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Disney has agreed to divest Foxs 22 regional sports channels The company already owns ESPN the biggest sports network Bidders for the properties which could fetch as much as $20 billion may include companies backed by cable billionaire John Malone private equity and regional broadcasters Some analysts also see the possibility that Iger will look to cut a deal with Comcast Corp over that companys 30 percent interest in Hulu When the Fox deal closes Disney will become the majority owner of the video-streaming service Skys Future Although Comcast said last week it wont continue bidding for Foxs assets the Philadelphia-based cable TV giant has the highest offer on the table for British satellite-TV provider Sky Plc at $34 billion Disney is acquiring 39 percent of Sky through the deal with Fox and still technically has a bid on the table for the broadcaster Some analysts have suggested Iger may cede Sky to Comcast freeing Disney from the $19 billion or so it would take to purchase the rest of the business Personnel Decisions Disney has pledged to generate $2 billion in cost savings as a result of the merger which will unite two of the six largest Hollywood studios Thats created a lot of angst at Fox and Disney where overlapping marketing ad sales and distribution departments at their respective film and TV units could lead to hundreds if not thousands of job cuts Fox had 21700 employees at year-end according to data compiled by Bloomberg while Disney has 199000 Some executives are already negotiating their future with Fox Networks Chairman Peter Rice expected to take a similar role overseeing the combined companies TV business with the exception of ESPN Fox TV studio co-Ceo Dana Walden is expected to lead their TV production business Fox Franchises Disney has dominated the worldwide box office in recent years thanks the string of hits from Marvel Pixar and "Star Wars" Post-Fox Disney studio chief Alan Horn will have to make choices about which newly acquired franchises to greenlight including "Avatar" "Planet of the Apes" and "Alien" all of which could also be ripe for expanded merchandise and theme-park attractions Fox has produced several movies based on characters licensed from Marvel including the X-Men and Wolverine pictures and two "Deadpool" movies Those rights will come back to Disney with the merger Regulatory approval Disney has received clearance to buy the Fox assets from the US Justice Department but was also awaiting the approval of the Federal Communications Commission In addition the company said in a recent filing it may need consent from regulators in 14 countries and the European Union Contact us at [email protected] By Yara Bayoumy Warren Strobel and Jonathan Landay WASHINGTON (Reuters) – Yemen’s Iran-aligned Houthis have indicated they would be willing to hand over management of Hodeidah port to the United Nations a potential breakthrough in a conflict that has caused the world’s worst humanitarian crisis sources familiar with the efforts said Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates have pledged a swift military operation to take over the airport and seaport without entering the city centre to minimize civilian casualties and maintain the flow of essential goods The Saudis and Emiratis who intervened in Yemen in 2015 say they must recapture Hodeidah to deprive the Houthis of their main source of income and prevent them from bringing in missiles Hodeidah port is a principal entry point for relief supplies for Yemen UN officials have warned that large-scale fighting in the city could threaten tens of thousands UN envoy Martin Griffiths has been in the Houthi-controlled Yemeni capital Sanaa and Jeddah Saudi Arabia this week to try to negotiate a solution A US official said the United States was urging the Saudis and Emiratis to accept the deal A diplomatic source at the United Nations said the coalition had informed Griffiths it would study the proposal The source said the Houthis indicated they would accept overall UN rule for port management and inspections A Western diplomat said the United Nations would oversee income from the port and make sure it gets to Yemen’s central bank The understanding is for Yemeni state employees to remain working alongside the United Nations "The Saudis have given some positive signals on this as well to the UN envoy over the last 24 hours The Emiratis also gave positive murmurs but the deal still has a little way to go" the Western diplomat said The sources cautioned that the plan still needed agreement from all sides to the conflict and would not at least in its initial stages result in an immediate ceasefire In a statement on Thursday Griffiths said he was "encouraged by the constructive engagement" of the Houthis and would be holding meetings with Yemen’s internationally backed president Abd Rabbuh Mansour Hadi There was no immediate comment from the Saudi and Emirati embassies in Washington Houthi representatives could not be reached for immediate comment The Saudi-led coalition intervened in the war in 2015 to roll back Houthi control of Yemen’s main population centres and reinstate its internationally recognised government DILEMMA FOR WASHINGTON The Hodeidah battle coincides with increased tensions between Saudi Arabia and Iran which are locked in a three-year-old proxy war in Yemen that has killed more than 10000 people displaced 3 million and pushed the impoverished country to the verge of starvation The United States has provided aircraft refuelling and some intelligence for the Saudi-led campaign in Yemen but US officials say they are not providing direct help to the Hodeidah offensive But Washington is a major arms supplier to Riyadh and Abu Dhabi which critics say makes it complicit in civilian casualties Questions remain over the withdrawal of the Houthis from Hodeidah city itself as the Emirates and their Yemeni allies have demanded as well as over a broader ceasefire the Western diplomat said Securing an agreement on leaving the city could be "one of the major sticking points" the Western diplomat said Speaking earlier at the United Nations Saudi Arabia’s UN ambassador Abdallah al-Mouallimi reiterated the coalition’s demand that the Houthis quit the city entirely while citing Griffiths’ slow progress "On the ground what we are offering is for the Houthis to hand over their weapons to the government of Yemen and to leave to leave peacefully and to provide information about the locations of the mines and improvised explosive devices and so forth" Mouallimi said Earlier on Thursday Houthi spokesman Mohammed Abdelsalam highlighted the group’s "positivity in dealing with the United Nations about the port’s revenues" but criticized the Saudi-led coalition whose aim he said was to "destroy Yemen" (Reporting by Yara Bayoumy Warren Strobel and Jonathan Landay; Additional reporting by John Walcott in Washington Michelle Nichols at the United Nations and Ali Abelaty in Cairo; Writing by Warren Strobel and Yara Bayoumy; Editing by Peter Cooney) This story has not been edited by Firstpost staff and is generated by auto-feed 14. 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at 7 pm"By this time there were 20 to 30 people on 4-wheelers looking for the boys" Lindsay said "We had friends and family out there and by 9:00 there was a good 200 people searching with ATVs and Jeeps"There are trails going everywhere through the woods and the boys could have taken any of them and lost their way Lindsay recalled "We just didn’t think they were that far" she saidThe boys started out in a direction Riley was familiar with headed toward a place called the dirt pits when the boys went the wrong wayLindsay Shane and many others searched through the night The State Patrol flew in a helicopter with an infrared system to try and locate the boys but nothing Lindsay figured this was around midnight and the search still hadn’t turned up any clues"It was very very rough" Lindsay said "It was so overwhelming not knowing where he was The worst things come to mind especially after the helicopter didn’t find anything I was pretty crushed"Shane too was demoralized after the unsuccessful helicopter search ended in the early morning hours Shane admits at this point he was in shock for a couple hours until he snapped out of it and they went out searching more"There was no way I could just sit there with my son out there" Shane said The Spraggs jumped in their car about 2:30 am and said they drove around on trails for another hour and a halfThe search group continued on ATVs until about 5 am Sunday The search had gone on all nightThe boys’ footprints were located near Jackson Lake about five miles from Lindsay’s parents’ house"I just had a feeling I looked at Shane and said ‘I bet you anything they went this way’"she recalledThat feeling she had went toward Sandy Lake crossing a paved road and connecting with another dirt roadAnd it turns out that is the direction the boys went After they got the 4-wheeler stuck they walked until they found a gate at the end of a road The boys climbed over the gate and recognized the cabin and that’s where they spent Saturday night until they were found Sunday morningGary Yrbach owns the log cabin where the boys were found The cabin is about 10 miles north of the staging area By the end of the search more than 340 people had signed up to search along with 50 professionals helping in the search tooThe boys reportedly did some damage to the cabin during the overnight adventure"My brother and I had been searching all through the night In the end these kids were found and it was a very happy moment for us to have them found" Yrbach told the Bemidji Pioneer "The damage is nothing that we can’t clean up… The parents are doing everything they can to make that right with us right now and so are the children The kids are very sorry and they want to make it right We’re OK with having a damaged cabin as long as those two kids were found safe"The incident was a difficult lesson to learn for the Spragg family Lindsay said both boys have ADHD and Riley was also diagnosed with a sensory processing disorder making it difficult for him to show emotion oftentimes with things he probably shouldLindsay said Riley’s meds wear off by 6 pm which likely contributed to the unfortunate eventsShe wants people to understand these are young boys and sometimes "boys will be boys" She said the boys helped cleanup on Sunday and plan to make a couple more trips this summer to do some chores at the cabinRiley said they were a little scared staying overnight in the cabin by themselves but had what they needed to stay warm and get some sleep Hungry they "devoured" a banana cream that was in the refrigeratorBy the time the boys were reunited with their families they had been missing 18 hours"It was horrible" Lindsay said of being up all night not knowing what happened to the boys "I wouldn’t wish this on my worst enemy This was like a nightmare or something you would see on TV"The Type 2 team that Cobb is a part of is from the northern Rockies The team assists local firefighters efficiently fight fires The team also gives local groups the opportunity to rest"We are a self-contained unit and we roll in but we don’t tell people how things are going to be done" she said "We try to help get the Forest Service and the local groups communicating on what they want to have done and how they are going to go after the fire It’s really an effort and collaboration and getting everybody to hurry and move forward to get the job done"Cobb said while the area did receive some rain on Monday night it only hit patches of the fire"The rain over the fire was pretty spotty; where it fell (it was) wonderful" she said "But it didn’t fall everywhere over that fire I guess it’s pretty hit or miss"While there were no large flames popping up on Tuesday evening Cobb said they plan to attack any areas that have smoke so they do not become problematic However she noted that flames could appear again depending on the weather over the next few days"We’re not going to wait we’re just going to go after the smokes" she saidAccording to a forecast from the National Weather Service Wednesday temperatures will reach around 76 degrees near Grassy Butte with winds coming from the north around 9 mph Thursday will be sunny with a high near 89 and southeast winds of 8 to 11 mph Friday is expected to be hot with temperatures rising to 102 degrees Saturday is also expected to be sunny and hot with a high near 94 Cobb said low wind speeds will help them to extinguish the blazeCobb said fire crews are thankful for the support they have been receiving"I really want people to know how much we appreciate the support we’re getting from the volunteer fire departments and all the agencies and the community" Cobb said "It has been very uplifting to our firefighters and I think it’s going to really help us get our job done so that everybody can leave at the end of this time happy" “Thats actaully the most exciting thing to me about it.

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