This group is very open and all four teams are capable of qualifying as well as finishing in fourth place. New-Zealand v Norway, Thu 20 Jul 19.00, AucklandPhillipines v Switzerland, Fri 21 Jul 17.00, DunedinSwitzerland v Norway, Tue 25 Jul 20.00, HamiltonNorway v Phillipines, Sun 30 Jul, 19.00, AucklandSwitzerland v New-Zeland,Sun 30 Jul 19.00 DunedinGroup B:Stephanie Catley and Cailtin Foord (Australia) will compete against Katie McCabe (Republic of Ireland). Australia being the host will be slightly favourite to win the Group ahead of Olympics champions Canada. Australia v Ireland, Thu 20 Jul 20.00, SydneyCanada v Ireland, Wed 26 Jul, 20.00, PerthAustralia v Nigeria, Thu 27 Jul 20.00, BrisbaneCanada v Australia, Mon 31 Jul 20.00, MelbourneIreland v Nigeria, Mon 31 Jul 20.00, BrisbaneGroup C:Mana Inwabuchi (Japan) will play all her group games in New-Zealand. Zambia v Japan, Sat 22 Jul 19.00, HamiltonJapan v Costa Rica, Wed 26 Jul 17.00, DunedinJapan v Spain, Mon 31 Jul 19.00, WellingtonGroup DLotte-Wubben, Leah Williamson, Beth Mead and maybe Jordan Nobbs (England).
North Korea calls them “volunteers” who willingly toil for free in coal mines and on farms as an expression of their love for the country and its leader. “There is no young person who would willingly volunteer to go to such a place.”And rich kids or those with political connections can get out of the hard labor, sources in North Korea told Radio Free Asia. North Korea routinely forces citizens to provide free manual labor for government projects, farm work and industry, and lionizes them as volunteers sacrificing themselves for the country. But over the past two years, the government has sent young workers to the mines and farms around seven or eight times. “They say these young people volunteered but, in fact, they were forcibly sent away,” he said.17 days ago The Paradise News
They’re a first-rate operation, and they’re going to create a lot of good-paying jobs here, Rev. They’re going to do that pretty soon. We’ve creating more jobs in the first two years of any presidency: 735,000 manufacturing jobs. We’re going to make sure all American workers with college degrees and without college degrees are prepared to compete with anyone in the world. So, just like over the last century, American workers built carburetors, now American workers are going to build vehicles, batteries in a new clean-energy economy.3 days ago The Paradise News
Let me start with a few words about the recent elections held in the United States. And at this critical moment, no nation is better positioned to help build the future we want than the United States of America. So now that you’ve met with him face-to-face, how do you assess his sort of posture towards the United States now? To what extent do you think China has the ability to talk North Korea out of conducting such tests? Q Mr. President, will you take —THE PRESIDENT: No, no, I don’t think that —Q — a question from an Indonesian?18 days ago The Paradise News
Over his 30-year Navy career, he amassed over 1,100 hours of flight time, including 70 hours of combat. One of the scores of articles Charles Obie OBrien has saved over the years during his long Navy career. (Stephen Katz/ The Virginian-Pilot/TNS)O’Brien’s sky-bound military career began in 1946. But when I got out of that airplane, I knew I was going to be a pilot,” O’Brien said. He and another pilot flew to 45,000 feet above the eye, then down into the center of the storm.16 days ago The Paradise News
And there’s a strong sense from all the leaders of the world of the strength of the American economy, and we’ve seen the willingness to want to work together and also here at home. You know, I’ve called together a group of labor leaders and business leaders to discuss progress in building the economy from the bottom up and the middle out. The economy grew at 2.6 percent last quarter while inflation started to slow and unemployment started — stayed low. This week we saw the growth in prices in business pay for goods and services to come down as well. You’re also going to save a lot of money going forward because your utility bills will be lower.14 days ago The Paradise News
More and more North Korean construction workers deployed to Russia are escaping from their jobs after hearing they are to be sent to Russian-controlled areas in Ukraine, sources in Russia told RFA. The cash-strapped North Korean government sends legions of workers to Russia to earn desperately needed foreign currency. “The North Korean workers are nowhere to be seen at the construction sites these days. Russia’s Ambassador to North Koera Alexander Matsegora mentioned the possibility of sending North Korean workers to Ukraine in an interview with the Russian newspaper Izvestia in July. There were 21,000 North Korean workers living in Russia as of September 2018, a December 2018 statement from the Russian foreign ministry said.1 month ago The Paradise News
So, for your awareness and not for reporting, our speakers on the call today are [senior administration official], [senior administration official], and [senior administration official]. So I’ll turn it over to you, [senior administration official]. SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL: Thank you very much for that laydown. SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL: I would say, in terms of any other news on additional bilats, there’s nothing additional to report at this time. SENIOR ADMINISTRATION OFFICIAL: (Inaudible) — I think it’s just premature to speak to that when there’s news to report on this.24 days ago The Paradise News