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CANBERRA Hydro Flask Coffee 20 Oz Mint Sale , June 16 (Xinhua) -- Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott has maintained he will do ""whatever is necessary"" to keep asylum seeker boats out of Australian waters, amid claims paying people smugglers has been a policy of successive governments.


The fresh allegations that the former Labor governments of Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard were involved in the payment of people smugglers arose on Tuesday, following the current Abbott government's repeated refusal to deny its involvement in paying people smugglers to turn a boatload of asylum seekers back to Indonesia.


Australian intelligence officials have made cash payments to members of Indonesian people-smuggling rings for at least the past four years, a Fairfax Media report said on Tuesday.


It said multiple sources confirmed such payments were a tactic of successive governments, though incentivizing turnbacks were not the policy of the Rudd and Gillard governments.


Members of people-smuggling rings were paid for information about operations of the syndicate, or to dissuade them from launching boats, according to Fairfax.


When asked to comment, Labor said it would be unlawful to "" divulge security or intelligence information,"" but denied paying people smugglers to keep people on unsafe boats.


The allegations place further pressure on Australia's weak relationship with Indonesia.


Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla said on Tuesday that the 30,000 U.S. dollars in payments allegedly made to people smugglers by Australian officials to return asylum seekers to his country would amount to bribery.


Indonesia's Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi has accused Australia of ""deflecting the issue,"" but Abbott remains defiant that ""stopping the boats"" is the major issue.


Government data says no boats of asylum seekers entered Australian territory in April or May.


""Again the only thing that really counts here is that we have stopped the boats,"" Abbott said on Tuesday. ""The most moral thing you can do here is to stop the boats.


""We will do whatever is necessary within the law consistent with our standards as a decent and humane society to stop the boats because that is the moral thing to do.""

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WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday adopted strong rules that would ban " paid prioritization" in which Internet service providers charge content companies for higher speed connections.


The so-called "net neutrality" rules, approved by a three-to- two vote, reclassified broadband Internet access from an information service to a telecommunications service under Title II of the 1934 Communications Act. That means the FCC would regulate Internet service providers more like traditional telephone companies.


"We have heard endless repetition of the talking point that ' Title II is old-style, 1930's monopoly regulation,'" FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said in statement. "Let me be clear, the FCC will not impose 'utility style' regulation. We forbear from sections of Title II that pose a meaningful threat to network investment, and over 700 provisions of the FCC's rules. That means no rate regulation, no filing of tariffs, and no network unbundling."


Under the rules, broadband providers may not block or degrade access to legal content, applications, services, or non-harmful devices. They also may not favor some lawful Internet traffic over other lawful traffic in exchange for payment -- in other words, no "paid prioritization" or "fast lanes." In addition, this rules ban providers from prioritizing content and services of their affiliates.


FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, who voted in favor of the rules, said in a statement that she supported network neutrality because blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization schemes may undermine the Internet.


"We cannot have a two-tiered Internet with fast lanes that speed the traffic of the privileged and leave the rest of us lagging behind," Rosenworcel said. "We cannot have gatekeepers who tell us what we can and cannot do and where we can and cannot go online."


Republican Greg Walden, chairman of the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, however, responded with a warning that "consumers, investment in state-of-the-art networks, and job creation all stand to lose from today's heavy- handed decision."


"We believe the Internet has worked well under current rules," Walden said. "Resorting to Great Depression-era rules will trigger a stampede to the courts, unleashing years of lawsuits and uncertainty at a time when U.S. leadership and the Internet economy are more important than ever."


ADEN, Yemen, Feb. 1 (Xinhua) -- The Saudi-backed Yemeni government will temporarily resume work in the southern city of Aden following an agreement with separatist forces, a military official told Xinhua Wednesday.


The Saudi-led coalition brokered an agreement between the government and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) to diffuse the ongoing tensions in Aden, said the Yemeni military official who spoke on condition of anonymity.


"The STC agreed to give the country's Presidency some time to replace the Aden-based government," the official said, adding that Prime Minister Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr and his cabinet members will not depart from the city.


President Abdu-Rabbu Mansour Hadi will declare a new decision in the next days to form a caretaker government, the source said.


Another source based in Aden said that the two-warring sides agreed to move all the military bases to new locations outside Aden.


Hours after the agreement, scores of detained soldiers and officers from the two-warring sides were released from the jails in Aden.


A source from the Southern Transitional Council told Xinhua by phone that new commanders will be appointed by the STC to lead the military bases of the. Jerseys Cheap Jerseys For Cheap Jerseys From China Jerseys From China Jerseys China Jerseys China Jerseys China Football Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap Wholesale Baseball Jerseys

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RE: sitional Council told Xinhua by phone that new c

in F r e i s t i l 24.08.2018 01:38
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CANBERRA Hydro Flask Coffee 20 Oz Mint Sale , June 16 (Xinhua) -- Australia's Prime Minister Tony Abbott has maintained he will do ""whatever is necessary"" to keep asylum seeker boats out of Australian waters, amid claims paying people smugglers has been a policy of successive governments.


The fresh allegations that the former Labor governments of Kevin Rudd and Julia Gillard were involved in the payment of people smugglers arose on Tuesday, following the current Abbott government's repeated refusal to deny its involvement in paying people smugglers to turn a boatload of asylum seekers back to Indonesia.


Australian intelligence officials have made cash payments to members of Indonesian people-smuggling rings for at least the past four years, a Fairfax Media report said on Tuesday.


It said multiple sources confirmed such payments were a tactic of successive governments, though incentivizing turnbacks were not the policy of the Rudd and Gillard governments.


Members of people-smuggling rings were paid for information about operations of the syndicate, or to dissuade them from launching boats, according to Fairfax.


When asked to comment, Labor said it would be unlawful to "" divulge security or intelligence information,"" but denied paying people smugglers to keep people on unsafe boats.


The allegations place further pressure on Australia's weak relationship with Indonesia.


Indonesian Vice President Jusuf Kalla said on Tuesday that the 30,000 U.S. dollars in payments allegedly made to people smugglers by Australian officials to return asylum seekers to his country would amount to bribery.


Indonesia's Foreign Minister Retno Marsudi has accused Australia of ""deflecting the issue,"" but Abbott remains defiant that ""stopping the boats"" is the major issue.


Government data says no boats of asylum seekers entered Australian territory in April or May.


""Again the only thing that really counts here is that we have stopped the boats,"" Abbott said on Tuesday. ""The most moral thing you can do here is to stop the boats.


""We will do whatever is necessary within the law consistent with our standards as a decent and humane society to stop the boats because that is the moral thing to do.""

"

WASHINGTON, Feb. 26 (Xinhua) -- The U.S. Federal Communications Commission (FCC) on Thursday adopted strong rules that would ban " paid prioritization" in which Internet service providers charge content companies for higher speed connections.


The so-called "net neutrality" rules, approved by a three-to- two vote, reclassified broadband Internet access from an information service to a telecommunications service under Title II of the 1934 Communications Act. That means the FCC would regulate Internet service providers more like traditional telephone companies.


"We have heard endless repetition of the talking point that ' Title II is old-style, 1930's monopoly regulation,'" FCC Chairman Tom Wheeler said in statement. "Let me be clear, the FCC will not impose 'utility style' regulation. We forbear from sections of Title II that pose a meaningful threat to network investment, and over 700 provisions of the FCC's rules. That means no rate regulation, no filing of tariffs, and no network unbundling."


Under the rules, broadband providers may not block or degrade access to legal content, applications, services, or non-harmful devices. They also may not favor some lawful Internet traffic over other lawful traffic in exchange for payment -- in other words, no "paid prioritization" or "fast lanes." In addition, this rules ban providers from prioritizing content and services of their affiliates.


FCC Commissioner Jessica Rosenworcel, who voted in favor of the rules, said in a statement that she supported network neutrality because blocking, throttling, and paid prioritization schemes may undermine the Internet.


"We cannot have a two-tiered Internet with fast lanes that speed the traffic of the privileged and leave the rest of us lagging behind," Rosenworcel said. "We cannot have gatekeepers who tell us what we can and cannot do and where we can and cannot go online."


Republican Greg Walden, chairman of the Energy and Commerce Subcommittee on Communications and Technology, however, responded with a warning that "consumers, investment in state-of-the-art networks, and job creation all stand to lose from today's heavy- handed decision."


"We believe the Internet has worked well under current rules," Walden said. "Resorting to Great Depression-era rules will trigger a stampede to the courts, unleashing years of lawsuits and uncertainty at a time when U.S. leadership and the Internet economy are more important than ever."


ADEN, Yemen, Feb. 1 (Xinhua) -- The Saudi-backed Yemeni government will temporarily resume work in the southern city of Aden following an agreement with separatist forces, a military official told Xinhua Wednesday.


The Saudi-led coalition brokered an agreement between the government and the Southern Transitional Council (STC) to diffuse the ongoing tensions in Aden, said the Yemeni military official who spoke on condition of anonymity.


"The STC agreed to give the country's Presidency some time to replace the Aden-based government," the official said, adding that Prime Minister Ahmed Obeid bin Daghr and his cabinet members will not depart from the city.


President Abdu-Rabbu Mansour Hadi will declare a new decision in the next days to form a caretaker government, the source said.


Another source based in Aden said that the two-warring sides agreed to move all the military bases to new locations outside Aden.


Hours after the agreement, scores of detained soldiers and officers from the two-warring sides were released from the jails in Aden.


A source from the Southern Transitional Council told Xinhua by phone that new commanders will be appointed by the STC to lead the military bases of the. Jerseys Cheap Jerseys For Cheap Jerseys From China Jerseys From China Jerseys China Jerseys China Jerseys China Football Jerseys Cheap Basketball Jerseys Cheap Wholesale Baseball Jerseys



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