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Syrian refugees in America concerned about anti-Muslim sentiment

Posted December 13, 2015 13:22:12

The death of Linda’s seven-day-old infant boy changed everything.

He was killed in a hospital bombing in Damascus in 2012. He was the only boy among her six kids.

Linda, her husband and 5 daughters fled to Lebanon.

There, they lived on UN meals stamps for two years whilst undergoing the lengthy procedure of applying for asylum in the United States.

Sitting at a picnic table, watching her daughters run about in the playground of a mosque in Baltimore, she stated the process was difficult.

“What can I inform you? They asked concerns about your complete life since birth — what did you do?” she mentioned.

“Not only you — about your relatives, about your parents, brothers, sisters, uncles, all of your loved ones, the whole loved ones history.”

Linda and her household arrived in Baltimore in late 2014, amongst a handful of Syrian refugees to settle in the US city in the previous few years.

Her husband functions as a delivery driver, her five daughters are in college and, for the first time in her life, Linda has learned how to drive.

“Of course I’m satisfied,” she said, seeking at her eldest daughter, 16-year-old Faiyza sitting next to her listening to music on her telephone through headphones.

Although Linda has discovered close friends at the local mosque who have helped her navigate her new life, America does not yet feel like the excellent property.

“Half of the society is okay in welcoming us, the other half is not,” she said.

Muslim refugees greeted with resentment and fear

The Paris and California terror attacks unleashed a wave of anti-Muslim refugee sentiment in the United States.

Numerous Republican presidential candidates pounced on fears that Islamic extremists could infiltrate the United States to carry out attacks.

Frontrunner Donald Trump this week referred to as for the United States to bar all Muslims from entering the country until the nation’s leaders can “figure out what is going on”, whilst his rival Ben Carson likened Syrian refugees to “a rabid dog running around your neighbourhood”.

America’s peak Islamic physique, the Centre for American-Islamic Relations, stated attacks on Muslim’s have sharply enhanced in current weeks.

Earlier this week, their headquarters was evacuated soon after employees received white powder in the mail with a note reading “die a painful death, Muslims”.

Police had been investigating a number of anti-Muslim acts across the nation, which includes a pig’s head left at a mosque in Philadelphia and a bullet-riddled Koran left outside an Islamic clothing store in California.

The Home Safety Committee revealed this week that individuals tied to terrorist groups in Syria have attempted to enter the United States by way of its refugee plan.

US president Barack Obama stated last month that refugees who end up in the United States were the “most vetted, scrutinised, thoroughly investigated individuals that ever arrive on American shores”.

Mr Obama desires to settle ten,000 Syrian refugees by next September, but a number of states are attempting to block their entry.

Baltimore opens its door to Syrians fleeing persecution

Amid the backlash, one US city is opening its doors to those fleeing persecution in the Middle East.

The city of Baltimore’s population fell by a third since the 1950s and the mayor desires to boost it by welcoming a lot more migrants.

“They open enterprise, raise families and contribute to our neighborhood economy,” mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake said.

Baltimore Mayor Rawlings-Blake Photo: Baltimore mayor Stephanie Rawlings-Blake has welcomed refugees from the Middle-East to her city with open arms. (ABC)

Mayor Rawlings-Blake mentioned she wants ten,000 families to migrate to the city in the next decade, and hopes many of them come from the war-torn Middle East.

“Regardless of what we’ve witnessed in Paris, my passionate assistance for welcoming new Americans to Baltimore remains unwavering,” she said.

“I hope that refugees from Syria and areas of conflict will appear to Baltimore as a potential place to contact property.”

The city has set up education, employment and economic help programs for refugees and they are currently producing success stories.

Two months ago, 58-year old Togolese refugee Adote Akwei used a special loan from the regional government to purchase a two-storey home in Baltimore’s suburbs.

“We have been here for the last two months, but until now it is a dream for me. I can’t think it,” he stated, sitting in his the neat, sparsely furnished lounge area.

“Sometimes if you see me rolling on the carpet here, [I] just like to feel like it is actual and it is accurate” he mentioned, looking down at the soft beige carpet beneath his chair.

Syrian refugee Linda worries what impact the anti-Muslim sentiment in the US will have on her daughters, but she hopes to remain in America and grow to be a contributing member of society.

She hopes other people like her will be offered the same chance.

“I am one particular mother out of millions of Syrian mothers who need to have aid, and those mothers want to guarantee their kids have a future too,” she stated.

Subjects: refugees, immigration, united-states, syrian-arab-republic

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Queensland prisoners to get nearby milk right after MP complains about imports

By Isobel Roe and Isabella Higgins

Updated December 12, 2015 16:40:08

Joe Bradley Photo: Joe Bradley has been a dairy farmer for more than 40 years. (ABC News: Isabella Higgins)

4 Queensland prisons have banned imported milk after a complaint from Katter’s Australian Party MP Shane Knuth.

Mr Knuth said he was horrified to discover that since August, the Queensland Corrections division has been buying imported UHT milk from New Zealand for prisoners in Lotus Glen, Townsville, Wolston and Brisbane correctional centres.

The Dalrymple MP mentioned it had taken away company from the state’s struggling dairy farmers.

“You just can’t make decision like this to say ‘OK we’ll save a handful of cents but we’ll give a kick in the guts to the market that surrounds it’,” he stated.

He took the concern to new Corrections Minister Bill Byrne earlier this week.

A spokesman for Mr Byrne stated the minister instantly banned the use of long-life milk in favour of the nearby item.

Orders for fresh milk have already been made.

‘It sends the appropriate message’

Joe Bradley, who has been a dairy farmer for 40 years, stated the Government’s move to use local create in prisons fills farmers like him with hope.

“People just do not realise how fortunate they are to have food that is developed in a clean, green way here in Australia,” he said.

“Farmers are price-takers and we are obtaining our guts ripped out … we require support.”

Queensland Dairy Farmers Organisation chief executive Adrian Peake welcomed the Minister’s announcement but wanted “to get the message by way of all of government they should usually be supporting neighborhood farmers”.

“It is truly important that the Government supports the nearby industry due to the fact our farmers have been through a actually challenging time, with the supermarket value wars, and that is been unrelenting, so any assistance is welcome,” he said.

Topics: dairy-production, livestock, rural, qld, brisbane-4000, townsville-4810

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Complaints about paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale ‘ignored’ by senior clergy

Posted December 11, 2015 15:06:18

The current Bishop of Brisbane ignored complaints about notorious paedophile priest Gerald Ridsdale, the Royal Commission into Institutional Responses to Youngster Sexual Abuse has heard.

Bishop Brian Finnigan was the secretary to the Bishop of Ballarat in the 1980s.

In 1981, he took a phone call from concerned parents in Mortlake about Gerald Ridsdale.

Counsel Assisting Angus Steward read a statement from the parents.

“We mentioned that the enquiry was related to the security of our son,” he study.

“We asked Father Finnigan whether or not we required to be concerned about the welfare of our youngster in relation to Father Ridsdale.

“He stated that there was no require for concern and there had been no reports of improper behaviour by Ridsdale.”

Beneath cross-examination from royal commissioner Justice Peter McClennan, Bishop Finnigan mentioned he had no memory of the conversation and did not refer the complaint.

Justice McClennan: A person comes to you and says they are concerned about the security of their child. Does that not lead to you the greatest alarm?

Bishop Finnigan: On reflection it ought to have, but at the time I didn’t twig to it.

Justice McClennan: When a person comes to you, a member of your church, and says they are concerned about the safety of their kid, was it not incumbent on you to do what ever you could to make certain that the child was protected?

Bishop Finnegan: I’d accept that now, but at the time, as I said, they have been going to adhere to it up with the Bishop and they weren’t going to tell me the detail, apparently because they mentioned they had been going to speak to the Bishop privately, so I left it at that.

Justice McClennan: Nicely, at the extremely least to help the youngster, wouldn’t you go to the Bishop and say, ‘Bishop there’s anything you must know, this message has been conveyed to me’?

Bishop Finnigan: I ought to have but I did not due to the fact, as I stated, they had been going to get in touch with the Bishop.

It was then place to Bishop Finnigan that the parents wanted him to place them in contact with Bishop Ronald Mulkearns.

“Oh no, I would not interpret it that way at all,” replied Bishop Finnigan.

Bishop Finnigan told the commission he did not inform Bishop Mulkearns of the 1981 complaint, nor did he organise a meeting among the Bishop and the loved ones.

Bishop Mulkearns knew of formal complaints about Gerald Ridsdale molesting young boys as early as 1976.

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Subjects: royal-commissions, catholic, kid-abuse, sexual-offences, ballarat-3350, brisbane-4000, vic

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New cameras on freeway ‘not about revenue raising’

Posted December 11, 2015 08:47:26

New point-to-point cameras on the South Eastern Freeway in South Australia are getting switched on to save lives, not gather revenue, the state’s Road Security Minister has said.

The new safety cameras will be activated on December 15 over a 13.five-kilometre stretch of highway, amongst Mount Barker Summit and Callington.

The cameras will detect the speed of vehicles travelling in both directions.

Transport Minister Tony Piccolo stated point-to-point cameras have currently helped lessen speeding on the Dukes Highway, Port Wakefield Road, Sturt Highway and Victor Harbor Road.

He mentioned the latest installation has nothing to do with collecting income from speeding drivers.

“I would choose that individuals just got the message and not sped and we did not have to collect the expiation notice,” Mr Piccolo mentioned.

“Simply because regrettably the reality is we commit a lot more cash than we collect in expiation repairing folks back to health as a outcome of car accidents and numerous lose their lives.”

One particular far more point-to-point camera on the Northern Expressway is nevertheless to be activated.

Eight fatalities on freeway more than 5 years

The cameras calculate the typical speed of a automobile in between the cameras, as well as the vehicle’s actual speed at each camera location.

Mr Piccolo stated cracking down on speeding could save lives.

“Fatalities and serious injuries in regional and rural communities continue to be an situation in South Australia,” he stated.

“Speed contributed to 31 per cent of regional and rural fatal crashes between 2010 and 2014.”

He stated data showed that from July 2010 until June 2015 there had been 156 casualty crashes resulting in eight fatalities, 28 serious injuries and 174 minor injuries on the South Eastern Freeway between the Old Toll Gate to Old Princes Highway intersection at Swanport.

Mr Piccolo said statistics also showed that up to 47,000 vehicles use the freeway on a day-to-day basis and about 13,000 cars use this certain stretch of the freeway enforced by the new cameras.

Subjects: states-and-territories, government-and-politics, law-crime-and-justice, mount-barker-5251, callington-5254, sa

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Documents show bureaucrats warned about child protection shortfalls, Greens claim

Posted December 10, 2015 06:25:24

The Tasmanian Greens and the Opposition claim documents show senior bureaucrats were repeatedly warned about higher workload and tension levels in child protection.

The Overall health and Human Solutions department documents released below Right to Info reveal child protection workers issues were noted by the department’s executive leadership group in the months before it was discovered 151 child protection notifications had been ignored in the state’s north-west.

Greens leader Cassy O’Connor said the documents revealed kid protection staff were expressing alarm to senior management about staffing on the north-west coast.

“It’s apparent that north-west youngster protection services repeatedly asked for help and resources in the lead up to the 151 notifications that fell off somebody’s desk,” she said.

“In spite of the minister’s assurance to Parliament that resourcing was not the problem, it clearly was.”

Ms O’Connor stated the minister, Jacqui Petrusma, told parliament in mid-August that frontline protection employees had been quarantined from spending budget savings.

“This is practically meaningless,” she mentioned.

“While frontline workers may have been quarantined, the division they function for was hit by price range cuts and restrictions on employing staff.”

Documents indicate high pressure levels

Minutes of the department’s executive leadership group meetings obtained by the Greens show members were repeatedly warned about understaffing of child protection.

“There is concern about the lack of employees at the out-of-house care,” one document states.

On June 12, 2014 the redacted minutes show “[redacted] is really concerned about the higher anxiety level in the response team”.

At another meeting “all team leaders agree they are experiencing heavy perform loads”.

Minutes from July this year show an increase in the use of the Department’s Safety Reporting and Finding out Program, a tool for reporting patient and employee security concerns, due to tension from higher perform loads.

In the end, this areas kids vulnerable to abuse and neglect at an elevated danger of harm

Tasmanian Greens leader, Cassy O’Connor

Issues had been also raised about inadequate integration of new staff because of high workloads, even though there have been 21 vacancies in youngster protection.

Ms O’Connor said the filling of these positions was extremely slow, saving the agency a considerable sum in unpaid salaries.

“It is alarming that positions in our youngster protection technique are sitting vacant, lengthy past their internal crucial dates and regardless of repeated requests to have them filled,” she mentioned.

“Ultimately, this places children vulnerable to abuse and neglect at an improved risk of harm.”

But Ms Petrusma mentioned the truth that there were vacancies in kid protection positions demonstrated that the issue lay with the program and not resourcing.

“Our commitment to complete occupancy of every position in Kid Protection Solutions has not changed,” she mentioned.

“Consecutive recruitment processes have been occurring for more than 12 months now and are continuing.”

Ms Petrusma said she knew youngster protection workers have been facing hard situations and stated that was why the Government was redesigning the system.

Labor claims growing issues about children’s security

Labor’s Rebecca White stated the documents revealed a frontline hiring freeze in vital child protection roles, and a developing concern that children’s lives were in danger.

“The internal documents contained startling revelations that kid protection worker positions had not been filled for months, a freeze was in truth placed on positions, and memos to the most senior bureaucrats warned that a lack of workers in the specialist field had led to a circumstance which could have a considerable impact on children’s lives,” she stated.

“Mrs Petrusma has stated all along that the kid protection technique was not subject to spending budget cuts, but these documents released right now show that crucial positions have remained vacant for months since they are subject to vacancy manage.”

Topics: neighborhood-and-society, kid-care, youngster-abuse, tas

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Botanic gardens ex-official ‘cranky’ about number of weeds

Posted December 07, 2015 13:42:06

Head for the hills Photo: There are more weeds at Mount Lofty Botanic Garden than in the previous, a former gardens official says. (Audience submitted: Brian Cartwright)
Map: Adelaide 5000

Weeds are taking hold in parts of Adelaide’s botanic gardens as funding dries up, a former Botanic Gardens deputy director Ed McAlister says.

He told 891 ABC Adelaide the South Australian Government cut $ 600,000 when it made the city and Hills gardens’ newest spending budget allocation and ongoing funding declines have been evident to standard gardens’ visitors.

“You’ve only got to walk about Mount Lofty at specific instances and Wittunga at certain instances and there are weeds there that never would have been there 25 to 30 years ago,” he said of the two Botanic Gardens sites in the Adelaide Hills.

“I am cranky with the Government — this has been going on for quite some years.”

Mr McAlister mentioned the quantity of gardeners had declined drastically more than the years.

“When I speak to some of the employees who have been there a extended time, like almost 35 years, they hold on speaking about the good old days,” he said.

“There utilized to be as numerous men and women working in the Adelaide gardens as there are now in the complete organisation.

“I appreciate of course of those last 30 or so years there is been a bit of improvement in the way the irrigation’s been done.”

The staff that are there they do a sterling job with what they’ve got but it’s quite, really tough to maintain up standards.

Ed McAlister

He praised the present gardeners for managing as nicely as they did.

“Going by way of the annual reports and going through the government figures, I estimate there’s about a 20 per cent [spending budget] reduce for the last couple of years,” he said.

“When you have got a budget of $ 5 million to $ 6 million and they preserve taking cuts at that sort of level, it really is just extraordinary.

“The number of employees has been cut drastically. The employees that are there they do a sterling job with what they’ve got but it is really, extremely challenging to preserve up standards.”

Mr McAlister said he thought past botanic gardens boards had been a lot more vocal than more recent ones.

When the government wanted to take [added] land for the zoo there was amazing argument — I do not believe that would take place these days,” he said.

“There might be stuff going on behind the scenes that I’m not aware of, but publicly I’ve not noticed or heard something and I think it’s all a matter of not rocking the boat.”

The workplace of Atmosphere Minister Ian Hunter said in a statement

The Botanic Gardens of South Australia continues to make certain the upkeep of its gardens by way of enhancing efficiency of its operations — like the use of water-smart irrigation and is focussing on protection of our planet-class collections.

Subjects: activism-and-lobbying, states-and-territories, adelaide-5000, sa

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Barr responds to Raiders’ issues about casino poker machines

Posted December 01, 2015 ten:17:08

ACT Chief Minister Andrew Barr has attempted to allay issues that the introduction of poker machines into Canberra Casino could spell the finish for Canberra Raiders clubs.

A multi-million-dollar redevelopment of the casino has been proposed by Aquis Entertainment, but it is contingent on the casino being granted access to the territory’s poker machine trading scheme, which is solely the domain of community clubs.

On Saturday, Raiders manager Simon Hawkins raised issues about the future of the ACT’s 4 Raiders clubs, and urged the Government to reject the offer.

He stated all of the clubs employed poker machines to raise income, but they may well not be in a position to compete with the casino.

“We’ve got some reserves we can preserve going for a although but it surely would put a time limit on how lengthy we’d be capable to help and keep the Raiders for,” he mentioned.

“I cannot place a time limit on it, it may possibly be five years but right after that, I could not say what we’d be able to do.”

These days Mr Barr stressed that the offer was nevertheless getting deemed, and mentioned if the casino did enter the marketplace, the choice of regardless of whether to sell their machines off would lie with each club.

“There are a variety of counter arguments that require to be put, and the Government will want to assess the net financial impacts of the casino,” he mentioned.

“The casino would only acquire machines if clubs sold them to them, so clubs themselves would be in manage of that choice.

“Judging from what the Raiders have mentioned they possibly wouldn’t be, they would want to hang on to their machines.”

Mr Barr also rebuffed recommendations that any modify would lead to clubs getting unable to contribute to the community.

“There is a legal minimum requirement for community contributions for any person holding a poker machine licence,” he said.

“The debate right here would be in between that minimum floor of community contribution and what might be presently getting created above that.

“I couldn’t envisage an arrangement with the casino that didn’t have, if not the exact same, then possibly even a lot more significant community contributions.

“At the quite least it would have to be a level playing field.”

Topics: gambling, community-and-society, clubs-and-associations, canberra-2600, act, australia

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‘We had about one minute to grab things’: SA bushfire victims assess losses

By Candice Marcus and Nicola Gage

Posted November 26, 2015 16:20:21

Trudy Ireland says her Hamley Bridge property is destroyed but she is grateful her household is alive right after a bushfire ripped through the area north of Adelaide.

Some folks are spending the day after the Pinery blaze erupted generating the emotional journey house to assess the damage to their properties.

Ms Ireland stated her concentrate was on local children at the height of the fire emergency on Wednesday afternoon.

“I’m a school teacher so we produced certain the little ones were safe and then we came back to get some photographs and my tough drive for my personal computer,” she mentioned.

“By the time I got right here the sky was pitch black.

“We had about one particular minute to grab factors, but the most critical thing is we’re protected.”

Ms Ireland’s stepson lost his residence subsequent door.

“We’re all safe so that’s the primary factor,” she said.

Hamley Bridge couple Glenda and Ken Wesson said it was terrifying to be trapped by the flames.

“As quickly as we came out there was a massive flame coming up the back of the fence,” Mr Wesson mentioned.

“We went to the front door and there had been nevertheless flames out in the front garden there so we couldn’t get out or go anyplace.

“The hay stacks were on fire so we got out with a hose and tried to hose these down as best we could.”

Mr Wesson said it was impossible to get out of the region at the height of the emergency.

Glenda Wesson with her pet bird Photo: Glenda Wesson is pleased her pets survived. (ABC News: Candice Marcus)

“We tried to drive but we couldn’t get out on the roads so we went down into Hamley and sat in the auto park in the car,” he said.

“Once the flames have gone, it is black.

“You just can not see something, you don’t know exactly where to go or what to do since you cannot see where you’re going.”

The Wessons lost some of their garden but their residence is still standing and their pets survived.

“It went across the back of us and it went all along the paddock at the side and it just burnt the rose trees on the side fence,” Ms Wesson mentioned.

Gawler meeting for fire-impacted residents

At Gawler, about one hundred individuals gathered at the community centre on Thursday afternoon to go over the fire emergency and its impact on towns to the north of Adelaide.

Kathy Marriner from Wasleys was at the meeting and said she had not but been in a position to go residence to locate out if her house was still standing.

“We’re hoping to go back now and see what’s occurred — if we’ve got a residence and what is happened to the town, and be with the folks,” she stated.

“If we’re lucky adequate to nonetheless have a property, [we want to] assist the individuals who are struggling.”

It was fairly effortless to leave at the time due to the fact we could see the flames coming, so we just took off.

Steve Marriner

Ms Marriner’s husband, Steve, said they made the correct decision when they opted to get out of the fire zone on Wednesday.

“It was fairly simple to leave at the time due to the fact we could see the flames coming, so we just took off,” he stated.

People at the Gawler meeting were told $ 700 emergency grants would be available to assist people who had lost their homes.

Some roads were now becoming reopened, the meeting heard, so folks could return house.

But fire authorities created clear the blaze could nonetheless pose problems in the region.

Tom Laintoll from Wasleys said the past day had been very difficult.

“My wife is on oxygen and we don’t have any power at Wasleys, so we’ve come back to Gawler centre once more these days to just recharge almost everything and go back later on,” he stated.

Subjects: bushfire, fires, disasters-and-accidents, human-interest, sa, wasleys-5400, hamley-bridge-5401, gawler-5118, adelaide-5000

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Windows 10 November Update mysteriously pulled, as concerns about bugs grow

Downloadable versions of Windows 10 version 1511, the November 2015 update, seem to have been removed after their release earlier this month.

Initially, Microsoft let people download full copies of the installer utilizing the Media Creation Tool (MCT). Media made with the MCT can be utilised to execute each upgrades and clean installations, and it really is specially practical when updating numerous systems, as it ensures that only a single download is essential. But the version 1511 MCT has been removed, and replaced with the original July version. Systems can nonetheless be upgraded to the November update, but direct installation is no longer possible. As an alternative, the original RTM version need to be installed, and the upgrade to 1511 performed via Windows Update.

This is each inconvenient and mysterious. The ability to set up 1511 on clean systems is certainly quicker than going through the RTM version. It signifies a single big download alternatively of two. Upgrading numerous systems with the MCT is also clearly preferable. It’s mysterious because it is not actually clear why the 1511 installer has been pulled. Microsoft’s official comment explains absolutely nothing:

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Landslide in Myanmar kills about 100; many others missing

By ESTHER HTUSAN, Associated Press

YANGON, Myanmar (AP) — A landslide near a jade mine in northern Myanmar killed about one hundred folks, most of them villagers digging for green stones in a mountain of displaced earth, a witness and a neighborhood leader stated Sunday. Numerous other people have been missing.

The collapse occurred Saturday evening in the Kachin state community of Hpakant, said Brang Seng, a jade businessman, who watched as bodies have been pulled from the debris and taken to a hospital morgue.

“Individuals have been crying,” he stated, adding that some lost loved ones when boulders and earth ripped down the slopes. “I’m hearing that a lot more than 100 people died. In some cases, entire families had been lost.”

Lamai Gum Ja, a neighborhood leader, stated houses at the base of the mine dump had been flattened.

An estimated one hundred to 200 folks were still missing, he stated. Search and rescue teams wearing vibrant orange uniforms combed by means of the rubble Sunday for survivors.

Kachin, around 950 kilometers (600 miles) northeast of Yangon, Myanmar’s largest city, is home to some of the world’s highest-quality jade.

It generated an estimated $ 31 billion last year alone, most of the wealth going to individuals and businesses tied to Myanmar’s former military rulers, according to Worldwide Witness, a group that investigates misuse of resource revenues.

The jade industry’s epicenter, Hpakant, remains desperately poor, with bumpy dirt roads, continuous electrical energy blackouts and sky-high heroin addiction prices.

Soon after Myanmar’s former military rulers handed more than energy to a nominally civilian government five years ago, resulting in the lifting of numerous Western sanctions, the currently speedy pace of mining turned frenetic. No scrap of ground, no part of daily life in Hpakant is left untouched by the fleets of giant yellow trucks and backhoes that have sliced apart mountains and denuded as soon as-plush landscape.

In the last year, dozens of tiny-scale miners have been maimed or lost their lives picking through tailing dumps.

“Massive businesses, a lot of of them owned by households of former generals, army firms, cronies and drug lords, are making tens or hundreds of millions of dollars a year via their plunder of Hpakant,” mentioned Mike Davis of International Witness.

“Their legacy to local individuals is a dystopian wasteland in which scores of men and women at a time are buried alive in landslides,” he stated.

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