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Before hearing the dispute between Florida and Georgia on Monday, But Americans now want their oysters raw, which he also deducted the six and half years to just 4 and half years due to years he already spent in detention. it then means that he would spend about four and half years in prison in the UK. A break down shows that Ibori was sentenced to one year each for money laundering offences and three years for the sale of V-mobile shares Judge Pitts highlighted these points amongst others while passing his judgment; “I am going to pass a sentence for the crime you have committed On any view these are serious offences that will inevitably attract lengthy sentences “I am not assessing your tenure as governor of Delta (Delta State) I accept that there is another side of you that is good as painted by John Fashanu “During those two terms (as governor) you turned yourself in very short order indeed into a multi-millionaire through corruption” “The figure may be in excess of 200 million pounds it is difficult to tell The confiscation proceedings may shed some further light on the enormity of the sums involved” Aaron Joseph Heuer of Isle pleaded guilty in Otter Tail County District Court to a count of second-degree criminal sexual conduct and four counts of first-degree criminal sexual conduct As part of the plea deal Heuer will also plead guilty to a count of first-degree criminal sexual conduct in Mille Lacs CountyThe 33-year sentence in the plea deal is only a recommendation to the judge Heuer is set to be sentenced May 8 in Otter Tail County District CourtThrough his plea Heuer admitted that he inappropriately touched four boys ages 8 to 10 and taught them to have sexual contact with him last June while he was a volunteer fishing guide at Lutheran Island Camp in Henning Similar incidents allegedly took place with two of the victims during a separate fishing trip that month in Aitkin County that was not connected to the camp according to a criminal complaintInvestigators believe Heuer knew all the boys before he had sexual contact with them authorities saidA senior minister’s suggestion that the Australian government may consider tying science funding for universities to the number of patents they generate is drawing a sharp reaction from the nation’s academic research community and some opposition politicians “I think tying grants to patents is simply the wrong way to go” Les Field the secretary for science policy at the Australian Academy of Science and a deputy vice chancellor at the University of New South Wales in Sydney told reporter David Mark of “The World Today” a radio program produced by the Australian Broadcasting Corporation (ABC) Field was reacting to a speech given on 6 August by Ian Macfarlane a former peanut farmer who last fall was named minister for industry by the conservative government of Prime Minister Tony Abbott (The new government has drawn fierce criticism from some researchers as a result of budget cuts and other decisions) According to an ABC transcript during the presentation at the Queensland Media Club in Brisbane Macfarlane said: “I am freelancing a bit here but I’m just painting a picture We may think about realigning block grants to commercial outcomes and rewarding them to universities not on the basis of how many papers they’ve had published but actually on the basis of how many patents they’ve had registered Look this is not rocket science I hate to tell you but just about every other country in the world is doing it We need to do it here in Australia so watch this space” Macfarlane also said that government grants are now linked to a researcher’s productivity in publishing technical papers “which are great if you’re into producing papers but I’m into producing jobs and I’m into producing products that are commercialised from the IP [intellectual property] that that scientist or researcher may have developed So I think that we need to ensure that commercialisation of IP and the registration of patents is part of the process of giving taxpayers’ money to researchers generally not just universities” Macfarlane was referring to Australia’s system of distributing about AU$17 million annually to universities in the form of so-called block grants which are linked to a variety of metrics including publications rates and research funding Political opponents and researchers however quickly decried the idea of putting more emphasis on patents saying it could shift funding away from basic research particularly in areas with no obvious short-term potential for commercialization “In Macfarlane’s world whole branches of discovery would never have been funded” wrote Kim Carr a member of the Labor Party and the opposition’s shadow minister for higher education research innovation and industry today in The Guardian “And as for the suggestion that this is what ‘every other country in the world is doing’ this is simply not the case” The minister he added had “waded into waters where he was completely out of his depth” with “very little idea of the implications of what he was proposing” A focus on patents could create “perverse incentives” Aidan Byrne chief of the Australian Research Council told Andrew Trounson of The Australian newspaper “I have emphasised many times it is important that one indicator such as patents is not considered in isolation to other indicators” On "The World Today" Field struck a similar tone “One really has to recognise quality research and research excellence” he said according to a transcript “[T]here may well be a commercial outcome to this and you need to facilitate that or make it as easy as possible but some of the best developments in fact probably will come from the research which at the moment is what I call ‘blue sky’ It’s looking into the unknown trying to tackle problems that perhaps we haven’t even identified yet” Although Macfarlane has generated attention with his remarks several commentators note that his ministry would have a limited role in developing or implementing any change in university research funding policy which is primarily the responsibility of the Australia’s education ministryNaypyidaw: Myanmar should bring to justice the perpetrators of the Rohingya crisis that led to the exodus of hundreds of thousands of members of the Muslim minority community to Bangladesh since August 2017 a top UN envoy said Representational image of Rohingya refugees Reuters In a statement late Thursday Christine Schraner Burgener the UN Special Envoy for Myanmar insisted accountability would lead to genuine reconciliation in Rakhine state which has been home to the Rohingya for centuries reports Efe news More than 700000 Rohingya have fled across the border following an offensive launched by the Myanmar army on 25 August 2017 in the Rakhine region after Rohingya rebels had carried out a series of attacks on government posts Burgener met Myanmar leader Aung San Suu Kyi army head Min Aung Hlaing and other government representatives during the visit which began Tuesday and ended on Thursday He also urged Myanmar for a credible investigation into the crisis and offered the collaboration of UN workers to assist local authorities Burgener would also be travelling to Rohingya refugee camps in Bangladesh for 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