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DAR ES SALAAM Mikael Backlund Jersey , Aug. 22 (Xinhua) -- Tanzanian aviation authorities said Tuesday the country will be able to monitor its entire aviation airspace following the acquisition of four state-of-the-art surveillance radars worth 28 million U.S. dollars.

The Tanzania Civil Aviation Authority (TCAA) signed an agreement in Dar es Salaam with France-based company Thales Air System (SAS) to install the four radars in four airports across the country in a period of 18 months.

At the moment, Tanzania is using an old aviation radar installed at the Julius Nyerere International Airport (JNIA) in Dar es Salaam in 2002, monitoring only 25 percent of its aviation airspace.

Hamza Johari, TCAA Director General, said the project was in line with improving the safety of the country's airspace.

""Safety of our skies is of paramount importance. With the four radars we will be able to monitor our entire airspace and beyond,"" said Johari.

Earlier this year, TCAA installed a very high frequency radio station in Tanga to oversee the airspace for the safety to airline operators.

Laurence Paul, Tanzania Air Operators Association (TAOA) Executive Secretary, commended the acquisition of the radars saying it would attract more airlines to use the country's airspace.

""The bold decision of purchasing four radars would make Tanzania the safest place and make people confidence with our airspace,""said Paul.

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LONDON, Aug. 22 (Xinhua) -- The British government will on Tuesday unveil proposals for solving cross-border legal disputes after Britain leaves the European Union.

The Department for Exiting the European Union (DExEu) said under the proposals, families, businesses and individuals living and working across Britain and the EU will resolve disputes ""in a clear and sensible way.""

The future partnership paper on civil judicial cooperation will cover plans for handling consumer disputes as well as those of businesses and investors.

""These could relate to issues such as a small business that has been left out of pocket by a supplier based in another EU country, a consumer who wants to sue a business in another country for a defective product they have purchased online, or a person who needs to settle divorce, child custody or child maintenance issues with a family member who is living in a different EU country,"" explained a DExEu spokesman.

""With more and more families living across borders, we need to make absolutely sure that if and when problems arise, they can be reassured that cross-border laws will apply to them in a fair and sensible way,"" the department said.

The DExEu said the position paper will help to bring clarity to those involved in such disputes about which country's courts will hear a case, which country's law will be used to resolve it and that a judgment obtained in one country can be recognized and enforced in another.

Britain is currently part of the EU's civil judicial cooperation system, meaning that families living in different parts of the European Union have had a clear set of rules to manage cross-border disputes.

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" Every school should have an optimised sound environment and the key to achieving this is with good room acoustics. Quality sound absorption improves the teaching space sound environment as ancillary sounds and echoes cease to distract students. Good room acoustics put the sound focus where it should be.

It is a fact that audio canals don’t develop completely until the age of seventeen or eighteen years of age and as crucial learning years start well before that, a sound learning environment should be a mandatory and key consideration in schools.

Sadly until 20 years ago, there were no regulations around acoustics in schools. It is frightening to think that half of the schools built in the past 20 years have not complied with obligatory acoustic regulation so parents should be concerned. Certainly Respace acousticians are concerned.

Respace recognises that good acoustics are crucial in ensuring an optimised teaching and learning platform. It works to help the education sector achieve and exceed where possible, the building regulations standard for new schools. It also believes established schools should be afforded the same benefit in working to improve school room acoustics.

The result in improving school acoustics is six fold. First and foremost, good room acoustics lead to improved student communication. They also facilitate enhanced teacher control. They provide for speech clarity which aids learning. Good room acoustics in a school will create a more natural learning environment that will contribute to improved student results. Lastly and importantly, they will also help to reduce teacher stress and fatigue. All of the above are advantages that no school can afford to do without.

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