Categories
PEACE & TRUTH

Thought @storyville

Todays ‘ Thought For Today ‘ is Kindness & Love to All Mankind in Peace & Truth this is How the story goes today ……

Have you ever had a ‘ Thought ‘ You know came from God and not from You thinking – Well, when God entered My Heart & Life on Earth, that is what happened in Me – Now l say In Me as this was no longer like normal ‘ Thought People Call Thinking ‘ this was indeed from My Heart and l could feel the Word in Me …...

Now, this Grew after that first word ‘ Love ‘ well, God said, let there be light, and there was light, and the term came into all humanity, and it was so on Earth as written in Heaven, and God gave it with Love as In the Love of God, and it was so ……...

Now that since and over many many years has gone from that word ‘ Love ‘ to grow so l can write today after l 🙏🙏 daily by simply asking God not for Me but for someone else close to Me in Need of ‘ Help & Guidance ‘ who like Me was ‘ Poor In Heart ‘ and it has been so …..

Now this day and every day after it will be in You and grow like it did in Me and ‘ Thought Will Be Your Guide & Knowing Be Your Light To Guide The Way To The Tree Of Life ‘ and l say this today and everyday will become ‘ Life Everlasting In Kindness & Love Always In Peace & Truth ‘ forever and evermore …….

AMEN

Categories
Ace Daily News

THAI COURT REPORT: Trial resumes for suspects in 2015 Bangkok shrine bombing

This is our daily post that is shared across Twitter & Telegram and published first on here with Kindness & Love XX on peace-truth.com/

#AceNewsRoom With ‘Kindness & Wisdom’ Nov.22, 2022 @acenewsservices

Ace News Room Cutting Floor 22/11/2022

Follow Our Breaking & Daily News Here As It Happens:

#AceNewsDesk – BANGKOK (AP) — A Thai court on Tuesday resumed the long-delayed trial of two members of China’s Muslim Uyghur minority accused of carrying out a 2015 bombing at a Bangkok landmark that killed 20 people.

Another 120 people were injured in the Aug. 17, 2015, bombing of the Erawan shrine, which is popular among Chinese and other tourists.

BBC NEWS REPORT:

Thai authorities have said the bombing was revenge by a people-smuggling gang whose activities had been disrupted by a crackdown. Thailand cracked down on human traffickers earlier in 2015 after abandoned camps for Rohingyas fleeing persecution in Myanmar and economic migrants from Bangladesh were found in the jungles along the Thai-Malaysian border. Officials have given few details about what the link to the bombing might be, but many Uyghurs try to escape persecution and tight control in China with the help of professional smugglers.

However, some analysts suspect the bombing was the work of Uyghur separatists angry that Thailand in July that year forcibly repatriated scores of Uyghurs to China. The shrine’s popularity among Chinese tourists appeared to support the theory that the bombing had a political element.

The defendants, Mieraili Yusufu and Bilal Mohammad, pleaded not guilty when the trial began in 2016 and said they suffered mistreatment and torture in jail after their arrests. Police said they believe Yusufu detonated the bomb minutes after a backpack containing the device was left at the shrine by Mohammad.

The last session of their trial, which was delayed repeatedly by difficulties in finding suitable translators, was in 2019, said Chuchart Kanpai, a lawyer for Mohammad. The case was then transferred from a military court that previously had jurisdiction to the civilian Bangkok Southern Criminal Court after a return to elected civilian rule following a military coup. But the court proceedings were then suspended during the COVID-19 pandemic.

“I think it will take two more years before we see any result. This year the case won’t progress much. We can only take two or three witnesses a day and we still have two to three hundred witnesses left on the plaintiff’s side,” he said.

The defendants are believed to be the only two suspects in custody out of 17 people that authorities said were responsible for the bombing. Some of the other suspects are Turks, with whom Uyghurs share ethnic bonds.

Police said the case against the two defendants is supported by security video, witnesses, DNA matching and physical evidence, in addition to the suspects’ alleged confessions.

2022-11-22 12:12:28:[By TASSANEE VEJPONGSA] [Full Text]

Editor says …Sterling Publishing & Media Service Agency is not responsible for the content of external site or from any reports, posts or links, and can also be found here on Telegram: https://t.me/acenewsdaily and all wordpress and live posts and links here: https://acenewsroom.wordpress.com/ and thanks for following as always appreciate every like, reblog or retweet and free help and guidance tips on your PC software or need help & guidance from our experts AcePCHelp.WordPress.Com

Categories
Ace Daily News

FEATURED WORLD OECD BUSINESS REPORT: High interest rates & inflation slow world growth according to forecast

#AceNewsRoom With ‘Kindness & Wisdom’ Nov.22, 2022 @acenewsservices

Ace News Room Cutting Floor 22/11/2022

Follow Our Breaking & Daily News Here As It Happens:

#AceNewsDesk – Hobbled by high interest rates, punishing inflation and Russia’s war against Ukraine, the world economy is expected to eke out only modest growth this year and to expand even more tepidly in 2023.

That was the sobering forecast issued Tuesday by the Paris-based Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development. In the OECD’s estimation, the world economy will grow just 3.1% this year, down sharply from a robust 5.9% in 2021.

Next year, the OECD predicts, will be even worse: The international economy will expand only 2.2% in 2023, it estimates.

The OECD, made up of 38 member countries, works to promote international trade and prosperity and issues periodic reports and analyses. In its latest forecast, the organization predicts that the Federal Reserve’s aggressive drive to tame inflation with higher interest rates — it’s raised its benchmark rate six times this year, in substantial increments — will grind the U.S. economy to a near-halt. It expects the United States, the world’s largest economy, to grow just 1.8% this year (down drastically from 5.9% in 2021), 0.5% in 2023 and 1% in 2024.

That grim outlook is widely shared. Most economists expect the United States to enter at least a mild recession next year, though the OECD did not specifically predict one.

The report foresees U.S. inflation, though decelerating, to remain well above the Fed’s 2% annual target next year and into 2024.

The OECD’s forecast for the 19 European countries that share the euro currency, which are enduring crippling energy shortages from Russia’s war, is hardly brighter. The organization expects the eurozone to collectively manage just 0.5% growth next year before accelerating slightly to 1.4% in 2024.

And it expects inflation to continue squeezing the continent: The OECD predicts that consumer prices, which rose just 2.6% in 2021, will jump 8.3% for all of 2022 and 6.8% in 2023.

Whatever growth the international economy produces next year, the OECD says, will come largely from the emerging market countries of Asia: Together, it estimates, they will account for three-quarters of world growth next year while the U.S. and European economies falter. India’s economy, for instance, is expected to grow 6.6% this year and 5.7% next year.

China’s economy, which not long ago boasted double-digit annual growth, will expand just 3.3% this year and 4.6% in 2023. The world’s second-biggest economy has been hobbled by weakness in its real estate markets, high debts and draconian zero-COVID policies that have disrupted commerce.

Fueled by vast government spending and record-low borrowing rates, the world economy soared out of the pandemic recession of early 2020. The recovery was so strong that it overwhelmed factories, ports and freight yards, causing shortages and higher prices. Moscow’s invasion of Ukraine in February disrupted trade in energy and food and further accelerated prices.

After decades of low prices and ultra-low interest rates, the consequences of chronically high inflation and interest rates are unpredictable.

“Financial strategies put in place during the long period of hyper-low interest rates may be exposed by rapidly rising rates and exert stress in unexpected ways,” the OECD said in Tuesday’s report.

The higher rates being engineered by the Fed and other central banks will make it difficult for heavily indebted governments, businesses and consumers to pay their bills. In particular, a stronger U.S. dollar, arising in part from higher U.S. rates, will imperil foreign companies that borrowed in the U.S. currency and may lack the means to repay their now-costlier debt.

2022-11-22 10:00:07: [By PAUL WISEMAN] [Full Text]/TELEGRAM

Editor says …Sterling Publishing & Media Service Agency is not responsible for the content of external site or from any reports, posts or links, and can also be found here on Telegram: https://t.me/acenewsdaily and all wordpress and live posts and links here: https://acenewsroom.wordpress.com/ and thanks for following as always appreciate every like, reblog or retweet and free help and guidance tips on your PC software or need help & guidance from our experts AcePCHelp.WordPress.Com

Categories
Ace Breaking News

BREAKING SOLOMON ISLANDS: #Earthquake Magnitude 7.0 Hits Honiara

This is our daily post that is shared across Twitter & Telegram and published first on here with Kindness & Love XX on peace-truth.com/

#AceNewsRoom With ‘Kindness & Wisdom’ Nov.22, 2022 @acebreakingnews

Ace News Room Cutting Floor 22/11/2022

Follow Our Breaking & Daily News Here As It Happens:

#AceBreakingNews – Solomon Islands hit by powerful earthquakes, tsunami warning cancelled, shocks hit south-west of Honiara

Children ran and traffic jammed as a magnitude-7.0 earthquake rocked the Solomon Islands capital of Honiara on Tuesday, while a second quake struck nearby 30 minutes later.

A man sits on the edge of a shuttered shop front as people walk past.
People gather outside shuttered stores in Honiara, Solomon Islands.(AP: Charley Piringi)none

There were no immediate reports of deaths or injuries.

The first quake hit just off the south-west coast at 1pm local time, the US Geological Survey said, triggering a tsunami warning.

The second quake, with a magnitude of 6.0, was recorded nearby 30 minutes later.

The Solomon Islands Meteorological Service later said there was no tsunami threat, but warned about unusual sea currents on the coast.

“People are also advised to be vigilant as aftershocks are expected to continue,” an employee said on social media.

Government spokesperson George Herming crawled under a table on the second floor of a building in Honiara, when the first quake struck.

He said there were traffic jams as everybody tried to get to higher ground.

“It’s a huge one that just shocked everybody,” Mr Herming said.There have been no reported deaths. (AP: Charley Piringi)none

Honiara resident Adilah Dolaiano said he was getting into his car near a food market when he felt the ground swaying violently.

“It was like when you’re on a ferry and you’re crossing rough waters,” he said.

“I was a bit scared, to be honest. My car was swaying from side to side.

“There were melons and mangoes and vegetables thrown off the stalls and the poor women were shouting.”

Located just a couple of kilometres from the coastline, Mr Dolaiano said he was concerned about the tsunami warning, but didn’t want to panic.Honiara resident Adilah Dolaiano was getting into his car when the quake hit. (Supplied: Adilah Dolaiano)none

“Most of the houses here are not built [to sustain a tsunami] … right now, I am just on alert,” he said.

Freelance journalist Charley Piringi said he was near a primary and a secondary school on the outskirts of Honiara when the quake struck, sending the children running.

“The earthquake rocked the place,” he said.

“It was a huge one. We were all shocked, and everyone is running everywhere.”

Just a day earlier, a magnitude-5.6 quake killed 162 people in Indonesia’s West Java province.

Australia ‘ready to assist’

Prime Minister Anthony Albanese told parliament the Australian High Commission was seeking to confirm all Australians in Solomon Islands were safe.

“There are difficulties because phone lines have gone down, so there are communication difficulties.

“The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade has stood up the consular emergency task force to lead consular response and support,” he said.

He said Australia “stood ready to assist”, adding “we have historically played an important role in the Solomon Islands”.

Widespread power outages are being reported, and the Solomon Islands Broadcasting Corporation posted on Facebook that all radio services were off-air.

A spokesperson for the prime minister said there had been no major damage to buildings in the centre of Honiara.

Geoscience Australia registered the first earthquake at magnitude 6.9.

Its epicentre was in the ocean about 56 kilometres south-west of Honiara, at a depth of 13 kilometres, according to the United States Geological Survey.

University of Melbourne senior seismologist Gary Gibson said shallow earthquakes caused the most damage.

“It’s only the shallow ones that are really a big problem, this one was certainly shallow there’s no doubt,” Dr Gibson said.

“There have only been three earthquakes above mean in a few days, two of them were in the Solomons.”

Dr Gibson said there has been more earthquake activity in the Solomon Islands than usual lately, but it was “more or less behaving as expected”.

Solomon Islands sits on the Pacific Ring of Fire, an arc along the Pacific Ocean rim where many volcanic eruptions and earthquakes occur.

ABC/AP/Reuters

Editor says …Sterling Publishing & Media Service Agency is not responsible for the content of external site or from any reports, posts or links, and can also be found here on Telegram: https://t.me/acenewsdaily and all wordpress and live posts and links here: https://acenewsroom.wordpress.com/ and thanks for following as always appreciate every like, reblog or retweet and free help and guidance tips on your PC software or need help & guidance from our experts AcePCHelp.WordPress.Com