Wednesday, 29 May 2013
Sunday, 26 May 2013
The government plans to introduce a new lay which will mean to introduce school on Saturday. In my view, this would have some negative consequences.
In the first place, In my opinion this would have positive for our education consequences but it won't be a good idea for teenagers. It probably improve our lever in all the country.
I think that this is unfair because on Saturday, teachers should work and the state will pay you more. And now, this is not good knowing we are in crisis. Ther is an alternative method to achieve the government's aims that approved a new law.
Finally, the alternative methods about the plans to introduce school on saturday are with internet or like always, going to the school. The results shoudn't be agreed for guys.
If the aim of the government is to lower the number of people who leaves the studies, it seems to me that there’s a better alternative: if they remove bad results, education in this country would be safer.
Monday, 6 May 2013
The pair allegedly ignored orders to hold their climb and triggered an icefall which hit the Sherpas laying fixed ropes. The climbers deny this.
Mr Steck told the BBC that their three-man team - which included Briton Jonathan Griffith - was nearing Camp Three on Saturday, when the "conflict" broke out.
He said they had been keeping a respectful distance so as not to disturb the work of the Sherpas laying ropes.
The climbers continued to Camp Three but later descended to Camp Two to "finish the discussion" and were met by more than 100 angry Sherpas, who began to beat them and throw rocks, Mr Steck said.
He said the Sherpas threatened to kill the climbers if they did not leave the camp.
One of the Sherpas threw a pocket knife at Mr Moro but "luckily [it] just hit the belt of his backpack", Mr Steck said, adding that they escaped with no serious injuries.
Mr Steck said the conflict was the symptom of a long-term problem of "cultures", but did not elaborate.
"The climbers believe that the lead Sherpa felt that his pride had been damaged as the climbers were moving unroped and much faster," the statement added.
Why is it relevant to you? Yes, I don't really know the thruth but I think that that happened because the climbers wanted to climb up with no Sherpas.
How is this connected with other news that have an impact on our world ? It isn't connected with any other new because it hasn't happened anything similar before.
A member of the audience at Justin Bieber's stage show in Dubai tackled the singer from behind while he was performing at a grand piano.
The singer later retweeted descriptions of the "mayhem".
He later tweeted: "Dubai. Nothing stops the show. 2 more to go."
Footage on YouTube shows Bieber carried on performing while security guards removed the fan and picked up the piano.
He is in the middle of a world tour called Believe which began last September and includes about 100 dates.
Why is it relevant to you? I think that the fans shouldn't go to the stage, because he was singing for them and also everyone knows that if you go up to the stage the security will quickly take you out of there.
How is this connected with other news that have an impact on our world? We all kno that teenagers do that crazy stuff for see them idols, it's not the first time that that happened, but we haven't hear for a long while of anything similar in any Justin Bieber concert.
Why is it relevant to you? This new is relevant for me because it was all about a wedding but couldn't start because that bad new happened.
How is this connected with other news that have an impact on our world? Car accidents are not unusal in every single each country, and a lot of them have a bad ending with deaths or injures.