Militants storm security compound in Yemen in deadly attack

Militants storm security compound in Yemen in deadly attack

Loyalist forces stand guard on a main road in the Mansoura residential district of Yemen’s second city of Aden after they pushed Al-Qaeda out of parts of the southern city on March 30, 2016, military sources said. SALEH AL-OBEIDI/AFP/GETTY IMAGES

SANAA, Yemen — Masked militants set off a large car bomb outside a security headquarters in Yemen’s southern port city of Aden early Sunday killing at least five soldiers before storming the compound, officials said.

Speaking on condition of anonymity because they were not authorized to brief reporters, the security officials said the militants placed snipers on the roof and gunned down most of the security forces inside. The officials gave conflicting accounts of what happened next inside the building. They initially said that the militants had taken an unknown number of people hostage. Later they said that they opened cell gates and released prisoners.

Witnesses said at least four militant snipers could be seen on the roof of the compound. They also described mayhem as dead bodies littering the compound’s front courtyard couldn’t be retrieved because of the continuous sniper fire. Shallal al-Shayae, the security chief, was not inside the compound at the time of the attack, the officials said.

In an online statement, the local affiliate of the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria (ISIS) claimed responsibility for the attack, saying they killed 50 soldiers and identified the bomber as Abu Othman al-Hadrami.

A Saudi-led coalition meanwhile launched a wave of airstrikes — starting overnight and continuing until noon the next day — on the rebel-held capital, Sanaa, apparently in response to a ballistic missile fired by the rebels toward an international airport on the outskirts of Riyadh, the Saudi capital. Saudi Arabia said it shot down the missile before it hit its target, with fragments landing in an uninhabited area north of the capital.

A Houthi fighter talks on the phone as he walks at the site of an air strike on a parade square in Sanaa, Yemen November 5, 2017. KHALED ABDULLAH/REUTERS
U.S. President Donald Trump was quick to blame Iran. “A shot was just taken by Iran, in my opinion, at Saudi Arabia. And our system knocked it down,” Mr. Trump said, referring to the Patriot missile batteries Saudi Arabia purchased from the U.S.

Iran’s Defense Minister Gen. Amir Hatami has denied his country was involved in the incident. “Does anyone ask the United States what are you giving to Saudi Arabia?” he was quoted by the semi-official ISNA news agency as saying.

Iran’s powerful Revolutionary Guard Chief, Maj. Gen. Mohammad Ali Jafari, also said that Iran can’t transfer rockets to Yemen and stressed that the missiles were made there. He described Mr. Trump’s comments as “lies.”

Yemen is embroiled in a war between Iran-backed Shiite rebels, known as Houthis, and the internationally recognized government, which is allied with a Saudi-led military coalition. The government has been based in Saudi Arabia since the Houthis overran the capital Sanaa in 2014. Government forces ostensibly control Aden, but the city remains volatile.

The Houthis said in a statement that the missile was launched in response to bombings that have killed civilians. The Houthis have fired a number of missiles across the border in recent years, but this appeared to be the deepest strike yet within Saudi territory.

Riyadh is around 620 miles north of the border with Yemen.

Saudi-led airstrikes in Yemen have killed and wounded thousands of civilians, hitting houses, busy markets, hospitals and schools in what rights groups have said amounts to war crimes. Houthi artillery has also killed a large numbers of civilians. The war has claimed more than 10,000 lives and driven the Arab world’s poorest country to the brink of famine.

Family Fun in the Sun: A Guide to Les Arcs

Family Fun in the Sun: A Guide to Les Arcs

Looking to escape to the mountains with your young ones for that magical, glowing combination of sun and snow? Les Arcs is one of the best skiing resorts I know for families, with accessible slopes for youngsters and intermediate skiers, a great range of activities, and affordable prices. Here’s why it makes an ideal spot for a winter holiday destination the whole family can enjoy.
Beginner-Friendly Slopes

 

Les Arcs is home to over 200km of pistes, many of which are perfectly suited for beginner or intermediate skiers, comprising gentle, smooth runs lined with trees that all lie within easy reach of the main accommodation villages. The best blue runs for new skiers are at Peisey-Vallandry, served by their own drag-lifts, at Arc 1800, which is near the fantastic Mille8 complex, and Arc 1600, which is served by the Combettes lift. There are also good runs for novices at Arc 1950 and 2000, while slightly more seasoned skiers should make for the Apocalypse snow park, which has plenty of pistes for those of an intermediate level.

Winter Activities

What’s great about Les Arcs is that it’s not just a skiing resort, but an all-round winter holiday haven with a vast array of activities for the whole family:

• Snowmobiling at the Arc Aventures forest park is a fantastic way of exploring more of the mountains for families with children aged over 10. All you need is a driving licence and you’re free to roam.

• At Rodeo Park, meanwhile, you can take part in a Luge Run and ride down the toboggan piste by night, for an added icy thrill! If you have a ski pass it’s free, and open to children aged over 10.

• If the weather doesn’t play ball, then play the Laser Game instead. Housed in two large ultra-flourescent rooms in Arc 1800, and open long into the evenings, this is guaranteed to entertain the whole family and exercise your competitive spirits.

• Over at Arc 2000 in the Place de la Patinoire, meanwhile, there is a large natural ice rink, with plenty of space for mastering the skating basics – simply hire some skates and let yourselves loose.

Mille8 Centre

This is the real jewel in the crown at Les Arcs for families – a gigantic centre containing both an outdoor and indoor swimming pool, fitness room and gym, spa with steam rooms and saunas, and much more besides. After all that work on the slopes, what perfect way to unwind than with a massage jet and bubble bed? If the children still have energy to spare, there are waterfalls to explore and a river splash and games area that will be sure to tire them out!

Getting the Best Out Of Your Trip

Taking the whole family on a skiing break is a great way to get active and enjoy lots of different things together, but it’s always safe to prepare for any small bumps and bruises you may encounter along the way. Taking out a comprehensive winter sports insurance will give you all the cover you need, and keeping you protected in the case of any eventuality. Make sure to choose a full winter sports insurance, as these policies take into account all the many different activities you’ll want to take part in out on the slopes. To find out more about which winter sports insurance is best suited for your family, get in touch with InsureMore, and we’ll help you prepare for your perfect snow-filled, action-packed holiday in the mountains.

Private Excursions Falmouth Jamaica

Private Excursions Falmouth Jamaica

Evidently there are many great excursions in and around Falmouth Jamaica. Pre-booking your private shore excursions before arriving in Jamaica is the best option; careful planning allows for doing more and seeing more of the island within the limited time that will be spent on the beautiful island.

To experience the wealth of Jamaica’s history you will need to visit the Georgian Town of Falmouth with its interesting stories and exquisite architecture; they tell tales of the island evolution from its colonial past and its present progression into the paradise that it is today. The town has managed to preserve the ambiance of a European town, and for this reason it manages to create a serene feeling for those who visit.

This stunning town of Falmouth, boasting the exquisite European architecture is pleasing to the eye. For size, Falmouth is a small town, but is perfect as an entry point to the island. For this reason, the town is home to one of Royal Caribbean Cruise Line Ports. Situated on the northern coastline of Jamaica, Falmouth is between 30 and 60 minutes to some of the island’s best excursion sites.

Leaving from the Pier in Falmouth, the landscape will tell the story of the region’s colonial past; once being a major player in the sugar industry, the port that is now used by Royal Caribbean was once used as a commercial port where rum and sugar was shipped to Europe. The Hampden Plantation was where the sugar cane was grown and the sugar processed in the mills located on the property. Today, the site now houses the Hampden Rum Factory which offers tours of the facilities. It is a great experience for cruisers arriving at this port.

Rafting on the Martha Brae is another excursion that is very close to the Falmouth Port. It is a romantic experience for couples and is great for kids also. For older folks, this is a wonderful activity, making it a perfect choice for families. The rafts are handmade by locals; designed using the shoots of the bamboo plant. The Martha Brae River is tame body of water making raft rides down the river quite smooth and enjoyable. It doesn’t get better.

The town of Montego Bay is just a 30 minutes’ drive west of Falmouth. Being in this resort town you are guaranteed to have a great time. You have the choice of Great House Tours; either at Greenwood or Rose Hall for a peek into Jamaica’s past. The Rockland Bird Sanctuary affords a once in a lifetime experience to interact with some of the most gracious species of birds. There is golfing at one of the many courses; shopping for souvenirs, and a trip to the beach are just some of the activities in Montego Bay in which Cruisers arriving in Falmouth could indulge.

To the east of Falmouth there is the town of Ocho Rios, home to some of the best waterfalls in the world. The Dunn’s River Falls need no introduction; it is Jamaica’s premier tourist attractions featured in many travel magazines. It is 600 feet of gushing water, cascading down the rocks; great for climbing.

The Blue Hole Secret Falls is another waterfall in Ocho Rio; though not as popular as the Dunn’s River Falls most people think that it is a better experience. This is possibly because the Blue Hole Secret Falls offer ropes wings, cliff diving, jumping, swimming and cave exploration. Visitors report the thrill of the experience as being unforgettable. It one of the must do things in Jamaica whether you are staying in a hotel or as a Falmouth Cruise Excursions.

Get Ready to Rock the Mountain: Musilac 2018

Get Ready to Rock the Mountain: Musilac 2018

If you’re planning a ski holiday to Chamonix with a group of mates and can’t decide when to go, my advice would be to wait until April 2018. That way, you can participate in Musilac Mont-Blanc 2018, the ultimate party on the mountain! This new spring festival is expected to become one of the biggest annual music events in Chamonix.
What to Expect

 

Musilac is already famous in Aix-les-Bains, where it is a popular summer festival. Past headliners have included everyone from Elton John and Sting to The Chemical Brothers and David Guetta. For Chamonix, festival organisers promise an equally stellar line up: so far, 15 acts are scheduled to play from April 19 to 21.

The Festival will be a massive affair: it’s estimated that up to 30,000 spectators will attend the three-day event. An open-air stage will be set up at the Bois du Bouchet paragliding landing area, which will play host to audiences of around 15,000 each night.

To ensure that this is one of the major events in Chamonix’s 2018 calendar, Musilac organisers have partnered with MontBlanc Médias, a renowned French media group that specialises in extreme sports.

Ski the End of the Season or Just Hang Out

Whether you’re a keen skier and want to take advantage of Chamonix’s cheap ‘end of season’ deals or you just love the party atmosphere of a festival, April in Chamonix is perfect for you.

Set at the foot of Mont Blanc, the resort’s skiing opportunities are guaranteed throughout the spring, during which there’s a fantastic range of glacial skiing that really comes into its own from April onwards.

There are a range of nursery runs for beginners, – although the snow cover this late in the season can be risky – and for intermediate and advanced skiers, Chamonix’s challenging runs provide the ultimate high-thrill playground.

In town, you’ll discover that Chamonix is a bustling place with a cool, hip crowd that populates the resort all year round. There are some great bars and clubs, and the pretty centre is equipped with many nice café terraces.

If you’re looking for a group holiday during which you don’t want to hit the pistes every day, combining a ski holiday with one of the best events in Chamonix ensures that you’ll have a blast!

How to Get There

Taking part in the many events in Chamonix couldn’t be easier, as there are regular flights from the UK to Geneva, Chambery, Grenoble and Lyon airports during the ski season.

For a good-value transfer option, book a group transfer with Shuttle Direct before you leave home. Choose either a private or a more economical shared group transfer, and our drivers will pick you up from the airport and deliver you straight to your resort. It doesn’t get easier than that!

Classio Direct has the Biggest Seat Cover Selection for Any Car, Make or Model

Classio Direct has the Biggest Seat Cover Selection for Any Car, Make or Model

Clazzio Direct is happy to offer premium quality leather upholstery covers for all types of cars and models from 1992 to now. The specialty of Clazzio’s seat is that it is custom made. Coat replacement systems need to be specifically mentioned here. They easily glide over the existing seat without the need to remove the existing cover. Once they are replaced no one can see any difference. Clazzio covers are perfect for those who want to upgrade their seats, protect existing seats or really want to change their old seats.
All the covers are made of 100% genuine leather and the company is known to use only the finest fabrics in the industry. No need to spend a lot of money to cover the leather seat and wait for the day until the lid is attached. The leather kit purchased here is not only high quality leather seats, but it costs half of the other main seat cover products. Also, they are very easy to install in two or three hours. Car owners simply install the cover with the help of detailed instruction manuals. Clazzio always includes a 3-year warranty for all leather covers.

 

The company also offers customized chair covers depending on customer choice of colors, fabrics, patterns and so on. The closing seat is very susceptible to wear and tear over a period of time if not replaced. This causes the interior looks very tired and murky. That is why it is important to protect the car’s original seating with the help of superficial coatings. In addition to protecting their original seats, they are also easy to clean and maintain. Since they are made of leather, this seat cover will offer style and comfort. So, for those who are looking at replacing or getting a new seat cover, there is no better place than Clazzio Direct, the store for premium leather upholstery.

Almanac: The “Father of Streamlining”

Almanac: The “Father of Streamlining”

And now a page from our “Sunday Morning” Almanac: November 5, 1893, 124 years ago today – Day One for the man called “The Father of Streamlining.”

For that was the day Raymond Loewy was born in Paris.

An award-winning model airplane designer while still a boy, Loewy moved to the United States after World War I, and went to work.

He transformed the railroad locomotive and the Greyhound bus. He designed modern sewing machines and popcorn machines … and filled his home with his own creations.
Book excerpt: Art Garfunkel’s “What Is It All but Luminous”
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In this excerpt from his new memoir, “What Is It All But Luminous: Notes From an Underground Man” (Knopf), singer Art Garfunkel writes of his early fascination with radio, rock ‘n’ roll, and a fellow classmate named Paul Simon .

Watch Rita Braver’s interview with Art Garfunkel on CBS ‘”Sunday Morning” November 5!

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On Saturday mornings, in 1953, in Keds sneakers, white on white, I took my basketball to P.S. 164. We played half-court ball, three on three. Or else I listened to Martin Block’s Make-Believe Ballroom on the radio. I loved to chart the top thirty songs. It was the numbers that got me. I kept meticulous lists – when a new singer like Tony Bennett came onto the charts with “Rags to Riches.” I watched the record jump from, say, # 23 to # 14 in a week. The mathematics of the jumps went to my sense of fun. I was commercially aware through the Hit Parade, as well as involved in the music. Johnny Ray’s “Cry,” the Crewcuts’ “Sha-boom,” Roy Hamilton ballads, “Unchained Melody” reached me. Soon the Everly Brothers would take me for The Big Ride.

As I entered Parsons Junior High where the tough kids are, Paul Simon became my one and only friend. We saw each other’s uniqueness. We smoked our first cigarettes. We have retreated from all other kids. And we laughed. I opened my school desk one day in 1954 and saw a note from Ira Green to a friend: “Listen to the radio tonight, I have a dedication to you.” I was aware that Alan Freed had taken this subversive music from Cleveland to New York City. He read dedications from teenage lovers before playing “Earth Angel,” “Sincerely.” When he played Little Richard’s “Long Tall Sally,” he left the studio mic open enough to hear him pounding a stack of telephone books to the backbeat. This was no Martin Block.

Maybe I was in the land of payola, of “back alley enterprise” and pill-head disc jockeying, but what I was was that Alan Freed loved us kids to dance, romance, and fall in love, and the music would send us. It sent me for life. It was rhythm and blues. It was black. It was from New Orleans, Chicago, Philadelphia. It was dirty music (read sexual). One night Alan Freed called it “rock ‘n’ roll.” Hip was born for me. Chuck Berry, Jerry Lee Lewis. Bobby Freeman asked, “Do you want dance, squeeze and hug me all through the night?” and you knew she did.

I was captured. So was Paul. We followed WINS radio. Paul bought a guitar. We used my father’s wire recorder, then Paul’s Webcor tape machine. Holding rehearsals in our basements, we were little perfectionists. We put sound on sound (stacking two layers of our singing). With the courage to listen and cringe about how not right it was yet, we are going to record.

We were guitar-based little rockers. Paul had the guitar. We wrote streamlined harmonies whose intervals were thirds, as I learned it from the Andrews Sisters to Don and Phil and floated it over Paul’s chugging hammering-on-guitar technique. It was bluesy, it was rockabilly, it was rock ‘n’ roll. We took “woo-bop-a-loo-chi-ba” from Gene Vincent’s “Be-bop-a-lula.” We stole Buddy Holly’s country flavor (“Oh Boy”), the Everlys’ harmony (“Wake Up Little Susie”). Paul took Elvis’s everything (“Mystery Train”). As Paul drove the rhythm, I brought us into a vocal blend. We were the closest of chums, making out with our girls across the basement floor. We showed each other our versions of masturbation (mine used a hand). “The Girl for Me” was the first song we wrote – innocent, a pathetic “Earth Angel.” In junior high we added Stu Kutcher and Angel and Ida Pellagrini.

All the while, I did a lot of homework, the shy kid’s retreat. My geometry page was a model of perfection. Anything worth doing is worth doing extraordinarily well – why not best in the world?

Excerpted from “What Is It All but Luminous” by Art Garfunkel. Copyright © 2017 by Art Garfunkel. All rights reserved. No part of this excerpt may be reproduced or reprinted without permission in writing from the publisher.
Industrial designer Raymond Loewy transformed locomotives, automobiles and household appliances into objects of unparalleled beauty. LIBRARY OF CONGRESS
On the CBS show “Person to Person” in 1956, Loewy described his design philosophy: “I felt it was my duty to try to do whatever I could to introduce a little bea

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An Island Guide to the Galapagos

 

An Island Guide to the Galapagos

The Galapagos Islands have long been a magnet to travellers interested in the ecology and geology of our natural world. This remote volcanic archipelago in the Pacific Ocean lies around 1,000km off the coast of Ecuador and supports some of the most diverse habitats on the planet. There are 13 main islands and numerous smaller ones, each with its own distinct characteristics. For anyone planning a trip to the Galapagos, holidays to explore this most unique part of the world can be enhanced by understanding some of the features and fast facts about them.
Bartholomew

 

While it is certainly not the largest, Bartholomew may be the most recognisable island. Its scenery is dominated by Pinnacle Rock, one of the most iconic landmarks of the archipelago. The tall, pointed rock just off the shore features in countless images of the region, providing a spectacular backdrop for the 360° views its high point. Bartholomew is also renowned as one of the best sites to encounter the magnificent marine wildlife, including Galapagos Penguins, sea lions, sharks and rays.

Espanola

Also known as Hood Island, Espanola is relatively flat, with the highest of its small hills measuring around 675ft. It is home to an abundance of wildlife including large numbers of sea lions and more than 12,000 pairs of Waved Albatross – almost the entire global population of the avian species. The breeding site at Gardner Bay, on its eastern shores, is also an exceptional place to explore the underwater life and encounter Marine Iguanas sunning themselves on the rocky beaches.

Isabela

The largest of all the islands, Isabela is in fact five small volcanoes joined together – all of which are still active. As such, the landscape is quite dramatic and varied, from the dense vegetation of the southern highlands to stark lava fields and mangrove swamps at lower altitudes. For visitors on Galapagos holidays, Isabela has multiple sites of interest including the vast wetlands, which support a huge variety of endemic and breeding birdlife.

Santa Cruz

Santa Cruz has six different vegetation zones, and the astounding diversity of its habitat is matched by the diversity and abundance of its wildlife species. Along with the opportunity to explore the many wild reptilian species of the highlands, it an integral part of the itinerary of most Galapagos holidays as it is the location of the Charles Darwin Research Station. The facility is an important breeding, education and research facility dedicated to the conservation of the Giant Tortoise, one of the most iconic species of the archipelago.

Fernandina

Fernandina is the youngest of all the islands, with its last volcanic activity recorded in 2009 from its centrepiece, La Cumbre. Renowned for its magnificent scenery, it is considered one of the world’s most untouched ecosystems, with no foreign species ever believed to have arrived on its shores. It is home to the nesting site of the unique flightless cormorants, along with the Blue Footed Booby and the elusive Galapagos Hawk.

A Unique Environment

The best Galapagos holidays are those with an itinerary that takes in both the large and smaller islands of the archipelago, in order to get a complete overview of not just its beauty but also its astonishing diversity. As one of the most fascinating places on Earth, scientists and biologists are still discovering new facts every year about this unique part of the world.

Las Vegas Party Ideas and Tip

Las Vegas Party Ideas and Tip

Having your bachelor party in Vegas is always a good plan. Your friends will have an unforgettable experience, may never be duplicated. There are so many choices of activities, the most difficult task is to choose one of the best Las Vegas bachelor party packages to suit your group’s taste. Here are some ideas for a Las Vegas bachelor party to consider. Choose the right party hotel
There is a famous Las Vegas Hotel with their respective parties. If this is of interest to you, consider reserving a room at one of these party hotels until your stay. Las Vegas Party Ideas and Tip

Choose the best time to go

Do you want Vegas to be booming with tourists? Or, do you prefer a little space? Vacation is the busiest time in Vegas. The city is quiet a little bit between these difficult times. Also, if you plan many outdoor activities, autumn or winter may be the best choice for your memorable bachelor party excursion.

Decide what to do when you do not celebrate,

Plan adventures, tours and activities: Shooting range, helicopter tours, land tours and pool parties in Vegas Pool parties in Vegas have always been a popular feature of Vegas’s best bachelor party packages.

Organize a schedule that keeps the group active,

Attend a show or adult entertainment venue: Plan your bachelor party in Vegas with a full schedule of events that keep your group entertained. Vegas offers a full menu of activities, from capturing main entertainers to all forms of adult entertainment.

Have good food,

Along with drinking and partying you make sure to enjoy fabulous Vegas food while (or in between) carousing and partying you.

Decide whether you prefer to mingle with tourists or other locals in bars and clubs:

Several bars and clubs serve Vegas visitors, while others water the holes for occupants. The choice of a drinking place is yours. Las Vegas Party Ideas and Tip

Consider ordering Vegas bottle service

Always include some form of transport, such as a limo or a party bus: In all cases, get a driver who knows Vegas and stay conscious. Reservation service reservations in Las Vegas allow your group to cut the waiting line and surcharges at the best clubs.

Plan your late night activity to keep rockin ‘and rollin’ into the morning

Unless your group is mostly tee-noer, your bachelor party will continue till night, till midnight and far outside. If you want to party all night, it is possible with a number of important parties after work hours that often continues until noon.

This is just an example of the popular Vegas bachelor party idea. If you want something more memorable, you can customize your bachelor party in Vegas to include your specific excitement. Las Vegas Party Ideas and Tip

Facts about Matter: Life Cycle and Hazard

Facts about Matter: Life Cycle and Hazard

If you have water damage in your home due to flooding, plumbing damage, leaking roofs, or other catastrophes, then you have one of the most important concerns: the growth of fungus. Professional contractors can help you restore your life after water damage in Marietta, and their main job will prevent or eliminate all the print marks. Why prints appear in the house, why dangerous, and what can be done? Facts about Matter: Life Cycle and Hazard

 

Here are some important facts that should be known to homeowners and business owners about the mold:

Prints are an important part of the planet’s natural order. It helps break down dead organic matter – from plant remains to animal carcasses.
When prints help to decipher the remains of living things, elements of the life form will return to the natural environment, fertilize the soil and help shape future lives to grow. All living things today are part of this process of life cycling in and out of the planet. Facts about Matter: Life Cycle and Hazard
In the room, mold is very dangerous. This can interfere with allergies, cause asthma, contribute to respiratory diseases, and can even be deadly.
This is because the fungus is not included in a controlled indoor environment. Without the soil, living plants, open air flow, or other natural order to create balance, the fungus could take over the building.
Prints reproduce through tiny spores, or structures such as seeds that are not visible to the human eye. Spores float through the air looking for matter to rot or evaporate for consumption.
There are many, many kinds of prints in nature. No mushrooms that scientists have yet to survive without moisture.
When the mold spores find moisture, they will settle there and grow very quickly. Some types of mushrooms can develop in a matter of hours.
Equipment such as sinks and sinks are designed in such a way that water will flow out of it rather than settle. This allows humans to use this equipment without constant printing threats.
If the moisture has reached the carpet, walls, cabinets, or other building materials inside the building, the water will settle there. Then, the mold will begin to grow and break down building materials, especially wood and other natural fibers.
If water damage in Marietta occurs for any reason, you should contact a professional contractor to control moisture spread, then dry all exposed areas as soon as possible. Only the pro can prevent and eliminate the fungus so it does not harm your structure or your health.