Booking.com has terminated its cooperation with an apartment renter from Zadar who refused to rent an apartment to a homosexual from Brazil.Naime, Brazilski liječnik Fabiano Vallim rezervirao je apartman, a onda primio poruku iznajmljivača da je odbijen jer ne primaju homoseksualce. Vallim je na Twitteru objavio presliku poruke i poručio da je šokiran te podigao lavinu negativnih komentara na račun iznajmljivača iz Zadra, piše Zadarski.hrThe owner’s son told Zadarski.hr that he “had negative experiences with homosexuals from Slovenia, who had orgies in the hotel and left a big mess, after which they decided not to accept homosexuals anymore”. He did not answer the question of whether he would have continued to receive heterosexuals if they had orgies and left a mess.Photo: Twitter”We are sorry to hear that renters discriminate against their guests for any reason. At Booking.com we do not tolerate any form of discrimination and if we learn that there is an owner of an accommodation unit on our site who is involved in discriminatory behavior we terminate our cooperation with that landlord and remove his accommodation unit from our site. Due to the procedure of the landlord, we have terminated our cooperation with it and we are working to help our guest find alternative accommodation.” reagirao je Booking.com kako prenosi Zadarski.hrPhoto / Source: Zadarski.hr
A 1,068 TEU containership, owned by Maersk Line, has been detained in Tunisia in relation to claims on Maersk Honam fire, the Danish shipping major informed.“We can confirm that on September 10, 2018 the vessel Alexander Maersk was detained in the Port of Sfax, Tunisia,” a spokesperson from Maersk said.The spokesperson added that the detention is related “to different claims cases which we are looking into and have informed our insurance company about. We cooperate with all relevant authorities to resolve the matter as quickly as possible”The Danish flagged container vessel Alexander Maersk, deployed on a SeagoLine-service in the Eastern Mediterranean, arrived in Tunisia on September 8 and was subsequently arrested in relation to claims on losses shippers suffered in the Maersk Honam fire.The ultra large boxship was hit by a serious fire on March 6, while it was sailing around 900 nautical miles southeast of Salalah, Oman. The fire claimed the lives of a total of five crew members.Maersk Honam, which was carrying 7,860 containers at the time of the incident, spent over two months at sea before berthing at Jebel Ali port on May 27.At the time, Maersk Line said that “containers which have been declared sound and for which all General Average and Salvage securities have been submitted” were released and loaded on other vessels for transport to their final destination.The company added that the condition of the vessel was to be further evaluated, confirming Maersk Line’s earlier announced plans to repair the fire-stricken Maersk Honam.World Maritime News Staff
Didier Houssin (right), Chair of the Emergency Committee, speaks next to Director-General of the World Health Organization Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus during a news conference after a meeting of the Emergency Committee on the novel coronavirus (2019-nCoV) in Geneva, Switzerland on Jan. 30. REUTERS/DENIS BALIBOUSE GENEVA – TheWorld Health Organization (WHO) declared on Thursday the coronavirus epidemicin China now constitutes a public health emergency of international concern. “Our greatestconcern is the potential for the virus to spread to countries with weakerhealth systems,” Tedros said. Tedros AdhanomGhebreyesus, WHO director-general, announced the decision after a meeting ofits Emergency Committee, an independent panel of experts, amid mountingevidence of the virus spreading to around 18 countries. The WHO panel,chaired by Didier Houssin of France, is composed of 16 independent experts.(Reuters)
“So I think Arsene would probably be happy with that in relation to everything else! “There wouldn’t be too many managers that could lay claim to the kind of record that Mourinho has against Wenger. “Like any record that you have, when Arsenal went unbeaten for the whole season, you start to feel like you’re invincible, and you’re never going to concede a goal or lose a game. “And Jose will start to feel that way, and I’m sure such is his ego that he’ll feel that way about his team. “But he prepares his team not to fail against Arsenal. “And he’ll be doing that this weekend. “He’s very proud of that record, it’s an outstanding record. “Whether it’s a hang-up for Wenger I don’t think so, I think it’s more of a case of beating Chelsea.” Keown won nine major trophies with Arsenal between 1993 and 2004, and now believes the Gunners will be in the running to claim this term’s Premier League crown. Theo Walcott signed a new four-year deal on Friday, with Santi Cazorla also completing a long-term extension, leaving Keown expecting both men to make a big impact this season. “I think they’re in with a chance of winning the league,” said Keown, speaking at the McDonald’s and Football Association Community Football Day. “If you go into a new season it’s on your radar, it’s one of the goals you set yourself but nobody, not any of the groups are completely convinced they’re going to win it, no one knows. “But it’s important to have the belief you can do it. “But I genuinely sense now among the players and the fans at the Emirates, that there’s a sense of expectation and a feeling that Arsenal are getting ever closer and better equipped. “Theo’s been at the club now for 10 years and we’re finally starting to see the full range of his talent. “But I still feel that the best is yet to come from him. “Whether that’s down the middle, centrally we’ll have to wait and see. “By the end of last season he looked as if he was back to his best. “And I think it’s important to get these players under contract. “There’s always talk about new signings, but it’s vital to get these guys on new contracts. “I thought Santi was a revelation in central midfield towards the end of last season, and again he’s a player that Wenger rates extremely highly.” :: Martin Keown was speaking at the McDonald’s and FA Community Football Day, championing accredited clubs across England and encouraging youngsters to share their best goal celebrations through #CelebrateBetter. Visit www.mcdonalds.co.uk/CelebrateBetter for more information. Press Association Mourinho raised the stakes again by claiming by now he would have solved the problems dogging Wenger in his winless run against the Portuguese were their roles reversed. Keown believes the latest jibes will be water off a duck’s back to Wenger, paling into insignificance alongside previous criticisms where Mourinho branded the French manager a “voyeur” and a “specialist in failure”. “I think that’s just Mourinho being mischievous,” Keown told Press Association sport, of Mourinho hinting Arsenal were trying to spend their way to success. “At the end of the day if Abramovich hadn’t arrived at Chelsea they were in serious jeopardy of going bankrupt never mind achieving what they have. “So they’ve bought themselves out of trouble, and where they are now is down to the financial reservoir that they have. “So to accuse Arsenal of the same thing, buying their way to the top, is a bit of an ironic comment from Mourinho. “I think he’s just being mischievous there. “He has had a go at Wenger on more than one occasion, so this is quite light compared to some of the comments he’s made about him. Former Arsenal defender Keown believes Mourinho knows full well Chelsea are in little position to accuse rivals of buying their way to the Premier League title given the Blues’ history of big-spending under owner Roman Abramovic. Wenger has not beaten Mourinho in 13 meetings between the two managers, who will lock horns once more in Sunday’s Community Shield. Arsenal boss Arsene Wenger can easily brush off Chelsea manager Jose Mourinho’s pre-season taunts, according to Martin Keown.
Bettingexpert crowns TheTrollmanSha World Tipster Champion July 2, 2020 Better Collective cautious on quick recovery as COVID drags growth momentum August 25, 2020 As the hugely successful and deeply engaging SBC Digital Summit drew to a close, Jesper Sogaard, CEO & Co-founder of Better Collective, sat down with SBC Managing Director Andrew McCarron to discuss what the future landscape looks like for affiliates. He emphasised that when it comes to gaining the trust of the public, establishing and abiding by a regulatory climate is increasingly important. He stated: “We all know responsible gambling is really high on the agenda right now in all societies. There has been a trend, especially in Europe, that within the igaming world we’ve been aggressive in how we have been marketing our products, there’s fierce competition so it’s natural. “But, societies are fed up with the amount of advertising, which will pose a threat to our overall industry and that brings me back to responsible gambling, because ultimately it is what we as an industry need to make sure we have under control.” Sogaard also revealed how Better Collective has sought to navigate through the COVID-19 crisis, revealing that it has taken a universal approach as a company. He said: “We were fairly quick to make the decision that we wanted everyone to work from home, obviously listening to the guidelines in each country, which have been very different. We have a setup across our network where it was fairly easy to execute.“I’m quite impressed by how well it has gone, people are coping extremely well, as most people have experienced you can accomplish a lot by virtual conferencing.” Operationally, he went on to detail that the lack of sports is what has had the biggest impact on their business, detailing that they have placed a heightened focus on esports and have benefited from timely acquisitions of businesses in the sector. Sogaard affirmed his belief that punters that have moved over to esports in the absence of live sport will remain engaged in the sport even after the resumption of mainstream sports. Share Submit Better Collective Spotlight: How Betarades.gr is driving engagement through YouTube July 30, 2020 StumbleUpon Related Articles Share