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A combined team of security operatives made up of the DSS, and fabricated performance criticisms." a tongue-in-cheek throwback rap that dutifully name-checks the supernatural characters in the upcoming R.D. has held the first turkey supper in the area for many many years Theirs is Wednesday evening They have had as many as 500 come for turkey dinners So they are mashing potatoes and making bread and pies todayBest regards from Marilyn fighting wasps and picking apples on Cottonwood StreetThe League Management Company (LMC) has overturned the ban on Akure Township Stadium home of Sunshine Stars Following their fans’ unruly behaviour in last season’s Week 36 game against Lobi Stars the league body imposed the ban on the stadium Sunshine Stars subsequently played their home matches in Lagos but are now free to return to their base “I’m pleased to inform you that Sunshine Stars have been cleared to play their NPFL home games at the Akure Township Stadium” media officer Wahab Bankole confirmed to Goal “This is cheering for us as it will boost our confidence level going into the new season “We have learnt our lessons and will do all it takes to prevent a repeat of the occurrence that resulted to the initial LMC action” Sunshine welcome Akwa United in the first game of the Nigeria Professional Football League (NFPL) season on February 21 By Nidal al-Mughrabi and Dan Williams GAZA-ISRAEL BORDER (Reuters) – Palestinians buried the dead on Tuesday from the bloodiest day in Gaza in years after Israeli forces killed 60 Palestinians near the Gaza-Israel border during demonstrations against the opening of the US embassy in Jerusalem Israeli forces shot dead two more Palestinians on Tuesday although protests were quieter than the previous day It appeared that many protesters had gone to mourning tents rather than back to the scene of Monday’s bloodshed Mourners marched through the strip waving Palestinian flags and calling for revenge "With souls and blood we redeem you martyrs" they shouted Hundreds marched in the funeral of eight-month-old Leila al-Ghandour whose body was wrapped in a Palestinian flag "Let her stay with me it is too early for her to go" her mother cried pressing the baby’s body to her chest The family said she died of inhaling tear gas At Gaza’s hospitals families crowded the halls and spilled out of rooms as patients awaited treatment Bassem Ibrahim who said he was shot in the leg by Israeli troops said at one stage he had feared losing the limb because of the delays "There are not many doctors They are unable to see everyone with all the injuries" said Ibrahim 23 "The number was unbelievable and they did not have time" On the Israeli side of the border Israeli sharpshooters took up positions to stop any attempted breach of the fence should demonstrations break out again Tanks were also deployed But if the violence tapered off it still had a forceful impact internationally with countries criticising both the Israeli use of deadly force and the US decision to open its new embassy at a ceremony attended by President Donald Trump’s daughter Ivanka and son-in-law Jared Kushner Turkey expelled Israel’s ambassador and Israel expelled the Turkish consul-general in Jerusalem President Tayyip Erdogan exchanged heated words on Twitter with Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu The Palestinians summoned home their representative in Washington citing the embassy decision Netanyahu blamed Hamas for provoking the violence "They’re pushing civilians – women children – into the line of fire with a view of getting casualties We try to minimize casualties They’re trying to incur casualties in order to put pressure on Israel which is horrible" Netanyahu told CBS News For the past six weeks Palestinians have been holding Gaza border demonstrations demanding access to family land or homes lost to Israel when it was founded in the 1948 Middle East war Israel rejects that demand fearing it would deprive the state of its Jewish majority Palestinian medical officials say 107 Gazans have now been killed since the start of the protests and nearly 11000 people wounded about 3500 of them by live fire Israeli officials dispute those numbers No Israeli casualties have been reported Palestinian leaders have called Monday’s events a massacre and the Israeli tactic of using live fire against the protesters has drawn worldwide concern and condemnation The United Nations Security Council met to discuss the situation Israel has said it is acting in self-defence to protect its borders and communities Its main ally the United States has backed that stance and both say that Hamas which rules Gaza instigated the violence an allegation denied by the militant group opposed to Israel’s existence The Israeli military said at least 24 of those killed on Monday were "terrorists with documented terror background" and most of them were active operatives of Hamas The Islamic Jihad militant group posted portraits of three uniformed members whom it said were killed when they took part as non-combatants in the protests and the Hamas-led interior ministry posted pictures of 10 of its security men killed in the protests whom it said were unarmed and monitoring the crowds On Tuesday morning mourners marched through Gaza waving Palestinian flags and calling for revenge "With souls and blood we redeem you martyrs" they shouted May 15 is traditionally the day Palestinians mark the "Nakba" or Catastrophe when hundreds of thousands fled or were driven from their homes in violence culminating in war between the newly created Jewish state and its Arab neighbours in 1948 More than 2 million people are crammed into the Gaza Strip more than two-thirds of them refugees Citing security concerns Israel and Egypt maintain tight curbs on the enclave deepening economic hardship and raising humanitarian concerns On the Israeli side of the border Israeli sharpshooters took up positions to stop any attempted breach of the fence should demonstrations break out again Tanks were also deployed A senior Israeli commander said that of the 60 Gazans killed on Monday 14 were carrying out attacks and 14 others were militants He also said Palestinians protesters were using hundreds of pipe bombs grenades and fire-bombs Militants had opened fire on Israeli troops and tried to set off explosives by the fence Many casualties were caused by Palestinians carrying devices that went off prematurely" he said "We approve every round fired before it is fired Every target is spotted in advance We know where the bullet lands and where it is aimed" said the commander who spoke on condition that he not be named in accordance with Israeli regulations "However reality on the ground is such that unintended damage is caused" he said In Geneva the UN human rights office condemned what it called the "appalling deadly violence" by Israeli forces UN human rights spokesman Rupert Colville said Israel had a right to defend its borders according to international law but lethal force must only be used a last resort and was not justified by Palestinians approaching the Gaza fence The UN rapporteur on human rights in the Palestinian territories Michael Lynk said Israel’s use of force may amount to a war crime YOUNG VICTIM Many shops in East Jerusalem were shut throughout the day following a call by Palestinian President Mahmoud Abbas for a general strike across the Palestinian Territories A 70-second siren was sounded in the occupied West Bank in commemoration of the Nakba Most Gaza protesters stay around tent camps but groups have ventured closer to the border fence rolling burning tyres and throwing stones Some have flown kites carrying containers of petrol that spread fires on the Israeli side On Tuesday the number of protesters gathered at the frontier was estimated by the Israeli army at 4000 well down on Monday Monday’s protests were fuelled by the opening ceremony for the new US Embassy in Jerusalem following its relocation from Tel Aviv The move fulfilled a pledge by US President Donald Trump who in December recognised the city as Israel’s capital Palestinians envision East Jerusalem as the capital of a state they hope to establish in the occupied West Bank and the Gaza Strip Israel regards all of Jerusalem including the eastern sector it captured in the 1967 Middle East war and which it later annexed as its "eternal and indivisible capital" Most countries say the status of Jerusalem – a sacred city to Jews Muslims and Christians – should be determined in a final peace settlement and that moving their embassies now would prejudge any such deal Netanyahu on Monday praised Trump but Palestinians have said the United States can no longer serve as an honest broker in any peace process Talks aimed at finding a two-state solution to the conflict have been frozen since 2014 Trump said on Monday he remained committed to peace between Israel and the Palestinians His administration says it has nearly completed a new Israeli-Palestinian peace plan Netanyahu blamed Hamas for the Gaza violence Hamas denied instigating it but the White House backed Netanyahu saying Hamas "intentionally and cynically provoking this response" The United States on Monday blocked a Kuwait-drafted UN Security Council statement that would have expressed "outrage and sorrow at the killing of Palestinian civilians" and called for an independent investigation UN diplomats said In the British parliament junior foreign office minister Alistair Burt said the United States needed to show more understanding about the causes of Israeli-Palestinian conflict Hamas’ role in the violence must be investigated he added (Additional reporting by Stephen Farrell Writing by Maayan Lubell Jeffrey Heller and Ori Lewis Peter Graff Editing by William Maclean) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed The male dolphins of Shark Bay Australia are known to marine biologists for their messy social entanglements Their relationships with each other are so unusual—they’re more like the intricate webs of the Mafia than the vertical hierarchies of chimpanzees—that in a new paper one team of scientists argues that the dolphins live in a social system that is "unique among mammals" Intriguingly the researchers also suggest that these complex and often cooperative relationships may stem in part from one simple unexpected factor: the dolphins’ low cruising speed Mammals have evolved a variety of social structures For example chimpanzees live in what ethologists call "semiclosed groups"—that is a community comprised of individuals who are well-known to each other The members generally aren’t friendly to chimps in other communities; the males practice what’s known as community defense patrolling and guarding their territory and fighting their neighbors Inside that tight group the chimpanzees also have male-male alliances At first glance dolphins seem to have a somewhat similar social system Two or three adult males form a tight alliance and cooperate to herd a female for mating (Female dolphins rarely form strong alliances) Other male teams may try to spirit away the female—particularly if she is in estrus To fight back the first-level alliances form partnerships with other first-level alliances thus creating a larger second-level alliance Some of these second-level alliances have as many as 14 dolphins and can last 15 years or more On some occasions the second-level alliance can call in the troops from yet another group "a third-order alliance" as the researchers call them—leading to huge battles with more than 20 dolphins biting and bashing each other with their heads and tails over the right to keep or steal a single female But are these dolphin battles analogous to what male chimpanzees do That is are the dolphin alliances also fighting over territory To find out a research team headed by Richard Connor a cetacean biologist at the University of Massachusetts Dartmouth tracked 12 of the second-order alliances in Shark Bay—a 13000-square-kilometer bay in western Australia—during the peak mating season from July to November over 6 years The scientists monitored a 600-square-kilometer region of the bay keeping tabs on every member in each alliance the ranges or areas they regularly traveled their behaviors whether the males had a female with them and—when there was a battle—which groups came to each other’s aid Connor’s group then calculated the total home range for each alliance and mapped the degree of overlap between ranges The team discovered that unlike chimps none of the male groups were patrolling and defending a large community territory Instead the dolphins live in a society with a mosaic of many overlapping male and female ranges without any apparent boundaries "There isn’t a community border that males or females are patrolling" says Connor whose team reports its findings online today in the Proceedings of the Royal Society B Instead he says they live in an open society with groups teaming up for a bit and splitting apart—all the while doing what Connor summarizes as "soap operatics" trying to stay on top of who did what to whom while deciding whether they should stay friends or become foes "It’s just unprecedented; there’s nothing like this in other mammal societies" says Sran Randi, The older students know they have the right of way crossing University Avenue! 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