GERMANY: Penguin found dead & two missing after sea lion beaten to death at Dortmund zoo

#AceWorldNews – Dec.01: German police investigating death of Humboldt penguin and disappearance of two others a month after sea lion was beaten to death at zoo

Police in Germany are investigating potential criminal activity at Dortmund zoo after one penguin was found dead and two others are missing.

Officers are trying to determine if someone had stolen the birds or if they had somehow escaped, Marco Müller, a police spokesman, said on Tuesday.

One Humboldt penguin was found dead in the zoo’s flamingo cage on Monday, he said.

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EGYPT: Security measures intensified ahead of parliamentary run-off

#AceWorldNews – Dec.01: Top officials from Egyptian Ministry of Interior and security directorates heads inspected Tuesday the security measures outside the polling stations in 13 governorates for the run-off vote in the second phase of the 2015 parliament elections, Youm7 reported.

The highly intensified security measures have been taken following a terrorist attack that targeted a hotel which was hosting judges overseeing the second round in parliamentary elections Nov. 23 in North Sinai’s Arish; four people including judges were killed in the attack that carried out by the Islamic State affiliate in Egypt. Media and judges slammed the lack of security measures outside the hotel.

The Ministry of Justice aide for security affairs has inspected the polling stations in North Sinai, Judges’ Club member Hamdy Abdel-Tawab told Youm7.

Moreover, the Ministry of Health announced a state of emergency in the hospitals in the 13 governorates of Cairo, Qalubia, Dakahlia, Menoufia, Gharbia, Kafr El-Sheikh, Sharqia, Damietta, Port Said, Ismailia, Suez, North Sinai, and South Sinai.

A total of 2,834 ambulances were deployed in the main streets, squares, and near the polling stations nationwide, according to a statement from the Ministry Monday.

The run-off vote of the second phase in Egypt’s 2015 Parliamentary elections kicked off Tuesday at 9:00 a.m. (Cairo time) in 13 governorates in which more than 28 million people are eligible to cast their votes.

As the parliament is consisted of individual and list seats, the run-off phase will witness 422 candidates contesting for the remaining 213 individual system seats, after the “For The Love of Egypt” coalition swept to the victory in the winner-takes-all list based system winning 45 seats allocated for the round.

Egypt’s House of Representatives will comprise of 596 members, with 448 to be elected as independents, 120 through the winner-take-all party lists system, with 28 seats to be appointed by the president, HEC announced in a news conference late August.

Egypt has not had a parliament since June 2012, after the Islamist-dominated People’s Assembly was dissolved per a court order about six months after its election.

The parliamentary elections are the final step in a roadmap set out by then-Minister of Defense Sisi in 2013 when the army ousted Mohamed Morsi from power.

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Russian LGBT festival refuses to be silenced by ‘gay propaganda’ law

#AceWorldNews – Dec.01: Bok o Bok’s opening night was ambushed by a screaming politician and visitors risked attack, but founders say they won’t be scared out of St Petersburg

Holding events for the LGBT community in a country that is clamping down on human rights is difficult. Staging them in the cradle of the “gay propaganda” law is even tougher.

But Manny de Guerre and Gulya Sultanova have been doing just that for more than eight years. They founded the Bok o Bok (Side by Side) film festival in St Petersburg in 2007, but say the threats have become more serious over time.

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Argentina leader Cristina Kircherism leaves controversial legacy with Patagonia dams project and Chinese ready to start dynamiting hillsides

#AceWorldNews – Dec.01: Cristina Fernández de Kirchner’s hydroelectric project will bring jobs and money to Patagonia’s grasslands – but political and environmental implications of the $5.7bn scheme, backed by China, have sparked concern

As the presidency of Argentina’s Cristina Fernández de Kirchner enters its final days, her greatest – and arguably most controversial – legacy project is just getting under way in the remote grasslands of Patagonia.

Here, amid herds of wild guanacos, condor nests and the occasional rhea, a Chinese-financed team of engineers will soon be dynamiting hillsides and pouring millions of tonnes of concrete for two giant hydroelectric dams that will flood an area the size of Buenos Aires.

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