No Stone Unturned concert unites families of MMIWG

first_imgBrittany Hobson APTN NewsAn annual Winnipeg concert to honour missing and murdered Indigenous women and girls turned 10 years old this weekend.No Stone Unturned began as a way to raise money to help with the search for Claudette Osborne-Tyo who went missing in July 2008.As Brittany Hobson shows us, it has now turned into a way for families to support each other.bhobson@aptn.calast_img

Myanmar UN to resume delivering food in Mandalay District

The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today announced that it has been assured by Myanmar that authorities will lift restrictions on the movement of the agency’s food aid.WFP Country Director and Representative Chris Kaye confirmed that the Mandalay Area Military Commander on Saturday issued the transport permit to allow for the delivery of nearly 200 metric tons of food to Lashio in northern Myanmar. WFP has therefore scheduled food deliveries to WFP operational areas to resume next week.Mandalay’s local authorities halted all movements of food supplies out of the Division earlier this week, obstructing WFP’s operations in northern Shan and the Central Dry Zone, both of which depend on food deliveries from Mandalay.Disturbances in the port town of Sittwe have also thwarted food movement to the agency’s operational areas in north Rakhine State.Civil protests led by Buddhist monks in the South-East Asian nation for 11 consecutive days were concentrated mostly in the main cities of Yangon and Mandalay, but the demonstrators’ stand-off with the Government and its response had consequences in other areas where WFP distributes food assistance.Operating in Myanmar in collaboration with 22 UN agencies and non-governmental organizations, WFP provides much-needed food for vulnerable persons in the country, including HIV/AIDS and TB patients under treatment, primary school children in marginalized areas of the country and communities in former poppy-farming areas. A programme supporting the nutrition status of mothers and children addresses acute malnutrition rates that prevail in several operational areas. 30 September 2007The United Nations World Food Programme (WFP) today announced that it has been assured by Myanmar that authorities will lift restrictions on the movement of the agency’s food aid. read more

UN envoy to hold fresh round of talks with all parties in

Alvaro de Soto, the Secretary-General’s Special Representative for Western Sahara, will hold consultations with Morocco’s King Mohammed VI and senior Government officials during a two-day visit to Rabat starting on Monday.Mr. de Soto will then meet the leadership of the Frente POLISARIO (Popular Front for the Liberation of Saguia el-Hamra and Rio de Oro) on 12 September.UN spokesperson Marie Okabe told reporters today that Mr. de Soto is also in contact with the neighbouring countries of Algeria and Mauritania about when he can hold talks with their government officials.In June Mr. de Soto’s responsibilities grew after the resignation of James A. Baker III, the Secretary-General’s Personal Envoy for Western Sahara.The UN Mission for the Referendum in Western Sahara, known by its French acronym MINURSO, has been in place since April 1991, when it was installed after years of fighting between Morocco and Frente POLISARIO following Spain’s withdrawal from the territory in 1976.MINURSO’s mandate is due to expire at the end of October, and Secretary-General Kofi Annan is scheduled to report to the Security Council on the mission’s progress that month. read more

Bangedup Redskins cautiously get ready for Eagles matchup

ASHBURN, Va. — Trent Williams wasn’t worried as he climbed into an ambulance to be evaluated at a Dallas hospital.The Washington Redskins’ starting left tackle was hit in the chest and felt lightheaded, so the concern was a possible liver injury. Williams checked out just fine and was back at practice Monday.“It didn’t hurt that much,” Williams said. “They wanted to be safe than sorry.”That’s a prudent approach for a team that’s down to its backup quarterback, missing two starting offensive linemen and its top receiver for the rest of the season and could be without a handful of other key players for a big game next Monday night at the defending Super Bowl champion Philadelphia Eagles. Playing with a skeleton crew of starters has become the new normal for the Redskins.“I looked at the group that we had out there when everybody was healthy and I was just like, ‘Man, they won’t be able to stop this crew,’” third-down back Chris Thompson said. “There were a lot of plans that we had for this team going into the 16-game stretch, but we just had to make a few changes because injuries happen.”A lot of injuries have happened.Quarterback Alex Smith, receiver Paul Richardson and starting guards Brandon Scherff and Shawn Lauvao are out for the season. Thompson hopes to play after missing so many games he can’t count with broken ribs — six, in total — and it would be a major boost if receiver Jamison Crowder can return after missing almost two months with an injured right ankle.The Redskins have lost three of four since starting 5-2 and yet are still tied with Dallas at 6-5 atop the NFC East. Beating Philadelphia on the road Monday night in Colt McCoy ‘s second start at quarterback would go a long way toward winning the mediocre division, especially if the Cowboys lose at New Orleans on Thursday.Thompson has felt noticeable improvement from a fractured rib on each side of his rib cage and is optimistic he’ll be strong enough to play within a week. The situation is a bit murkier for Crowder and cornerback Quinton Dunbar, who were among a host of players who didn’t take part in a bonus day of practice Monday that followed a long weekend off.Because of the extra time before facing the Eagles, coach Jay Gruden and his staff can take a cautious approach with “sore” tight end Jordan Reed; right tackle Morgan Moses, who’s dealing with ankle irritation; and defensive lineman Matt Ioannidis, who was held out with a calf injury.Like last season, when injuries derailed the Redskins’ playoff hopes long before the stretch run, it has been that kind of year with players going down left and right.“It’s always a change when you don’t have your starters,” Williams said. “Those are the guys that primarily you work with throughout the whole off-season and (organized team activities) to get on the same page. But that’s why you stress that every guy has to be ready.”Thompson is more than ready. The broken ribs have bothered Thompson when trying to sleep or when laughing or coughing, but the pain of watching his teammates lose without him has him eager to get back on the field.“I just want to be back out there and be able to help my guys out,” Thompson said. “I really believe that I can go in and make an impact.”___More AP NFL: and Whyno, The Associated Press read more

The 5 at 5 Tuesday

first_imgEVERY WEEKDAY EVENING brings you the five stories you need to know before you head out the door.1. #CROKE PARK: The government is to contact unions in the coming days to see if a deal can be reached on the public sector pay bill after the failure of the Croke Park deal last week. The government said today it still plans to cut €300 million from public pay this year, and has asked the head of the Labour Relations Commission to see if unions are willing to negotiate.2. #SEX ABUSE: Gardaí are investigating allegations by two men who say that they were abused by a prominent Waterford sports coach when they were teenagers in the 1980s. The sports coach, now in his 60s, has had his home searched and some material has been seized by Gardaí.3. #CARD DETAILS: Shops in Dublin are being targeted by scammers trying to get credit and debit card pin numbers from customers. The scam is being run by the same group that ran a similar scam last June, according to the Irish Payment Services Organisation.4. #ASYLUM SEEKERS: Ireland’s system for dealing with asylum seekers needs to be radically overhauled – so say groups campaigning against the Direct Provision system, which has been criticised today for its ‘human, financial and social cost’.5. #CAR CHASE: Five people were arrested in the early hours of this morning following a high-speed car chase in west Dublin which involved the Garda helicopter. The car was eventually stopped using a stinger device to puncture the vehicle’s tyres. Three of the five people involved have been charged.last_img read more

Greek National Day 2015

first_imgThousands of students are expected to take part in a parade at the Shrine of Remembrance to commemorate Greek National Day on Sunday 29 March, 2015.Schools, parents and officials will gather in Melbourne to pay their respects to the heroes involved in the uprising against the Ottoman Empire on March 25 1821, marking the day that Greece was liberated from 400 years of Turkish occupation. The parade will officially commence at 1.00 pm, with participants required to assemble by noon. For all enquiries, contact general secretary Kon Kontis on 0412 312 412 or email Facebook Twitter: @NeosKosmos Instagramlast_img

Fonte des glaces un trimaran réalise un tour du pôle nord en

Fonte des glaces : un trimaran réalise un tour du pôle nord en un été, un recordA bord du trimaran Northern Passage, un équipage international a effectué en une seule saison le tour de l’océan Arctique. Un record malheureusement rendu possible par la fonte de la banquise, engendrée par le réchauffement climatique.Le Northern Passage a quitté le port de Bergen, en Norvège, à la fin du mois de juin dernier. Après avoir franchi le passage nord, au large de la Russie, puis le passage nord-ouest, au large du Canada, le trimaran a rallié le port de la côte ouest norvégienne le jeudi 14 octobre. Il y a encore quelques années, une telle boucle n’aurait pas été réalisable en si peu de temps, mais la performance est aujourd’hui possible en raison de la fonte des glaces.À lire aussiQui est Greta Thunberg, proposée pour un prix Nobel à seulement 16 ans ?Après le navire russe Peter firts qui a presque simultanément réalisé un parcours identique, le trimaran norvégien est le premier à franchir les deux passages en un été arctique seulement. “Il y a moins de 10 ans, le premier voilier avec une coque en acier est parvenu à naviguer à travers un seul de ces passages et, il y a 100 ans, une circumnavigation (autour du pôle Nord) aurait pris six ans”, souligne l’équipage du Northern Passage dans un communiqué. Et d’ajouter : “C’est le signe très clair que le changement climatique affecte l’Arctique”.Deux Norvégiens, l’explorateur Boerge Ousland et le navigateur Thorleif Thorleifsson sont restés à bord du trimaran en permanence, tandis que deux Français, Vincent Colliard et Eric Brossier, un Russe, un ressortissant de Dubaï et un autre Norvégien, ont navigué par rotation.Le 18 octobre 2010 à 08:58 • Emmanuel Perrin read more

FartTracking Capsule Sends RealTime Data to Your Smartphone

first_img NASA’s Curiosity Detects Highest-Ever Volume of Methane on MarsUniversity Library Evacuates After ‘Gas Leak’ Turns Out to Be Stinky Fruit Stay on target Scientists in Australia are breaking wind ground with an ingestible electronic capsule that monitors gas levels in the human gut.Developed by researchers at RMIT University, Monash University, and CSIRO Agriculture and Food, the pill measures hydrogen, carbon dioxide, and oxygen gases in real time—then sends the data to your smartphone.(Want to track your flatulence? There’s an app for that.)A combination of nerves, hormones, bacteria, blood, and organs work hard to digest foods and liquids you consume every day. But, like licking your elbow, it’s nearly impossible for a person to catch a glimpse of their own gastrointestinal tract.Enter swallowables: the edible version of your fitness tracker or VR headset.The unnamed device, which tracks rectal turbulence as it passes from the stomach to the colon, has helped to uncover a potentially new immune system, according to a press announcement.“We found that the stomach releases oxidizing chemicals to break down and beat foreign compounds that are staying in the stomach for longer than usual,” RMIT professor and capsule co-inventor Kourosh Kalantar-Zadeh said in a statement.The future of routine healthcare visits, according to Benjamin Terry (via Nature Electronics)“This could represent a gastric protection system against foreign bodies,” he continued. “Such an immune mechanisms has never been reported before.”Additional observations suggest that an “extremely high-fiber diet” may lead to high concentrations of oxygen in the colon—contrary to popular belief.“This new information could help us better understand how debilitating diseases like colon cancer occur,” Kalantar-Zadeh said.Early trials provide hope for the one-in-five people globally who will suffer a gastrointestinal disorder, and could pave the way for fewer invasive procedures, like the dreaded colonoscopy.Analysts currently rely on fecal samples and surgery to evaluate the hidden gut germs. But, as study lead Kalantar-Zadeh pointed out, “this meant measuring them when they are not a true reflection of the gut microbiota at that time.”“Our capsule will offer a non-invasive method to measure microbiome activity,” he boasted.Following a successful pilot program, the team hopes to commercialize its technology; the newly established Atmo Biosciences firm will help bring the product to market.A study on the capsule and trials was published this week in the journal Nature Electronics, alongside commentary by University of Nebraska mechanical engineering professor Benjamin Terry.center_img Let us know what you like about Geek by taking our survey.last_img read more

Hodgson rules out new January signings

first_imgCrystal Palace manager Roy Hodgson says Sao Paulo goalkeeper Lucas Perri will be the club’s only signing in the January transfer window.Crystal Palace are closing in on the signing of Sao Paulo goalkeeper Lucas Perri on loan till the end of the season and will have an option to buy him for the price of around £3m, and Hodgson has ruled out any further additions to the squad beyond that.“We have two more weeks like everybody else; the work will continue if there are more possibilities that suit us, so nothing changes in that respect,” he told Sky Sports.“But to say I’m expecting it, I’d have to have a definite name in the frame who is on the verge of signing and that’s not the case.Joel Ward, Crystal PalaceHow Joe Ward thanks his faith for his football Manuel R. Medina – September 13, 2019 Crystal Palace defender, Joel Ward, has thanked his Christian faith for helping him play football professionally and he explains why.“We’d like to add a midfielder and striker ideally… on loan deals only, not to buy.”Current Palace goalkeepers Vicente Guaita and Wayne Hennessy are currently injured and have been sidelined for four weeks each, and the signing of Perri will provide cover.last_img read more

Game of Thrones season 8 opening credits hint at events to come

first_img Tags More on Game of Thrones Watch Game of Thrones season 8 episode 2 trailer now Game of Thrones season 8 premiere leaked on DirecTV Now Game of Thrones season 8 episode 1: The 6 funniest lines Speaking of the Wall…Once the credits move to the gigantic map, they begin at the Wall, which now has a huge chunk missing, thanks to you-know-who.Last Hearth, we hardly knew yeThe credits now move on to a new location. Last Hearth is the ancestral home of House Umber, and if you watched the premiere, you know what happens there. Note the icy tiles representing the White Walkers reaching out to it, showing the path of the dead as they march. Also note the spiral pattern that plays out in a gruesome scene from the episode.Winterfell is comingNext, the camera shoots to Winterfell, the Starks’ beloved home. Winterfell has always been in the credits, but not like this. Here the camera swoops through the godswood and then dives inside the castle itself. It races through the Stark crypt, where there’s a statue of Lyanna Stark, among others. Her life, and the son she delivered before dying, is only going to keep returning as a plot point here. And there are plenty of rumors that the crypt will figure heavily in this season’s episodes. Could the dead be resurrected? It’s been known to happen.King of the hillKing’s Landing is next, the capital of the Seven Kingdoms, home of the Iron Throne and the Red Keep. Look for Qyburn’s scorpion and dragon skulls from past historical battles. Just a reminder that no one is bowing down to the terrifying dragons without a fight. And there’s the Iron Throne, which really doesn’t look worth all this blood and death. The Lannister lion is shown above it now, but maybe not for long.More to comeThe credits aren’t going to be stagnant, so stay alert for clues in future weeks.”I’ll say that there are differences (in the credits) in every single episode,” art director Kirk Shintani told BuzzFeed. “From episode to episode, pay attention, because there’s lots of hints scattered around.” 57 Photos Now that the final season premiere of Game of Thrones has aired, it’s time to roll things back and take a dragon’s-eye view of those new opening credits. (Spoilers ahead.)The credits have always been complex and rewarded repeat and close viewings. The elaborate opening spins through the map of Westeros and changes from week to week. But they’re even fresher this season, as the creative team that designed the credits wanted a whole new chance to remake them.”We wanted to explore the idea that there was more under the surface than previous seasons,” creative director Angus Wall told BuzzFeed in an interview published Sunday. “And that there was an interior and a depth in terms of the layers beneath the surface that we had only hinted at before.”Astrolabe newnessThe credits begin inside of an elaborate astronomical instrument called an astrolabe. If you’re quick on the pause button, you can see it’s covered with murals depicting past plotlines that shaped the story, from the Red Wedding to the birth of Daenerys’ dragons to the fall of the Wall. Look for the Red Comet, an omen of major events, such as the dragons’ return. Share your voicecenter_img Game of Thrones Post a comment Game of Thrones stars, from season 1 through today TV and Movies 0last_img read more

The Blind Spot Juvenile Justice And Substance Abuse In Young Alaskans

first_imgJuvenile crime in Anchorage is down, but crimes involving drugs and alcohol is not. Many who work in the juvenile justice system say we’re not catching young people who are getting into trouble soon enough. A new series examines what services are available, how youth are getting help and how they’re helping themselves.The Blind Spot: Troubled Teens And The Safety NetDownload AudioHOST: Lori TownsendGUESTS:Anne Hillman, reporter, KSKA 91.1FMZachariah Hughes, reporter, KSKA 91.1FMCallers statewidePARTICIPATE:Post your comment before, during or after the live broadcast (comments may be read on air).Send e-mail to talk [at] alaskapublic [dot] org (comments may be read on air)Call 550-8422 in Anchorage or 1-800-478-8255 if you’re outside Anchorage during the live broadcastLIVE Broadcast: Tuesday, April 28, 2015 at 10:00 a.m. on APRN stations statewide.SUBSCRIBE: Get Talk of Alaska updates automatically by e-mail, RSS or podcast.TALK OF ALASKA ARCHIVElast_img read more

US lawmakers protect work authorisation of H4 visa holders

first_imgTwo US lawmakers have introduced the H-4 Employers Protection Act in the US House of Representatives, a legislature that protects work authorisation of H-4 visa workers benefitting a large number of women including Indian-Americans.Since the rule was implemented, over 100,000 workers, mainly women, have received employment authorisation. Lawmakers Anna G. Eshoo and Zoe Lofgren have also made the newly formed legislature prohibited from revoking by the Trump administration.The news comes days after The Economic Times reported that the Department of Homeland Security (DHS) issued a notice for the proposed rule-making that will kick in public consultations to ban the H4 EAD (Employment Authorisation Document). The DHS had written that the American citizens would benefit “by having a better chance at obtaining jobs that some of the population of the H-4 workers currently hold”.However, in March 2018, Eshoo and Lofgren led 13 Members of Congress, in writing to DHS Secretary Kirstjen Nielsen, urging her to reconsider DHS’s proposal to revoke eligibility for employment authorisation to H-4 dependent spouses.As the H-4 visas are issued to the spouses of H-1B visa holders, a significantly large number of women who are also high-skilled professionals from India were majorly affected by the US government’s immigration policies.The economic burdens of families of many H-1B workers, particularly those who live in high-cost areas like Silicon Valley on a single income as they await green card approvals created major anxiety among many Indian-Americans.The H-4 Employment Protection Act also prohibits the Trump administration from revoking the legislature as “H-4 visa holders deserve a chance to contribute to their local economies and provide for their families,” said Eshoo.According to an update in the United States Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs website on February 25, the U.S. Citizenship and Immigration Services (USCIS) proposed to remove from its regulations certain H-4 spouses of H-1B nonimmigrants as a “class of aliens eligible for employment authorization”, labelling the move as “economically significant.””H-4 visa holders deserve a chance to contribute to their local economies and provide for their families,” Eshoo said.”This is a matter of economic fairness and this legislation ensures it will continue,” she addedH-4 visa holders had obtained work permits under a special order issued by the previous Obama administration in 2015. It allowed work permits to be given to spouses who otherwise could not be employed as the process for H-1B visa holders seeking permanent resident status would take a decade or longer for it to be officially sanctioned.Since the H-1B programme offers temporary US visas that allow companies to hire highly-skilled foreign professionals working in areas with shortages of qualified American workers, Indian-Americans were a major beneficiary of this provision.The United States Office of Information and Regulatory Affairs that falls under the Office of Management and Budget has oversight on all “Unified Agenda” policies to make sure they are cost effective. President Trump had provided the H-1B visa program back in 2017, a move that was perceived as a step towards his broader “America First” and “Buy American and Hire American” policies.Lofren stated that nobody benefits from this system, least of all the American economy when H-1B dependent spouses are prohibited from working. “Many of these are accomplished and qualified individuals whose skills we’ll lose to other countries unless the Administration finds a more sensible approach to immigration,” she said.(With inputs from news agencies)last_img read more

Former MP Lobi quits BNP

first_imgAli Asghar LobiFormer MP and party’s executive committee member Ali Asghar Lobi has quit BNP on health grounds, reports UNB.Lobi, also ex-president of Bangladesh Cricket Board (BCB) and former convener of Khulna city unit BNP, sent his resignation letter to BNP secretary general Mirza Fakhrul Islam Alamgir on 24 January last, his personal secretary Farhin Akhter told local reporters on Monday.In the resignation letter, she said, Lobi mentioned that he decided to quit politics as he has been suffering from various diseases.Lobi was elected MP in the by-election to the Khulna-2 constituency, vacated by BNP chairperson Khaleda in the 2001 election.He was an influential leader of BNP during the party’s rule from 2001-2006 due to his close ties with Khaleda’s son Tarique Rahman.Lobi was arrested by the joint forces on 6 February, 2007 during the 1/11 political changeover, and got released on bail early 2009. Later, he became inactive in politics.last_img read more

Full Show Gun Violence Study Energy Outlook And The Evolution Of…Evolution Feb

first_img 00:00 /00:00 Listen To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: center_img X On Thursday’s Houston Matters: A new study from UTMB in Galveston says access to firearms — not mental health — is a stronger indicator of gun violence. Seems pretty obvious, right? But researchers say they want this to change the politically charged conversation around guns and gun violence.Also this hour: In its annual energy outlook, the Energy Information Administration projects the United States will become a net energy exporter starting sometime next year, with continued growth in natural gas exports. We examine what that means for Greater Houston’s energy industry.Plus, we bring you the second part of our special edition of The Full Menu discussing the best new restaurants in the area.And we learn how much science has built on the theories of Charles Darwin since the publication of his historic work, On the Origin of the Species.We offer a daily podcast here, on iTunes, Stitcher and other podcasting apps. This article is part of the Houston Matters podcast Sharelast_img read more

Glimpses of those 40 years

first_imgDancer Geeta Chandran is marking four decades since her arangetram in 1974. To mark these 40 glorious year of dancing, Natya Vriksha, with the support of the Ministry of Culture and Pyramid Group is presenting the exhibition, In the Click of a Movment, of iconic photographs by photographer Rakesh Sahai.Sahai has been following the dancer on her creative journey since past five years, and from the dialogue between dancer and photographer has emerged this oeuvre of brilliant images. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’A universally celebrated artiste, a celebrity and a star-performer, Chandran is synonymous with the Indian classical dance – Bharatanatyam. She began learning Bharatanatyam from the tender age of five years under the tutelage of Swarna Saraswathy.In her dance presentations Chandran skillfully weaves abstract notions of joy, beauty, values, aspirations, myth and spirituality. She is celebrated not only for her deep and composite understanding of the art of Bharatanatyam, but also for her Carnatic music, her work in television, video and film, theatre, choreography, dance education,dance activism and dance-issue journalism. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixChandran is a recipient of several prestigious awards including the Lady Shri Ram College Illustrious Alumna Award, the Dandayudhapani Pillai Award, the Bharat Nirman Award, the NatyaIlavarasi, the Indira Priyadarshini Award, the Media India Award, the National Critics Award, the Guru Deba Prasad Das Award, the Sringar Mani and the NatyaRatna.When: 25 – 30 September Where: India Habitat Centre Lobby, Lodi Road Timing: 10 am to 8 pmlast_img read more

Colin For Baker to work the Browns should get Lincoln Riley from

first_imgComing off a loss to the Steelers that dropped them to 2-5-1 on the season, the Browns shocked everyone by canning Head Coach Hue Jackson and offensive coordinator Todd Haley. Colin didn’t like the move since the Browns had been competitive in all but one of their games this season, including 4 decided in overtime. If Cleveland had a competent kicker, they could have a winning record.But honestly, nothing is surprising when it comes to dysfunction and Cleveland.The biggest loser in this midseason mess is Browns rookie Baker Mayfield, who will now have to survive the second half of his rookie season with an interim head coach and coordinator without severely regressing.Colin thinks the only way for Cleveland to turn things around is for Baker Mayfield to work, and the best way for Mayfield to work is for Cleveland to go get his former head coach at Oklahoma, Lincoln Riley. Riley is an offensive genius whose scheme would fit perfectly in today’s NFL and would allow Baker thrive, similar to the Rams hiring Sean McVay to pair with Jared Goff. The idea of hiring Riley out of college would have seemed crazy 10 years ago (see Steve Spurrier), but in today’s NFL it could be a home run hire.”The only chance for the Cleveland Browns to end this 20-year abyss, Baker Mayfield has to work. I’d go to Oklahoma and hire his coach Lincoln Riley.” — @ColinCowherd— Herd w/Colin Cowherd (@TheHerd) October 29, 2018last_img read more

Four charged in death of Cancun police officer

first_imgCancún, Q.R. — Four people have been charged in the death of a Cancun police officer after he was gunned down near Puerto Juarez in July.According to the Attorney General of the state, four people have been charged for their alleged involvement in the death of ministerial police officer, Juan Carlos Morales Lopez. The charges come after an attack against a police commander in Puerto Juarez in which Morales Lopez was killed.The State Attorney General’s Office reports the charges are the result of investigative work by the public prosecutor’s office and the ministerial police. They say that those charged have been identified as Jesus N, Álvaro N, Sebastian N and Diego N.Photos: Fiscalía General de Quintana RooOnly one of the four was arrested on a Cancun street, while the other three were notified of the charges against them. They are currently in Cereso (Cancun prison) for other charges since the July incident.All four are reported to be members of the criminal gang Los Pelones, who, on the night of the July shooting, thought they were attacking members from a rival gang, the Jalisco Cartel Nueva Generación (CJNG).All four are being charged with homicide.Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)last_img read more

Go from Beginner to Working with Linux Like an IT Pro with

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Over 100000 in Cyprus suffer from rheumatic disease

first_imgOver 100,000 people in Cyprus are estimated to suffer from some form of rheumatic disease, Health Minister Constantinos Ioannou said on Friday.Speaking at a press conference of the Cyprus Antirheumatic Association (CAA), Ioannou noted that “in Europe, rheumatic diseases constitute the most common cause of absence from work, and account for 50 per cent of long-term functional inabilities.”Ioannou highlighted the need to support efforts by the CAA toward assuring that those who suffer from rheumatic or musculoskeletal disorders retain access to the labour market and to the necessary treatments which allow for a dignified living.The national health scheme (Gesy), will significantly contribute toward this end, Ioannou added, as “the introduction of GPs will allow for a proper monitoring of patients and for the administering of appropriate treatment in cooperation with specialist doctors.”“As with all large reforms, we expect some challenges to arise in the early period of the implementation of Gesy, but we are prepared to face them,” Ioannou said. You May LikePlarium I Vikings: Free Online GamePlay this for 1 minute and see why everyone is addictedPlarium I Vikings: Free Online GameUndoLivestlyChip And Joanna’s $18M Mansion Is Perfect, But It’s The Backyard Everyone Is Talking AboutLivestlyUndoGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementCardiologist: This Is What Happens To Your Body When You Eat GlutenGundry MD PrebioThrive Probiotic SupplementUndo Pensioner dies after crash on Paphos-Polis roadUndoIsraeli rape suspects freed, woman who alleged assault arrested (Updated)UndoConcern over falling tourism numbersUndoby Taboolaby Taboolalast_img read more

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