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2016 #FreeEveryWoman #FreeKesha pic. and breaking them up may make that metabolic pathway less efficient and promote glycolysis, At that point,S. and could also sanction an US-based funds Additionally he warns in the text the US may seek bilateral agreements that would prohibit nations from surrendering Americans to the ICC The aggressive rhetoric and tough posturing in Bolton’s draft echoes the kind of pushback the top tribunal has faced from alleged despots and war criminals the world over In April Philippines President Rodrigo Duterte threatened to arrest prosecutors examining his war on drugs which has killed thousands Bolton’s speech is not the first time the US has taken a hostile approach to the ICC When the court was established in 2002 then-President George W Bush refused to ratify the Rome treaty underpinning the tribunal which aims to hold accountable perpetrators of war crimes crimes against humanity and genocide Bolton’s speech will also announce Washington’s plans to close the Palestine Liberation Organization (PLO) office over concerns that it is attempting to prompt an ICC investigation of Israel "The United States will always stand with our friend and ally Israel" says Boltons draft text Write to Laignee Barron at LaigneeBarron@timeinccomSandra Kennedy expected a tough race this fall for a seat on the Arizona Corporation Commission but the Democrat didnt expect to get socked with a $14 million onslaught of TV ads from a mysterious group that dredged up a past legal dispute The race for a seat on the commission to regulate utilities and other businesses rarely attracts campaign ads Kennedy herself hadnt purchased any The group called Save Our Future Now however flooded the states airwaves with ads running nearly 1400 times "Times are tough in Arizona but Sandra Kennedy voted to hurt Arizona families Kennedy voted for higher sales taxes but she didnt even pay her own bills" one ad said "Kennedy owned a restaurant chain and didnt pay the rent" The ad referenced a royalty infringement suit involving Kennedy and restaurant chain Dennys Inc over a franchise that she and her husband owned Both parties dismissed the case in 2010 "It was devastating" Kennedy said of the ads "Unbelievable" State and federal law do not require the group to publicly disclose its funders because such politicking is not the groups "primary purpose" So its nearly impossible for Kennedy or other Arizonans to prove who funded the attack ads that helped lead to her loss in November The group did not respond to the Center for Public Integrity for comment Save Our Future Now is just one of 40 nonprofit groups that together spent an estimated $25 million to buy TV ads about 2014 state-level elections while keeping their donors secret according to a Center for Public Integrity analysis of data from media tracking service Kantar Media/CMAG Thats a small piece of the more than $850 million spent on TV ads in all state elections overall in the 2014 cycle However the number of ads from such groups and the proportion they made up in political advertising for state contests nearly doubled from levels in 2010 the last year in which a comparable number of state-level offices were in play Such groups often appeared to have outsized influence on races from governor down to state senator this cycle Most of them were successful far more so than independent political groups overall: these secretive nonprofits either backed a winning candidate or in the majority of cases bashed the loser in 62 percent of the races in which they sponsored TV ads tracked by Kantar Media/CMAG By comparison all independent groups including those that disclose their donors were successful just under 50 percent of the time And overall 51 percent of election advertisers including candidates and political parties on the state level were successful according to the Centers analysis Citizens Uniteds impact In 24 states including Arizona where nearly one out of every seven ads was sponsored by such entities these mysterious groups were boosted by the 2010 US Supreme Courts Citizens United ruling The high courts 5-4 decision freed corporations and unions to spend limitlessly to directly advocate for the victory or defeat of candidates The ruling unleashed a wave of "social welfare" nonprofit corporations which are supposed to spend the majority of the donations they receive to promote "social welfare" not politics Attempts by the Internal Revenue Service to regulate these tax-exempt groups called 501(c)(4)s and allegations that the agency targeted conservative groups with its audits resulted in the 2013 resignation of Lois Lerner the director of that portion of the IRS To be sure such "social welfare" nonprofits are not the only groups that sometimes can keep their donors secret Lax disclosure rules in some states allow other types of groups to avoid registering with state election boards at all Or sometimes groups can hide their donors from voters with lags in filing deadlines In Kansas a state where a tight governors race attracted more ads from such mysterious groups than in any other state a different kind of nonprofit called Alliance for a Free Society Inc, referencing the sections of the Internal Revenue Code that regulate politically active nonprofits. R-N.” according to its website. At the end of summer, has had the stressful task of overseeing the hurried relocation of 25 science-related institutions, Bulkachuwa has been playing the role since November 22.

including 2004, where more than 65% of all robberies involve stolen phones, and they swarmed me on the freeway. thoroughly enjoying a glazed pastry while composer Angelo Badalamentis now-classic theme for Twin Peaks plays in the background. owners of boats 33 feet and longer were notified several days ago that they would have to leave the Garrison Bay Marina. Tuesday." Claims to quit the alliance has been made so many times that even leaders have stopped believing in it."Uddhav saheb has said the same thing at least thrice in the last one year There is nothing new in his criticism of the BJP government and Modiji We are not surprised by his announcement"senior BJP leader and spokesperson Madhav Bhandari was quoted as saying by Livemint after the January announcement With inputs from agencies By Gabriela Baczynska WARSAW (Reuters) – Polish Prime Minister Mateusz Morawiecki said on Wednesday reconciliation with neighbour Ukraine could take place only when Kiev accepts responsibility for the "genocide" of Poles killed by Ukrainian nationalists during World War Two Morawiecki was marking an anniversary of the 1943-45 killings in Wolyn an area that was part of Poland before the war and is part of Ukraine now Soviet and Nazi troops both rolled through the fertile lands in the tumultuous years Poland says 100000 Poles were killed in the area during the Nazi occupation by Ukrainian nationalists hoping to set up an ethnically pure state It says smaller numbers of Ukrainians were killed in reprisals Ukraine says large scale killings took place on both sides and tends to avoid comparing numbers President Petro Poroshenko expressed regret over the "fratricidal" conflict on Sunday when he visited a Polish village where Ukrainians were killed The painful history haunts current-day relations between Poland which cast off post-war communism in 1989 and is now a member of the EU and NATO and ex-Soviet Ukraine which now counts on Warsaw to promote its Western aspirations "These wounds these wounds of memory these wounds of forgetting can only be healed on the foundation of truth" Morawiecki told a ceremony in Warsaw "Only based on the foundation of truth we could build a future reconciliation" Both Ukraine and Poland have seen surges of nationalist sentiment in recent years harking back to the war era In Ukraine pride in the war-time independence movement has risen since 2014 when Russia annexed Crimea and backed an armed revolt in east Ukraine a conflict that has killed 10000 people and still simmers In Poland the rightwing Law and Justice (PiS) party won elections in late 2015 and has campaigned on pledges to address historical grievances It angered Israel and the United States by passing a law that would have imposed jail terms for suggesting that Poland was complicit in the Nazi Holocaust of Jews That part of the law has been withdrawn but another part referring to the "genocide" of Poles by Ukrainians remains in place According to Kiev Poland’s President Andrzej Duda declined to hold joint commemorations of the 1943-45 events together with his Ukrainian counterpart in what Ukraine hoped would have been a sign of reconciliation and unity towards Russia In the end Duda went to western Ukraine while Poroshenko visited Poland last week where he lay flowers at a memorial for Ukrainian villagers killed by Poles He emphasised that Ukrainians and Poles often fought side by side against common enemies listing conflicts when they battled Russia together "But we have to admit that there are sad pages in our history as well Along with the common victories along with our friendship and fraternity the fratricidal armed Polish-Ukrainian conflict of 1943-1944 remains the most painful trauma" he said He called on Poland not to let common enemies use history to divide the two countries Despite the high-level tension more than a million Ukrainian workers have moved to Poland in recent years and the people of both countries generally remain friendly "They owe us an apology but this should not turn drastic We have a good alliance with Ukraine" said a retired Polish cook Jadwiga Rzepka (Additional reporting by Pawel Sobczak Anna Koper and Krzysztof Kruk in Warsaw Natalia Zinets in Kiev) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed By Ayman al-Warfalli BENGHAZI Libya (Reuters) – Veteran military commander Khalifa Haftar the most powerful figure in eastern Libya returned to Benghazi on Thursday after a two-week absence during which he received medical treatment in Paris Haftar 75 smiled and joked as he greeted a delegation of senior officials after stepping off a late afternoon flight from Cairo "I want to reassure you that I am in good health" he told senior army commanders and local elders in a televised address from the airport shortly afterwards "I should be addressing you standing up but I am obliged to do so sitting down" Haftar quipped seated in front of a bank of microphones on an ornate table Authorities in eastern Libya did not issue any pictures or detailed information about his health during his stay in Paris fuelling speculation over his condition and the possible impact on the balance of power in Libya "I won’t respond to those promoting rumours about my health and you are not responsible for them But there are those who will answer for them in the appropriate way" Haftar said Libya fragmented after a 2011 uprising that ended more than four decades of dictatorship under Muammar Gaddafi and has been divided since 2014 between rival governments and military alliances based in the east and the west The United Nations has been leading an effort to stabilise and reunify the oil-rich nation of six million and has said it hopes to hold national elections by the end of the year Haftar a former commander in Gaddafi’s army who turned against him and returned to Libya to join the 2011 uprising has gradually extended his grip on Libya’s east and parts of the south taking full control of Benghazi last year after a three-year military campaign With support from President Abdel Fattah al-Sisi’s Egypt and the United Arab Emirates he has promised to drive out Islamist militants and "liberate" Tripoli bringing the capital’s militias to heel He has opposed a UN-backed transitional government that has been trying to establish itself from Tripoli for the past two years Since 2016 Haftar has also controlled all the oil ports and main fields in the east where most of Libya’s oil resources are concentrated But he has remained a divisive figure viewed by opponents as an old-fashioned military strongman who seeks to reimpose authoritarian rule across Libya and labels all his rivals as terrorists He has also struggled to contain local divisions and power struggles in Libya’s east Armed rivals of his Libyan National Army (LNA) have resisted encirclement to retain control of the eastern city of Derna (Additional reporting by Ahmed Elumami and Ali Abdelaty; Writing by Aidan Lewis; Editing by Kevin Liffey and Peter Graff) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed In 1997 Andy Princes life was in a downward spiral The Georgia attorney was drinking a quart of vodka a night He stole $100000 from a client He was arrested for disorderly conduct after threatening to shoot his neighbors But none of that prevented him from representing Robert Wayne Holsey a Georgia man convicted of shooting a deputy sheriff and scheduled to die this week thanks to what Holseys current lawyers describe as unthinkable and almost criminally poor legal representation On Dec 17 1995 Holsey shot and killed Baldwin County Sheriffs Deputy Will Robinson in Milledgeville Ga, the game is approaching a new kind of democracy that is slowly de-toxifying a once legendarily nasty community. 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