Tag: 上海龙凤1314

Solving the Storage Persistence Problem in Containers

first_imgIn this interview on theCube, I talk about solving the challenge of storage persistence in containers and how in the world of open source the line between customers and vendors is blurring.last_img

Kearney and Stander fit for Wallabies clash

first_imgIn the pack, Iain Henderson comes in for Tipperary’s Donnacha Ryan in the second row,Head coach Joe Schmidt feels Kearney and Stander will be fine come Saturday. Both players have come through the return-to-play protocols after a bruising affair last week.Keith Earls starts on the wing in place of Simon Zebo, while Garry Ringrose comes into the centre replacing the injured Robbie Henshaw. As he did off the bench last week, Paddy Jackson comes in for Jonathan Sexton. last_img

Edmonton judge to rule on Khadr request for eased bail conditions

first_imgEDMONTON — An Edmonton judge is to rule Friday on former Guantanamo Bay detainee Omar Khadr’s request for relaxed bail conditions and a Canadian passport.His lawyer Nathan Whitling said it’s not fair that Khadr’s life remains restricted by a stalled U.S. court process with no end in sight.“His case is different because of the extraordinarily long time that he’s been on bail … because of the extraordinary delays that have occurred with his foreign appeal,” Whitling said in an interview.Khadr, 32, wants to be able to travel to Toronto without the approval of his bail supervisor to visit his family more easily and to make court appearances related to a civil lawsuit filed by the family of an American soldier killed in the Afghanistan firefight in which Khadr was capturedHe also wants unsupervised conversations with his sister and a Canadian passport so that he can make the hajj to Mecca in Saudi Arabia. The Islamic religious pilgrimage is considered obligatory for practising Muslims.Currently, he must contact his bail supervisor if he wants to leave Alberta. He can only talk under supervision to his sister Zaynab, who has spoken in favour of al-Qaida and was investigated in Canada more than a decade ago for helping the terrorist network.Khadr said his sister now lives in the country of Georgia.He has been on bail since May 2015, when it was granted by an Alberta judge pending appeal of Khadr’s conviction by a U.S. military commission on alleged war crimes. The appeal in the U.S. has stalled and Khadr has no idea of how long his bail conditions will last.“In Canada, appeals move quickly,” Whitling said. “This is pending a foreign appeal, which has never happened before and this foreign appeal is extraordinarily slow.”He said his client has lived quietly for years, is happily married, follows bail conditions to the letter and poses no threat. Khadr’s affidavit says he has been to Toronto eight times without issue since the conditions were imposed.It’s the latest of several attempts for relaxed bail conditions. In 2017, a judge denied most of his requests.Khadr was sent to the notorious U.S. military holding facility at Guantanamo Bay in 2002 after he was captured and accused of throwing a grenade that killed a U.S. soldier in 2002.He was 15 at the time and says he can’t remember killing the soldier. He says he only confessed to the crime to get out of Guantanamo and into the Canadian justice system.In 2010, the Supreme Court ruled that Khadr’s rights were violated while he was in captivity in the U.S. and that the Canadian government had contributed to that. Khadr settled a lawsuit against Ottawa in 2017 with a $10.5-million payout.— Follow Bob Weber on Twitter at @row1960Bob Weber, The Canadian Presslast_img read more

Tomasa Del Real On Bringing Her Take On Reggaetón NeoPerreo To Coachella


SELECTMEN NEWS Big Issues To Be Discussed At Monday February 25 Meeting


Ram Gopal Varma takes Uturn after Vijay Devarakonda teams up with Puri


Atlee Kumar wins the court battle on Vijays Bigil story plagiarism issue


Astronomers discover Earthsized exoplanet with very short orbital period


Now open Royalton Antigua Resort and Spa

first_imgNow open: Royalton Antigua Resort and Spa Travelweek Group Tags: Antigua & Barbuda, Royalton Resorts << Previous PostNext Post >> Sharecenter_img ANTIGUA — The new Royalton Antigua Resort and Spa is officially open and welcoming guests after celebrating its grand debut on May 1 with a champagne reception.Addressing guests, general manager Christian Langlade said: “We’re excited to be bringing a new level of luxury vacations to the island with the opening of Royalton Antigua Resort and Spa. With modern facilities, world-class service and lavish accommodation options – including Antigua’s first-ever overwater bungalows which will be opening later this summer – we’re sure this latest addition to the island’s lineup of luxury properties will be well received by travellers from around the world.”The 294-room resort, situated on a pristine beach in Antigua’s Deep Bay, offers a range of room categories for all group sizes, from suites with bay views to ultra-luxe swimout suites. For added luxury, clients can upgrade to Diamond Club featuring added inclusions such as preferred room locations, butler service, preferential reservations, exclusive beach areas with waiter service and more.More news:  Windstar celebrates record-breaking bookings in JulyA wide range of activities can also be found on site, including the famous RoyaltonFit program, mixology courses and dance lessons. Young guests can take advantage of the complimentary kids club featuring popular characters Max & Ruby. Other selling points include unlimited reservation-free dining at a variety of specialty restaurants, 24-hour room service, a casino, brewhouse, teens’ lounge and non-motorized water sports.The adults-only Chairman Overwater Bungalows will be one-bedroom oceanfront villas that come with a private infinity plunge pool, hammock, king size bed, living area, and private ocean entry from a private deck. Bungalow guests also enjoy private transfers, butler service, sunset mixology and personal fitness/yoga classes.For more information go to https://sp2.img.hsyaolu.com.cn/wp-shlf1314/2031/IMG17117.jpg” alt=”last_img” /> read more

Powered by WordPress & Theme by Anders Norén