Just weeks after taking office in Italy coalition government, the League a party vowing to put first has forced other EU nations to grapple with the issue of sea arrivals, which have placed a disproportionate burden on Mediterranean countries in dealing with those seeking a new life in Europe. Things came to a head when League leader Matteo Salvini, Italy interior minister and deputy prime minister, closed Italian ports to private ships picking up migrants sailing from North Africa in flimsy boats, saying those volunteer rescuers act as de facto services for human smuggling networks. As a result, two rescue vessels have had to carry rescued migrants on a much longer journey to Spain, and another spent days in limbo off Malta until European countries agreed to share the responsibility for the more than 200 people on board..
In the beer wasteland that is South Florida, Ray Rigazio owns an oasis: the Abbey Brewing Company. Since taking the helm in 1995, he has worked hard to make this microbrewery nothing like a typical South Beach bar. He rid the door of snobbery and, more important, the refrigerators of quotidian beers.
Prof. Amy Poppinga recently published an article with Interfaith Youth Core It starts with her taking Bethel students to a local mosque to observe worship and then share a meal. While the evening provoked some difficult conversation about theological differences, she found that the awkwardness actually led to considerable learning among her students:.
The Sun, which comprises nearly all the matter in the Solar System, is composed of roughly 98% hydrogen and helium. The terrestrial planets of the Inner Solar System are composed primarily of silicate rock, iron and nickel. Beyond the Asteroid Belt, planets are composed mainly of gases (such as hydrogen, helium) and ices like water, methane, ammonia, hydrogen sulfide and carbon dioxide..
The ground floor Cafe Adriatic and Brasserie Adriatic are decorated in charcoal grey, with green velvet armchairs, big photos of trees from the nearby Zlatni Rt park, and an installation of in flight owls suspended from the ceiling. There’s a delicious choice of set menus at breakfast (served until noon) the Adriatic 1913 includes Istrian sausages, smoked bacon, asparagus omelette, sun dried tomatoes, warm baguettes, and tea or coffee. Later in the day, the brasserie serves sophisticated, creative Mediterranean cuisine prepared from fresh local seasonal ingredients try the divine tuna tartar followed by velvety bouillabaisse with shrimps and baby scallops.