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No end in sight for Hong Kong protests after talks

People listen to long-awaited talks between student leaders and senior government officials being broadcast live at a protest site in the Mongkok district of Hong Kong on October 21, 2014

Hong Kong (AFP) – Hong Kong student leaders Wednesday said they may not take part in further talks with the government after accusing city authorities of failing to make any meaningful offers to end weeks of mass rallies.

The comments are a blow to the city’s Beijing-backed leaders who had expressed hopes for fresh rounds of talks after meeting face-to-face with students on Tuesday night for the first time. 

The negotiations are widely seen as the only way to end nearly a month of protests calling for full democracy in the southern Chinese city without a police crackdown or further violence.  

But the first formal talks on Tuesday night made little headway with students calling the government “vague” in its commitment to finding a genuine compromise.

“About whether there will be talks in the future this is something that isn’t decided,” Hong Kong Federation of Students secretary general Alex Chow told reporters Wednesday morning.

“The government has to come up with some way to solve this problem, but what they are offering does not have any practical content,” Chow said, adding protesters will not leave the streets any time soon.

Protesters plan to march from their main camp to the residence of Hong Kong leader Leung Chun-ying at 1.30pm (0530 GMT). 

Both sides are at loggerheads over how the city’s next leader should be chosen. Protesters want to nominate and vote for candidates in 2017.

But Beijing ruled in August that only those vetted by a loyalist committee would be allowed to stand — something protesters dismiss as “fake democracy”. 

During talks, government negotiators insisted Beijing would never agree to civil nomination.

But they made a series conciliatory offers including a promise to brief mainland officials on recent events and suggesting both sides could set up a “platform” to discuss further political reform beyond 2017.

Student leaders remain unimpressed, saying the government has offered nothing concrete. 

They called on officials to give a clearer indication of what their proposals actually entail. 

“The government should, as soon as possible by the end of this week, say what the report (to Beijing) would include and detail how the new platform can really solve the problems we have now,” Joshua Wong, leader of student movement Scholarism told reporters.

Observers hope the talks, which were abruptly cancelled earlier this month and then resurrected after recent outbreaks of violence between protesters and police, will help find some sort of face-saving compromise for both sides.

If talks are abandoned, many fear a return to violent scuffles seen late last week that saw dozens injured after protesters battled with police as they tried to clear barricades.




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The Best New York City Restaurant For Every Kind Of Cuisine

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New York City is known for its vast and intimidating food selection.

As part of its 2015 restaurant survey results, released Wednesday, Zagat created a list of the best restaurants in New York City for every type of cuisine.

Whether it’s an authentic New York City deli or delicious Mexican food in Williamsburg, there’s something here for everyone.

There were also a few repeats on the list this year, with Chinese restaurant RedFarm and Pearl Oyster Bar both making multiple appearances.

Food ratings are out of 30 on the Zagat scale.

AMERICAN: Gotham Bar & Grill

12 E. 12th St.

Food: 28

Since 1984, diners have been flocking to Gotham Bar & Grill for some of the best food in the city. The atmosphere is sophisticated with white tablecloths, outstanding service, and (of course) delicious food.

It might be pricey, but you definitely get what you pay for.

ASIAN: Asiate

80 Columbus Circle

Food: 26

In addition to its top-notch pan-Asian fare, Asiate is known for its flawless service and stunning decor.

It’s on the 35th floor of the Mandarin Oriental hotel so it has stunning views of the surrounding NYC skyline, plus the prix fixe dinner is out of this world.


344 W. 11th St.

Food: 25

Wallsé is the flagship restaurant of Chef Kurt Gutenbrunner, serving modern Austrian fare and an excellent schnitzel.

Also, save room for their amazing desserts — the hot Salzburger Nockerl and the chocolatey Mozart Kugel are customer favorites.

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Syria Kurds weather IS assault and await reinforcements

Smoke and flames rise following an explosion in the Syrian town of Kobane, also known as Ain al-Arab, as seen from the southeastern Turkish village of Mursitpinar in the Sanliurfa province on October 20, 2014

Mursitpinar (Turkey) (AFP) – Kurdish defenders of the strategic Syrian border town of Kobane awaited reinforcements Wednesday after weathering another onslaught by Islamic State jihadists.

Fighting appeared to have diminished after a fierce attack begun by IS fighters almost 48 hours earlier, including suicide bombers, witnesses and monitors said.

IS jihadists in east Kobane were exchanging fire with Kurdish militia in the west and there were reports of an explosion, probably a car bomb, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights monitoring group said.

A total of 30 jihadists and 11 Kurdish fighters were killed in 24 hours, the Britain-based Observatory said late Tuesday, adding that IS was bringing in reinforcements “as a result of the daily losses in Kobane”.

The town has become a crucial battleground in the war against IS, which is fighting to extend areas under its control in Iraq and Syria where it has declared an Islamic “caliphate”.

The lull came as the UN accused the Islamic State of “attempted genocide” against Iraq’s Yazidi minority and said atrocities committed by jihadists may amount to war crimes and crimes against humanity.

“The evidence strongly indicates attempt to commit genocide,” UN Assistant Secretary General Ivan Simonovic said after meeting with officials and displaced people in Arbil, Baghdad and Dohuk during a week-long visit.

Tens of thousands of Yazidis have fled, fearing for their lives after being targeted for their religious beliefs.

- Diplomatic moves -

Against a backdrop of continued fighting, there has been feverish diplomatic efforts with Turkey announcing Monday that it would help Kurdish forces from Iraq to relieve Kobane’s beleaguered defenders, in a major shift of policy that was swiftly welcomed by Washington.

Iraqi Kurdish officials have said they will provide the training, although any forces sent will be Syrian Kurds.

A local Kurdish official, Idris Nassen, told AFP on Tuesday that no reinforcements had yet arrived and they did not have “any idea” when they would.

Turkish Foreign Minister Mevlut Cavusoglu confirmed Kurdish fighters had yet to cross from Turkey to Kobane, explaining that “the issue is still being discussed”.

The US administration has stepped up its commitment to Kobane in recent days, with Secretary of State John Kerry saying it would be “irresponsible” and “morally very difficult” not to help.

Three C-130 cargo aircraft carried out what the US military called successful drops of supplies early on Monday, including arms provided by Kurdish authorities in Iraq.

A US-led coalition has carried out more than 140 air strikes against IS targets around Kobane, but it was the first time it had delivered arms to the town’s defenders.

US Central Command said one of the 27 bundles had gone astray but that American warplanes bombed it to prevent it being snatched by IS.

It also said American warplanes carried out four strikes near Kobane on Monday and Tuesday, while coalition aircraft conducted another three in Iraq.

Despite the Kobane operation, US commanders said the top priority remains Iraq, where IS swept through much of the Sunni Arab heartland north and west of Baghdad in June, with both government and Kurdish forces under pressure.

The jihadists attacked the Kurdish-controlled town of Qara Tapah on Monday, killing at least 10 people and prompting half of its 9,000 residents to flee.

“We are afraid IS will encircle us and turn this town into a second Amerli,” said one resident, referring to a mainly Shiite Turkmen town further north besieged by IS for two months over the summer.

Since last week, Baghdad also seen a rise in the number of bombings, several of which have been claimed by IS.

Two car bombs exploded Tuesday in a Shiite area of the capital, killing at least 12.

The violence has raised fears IS will attack large gatherings of Shiite worshippers during the upcoming Ashura commemorations, the target of devastating bombings in past years.

- Iraq PM in Tehran -

Meanwhile, Iraqi Prime Minister Haidar al-Abadi, in Iran for talks with his Shiite ally, described IS as “a threat to the entire region”.

IS holds towns just a few miles (kilometres) from the Iranian border, and Tehran has been a key backer of Baghdad’s efforts to hold them back.

According to a senior Iraqi Kurdish official, Iran has deployed troops on the Iraqi side of the border in the Khanaqin area northeast of Baghdad.

Iranian forces also played a role in breaking the siege of Amerli, another senior Kurdish official said.

But Abadi has ruled out any foreign ground intervention to assist government forces in retaking territory lost to jihadists.

After meeting Abadi, Iranian supreme leader Ayatollah Ali Khamenei said he believed Iraq and its government “have the capacity to overcome the terrorists and establish security. There is no need for foreign presence”.

In Syria, IS posted a video on YouTube appearing to show a Syrian man taking part in stoning his daughter to death for alleged adultery.

The Observatory said the execution took place in August or September in an IS-controlled rural area in the east of the central province of Hama.

Elsewhere in Syria, regime air raids killed at least 15 people Wednesday in rebel-held Nassib, on the Jordanian border, the Observatory said.

Meanwhile it was announced on Wednesday that the father of John Cantlie, a British hostage being held by Islamic State, had died. 

Eighty-year-old Paul Cantlie passed away after “complications following pneumonia”.

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