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  1. hmm , welcome back ? 

  2. *Dimensions : 150x250 (the appropriate dimensions for the forum, before that, they were, now I do not know) Text : Andreea Theme (Obligatory stock) : Last request : I do not know exactly, anyway now a very long time *Other information : I would like the twitch effect on it, and a font that you think fits pretty well, thank u guys ?
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  5. A statement by US President-elect Donald Trump that Nato is "obsolete" has caused "worry" in the alliance, Germany's foreign minister has said. Frank-Walter Steinmeier said it was a contradiction of comments made days ago by Mr Trump's incoming defence chief. In an interview in New York, Mr Trump also said Germany's Angela Merkel made "a catastrophic mistake" by admitting more than one million migrants. And he threatened German car makers with high import tariffs. Companies including BMW, Volkswagen and Daimler have invested in factories in Mexico, where costs are cheaper, with an eye to exporting into the US market. But Mr Trump said: "I would tell them to not waste their time and money unless they want to sell to other countries. That would be ok, if you want to build in Mexico. "I would tell BMW, if you want to build a factory in Mexico and sell cars to the US without paying a 35% tax, forget it." Mr Trump was giving details of his foreign policy goals in an interview with British and German newspapers, the Times and Bild, at Trump Tower in New York. Donald Trump's comments have caused dismay, concern - but perhaps not surprise - in Berlin. Few expected the new transatlantic relationship to echo the warm and trusting alliance nurtured by Angela Merkel and Barack Obama, who was a vocal supporter of Mrs Merkel's refugee policy. There is anger, too. Germany's outspoken Vice-Chancellor Sigmar Gabriel retorted that the migrant crisis was the result of "faulty, interventionist American policies in the Mediterranean and Middle East". That Mr Trump should take aim at Germany's car manufacturers has also raised eyebrows, though few here believe his congress would approve the 35% tax he appears to be threatening to impose on imported vehicles. Germans were largely unimpressed by Mr Trump during his election campaign and now, despite his own German heritage, the president-elect is doing little to endear himself. On Nato, Mr Trump reiterated his criticism that "a lot of" the 28 member states were not paying their fair share. He said the alliance had been forged "many, many years ago", adding: "It's obsolete because it wasn't taking care of terror. "And the other thing is the countries aren't paying their fair share so we're supposed to protect countries. But a lot of these countries aren't paying what they're supposed to be paying, which I think is very unfair to the United States." In an apparent contradiction, Mr Trump then said Nato was "very important" to him. Speaking later in Brussels, Mr Steinmeier said the president-elect's comments had caused "worry and concern". "I've just had a conversation with the Secretary-General of Nato, Jens Stoltenberg, who has expressed concern at the comments made by Donald Trump that Nato is obsolete," he said. "This is in contradiction with what the American defence minister said in his hearing in Washington only some days ago and we have to see what will be the consequences for American policy." At his Senate confirmation hearing last week, Mr Trump's choice for defence secretary, Gen James Mattis, described Nato as central to US defence. And he accused Russian President Vladimir Putin of trying to "break" the alliance. A Kremlin spokesman said on Monday that Russia agreed with Mr Trump's evaluation of Nato, particularly that it had become obsolete, Russian news agency Interfax said. Mr Trump described German Chancellor Angela Merkel as Europe's most important leader, but said that the EU had become a vehicle for Germany. He also said Mrs Merkel had made a "catastrophic mistake" by admitting more than one million migrants and refugees. "I think she made one very catastrophic mistake and that was taking all of these illegals... And nobody even knows where they come from," he added. Asked about Mr Trump's comments, Mrs Merkel told reporters in Berlin that Germany would wait until after his inauguration and then work with the new administration to see what kind of agreements could be achieved. Mr Trump linked the migrant issue with Brexit - the UK referendum vote to leave the EU. He promised a quick trade deal between the US and the UK after he takes office on Friday. However, a European Commission spokeswoman has reiterated that the UK will not be allowed to engage in formal talks involving a trade deal with the US until 2019, when it has finished the process of leaving the EU. A senior figure in Chancellor Angela Merkel's Christian Democratic Union (CDU) said Mr Trump's comments on the EU were creating a false picture. "It seems that some people have the impression that the EU is about to unravel...[that] after Britain, others will leave too," said Jens Sphan
  6. Family members of a Houston-area high school student who killed herself are rallying for tighter laws against cyberbullying. TEXAS CITY, Texas — Family members of a Houston-area high school student who killed herself are rallying for tighter laws against cyberbullying. Brandy Vela’s family says cyberbullying pushed the 18-year-old over the edge, leading her to shoot herself in the chest Tuesday afternoon at the family’s Texas City home as family members watched. Her father, Raul Vela, said she had been receiving abusive text messages for months from bullies using an untraceable smartphone application. Her father said someone made a fake Facebook page of her, creating another cyberbullying medium. “I heard someone crying,” Brandy’s 22-year-old sister, Jacqueline Vela, told KPRC-TV of Houston, “so I ran upstairs and I looked in her room, and she’s against the wall and she has a gun pointed at her chest and she’s just crying and crying and I’m like, ‘Brandy, please don’t. Brandy, no.” Jacqueline Vela said she went to her parents’ room, “and I just heard the shot and my dad just yelled, ‘Help me. Help me. Help me.'” “I was almost certain that I could persuade her to put that gun down. It didn’t work. She pulled the trigger,” Raul Vela said. Her final cellphone text to her family was, “I love you so much just remember that please and I’m so sorry for everything.” Her family said the harassment focused mainly on Brandy’s weight. “They would make dating websites of her, and they would put her number and they would put her picture (on the sites), and lie about her age and say she is giving herself up for sex for free, to call her,” said Jacqueline Vela. The family said they reported the bullying to the Texas City school district and several law enforcement agencies. “School was a safe environment for Brandy,” said school district spokeswoman Melissa Tortorici. “She had a lot of friends and was thought of warmly by her peers and teachers. She did bring it to the school’s attention before Thanksgiving break that she was getting harassing messages to her cellphone outside of school. Our deputy investigated it, and the app that was being used to send the messages was untraceable. We encouraged her to change her phone number.” Brandy Vela changed her number, but bullies always found her, her family said. “We have lots of incident reports, and they always say the same thing: They can’t do anything about it,” Jacqueline Vela said. A Texas City Police Department statement says it continues to investigate the Velas’ complaints. Jacqueline Vela told KPRC that she and her siblings have a good idea who may have been behind some of these attacks and have been assisting in the investigation. The father said that he hopes for stricter laws against cyberbullying and greater awareness of the problem to give some meaning to his daughter’s death.
  7. New York City police stand guard in front of Trump Tower, a residence of President-elect Donald Trump in New York, Sunday, Nov. 13, 2016. New Yorkers are protesting the financial burden of the security costs for the Trump family. A pair of online petitions is demanding that the residents of New York City not be on the hook for President-elect Donald Trump‘s $1 million-per-day security costs. One of the petitions even has some heavyweights behind it — Speaker of the New York City Council Melissa Mark-Viverito, and Counc. Dan Garodnick. Since Trump’s surprise victory, New York City police have increased protection for the president-elect and his family, who residet at Trump Tower in the heart of Manhattan, not far from the Museum of Modern Art and Carnegie Hall. While Trump moves to the White House early next year, his wife Melania and son Barron will stay behind until the school year is over. There have been reports indicating Trump will live part-time in New York. Police have set up barriers and security details at the luxury skyscraper, which has been the headquarters for his transition team as he prepares for his inauguration. One petition lobbies for federal funds to cover the security costs; it is intended to be delivered to Trump. “At an estimated $1 million per day, protecting you, your family and your home at Trump Tower will total over one billion dollars during your four-year term,” the petition states. “This represents an extraordinary financial burden for New York City taxpayers.” The city’s basic services — such as police, sanitation, and schools — would suffer under the financial burden, it states. “Commit the necessary federal funds to reimburse New York for all costs of protecting you and your family— both before and after your inauguration as President of the United States of America. “Make it clear today that New York City is not going to get stuck with the bill.” A second petition takes aim at Melania’s plans to stay in New York after her husband goes to the White House. Signed by roughly 90,000 supporters, it urges Gov. Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio to refuse the security costs. “The New York taxpayers refuse to pay over $1 million a day so she can stay. If this decision has been made, between the two of them they should be the ones to pay for it. Not New York taxpayer dollars that could be used on roads, schools, transit, sanitation, new jobs and other expenses that the city has,” it states. “This is what tax dollars should be used for, improvements for the city and all the people of the city, not just one.” De Blasio previously said the cost of protection for Trump and his family was of concern. “We are particularly concerned about overtime costs, and we think it’s a very valid situation to turn to the federal government for the maximum possible reimbursement for those costs,” de Blasio told reporters last month. Trump’s inauguration day is Jan. 20, which is also the day the Obamas will officially make way for the Trumps in the White House.
  8. Canada’s top one per cent of income earners pulled in an average of $466,700 in 2014, and paid more in taxes than the average Canadian household makes in a year. New data from Statistics Canada provides a glimpse of Canada’s wealthiest – the 268,505 Canadians who earn more than $227,100 annually. Canada’s top earners were mostly male, (78.3 per cent), likely to be in a relationship (81.5 per cent), with a median age of 52. In all, the top one per cent pulled in 10.3 per cent of Canada’s total combined income; that was unchanged from 2013. But data showed that while Canada’s rich were doing just fine, as a group their average total income barely budged between 2009 and 2014. Meanwhile, the average of all Canadian tax-filers grew by 4.2 per cent over the same period. The average tax bill for the top earners came in at $159,500 in combined federal and provincial taxes, a 2.7 per cent hike from the year before. The bulk of the high-income earners lived in Ontario (107,200) and increasingly Alberta (68,600). It should be noted that this data is from before the oil crash, which began its tumble in mid-2014, before hitting a 12-year low of US$28.50 in January 2016. The oil crash hammered Alberta, where unemployment rates spiked as energy sector jobs disappeared. Canada’s high earners should expect to pay more in federal taxes for 2016; the Trudeau Liberals bumped the tax bracket for people earning more than $200,000 to 33 per cent, an increase from the 2015 rate of 29 per cent.
  9. A South Carolina man suspected of being a serial killer was formally charged with three additional counts of murder Monday for bodies found buried on his land. The murder warrants against Todd Kohlhepp weren’t a surprise. Spartanburg County Sheriff Chuck Wright already said the 45-year-old real estate agent was responsible for those three killings and four more at a motorcycle shop in 2003. Kohlhepp was charged with killing 32-year-old Charlie Carver between Aug. 30 and Sept. 2. Carver went to see Kohlhepp with his girlfriend to check on a cleaning job when he was shot and killed and she was kidnapped, authorities said. Kohlhepp was arrested Nov. 3 after deputies found Carver’s girlfriend chained in a storage container, Wright said. Kohlhepp shot 25-year-old Meagan McCraw-Coxie on Christmas or Dec. 26 after holding her against her will for about a week, according to arrest warrants that include a kidnapping charge. The Coxies were reported missing last December. Coxie was killed a day after his wife was released from jail. McCraw-Coxie had told her mother she needed to be bonded out so she could go to a job, but then her mother lost contact, Spartanburg County Sheriff’s Lt. Kevin Bobo said. Kohlhepp already faces four additional murder charges for killing the owner, service manager, mechanic and bookkeeper at a motorcycle shop in 2003. Kohlhepp waived a bond hearing Monday night, according to media reports.
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  11. Nume : The Night Of (2016) Directori : Steven Zaillian, James Marsh Scriitori : - Personaje : David Chen, Syam M. Lafi, John Turturro Durata Filmului : 118 minute Anul Lansarii : 2016 Gen : Crimă, Dramă Descriere : Un serial ce analizează complexitățile unui caz de crimă din New York. Povestea urmărește investigația poliției, demersurile legale, sistemul de justiție și purgatoriul numit Rikers Island, unde acuzatul își așteaptă procesul. Trailer :
  12. Ten paramilitary soldiers have been killed in a clash between security forces and Maoist rebels in India’s eastern Bihar state, police say. At least five other soldiers were injured in the battle in Aurangabad district late on Monday. Maoist rebels have carved out strongholds in a number of states in the north, east and centre of India. They say they are fighting for communist rule and greater rights for tribal people and the rural poor. Three rebels were also killed in Monday night’s gunfight in the Dumrinala area, nearly 170km (105 miles) south of Patna, the capital of Bihar, police officer PK Sahu told the Associated Press news agency, The police said the rebels used improvised explosive devices and fired at the soldiers when the latter were conducting anti-rebel operations in the area. India’s Maoist insurgency began in West Bengal state in the late 1960s and has been called the country’s “greatest internal security challenge”. The Maoists control large areas of several states in a “red corridor” stretching from the north-east to central India.