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In the Western part of Lithuania, on the highway Vilnius - Kaunas - Klaipeda, completed construction of a new «Center of logistics» transport and logistics company Vlantana. The building is equipped with modern conference facilities and leisure area, a restaurant and a hotel for the convenience of the employees and the guests. On the territory of the center is the center of personnel training, car washing, filling station, maintenance center, and the warehouse, appointed with the latest equipment. 

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Push for vans to be stationed at regional jails in anticipation of increasing number of inmates who use them

One man, in his late twenties, says he's a "huge fan of the vans" because he thinks they're "the only way you can get out" of jails. But he says they're so crowded that he once ended up "on a bus with six people crammed in it".

The vans are expensive, but they're a better option than staying in the jail for months or even years. Many men who've taken up taking up the van say it's been so much better that way.

Travis Kucheren, a senior analyst with the Department of Justice, says he's not convinced a van is the answer.

"It's going to take a year of training and then you are supposed to move up from day to day or weeks to weeks... and I'm not sure you'd have that with the system in place. I've seen people spend months locked up in the same cells because they were unable to get up every day."

Mr Kucheren says that the US jail system needs reform, that many of the inmates in state and federal prisons are in need of rehabilitation, and that prison overcrowding has cost communities $200 billion (£154 billion) over the past 50 years.

Jail advocates on the other hand say they believe the vans are essential to addressing the housing crisis.

Darrell Beitlow, an attorney with the National Prisoner Legal Information Center, said that by focusing on van inmates, it's creating what he says are safer inmates.

"What we're really interested in is improving the quality of life of those individuals in our prisons, those that the system says that are most in need of services and housing," he told the BBC.

"People are suffering in jails at a really alarming rate, and we really need solutions that are going to reduce those numbers as much as possible."

But critics of van use have expressed concern it could harm prisoners.

One of the vans parked at one of the prisons, for example, has a sign on the front that reads "The inmates here have rights" - meaning that they can call or write staff if they are "in need" of their services.

"If they have a health issue or medical issue, or have a family member in jail that they have to contact, they can easily call our office," the sign reads. "There would be more people at the jails if we had that service, but we don't at all."

While there are many vans in use today, they don't stop and it's usually a short trip to the van.

The vans are often the largest cars in many jails so they are ver
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Libs stuck with turnbull has been an absolute disaster

Turnbull's failure to deliver on Labor's plan has set a dangerous precedent

This time there is not just a few questions, though; there is a real issue. It's clear that Turnbull doesn't know what he's doing. When Turnbull was first elected, there were a number of claims of government policy failures, some of them significant. The Coalition's promised policies didn't materialise. The Coalition's promise of a $6bn infrastructure fund was not delivered. The Coalition's promise of an extra $50bn in foreign aid was not delivered.

Even if Turnbull were able to deliver on all of these promises, his record would be one that would remain highly critical. The Liberal Party was already divided, with one large faction opposing both of those policies and others supporting them, with its internal divisions almost entirely driven by internal arguments. The leadership of the Liberal Party was already divided, and the internal battles over policy had already begun to affect the Party's message, which was in reality being presented in different, but equally negative, ways. If Turnbull wanted to win power, he could have delivered the positive policies he promised and the negative ones he didn't.

For the record, we can only imagine Turnbull's reaction if, after spending all this time hammering his own policies, he suddenly came across some bad news. I wonder how he would react. It's true that we don't really know, though, if Turnbull's actions, while good for him, really matter.

As Malcolm Turnbull prepares for a potential leadership contest, the political situation remains rather muddled Read more

But even if we assume Turnbull doesn't have much to lose, he doesn't have a great track record to follow. After all, the Turnbull Government had already gone so bad that Turnbull's election had to come up in a major election, not before. There's still the matter of the government's reputation, with many in the electorate being torn between the ALP and the Liberals, with two sides of the fence not really quite even separated, as was supposed to be. There's also the question of Malcolm Turnbull. In a system where the leader always has some sort of advantage, Turnbull is the one who is the most vulnerable, with an easy out in the event of the government's failure, not the other way around.

The other challenge that Turnbull faces is the fact that in a state where the Labor Party is so well-known, and where Abbott doesn't get the headlines he might otherwise, the question of who would win and whom would lose a leadership election is something that will come up again and again throughout his term, and he has little time for it.

We've seen the same thing happen at the national level during thi

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2020-05-29 в 12:20

Nullarbor farmers hope for drought aid success on Saturday as weather turns cold. The region suffered last month's devastating drought.

Farms say the conditions are becoming tougher with weather conditions forecasted to become warmer than usual on Sunday.

But the farmers and residents of the region say they are in desperate need of money.

"We are in a crisis situation, that is why I have decided to start a campaign against dry conditions and help the farmers," said Nargunde, who owns the nearby village of Kuntjhe.

Tension runs high

For farmers in the area, the situation on the ground is getting more dangerous.

At the Bembelo district office of the South African government's Rural Development Department, several people have been killed this year by cattle rustlers and a group of angry neighbours. Some of the injured are in a critical condition.

"We are running out of money as well. For now we only have cash for food, the other way around they steal some of our cattle and sell them into the market," said Sisak, who runs a farm in the region.

In Natal, people have also experienced a spate of cattle rustlers this year. The situation was worse in 2013 and 2014, but it hasn't improved since.

On Saturday alone, 12 people were killed by cattle rustlers in the state, according to state police spokesman, Pravin Zwane.

"We have been dealing with this problem and it has become very difficult to deal with it. Now the cattle rustlers attack the people in a very serious way," he said.

The region faces water shortages and problems with sanitation and roads.

But some of the farmers hope for a change after being hit with drought conditions last month.

"After last month I started to think about how to raise food on my own, in order to save money. But now the situation is getting even worse," said Nargunde.

Mapping drought conditions

Dry weather, or dry conditions, typically means higher temperatures and more intense rainfall in South Africa.

In June alone, South Africa experienced a severe dry spell with rainfall of over 150 millimeters (7 inches) in an hour, setting off panic among farmers trying to collect their crop from the fields.

The problem has been exacerbated this year by conditions near the border with the Democratic Republic of Congo, which in October declared a state of emergency as the dry conditions increased the risk of fighting between government troops and rebel militia fighters.

The situation has been exacerbated further by the government-imposed drought.

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Abbott a dig it up cut it down prime minister says that a lot of his friends were doing things like this because they were angry.


Mr Abbott he's mad about the big banks. He really believes they're bad people.


TONY JONES: And are you angry with them because of the sort of things that you've said about them, if this is so?


MARK LUDLAM: I think Mr Abbott is, first of all, mad he doesn't know how to play a political game.


TONY JONES: OK. Mark, you say you know who has more money than them. It was Tony Abbott and this is Mark Ludlam, we're listening in here.


MARK LUDLAM: This is Mark Ludlam, you're the best news anchor in politics and media and this is my question. I think the problem is Tony Abbott knows more about politics than you do about the world of big banks. I mean that's not what the public has a right to know about.


TONY JONES: No.


MARK LUDLAM: I don't believe in the government in government. We all know they are in complete control of the bank portfolios which they own.

TONY JONES: Okay. What about the foreign bank accounts?


MARK LUDLAM: Well, we want to get a balance, we don't want a balance that was created by the taxpayer and we want to get that balance, we don't want to see a problem with one of the big international banks which in effect owns the entire global financial system. The banks do this all the time.


TONY JONES: Okay.

MARK LUDLAM: The banks do it in the name of the economy when the country, as well as the taxpayer does it. It has got to stop. But, Mr Abbott I think, is really happy to just continue with the big, big cuts that the Howard government had to make. That will mean the loss of a significant part of the bank balance sheet, and they're not taking it as that seriously that it is.


TONY JONES: And you think this may be a real issue in the next election?


MARK LUDLAM: Not really. I mean he's the leader of the opposition and there are only three members of this parliament who have real expertise with this topic. If that's not an issue it is something we need to know about, because even if he's the leader of the opposition that is not a genuine issue that needs addressing because if he's going to have a job he needs to understand this very, very, very well.


TONY JONES: Okay. Well,

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From: kristall


I've bought a copy of the book in Zurich and am curious to know how your review is. I just started reading with a book called: This is How Things Work, and I'm quite impressed with this book. I like the fact that you try to avoid the conventional opinion of the "scientists" about the workings of the earth and that your book is clearly a natural progression. The book is a combination of scientific facts (such as the fact that the atmosphere is made up of nitrogen, which is very different from what we think) and personal experiences (such as the one on a lake where you can see water, and water in the sea). Although I find the author's approach a little bit naive and naïve, I found the book very interesting and I can't wait for the next book in the series on the earth! Thanks,


From: jason

To: kristall


Your work and experiences do indeed inspire me.


I have tried to write these comments as if I have also visited several of your sites and am grateful. The most important is the following:

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Teen knocks off parko in final round of MotoGP World Championship

The victory over Yamaha is also a great step forward for Suzuki. The Japanese manufacturer has failed to make a step-change following the disappointing season of the last five years – in the end, riders were forced to settle for second and third in the standings despite winning four races and finishing in third place across both MotoGP and IMSA World Challenge seasons.

The Honda rider was on the start line with the No. 17 Suzuki SV650 in front and the Honda rider was riding in third at the start when the motorcycle went off the track at around 80 kilometres per hour.

While the Honda rider immediately tried to get up and clear the bike and managed to pull off a few moves on his team-mates as he attempted to get back on the bike, Suzuki did get lucky as the rider hit the gas in the top gear, and was forced to pull into the wet patch between turn six and turn seven before making a recovery.

There was no danger to the Yamaha, as the team was able to pull him into the chicane and continue to the finish.

In a short press conference after the victory he said: "I hope to give some good news in the next few days. After our first World Challenge season this year we are now happy to win this season's World Championship."

"It was a great step forward for the team, it shows a lot of progress for our team," Suzuki said. "But in addition we achieved some great results in terms of performances.

"We had some really great races in the last World Challenge seasons. In 2015 it was the first time that we put out a good number of points. In 2016 we went into the second season with a goal to win this championship.

"Now it's time to get on with the next phase of the season. We have some great people here. A couple of top level guys here and a few other riders from different factory are working with us at the moment. It will take some time for us to get going but we are very excited with what we've achieved over the last four years.

"It will be the first time in my career that I see my debut on MotoGP podium, and I'm just so happy. We are going to be very happy and it looks to be going great."

Honda confirmed late this afternoon that Suzuki will return to the MotoGP programme in 2016 with the new LCR Honda BT01 to be used for World Challenge races in 2017 and 2018.

Asked about Suzuki's positive test results, Honda team principal John Corbould said: "He is going to come back to MotoGP in 2016.

"From the first lap he is really strong. I

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