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Freedom Flotilla: RT journalist in Israeli prison - RT

Nadezhda Kevorkova has worked at RT since 2010, before which she was a special correspondent for ‘Novaya gazeta,’ ‘Nezavisimaya gazeta,’ and ‘Gazeta. ’ Kevorkova has also worked extensively in Russian mass-media. As a war correspondent, she covered the Arab Spring, military and religious conflicts, and the anti-globalization movement. She has worked as a reporter in Egypt, Sudan, Palestine, Jordan, Lebanon, Syria, Iraq, Iran, Pakistan, Azerbaijan, Ukraine, Hungary, Greece, Turkey, Cuba, and in the republics of the North Caucasus, Tatarstan, and in the Far East. In 2001, after an invitation from US State Department, Kevorkova visited a number of states, including Alaska. As a correspondent of 'Gazeta' she reported from Indian settlements in the US. She covered the ‘Gaza Freedom Flotilla’ in 2008, 2010 and 2011. she also visited Gaza several times during the blockade. In 2010, Kevorkova was nominated for the ‘International Women of Courage’ award. The Swedish boat Marianne, bought and equipped with donations collected across Sweden, left the port of Gothenburg in early May. On her way to Gaza, the Marianne docked at several European ports, and on June 19, it continued on its journey from Messina, Sicily. From then on my colleague Richard and I were on different boats according to our assignments. I was issued accreditation in Israel (Russian citizens don’t need a visa to enter Israel). I have been to the Gaza Strip on numerous occasions. I was once even a guest at a Zionist congress. Freedom Flotilla III consisted of four boats, with a total of 47 people from 17 countries on board. The Marianne, with 18 people on board (citizens of Sweden, Canada, Norway, New Zealand, Morocco, Spain, Tunisia and Russia), was far ahead of the rest. The boats that trailed behind carried all of the most valuable cargo – a deliberate step by the activists to prevent the Israeli forces from seizing the humanitarian aid. Experience from the 2010 flotilla showed that Israel doesn’t deliver any medicine, equipment or household goods to Gaza. From time to time a military helicopter, drone or plane would fly over the boat. Once, a plane flew parallel to the Marianne for some time, hovering right above the water. Sometimes there would be no satellite connection. “Come what may, we are going to Gaza. When they start preparing for an attack they’ll cut off all our communication. Until they seize the command bridge, we will continue on our way. Source: www.rt.com

Let it roll, SME Central, SME Central, AsiaOne Business News - AsiaOne

Nissan diesel trucks along the roads are a dime a dozen. However, if you happen to chance upon one that has been retrofitted and has a custom-made wrap of the Singapore skyline pasted on both its sides, you may have just caught the Coffee Bandits in action. Operating on a different model from most food trucks that cater only for events, Coffee Bandits - a food truck that first started its engine in August 2014 - is the only one that sells speciality coffee at regular places on fixed days of the week. Its coffee is a blend from different regions, such as Brazil, Mexico, parts of Africa and sometimes Guatemala. It is easy to shrug off a dramatic name like Coffee Bandits as a marketing ploy to attract customers' attention. However, the name is inextricably linked to the food truck's history. Say Cheryl Ong and Jessica Chow, founders of the business: "In the midst of going through the licence application process, we encountered some hurdles that got us thinking - jokingly, of course. - we should just do away with licensing, go ahead and operate, and run when the authorities catch up, just like bandits. Of course, Coffee Bandits went through the proper procedure and is now a National Environment Agency (NEA) certified kitchen after eight months of the application process, which started in January 2014. The owners had to apply for an in-principle... However, the duo had yet to buy the truck at that time and only had a blueprint. Hence, there were difficulties convincing landowners to allow the truck business to operate within their premises. Moreover, unlike a cafe which is in a fixed location, the duo had to seek approvals from various landowners, which led to a delay. However, both partners never felt that time was wasted as they spent those months prepping for the business by taking a barista course, among other things. While the capital used to start the business came mostly from their savings, the duo also had help from the government through grants such as the Productivity and Innovation Scheme (PIC). In fact, the founders have been approached by SME Centre, which works closely with Spring Singapore, to help them with issues such as claims. Now, fast approaching its first birthday, the truck is a regular fixture at light industrial. Source: business.asiaone.com

Domestic bliss: Tips for making the most of your wedding registry - Southeast Missourian

As you busily prepare for your walk down the aisle and make countless decisions regarding every detail, one task on your to-do list will help you see beyond your wedding day and into your future life together: the wedding registry. And though few things could be more enjoyable than a day of shopping with your beloved, there's also a bit of strategy that goes into building a complete registry. When making registry selections, be sure you've listed a variety of items at different price points -- high and low. This way, guests can purchase gifts they can afford, but they also have room to exercise some creativity. According to theknot. com, you should aim to have at least twice as many items on your wish lists as attendees at your wedding. Don't be afraid to dream big -- now is your chance to choose everything for your home, from towels and linens to plates, flatware and kitchen gadgets. In addition to basics, take this opportunity to ask for premium gifts or upgrades to what you already have. Having two to three registries is common and completely manageable. Consider including a department store, a national chain and an online retailer. Registering for items available at nationwide locations and online is convenient for out-of-towners. Be sure to check store return and exchange policies in case you receive duplicate items. Some retailers offer completion programs, providing coupons or discounts for you to purchase remaining items on registries after the wedding. Kickstart your kitchen: Cooking together is a simple way to bond with your spouse and have fun in the process. Now is the perfect time to think about upgrading your kitchen essentials, including dinnerware, silverware, glassware, cookware, bakeware, cutlery, gadgets, storage containers and barware. If you're looking for a kitchen appliance that can do the job of several, consider a high-powered blender. Other appliances that shouldn't be forgotten include a slow cooker, roasting pan, coffee maker, toaster or toaster oven and microwave. Once you've got the basics covered, consider some out-of-the-box kitchen items. Keep recipes handy by registering for a cutting board that has a place for a tablet. For easy entertaining, a slate cheese board enables you to write the name of each cheese or appetizer right on the board. Or, pick one with a hidden drawer for knives and storage. Serve in style: Be ready for dinner parties with formal. Source: www.semissourian.com

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    07/20/15 ,via The New Yorker

    They had a sewing room and a fitting room and a little windowless kitchenette and a lavatory; a dentist on the ground floor used the front basement rooms for storage, and they sometimes heard his heavy footsteps on the stairs. The Third Programme

  • The Jewish Press » » Setting Up A Newlywed's Apartment (Part II)

    07/20/15 ,via The Jewish Press

    Kitchen: hand towels, mugs, small set of meat and milk dishes, two sets of cutlery, one dish drying rack, two frying pans, two 8-quart pots, two 2-quart pots, hand mixer, hand blender, teakettle if you like tea, French press for coffee lovers, a set of

  • Freedom Flotilla: RT journalist in Israeli prison

    07/18/15 ,via RT

    They tossed the kitchen, the hold, the saloon, the water storage and the sleeping quarter. They broke off all the hooks which secured the furniture Cooking pots, cutlery and buckets rolled loose around the floor. “What are you looking for,” I asked

  • Let it roll, SME Central, SME Central, AsiaOne Business News

    07/21/15 ,via AsiaOne

    For example, utensils, cutlery, bottles and glassware have to be kept properly. "Once in a while, your drawers will open unexpectedly, and certain things will fall out", says Ms Ong. Besides having to pay extra attention to storage, the weather is also

  • Domestic bliss: Tips for making the most of your wedding registry

    06/30/15 ,via Southeast Missourian

    Don't be afraid to dream big -- now is your chance to choose everything for your home, from towels and linens to plates, flatware and kitchen gadgets. In addition to basics, take this opportunity to ask for premium gifts or upgrades to what you already

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