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The anti-minority violence must not be allowed to spiral out of control It remains to be seen what stern action will be taken by Sri Lanka against “the racist and violent acts” as promised by Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe He tweeted: As a nation that endured a brutal war we are all aware of the values of peace respect unity & freedom The Govt condemns the racist & violent acts that have taken place over the last few days A state of emergency has been declared & we will not hesitate to take further action — Ranil Wickremesinghe (@RW_UNP) March 6 2018 However these comforting words must not remain mere political rhetoric Failure to take action against radical Buddhist groups will only serve to embolden them further while exacerbating the sense of fear insecurity and victimhood among the minority communities: a fertile ground for insurgency Therefore it is the responsibility of the Sirisena government to deploy professionally-trained peace keepers in all communally sensitive districts in order to control further attacks against Muslims while also ensuring that district administration including law enforcement agencies maintain peace without any religious discrimination and bias It may be mentioned that Sri Lanka’s many religious sites are places where different religions meet and interact,m. the day after the election So from all indications the election was a success” he said Idowu said because no human endeavour was perfect the commission would continue to fine-tune its operations to improve on the organisation of elections “INEC is not saying that the Osun election is the highest we can attain; we are still going higher and we believe God that we will do better by 2015 “We had our deployment plan and contingency plan but every election has its complication What INEC normally does is to deploy based on its plan and we also had contingency plan because you cannot predict the turnout of the people “You will notice that immediately we observed that there were challenges in some areas the contingency plan was deployed to make up for those places “That is part of our operational plan and at the end of the day I don’t think there was any place people were unable to vote due to inadequate ad-hoc staff” he said Asked if Peoples Democratic Party (PDP) had rejected the election result Idowu said the commission was not aware of such development and added: “We are more concerned about the election procedures” He commended all the stakeholders in the election especially the members of the National Youth Service Corps security agencies observers and political parties “They have all done extremely well and we hope to build on that” Idowu added It’s Trump vs Jimmy Buffett as Florida enters campaign push WEST PALM BEACH Fla (AP) — President Donald Trump and Margaritaville king Jimmy Buffett faced off as the Florida Senate and gubernatorial races hit the final weekend of campaigning 8 Trump’s sprint: In Montana a shout-out for barbed wire Six days eight states 11 rallies Scenes from the road as President Donald Trump sprints to Election Day (all times local): 57 Trump Democrats vying for support in final midterm push WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump and Democrats are delivering competing closing arguments during the final weekend before Tuesday’s elections but their messages are complicated by a deadly shooting in a politically pivotal state Associated Press Trump doesn’t hide that Tester is reason for Montana stop BELGRADE Mont (AP) — President Donald Trump didn’t try to hide what brought him back to Montana on Saturday campaigning against Democratic Sen Jon Tester Bloomberg Trump-Xi Trade Deal Is Likely to Begin Rather Than End at G-20 “We’ll make a deal with China and I think it will be a very fair deal for everybody” Trump told reporters on Friday after asking aides the day before to begin drafting ideas for an agreement to take to his planned meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping at the Group of 20 summit in Argentina Nov 30 to Dec 1 “If there’s goodwill and agreement at least personal agreement between the two presidents of the two biggest economies we’ll move forward after it and try to work with the Chinese on details” Larry Kudlow the head of Trump’s National Economic Council told a conference in Chicago Associated Press The Latest: Trump denies he’s focusing too much on problems BELGRADE Mont (AP) — The Latest on President Donald Trump (all times local): AFP Israel’s Netanyahu hails Trump for Iran sanctions Israeli Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu on Saturday hailed US leader Donald Trump for reimposing sanctions against mutual foe Iran ahead of a fresh round of penalties set to kick in Monday "Thank you President Trump for this historic move The sanctions are indeed coming" Netanyahu said in a statement released by his office The Independent Trump faces a big test in the midterms and it has brought all his worst traits to the fore For Donald Trump his path to the White House in 2016 was simple promise action on immigration the economy and repealing his predecessors flagship healthcare policy Obamacare The playbook for the midterms – despite the White House not being at stake – is the same Mr Trump knows what the type of promises and rhetoric that he believes will bring his supporters to the polls and he has been hitting it hard over the last few weeks Reuters Trump touts economy nationalist policies ahead of US elections Control of both houses of the US Congress currently dominated by Republicans and 36 governors’ offices will be at stake when Americans vote in Tuesday’s elections Opinion polls and nonpartisan forecasters generally show Democrats with a strong chance of taking the 23 additional seats they would need for a majority in the House of Representatives which they could use to launch investigations into Trump’s administration and block his legislative agenda Republicans are favored to retain control of the Senate whose powers include confirming Trump’s nominations to lifetime seats on the Supreme Court AFP Will Trump’s America wake up Latino vote in midterms Drug dealers sexual predators "poisonous snakes" blamed for all the ills plaguing US society: President Donald Trump has cast Latino immigrants as public enemy numero uno in his rallies and tweets in the run-up to November 6 According to experts Trump’s repeated insults and bullying haven’t had the effect of pushing Latinos toward the Democrat party — rather they have driven them from voting at all Associated Press Romney hits Utah campaign trail differs from Trump on media SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Former GOP presidential nominee Mitt Romney is stumping for fellow Republican candidates as he sails toward a likely victory Tuesday in the race for a US Senate seat from Utah and a return to public office Associated Press AP FACT CHECK: Trump spreads distortions on immigration WASHINGTON (AP) — President Donald Trump spread distorted theories and numbers on immigration in the campaign’s final days while claiming economic gains for minorities that have not been achieved Reuters Erdogan says Turkey discussing Halkbank with US after Trump call President Tayyip Erdogan said on Saturday he and President Donald Trump had discussed Turkey’s Halkbank which faces potential US fines after an executive was convicted of taking part in a scheme to help Iran evade US sanctions Erdogan gave few details but his comments come amid indications that Washington and Ankara are trying to mend relations which plunged into crisis this year and he welcomed what he said was the start of negotiations over the bank Turkey’s state-owned Halkbank has been one of the main points of disagreement between the two NATO allies who are also at odds over policy in Syria and Turkey’s purchase of a Russian missile defense system The Independent US troops dispatched by Trump install razor wire on Mexico border in ‘political stunt’ days ahead of midterm elections US troops dispatched by Donald Trump to the US-Mexico border have started erecting fences and laying out razor wire a purported defence against Central American migrants but which have been dismissed as a “political stunt” on the eve of midterm elections Images from the US border town of Hidalgo Texas located on the banks of the Rio Grande show armed soldiers normally based at Fort Riley Kansas erecting fences and laying rolls of wire close to the site of the McAllen-Hidalgo International Bridge The troops – the first of an anticipated 7000-strong deployment – were from the 97th Military Police Battalion according to a Getty photographer Mashable Idaho school hit with backlash over offensive Trump-inspired costumes Proving that even Halloween isn’t immune from the political division our country is currently embroiled in an Idaho school district has issued an apology after it faced stiff backlash to pictures of staffers in pro-Trump anti-Immigrant costumes for the holiday In one photo several staffers are lined up forming a brick wall with Trump’s famous "Make America Great Again" phrase displayed a reference to Trump’s long-promised border wall Another photo featured several staffers dressed in sombreros ponchos and fake exaggerated mustaches a racist stereotype of Mexicans  A group of faculty at a Middleton Idaho school are under fire after dressing up together as a border wall with the sign “Make America Great Again” attached Other faculty dressed up in stereotypical Mexican clothing pictwittercom/gZwGBkGdKA — Joe Parris (@KTVBJoe) November 2 2018 The photos were originally posted to the school district’s Facebook page according to the New York Times and were later deleted But not before they began making the rounds all across social media sparking debate and outrage  So there are 13 individual people presumably all Middleton School District employees in these photos And none of them thought this might be a bad idea pictwittercom/eilNXWA7QM — Melissa Davlin (@davlinnews) November 2 2018 Middleton County Idaho is roughly 90% white with a 10% Latino minority making up the overwhelming majority of its nonwhite populationLet’s be clear: This isn’t like "A cowboy costume is offensive to Indigenous student – it’s like dressing as the sprite from Custer’s Revenge" https://tco/Rj2ngqFI7O — Bob Chipman #RehireJamesGunn (@the_moviebob) November 3 2018 Another day another racist costume This is from Middletown School District in Idaho Please call (208) 585-3027 to say1) racism is unacceptable2) they are creating and promoting a hostile learning environment to children3) what is their plan to make it right pictwittercom/DqUwvP3ROL — unholy heidi (@heidiheilig) November 2 2018 On Saturday Middleton School District Superintendent Josh Middleton announced that the staff members identified in the photos have been placed on administrative leave Supt Middleton had also previously offered an apology on the district’s Facebook page but that video is no longer available as the district’s entire page has been deleted  The Idaho Statesman though grabbed a capture of the video In the video Middleton says “Do I think there was a malicious intent in this poor decision No I don’t” he said “Was there a poor judgment involved"  He later adds "We are better than this We embrace all students We have a responsibility to teach and reach all students — period” SEE ALSO: Travellers will be questioned by AI lie detectors at the EU border While the costumes would be troubling under any circumstances the kerfuffle comes at a particularly incendiary time as ahead of the midterm elections President Trump has suggested trying to use an executive order to overrule protection of birthright citizenships as protected by the 14th Amendment and has ratcheted up anti-immigration fear-mongering over a caravan of migrants heading for the US border The controversy also follows a blow-up around Megyn Kelly’s complete ineptness when it comes to the racist overtones of white people wearing blackface as part of a costume proving that even as America creeps toward progress some people seem hell-bent on staying rooted firmly in our country’s racist past  WATCH: Your nightmares are real: This interactive Halloween exhibit explores the dark subconscious Discover more related topicsm. which is under review by regulators in Canada, review of the project to better align the timing with TransCanada’s proposed Energy East Pipeline System, you just (don’t) allow him to go like that. the Legislature agreed to have the school enroll 46 more students and add 17 more residencies each year under an initiative called Grow Our Own Doctors. but he’s also kind and fair and caring. 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