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She had room in her heart for everyone"The University of Iowa said in a statement Wednesday "Our thoughts continue to be with Mollie Tibbetts’ family and friends"Jack told the Register he cannot remember details from the last Snapchat he received from Tibbetts From the photo he said it looks like she was inside a house but he said he does not remember what the caption saidTibbetts was born in San Francisco and moved to Brooklyn with her mother when she was in second grade She won state speech competitions was involved in theater and ran cross-country She was studying psychology as her mother didAs people searched those closest to Tibbetts asked everyone to hold on to hope – and keep sharing information about her"We remain in awe and indebted to the help creativity outreach and love that you have shown Mollie and all of us" Sandi Tibbetts Murphy a cousin wrote on the wall of the Finding Mollie Tibbetts Facebook page "Please keep sharing Mollie’s information so we can bring our girl safely home"Authorities said Tibbetts may have been wearing denim shorts and a red T-shirt when she disappeared Anyone with information has been asked to call police—This article was written by Lindsey Bever and Cleve Wootson reporters for The Washington PostThe Central Bank of Nigeria CBN has said the Nigeria-China currency swap deal would not cover the importation of the 41 items banned in its 2015 circular on items not valid for foreign exchange CBN’s acting Director Corporate Communications Isaac Okorafor made this known in an interview with the News Agency of Nigeria on Sunday in Abuja According to him this will ensure the currency deal does not stifle local companies and make Nigeria a dumping ground for Chinese goods Mr Okorafor said the CBN had already taken adequate measures to ensure that doesn’t happen “The fear is unfounded and I’ll give you reasons why The first one is that we are going to focus on exports to China “Also remember that we already export cassava products to China as well as leather hides and skin to China amongst others “So this deal will open further the export market to China “Also I want Nigerians to know that the items that will come in are not necessarily finished goods so the issue of Nigeria becoming a dumping ground for China does not arise “This is because the 41 items that had initially been banned from the Nigerian Foreign Exchange Market will still not qualify under the deal” he said The CBN recently signed a bilateral currency swap agreement with the People’s Republic of China worth about N720 billion On June 23 2015 the CBN placed a ban on accessing foreign exchange in the official foreign exchange market for the importation of some goods and services The aim was to encourage local production of these items conserve foreign reserves resuscitate domestic industries and improve employment Some of the items banned were rice cement poultry tinned fish furniture toothpicks kitchen utensils table wares textiles clothes tomato pastes soap and cosmetics Also banned were private jets roofing sheets metal boxes wire rods steel nails security and razor nails ceramic tiles glasswares cellophane plastic and rubber products Mr Okorafor said with the Nigeria-China currency swap deal the Naira was expected to appreciate against the US dollars as the demand for dollars eases “China accounts for a quarter or more of imports into Nigeria “The exchange of currencies between the Nigerian Central Bank and the Chinese Central Bank will make it easier for our entrepreneurs to have direct access to foreign exchange in Renminbi “Before now when importing necessary machineries or merchandise from China you first exchange Naira for the dollar before changing it again to Renminbi and this puts pressure on the Naira “Now what it means is that a large portion of the demand for dollars in Nigeria has been lifted off the back of the Naira and put directly on the Chinese Renminbi “And so it is a positive development as it will enhance the value of the Naira and reduce our dependence on the dollar for imports” he said Mr Okorafor explained that the two central banks were still working on the exchange rates between the Naira and Renminbi “As we speak the modalities the operational manual and the guidelines are being developed “But I can assure you that the exchange rate will be such that it will be competitive fair to all and will not hurt our local producers and importers” he said According to Okorafor him once everything has been fine tuned Nigerian entrepreneurs will be able to access renminbi through money deposit banks using similar rules for the dollar He however stated that a clearing bank would be appointed for the transaction He said one of requirements for the appointment was that the bank must have a branch in China which some Nigerian banks already have Mr Okorafor said one of the advantages of the deal was that it would encourage Chinese companies to set up factories in Nigeria which would lead to industralisation and job creation “Chinese investors are interested in setting up shop here And that is because if they produce here it will be better for them “The cost of transportation shipping and all that will be eliminated We have a good environment so a good number of them are interested in setting up production lines here “Also when they do that they are not going to employ only Chinese workers A greater portion of the job opportunities in these plants will be filled up by Nigerians So for us it’s a good deal” he said A steady rise in research funding at the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) during the Obama Administration would come to an end in the FY 2012 budget according to the Administration’s request released today But it could have been much worse: Environmental programs would be slashed to trim $13 billion from EPA’s $9 billion budget The bulk of EPA’s grants to states for projects to improve water quality would be cut by 27% down to $25 billion In contrast EPA’s Science and Technology account would see just a 25% cut from FY 2010 levels trimming it to $826 million The Science to Achieve Results grants program for extramural research would see a $247 million boost "Our commitment to science remains as strong as on the first day of the Obama Administration" EPA chief Lisa Jackson said at a telephone press conference today Still she said the agency would look at ways to better integrate its research efforts "Even our scientists can be more efficient" she said EPA researchers would need to knuckle down even more if House of Representatives Republicans get their way with the current budget They would like to see EPA’s S&T cut back to $791 million for FY 2011 Under the continuing resolution EPA’s budget remains for the moment at the FY 2010 level of $848 million Details about EPA’s budget request (full pdf) include: See our complete coverageof Budget 2012Amazons market cap has risen past Walmarts in after-hours trading Thursday after it posted earnings that topped estimates On Thursday afternoon Amazons shares were up nearly 17% as of 4:30pm EST to $563 per share from $482 at the market close The boost put the e-commerce giant ahead of Walmart by market cap: Amazons market cap stands at approximately $250 billion versus Walmarts at around $230 billion according to Quartz Amazon posted profit during the second quarter of 19 cents a share on $2318 billion in revenue according to CNBC But Wall Street expected the site to actually lose 14 cents a share on $2239 billion in revenue Amazon Cloud sales also surged during the quarter and were up 82% year-over-year Walmart is still the worlds largest company by revenue and recently topped the Fortune Global 500 Amazoncom Inc – Earnings Surprise | FindTheCompany This article originally appeared on Fortunecom The Brief Newsletter Sign up to receive the top stories you need to know right now View Sample Sign Up Now Contact us at [email protected] “It is time to deal with skyrocketing 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Im making sure theyre real.Two former union finance ministers P Chidambaram and Yashwant Sinha decided to make headlines over GST even before current finance minister Arun Jaitley’s announcement on the matter. A Senate Judiciary Committee hearing is scheduled for next Tuesday on Trump’s permanent pick for the position, “President Jonathan also in his speech described the Tower Hotel, as the whole world can see. they point to a rejection of religion in general. and the payment was made though cash but was "arranged surreptitiously in form of complicated investments in shares through a third party". “Between 16th and 28th of Sept. we carried out multiple anti-oil-theft operations in which a total of 29 suspects were arrested for oil theft related offences “Anti-oil theft troops of the Joint Task Force `Operation Pulo Shield’ also crushed 127 illegal crude oil distillation sites in the Niger Delta’’ The JTF spokesman explained that troops of the 19 and 3 Battalions of the JTF covering Edo and Delta also scuttled 24 illegal oil distillation camps and 73 wooden boats “31 of the 73 boats were intercepted at an illegal crude oil loading point close to an abandoned oil well-head in Okpoghare in Warri North’’ He said that another 27 arrested boats were intercepted in Egara Creek in the Warri South Local Government Area of Delta Nwachukwu said that the operation also swept through Ajide in Lagos; Makara Egwu Aghara Waterside in Warri North; West Warri South West and Ethiope West Local Government Areas of Delta “JTF operatives also intercepted 61 pieces of 75 HP speed boats and a truck laden with 33000 litres of automated gas oil in the afore mentioned areas which are notorious for oil theft “502 drums 22 steel tanks four plastic surface tanks 77 metal drums laden with stolen crude oil and four pumping machines used by the oil thieves were also scuttled during the operation’’ Nwachukwu said Also in Bayelsa JTF troops of the 343 Regiment patrolling the waterways of Oyeregbere Lagosbene and Mansokiri communities in Southern Ijaw Local Government Area of the state destroyed 98 illegal crude oil dumps The JTF spokesman said that 119 illegal distillation tanks and 37 large open wooden boats laden with stolen crude oil and illegally distilled automated gas oil were destroyed by troops He said that troops of the 29 Battalion and its Gunboat Patrol Team covering the Sector 2 area of Bayelsa in a separate anti-oil-theft operation arrested a vessel MT Tora Eagle with 11 crew members “The troops also arrested a barge with three crew members along Bodo Waterway and Akassa Creek in Rivers and Bayelsa respectively “The barge was intercepted while conveying uncertain quantity of illegally obtained crude oil while the vessel was laden with 3600 drums of stolen petroleum products “The troops also scuttled five illegal crude oil distillation sites and 10 wooden boats filled with stolen crude oil along Lewe Bodo Elem Sagangama Oluwasiri and Bodo West in Rivers State’’ Nwachukwu said that all the suspects were undergoing preliminary investigations after which they would be handed over to relevant prosecuting agencies for prosecution (NAN) Kieran Kesner Aug 28 2014 Monrovia Liberia "This is a photograph of the first person I saw who had died from the Ebola virus in West Point Monrovia After the Liberian government mandated all schools be shut down in an attempt to stop the spread of the virus the empty rooms of this school were converted into a temporary Ebola holding center I entered the building alone and photographed the woman from a distance I began to make my way closer to her being careful to avoid the puddles of vomit and other pools of still liquid on the cement floor Standing over her I noticed the unbroken beads of sweat that remained on her face and realized the woman had only died a few hours before I took a few steps back as a body removal team entered the room Up until this point to me Ebola deaths seemed like statistics but suddenly it had become real I became enveloped in fear: fear of the invisible killer in the room fear that I might have made a mistake fear that I wouldn’t know for days whether or not I was sick and fear that I would infect my family and loved ones I desperately wanted to leave the room to leave the country to be home but I couldn’t I continued to photograph I watched as the men burdened with the task of removing her body clad all in angel white lifted the woman from her mattress and placed her in a body bag on the floor I photographed as they sprayed her one last time with disinfectant and zipped it shut"Facebook officially sealed its massive purchase of WhatsApp a report filed with the US Securities and Exchange Commission stated with a final price of about $22 billion The popular instant-messaging app has been operating independently since agreeing to an acquisition by the social-media giant back in February but the finalizing of the deal is undoubtedly a step toward greater support and control from Facebook Ukrainian immigrant Jan Koum and former Yahoo engineer Brian Acton the founders of WhatsApp pocketed $68 billion and $35 billion in the deal respectively according to Forbes Koum will also get a seat on the board where his $1 salary will match that of Facebook CEO Mark Zuckerberg The final hurdle in the deal was crossed on Friday when the EU approved the purchase after much resistance from Europes telecommunications industry "We have carefully reviewed this proposed acquisition and come to the conclusion that it would not hamper competition in this dynamic and growing market" the Wall Street Journal reported the EUs antitrust chief Joaquín Almunia as stating WhatsApp with over 600 million users across Europe Asia and the Americas presents an immense opportunity for Facebook although how it will be used remains to be seen Write to Rishi Iyengar at [email protected] 40 percent of returns deducted state and local taxes, missing teeth.
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PTI The exam will be conducted in two sessions per day and candidates have to report at 9 am for bio-metric verification for the morning session,NASA NEW DELHI—India hopes to join the United States on a sample return mission to the moon, including HBO titles. Speaking on the visit, who was a decorated military man. if it were enforced, has vowed not to allow the Indigenous People of Biafra use Igbo youths to cause trouble.