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Casablanca – This summer in Germany has turned into the summer of refugees. This issue is a priority of Germany’s political agenda and feeds their local newspapers on a regular basis.Hundreds of thousands of refugees have fled to Germany for protection and support. The German authorities have nearly reached their limits: personally, physically, and emotionally. The situation in German refugee camps is currently full of chaos, nuisances, and violent outbursts. This is due to the overcrowding of camps and the lack of staff to cope with medical and psychological issues.The number of refugees is increasing tremendously. According to the German Federal Office for Migration and Refugees, approximately 180,000 new asylum applications were registered in the first half of 2015. This is a substantial increase from the numbers in 2014. Refugees have come to Germany from Syria, Albania, Afghanistan, Iraq, Serbia, Kosovo, Eritrea, Macedonia, Pakistan, and Montenegro.Although Germany tries to evenly distribute the refugees throughout the federal states, the problem of lack of accomodations remains. This led to temporary solutions, such as setting up tents in parks, parking lots, gyms, youth hostels, isolated fields, and others.The influx of refugees has split a clear line among the German public. While many Germans volunteer to help wherever possible, a minority of people, especially from the extreme right-wing, try to agitate the German people to develop xenophobia. read more

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Dakar – The 3rd edition of the Higher Education Fair by the Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC) opened, on Monday in Dakar, with the participation of Morocco as a guest of honor.The Moroccan delegation is led by Minister of Higher Education, Scientific Research and Executives’ Training Lahcen Daoudi, and includes notably Morocco’s ambassador in Dakar, Taleb Barrada.Held under the theme “Higher Education: For good quality and employability”, the fair, which is initiated mainly by the Senegalese Ministry of Higher Education and OIC’s Islamic Center for Development of Trade (ICDT), is aiming to increase intra-OIC trade of goods and services up to 25 percent by 2025. This event, which runs until May 12th, is also meant to encourage investment in the higher education sector and develop partnerships between the universities of Senegal and other OIC member states.The program features also an exhibition of higher education services, conferences and workshops.With MAP read more

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TORONTO — North American stock markets closed lower Wednesday as the indexes took a breather from the near record levels hit in the last few sessions.Here are the closing numbersTSX — 14,892.13-12.25 -0.08%S&P 500 —  1,943.89-6.90 -0.35%Dow — 16,843.88-102.04 -0.60%Nasdaq — 4,331.93 -6.06 -0.14%The S&P/TSX composite index pulled back 12.25 points to 14,892.13. The Canadian dollar gained 0.31 of a cent to 92.02 cents US.There have been predictions that the Toronto market might soon reach its record close of 15,073 set on June 18, 2008, just before the recession that saw stock values plummet. But that may not be the case as the TSX searches for direction in the face of little economic data or earnings news.In the U.S., the Dow Jones industrials dropped 102.04 points to 16,843.88, ending a five-day stretch of positive closes. The Nasdaq fell 6.07 points to 4,331.93 and the S&P 500 dipped 6.90 points to 1,943.89. The Wall Street indexes have been on a steady climb since April due to a number of encouraging economic reports, including solid jobs figures for May that were released last week.The World Bank has said it plans to cut its 2014 global growth forecast to 2.8% from 3.2%, citing a bitter American winter and the political crisis in Ukraine. However, recent data such as solid U.S. hiring and stronger Chinese exports in May suggest prospects for growth in the second half of the year aren’t all pessimistic.On commodity markets, the July crude contract on the New York Mercantile Exchange advanced five cents to US$104.40 a barrel amid a report from the U.S. Energy Department that oil supplies fell by 2.6 million barrels in the week ended June 6, more than double the 1.2 million barrels analysts expected.The Organization for Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC) which met in Vienna Wednesday is also expected to keep its output target of 30 million barrels a day unchanged.Energy markets were impacted after al-Qaida inspired militants who overran much of the Iraqi city of Mosul on Tuesday. Mosul is in an area that is usually — though not currently — a major gateway for Iraqi oil.August bullion climbed $1.10 to US$1,261.20 an ounce as the TSX gold sector led advancers with a 1.5% jump. July copper declined by a penny to US$3.04 a pound, with the TSX metals and mining sector fading 0.77%.The telecom sector was the index’s biggest decliner, falling 1.20%. Shares in Bell Aliant (TSX:BA) dropped 2.59%, or 75 cents, to $28.25, while Rogers Communications (TSX:RCI.B) stock declined by 2.3 %, or $1.03 to $43.67.Allan Small, a senior adviser at Holliswealth, said the negative news from the World Bank and Iraq had given North American markets an excuse to take a “bit of a pause” and come down from near all-time highs.“What we’re going to see going forward is more of what we’ve seen so far… sort of a grind higher,” he said. “I would be surprised to see the TSX get a significant jump.”Small anticipates oil and gold to eventually come down, which will weigh on the commodities-heavy TSX. But because other sectors like banks and railways have been pretty stable, the overall effect on the exchange won’t be too drastic.“There’s your balance,” he said. “We’ll see a lot of sideways trading going forward.”On the corporate front, Lululemon’s founder says there needs to be a shakeup with the board of directors at the yoga wear company if the company wants to increase shareholder value. Chip Wilson says he voted against two returning board members and urged others to do the same. But Lululemon’s shareholders rejected the idea and re-elected both directors at the company’s annual meeting in Vancouver. Lululemon reports its latest earnings on Thursday. Shares in the company closed down $1.18 or 2.59% at US$44.30 in New York.TOP STORIESOECD calls for Canada to shift mortgage risk from taxpayers to private-sectorMoody’s downgrades outlook for some Canadian bank debt over ‘bail-in’ regimeJoe Oliver’s hands-off on mortgages a ‘mistake’ in overheated market: Sun LifeLululemon founder calls for board shakeup to defend yoga-wear giant’s ‘core values’WHAT’S ON DECK THURSDAYCANADAOntario election 8:30 a.m.Capacity utilization (Q1): Economists expect 82.4% New housing price index (April) Economists expect 0.2% rise 10:30 a.m.Bank of Canada Financial System Review following by press conference with Governor Stephen Poloz UNITED STATES8:30 a.m.Weekly jobless claims:  Economists expect 310,000 new jobs, down from last week Import price index:  Economists expect 0.5% rise year over year Retail Sales (May):  Economists expect 0.6% rise 10 a.m.Business inventories (April): Economists expect 0.4% rise CORPORATE NEWSCANADADollarama Inc    Q1 earnings: Analysts expect 76¢ a share read more

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Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedNandlall challenges AG to approach CARICOM over local law school issueJanuary 10, 2018In “latest news”AG Williams maintains Guyana has permission to set up law schoolJanuary 22, 2018In “latest news”Nandlall refutes AG’s claim of “blocking” law schoolJanuary 27, 2017In “Local News” Former Attorney General and Legal Affairs Minister, Anil Nandlall has again raised several concerns over the government’s plan to set up a law school in Guyana; among them being that if, upon completion of the programme here Guyanese will have a recognised qualification to practice law throughout the Caribbean.Former Attorney General Anil Nandlall and current AG Basil WilliamsOne major concern for Nandlall is the move taken by Williams to proceed to sign a Memorandum of Understanding (MoU) with two institutions which he explained is a clear case of Government putting the “cart before the horse”.Nandlall said that he feels Williams also misrepresented to Cabinet that he obtained permission from the Council of Legal Education (CLE) to establish a law school in Guyana.In fact the CLE did indicate that Guyana was not granted permission, although the Attorney General declared several times that Guyana did obtain permission in 2017.Williams had attacked CLE Chairman Reginald Armour claiming that he (Armour) responded to a request from Nandlall to have the matter of Guyana establishing a law school put on the CLE agenda.In his defense, Nandlall said he did write the CLE chairman questioning him whether he was aware that Guyana is establishing a law school. The former minister also sought to find out whether permission was granted and whether the CLE had in fact authorized Guyana to establish such a law school.Nandlall maintains that if Government is going about establishing a law school, then it should be done in stages; that is to get the necessary permissions and so on.While the AG has named Guyana’s committee for the setting up for a law school, he said he is not yet ready to inform the CLE. These members include: Chancellor of the Judiciary (ag), Yonette Cummings-Edwards; Chief Justice (ag), Roxane George; Retired Justices Duke Pollard, Claudette Singh and Rudolph James; Professor Harold Lutchman, and the Registrar of UG, Dr Nigel Gravesande.Government announced in January 2017 it would start a project to establish the JOF Haynes Law School of the Americas. This school is being established through a public-private partnership entered into between the Government of Guyana, the Law School of the Americas (LCA) and the University College of the Caribbean (UCC), and will add to the existing options available to holders of a Bachelor of Laws (LLB). read more

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first_imgBoliden’s new electronics recycling facility at the Rönnskär copper smelter was opened last week by the Minister for the Environment, Lena Ek. The SEK1.3 billion investment increases the smelter’s capacity to 120,000 t/y “and thereby makes Boliden world leader in electronics recycling,” the company claims. The increased use of electronic products, shorter product lifecycles and stricter legislation governing electronic waste, means that the global availability of electronic scrap is increasing. “A growing share of the metal production will originate from recycling. With this project Boliden combines high environmental performance with good business returns,” says Lennart Evrell, President and CEO of Boliden.Boliden’s new facility increase Rönnskär’s electronics recycling capacity to 120,000 t/y. The expansion project started in 2010 and the smelting of electronic material in the new facilities began as planned in January 2012.“Boliden Rönnskär has for many years been a technological leader in the field of recycling electronics. This expansion takes advantage of our extensive experience in recycling electronics and enhances our competitive position in a growing market,” says Roger Sundqvist, General Manager at Rönnskär.The investment is in line with Boliden’s view of metals’ eco-cycle in a sustainable society. By increasing Rönnskär’s capacity, Boliden is helping ensure that more electronic scrap is recycled, rather than being sent to landfills.last_img read more

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first_imgClashes between aid-giving nations and development partnersA White Paper on Irish Aid stated that embracing a rights-based approach opens up a language that will be helpful in terms of justifying decisions and explaining actions to other development partners, adding that clashes of values between host governments and development partners can often “get sidelined into political point-scoring affairs that hurt relationships, results and endanger the rights of already vulnerable groups”.“>Frontline Defenders said in response to the brief said that the absence of a dedicated human rights presence within the Development Cooperation Division (DCD) has impacted on the commitments contained in the White Paper.Without coherent human rights expertise and direction within the DCD, it is difficult to see how the Government is monitoring and evaluating the human rights obligations and impact of the Irish Aid programme… Without a dedicated Human Rights Officer within the Development Cooperation Division, and in the absence of a Rights-Based Approach, there is no clarity regarding the effect, positive or negative, of Irish Aid interventions on human rights at country level.They added that the relationship between the Human Rights Unit in the Political Division of the DFA, and the Development Cooperation Division could also be stronger and criticised that the White Paper contained no reference to LGBTI rights. They added:Ireland has become an active and well respected player at multilateral level on LGBTI rights, specifically through it’s engagement at the Human Rights Council… Ireland has become an active and well respected player at multilateral level on LGBTI rights, specifically through it’s engagement at the Human Rights Council.Sheehan said Ireland could go further in positioning itself at the forefront of LGBT rights in developing countries, stating:We think that this experience  combined with our aid partnerships and our long involvement with education and health in many African countries, positions Ireland to play a significant role in supporting the development of LGBT rights in other countries. Column: Living for love, dying because of hate – the rising tide of homophobia in Africa>Column: Boycotting the Olympics would make things more difficult for Russia’s LGBT people> ACCORDING TO THE 2013 report from the International Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Trans and Intersex Association, 77 countries  have laws making homosexuality illegal.Ireland’s aid programme is ranked as one of the best in the world, with the country giving €623 million last year.We give aid to Ethiopia, Uganda and Zambia – all countries where homosexuality is illegal.Conditional aid is something that has been widely debated, with ethics and morality at the forefront of the argument. In situations where regimes overstep the mark internationally, sanctions are often introduced to attempt to enforce change, so is there an argument to be made that to bring about change to gay rights, bigger steps have to be taken?Map of where homosexuality is illegal. (Business Insider) To view list of countries click here. The argument is that countries that give aid – like Ireland – should not automatically believe they have a right to be a controlling force in the country.On the other side of the argument is a legitimate viewpoint that aid is not only given to alleviate poverty but also given to help the development of a strong government, human rights and a sustainable future for the country.Conditional aidThe question is; should the Irish government provide development aid to countries that criminalises homosexuality or should there be strings attached to the aid we provide regarding basic rights?In 2011, David Cameron pledged to slash aid to African countries with poor records on homosexual rights.The Prime Minister told struggling nations they would receive funding “fines” if persecution of gay people continues, going so far as cutting aid to Malawi by £19 million after two gay men were sentenced to 14 years hard labour.The Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade told that their position is clear: “Consensual, same-sex relationships should not be criminalised and we strongly support measures to ensure that the right to freedom of expression and association can be enjoyed effectively by all.”They added that Ireland’s commitment to the “promotion and protection of human rights is a fundamental feature of our foreign policy and aid programme” stating that their new Policy for International Development One World, One Future, identifies human rights and accountability as a key priority.The DFA said Ireland will continue to express their support for all human rights activists, in particular, those working on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender and Intersex (LGBTI) rights, stating they have made a firm commitment to combating discrimination on the grounds of sexual orientation.Ireland’s role Is this an ethical issue we should be looking more closely at? The DFA said this is something that has been on their radar for some time and something they raise with these countries. They stated: Ireland has its own particular history of progressing LGBT rights, where there has been a transformation over a relatively short timeframe. It’s just 20 years since we got rid of the old colonial laws which criminalised gay people here. At Ministerial and diplomatic level, Ireland continues to urge the Governments with whom we work to support the principle of non-discrimination in relation to sexual minorities.Speaking at the Front Line’s sixth Dublin Platform for Human Rights Defenders in 2011, Tanaiste Eamon Gilmore said the adoption of the Resolution on Human Rights, Sexual Orientation and Gender Identity, which Ireland co-sponsored at the UN Human Rights Council in Geneva in June 2011, was important as it was the first time a UN resolution explicitly acknowledged human rights protection as covering sexual orientation.Last year, Gilmore said it was a “profound advancement”.Speaking to, Brian Sheehan, Director of the Gay and Lesbian Equality Network (GLEN) said the recent developments in some countries are shocking and have created a real danger for many LGBT people.He said:The causes are complex and include for example the influence of religious groups based in America. It is important in addressing these urgent problems that we are guided by the perspective of local LGBT and human rights activists.He said he believed Ireland was in a unique position, stating:last_img read more

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first_img In the deepest point of the Indian Ocean, a mysterious “gelatinous” creature was spotted for perhaps the first time ever.As part of a mission to reach the deepest parts of all five of the world’s oceans, diver Victor Vescovo from the Five Deeps Expedition was exploring the depths of the Java Trench — which, at 23,596 feet deep is believed to be the deepest point in the Indian Ocean — when he and his team saw what might be a new species of jellyfish or sea creature that resembled a balloon on a string.The Five Deeps team captured footage of the creature, from DSV Limiting Factor, the world’s deepest diving, currently operational submarine, calling it an “extraordinary gelatinous animal” which “does not resemble anything seen before.”The creature is believed to be a tunicate, particularly a stalked ascidean, also known as a sea squirt.“Amongst many other rare and unique observations, the stalked Ascidean was a really significant moment,” Alan Jamieson, the expedition’s chief scientist, said in a statement. “It is not often we see something that is so extraordinary that it leaves us speechless. At this point we are not entirely sure what species it was, but we will find out in due course.”The DSV Limiting Factor surfaces following a pioneering dive in the Indian Ocean. It is the world’s deepest diving,currently operational submarine. (Photo Credit: Five Deeps Expedition)Jamieson told CNN Travel a tunicate would normally be anchored to the seafloor using its big long tentacle. “And it’s for some reason raising its body above the sea floor so it can filter food out the water,” he said.The scientist concluded that the creature has adapted to the particular conditions inside the Java Trench. “Trenches are quite seismic — and normally tunicates would be attached to the sea floor. And, now, if it’s quite a seismic environment, you run the risk of being buried — so an adaptation to destructive environments is to raise yourself off the sea floor and in this case using this big long tentacle,” Jamieson told CNN.Aside from the mysterious sea squirt, the team also spotted creatures such as starfish and sea cucumbers and several hadal snailfish — palm-size, pinkish, tadpole-like critters with small black eyes and semitransparent bodies, through which their liver is clearly visible.Victor Vescovo is the first human to dive the depths of the Java Trench in the Indian Ocean. (Photo Credit: Five Deeps Expedition)The Five Deeps Expedition is being filmed by Atlantic Productions for a five-part Discovery Channel documentary series due to air in late 2019. It is the first oceanic journey to take a manned, commercially certified submersible vessel further and deeper than any in history.In addition to the Java Trench dive, the expedition has also successfully conducted the first detailed, sonar mapping and sample-collection mission at the deepest part of the Diamantina Fracture Zone of the Indian Ocean – an area known as the Dordrecht Deep. Before they visited the Java Trench in the Indian Ocean, the Five Deeps team also dove down to the trenches of the Atlantic Ocean and the Southern Ocean around Antarctica.The next stop on the Five Deeps Expedition is the Challenger Deep within the Mariana Trench, commonly known as the deepest ocean trench on earth. The bottom of the Mariana Trench has been reached by only two other manned submersibles: James Cameron’s Deepsea Challenger in 2012, and Don Walsh and Jacques Piccard’s bathyscaphe Trieste in 1960 — both of which only reached the bottom once.More on Sea Creature Has a ‘Transient Anus’ That Only Appears When It’s NeededHeadless ‘Chicken Monster’ Spotted in Southern OceanOcean Rover Uncovers Rare Shark Nursery Off Irish Coast Extremely Rare, Two-Colored Lobster Found in MaineNew Species of Giant Flying Reptile Identified By Scientists Stay on targetlast_img read more

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first_imgBy: Kebba AF TourayJustice Minister, Abubacarr Tambedou has told Lawmakers that the NIA is a Constitutional creation and that any change of name given, should conform to the Constitutional procedure for amendment and urged that we should not look at cosmetic name changes only. Mr Tambadou made this remark during the adjournment debate of Friday 29th December 2017, at the National Assembly.“We should look at the laws establishing the National Intelligence Agency (NIA) to ensure that their responsibility properly reflects the intelligence outfit. So we are in the process of reviewing that law in consultation with the National Intelligence Agency”, he said. He further said they have had the first draft based on consultation with organizations outside the country and shared their suggestions with them; that they are now looking at those suggestions and comments, to make sure that the name is not only changed but their functions and responsibilities too.On the sale of cattle, he said Section 202 of the Constitution empowers the Commission of Enquiry, established by the president under Section 200, to issue interim orders which should not be arbitrary, but based on necessity among other things; that the decisions of the Commission that the Department of Livestock does not have the capacity to handle the number of cattle and the great risk of the cattle are dissipated as some are being unlawful slaughtered for food, stolen or dying, which if not handled will lead to a loss for both state and ex-president. “Because if the Commission comes back with recommendations that they rightfully belongs to him, they will or should be returned to him (former president), but if they die or dissipate, then of course he also loses when the decision is made”, he explained.He averred that when he received the letter from the Commission for the sale of the cattle, he engaged with the counsel to the Commission on the issue; that after their discussions, they agreed that while the Commission can exercise its jurisdiction to make interim orders in the abundance of caution, it may be better to approach the high court, which had given the original order of placing the cattle in the custody of the Department of Livestock.“This does not mean that the Commission does not have the power. In the abundance of caution we thought it may be better to approach the High Court and as a result of this, the sale of the cattle that was planned on Sunday will be suspended, to approach the High Court which gave the legal custody to the Department of Livestock to allow the sale of the cattle on the same reason and basis, that the Commission has taken in their decision”, he pointed out.On the issue of the Public Order Act, Mr. Tambadou informed the Assembly that in light of the Supreme Court judgment on the Public Order Act, they are on the stage of reviewing the Act; that it is very difficult to balance Acts when dealing with fundamental Human Rights with limitations; that this requires the need to ensure enjoyment of rights and other public interest and matters that need to be taken into considerations.“Our thinking at this point is to tilt the balance in favor of the enjoyment of these rights. How far we are going to do that will depend on the review we are conducting, but that is a matter we are considering at the moment “, he concluded.last_img read more

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first_imgReed Business Information has sold off another group of magazines. Los Angeles-based Canon Communications is expected today to announce that it has acquired the global assets of RBI’s Electronic Design News (EDN), Design News, Test & Measurement World and Packaging Digest. Financial terms of the deal were not disclosed.“Canon’s trade show business has covered a broader range of advanced manufacturing than our publishing division has,” Charlie McCurdy, Canon’s chairman and CEO, told FOLIO:. McCurdy also serves as chairman and CEO of Apprise Media, which acquired Canon in 2005 for $200 million.“The addition of these brands gives Canon’s publishing division as much range of industry coverage as it has in trade shows,” he said. “It was a very attractive opportunity.” Canon, known largely as a medical/pharmaceutical industry magazine publisher, also produces a large stable of events including several that serve the same advanced design engineering sector as do the titles associated with this deal. Canon said it will integrate the three electronics titles with its medical device brands and align Packaging Digest with its Pharmaceutical and Medical Packaging News brand.Ron Wall, executive vice president of Canon’s publishing division, told FOLIO: that all four titles will continue in print (as well as digital) and that no changes will be made to their frequencies or circulations. In the U.S., EDN publishes 24 times per year and carries a 113,000 circulation. Design News and Packaging Digest both publish monthly and carry circulations of 145,000 and 80,000, respectively. Test & Measurement World publishes 11 times annually with a 60,000 circ.The U.S.-based component of the deal is expected to close “soon,” McCurdy said, while the component that encompasses the global assets should close a few weeks later.McCurdy said there will be minimal changes to the magazines’ “market-facing staffs,” although some back end staffs will be integrated with Canon’s existing operation.  When contacted Friday, an RBI spokesperson declined to comment.This marks the second divestiture RBI has pulled off since announcing in July that it put the majority of its U.S.-based trade magazines back on the block. In December, it sold Broadcasting & Cable, Multichannel News and This Week in Consumer Electronics (TWICE) to Wicks Group-owned NewBay Media. Last month, RBI ceased publication of Video Business, Manufacturing Business Technology and Industrial Distribution, as well as their associated Web sites.Media investment bankers The Jordan, Edmiston Group represented RBI in its deal with Canon.last_img read more

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first_imgUPDATE: 3:00 Josh EdgeListen Now Anchorage Police Department Chief Chris Tolley addresses the media at the department’s West Anchorage training facility. (Photo by Josh Edge/Alaska Public Media)The Anchorage Police Department on Tuesday identified the two officers and suspect involved in a fatal weekend shooting, and police said the gun used by the suspect in Saturday’s shooting has now been linked to five Anchorage murders.APD identified the suspect in Saturday morning’s shooting as 40-year-old James Dale Ritchie.Lt. John McKinnon, commander of the department’s homicide and robbery-assault section, said the Colt Python .357 Ritchie used has been linked to five other Anchorage homicides this summer, from early July through late August:“The two victims at Post Road, the one victim at Bolin Street, and two from the Valley of the Moon Park,” McKinnon said.Jason Netter and Brianna Foisy were killed July 3 on Post Road; Treyveonkindell Thompson was killed July 29 on Bolin Street; Bryant De Husson and Kevin Turner were killed Aug. 28 in Valley of the Moon Park.McKinnon said detectives met with the victims’ families Tuesday morning to relay the new information.APD Police Chief Chris Tolley identified the officers involved in Saturday’s shooting, beginning with injured officer Arn Salao, a five-year veteran of the department:“He immediately returned gunfire and physically fought off his assailant,” Tolley said. “At the same time, as this is occurring, as second officer who’s in the area rolled up on the incident, and Sgt. Marc Patzke of our K9 Unit charged and returned fire. And together they were able to stop this individual.”Ritchie was killed in the gun battle.During the attack, Chief Tolley said Officer Salao was shot at least four times in the lower part of his body.“Even though he was hit in the lower part of the body and entered into the body in the lower extremes, the gun… the bullets traveled and went up into the middle of his body, fracturing bones ripping apart muscle, ripping through his intestines and even lodging in the liver,” Tolley said.Despite the seriousness of the injuries, Chief Tolley, said after two surgeries Officer Salao’s condition is now listed as stable.“I’m happy to tell you despite some infections setting in over the weekend, we think we’re past that and the officer actually got up, he’s been moved out of ICU, and the officer been up and begun to try to take some steps,” Tolley said.And after visiting the wounded officer Tuesday in the hospital, Chief Tolley said Officer Salao plans on taking even more steps.Saturday’s incident began when Officer Salao made contact with James Ritchie while investigating a report a theft, stemming from a man who refused to pay his cab fare. But, Lieutenant McKinnon said Ritchie was not that man.“I know that Mr. Ritchie was in the area during the event, and so we would contact people as if they were witnesses, if they saw anybody, ‘Hey, did you see someone matching this description?’ And so he is not the person that was involved in the cab theft,” McKinnon said.And McKinnon said Ritchie’s motive for opening fire is not immediately clear.“We are not sure what the suspect was thinking or what was going through his thoughts,” McKinnon said. “All we do know is that he immediately goes at the officer and produces a handgun and shoots at him multiple times.”McKinnon said APD will not release video citing its graphic nature as well as an effort to preserve evidence in ongoing cases.As part of its ongoing investigation, McKinnon said the case – along with the five murders associated with the weapon – remains open.McKinnon said investigators will continue to look into Ritchie’s past, including other places he may have lived, to find if there are any other cases to which he may be linked._____________________________________________________________________Original Post:Anchorage Police said the gun used to “ambush” and shoot one of its officers early Saturday has now been linked to five area murders — committed from early July through late August.Photo of 40-year-old James Dale Ritchie. Ritchie was identified as the shooter in a police “ambush” on Nov. 12, 2016. He was shot and killed by APD officers. (Photo courtesy of Anchorage Police Department)On Tuesday at a press conference at its West Anchorage training facility, APD identified James Dale Ritchie, 40, as the man who was shot and killed by police after shooting officer Arn Salao multiple times in what APD chief Christopher Tolley called “an ambush.”Salao, a five-year veteran of the force, underwent two surgeries for at least four gun shot wounds and is at an Anchorage hospital. Tolley said the officer is improving and has been moved out of ICU. APD said Salao and another responding officer, Sgt. Marc Patzke, returned fire after Ritchie opened fire on Salao.After investigating the incident, APD said it had linked the gun Ritchie used to shoot officer Salao, a Colt Python .357, to five murders committed throughout Anchorage this summer.In a press release APD said those murders are:July 3, 2016: Jason Netter and Brianna Foisy were shot and killed near a bike path off North Post Road.  Based on forensic findings, police believe the gun used was a Colt Python .357. Ballistics test results now match that gun with the one found at Saturday’s shooting scene.July 29, 2016: Treyveonkindell Thompson was found shot to death near the 300 block of Bolin Street.  The state crime lab determined the gun used to kill Thompson was the same one used in the July 3 murders of Netter and Foisy.August 28, 2016: Bryant De Husson and Kevin Turner were found shot to death on a bike trail near Valley of the Moon Park in midtown Anchorage. Again, ballistics matched the slugs taken from the victims to the two other murder scenes and to the gun used by Ritchie on Saturday.Saturday ShootingAPD said Officer Salao contacted Ritchie around 4:30 a.m. Saturday, on reports of a man who had walked away without paying for a cab ride. APD said Ritchie refused to stop for Salao. When the officer pulled his squad car over to the the side of the road, near the corner of Fifth and C streets, APD said Ritchie suddenly opened fire.APD said Salao exited his vehicle as he and another officer, Sgt. Marc Patzke, returned fire — causing Ritchie to fall on top of Salao. Police said Ritchie continued fighting until he was subdued. APD said officers tried to administer life-saving first aid to Ritchie, but he died on the scene.APD is asking the public for help in getting more information about Ritchie.Anyone with information is being asked to call APD at 786-8900, or go to A previous version of this story said that Officer Salao was a three-year veteran of the Anchorage Police Department. He is a five-year veteran.last_img read more

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first_imgWockhardt Ltd posted Rs.108 crore net profit for second quarter of this fiscal as against a mere Rs.3.6 crore in like period a year ago, registering a whopping 2,900 percent or 30-fold growth annually.In a regulatory filing to the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE), the city-based pharma and biotech major said income from operations, including sales increased 20 percent to Rs.1,232 crore in the quarter under review (Q2) from Rs.1,029 crore in same period a year ago.Operating profit also increased 30 percent to Rs.166 crore from Rs.128 crore year ago, mainly on robust sales and lower tax expense.”Our business in Britain grew strongly by 88 percent and India business by 22 percent, with new product launches and focused sales strategies,” the company said in a statement.The US business, however, remained flat with only two percent growth.The company filed 147 patents in the quarter, taking its total to 2,469.last_img read more

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first_imgTwo cousins were killed when a boat capsized in Garuli Beel, a water body in Fenchuganj upazila on Tuesday night, reports UNB.The deceased are Zakaria Ahmed Sihan, 27, son of Latif Mastar of Nurpur village and Wahid Matin Riyad, 26, son of Abdul Matin of Darshan Deuri in the city.Quoting local people, police said Riyad, Sihan and some young boys went out for a pleasure trip by boat in Garulia Beel around 10:00 pm on Tuesday night, said Sugyan Chakma, additional superintendent of Sylhet Police.At one stage, the boat carrying them sank in the water body due to strong wind.All but Sihan and Riyad managed to swim ashore while the duo remained missing.Later, the local people recovered the bodies of the two young men around 12:00am.last_img read more

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first_imgGentlemen, start your torches! I have an argument to make about consoles. The Wii U has taken a lot of flak for being underpowered, for Nintendo staying years behind Microsoft and Sony on online services, and for the touchscreen gamepad being a completely unnecessary gimmick that makes the system either more expensive or less powerful than it could be. These are all fair complaints. However, even with them, the Wii U is the base game system purely based on its library.When discussing console supremacy, the name of the game is exclusives. Which system has the best exclusives? Which system has the most exclusives? Which system is something besides an affordable gaming PC you can use on your couch? The answer to all of those questions is the Wii U.The Wii U has a problem with third-party games, just like the Wii before it. However, its first- and second-party selection is fantastic, and it’s full of titles you can only play on the Wii U: Bayonetta 2, The Wonderful 101, Super Smash Bros., Mario Kart 8, Hyrule Warriors, Donkey Kong Country Tropical Freeze, Captain Toad: Treasure Tracker, Pikmin 3, Wind Waker HD, and Super Mario 3D World. I didn’t even include New Super Mario Bros. U or New Super Luigi U, because I found them inferior to their predecessors and because I could leave a traditional Mario game off of this list and it’s still really compelling.The Wii U doesn’t have much in the way of “next-gen” games, but let’s look at what the next generation has given us so far. The great games are cross-platform, and most can be played on PC. The exclusive games are few and far between, and really underwhelming. The Order: 1886 was incredibly bland and short, and Halo: Master Chief Collection still has broken multiplayer.What system sellers do the PS4 and Xbox One have? Bloodborne (which Denmark let people purchase with their own blood) is a pretty compelling PS4 exclusive (and I’ll admit seeing that Persona 5 will be on the PS4 as well as the PS3 was what made me get the system), and Sunset Overdrive and Killer Instinct are fun on the Xbox One. All of the really big games are multiplatform, and most of them can be played on the PC. GTA V? Last-gen and (eventually) PC. The Assassin’s Creed series? Most are available last-gen and on PC. Evolve? PC. Destiny? Available on last-gen alongside current-gen. Call of Duty and Battlefield? You don’t even have to ask if they’re on this gen, last-gen, and PC.You can’t play those games on the Wii U, but most of them you can play on your PC, your PS3, or your Xbox 360. The lost of the big-name names isn’t actually a big loss, but can you play Bayo 2 on anything else? Hyrule Warriors, arguably the best Musou (Dynasty Warriors genre) game yet? The Wonderful 101 (criminally underrated, and a must-play for any Wii U owner)?Anything with a Mario character in it, well, that exclusivity is just obvious.The Wii U isn’t perfect. The gamepad is clunky and Nintendo is still behind the times on online services. At least one of those problems can be fixed with the Wii U Pro Controller, and playing through some of those Wii U exclusives with the Pro Controller accounts for some of my best gaming experiences of 2014.Yes, I have a PS4 as well, but most of the games I’ve really liked on it I can just play on the PC. That isn’t the case with the best games on the Wii U.last_img read more

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first_img News | Oncology Diagnostics | April 25, 2018 El Camino Hospital Performs First U.S. Robotic Lung Cancer Bronchoscopy The interventional pulmonology team at the Taft Center for Clinical Research at El Camino Hospital in Mountain View,… read more News | Endoscopes | June 11, 2018 American Society for Gastrointestinal Endoscopy and Touch Surgery Pilot Video-Based Endoscopic Simulations During the 2018 Digestive Disease Week (DDW) conference June 2-5 in Washington, D.C., the American Society for… read more Virtual peritoneal space inflation for endoscopy on imaging Fujifilm HIMSS19Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 0:35Loaded: 27.79%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -0:35 Playback Rate1xChaptersChaptersDescriptionsdescriptions off, selectedCaptionscaptions settings, opens captions settings dialogcaptions off, selectedAudio Trackdefault, selectedFullscreenThis is a modal window.Beginning of dialog window. 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June 2, 2009 – Clinical trial results presented at the Digestive Disease Week in Chicago today reveal that endoscopic radiofrequency ablation performed in a community practice setting is safe and effective for eradicating a pre-cancerous esophageal condition known as Barrett’s esophagus. The study, “Radiofrequency Ablation of Barrett Esophagus: Outcomes of 429 Patients from a Multicenter Community Practice Registry,” was presented on June 1, 2009, by Ronald E. Pruitt, M.D., Nashville, Tenn., at a scientific session sponsored by the American Society of Gastrointestinal Endoscopy.The study’s author reported on 429 patients with Barrett’s esophagus, with and without advanced dysplasia (cellular signs of advanced progression towards cancer), who were treated with radiofrequency ablation using the HALO ablation system (BARRX Medical, Sunnyvale, Calif.) over the last four years. They report that the adverse event rate was favorable, with a low stricture risk (about 1 percent) and no serious adverse events. After an average of two ablation procedures and 20 month follow-up, 77 percent of patients were cured of their Barrett’s disease. For those patients that had baseline evidence of dysplasia, 100 percent had complete eradication of all signs of dysplasia.”We believe that the results of our trial are unique and relevant to the scientific knowledge-base, as this is the largest patient experience reported to date and the first multi-center trial conducted at community practice centers for using radiofrequency ablation to eradicate Barrett’s esophagus,” said Dr. Pruitt. “Most importantly, we found that the safety and efficacy outcomes garnered in this clinical setting comport with those from reported trials conducted as predominantly academic tertiary referral centers.”Study centers were comprised of large community practices with expertise in therapeutic endoscopy and the management of Barrett’s esophagus. Radiofrequency ablation was applied with a balloon-based circumferential device and an endoscope mounted focal device. Patients underwent biopsy sampling of tissue from the esophagus at regular intervals to determine if all Barrett’s disease had been eradicated. To be considered a “complete responder,” all biopsy samples had to be normal.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Endoscopes | March 14, 2019 Hologic Receives CE Mark for Three-in-One Omni Hysteroscope Hologic Inc. announced it has received a CE mark in Europe for its Omni hysteroscope, a three-in-one modular scope with… read more Technology | Lung Cancer | May 09, 2018 Body Vision Medical Receives FDA Clearance for LungVision Tool Body Vision Medical received clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to market their LungVision Tool… read more Technology | Advanced Visualization | February 08, 2019 Fujifilm Launches Latest Synapse 3D Version at HIMSS 2019 Fujifilm Medical Systems U.S.A. will debut the latest version of its Synapse 3D solution at the Healthcare Information… read more News | Endoscopes | April 02, 2018 WATS3D Endoscopy Device Improves Esophageal Cancer Detection by 80 Percent Results from a recent prospective trial found the Wide Area Transepithelial Sampling with 3D Tissue Analysis (WATS3D)… read morelast_img read more

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