Despite dominating possession, the Gunners were struggling for rhythm and they were not really testing goalkeeper Andreas Linde, but they should have drawn level when Eddie Nketiah poked home Pepe’s low cross. However, the flag was raised for offside against Willock, but it was the England U21 striker who got the final touch.Arteta’s side did eventually draw level in first-half stoppage time as Granit Xhaka led a counter-attack. He played the ball forward for Nektiah, and his cross in search of Willock was turned into his own net by Haugen Image:Joe WIllock produced another excellent display for Arsenal How Arsenal ran away with victory…After a slow start, the game eventually burst into life when Bernd Leno’s clearance quickly found its way back into the Arsenal half. Magnus Wolff Eikrem swept the ball into the path of Ellingsen, who beat a frustrated Leno from 25 yards. Subs: Soares (6), Saka (7), Tierney (n/a), Elneny (n/a).Molde: Linde (6), Wingo (7), Bjornbak (7), Gregersen (7), Haugen (6), Aursnes (6), Eikrem (7), Hussain (6), Elllingsen (7), Omoijuanfo (6), Bolly (6).Subs: Sinyan (5), Knudtzon (6), James (6), Brynhildsen (6), Mostrom (n/a).- Advertisement – Man of the match: Joe Willock Image:Arsenal are three wins from three in the Europa League Arsenal manager Mikel Arteta on Willock’s performance: “He could’ve scored more. All the time he was in goal-scoring situations. He created a few goals as well. He had a really good performance.”Arsenal defender David Luiz on Willock: “He’s a fantastic kid. I’m always behind him to help.“He could do better because he has the talent to be at the top level. He understands that every single day and for me, it’s a pleasure to play with him, especially because he’s humble.“When you are humble you can learn things, be better and improve. If you are not humble you don’t understand you need to improve.“He’s humble and he has a great present and a great future.”Opta stats – Arsenal’s perfect start in Europe continues The turnaround was complete in the 62nd minute as substitute Sheriff Sinyan also turned into his own net, before Nicolas Pepe (69) and Joe Willock (88) added the gloss to the scoreline for Mikel Arteta’s side.It’s three wins from three in Europe now for the Gunners, who move three points clear of Molde at the top of Group B as they race towards qualification for the knockout rounds. Image:Molde players celebrate after Martin Ellingsen put them ahead at Arsenal Image:Kristoffer Haugen turns the ball into his own net under pressure from Joe Willock Willock put the exclamation mark on the result for Arsenal, grabbing himself a deserved goal in the final stages. The Gunners won the ball back high up the pitch and Mohamed Elneny released Pepe, who set Willock free and the midfielder made no mistake, firing emphatically into the roof of the net.Man of the match – Joe Willock Arsenal have avoided defeat in 60% of their matches when conceding first under manager Mikel Arteta, winning four and drawing two of 10 such games (L4).Arsenal have won 15 of their 21 UEFA Europa League group stage games (71% – D4 L2), at least six more than any other side since the 2017/18 season.Norwegian teams have lost 21 of their 23 away games vs English sides in all European competition (D2), netting 14 goals and conceding 104 in those games.Arsenal have benefitted from two own goals in a single game for the first time since beating Swansea 4-0 in the Premier League in January 2017.What’s next for Arsenal?Arsenal host Aston Villa in the Premier League on Sunday, live on Sky Sports Box Office; Kick-off at 7.15pm. Player ratingsArsenal: : Leno (5), Maitland-Niles (6), Mustafi (7), Luiz (7), Kolasinac (6), Ceballos (7), Xhaka (7), Willian (7), Willock (8), Pepe (7), Nketiah (7).- Advertisement – It was another own goal which gave Arsenal the lead in the second half and this time, half-time substitute Sinyan, turned home Willock’s cross with a number of Arsenal players waiting to pounce.The game was then wrapped up in the 69th minute as Pepe swept home from the edge of the penalty area after substitute Bukayo Saka’s excellent cutback. Arsenal overcame an early scare to continue their perfect start in the Europa League with a 4-1 victory over Norwegian side Molde at the Emirates Stadium.Martin Ellingsen’s long-range effort gave the visitors a shock lead in the 22nd minute, but Arsenal, after a rather disjointed first-half performance, were back on level terms just before the break thanks to Kristoffer Haugen’s own goal (45+1).- Advertisement – – Advertisement –
The hosts hit back 10 minutes later when full-back Ashleigh Neville flicked in a header from a corner for her first goal of the season to level matters.Former Lyon striker Morgan, who made the switch to north London in September and missed the start of the season as she gained match fitness, came on in the 70th minute as her side sought out a winner before they settled for a share of the spoils. Image:Tottenham’s Ashleigh Neville (right) celebrates after equalising against Reading – Advertisement – Tottenham head to Bristol City next weekend still looking for their first win of the campaign following just two points from their opening six matches.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Image:Reading’s Brooke Chaplen (centre) celebrates scoring against Tottenham Two-time World Cup winner Alex Morgan could not find the winning touch as she made her Women’s Super League debut off the bench in Tottenham’s 1-1 draw at home to Reading.A goal within the first 15 minutes saw the visitors take the lead as Brooke Chaplen met a cross and fired a header home.
OlderKamark departs as Etihad restructures operations The government of Norway has announced that Norwegian will not receive further financial support. With the low-cost carrier having previous states further aid was necessary to maintain operations throughout the Covid-19 crisis, the future of the airline has been thrown into doubt. – Advertisement – “Based on the number of tourists we fly to Norway; we contribute to sustaining 24,000 people in our country and boost the local economy by approximately NOK18 billion per year. “That alone clearly demonstrates that even moderate financial support, would constitute a profitable investment for Norway. How anyone could come to a different conclusion is impossible to understand. “The local travel industry and businesses have again and again emphasised the importance of Norwegian’s route network. “I recently visited all of our four bases in Norway and also met with local politicians and businesses,” said Schram. – Advertisement – The company is now facing a very uncertain future, a statement said.“First of all, I would like to thank of our customers, colleagues, the Norwegian parliament, shareholders, leasing companies, creditors, bondholders, the travel industry and all others who have been supporting Norwegian in these challenging times. “The fact that our government has decided to refrain from providing Norwegian with further financial support is very disappointing and feels like a slap in the face for everybody at Norwegian who is fighting for the company when our competitors are receiving billions in funding from their respective governments,” said Norwegian chief executive, Jacob Schram.- Advertisement – Norwegian has 2,300 employees in Norway and several thousand colleagues in other countries.“It will take time and it will have consequences for the competitive situation in Norway, like we have seen before. “We also notice that airlines across the world that are also dependent on support to survive, are receiving billions from their respective authorities. – Advertisement –
England are already scheduled to tour Sri Lanka and India at the start of 2021; England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) prefer a T20 tour of Pakistan in September or October as preparation for the 2021 T20 World Cup Last Updated: 16/11/20 7:53pm Wasim Akram is confident England will tour Pakistan in 2022 – but what about the chances of Pakistan playing India again? “The English players were there for the Pakistan Super League in our team, Karachi Kings – Alex Hales and Chris Jordan. They loved it, they enjoyed it, they got looked after beautifully, so the PSL is a step in the right direction.“There is a lot more to see in Pakistan than cricket and players might be frustrated staying in the hotels all the time but hopefully next year we can let them go out to cinemas and shopping centres, while there is also a lot of history in Pakistan.” England have not toured Pakistan since the winter of 2005-06 The ECB are now considering a T20 tour to Pakistan later in the year, in either September or October, as preparation for the 2021 T20 World Cup – which will be hosted by India.England have not toured Pakistan since 2005-06 due to security concerns following the 2009 attack on the Sri Lanka team bus in Lahore.International cricket has since returned to the country and English players have also played in the Pakistan Super League, the country’s franchise T20 tournament. 2:12 Wasim Akram is confident England will tour Pakistan in 2022 – but what about the chances of Pakistan playing India again? Negotiations have taken place over a potential England tour to Pakistan in 2021 – Advertisement – England are unlikely to tour Pakistan this winter due to player availability issues.Negotiations have taken place between the England and Wales Cricket Board (ECB) and Pakistan Cricket Board (PCB) over a potential tour in January.However, there are concerns over fixture clashes – with England also due to tour Sri Lanka and India at the start of 2021.- Advertisement – Earlier this year, Wasim Akram urged England to agree to a reciprocal tour of Pakistan after Azhar Ali’s men travelled for a Test series amid the coronavirus pandemic.“You boys owe Pakistan cricket, and the country, a lot, with the boys coming over here. They’ve been here almost two and half months in the bio-secure environment,” Akram told Sky Sports Cricket.“So if everything goes well, England should tour Pakistan. I promise you they’ll get looked after on and off the field there and every game will be a packed house.
During early trading on Tuesday Tesla jumped more than 9%, pushing its market capitalization to $415 billion. This places it among the top ten most valuable companies in the S&P 500.S&P Dow Jones Indices is well aware of the challenge of adding such a large company, and on Monday night said it was considering adding Tesla to the index in two tranches. In a departure from custom, the index provider did not announce who Tesla will be replacing.Tesla’s addition to the benchmark index further concentrates the S&P 500 among just a handful of names, which Cramer said will not sit well young investors.- Advertisement – – Advertisement – Tesla is joining the S&P 500 in December, but given the electric vehicle company’s size, adding it to the index is no easy feat, said CNBC’s Jim Cramer.“I think they’re baffled,” he said Tuesday of the index provider S&P Dow Jones Indices. “I really don’t think they know how to handle this … they can’t knock out the smallest [company from the index], it doesn’t do anything. When they balance this … they almost seem to have to make everything smaller,” he said on “Squawk on the Street.”- Advertisement – – Advertisement – “The S&P 500 is old fashioned to these people,” he said of young investors. He noted that young retail investors, who are more involved in the market than ever before, favor buying individual names that they believe will outperform. “You see a lot of these younger investors say ‘you know what I’m going to pick the best of the best, and this index doesn’t necessarily represent what I want, which is a piece of America,’” he said. “I think the younger people are not fooled … they do like ETFs, but they like to buy individual stocks that they think are going to be right, and that’s been their pattern.”Subscribe to CNBC PRO for exclusive insights and analysis, and live business day programming from around the world.
See also: While the FAO and WHO pointed to two recent food safety incidents that involved food from Chinathe chemical melamine in animal and fish feed and unauthorized veterinary drugs in seafood importsthey also highlighted food safety gaps in developed countries. Jul 20, 2007 (CIDRAP News) The Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO) and the World Health Organization (WHO) yesterday urged all countries to strengthen their food safety systems, a day after President Bush issued an executive order establishing a group to examine the safety of imported food and other goods. However, developed countries often have similarly fragmented food safety systems that do not cover primary production where many food safety problems originate, they said. For example, the spread of new Salmonella strains in poultry in recent years originated in developed countries and spread globally. Jul 19 FAO/WHO press releasehttp://www.fao.org/newsroom/en/news/2007/1000629/index.html “Food safety is an issue for every country and ultimately every food consumer,” said Jorgen Schlundt, director of the WHO’s department of food safety, zoonoses, and foodborne diseases, in the statement. “All countries can benefit from taking stronger measures to fill food safety gaps in the sometimes considerable journey food takes from the farm to the table.” The text of the executive order, posted on the White House Web site, says the group’s mission is to review current procedures that are intended to ensure the safety of imported products, assess the level of cooperation with foreign governments and manufacturers about their inspection and certification procedures, and consider whether changes are needed. World Trade Organization rules require developed countries to help developing countries that export food achieve high levels of food safety needed for international trade, the organizations said. The organizations, in a press release today, said in the last 12 months they have investigated an average of 200 food safety incidents per month. Bush also asked the working group to identify additional measures US importers can take to enhance import safety and identify best practices for selecting foreign manufacturers, inspecting foreign production facilities, and inspecting the goods before distribution in the United States. Food production systems in developing countries face steep challenges, such as population growth, intensification and industrialization of food and agricultural production, sanitary conditions, and weak public infrastructure, the FAO and WHO said. Food safety legislation in those countries is often incomplete and not consistent with international regulations, and laboratories lack essential equipment and supplies. In a related development, President Bush yesterday issued an executive order establishing an interagency working group to promote the safety of products imported into the United States. The group will be chaired by the secretary of the Department of Health and Human Services (HHS), and membership will include other cabinet secretaries or their designates, as well as representatives from government budget, trade, environment, and consumer protection agencies. Jul 18 press release on Bush executive orderhttp://www.whitehouse.gov/news/releases/2007/07/20070718-4.html
Jul 15, 2008 (CIDRAP News) – In a recent medical journal article, Indonesian officials detailed the rationale for their refusal to share H5N1 influenza virus samples with the World Health Organization (WHO), asserting that it was in part a response to violations of the WHO’s own guidelines by scientists and laboratories.A key part of the Indonesian argument is that the WHO issued a statement in March 2005 that its reference labs should not distribute biological specimens to other organizations without permission from the country that supplied them. The report also maintains that withholding the viruses is not a violation of the International Health Regulations (IHR).The report, authored by four Indonesian scientists and officials, including Health Minister Siti Fadilah Supari, was published in the June issue of Annals Academy of Medicine Singapore.The article gives the Indonesian version of the sequence of events leading to the government’s decision in January 2007 to stop sending H5N1 viruses to the WHO’s reference labs. The essential reason was, and remains, the concern that samples provided freely by developing countries are used by companies in wealthy countries to develop vaccines and other products that the developing countries can’t afford. Indonesia wants a guarantee that it will share in the benefits derived from the isolates it provides.”If the world continues to operate in this way, the discrepancies will become wider and wider,” the article says. “The poor will become poorer and the richer become richer. It is the responsibility of all nations to change this situation.”Because scientists need H5N1 isolates to track the virus’s evolution, develop vaccines and diagnostics, and monitor drug resistance, Indonesia’s action generated international concern. The move disrupted a 50-year-old tradition of free sharing of influenza viruses through the WHO.WHO officials declined to comment specifically on the Indonesian report, noting that a series of international meetings to resolve the virus-sharing issue is continuing.”In the meantime, individual countries like Indonesia are free to try and influence other countries,” WHO spokeswoman Sari Setiogi told CIDRAP News by e-mail. “As secretariat, the WHO is more of a referee in this process but is fully supportive of an approach that is feasible, transparent and equitable and that will continue to provide protection and security for all countries.”The Indonesian report also includes a profile of the human H5N1 cases in Indonesia through the end of 2007, noting, among other things, that about a quarter of the 116 cases occurred in 10 clusters of blood relatives.What led to a ‘drastic decision’Indonesia’s first human H5N1 cases were identified in July 2005. From then until the end of 2006, the government sent all clinical specimens to two labs in the WHO’s influenza surveillance network (the US Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [CDC] and Hong Kong University) for confirmation and risk assessment, the report says. In January 2007 the government made the “drastic decision” to withhold the specimens.Incidents that offended Indonesia began in April 2006, the report says. Scientists at international meetings started reporting results of analyses of H5N1 viruses from Indonesia, without first getting permission from, or even notifying, Indonesia. In other cases, foreign scientists who studied Indonesian viruses sent to the WHO offered to include Indonesian experts and officials as coauthors, but only “at a very late stage of the manuscript writing,” according to the journal article.These “unethical practices” contravened the WHO guidance issued in March 2005 concerning the timely sharing of viruses with pandemic potential, the article says.This guidance, according to the report, states, “The designated WHO Reference Laboratories will seek permission from the originating country/laboratory to coauthor and/or publish results obtained from the analyses of relevant viruses/samples.” It also says, “There will be no further distribution of viruses/specimens outside the network of WHO Reference Laboratories without permission from the originating country/laboratory.”The source listed for the guidance is an online document that was accessed in March 2007 but, as the footnote says, is no longer available online. (The url listed for the document elicits only the message “This page is not available in English.”)Another episode that played a role was the emergence in May 2006 of Indonesia’s largest H5N1 case cluster—one probable and seven confirmed cases, all in blood relatives, seven of them fatal. The cluster raised fears that a pandemic was beginning. One result was that Indonesia was criticized for releasing genetic data only to a small network of researchers linked to the WHO and the CDC, the Indonesian authors wrote.In response to this “unfair” criticism, Indonesia decided that all its H5N1 virus sequence data at the CDC and Hong Kong University should be deposited in GenBank, a public database. But at the same time, the government decided to let its own labs confirm human H5N1 cases and not send samples to WHO labs for case confirmation anymore. However, officials elected to continue sending samples to the CDC for risk assessment and generation of seed viruses for vaccine production, the report explains.Australian company’s plan was pivotalThen in late 2006 a journalist confirmed to Indonesian officials that an Australian company planned to develop an H5N1 vaccine from a virus that Indonesia had provided to the WHO network. This plan, the article says, “was not only in violation (again) of the WHO guidance for virus sharing (March 2005) but also . . . revealed the unfairness and inequities of the global system.”The Indonesian authors maintain that their policy is not a violation of the International Health Regulations (IHR) as revised in 2005. The regulations do not “literally or specifically” require countries to share biological samples related to potential public health emergencies, they argue. In their view, the IHR can be interpreted as requiring only the sharing of public health information, not biological materials.Their interpretation also holds that countries have “sovereign control” over their biological resources, in keeping with the Convention on Biological Diversity, an international treaty adopted in 1992. “Hence, countries have the right and authority to decide whether to share their specimens with the WHO system or not, depending on their own judgment,” the report says.The report also traces the series of meetings convened by the WHO to try to resolve the virus-sharing issue. At a major meeting in November 2007, participants failed to reach a solution. But according to the Indonesian authors, the meeting brought an acknowledgement of a “breakdown of trust” in the global flu surveillance system and thereby “laid the foundation for a fundamental and significant change to the existing system.”Sedyaningsih ER, Isfandari S, Soendoro T, et al. Towards mutual trust, transparency and equity in virus sharing mechanism: the avian influenza case of Indonesia. Ann Acad Med Singapore 2008 Jun;37(6) [Full text]See also: Nov 26, 2007, CIDRAP News story “Virus-sharing pact eludes WHO group, but work will continue”Jun 19, 2007, CIDRAP News story “Virus ownership claims could disrupt flu vaccine system”Feb 6, 2007, CIDRAP News story “System for global pandemic vaccine development challenged”
Plava Laguna will once again be a partner of the Sea Star Festival, the Croatian edition of the EXIT festival.A logical and smart move by the Blue Lagoon, because we all know that the motive for coming in the pre- and post-season is not the sun and the sea, but the motive for coming is quality content. And the confirmation of the successful concept came from the Netherlands, where EXIT was officially declared the best festival in Europe.Awards and various titles are certainly good for branding and as a “proof of concept”, but the most important thing is the following – generating tourist arrivals and tourist spending in the pre-season. And this is where the Sea Star Festival proved that quality content is king. “We are immensely glad that EXIT was named the best festival in Europe. We are very proud to have played one of the key roles in bringing Sea Star to Croatia, ie to Umag. It’s nice to be a part of something so big, and I believe the festival will be even better this year with a rich line-up in preparation. The Exit Award is also a recognition for Sea Star, which has achieved fantastic success in entering the top 10 European festivals in its category after the first edition.”, Said Ronald Korotaj, a member of the Board of the Blue Lagoon.Certainly a smart move by Plava Laguna, because the results of the research conducted by the regional research center “TIM” from Novi Sad, confirmed that the premiere edition of the Sea Star Festival in Umag last year contributed to the Croatian tourist economy. generated tourist spending of more than 60 million. According to the official data of the Tourist Board of the City of Umag, all accommodation capacities in the city and surrounding places were filled and in relation to the pre-festival weekend in Umag and its surroundings, it was recorded attendance growth of as much as 220 percent.Also, the Festival was visited by more than 25 fans from May 28 to 50.000, and as many as 93% of them came from outside Umag, and the host city in hospitality is followed by the Istrian County, which was visited by as many as 85% of guests from abroad. The survey also found that each of these visitors spent an average of 292 euros during the festival, according to organizers, which was conducted on a representative sample of visitors with purchased tickets.Smart enough, and that is another confirmation of the hypothesis that investing in events is not a cost, but an investment.EXIT is officially the best festival in Europe, it was announced at the European Festival Awards in the NetherlandsEXIT won in the main category in a competition of a staggering 350 festivals from more than 35 countries, with over a million audience votes and the opinion of an expert jury made up of the world’s most eminent music industry people. Exit festivals were in the finals in as many as six categories, and EXIT itself in a record three categories, including winning the main prize for the best major European festival, and the best festival organizer in Europe and the ‘Take a Stand’ award for social activism!With this, EXIT Summer of Love 2017, which consisted of 4 festivals in Novi Sad, Umag, Budva and Timisoara, with over 350.000 visitors, was inscribed in golden letters in the world history of the festival. This year’s Sea Star 2018 will be held from 24 to 27 May in Umag’s Stella Maris.Related news: SEA STAR FESTIVAL WITH A NEW PARTNERSHIP UNTIL THE INTRODUCTION OF ADDED VALUE FOR VISITORS
Tagseizgindexovijob In April 2018, OVI recorded a growth of 57,6 percent compared to the same month last year, which indicates a strong increase in demand for labor on an annual basisCompared to the previous month, seasonally adjusted index values offer the same conclusion as the seasonally adjusted index rose 7,7 percent in April, the fourth largest increase in 12 months. These positive trends, which come as an announcement of the tourist season, are visible throughout Croatia, the report points out.The announcement of a more successful season is visible from the increase in demand for occupations in the service sector, such as chefs, waiters and salespeople, for which demand, compared to April 2017, increased by more than 50 percent. In the context of the type of contract linked to labor demand, the largest increase was observed in student and seasonal contracts, which increased by 82,7 percent compared to April last year, followed by fixed-term and indefinite contracts with an increase of 62,1 and 47,4 percent, while the number of vacancies related to vocational training without employment increased by 30,7 percent compared to April 2017.Source: Faculty of Economics, Zagreb Online Vacancy Index (OVI) The monthly index of online job vacancies was developed at the Institute of Economics, Zagreb in cooperation with the MojPosao portal. The purpose of the index is to provide timely information on the current state of labor demand. The OVI index is created by simply counting the number of unique new ads whose application deadlines end in the month for which the index is calculated. Since ads published through only one portal are taken, the number of ads is expressed as an index (base year is 2015).The index is interpreted as meaning that values greater than 100 represent an increase compared to 2015, and values less than 100 decrease compared to the base year. The index was seasonally adjusted by the X-12-ARIMA method. Share
After the record-breaking June, July, August and September, when Pulapo Airport had four consecutive months with over 100.000 passengers for the first time in history, a successful series of record numbers continues in October.Namely, on October 18, 2018, Pula Airport welcomes 700 thousand passengers, who have not been at Pula Airport since the independence of the Republic of Croatia. While on Saturday, October 20, ZL Pula will cross the historical record from 1987, when 701.370 passengers passed through Pula Airport the most ever. “So far, the total traffic from January to September has increased by 21% compared to last year, when we had a remarkable increase in the number of passengers of 36,5%.points out the director of Pula Airport, Svemir Radmilo.This year, passengers at Pula Airport were able to choose their trip to one of the 20 European countries, with 42 companies to 76 destinations, the most so far. “At Pula Airport, we are proud of the fact that both airlines, even under increased peak load, recognize our work and professionalism and our attitude towards business partners and passengers, which maintains the constant of a serious, safe and top-notch airport. “Concludes Radmilo and emphasizes that this is a historic and important event for the entire Istrian economy.In August 2018, Croatian airports recorded 1 thousand passengers or 809% more than in the same month last year.The largest passenger traffic was realized by Split Airport, with 625 thousand passengers (increase of 5,8% compared to August 2017), followed by Dubrovnik Airport with 479 thousand passengers (increase of 9,2% compared to August 2017) and Zagreb Airport with 372 thousand passengers (an increase of 7,2% compared to August 2017).The most significant international passenger traffic was realized with German airports, 329 thousand passengers, which is an increase of 10,8% compared to the same period last year. The total number of landings and departures of aircraft at airports in August 2018 was 19, which is an increase of 271% compared to August 2017, according to data from the Central Bureau of Statistics.