Tottenham Hotspur ‘This is every kid’s dream’ – Rochdale hero Davies overjoyed with Spurs draw Matthew Scott 03:11 2/19/18 FacebookTwitterRedditcopy Comments(0) Getty Images Tottenham Hotspur FA Cup Rochdale Rochdale v Tottenham Hotspur The striker hit a memorable equaliser in the final seconds and hailed the League One strugglers’ spirit after they snatched a famous FA Cup draw Steven Davies hailed a “special” moment after his 93rd-minute goal fired Rochdale to a memorable 2-2 draw with Premier League Tottenham in the FA Cup.Keith Hill’s side are bottom of League One, but delivered a first-class performance on their re-laid Spotland pitch that merited the Wembley trip that will accompany their replay.AdChoices广告Spurs looked to have escaped with a win when Harry Kane buried an 88th-minute penalty after Lucas Moura scored on his full debut to cancel out Rochdale captain Ian Henderson’s opener. Article continues below Editors’ Picks Lyon treble & England heartbreak: The full story behind Lucy Bronze’s dramatic 2019 Liverpool v Man City is now the league’s biggest rivalry and the bitterness is growing Megan Rapinoe: Born & brilliant in the U.S.A. A Liverpool legend in the making: Behind Virgil van Dijk’s remarkable rise to world’s best player But journeyman striker Davies produced a calm finish with time running out to sprinkle some famous FA Cup magic on the fifth round.Davies told BBC Sport: “I’ve been out injured for seven weeks and I’ve found it very tough to get back into the team. Today Calvin [Andrew] missed out and he’s been brilliant.”I’ve done my job and finished it.”When you look at it, you look at this day and how special it is. I think you look around, it was written wasn’t it? “I thought we did enough to win it. They bring the big fellas on and you’re hanging in there but we’ve got great team spirit and we’ll never give up.”On the upcoming trip to Wembley, Davies added: “It’s every kid’s dream and we’re going to be lucky enough to go there and hopefully put a good performance in and do ourselves proud.”Before the late carnage, Dale captain Henderson looked like playing the hero role after a brilliantly taken effort on the brink of half-time.No player has scored more than Henderson’s six FA Cup goals this season and the former Norwich striker thought the third-tier side were well worth their famous result.He said: “To get a draw against a Premier League club, you can hear the fans now what it means to them, the players, the management staff, the board of directors…We cannot wait to go to Wembley to play them.”I knew we’d always have an opportunity, there’s always a chance when the ball comes into the box, especially with Steveo on, he’s an unbelievable finisher. We deserved that today.”I’ve always dreamed of playing at Wembley and now I can say that I’ve played there… well hopefully if I’m fit and picked!”
The Minister of Culture, Gender, Entertainment and Sport, the Honourable Olivia Grange, has announced a special allocation to Special Olympics Jamaica to enable the national team to compete at the World Summer Games in Abu Dhabi later this month.“As Minister of Sport, I commit to support the Special Olympics programme in Jamaica. And in times like these when our athletes are preparing to represent us in the world games, special funding is also made available. We have provided this time around J$2M,” said Minister Grange at a handing over ceremony at the Ministry’s headquarters today (Friday).The special allocation is provided by the Ministry through the Sports Development Foundation and is in addition to the subvention that Special Olympics Jamaica receives each month from the SDF to fund its programme.Wishing the athletes well ahead of their departure, Minister Grange told them that they “represent the best of Jamaica — our heart, our spirit, our strength and we are extremely proud of you.”The 2019 games, which will take place in the UAE capital between March 8 and 22, is being billed as the most unified Special Olympics World Games in the history of the Special Olympics.Jamaica will send a 98 member delegation — with our athletes competing in Aquatics, Athletics, Badminton, Basketball, Bocce, Football, Volleyball, and Rollerskating. read more
SEGUIN TOWNSHIP, Ont. — Media reports says celebrity businessman Kevin O’Leary was on a boat involved in a crash that left two people dead in Ontario’s cottage country last weekend.O’Leary issued a statement to TMZ saying he was a passenger in the boat when the collision took place on Saturday night. A representative for O’Leary told the celebrity website that the former “Dragon’s Den” star’s wife was driving the boat at the time.Provincial police say two boats crashed on Saturday on Lake Joseph near Seguin, Ont., killing a Florida man identified as 64-year-old Gary Poltash.The force says a 48-year-old woman, identified as Susanne Brito of Uxbridge, Ont., died in hospital on Tuesday.Police have not identified those on the other boat involved and say no charges have been laid in the investigation so far.O’Leary’s statement says he’s fully co-operating with police while his representative says O’Leary’s wife passed a breathalyzer test.O’Leary stars in the ABC show “Shark Tank” and ran last year for the leadership of the federal Conservatives but later dropped out.The Canadian Press read more
FORT ST. JOHN, B.C. – The freezing rain weather warning alert continues in FSJ via Environment Canada.Please use caution while travelling on roadways as driving conditions will be dangerous.Notice from The Weather Network as follows; Issued at 09:35 Tuesday 27 November 2018 Freezing rain is expected or occurring.A Pacific warm front is bringing areas of freezing rain to the Peace River region today. Freezing rain near the Rockies this morning will gradually spread eastward. The freezing rain is expected to become mixed with snow or change to rain late this afternoon as the temperatures rise.Surfaces such as highways, roads, walkways and parking lots may become icy and slippery.Please continue to monitor alerts and forecasts issued by Environment Canada. To report severe weather, send an email to BCstorm@canada.ca or tweet reports using #BCStorm. read more
In an address to the United Nations Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People meeting in Malta, he said that “both sides must seize the current window of opportunity to push the peace process forward, especially by acting under their obligations under the Road Map.”That plan – sponsored by the diplomatic Quartet of the UN, European Union, Russia and the United States – aims to secure a two-State solution to the Middle East conflict, with Israel and Palestine living side by side in peace.Mr. Ban, in a message delivered by Max Gaylard, Deputy Special Coordinator for the Middle East Peace Process, underscored the “punishing humanitarian conditions” endured by the Palestinian people, especially the 1.5 million inhabitants of the Gaza Strip. He noted that two-thirds of Gaza’s residents live in poverty, and the area experienced zero economic growth in 2007.Exacerbating the situation, he said, are ongoing Israeli air strikes and ground operations.“Equally unacceptable and deeply irresponsible are the rocket and other attacks by militants against Israeli civilians and at crossing points,” the Secretary-General said.He welcomed the willingness of Israeli and Palestinian leaders to continue talks, appealing to them not to be deterred by challenges.“To succeed, current efforts to achieve a peace deal need to be underpinned by visible progress on the ground,” Mr. Ban said.The Committee on the Exercise of the Inalienable Rights of the Palestinian People, which was established by the General Assembly in 1975, promotes global support for and assistance to the Palestinian people and seeks to raise awareness of the question of Palestine. 3 June 2008Israelis and Palestinians need to enhance their efforts to bring a peace deal to fruition, although some recent progress has been made, Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon said today. read more
10 October 2008Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon has urged the parties in Zimbabwe to step up their efforts to reach a “workable agreement” following the power-sharing deal reached earlier this month that ended months of political upheaval and set the stage for the formation of a government of national unity. “The Secretary-General is concerned about this impasse,” spokesperson Marie Okabe told reporters today. “He urges the parties to focus hard on reaching a workable agreement as soon as possible. “It is critically important to get a government in place and to take steps to restore the economy and get Zimbabwe on a path to recovery and a better life for its people,” she stated. Ms. Okabe added that the UN, for its part, is making every preparation it can to work with the new government to help solve the problems facing Zimbabwe, where the humanitarian situation is “deteriorating and will continue to worsen through this year and into 2009.” With more than five million Zimbabweans facing severe food shortages, the UN World Food Programme (WFP) yesterday appealed for $140 million to provide vital relief rations over the next six months. Without additional contributions, WFP warned it will run out of stocks in January – at the very peak of the crisis. read more
AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email Wynne to unveil new cabinet Monday when she’s sworn in as Ontario premier TORONTO – Premier-designate Kathleen Wynne turned to her leadership rivals and some Liberal backbenchers for key positions in her new cabinet, which will be sworn-in Monday afternoon, The Canadian Press has learned.Sources said leadership contender Charles Sousa, a former banker, will become Ontario’s new finance minister, taking over from Dwight Duncan, who will officially resign his Windsor seat on Thursday.Nelson Wiseman, a political science professor at the University of Toronto, had expected Sousa would become finance minister after he dropped out following the leadership convention’s second ballot to support Wynne.“Sousa shrewdly sort of positioned himself for that (portfolio), and he really raised his profile in this leadership race,” said Wiseman.The sources said former school board trustee Liz Sandals will become Ontario’s education minister, tasked with trying to rebuild the Liberals’ relations with teachers who are angry over having contracts imposed on them.Sandals, who served as president of the Ontario School Boards Association before being first elected in Guelph in 2003, will take over as education minister from Laurel Broten, who had become a focal point of teachers’ frustration with the government.Broten is expected to remain in cabinet as minister of intergovernmental affairs.The sources said former Ottawa mayor Bob Chiarelli will take over the Liberals’ other problem plagued portfolio, becoming energy minister to replace Chris Bentley, who will officially resign his London seat on Thursday.Chiarelli will be on the political hot seat immediately when the legislature resumes next week, with the Opposition demanding new hearings into the Liberals’ decisions to cancel gas plants in Oakville and Mississauga, at a cost of at least $230 million.Former Winnipeg mayor Glen Murray, who dropped out of the Liberal leadership race just before the convention to support Wynne, will become minister of transportation and infrastructure, said the sources.Several sources told The Canadian Press that Deb Matthews, who co-chaired Wynne’s leadership bid, will stay on as health minister and could also become deputy premier.“The fact that she threw her support behind Wynne and had the prominent role she had in that certainly reinforced their bonding,” said Wiseman.“In fact I can see Wynne asking Matthews: ‘What do you want to do?’”Wynne, who started calling ministers Sunday afternoon to inform them of their new jobs, had to balance everything from political egos to geographical concerns as she built the new cabinet.Analysts say she had to take care of her leadership rivals for the sake of party unity, but fortunately for Wynne her two closest competitors — Sandra Pupatello and Gerard Kennedy — don’t have seats in the legislature and don’t have to be given plum posts.Cabinet speculation started circulating the minute Wynne was crowned as Dalton McGuinty’s replacement at the leadership convention Jan. 26, especially on which loyal backbenchers could finally get promoted to the Liberal front rows, such as Sandals and Sault Ste. Marie’s David Orazietti.The premier-designate has promised to also find cabinet positions for leadership rivals Eric Hoskins and Harinder Takhar, even though Takhar supported Pupatello after dropping out of the leadership race.Wynne already announced that in addition to being premier, she will also be sworn-in as agriculture minister to raise the Liberals’ profile in rural ridings, where they were virtually wiped out in the 2011 election that reduced them to a minority government.Wiseman called the agriculture appointment a “peculiar” move that would be unlikely to convince any rural ridings to vote Liberal in the next election.The Progressive Conservatives said if Wynne wants to send the right signal that she’s ready to reduce the size and cost of government she will bring in a cabinet of 16 ministers, far fewer than the 22 McGuinty had before the leadership race.“I think that would be a good start, something that we suggested long ago,” said PC critic Monte McNaughton.However, some observers expect Wynne may actually increase the size of cabinet Monday as she rewards those who supported her and promotes backbenchers who can help put a new face on the governing party’s front benches.The New Democrats said they were taking a wait and see approach to the new cabinet, but expected to see a lot of familiar faces.“Many of the people that are probably going to be in cabinet are going to be some of the same people that have been there before,” said NDP Leader Andrea Horwath. by Keith Leslie, The Canadian Press Posted Feb 11, 2013 8:09 am MDT read more
PHONE CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN gardaí and journalists, witnesses and other members of the force are among those that were recorded in Garda stations across the country.RTÉ reports that former Garda Commissioner Martin Callinan, who retired yesterday, sent a letter to Justice Minister Alan Shatter nearly two weeks ago.In the the letter, Callinan explains that the Attorney General had been consulted four months ago and a working group established to look at the issue.It goes on to explain that journalists seeking information, members of the gardaí and a witness in an investigation had had conversations recorded and held at Garda Stations.The letter was sent on 10 March, five days before the Justice Minister went to Mexico. However, a spokesperson told TheJournal.ie that the Minister had only received the letter yesterday morning.It was then brought to Cabinet, with the Government announcing that they had established a Commission of Investigation to look into the affair. A Garda spokesperson told TheJournal.ie last night that: “In accordance Garda Siochána Act 2005, the Interim Garda Commissioner will provide a report on the matter to the Minister”. The issue will be debated in the Dáil today, with Alan Shatter due to deliver a statement on the matter at 10.45. Read: Govt reveals: Incoming and outgoing calls at Garda stations taped ‘since the 1980s’Read: Shatter’s department told of recordings two weeks ago – but he only got the letter this morningCatch up: Everything you need to know about GardaGate in one place > read more
A PRIVATE SAFE deposit box facility in Dublin has said there has been a noticeable increase in people renting boxes because of aggravated burglaries.The latest crime statistics released yesterday showed aggravated burglary rose by 19.5% in the last year and Seamus Fahy, Director of Merrion Vaults told TheJournal.ie that this coincides with what his company has been seeing recently.“We have people coming in who have either been subject to an aggravated burglary the day before or their neighbours have been, some are coming in because of someone they know who it happened to,” he explained.He said a lot of his clients would have safes in their own homes, either because they run small businesses and have cash on hand or because they own expensive jewellery. A client told me last week that thieves put the kettle onto boil and said “tell us where the safe is before it boils” and obviously you do.“In the last six months certainly we’ve seen a jump in people telling us aggravated burglaries are why they want a safe deposit box,” he said.Some 1,200 of the vault’s boxes have already been rented and the company has only been open for one year.Read: Murders up, but most other crimes down in the 12 months to March>Read: Homeowner punched in face and tied up by burglars>Read: New arrest after burglars raid home of woman and child with nail bar> read more
Software Engineer Embedded Tesla Model 3 Key Fob In ArmTesla EV Catches Fire After Colliding With Tow Truck in Moscow Stay on target Demand charges have become a common sight on utility bills in recent years. How do you fight them? By producing and storing your own electricity onsite, like Sierra Nevada Brewing.The company just finished installing a 1 Megawatt-hour battery array at their Chico, California headquarters. It’s one of Tesla’s massive Powerpacks, just like the five dozen that help power the entire island of Ta’u in American Samoa. As amazingly meta as it would have been, these are not the crazy beer waste batteries we told you about back in October of last year.Sierra Nevada’s new Powerpack, loving crafted by TeslaSierra Nevada has tremendous power generation capabilities at the brewery. Thanks to nearly 11,000 solar panels — which they say is one of the largest privately-owned arrays in North America — they can already meet about 20% of the brewery’s power demands.They could also power 260 or so average American homes, but, hey, we still need delicious beer to drink. And brewing beer on the scale of more than a million gallons a year means boiling a hell of a lot of water.Additional power at the Chico site is generated by ten microturbines that produce about 2 megawatts. That extra power gets pumped to the Powerpack, where it’s stored to help the company fight off demand charges during times when the solar panels aren’t producing at their peak.That’s important from an environmental standpoint, but also from an accounting standpoint. Cheri Chastain, Sierra Nevada’s sustainability manager, says that the company spent more on demand charges than they did on actual electricity in 2016. read more
DeAndre Yedlin is making headlines in the aftermath of USA’s 2-0 defeat to Brazil for asking referee Fernando Guerrero: “You watched the World Cup, right?”Following his World Cup antics, every foul on Neymar will be questioned for the rest of his career. USA vs. Brazil was no exception. In the 21st minute, referee Fernando Guerrero stopped play when DeAndre Yedlin tripped Brazil’s star. The youngster, who was in charge of man-marking Neymar throughout last night’s contest, did not agree with the call and made sure his opinion was heard, shouting:“You watched the World Cup, right? You watched the World Cup?”Here, see it for yourselves:”Did you watch the World Cup?”PSG ultras sent a warning letter to Neymar Manuel R. Medina – September 14, 2019 Brazilian superstar Neymar might play today his first game of the season for Paris Saint-Germain and the team’s ultras have warned him.DeAndre Yedlin got Neymar jokes ? pic.twitter.com/CXEgp7CBNi— FOX Soccer (@FOXSoccer) September 8, 2018Both men laughed and the contest moved on, but social media didn’t. People can’t stop talking about Yedlin’s comments, although the American simply expressed his opinion (and said what’s on everyone’s mind whenever Neymar drops to the ground).Brazil won 2-0 and Neymar scored, so he got the last laugh. read more
WASHINGTON (WSVN) — White House Press Secretary said she believes that God wanted Donald Trump to become president.Sanders made the statement in an interview with the Christian Broadcasting Network.“I think God calls all of us to fill different roles at different times and I think that he wanted Donald Trump to become president, and that’s why he’s there,” Sanders said. “I think he has done a tremendous job in supporting a lot of the things that people of faith really care about.”According to the Washington Post, much of the Christian Broadcasting Network’s audience is made up of white evangelicals, Trump’s most fervent supporters.—–Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. read more
Khaleda Zia. File PhotoBNP chairperson Khaleda Zia on Thursday declined to comment on the latest national election, reports UNB.”No comment,” is what she said when reporters asked her about the December 30 polls after the Niko corruption case hearing.Awami League-led Grand Alliance won 96 per cent seats in the 300-member parliament.Khaleda Zia’s BNP joined hands with Jatiya Oikya Front to contest the election but they won in only seven constituencies.Khaleda appeared before the special judge court around 12:10pm. When newly-appointed judge Sheikh Hafizur Rahman of Dhaka Special Judge Court-9 arrived, the BNP chief complained about inadequate sitting arrangement.The judge ordered providing chairs for everyone and said he would talk to the authorities to take necessary steps.Several moments later, the former prime minister warned that she would not appear before the court “if this situation continues.”The court fixed 13 January for the next hearing.ACC filed a case on 9 December 2007, accusing Khaleda and four others of causing the state a loss of Tk 137.77 billion by signing an oil-gas exploration deal with Canadian company Niko when the BNP was in office.Police submitted a chargesheet against the accused on 5 May the next year. read more
Unaltered in the press release were Swift’s comments about the other track: “‘Delicate’ is a song about the vulnerability that immediately surfaces in all of us the minute we meet someone we want to like us,” it reads. “We think about everything they might’ve heard about us, every reason they wouldn’t want us. Every step forward toward that other person scares us, but it thrills us too. ‘Delicate’ is about the balancing act of the rush and the fear and hoping it’s really worth it to take that chance.”The singles session was Swift’s second Spotify exclusive in recent weeks, along with the “Delicate” vertical video. Swift had harshly criticized the service in 2014 and removed her music from all streaming services over what she said were unfair royalty payments; a few months later she relented with Apple, and ultimately returned all of her albums to the major services in June of last year. Her latest album, “Reputation,” was withheld from all streaming services until three weeks after its release last November.Swift launches her “Reputation” stadium tour on May 8 in Arizona. ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15 Popular on Variety Taylor Swift recorded acoustic versions of her song “Delicate” and Earth, Wind & Fire’s “September” for a Spotify Singles session that were released Friday morning. By early afternoon, an uproar had broken out on two fronts.First, her hushed, banjo-driven take on EWF’s most popular song (head here for an excellent history of the original version) received such a torrent of less-than-enthusiastic attention on social media that Hollywood Life published a story with the headline “Twitter Needs to Seriously Chill About Taylor Swift’s ‘September’ Cover.” Swift’s version is calmer and dramatically different from EWF’s euphoric original.At around the same time, according to reports, the press release announcing the songs was revised to eliminate the second two sentences in this paragraph: “Taylor says that she chose ‘September’ for sentimental reasons. She’s always loved the classic tune by Earth, Wind & Fire, and notes that the month of September is especially meaningful to one of her relationships. An added layer of sentiment came from being able to record the song in a Nashville studio, the city Taylor moved at age 14 to pursue country music.” Spin has done some speculative analysis on the edit, as well as Swift’s alteration of the date in the song’s opening line, which she changes from Sept. 21 to Sept. 28. read more
Journal information: Proceedings of the Royal Society B Team develops method of identifying impact of gut microbes Humans (and other animals) have known since they first evolved that once fruit (and other food) begins to go bad, it also begins to taste awful—the usual response is to toss the fruit rather than eating it. And that, according to Daniel Janzen in a paper he had published back in 1977, is just what microorganisms are hoping for. By eating fresh fruit and leaving behind chemicals that taste bad, they are ensuring that other animals won’t happen by and take the food away from them. Other scientists over time have looked into proving that what Janzen hypothesized was true, but none have been able to do so.In 2006, a team of researchers came close by building a mathematical model that would show how Janzen’s theory works, if it were true. But, in so doing, they found a flaw. In a paper they published, they noted that if some microbes put extra work into making food taste bad to larger animals, it would open the door to other microbes that didn’t bother—giving them an advantage. In the end, they decided the awful taste of rotting food was simply the result of food going bad and being eaten by microbes.In this new effort, the research team revisited the efforts of the team in 2006, but added a new variable—time of arrival by microbes. In the first effort, the researchers assumed that all microbes arrived on the scene at the same time, which would give them all equal footing. But, what if some arrived earlier than others? That would give them a distinct advantage, especially if they left behind chemicals that not only put off larger animals, but other microorganisms who may not be willing to put in the effort to make food taste bad.This is all still just theory of course, someone still needs to figure out a way to test whether some microbes find food and begin adding chemicals to it before the competition arrives. © 2014 Phys.org More information: Why fruit rots: theoretical support for Janzen’s theory of microbe–macrobe competition, Proceedings of the Royal Society B, Published 11 March 2014 DOI: 10.1098/rspb.2013.3320AbstractWe present a formal model of Janzen’s influential theory that competition for resources between microbes and vertebrates causes microbes to be selected to make these resources unpalatable to vertebrates. That is, fruit rots, seeds mould and meat spoils, in part, because microbes gain a selective advantage if they can alter the properties of these resources to avoid losing the resources to vertebrate consumers. A previous model had failed to find circumstances in which such a costly spoilage trait could flourish; here, we present a simple analytic model of a general situation where costly microbial spoilage is selected and persists. We argue that the key difference between the two models lies in their treatments of microbial dispersal. If microbial dispersal is sufficiently spatially constrained that different resource items can have differing microbial communities, then spoilage will be selected; however, if microbial dispersal has a strong homogenizing effect on the microbial community then spoilage will not be selected. We suspect that both regimes will exist in the natural world, and suggest how future empirical studies could explore the influence of microbial dispersal on spoilage. Citation: Biologists revisit Janzen’s theory of microbe-macrobe competition with new variable (2014, March 12) retrieved 18 August 2019 from https://phys.org/news/2014-03-biologists-revisit-janzen-theory-microbe-macrobe.html This document is subject to copyright. Apart from any fair dealing for the purpose of private study or research, no part may be reproduced without the written permission. The content is provided for information purposes only. (Phys.org) —A team of biologists from the U.K., Germany, and Canada has adapted a theory that suggests that microbes cause food to spoil so that larger animals won’t eat it. In their paper published in Proceedings of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, the team describes how changing one variable added more support to the theory overall. Explore further Credit: Andrew Dunn/Wikipedia read more
More Valley freeways to be closed this weekend for improvements Associated PressTRIPOLI, Libya (AP) – Libya’s newly formed national assembly elected former opposition leader Mohammed el-Megarif as the country’s interim president on Friday, the latest move to establish a democratically based leadership after decades of rule by deposed dictator Moammar Gadhafi.El-Megarif won 113 votes to defeat another opposition leader and human rights lawyer, Ali Zidan, who won 85 votes from the 200-member General National Congress, an assembly created in the first nationwide election since Gadhafi’s ouster and killing last year. Both men had been diplomats who defected and fought Gadhafi’s regime while living in exile since the 1980s. El-Megarif will hold the office until a new constitution is in place sometime next year. He replaces Mustafa Abdul-Jalil, head of the outgoing transitional council, which was disbanded Wednesday when Abdul-Jalil handed power to the new assembly.The body, which voted just after midnight, was elected in July in a turnout that exceeded 60 percent.It will choose a prime minister within 30 days, then decide on a mechanism to select a 60-member panel tasked with writing a constitution. The assembly had been charged with forming the panel until July, when in a last minute move the outgoing transitional council declared that the panel will be elected directly by the people.Lawmakers however have said that the assembly has the right to reverse the move.(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Sponsored Stories Top Stories Patients with chronic pain give advice “This is a historic moment and no one is a loser,” said Hussein al-Ansari, an independent lawmaker speaking after the victor was announced. “The two are nationalist fighters who battled the regime.”El-Megarif, who authored a series of books on Gadhafi’s repressive policies, lived as a wanted fugitive for years, and was the leader of the country’s oldest armed opposition movement, the National Front for the Salvation of Libya. The movement made several attempts to end Gadhafi’s 42-year rule, sometimes by plotting assassination attacks including a well- known and daring 1984 assault on Bab al-Aziziyah, the late dictator’s fortified compound in Tripoli.The regime cracked down on the group, executing and arresting many of its members. Many fled abroad where they worked as political activists. El-Megarif’s movement organized the first Libyan opposition conference in London in 2005 and called for the overthrow of Gadhafi’s regime at a time when other groups, including the Muslim Brotherhood, accepted Gadhafi’s outreach to the opposition.Upon his return to Libya after last year’s armed revolution, he formed a new party, the National Front, which sees Islam as a broad guideline to the state’s affairs, but does not mention the implementation of Islamic Sharia law. However since el-Megarif’s old movement was founded by several Islamists, and ex-members of the Muslim Brotherhood, he is seen as close to Islamist parties. New high school in Mesa lets students pick career paths Think Tank analyzes the second round of Democratic debates Comments Share Meghan McCain to release audiobook on conservatism, family Clean energy: Why it matters for Arizona Early signs of cataracts in your parents and how to help read more
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