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Baltimore and Philadelphia will have less harsh conditions with less snowfall and strong winds The winter storm off the East coast has deepened ~24 millibars in a mere 7 hours It is very rare for a storm to intensify so fast (usually 24 millibars in 24 hours is the standard for a rapidly intensifying storm) For all our friends out east…stay safe pictwittercom/hgT7jmcA20 NWS Marquette (@NWSMarquette) January 4 2018 In Maine blizzard conditions are expected from Portland along the coast and inland where travel “will be very dangerous to impossible” warns the National Weather Service While most snow is supposed to wrap up by Thursday evening frigid temperatures will remain into the weekend in many areas At least nine people have died in the US this winter as a result of the bone-chilling temperatures that have spanned across the Midwest and East Coast Even as the East Coast braces for blizzards and wind this week the National Weather Service has issued Wind Chill Advisories in Minnesota Iowa Ohio Indiana and Michigan among other areas Write to Jamie Ducharme at [email protected] City: Lewis Hamilton takes it as a compliment that Australian Daniel Ricciardo has said he would be interested in racing against him as his Mercedes team-mate in the future Speaking on the eve of this weekend’s Mexican Grand Prix where he can claim his fourth world championship if he finishes in the top five the 32-year-old Englishman was careful to praise Ricciardo but at the same time to remain diplomatic "Daniel is a fantastic driver it would be a privilege to race against him" Hamilton said Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton (L) talks with Red Bull driver Daniel Ricciardo of Australia on the podium after the Japanese Grand Prix AP "He’s a great character He always brings a lot of positivity within his team I think it’s interesting I think it’s cool I take the compliment that people say they [want to race against me]" "Hamilton made clear too that he will do all he can to win this Sunday’s race at the Autodromo Hermanos Rodriguez so that he can claim the title "in the right way" rather than taking a cautious approach to completing the task "I am really focussed on trying to drive just as well as I did last weekend in Texas so I can win the race" he said "I am not thinking of doing anything else" Following Dutchman Max Verstappen’s decision to commit himself to Red Bull until the end of 2020 Ricciardo’s future after 2018 remains a subject of much speculation with his name linked to both Ferrari and Mercedes Picking his words carefully Hamilton explained: "I don’t truly necessarily believe that people want to be up alongside me because that is not always necessarily the best thing for an individual but in some cases it could be a really good thing because it can help you grow "You look at Daniel He’s got a great driver in his team-mate and to be honest he has got to really work to outperform him first… "You’ve always got to beat the person you’re with first before you can look at competing against someone else and beating them That’s just my personal opinion "I already feel like I’ve raced against the best here which in my personal opinion is Fernando (Alonso of McLaren Honda) We have a great driver in Valtteri (Bottas) who I’m enjoying racing with "There are a lot of great drivers here who I would be happy to race against I don’t mind who I race against — anyone in the world — as long as you’re able to maintain positivity in the team and hopefully you’re still fighting another team as well "I think that harmony is incredibly important for everyone to be enjoying what they do" The death toll from last week’s devastating floods in Sri Lanka was revealed to have risen to triple digits Tuesday as receding waters laid bare the extent of the disaster’s damage At least 101 people have been confirmed dead over the past week the country’s Disaster Management Centre (DMC) was cited as reporting by Agence France-Presse “Over 530 houses have been completely destroyed and another 4000 partly damaged” DMC spokesman Pradeep Kodippili told AFP More than 100 others are still missing in the worst-hit district of Kegalle about 60 miles from the Sri Lankan capital Colombo following landslides prompted by what officials said were the South Asian nation’s worst rains in more than five years [AFP] Write to Rishi Iyengar at [email protected] Crisis Group interviews with several members of the armed group that carried out attacks against government forces in October and November as well as other sources have revealed important new details about the situation in western Burma The group refers to itself as Harakah al-Yaqin or Faith Movement in Arabic It was established following the 2012 deadly riots between Buddhists and Muslims in 2012 which killed some 200 people and displaced over 120000 almost all of them Muslim Most have long been denied citizenship and face draconian restrictions on freedom of movement limiting their access to government services and jobs This new armed group is overseen by a committee of Rohingya émigrés based in Mecca The public face of its operations in northern Arakan also called Rakhine is Ata Ullah (known by several aliases) who is the main speaker in several videos released by the group He was born in Karachi to a Rohingya father and grew up in Mecca He is part of a group of 20 Rohingya who have international experience in modern guerrilla warfare and are leading operations on the ground in northern Arakan Also with them is a senior Islamic scholar Ziabur Rahman a Saudi-educated Rohingya mufti with the authority to issue fatwas To enhance its religious legitimacy further al-Yaqin has obtained fatwas from senior clerics in Saudi Arabia United Arab Emirates Pakistan and elsewhere giving backing to its cause under Islamic law This has helped the group gain significant support among Rohingya in northern Arakan It has spent at least two years training hundreds of local recruits in guerilla warfare and explosives Several hundred Rohingya refugees in Bangladesh have also traveled to Arakan in recent weeks to join up The current heavy-handed security response is very unlikely to dislodge al-Yaqin; rather it is creating further despair and animosity among the population which may further entrench violence The emergence of this well-organized and apparently well-funded group is a game-changer in the governments efforts to address the complex challenges of Arakan state Though there have been some small insurgent groups in recent decades mostly based out of Bangladesh in Burma which is officially called Myanmar the Rohingya have never been a radicalized population and the majority have eschewed violence seeing it as counterproductive to improving their lot But impoverished and oppressed they struggle to survive and have little hope for their future; over the past year the sense of desperation has been increasing The fact that more people in northern Arakan are now embracing violence reflects deep policy failures over many years rather than any sort of inevitability Importantly although there are some indications of training and solidarity links with international jihadist organizations the aims and actions of al-Yaqin involve insurgency against security forces rather than being terrorist or transnational jihadist It has not attacked civilians or religious targets Its stated aim is to secure the rights of the Rohingya as citizens within Burma although its violent approach has set back that cause immensely Its tactics are sophisticated On Oct 9 it launched predawn attacks on three border police bases including an audacious assault on the headquarters a key security installation The headquarters was overrun in a complex attack involving several hundred assailants that included planting improvised explosive devices and setting an ambush on the approach road delaying the arrival of army reinforcements while the attackers looted the armory A further clash on Nov 12 killed a senior army officer These actions represent the actions of a determined well-trained insurgency that will likely launch further attacks The military responded with a major operation to recover the looted weapons and capture those involved Feeling its dignity affronted and taking casualties the military employed disproportionate force and failed to adequately distinguish attackers from civilians At least 1500 homes have been burned down almost certainly by the military according to satellite analysis released by Human Rights Watch on Dec 13 Some 30000 have been internally displaced and 27000 have so far sought refuge in Bangladesh The area where the military is focusing its crackdown has been almost entirely sealed off which has made it difficult to verify multiple allegations of serious human-rights abuses; but as more people arrive in Bangladesh a clearer picture is starting to emerge Residents displaced by conflict flee from Maungdaw in Burma’s Rakhine state on Oct 13 2016 STR—AFP/Getty Images Aung San Suu Kyi has said little publicly on the situation has not traveled to the area or criticized the crackdown The state media she controls have issued blanket denials of abuses risking reinforcing the impunity of troops on the ground Tensions with the Muslim world including Malaysia and Bangladesh are rising There are real risks that if the government mishandles the situation for instance with the further use of excessive force it will push more of the Muslim population in that area to support al-Yaqin entrenching the armed group and a cycle of violence It may also create conditions for radicalization that could be exploited by transnational jihadists to pursue their own agendas in Burma A terrorist incident would inflame religious tensions across the country with potentially disastrous consequences These dangerous outcomes can be avoided but only if the security response is subordinated and integrated into a well-crafted political strategy that offers hope to the Rohingya is sensitive to the deeply-felt grievances of Buddhist Arakanese and prioritizes closer cooperation and intelligence sharing with countries in the region The political space for such initiatives has now shrunk Strong public leadership is required from Aung San Suu Kyi to prevent the situation deteriorating Johnston and Neelakantan are the directors of International Crisis Groups Asia Program Contact us at [email protected] IDEAS TIME Ideas hosts the world’s leading voices providing commentary on events in news society and culture We welcome outside contributions Opinions expressed do not necessarily reflect the views of TIME editorsWith a chilling description as a “bomb cyclone Microsoft has realized that gamers must carry the Xbox One–at least for its first few years–and there was an air of crowd service in this year’s presentation. 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