a fun and interactive way.






reporter alleges he was ‘body slammed’ by montana gop candidate


a reporter for the guardian was allegedly assaulted by greg gianforte, the republican candidate in the montana u.s. house race, the reporter said via twitter.        






montana gop candidate cited after reporter alleged he was ‘body slammed’


a reporter for the guardian was allegedly assaulted by greg gianforte, the republican candidate in the montana u.s. house race, the reporter said via twitter.        






uber harassment case shows a new obstacle for women


uber has done it again — offended users, that is.after a former engineer said she had been sexually harassed and discriminated against while working at the company, some riders who had been on the fence finally decided to #deleteuber.but uber also may have alienated another key group: talent... (amina elahi)






how is agent tried to groom a reporter for london attacks


a bbc investigation has unearthed evidence that islamic state (is) agents were trying to recruit people in 2016 for an attack on central london.in online messages sent to a bbc inside out reporter, an is recruiter suggested attacks on two locations which were both targeted earlier this year.the authorities were fully aware of the reporter's contact with the organisation.






gianforte apologizes to reporter for assault before election


helena, mont. — u.s. rep.-elect greg gianforte of montana says in an apology letter that he "had no right to assault" a reporter.gianforte's letter to reporter ben jacobs of the guardian dated wednesday is part of a settlement with jacobs in which the reporter agrees not to object to gianforte entering a plea of "no contest" to a misdemeanor assault charge.the republican will contribute $50,000 to the committee to protect journalists as part of the settlement agreement.jacobs says he hopes the episode will reinforce respect for freedom of the press and encourage more civil discourse.jacobs previously said he was "body slammed" by gianforte on the day before the may 25 special congressional election in montana when the reporter tried to ask him a question.gianforte won the election and was






montana u.s. rep.-elect gianforte apologizes to reporter for assault before elec


u.s. rep.-elect greg gianforte of montana says in an apology letter that he "had no right to assault" a reporter.gianforte's letter to reporter ben jacobs of the guardian dated wednesday is part of a settlement with jacobs in which the reporter agrees not to object to gianforte entering a plea of "no contest" to a misdemeanor assault charge.the republican will contribute $50,000 to the committee to protect journalists as part of the settlement agreement.jacobs says he hopes the episode will reinforce respect for freedom of the press and encourage more civil discourse.jacobs previously said he was "body slammed" by gianforte on the day before the may 25 special congressional election in montana when the reporter tried to ask him a question.gianforte won the election and was charged with mis






how is agent tried to groom a reporter for london attacks


a bbc investigation has unearthed evidence that islamic state (is) agents were trying to recruit people in 2016 for an attack on central london.in online messages sent to a bbc inside out reporter, an is recruiter suggested attacks on two locations which were both targeted earlier this year.the authorities were fully aware of the reporter's contact with the organisation.terror by text: an inside out special airs on bbc one hd and bbc one london at 19:30 bst on monday.






model emily ratajkowski condemns new york times reporter who said, ‘melania is a


melania trump thanked the actress and model emily ratajkowski on twitter on monday night for defending her against a reporter’s derogatory comment.ratajkowski said on twitter earlier in the day that a reporter for the new york times, whom she sat next to at an event sunday, had said, “melania is a hooker.” ratajkowski, who did not identify the reporter, defended the first lady.as a young model melania appeared topless in a number of men’s magazines before marrying her billionaire husband in 2005.in a response on twitter on monday night, trump praised women who support one another, mentioning ratajkowski by her twitter handle. the tweet was trump’s first since saturday and only the fifth since her official white house account was created last month.in a statement, the times described the re






espn hires nba reporter adrian wojnarowski from yahoo just days after layoffs


days after massive round of cuts, network is adding high-profile nba reporter.        






body-slammed reporter ben jacobs says greg gianforte is refusing interview


"congressman gianforte continues his pattern of avoiding responsibility for his actions," the reporter wrote in a statement.        






groupon shares jump on strong earnings


five years after groupon went public, its stock has taken a dive — again.groupon (nasdaq: grpn) shares closed at $3.94 thursday, erasing a year of gains and marking its anniversary down 85 percent since the company's ipo on nov. 4, 2011. on that day, as a fast-growing site that resonated with... (amina elahi)






‘our business opportunities are so promising’: wall street journal fires reporte


one email indicates jay solomon served as an intermediary for a us$725 million contract between the uae and farhab azima, a business mogul who was also the reporter's source






new immigration guidelines crack down on computer programmer jobs


the u.s. citizenship and immigration services agency issued a memorandum that makes it harder for companies to bring foreign technology workers to the u.s. using the h-1b visa process.the new guidelines, issued late friday, require additional information for computer programmers applying for the work visa to prove the jobs are complicated and require more advanced knowledge and experience. the new policy is effective immediately, so it will change how companies apply for the visas in an annual lottery process that begins monday.outsourcing firms, which have faced the most amount of criticism, stand to lose the most. shares of cognizant technology solutions, infosys, wipro and accenture each slipped more than 1 percent in monday afternoon trading in new york.what is an h-1b visa, and why ar






sean spicer implodes while sparring with reporters about ‘fake news’


white house press secretary sean spicer got into a heated debate with reporters on tuesday when they confronted him with president donald trump’s accusations about them producing “fake news.”when asked by a reporter to list an example of “fake news,” spicer pointed to one tweet by a bbc reporter that incorrectly claimed that trump was not wearing a translation earpiece while talking with foreign leaders over the weekend.when the bbc reporter realized his mistake, he issued a public correction less than two hours later, although this wasn’t enough to stop spicer from chastising him regardless.“on friday, the president was having a great discussion at the g7 and someone from the bbc, and ultimately an incoming reporter for the new york times retweeted that the president was being rude by dis






cat gets in the middle of a reporter's story


this reporter was trying to do a story, but for obvious reasons she couldn’t make it through. take a look at how this cat crashes the story.full story at youtube.more great cats. posted by josh urich






'can the chicago fire win the world cup?' reporter owns his mistake


the reporter who earned worldwide attention for his bastian schweinsteiger press conference question regarding the chicago fire and the world cup has owned and explained his mistake.derek henkle, an afp video journalist who does not regularly cover soccer or sports, now-infamously asked schweinsteiger whether he could help the fire win the world cup in the german star's introductory press conference with the mls club.reporter: "can @chicagofire win the world cup?"






police: levittown man menaced reporter with knife


advertisement | advertise on newsdayjeremy henggeler, 40, of levittown, was arrested monday, may 1, 2017, accused of menacing a reporter,  nassau county police said. (credit: ncpd) a man was charged with menacing a news reporter who approached him near the garage of his levittown home to question him about comments he made on social media about being stuck in traffic during a firefighter’s funeral.jeremy henggeler, 40, of rope lane, was awaiting arraignment in first district court in hempstead on charges of menacing in the second-degree and criminal possession of a...






reporter face-plants into giant snowman


wyff news 4's myra ruiz demonstrates how a pro handles adversity and fortunately wasn't hurt when she slammed into this giant snowman on a sled. the post reporter face-plants into giant snowman appeared first on holy kaw!.






greg gianforte avoids jail time for assaulting reporter


audio recording of the incident, and another reporter’s description of what happened.bozeman, mont. (ap) — montana’s next congressman, greg gianforte, has been given a 180-day deferred jail sentence after the republican technology entrepreneur pleaded guilty to assaulting a reporter on the eve of his election last month.justice of the peace rick west sentenced gianforte on monday for the misdemeanor, ordering him to complete 40 hours of community service and 20 hours of anger management counseling and pay a $385 fine.guardian reporter ben jacobs says gianforte “body slammed” him when he tried to ask the congressional candidate a question on may 24.jacobs agreed not to sue gianforte in exchange for the politician writing a letter of apology and donating $50,000 to the committee to protect j






trump criticizes reporter who released a portion of trump's 2005 tax return


president trump is criticizing the reporter who released a portion of trump's 2005 tax return, and is expressing doubts concerning the reporter's account of how he obtained the form.the tax forms were obtained by pulitzer prize-winning journalist david cay johnston, and reported on msnbc's "the rachel maddow show" on tuesday. johnston, who has long reported on tax issues, said he received the documents in the mail, unsolicited.but in a tweet wednesday, trump asked, "does anybody really believe that a reporter, who nobody ever heard of, "went to his mailbox" and found my tax returns? @nbcnews fake news!"trump has refused to release his tax returns, saying he is under a routine irs audit.the returns showed that trump paid an approximately 25% effective tax rate thanks to a tax provision he h






no electricity, homes in ruins: a reporter goes home and finds misery, hope and


in a return to america's paradise, a reporter finds the double-barreled disasters of hurricanes irma and maria punished rich and poor alike.        






inside the african union race: why the favourites lost | kenya news


addis ababa, ethiopia - it is the morning after the night before and the cold chill of the night have lifted.at the african union headquarters in addis ababa it's postmortem time and everyone is asking one question: how did the favourites - amina mohamed of kenya and abdoulaye bathily of senegal - lose?their people had walked around the summit halls and el lobbies with a swagger - chests puffed, chins up and smiles from ear to ear.team kenya put the champagne on ice and the invites to the celebration party at one of the five star els were extended to friends and allies. but this was before the heads of state voted.kenya ran the best pr at the summit. president kenyatta was one of the first heads of state to land and lobby in ethiopia. it looked like a done deal. or so the press corp gather






inside the african union race: why the favourites lost | kenya news


addis ababa, ethiopia - it is the morning after the night before and the cold chill of the night have lifted.at the african union headquarters in addis ababa it's post mortem time and everyone is asking one question: how did the favourites, amina mohamed, of kenya, and abdoulaye bathily, of senegal, lose?their people had walked around the summit halls and el lobbies with a swagger - chests puffed, chins up and smiles from ear to ear.team kenya put the champagne on ice and the invites to the celebration party at one of the five-star els were extended to friends and allies. but this was before the heads of state voted.kenya ran the best pr at the summit. president kenyatta was one of the first heads of state to land and lobby in ethiopia. it looked like a done deal. or so the press corp gath






durbin, davis to introduce anti-violence bill to address childhood trauma


editor's note: tribune crime reporter peter nickeas posted a version of this to his facebook page wednesday, hours after news broke about the on-air killing near roanoke, va., of a tv reporter and a cameraman.the difference between the shooting in virginia and every other act of gun violence is...






angela merkel looks in horror as trump accuses german reporter of being ‘fake ne


president donald trump on friday hit back at a german reporter who asked him about his obsession with labeling any piece of information he didn’t like as “fake news.”during a joint press conference with german chancellor angela merkel, a german reporter asked the president both why he supported isolationist trade policies, and why he was “so scared of diversity in the news,” referring to trump’s repeated attacks on unfriendly media outlets.trump started off his response by sarcastically calling her a “nice, friendly reporter” before pivoting to her first question about his support for protectionism.“i am a trader, i am a fair trader,” trump insisted. “i am a trader that wants to see good for everybody worldwide, but i am not an isolationist by any stretch of the imagination.”trump then mov






angela merkel looks on in horror as trump accuses german reporter of spreading ‘


president donald trump on friday hit back at a german reporter who asked him about his obsession with labeling any piece of information he didn’t like as “fake news.”during a joint press conference with german chancellor angela merkel, a german reporter asked the president both why he supported isolationist trade policies, and why he was “so scared of diversity in the news,” referring to trump’s repeated attacks on unfriendly media outlets.trump started off his response by sarcastically calling her a “nice, friendly reporter” before pivoting to her first question about his support for protectionism.“i am a trader, i am a fair trader,” trump insisted. “i am a trader that wants to see good for everybody worldwide, but i am not an isolationist by any stretch of the imagination.”trump then mov






david moyes: sunderland stand by boss but say comments are "wholly inappropriate


media playback is not supported on this device moyes 'deeply regrets' slap remarksunderland have given their support to boss david moyes but say his comments that a bbc reporter might "get a slap" were "wholly inappropriate".moyes has apologised for what he said to vicki sparks after an interview following a draw with burnley in march.the scot has also revealed that the club knew about the incident soon after it occurred."such actions are not condoned or excused in any way," said sunderland in a statement."the exchange between the manager and a bbc reporter was wholly unacceptable. "david recognised this immediately, proactively bringing the matter to the attention of the ceo and apologising to the reporter. "the club also spoke with both a senior figure at the bbc and the reporter persona






david moyes: sunderland stand by boss but say comments are "wholly inappropriate


media playback is not supported on this device moyes 'deeply regrets' slap remarksunderland have given their support to boss david moyes but say his comments that a bbc reporter might "get a slap" were "wholly inappropriate".moyes has apologised for what he said to vicki sparks after an interview following a draw with burnley in march.the scot has also revealed that the club knew about the incident soon after it occurred."such actions are not condoned or excused in any way," said sunderland in a statement."the exchange between the manager and a bbc reporter was wholly unacceptable. "david recognised this immediately, proactively bringing the matter to the attention of the ceo and apologising to the reporter. "the club also spoke with both a senior figure at the bbc and the reporter persona






cnn’s kirsten powers draws ‘a straight line” between trump and gop candidate’s a


cnn’s kirsten powers on wednesday related montana republican greg gianforte’s body-slamming of a guardian reporter to donald trump’s antagonistic rhetoric towards journalism, noting there’s a “straight line” between the two.referring to audio that reports to catch guardian reporter ben jacob’s exchange with gianforte, powers notes that on tape, “the reporter is saying, quite clearly, ‘he body-slammed me,’ and no one disputed it.”“if the reporter forced their way into an office, that’s inappropriate,” powers noted. “that said, the response to that is never physical violence”host anderson cooper later noted there might be a connection between trump and the “environment of antipathy toward reporters and this sort of license to act out on it” displayed by gianforte.powers pointed to a statemen






david moyes: sunderland stand by boss but say comments are "wholly inappropriate


media playback is not supported on this device moyes 'deeply regrets' slap remarksunderland have given their support to boss david moyes but say his comments that a female bbc reporter might "get a slap" as "wholly inappropriate".moyes has apologised for what he said to vicki sparks after an interview following a draw with burnley in march.the scot has also revealed that the club knew about the incident soon after it occurred."such actions are not condoned or excused in any way," said sunderland in a statement."the exchange between the manager and a bbc reporter was wholly unacceptable. "david recognised this immediately, proactively bringing the matter to the attention of the ceo and apologising to the reporter. "the club also spoke with both a senior figure at the bbc and the reporter pe






all he got right was ‘my name and my place of employment’


the reporter who was thrown to the ground by greg gianforte says the montana republican’s account of the incident was almost entirely inaccurate.ben jacobs, a reporter for the guardian, said he was body-slammed wednesday by gianforte while trying to ask him questions about the health care reform bill, but the gop candidate claimed the “aggressive” and “liberal” reporter was accidentally thrown to the ground during a struggle over his recording device.gianforte’s account is disputed by an audio recording of the incident, and a fox news crew that witnessed the event actually described the gop candidate’s actions as more violent and menacing.the candidate was charged with misdemeanor assault, and jacobs told abc’s “good morning america” that gianforte had misrepresented the encounter. “the on






disney’s iger says hackers claim to have stolen upcoming movie – hollywood repor


walt disney co chief executive bob iger has revealed that hackers claimed to have access to an unnamed upcoming movie and have demanded a ransom, the hollywood reporter said on monday.iger made the comments during a town hall meeting with abc employees in new york city, the hollywood reporter said, citing multiple sources.the hackers have demanded that a huge sum be paid on bitcoin, but disney has refused to pay, the publication said.disney was not immediately available for comment.(reporting by anya george tharakan in bengaluru; editing by sriraj kalluvila)






lawmakers: fired radio reporter didn't id herself at meeting


chattanooga, tenn. — a reporter for a radio station at the university of tennessee at chattanooga has been fired after state lawmakers complained she failed to disclose her presence during a meeting on a state transgender bathroom bill.the chattanooga times-free press (http://bit.ly/2nfiew3 ) reports that lawmakers said wutc-fm reporter jacqui helbert failed to properly identify herself as a reporter during meetings march 7 between lawmakers and a group of high school students.helbert says she wore a press id badge at the capitol, was carrying radio equipment, and never concealed her intentions.university spokesman george heddleston says in a statement the university's decision to fire helbert was "based on a violation of journalism ethics."the students were advocating against the bathroom






police: levittown man menaced reporter with knife


advertisement | advertise on newsdayjeremy henggeler, 40, was arrested monday, may 1, 2017, accused of menacing news 12 long island reporter virginia huie with a knife in the driveway of his levittown home. (credit: ncpd; news 12 long island) a man was charged with menacing a news reporter who approached him near the garage of his levittown home to question him about comments he made on social media about being stuck in traffic during a firefighter’s funeral.jeremy henggeler, 40, of rope lane, was awaiting arraignment in first district court in hempstead on charges of menacing in the second-degree and criminal possession of a...






kellyanne conway snaps after being told trump hates new york times reporter


top trump adviser kellyanne conway appeared agitated tuesday after being told that the president disliked a new york times reporter who frequently covers the white house.during a newseum event, hollywood reporter’s michael isikoff asked conway why donald trump gave interviews to new york times reporter maggie haberman.“i know the president’s views of maggie haberman,” isikoff said. “and yet — why does he speak to her?”“what do you mean his views of her?” conway asked.“his view of her is he doesn’t like her,” isikoff responded. “why would you say that?” conway shot back.“well, because he’s told me,” isikoff said. “michael, i just have to push back. that’s just not true. i think it is inappropriate to say who the president does or does not like, respectfully.”“and you just made my entire poi






london attack: bbc reporter witnesses van hit pedestrians


police are responding to reports that a van has hit a number of pedestrians on london bridge in central london.the met police say they are dealing with an incident on the bridge and "multiple resources" are in attendance.bbc reporter holly jones recounts what she saw.






homeless crisis is solvable, but won't yield to political timidity


in government as in business, it’s easy to tell leaders from mere politicians: leaders tend to produce results, while politicians settle for “addressing” problems, usually by spending more of somebody else’s money.early this month, mayor kevin faulconer announced his intention to address san diego’s homeless crisis, with details to come in a few weeks. this gives taxpayers a chance to demand that he lead instead.“this homeless crisis did not start overnight and it will not be solved overnight,” faulconer said jan. 12. “but there is more that our region can do and will do. this is an unprecedented problem that demands an unprecedented level of cooperation.”the mayor is absolutely correct in his diagnosis. yet he failed to mention the real tragedy of san diego’s crisis — it is entirely avoid