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BREAKING NEWS: A US Navy guided missile destroyer collided with an oil tanker and was left with a gaping hole on one side after it collided early Sunday just outside the Strait of Hormuz.
Here is a photo of the collision which left a hole in the destroyer that is about 10 feet by 10 feet on the starboard side of USS Porter.
No one was injured on either vessel, the US Navy said in a statement.
The collision with the Panamanian-flagged and Japanese-owned bulk oil tanker MV Otowasan happened about 1am local time. Photos released by the Navy showed workers standing amid twisted metal and other debris hanging down from the hole.
The cause of the incident is still under investigation, the Navy said, though the collision was not “combat related”. There were no reports of spills or leakages from either the USS Porter or the Otowasan, the Navy said.
SoCal Storm Chaser Nick Mitchell set up in Lake Elsinore, CA. today. This chase was in home territory. A strong supercell formed over the Elsinore Convergence Zone and produced a funnel cloud around 3:15 p.m. PDT.
SUNDAY, 12 AUGUST: The National Weather Service has issued a tornado warning for western Riverside County until 5:00 p.m. on Sunday, August 12th.
NWS is reporting that trained weather spotters reported a nearly stationary tornado along route 74 just west of the I-15 freeway in the Perris area.
CAL FIRE/Riverside County firefighters responded to the report of multiple power lines down with one vehicle trapped due to the tornado in the Nuevo area. Southern California Edison is enroute to work on the multiple powerlines down, specifically on
Ramona Expressway which will remain closed for the duration of the incident.
UPDATE OF IRANIAN QUAKE: All hospitals in the northwest of Iran have struggled to cope with thousands of earthquake victims on Sunday as rescuers raced to reach remote villages after two powerful quakes killed nearly 300 people. Now an estimated 5,000 have been injured as a result of the construction of their homes and others who were buried in debris.
Thousands huddled in makeshift camps or slept in the street after Saturday’s quakes for fear of more aftershocks, 60 of which had already struck. A lack of tents and other supplies left them exposed to the night chill, one witness told Reuters.
Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has arrived in Istanbul for talks on the conflict in Syria with Turkish leaders after Washington slapped fresh sanctions on Bashar al-Assad’s regime and its allies. Clinton flew in on Saturday after wrapping up a nine-nation Africa tour.
The visit comes after Washington on Friday announced sanctions on Syrian state oil company Sytrol for trading with Iran, in a bid to starve the regimes in both Tehran and Damascus of much-needed revenue. The US Treasury also said it was adding the Lebanese Shi’ite militant group Hezbollah, which has close ties with Iran and Syria, to a blacklist of organisations targeted under Syria-related sanctions. Washington already classes Hezbollah a “terrorist organisation” and it is under US sanctions, but Friday’s move explicitly ties the group to the violence in Syria, where Assad is attempting to put down a 17-month revolt. The sanctions are designed to increase pressure on the Assad regime as the conflict escalates sharply after the failure of former UN-Arab League envoy Kofi Annan’s peace plan and his dramatic resignation. In Istanbul, Clinton will have “lengthy and in-depth conversation” with Turkey’s president, prime minister and foreign minister to discuss a three-pronged strategy, a US official said.
The first aspect is “how we judge the effectiveness of what we are doing in terms of supporting the opposition”, the official said, adding that pressure and isolation of the regime was part of the strategy. Clinton is expected to discuss with Turkey’s leaders ways to effectively enforce sanctions against Damascus. Turkey, once a close ally of Syria, has become a vocal opponent of the regime since it launched a brutal crackdown on dissent in March last year.
Relations hit an all-time low after a Turkish fighter jet was shot down by Syrian fire in June, killing its two-man crew and leading Ankara to brand Damascus a “hostile” opponent. In November, the Turkish government joined Arab League sanctions, freezing Syrian government financial assets, imposing a travel ban on senior Syrian officials and cutting off transactions with the country’s central bank. The second part of the strategy, according to the US official, would be to extend humanitarian assistance to Turkey as it copes with an influx of refugees from Syria.
In Istanbul, Clinton is expected to announce an additional $US5.5 million ($A5.22 million) in aid for those fleeing fighting that monitoring groups say has now claimed over 21,000 lives. Turkey is currently home to more than 50,000 refugees living in camps along the Syrian border. This week has seen a marked increased in refugees, with close to 10,000 turning up at the border amid intensifying battles between regime forces and rebels for Syria’s second city of Aleppo.
The third strategy, the US official said, is built on a transition plan out of the “strong conviction” that Assad’s days are numbered and that the international community needs to be prepared to support Syrians. US President Barack Obama and Turkish Prime Minister Recep Tayyip Erdogan agreed at the end of July to work on political change in Syria, including Assad’s departure. Turkey is also providing sanctuary to forces defecting from Assad’s army to link up with the opposition Free Syrian Army, some of whose leaders are based on Turkish soil near the border.
We left Tahiti at noon today after getting our last fresh food and saying goodbye to some friends we made in the three weeks we have spent in beautiful Tahiti. Jillian left this morning, after her original flight got cancelled because of airline strikes. Now she’s on a plane back to the States along with little Kiwi.
So now it’s off to New Zealand.
Right now there’s almost no wind and we’re passing Moorea at 2 knots with nice weather. I’m going to miss these beautiful islands. I’ve gotten more attached to them these last two years than I realized. It feels kind of strange now to leave these Pacific islands that I’ve come to know so well and try to settle in the place where I was born. It’s a place I know in my heart but just haven’t really seen with the eyes I’m looking with now.
After these years sailing all over the world, I’m on my final trip to New Zealand. It’s strange but I’m also really looking forward to it. It’s so exciting!
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Ukraine boycott continues for Kiev quarter-final against Italy over treatment of opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko who is in Ukraine prison.
Jailed former Ukrainian prime minister Yulia Tymoshenko refused to testify in U.S. court via a video linkup, the Ukraine’s state penitentiary service said in a statement on Friday.
The New York Southern District Court sought to question Tymoshenko via an online conference about an $18.3-million debt that the energy transporter United Energy Systems, which Tymoshenko headed in the 1990s. The trial is due to begin on September 5.
“Tymoshenko filed a notification about her official denial to take part in a video conference within the Universal Trading & Investment Co., Inc. vs. Yulia Tymoshenko case,” the statement says.
In her statement, Tymoshenko said the decision not to testify was in line with recommendations by German and Ukrainian doctors, who advised her to avoid stressful situations.
Ukraine boycott continues for Kiev quarter-final against Italy over treatment of opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko.
“ARE THE CHILDREN BEING NAUGHTY?”
There will be no UK government presence in Kiev’s Olympic Stadium on Sunday, where England take on Italy in a Euro 2012 quarter-final. Photograph: Maloletka Evgeniy/Actionplus
There will be no government presence in Kiev on Sunday for England‘s Euro 2012 quarter-final clash with Italy amid continued concerns about “selective justice” in Ukraine, but sports minister Hugh Robertson is expected to travel to the semi-final in Poland if the team make it that far.
After ministers boycotted England’s group-stage matches in protest against the treatment of opposition leader Yulia Tymoshenko, the policy will continue for the quarter-final but Downing Street said no decision had been made on what would happen if Roy Hodgson’s side reach the final in Kiev.
Asked why ministers would not be in Kiev on Sunday to see England take on Italy, a Downing Street spokeswoman said: “It reflects ministers’ busy schedules ahead of the Olympics and widespread concerns about selective justice and the rule of law in …Ukraine.”
If England win, Robertson is expected to travel to Warsaw for the semi-final, based on the fact that it is taking place in Poland rather than Ukraine.
But asked if the boycott would then apply to the final in Kiev, should they progress that far, she added: “Let’s see how we get on on Sunday. No decision has been made.”
Several EU countries have announced they will not be attending games in Ukraine.
Last month the German chancellor, Angela Merkel, said she and her cabinet would not attend any German games played in Ukraine, which is co-hosting the tournament with Poland, unless the human rights situation under the president, Viktor Yanukovych, improved.
The president of the European commission, José Manuel Barroso, and Viviane Reding, the EU commissioner for justice, have also confirmed they will not be travelling to Ukraine.
The Czech president, Václav Klaus, and Germany’s president, Joachim Gauck, also called off a regional summit last month at the Ukrainian resort of Yalta.
Oleg Voloshyn, the Ukraine foreign ministry spokesman in Kiev, said following the decision to boycott the group stages that he regretted what he called the UK’s “emotional” decision.
“There are multiple channels to express the British position as far as the Tymoshenko case is concerned. It has already been done in a clear and consistent way.
“The boycott of the sporting event that has nothing to do with politics is a sign that the British government is inclined to resort to emotional rather than deeply calculated steps. [They] damage football but don’t influence in any positive way the situation with the issue that concerns London,” he said.