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US President Barack Obama has implored voUS President Barack Obama has appealed
to voters to assist in the completion of his career through the implementation of Hillary Clinton
to win the election in November.
Obama, Hillary Clinton praised the Democratic Party convention in Philadelphia,
as the most qualified than ever to run for the White House person.
He said he faced the voters a choice between hope and fear,
and the attack on “local demagogue” Republican Donald Trump.
But Mr. Trump refused to portray an optimistic president.
“Our country does not feel” great already, “for the millions of wonderful people who live in poverty,
violence and despair,” he said on Twitter.
President closed the evening through the main narrative of his victories in the past his eight years in office,
painting an optimistic future for the country.
Obama praised the character Mrs. Clinton, calling her “a leader with real barriers to break plans,
and blast through glass ceilings
and expand the circle of opportunity for every single American.”
However, also addressed the bleak picture of Mr. Trump to America,
pointing out that “it is not America that I know.”
Instead, Obama described his nation as “full of courage,” “a decent and dignified,
” but also is concerned about the ethnic and “frustration with the political deadlock” divisions.ters to help continue his legacy
by carrying Hillary Clinton to victory at the polls in November.
Mr Obama praised Mrs Clinton at the Democratic convention in Philadelphia,
as the most qualified person ever to run for the White House.
He said voters faced a choice between hope and fear,
attacking “homegrown demagogue” Republican Donald Trump.
But Mr Trump rejected the president’s optimistic portrayal.
“Our country does not feel ‘great already’ to the millions of wonderful people living in poverty,
violence and despair,” he said on Twitter.
The president closed the evening
by recounting his key victories over his past eight years in office
and painting an optimistic future for the country.
Mr Obama extolled Mrs Clinton’s character,
calling her a “leader with real plans to break down barriers, blast through glass ceilings and widen the circle of opportunity to every single American”.
However, he also addressed Mr Trump’s grim portrait of America,
noting it was “not the America I know”.
Instead, Mr Obama described his nation as “full of courage”, “decent and generous”,
but also concerned about racial divisions and “frustrated with political gridlock”.
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When I found Jennifer and Aaron Wilson could not get pregnant,
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The couple from North Carolina on the option to start in vitro fertilization (IVF), which mature eggs are fertilized with sperm in the laboratory.
Or they may have already tried to adopt a child in need of a home.
they are applied to the Christian fertility specialist clinic in Knoxville, Tennessee – National Embryo Donation Center (NEDC) – which promised to help them “adopt” the fetus.
Doctors often create extra embryos when undergoing IVF couple,
in case you need multiple rounds of treatment. But this can leave behind a lot.
More than 600,000 are currently being held in frozen storage in the United States,
most of them waiting to be used by the couple that created them the next time you want to try to have a baby.
But there is no need for each of these embryos,
and it is estimated that one out of 10 available for donated embryo.
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that requires careful consideration – embryos must remain indefinitely in the cold preservation or disposal? If you think a couple of human life begins at conception, and this could be the ethical dilemma of urgency.
Mahama, Rwanda: erupted more than a dozen schoolgirls in tears as one Malala Yousafzai about the rapes, said that they have faced, and witnessed as they fled to Rwanda in 2015 to escape fighting in Burundi.
The education activist, 19-year-old clearly moved by the Burundian refugees weep bitterly. “It’s very shocking,” the youngest winner of the Nobel Prize in the world, who survived a near fatal attack by the Taliban in a refugee camp Mahama Rwanda. “It’s a very tragic stories, very moving and emotional.”
And he entered Burundi in the year-long crisis, which has killed more than 450 people and forced 270,000 to flee their follow since President Pierre Nkurunziza won a third term. He said opponents of the move a violation of the Constitution and the agreement that ended the civil war in 2005.
Angie Mireille Ndikumwenayo was on a bus heading to Rwanda in May 2015 when she saw two girls being gang raped on the side of the road.
“They tried to run and call for help but no one could help them because they have guns,” said the player, aged 20 years, pointing to Imbonerakure, youth wing of the ruling party, which says rights groups attacked and torture of government opponents, charges a charge Damascus denies. “It broke my heart.”
Malala’s father, Ziauddin Yousafzai and, compared to the girls to his daughter, reminding that they cried when I heard on the radio in 2009 that the Taliban in Pakistan has issued a decree banning girls from going to school.
“She cried and I cried,” he said during a visit to the camp on Thursday. “But as you know, for the first time I was crying, and then I was screaming and screaming and raise your voice for your rights … when there is night, there is the dawn.”
The vast majority of 50,000 Burundian refugees living in the Mahama camp in southeast Rwanda are children.
The United Nations refugee agency in the (UNHCR) Kenya’s Paul, president of Kirehe field office, often children traveling alone there are about 12 new arrivals every day. “The others are now asking to join a political party and militia, and they refuse then forced to flee,” he said.
He said that people who know the families have fled to Rwanda often fall under suspicion and must also leaves.
He said about 65 percent of the refugees Mahama come from the border province of Kirundo Burundi as barriers make it difficult for people living in the south to leave the country. “And they are being beaten to explain why they were fleeing,” he said. “And they accused of being spies.”
Relations between Rwanda and Burundi tense in the wake of a report to the Security Council of the UN accuses Rwanda of Rwandan training and funding the rebels, a charge Rwanda denies.
Burundi crisis and raised fears it could develop into an ethnic conflict in the region, where memories of the genocide in neighboring Rwanda in 1994 fresh.
The report said rebels, including six children, said they had been recruited in the Mahama camp, an issue that has raised Yousafzai on Wednesday with Rwandan President Paul Kagame. “It’s their age to get an education … not (to) bring them back to their country as soldiers,” she said.
The representative of Rwanda Commission, Saber Azam, and his staff received reports of forced recruitment into the ranks of the refugees, even though they did not witness it themselves.
“In order to be more secure site, and we need to keep children and teens busy, whether in school or out of school,” he said, adding that he had asked the International Olympic Committee to provide children with the football and basketball stadiums.
Angie said Mireille Ndikumwenayo, who witnessed a gang rape on the side of the road, how I felt Yousafzai and girls who have given birth after being raped can not be undone in the classroom.
“It’s a shame to talk and say that I had been raped,” she said, dressed in a blue shirt and black skirt like her colleagues sitting on a wooden bench behind her. “When you’re not married and you give birth, you think life is over.”
Ndikumwenayo became a mother three years ago, but he returned to school with the dream of becoming a journalist to draw attention to violence against women and girls. It is now in her final year at school Paysannat, on a hill outside the camp.
Eight out of ten of the 12,000 students at the school for the refugees, who are studying side by side with the local Rwandan children.
“To find out with these Rwandan children can ease the pressures of life can have,” said Rwanda’s Minister for Refugees (UNHCR), Serafin Mukantabana, herself a former refugee. “They believe that life can go on even if they are in exile.”
The first university in the world in a refugee camp in the camp opened Kiziba in western Rwanda in 2015, including 17,000 Congolese refugees, of whom he was in exile for 20 years.
Students study online and with visiting professors from the Rwandan capital Kigali. “We will be the establishment of the university than ever, the second in a refugee camp in Mahama very soon,” said Saber Commission Yousafzai.
The Ministry of Foreign Another tip: stay indoors
Britons should remain at home, although the situation is now “seems quieter” in Istanbul, says the Foreign Ministry in the latest instructions for travelers.
There was a wide-scale military actions in Turkey, with the deployment of the army into the streets and widespread reports of shooting and explosions in Ankara and Istanbul. It seems that the situation is now calmer in Istanbul, and bridges across the Bosphorus and the re-opening. But there were reports of tanks and small arms fire fire in Ankara. Some trips are converted to Airports in Turkey or cancel. Still the road between Marmaris and Icmeler closed, following reports earlier of fire between the resorts of Marmaris and Marmaris. We strongly advise you to stay at home and avoid public places, in certain demonstrations, and remain vigilant.
If you’re at an airport in Turkey, please follow the advice of authorities and contact your airline or tour operator.
If you are due to travel to or from Turkey in the next few days, we must closely monitor the travel advice we have, and review and airline or tour operator before traveling.
British Airways says it has to cancel all flights to and from Turkey on Saturday, but easyJet said it plans to operate scheduled flights, to a large extent in the Turkish resort towns, says the AP.
104 “conspirators” who were killed overnight
He said the army chief acting on Saturday that some 104 coup plotters were killed after an attempt to overthrow the Turkish government.
“We have been foiled a coup attempt,” said Gen. Umit Dundar in a television appearance. He was captured in 1563 by the soldiers who participated in the coup. The attempt came from sectors of the air force and gendarmerie and some “armored elements,” but insists refused to do so, “since the beginning,” senior leaders.
He said that 90 people – 41 policemen and 47 civilians – “fell martrys.”
He said many of the leaders also taken to “unknown places”, which was ongoing operations to regain control of the military headquarters in Ankara.
According to the official, the special forces of the police and the army and secure the area around the headquarters. He said, “fired by a military officer from within the walls earlier in the morning,” the official told Reuters.
Vow that they will “wipe out” the members of the “parallel structure” from within the ranks of the armed forces, which is one of the largest in NATO.
He told Reuters: “parallel structure” is the shorthand commonly used by Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and others in the government to refer to the followers of the cleric Fethullah Gulen.
“Our people should be any concern, that the era of coups and councils have come to an end, never to be opened again,” said Dundar.
Use of Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan at the same time for Twitter to invite people to stay in the streets, warning of a new flare.
The remainder of the road garbage coup attempt
Josie Ensor, who is reporting from Istanbul, said the roads leading to the city to show signs of a failed coup last night: fixed tanks abandoned by the army and taken over by supporters of Erdogan’s pro who chanted his name.
The city is not completely back to normal, but he’s not looking to the brink of civil war this morning.
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Iran, Pakistan, Qatar cheer coup fails
And the effects of a failed coup other governments in the region.
Iran says the attempt to the military coup in Turkey, “doomed to fail”.
The newspaper quoted Foreign Minister Mohammad Javad Zarif news agency IRNA official, praised the “courageous defense by the Turkish people for democracy and elected government.”
Zarif said the events in neighboring Turkey to prove “that the coup has no place and are doomed to fail in our region.”
Pakistan condemned the coup attempt, with one aide to Prime Minister Nawaz Sharif was quoted as saying in a statement that Pakistan “hopes that peace and normalcy will be restored.”
Qatar also celebrated the coup failed.
“Qatar and expressed strong denunciation and condemnation of the attempted military coup and chaos, and the violation of the constitutional legitimacy of the Republic of Turkey,” the Foreign Ministry said in Qatar said in a statement.
QNA news agency said the emir, Sheikh Tamim Bin Hamad Al Thani, Erdogan called the “to congratulate him for the support of the Turkish people have shown over the leadership of Turkey.”
“…, Also expressed his indignation and strong condemnation of this attempt failed and Qatar stand and solidarity with the brotherly Republic of Turkey in all measures taken to protect the constitutional legitimacy and implementation of the law,” said he.
Was killed in a coup 90 people
The death toll from a coup attempt carried out by Turkish soldiers overnight to 90, reported the state-run Anatolia agency on Saturday that, with 1154 people injured.
Crisis is the first test of Boris Johnson, the new foreign minister. He said this morning that he had spoken with the Foreign Minister, born Chaoah Ihsanoglu, to emphasize Britain’s support for “the democratic institutions and elected government.”
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan to the nation and said that his government is in charge after trying to bring a night of explosions and air battles and shootings around the coup in the capital, wounding at least 60 people dead and at least 150 people.
Government officials said the coup appeared to have failed, as the Turks took to the streets at night to confront the forces trying to control the country. However, the sounds of huge explosions, including one bomb that hit at least making the parliament compound, continued to echo around the capital Ankara, Istanbul and throughout the morning.
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks to the media
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks to the media CREDIT: Kenan Gurbuz
He addressed a crowd of supporters outside the Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on Saturday, Erdogan morning to a crowd assembled there: “People guns against the people’s president, who has brought 52 percent of the people to power, he has pointed in charge of this government brought to power by the people, is responsible . they will not succeed as long as we stand against them by risking everything. ”
He said in an earlier time that the Erdogan government to arrest supporters of the coup in the army and warned “they will pay a heavy price for the betrayal of Turkey.”
In images broadcast on CNN Turk, dozens of soldiers walked among the tanks with hand held up, surrender to government forces on the Bosphorus Bridge in Istanbul. And littered with discarded equipment on the ground. People, some holding flags, jumped on the tanks. It took fifty soldiers to prison, according to the agency’s state-run Anatolia.
Germany supports the elected government in Turkey, says a spokesman for Merkel
A spokesman for German Chancellor Angela Merkel must respect democracy in Turkey, Berlin and support the elected government in Ankara on Saturday after the attempted coup by a faction of the Turkish army.
Angela Merkel CREDIT: Vyacheslav OSELEDKO / AP
“We must respect the democratic system in Turkey. Everything must be done to protect human lives,” said Merkel’s spokesman Stephen Seibert on Twitter.
He said Merkel in close contact with the German Foreign Minister Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Economy Minister Sigmar Gabriel and that Berlin supports the elected Turkish government.
According to Turkish authorities, security forces arrested 754
A number of security forces has reached 754 now in detention, according to the Turkish government,
Rebels still challenge
You have sent an email by the rebels, who call themselves “peace in the home” movement, saying the fighting.
There were also reports of violent clashes between supporters of Erdogan and soldiers, with some rebels who surrendered transformed by the president’s allies.
Turks celebrate near the Bosphorus Bridge
More suggesting that the Turkish President in control, at least in Istanbul, and delivery of the soldiers and people celebrate on top of a tank footage.
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Fethullah Gulen denies involvement in coup attempt
Fethullah Gulen, Islamic cleric denied involvement in the coup. He said his group Alliance for shared values: “Events on the ground are moving quickly and it would be irresponsible for us to speculate on them. We are still concerned about the safety and security of Turkish citizens living in Turkey at the moment.”
Fethullah Gulen CREDIT: Salahuddin SEVI / AP
Death toll up to 60
Recent reports have raised the death toll to at least 60, who understands most of them civilians. There were 42 confirmed cases in Ankara and understood the death of a number of other people have died in Istanbul. The Justice Department said that 336 Turkish rebels were arrested.
Confusion about the motives of those behind the coup
Puzzled Zaynep Tufekci and academic and writer of the motives of those who were behind the coup attempt.
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Yeah. Erdogan once on TV, among the crowds. Coup forces have some planes, but it prevents the massive new developments, and I say that a coup attempt had failed.
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Contract bridge surrender Bosphorus soldiers. This is how it began. Why not a statement, why not a coup on the part of Turkey “Playbook”? We will learn.
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Soldiers appear to be waived
Snapshots from Istanbul appear between 60-100 soldiers have appeared succumbed to what appears on the Bosphorus Bridge.
They were believed to turn themselves in to the police, it seems certain to confirm President Erdogan that the coup had failed.
Who he was speaking to flag-waving supporters at the main airport in Istanbul, the president himself, who backed him to stay in the streets until urged the political situation has returned to normal.
Continuous bomb attacks on the Turkish Parliament in Ankara
A senior Turkish official and bomb attacks on the Turkish Parliament continuing on Saturday, adding that the rebel soldiers have been warned to be shot down if they try to use more military aircraft.
The official also said that there are more deaths in Istanbul, in addition to the killing of 42 people in Ankara, in a coup attempt by a section of the army.
Erdogan says he does not know the whereabouts of the Turkish army chief
Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday he did not know the whereabouts of Gen. Turkey after the coup attempt.
He said, “I do not know the circumstances related to the chief of staff,” Gen. Hulusi Akar Erdogan told reporters after flying into Istanbul, following reports earlier on state media kidnapped by the putschists.
Footage from the parliament attack
It featured a video showing the moment attacked the parliament session.
Video shows “soldiers arrested” on CNN Turk
Footage allegedly showing the army, which took over the building has appeared CNN Turk earlier arrested by the police and journalists.
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The 17 of the 42 police officers killed. ”
The Seventeen of 42 injuries in Ankara, police officers, said a senior Turkish official.
Blast reported in Istanbul
Violence continues in Istanbul, with the explosion rocks moments before the city.
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’42 Dead ‘
Killed NTV television quoted the Office of the Public Prosecutor in Ankara, saying at least 42 people in the “attacks in the capital.
Dawn more than Istanbul
Zia says Wise, a correspondent for The Telegraph in Istanbul, things have calmed down in the city now.
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Istanbul’s main airport appeared under government control
The soldiers have taken control of the main Ataturk Airport in Istanbul on Saturday.
The news agency said the state-run Anatolia that were operations at the airport back to normal, and that will start flights again at 06:00 (03:00 GMT).
The move comes after Erdogan landed there and greeted supporters.
Safe parliament. ”
Mr. Yildirim says CNN Turk that they expect from soldiers up to the rank of senior officer to have been involved in the coup attempt, but does not have any information about who organized.
Parliament says it is safe, and those are inside the safe. There will be a rally on Saturday at 14:00, he says.
“More than 120 arrested ‘
Turkey’s prime minister says rebel soldiers in Ankara and Istanbul and firing from the air still. He says Biennale Prime Minister Yildirim more than 120 were arrested and “Things are getting better every minute.”
Photos show alleged young people who took part in the attempted coup gathered from the civilians and police soldiers emerged.
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“Direct participation” of the cleric in the United States
The Turkish government’s lawyer says, “There are signs of direct involvement” in the coup attempt of the cleric who lives in exile in Pennsylvania.
Robert Amsterdam, said in a statement that he and his company “repeatedly tried to warn the form of the United States government from the threat” by Fethullah Gulen and his movement.
He says that according to Turkish intelligence sources, “there are indications that Gulen has been working closely with some members of the military leadership against the elected civilian government.”
Chairman of the Group promotes the ideas of Gulen has denied the accusations.
Y. Alp Aslandogan New York-based Alliance for the shared values tells the Associated Press, “We deny categorically the accusations and find it to be an extremely irresponsible.”
In the evening earlier, the alliance said, “We condemn any military intervention in (the) Turkey’s domestic politics.”
Military aircraft orders PM conspirators “to be shot down
, Speaking on NTV, says Prime Minister Binali Yildirim it is “annihilitation” of military aircraft used by the putschists. He says military aircraft took off from an air base in Eskisehir, east of Ankara.
Foreign Ministry “strongly” advised Britons in Turkey to stay in their homes
Ministry of Foreign Affairs and “strongly” advised Britons in Turkey to stay indoors and avoid the following public places, “martial law”, which entered into force in the country.
Updated travel advice to Turkey, he said that there were “widespread reports of shooting and explosions in Ankara and Istanbul, and has been the deployment of the army to the streets,” and that “a large military action constantly.”
Tweeted Foreign Minister Boris Johnson he was “very concerned” about the current events in Turkey.
He said: “Our embassy is monitoring the situation closely followed by the British Foreign Office website for advice.”
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Very worried about the current events in #Turkey. Our embassy is monitoring the situation closely. We must follow the British Foreign Office website for advice
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Updated for the British in Turkey’s advice and says, “a large-scale ongoing military action in Turkey, and the state of martial law in effect.
“There are widespread reports of shooting and explosions in Ankara and Istanbul, and has been the deployment of the army to the streets.
“Some flights to airports in Turkey are converted or cancellation, it has closed the bridges across the Bosphorus Strait in Istanbul.
“We strongly advise you to stay at home and avoid public places, in certain demonstrations, and remain vigilant.”
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The place of President Recep Tayyip Erdogan and clear at first but appeared on television, after he returned to Istanbul.
Earlier, it announced that they had “seized full control” of the country – a member of NATO and the applicant for membership of the European Union – in an attempt to restore democracy and the rule of law and military figures.
Prime Minister Binali Yildirim insisted that evolution no more than “an attempt” in a coup, and heard the sound of gunfire outside the military command headquarters, fighter jets flew over the capital and military vehicles blocked the bridges and main access to the airport.
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He said the shadow foreign minister Emily Thornberry said: “We urge everyone in Turkey, at any position, to show calm and restraint in the coming days, and to avoid any action that would split the country or harm its standing in the world.
“There is no justification on any side of violence or human rights abuses, and urge all parties to engage with the international community to maintain peace and democracy, and to settle this situation.
“In particular, we urge all of those in authority to reassure the British and other foreign nationals visiting Turkey it is safe and will be allowed to return without hindrance at the earliest opportunity.”
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The former Liberal Democrat leader Lord (Menzies) Campbell journalists’ union: “We must come simple, the army, which considers itself the guardian of secularism proud tradition in Turkey, has responded to President Erdogan in this way as a surprise.
“His Steps increasingly raised to create the largest religious element in the rule and restrictions in the area of civil rights intense discontent.
“Instability in Turkey profound effects on its relations with the European Union and the issues of immigrants and NATO, which is a long-term military and Turkey’s large and a member of a politician.”
The Confederation of British Insurers said in a statement: “In light of the coup in Turkey, any reservations to travel to the country should contact your tour, travel agents or airlines for advice if a alternative arrangements you should be able to. Transfer travel to new destination insurance.
“You have to regularly check the Foreign and Commonwealth Office travel advice. Any person in Turkey speaks to the tour operator or airline for advice.”
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I just spoke to Turkish Foreign Minister. I call for calm and restraint and full respect for democratic institutions in Turkey and the Constitution.
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He said NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg: “I have just spoken to the Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut CAVUSOGLU I am following events in Turkey closely and with concern.
Ms. Manning, who is sexually converts, and is serving a sentence for 35 in a military facility,
all of whom were male.
He accused her lawyer, the US military of violating her privacy by revealing that it had been taken to hospital.
The military did not disclose the reason for hospital admission, but was linked to a suicide attempt in the media reports.
He said the defense of Mrs. Manning, the team said in a statement: “In the last week, Chelsea made a decision to end her life.
“She would have preferred to keep her private medical information private sector, and focus instead on her recovery.
“She knows that people have questions about how to do, and they want everyone to know they are still under the control of the prison, and is expected to remain in this position for the next several weeks.”
And he sent a tweet from Ms. Manning account on Monday, reading: “I’m okay I’m happy to be alive.
Mariam Mukhtar born on January 1,1992 was a Pakistani Fighter Pilot. Pakistan’s first female fighter pilot to die in the line of duty. She was the daughter of Col.R.Mukhtiar Ahmed Sheikh. She spent her early life in Karachi. She chose to join the armed forces,despite having previously pursued civil engineering from NED,Karachi. She joined Pakistan Air Force as an aviation cadet in the 132nd GD Pilot course in 2007 with seven other female cadets who underwent training with her an graduated as pilot officers. On 6 May 2011,she formally acquired commission in the Pakistan Air Force as Flying Officer.
On 24 November 2015, Mariam Mukhtar Sheikh and her co-pilot were on their routine operational training mission in PAF F-7PG aircraft. A critical malfunction affected the aircraft and in order to save the lives of the civilians both the pilots risked their own lives and ejected when the area was civilian free. Crash took place in Kundian,Mianwali District,about 175 kilometers southwest of Islamabad. Mariam Mukhtar lost her life during the ejection process, were as her co-pilot survived sustaining minor injuries.
Mariams body reached Karachi’s Faisal Air Base in C-130 for burial
“She was indeed a role model for women and pride of Pakistan” were the words said by General Raheel Shareef.
Hats off to the mother of such a courageous daughter.
Son to a Dentist, quite amazing how your future turns out. Off course who said he had to become a dentist as well. But I am sure his daughter would love to follow his footsteps or maybe her mothers, you never know. Mark Zuckerberg had a very co-operative father, who taught him Atari Basic Programmings in the early 90’s and later hired a tutor named David Newman for his son. Newsman said”it was tough to stay ahead of him”.
Zuckerberg did a graduate course from a college near his home while still in high school. In the age when kids played games Zuckerberg made them. And later at Harvard university, with his roommates and fellow students Zuckerberg launched Facebook from Harvard’s dormitory rooms. We all know what happened then. Is there anyone who didn’t watch the movie “The Social network”.
Well the great news is that Mark Zuckerberg and his wife have announced to give the majority of their wealth to charitable and common goods like Education,on the occasion of their daughters birth. Zuckerberg’s personal wealth is estimated to be $45.4 billion. Mark Zuckerberg is the seventh richest American. He became a Billionaire when he was just 23 years old.
Holidaymakers have been urged to arrive at International early as the airport gets ready to handle one of its busiest days of the year.
Departing passengers must now use the E-registration ‘Smart Travel’ system,
which is compulsory, and should arrive three hours before their plane takes off.
Abu Dhabi Airports said in a statement:
“As the school holidays have now started we anticipate around 85,000 passengers will depart from Abu Dhabi International Airport this week.
“Similar numbers are expected over the Eid Holiday, with 6th, 10th and 11th July forecast to be the busiest days.
“Abu Dhabi Airports advises passengers that E-registration, for the newly launched
‘Smart Travel’ initiative at Abu Dhabi International Airport, is now compulsory.
we therefore urge all travellers to arrive to the airport at least 3 hours before their flight departure time during this busy season.
“We have set up E-registration counters in the check-in areas so that guests can register as they wait to check-in. ‘Smart Travel’ was launched in March this year to enhance the passenger experience
by decreasing processing times within the airport by up to 70%.”
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