14 Oct

Cause of deadly air ambulance helicopter crash remains a mystery

first_img(Dustin Dagenais was one of the paramedics killed in helicopter crash. Facebook photo)APTN National NewsAn air ambulance helicopter heading to Attawapiskat in northern Ontario to pick up a patient crashed shortly after taking off just past midnight Friday, killing all four people aboard.The Sikorsky S76 helicopter built in 1980, crashed at about 12:11 a.m. after leaving the Ornge base in Moosonee, Ont., said Rob Giguere, chief operating officer for the air and land ambulance firm that operates throughout Ontario.The crashed killed pilots, Capt. Don Filliter, of Skead, Ont., and Jacques Dupuy, from Otterburn Park, Que., along with paramedics Dustin Dagenais, of Moose Factory, Ont., and Chris Snowball, from Burlington, Ont.The helicopter wreckage was found about a kilometre away from the Ornge base.The federal Transportation Safety Board has sent investigators to the site.Giguere said it remains unclear what caused the accident. He said there was “good visibility” at the time with overcast skies.Dagenais had been posted in the region for about five years, according to a colleague who requested anonymity.“He was a person that would go out there for anybody,” said the colleague. “I know talking to him, he always said he was one of those guys that would stick up for the person that was not so popular or the guy getting picked on. That is how he lived his life, he was very giving. He was probably one of the nicest guys I ever knew.”At Dagenais’ home a friend said people were concerned about his wife and his family.At the paramedics station in Attawapiskat the scene was also somber.“Everyone is pretty upset,” said one of the paramedics posted there. “The phone has been ringing off the hook.”last_img read more

11 Oct

UN calls for 750 million to treat 35 million women with obstetric

11 October 2010Secretary-General Ban Ki-moon is calling for at least $750 million to treat some 3.5 million cases of obstetric fistula by 2015 in an effort to cure the debilitati ng injury caused by obstruction in giving birth. “Obstetric fistula is one of the most devastating consequences of neglect during childbirth and a stark example of health inequity in the world,” he says in a report to the General Assembly released today, in which he calls for intensified investment in cost-effective interventions, including surgery, to address the problem that afflicts women with the leakage of bodily wastes.“Although the condition has been eliminated in the developed world, obstetric fistula continues to afflict the most impoverished women and girls, most of whom live in rural and remote areas of the developing world.”Reconstructive surgery can repair fistula injury and most women can be treated and, with appropriate psychosocial care, reintegrated into their communities, but few health-care facilities are able to provide high-quality fistula treatment owing to the limited number of health-care professionals with the appropriate skills.Apart from surgery, Mr. Ban stresses prevention, noting that the condition is almost entirely preventable when there is universal and equitable access to quality maternal and reproductive health services. The same interventions that prevent maternal mortality can also prevent maternal morbidity. He notes that three interventions have the most important and immediate impact on maternal death and disability: family planning; attendance during childbirth by skilled health personnel, such as a midwife; and emergency obstetric care, in particular Caesarean sections. Early marriage is also an issue with adolescent girls particularly at risk for obstetric fistula at a much higher rate than women in their twenties.The UN World Health Organization (WHO) estimates that each year some 50,000 to 100,000 women worldwide are affected by obstetric fistula, a figure that Mr. Ban says may be an underestimate, as it is based on facility data, and a significant number of impoverished women from rural and remote areas in developing countries who experience complicated labour are likely never to reach a hospital.UN Population Fund (UNFPA) Executive Director Thoraya Ahmed Obaid welcomed the report. “Every year millions of women suffer from pregnancy and birth-related complications, as well as injuries,” she said in a statement. “Through working together we can ensure that fistula is something of the past.” UNFPA leads the global Campaign to End Fistula with a wide range of partners. Since 2003 the agency provided support to 47 countries, resulting in fistula treatment and care for some 16,000 women and the training of thousands of health-care personnel in prevention and management. “The funds required to provide quality fistula repair reflect the magnitude of the problem,” Campaign coordinator Gillian Slinger said. “If we consider the backlog of fistula cases and the treatment costs of approximately $300 per repair, we can conclude that the figures mentioned by the report are a conservative estimate.” read more

2 Oct

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JACKSONVILLE (4-8) at TENNESSEE (6-6)THURSDAY, 8:20 p.m. ET, Fox, NFLN, Prime VideoOPENING LINE — Titans by 4 1/2RECORD VS. SPREAD — Jacksonville 4-6-2, Tennessee 6-6SERIES RECORD — Titans lead 28-20LAST MEETING — Titans beat Jaguars 9-6, Sept. 16LAST WEEK — Jaguars beat Colts 6-0; Titans beat Jets 26-22AP PRO32 RANKING — Jets No. 26, Titans No. t-16JAGUARS OFFENSE — OVERALL (24), RUSH (18), PASS (24)JAGUARS Defence — OVERALL (3), RUSH (16), PASS (10)TITANS OFFENSE — OVERALL (28), RUSH (17), PASS (29)TITANS Defence — OVERALL (9), RUSH (t-19), PASS (5)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES — Titans have won 14 of last 17 at home. … Titans have won three straight vs. Jaguars and five of last six. … Jaguars coming off seventh shutout in franchise history and fourth overall in NFL this season. … Jaguars DE Yannick Ngakoue has seven sacks in last nine games. … Jacksonville is 1-4 on road this season. … Jaguars QB Cody Kessler completed 75 per cent of passes with 90.6 passer rating and ran for 28 yards last week. Kessler threw for career-high 336 yards and two TDs in only career start vs. Titans on Oct. 16, 2016, with Browns. … Jaguars RB Leonard Fournette ran for 95 yards and two TDs in last game before one-game suspension. Fournette averaging 98.5 yards from scrimmage in two games vs. Titans. … Jaguars LB Telvin Smith had 12 tackles, tackle for loss and forced fumble last week. … CB D.J. Hayden seventh player on Jaguars’ defence with interception this season after pick last week. … Titans allowing 20.4 points per game, sixth fewest in NFL. … Titans QB Marcus Mariota had 12th winning drive last week and eighth since start of 2017 season. … Mariota threw for 282 yards with two TDs and one interception last week. He also had team-high 43 yards rushing. … Titans WR Taywan Taylor had career-high 104 yards receiving vs. Jets. … Titans LB Jayon Brown one of two NFL players with 70 or more tackles and at least six sacks this season. … Fantasy tip: Mariota came off bench to beat Jaguars with his legs in Week 2. Now healthy, he also has speedy Taylor available to attack through air.___For more NFL coverage: http://www.pro32.ap.org and http://www.twitter.com/AP_NFLThe Associated Press read more

25 Sep

Unemployed nonBVI nationals urged to leave hurricaneravaged country

Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCARICOM nationals leaving hurricane battered BVISeptember 15, 2017In “latest news”Irma aftermath: Some Guyanese want to return home, while others will remain- CDCSeptember 19, 2017In “latest news”Hurricane Irma claims Guyanese lifeSeptember 10, 2017In “Local News” VIRGIN GORDA, British Virgin Islands (CMC) — A senior British Virgin Islands (BVI) government official is encouraging non-nationals, who can’t find work after the damage caused by Hurricane Irma, to leave the British Overseas Territory.The roofless building where CARICOM nationals have found shelter following the passage of Hurricane Irma (Photo: CMC)Vincent Wheatley, the Sister Islands Programme Coordinator in Deputy Governor’s Office, made the call even as several Caribbean Community (CARICOM) nationals, including those from St Vincent and the Grenadines and Guyana, were among other non-BVI nationals being housed in a community centre that had been stripped of its roofing shingles.The building is at risk of being flooded if it rains, as only the woodwork on the roof, which was damaged in some areas, is protecting the occupants of the shelters from the elements.Wheatley told the Caribbean Media Corporation (CMC) that about 100 people remain in shelters on the island, which has a population of 3,500, a large number of who are expatriates.A Caribbean Disaster Management Agency (CDEMA) team deployed to do rapid needs assessment on Virgin Gorda on Tuesday found that between 70 and 80 per cent of the housing stock was destroyed or damaged so badly that they are uninhabitable.Wheatley said that so far, there have been daily evacuations mainly to America and European countries, through helicopter service and a boat service to Puerto Rico.“We’ve had none to the Eastern Caribbean countries because LIAT hasn’t been able to fly but we have been told that by Thursday or Friday of this week, LIAT plans to start the service to like Antigua and St Vincent and the rest of the Caribbean,” he said.“We are going to encourage all nationals who can’t survive here, who can’t find work to please go back to your respective countries and come back at a later date. Those who are willing to stick it out with us, we encourage those able bodied persons to please stay and help us rebuild,” Wheatley said.Wheatley, who has general governmental responsibilities on the islands outside of Tortola — mainly Jost Van Dyke, Virgin Gorda, and Enegada — told CMC that Virgin Gorda has been totally “demolished” by Hurricane Irma.“It’s the worst thing we have seen in a very long time. One word describes Virgin Gorda right now: catastrophic.”Irma has been blamed for the loss of five lives in the BVI, but Wheatley said there were no deaths in Virgin Gorda and no major injuries.The clinic on the island is functioning even as the authorities acknowledge there has been extensive damage to buildings all over the island“A lot of folks are without homes, a lot of folks have lost all their possessions, including myself,” he said, noting however there is still a lot of food and water, thanks to their partners, who are donating.Two shelters are operating, one at the Methodist Church in North Sound and the Catholic Community Centre in The Valley.“But since the hurricane, we have had to build some new, makeshift shelters,” Wheatley told CMC, adding “it’s been a very difficult and challenge sing week, because, from Tuesday last week, the day before the hurricane, we had no telecommunication.“We’ve had absolutely no communication with any other entity in the BVI. So we have had absolutely no governmental support. Being totally cut off, we organised ourselves into a group, a community group.”Wheatley chairs the group and there are 12 subcommittees, looking at things like electricity restoration, shelters, food distribution, and acquiring food from outside the jurisdiction. read more

22 Sep

Alen Blazevic to Pick Szeged

Alen BlazevicPick Szeged ← Previous Story SG Flensburg is German vice-champion – Ljubomir Vranjes stays until 2017! Next Story → THW Kiel and Milutin Dragicevic – The End! One of the biggest Croatian talents, Alen Blazevic (26) signs contract with Hungarian vice-champion, Pick Szeged. That is an unofficial information from Hungary which means that left back, who spent season in Spanish Guadalajara will back closer to home after only one season in ASOBAL. Before Spain, Blazevic has played for Nexe Nasice, but most of the time he was in Slovenia – Cimos Koper and Gorenje Velenje. read more

21 Sep

Phantom vibration feedback system will make being shot or stabbed feel almost

first_imgVibration in game controllers has become the norm for the major consoles. The vibration units contained in the PS3 DualShock controller or the Xbox 360 controller can give a range of feedback from low rumbles to short, sharp violent movement. One thing they can’t do is simulate an object passing through your body, something the University of Electro-Communications in Japan hopes to change.The Kajimoto research group at the university is experimenting with a new form of hand mounted vibration unit. The aim is to develop a system where by it is possible to simulate the sensation of an object passing through your hand or other part of your body.They are referring to the device as a “phantom sensation device” and it works on the principle that if you stimulate two areas of skin at the same time, it can give the sensation of something passing between them. In the initial experiments, when you do this on the palm and back of a person’s hand, it can easily be made to feel like something passes through it.The sensation device is still in development, but currently relies on a Wii Remote to track the movement of your hand in 3D space. A vibration unit is then placed on the front and back of the hand that can vary the amount and timing of the vibration being applied on either side. Introducing software to that equation allows the user to experience an object on screen passing through their own hand.The test setup currently uses a ball that drops from the top of the screen to the bottom repeatedly. If the user wearing the phantom sensation device positions their hand correctly, they can both see and feel the ball passing through their hand.The aim of these experiments is to create a device that can be used to give better feedback in games. One example is being stabbed in a game and feeding that back physically to the player. There’s also no suggestion that this will be limited to the hand, meaning one day, being shot in a game may actually allow you to feel the sensation of the bullets passing through your body if you are wearing the right equipment.Read more at Akihabaranewslast_img read more

21 Sep

The 9 at 9 Tuesday

first_img Tue 7:50 AM By Daragh Brophy 11,225 Views Image: Shutterstock/Mcimage Image: Shutterstock/Mcimage Get the 9 at 9 News audio The 9 at 9: Tuesday Here’s everything you need to know as you start your day. Tweet thisShare on FacebookEmail this articlecenter_img Tuesday 10 Sep 2019, 8:36 AM Short URL No Comments Share Tweet Email https://jrnl.ie/4802660 EVERY MORNING TheJournal.ie brings you all the news you need to know as you start the day.1. #PROROGUED There were angry scenes in the House of Commons overnight as the UK government pressed ahead with its plan to suspend parliament until mid-October. MPs had earlier rejected Boris Johnson’s second bid to call an early general election. 2. #HOGAN Ireland’s Phil Hogan is set to be confirmed as the new EU trade commissioner later today, RTÉ is reporting. Hogan has been a strong critic of Brexiteers recently, and last month accused Boris Johnson of “gambling” with the peace process. 3. #DERRY Police in Derry came under attack from petrol bombs last night during a search operation at a housing estate in the Creggan area. Officers say over 40 petrol bombs were thrown.4. #FATAL ATTACK Three people have been killed in an apparent family shooting at a home in the southern Dutch city of Dordrecht. Local media reported that the attacker was a policeman who also shot himself 5. #ONLINE SAFETY More than one in ten children aged 8 to 13 are spending more than four hours a day online, according to figures released in a new report from Cybersafe Ireland. 6. #SANDWICH BOARD WARS Dublin City Council has seized almost 60 sandwich boards from businesses since controversial new regulations came into effect at the start of the month. Four new inspectors were employed as part of the council crackdown.7. #SPY GAME It’s emerged the US successfully extracted one of its highest-level covert sources from inside the Russian government in 2017, partly due to concerns they could be compromised, according to a report by CNN. 8. #WATER The Environmental Protection Agency has highlighted its concerns over the rise in Cryptosporidium detection in Ireland’s drinking water in the past three years. However the quality of our water supply, in general, remains high. 9. #THE OUTLOOK It will be dry today with spells of sunshine and fog patches, Met Éireann is reporting. Cloud building later and some rain around this afternoon and evening. On the go? You can now listen to the 9 at 9 as an audio bulletin from TheJournal.ie, supported by Volkswagen. Get started by hitting the button below.last_img read more

1 Sep

LGBTQ Creators Sue YouTube Over Alleged Discrimination

first_img Silicon Valleywood: Content Creators Discuss if Storytelling is Driven by Data A group of LGBTQ+ creators has sued YouTube and its parent company Google, alleging that the video platform was regularly restricting their abilities to make money with their videos based on their sexual orientation. The lawsuit, which was filed in federal court in California Tuesday and first reported by the Washington Post Wednesday morning, seeks class-action status.“YouTube is engaged in discriminatory, anticompetitive, and unlawful conduct that harms a protected class of persons under California law,” the lawsuit alleges. A YouTube spokesperson responded to the lawsuit with the following statement:“We’re proud that so many LGBTQ creators have chosen YouTube as a place to share their stories and build community. All content on our site is subject to the same policies. Our policies have no notion of sexual orientation or gender identity and our systems do not restrict or demonetize videos based on these factors or the inclusion of terms like “gay” or “transgender.” In addition, we have strong policies prohibiting hate speech, and we quickly remove content that violates our policies and terminate accounts that do so repeatedly.” The lawsuit also cites recent reports by the New York Times that suggested that the video platform was in part to blame for the election of Brazil’s far-right and homophobic president Jair Bolsonaro, and reference recent appearances of Google and YouTube executives in congressional hearings.In addition to monetary compensation, the lawsuit is also asking the court to order an injunction that would stop YouTube from “censoring, restricting, restraining, or regulating speech based on the discretionary use or application of discriminatory, animus-based, arbitrary, capricious, vague, unspecified, or subjective criteria, rules, guidelines, and/or practices.”Update: 12:53pm: This post was updated with the statement of a YouTube spokesperson. YouTube Rings in Era of Ad-Supported Originals By Making ‘Cobra Kai’ Free to Watch Popular on Variety center_img The lawsuit was filed on behalf of the creators of GNews!, Bria Kam and Chrissy Chambers (BriaAndChrissy), Chase Ross (uppercaseCHASE1), Lindsay Amer (Queer Kid Stuff) and Amp Somers (Watts The Safeword).In their lawsuit, these creators allege that YouTube regularly labels their videos as offensive or sexually explicit simply because of their sexual orientation. They also allege that their videos are regularly being demonetized, that YouTube changes their thumbnail videos, and excludes them from content recommendations, resulting in suppressed view counts.This all happens while YouTube doesn’t enforce its content policies against users harassing LGBTQ creators, the lawsuit alleges:“Defendants’ control and regulation of speech on YouTube has resulted in a chaotic cesspool where popular, compliant, top quality, and protected LGBTQ+ content is restricted, stigmatized, and demonetized as “shocking,” “inappropriate,” “offensive,” and “sexually explicit,” while homophobic and racist hatemongers run wild and are free to post vile and obscene content on the pages and channels of the LGBTQ+ Plaintiffs and other LGBTQ+ content creators.”To further make their case, the plaintiffs published a video on YouTube Wednesday morning:The lawsuit comes just a few months after YouTube faced a backlash over the way it handled homophobic speech on its platform. At the time, YouTube CEO Susan Wojcicki apologized for its handling of a particularly high-profile case, which involved the far-right YouTube commentator Steven Crowder mocking gay Vox journalist Carlos Maza.“I know the decision we made was very hurtful to the LGBT community and that was not our intention at all,” she said during an interview at Recode’s Code Conference.The lawsuit alleges that this was just a PR exercise: “Instead of taking LGBTQ+ reports of viewpoint discrimination and selective restrictions on LGBTQ+ content seriously, Ms. Wojcicki spent some of her “personal vacation” time doing carefully scripted PR or “selfie” interviews with selected YouTubers.” Related ×Actors Reveal Their Favorite Disney PrincessesSeveral actors, like Daisy Ridley, Awkwafina, Jeff Goldblum and Gina Rodriguez, reveal their favorite Disney princesses. Rapunzel, Mulan, Ariel,Tiana, Sleeping Beauty and Jasmine all got some love from the Disney stars.More VideosVolume 0%Press shift question mark to access a list of keyboard shortcutsKeyboard Shortcutsplay/pauseincrease volumedecrease volumeseek forwardsseek backwardstoggle captionstoggle fullscreenmute/unmuteseek to %SPACE↑↓→←cfm0-9Next UpJennifer Lopez Shares How She Became a Mogul04:350.5x1x1.25×1.5x2xLive00:0002:1502:15last_img read more

28 Aug

Fuel price What is in store for motorists in SeptemberFuel price What

first_imgMotorists, brace yourselves for another fuel price increase in September.The Central Energy Fund (CEF) published its latest data and it looks like fuel prices will increase by 15 cents for 93 petrol and 17 cents for both 0.05% and 0.005% sulphur diesel.95 petrol is set to increase by 18 cents mid-month and illuminating paraffin should decrease by six cents per litre.Read also: 3 fuel stops closed to motorists Also read: What can you expect from the petrol price next month? This according to the current rand / dollar exchange; the rand is trading at R14.32 against the dollar.Click to receive news links via WhatsApp. Or  for the latest news, visit our webpage or follow us on Facebook and Twitter. Join us there! WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite WebsiteWebsiteWebsite last_img read more

27 Aug

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18 Aug

Little certainty 1 year after airliner shot down in Ukraine

first_imgA draft version of the final report was circulated this month to representatives of Malaysia, Ukraine, the U.S., Russia, Britain, Australia and the Netherlands for their comments and suggested revisions. Oleg Storchevoi, a deputy chief of the Russian aviation agency, said the agency has complaints regarding both the technical data and the arguments in the report. He did not give details.But a U.S. official told The Associated Press that the draft says the plane was destroyed by a Russian-made Buk surface-to-air missile fired from the village of Snizhne, which was under rebel control. The official, who wasn’t authorized to comment publicly, spoke on condition of anonymity.The probe is being led by The Netherlands because 196 of the victims were Dutch, and Ukraine agreed to give Holland formal responsibility for the investigation.CRIMINAL INVESTIGATIONA probe by the Dutch national prosecutor’s office aims to establishing who was responsible. This investigation includes authorities from Ukraine, Malaysia and other countries whose nationals were among the victims, but Russia is not a participant.It is unclear whom the investigators are questioning, or the extent of the evidence they’ve collected. The prosecutor’s office released a video calling on witnesses to come forward and indicated the probe is focusing on rebel or Russian involvement. The video asks for information about a Buk-11 missile system that was spotted moving through the rebel territory before and after the crash, then possibly heading for the Russian border. The investigative organization Bellingcat also has devoted attention to this missile-launcher, claiming it can be traced to one that was stored in the rebels’ main stronghold of Donetsk. Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility A fog of vehement allegations, macabre claims and self-serving rhetoric shrouds the tragedy.Within hours of the July 17, 2014 crash, a crucial fact appeared clear — the wreckage was strewn over such a wide area that the plane must have broken into bits long before it fell. Most evidence points to the plane, which departed from Amsterdam en route to Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia, being taken down by a missile over an area controlled by pro-Russia rebels.But whether the missile was fired from a warplane or from the ground remains unclear. As is the question of who fired: the Ukrainian army, the separatist rebels or Russian forces allegedly backing them with troops and arms. An international investigation may be able to answer the first question, but not until at least October. Another probe addressing the second is likely to take until at least next year.A look at where the investigations and theories stand:CRASH CAUSEThe investigation led by the Dutch Safety Board aims only to determine the crash cause, not to ascribe blame. That’s likely to produce a report loaded with esoteric technical detail. A preliminary report from the board in September was able to say only that the plane was destroyed by “high-energy objects” that pierced it from outside. Mesa family survives lightning strike to home ___Lowy reported from Washington, D.C. Mike Corder in Amsterdam contributed to this report.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies FOR STORY UKRAINE MH17 WHERE THINGS STAND – FILE – In this Saturday, July 19, 2014 file photo emergency workers carry the body of a victim at the crash site of a Malaysia Airlines jet near the village of Hrabove, eastern Ukraine. A year since a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was blown out of the sky over war-ravaged eastern Ukraine, killing 298 people, there has been little definitive progress in determining what brought down Flight MH17. (AP Photo/Evgeniy Maloletka, file) Arizona families, Arizona farms: A legacy of tradition embracing animal care and comfort through modern technology Top Stories Comments   Share   Despite missile-maker’s statement, Russia’s top investigative body says it regards the warplane as its top theory and claims to be protecting a Ukrainian witness who has identified the plane’s pilot.In any case, Russian President Vladimir Putin has said, Ukraine is morally responsible for the crash because it occurred in a war that Russia claims was launched by Ukraine.LOOSE ENDSOne of the enduring mysteries of the tragedy is whether the rebels actually publicly admitted to downing the plane. Just minutes after the crash, a posting appeared on the social media account of then-rebel commander Igor Girkin, saying that the rebels had shot down a Ukrainian An-26 transport plane and it crashed in the same area as MH17. The rebels had shot down several Ukrainian planes in the early months of the war, but apparently with shoulder-fired missiles that could not reach the altitude at which MH17 was flying. The posting was later scrubbed from the account, with the explanation that the post was not by Girkin himself but by someone else with access to the account.Girkin also was notorious for claiming that many of the people on MH17 were dead before the plane took off, which he said was based on witness accounts that the bodies were putrefying immediately after the crash. Here’s how to repair and patch damaged drywall Rebel officials at the time denied having any such missile systems, although Russian news agencies had reported rebel claims of seizing some from Ukrainian forces a few weeks earlier.Russia is opposing a proposed UN Security Council resolution to establish an international criminal tribunal for the crash; Moscow has veto power in the security council.RUSSIA’S THEORIESA few days after the crash, the Russian Defense Ministry showed photos it said proved that Ukrainian surface-to-air systems were operating in the area before the crash. Russian officials also said they had evidence that a Ukrainian Su-25 fighter jet had flown “between 3 to 5 kilometers (2 to 3 miles)” from the Malaysia Airlines jet.The latter theory was revisited a few months later when state television released a satellite photograph that it claimed showed that a Ukrainian fighter jet shot down MH17. The photo purportedly came from a little-known person who identified himself as an aviation expert. Bloggers following the case quickly claimed the photo was a forgery.In June, the Russian manufacturer of Buk systems said it had concluded the airliner was indeed brought down by a Buk, but an older model no longer in service in Russia. It said such systems were still used by the Ukrainian army, but it was not clear if the Buks reportedly seized by rebels a year earlier would have included that model. Top holiday drink recipes Arizona families, Arizona farms: providing the local community with responsibly produced dairy Sponsored Stories MOSCOW (AP) — A year since a Malaysia Airlines Boeing 777 was blown out of the sky over war-ravaged eastern Ukraine — killing 298 people — there has been little official word of progress in determining what brought down Flight MH17. One of the probes under way reportedly points toward a ground-to-air missile fired from a village held by Russia-backed separatist rebels, but the report isn’t to be public for months. Another investigation trudges forward with painful slowness, and contradictory theories emerge from Moscow.last_img read more

11 Aug

Go back to the enewsletter Silversea Expeditions

first_imgGo back to the e-newsletterSilversea Expeditions has announced that the internationally recognised scientist, conservationist and educator Dr Biruté Mary Galdikas will join Silver Discoverer‘s 18 October 2016 expedition cruise as a guest lecturer. Famous for her studies and work with the orangutans of Indonesian Borneo in their natural habitat, she is considered the world’s foremost authority on the orangutan.This unique 11-day voyage sailing from Balikpapan to Singapore, will explore the exotic islands of Indonesia, spending more than two full days in the port of Kumai, gateway to Tanjung Puting National Park and legendary Camp Leakey. Operated by Dr Galdikas’ non-profit Orangutan Foundation International (OFI), Camp Leakey is the site of the primatologist’s pioneering research in the wild.During an enriching onboard presentation, Dr Galdikas will share insights from her 45 years devoted to the study, care and preservation of endangered orangutans. Additionally, she will lead a private tour to Camp Leakey, where guests can experience close-up encounters with these amazing animals. Along the way, guests will be immersed in magnificent tropical scenery where they may spot proboscis monkeys, gibbons and macaques, as well as birds from more than 200 species.In the company of Dr Galdikas, Silversea guests will also be granted rare access to the OFI’s Orangutan Care Centre and Quarantine facility located in the village of Pasir Panjang. The rehabilitation centre is home to numerous orphaned, sick or injured orangutans. Normally closed to the public, it has occasionally opened its doors to a select group of visitors, including former US President Bill Clinton.Mark Conroy, Silversea’s Managing Director for the Americas, said: “We’re extremely honoured to have Dr Galdikas join this special cruise to talk about her work in Borneo and personally guide our guests on their visit to her world-famous Camp Leakey and Orangutan Care Center. This is an exceptional opportunity for nature lovers and conservation-minded travellers to discover the remarkable islands of Indonesia and help support efforts to protect the region’s endangered wildlife.”Throughout her life, Dr Galdikas has fought tirelessly for orangutan conservation. After meeting with Kenyan anthropologist Dr Louis Leakey in 1969, she expressed her desire to study the orangutan in the wild. It took three years for Dr Leakey to secure the funding and support for Dr Galdikas to begin her research. To honour her mentor, she named her first camp after him. Among her many awards, Dr Galdikas is the only non-Indonesian born person to have been given the prestigious Kalpataru award, the highest honour given by Indonesia for outstanding environmental leadership.For each guest on this unique voyage of Silver Discoverer, Silversea Expeditions will donate $100 to the non-profit Orangutan Foundation International, a 501(c) (3) charity.Go back to the e-newsletterlast_img read more

10 Aug

by Hillel Italie The Associated Press Posted

first_img by Hillel Italie, The Associated Press Posted Sep 17, 2018 6:31 am PDT Last Updated Sep 17, 2018 at 8:20 am PDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email FILE – This May 6, 2013 photo shows composer Burt Bacharach posing for a portrait in New York. The celebrated songwriter has collaborated with fellow Grammy winner Rudy Perez on “Live to See Another Day,” an emotional ballad inspired by the Parkland massacre and other school shootings. (Photo by Scott Gries/Invision/AP, File) School shootings inspire new Bacharach songcenter_img NEW YORK, N.Y. – At age 90, Burt Bacharach hasn’t lost faith in the power of music.“Music softens the heart, makes you feel something if it’s good, brings in emotion that you might not have felt before,” he told The Associated Press during a recent telephone interview. “It’s a very powerful thing if you’re able to do to it, if you have it in your heart to do something like that.”The celebrated songwriter has collaborated with fellow Grammy winner Rudy Perez on “Live to See Another Day,” a sombre ballad inspired by the Parkland massacre and other school shootings. Released Monday, the song was recorded with the Miami Symphony Orchestra and features the vocals of two Florida teens, Haven Star and Angie Green. Proceeds will be donated to the Sandy Hook Promise Foundation, an anti-gun violence organization based in Newtown, Connecticut, where a gunman killed 20 schoolchildren in 2012.Bacharach says the new song, which includes such lyrics as “We can’t live like this forever/ Got to have a change of heart,” was about love and “keeping our kids safe.”“It’s just crazy,” he said of the school shootings. “I think the best you can do (as a songwriter) as far as putting out a message, is … move people.”Perez said in a statement that “Live to See Another Day” is “our cry to stop the violence aimed at our children in schools.”Bacharach is among the most successful composers of his time, with hits including “I Say a Little Prayer,” ”Alfie” and “I’ll Never Fall in Love Again.” He’s not thought of as a “protest” writer, but current events have moved him before. In the mid-1960s, he and lyricist Hal David were concerned about the country’s growing presence in Vietnam and wrote “What the World Needs Now,” a standard that Bacharach still features in live performance. Onstage, he might make a joke about President Donald Trump’s promise to build a wall along the Mexican border or dedicate a song to victims in Puerto Rico of Hurricane Maria.Bacharach says he has no plans to stop writing, or performing. He contributes music to a new album by Elvis Costello, a longtime admirer with whom Bacharach has worked with before, and he continues to tour, including a two-hour show in July at London’s Royal Festival Hall.“You can throw up your hands and say, ‘I can’t do this anymore,’ but it’s what I do. I’m not just going to stop and retire, that is like dying, you know.”____Sandy Hook Promise Foundation: sandyhookpromise.orgVideo link https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=67bJcPztqt8&feature=youtu.belast_img read more

9 Aug

Business as usual at coop say officials

first_imgThe Cooperative Central Bank (CCB) indicated on Monday that other than some isolated cases of deposit withdrawals from worried customers there was nothing even approximating a run on the bank.Asked about whether people were taking their cash out, spokespersons for the CCB referred back to the statement made last week by the bank’s head Nicolas Hadjiyiannis.Speaking on Friday, Hadjiyiannis said rumours surrounding the state-owned lender had caused “distress and created certain operational problems”.But, he added, the bank’s capital adequacy ratio was currently at 15 per cent, higher even than the designated 14.1 per cent threshold.“At this time, the bank has no lack of capital,” he stressed.Hadjiyiannis called on politicians to leave the bank out of the election campaign.His remarks came in the wake of the furore caused by President Nicos Anastasiades, who a day earlier had accused people close to a rival presidential candidate of having urged the provident funds of two governmental organisations to take their workers’ deposits out of the CCB.It later emerged Anastasiades was referring to aides of presidential candidate Nicolas Papadopoulos.Papadopoulos’ team vehemently denied the president’s allegations.Anastasiades’ assertion was that the campaign teams of rival candidates were spreading malicious rumours about the state of the CCB, in order to undermine the lender and thus the government.The CCB was recapitalised with almost €1.7bn in taxpayers’ money in 2014 and 2015.The lender is currently struggling with €6.4bn of non-performing loans, accounting for more than half of its loan portfolio, and is at the same time working on a plan to raise fresh private capital.On December 12, economist Marios Clerides, who served as CEO until 2015, said that election promises to trim loans and relieve guarantors not only threatened financial stability but also undermined the co-op’s recapitalisation efforts.The comment was seen as a direct reference to Papadopoulos’s campaign ads.In response to the rumours, the central bank had issued a statement describing them as unfounded and not helpful to financial stability.The central bank said co-ops, along with the island’s three other systemic banks, were under the supervision of the European Central Bank and their deposits were covered by EU directives.Speaking on condition of anonymity, sources told the Cyprus Mail that whispers of a possible new ‘haircut’ at the CCB began circulating in November last year.The chatter can be traced back to the campaign teams of two opposition presidential candidates, they added.“These rumours are totally unfounded. Nothing specific has happened to warrant them,” the same sources said. You May LikeDr. Marty ProPower Plus Supplement3 Dangerous Foods People Feed Their Dogs (Without Realizing It)Dr. Marty ProPower Plus SupplementUndoPopularEverythingColorado Mom Adopted Two Children, Months Later She Learned Who They Really ArePopularEverythingUndoTotal Battle – Online Strategy GameIf You’re PC User This Strategy Game Is A Must-Have!Total Battle – Online Strategy GameUndo Turkish Cypriot actions in Varosha ‘a clear violation’ of UN resolutions, Nicosia saysUndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoPensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

21 Jan

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12 Jan

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11 Jan

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24 Nov

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21 Nov

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20 Nov

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