Haddad to Visit Dubai to Attract Gulf Visitors to Morocco

Rabat – The minister of tourism is set to visit Dubai for a conference later this month to promote Morocco as a tourist destination for travelers originating in the Gulf region. “The consolidation of market share in the Gulf countries and the Middle East is one of the priorities of the Ministry of Tourism, which wants to strengthen, through its participation in the Dubai tourism fair, the visibility of Moroccan destinations,” a statement released by minister Lahcen Haddad on Friday said. “Gulf countries are among the high-value markets.”The trip will last from the 25th to the 28th of April in order to allow Haddad to attend the 23rd edition of the biggest regional tourism fair called Arabian Travel Market. Organizers expect nearly 21,000 visitors from 157 countries to visit and enjoy the over 2,700 industry-related exhibits the event will host. The release quoted a statistic from the World Tourism Organization (WTO) which suggested that nearly 51 million Gulf citizens travel every year, with the number growing at an average rate of 4.7 percent every year between 2005 and 2014.Morocco welcomed 198,229 of the millions of Gulf travelers in 2014 and aims to increase that number by 10 percent to 224,200 visitors from the region by the end of this year, Haddad said.“The challenge is to develop the market of Dubai which holds great potential for Morocco,” the minister said. “[We need to] highlight Morocco as a safe destination that offers globally recognized hotel brands, quality service, high-value niches such as golf, MICE, shopping, culture, among others amenities.” read more

Young couple drown after boat overturns in Anuradhapura river

A young couple who had gone on a boat ride in the Anuradhapura river, had drowned after their boat overturned.The police said that the couple were initially reported missing after the boat overturned. A search operation was later launched and the bodies were found today.

Limited tickets available for chamber event

Tickets are available for a St. Catharines-Thorold Chamber of Commerce event Tuesday night that will include talks by the Consul General of the U.S. Consulate in Toronto and Ian Brindle, Brock’s Vice-President Research.The event, titled “U.S.–Canada Relations in the 21st Century,” is part of the chamber’s Perspectives on Niagara Speaker Series. The keynote speaker will be Kevin Johnson, who represents the U.S. as Consul General in Toronto. Brindle will introduce him.The event will be from 6:30 to 8:30 p.m. on Nov. 16 at the Ridley College Ampitheatre. Fifteen free tickets are available for Brock faculty and staff. Anyone interested in a ticket can contact Tracey at 905-688-5550 x4190 or smorrison@brocku.ca read more

Republic of Korea at UN calls on world to roll back DPR

Foreign Minister Yun Byung-se of the Republic of Korea today called on the international community to roll back the nuclear weapons programmes of the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) to prevent the advent of another nuclear-armed State, offering aid to his country’s northern neighbour if it changes course.“I must draw your attention to the seriousness of DPRK’s ongoing WMD [weapons of mass destruction] programmes,” he told the United Nations General Assembly’s annual General Debate. “Despite a series of Security Council resolutions, North Korea launched long-range missiles and conducted nuclear tests as recently as early this year, in blatant violation of its international obligations.”Mr. Yun cited Syria’s recent agreement to surrender its chemical weapons as an example for the course of action in the case of the DPRK.“Like with Syria, the international community should forge united efforts to roll back DPRK’s nuclear weapons programmes to prevent the advent of another nuclear-armed State,” he said.“However, if the DPRK decides to give up its so-called parallel pursuit of economic development and nuclear armament, and in turn embarks on a path of genuine change through concrete actions, the Republic of Korea stands ready to help.”Mr. Yun noted his country’s proposal to create a World Peace Park in the world’s most heavily armed demilitarized zone separating the two States, transforming a lasting legacy of the Cold War and a divided Korea into a new space of peace and harmony. “It is my hope that the UN and the two Koreas will work together to bring this proposal to realization, thereby contributing greatly to the building of trust in the Korean Peninsula,” he declared. Turning to the overall world situation, he stressed that the role of the UN was more important than ever. “The deepening global interdependence has led to the rise of challenges requiring a common response,” he said. “The expectation for the role of the UN is now higher than ever before. Indeed, the UN has made great contributions as the centre of global cooperation, and it is expected to continue this noble endeavour.” read more

Over 40 million people still victims of slavery

2 December is designated the UN International Day for the Abolition of Slavery, which marks the adoption by the General Assembly of the United Nations Convention for the Suppression of the Traffic in Persons and of the Exploitation of the Prostitution of Others, which entered into force in 1951.The day is an opportunity to raise awareness of this global issue, and focus on the eradication of contemporary forms of slavery, such as human trafficking, sexual exploitation, the worst forms of child labour, forced marriage, and the forced recruitment of children for use in armed conflict.Most child labour that occurs today is for economic exploitation, contrary to the Convention on the Rights of the Child, which recognizes “the right of the child to be protected from economic exploitation and from performing any work that is likely to be hazardous or to interfere with the child’s education, or to be harmful to the child’s health or physical, mental, spiritual, moral or social development.”Human trafficking is also explicitly prohibited by the Protocol to Prevent, Suppress and Punish Trafficking in Persons Especially Women and Children, adopted by the General Assembly in 2000, which defines trafficking as the “recruitment, transportation, transfer, harbouring or receipt of persons, by means of the threat or use of force or other forms of coercion for the purpose of exploitation.”The ILO leads an ongoing campaign, along with its partners, to convince 50 countries to ratify the legally-binding Forced Labour Protocol, called 50 for freedom, where members of the public are encouraged to add their names to help reach the target: to date 27 countries have ratified the protocol. read more

Mens Lacrosse Ohio State aims to snap fourgame skid with road matchup

Ohio State defeated Maryland 11-10 in overtime at Ohio Stadium on Saturday, April 22, 2017 in Columbus, Ohio.A resounding 12-4 loss to No. 15 Penn State on Saturday was not how the Ohio State men’s lacrosse team intended to start Big Ten play.Many players saw the start of the conference season as a new beginning, a chance to reset after barely exceeding a .500 record with five wins and four losses in the non-conference portion of the regular season.After Saturday’s result, the Buckeyes (5-5, 0-1 Big Ten) will look to put an end to their losing streak of four games and must now make their way to Baltimore to confront No. 5 Johns Hopkins (7-2, 1-0 Big Ten). Ohio State players said after an exhausting week of practice they felt prepared to take on the Blue Jays and prove themselves by getting their first Big Ten win of the year.“I think we’ve always matched up well with Hopkins. We’ve always given each other trouble, I’d say,” redshirt senior midfielder John Kelly said. “I feel good about how we match up with them this year and we’re going to have to sit down and play good defense. We’re going to have to make sure we control the ball on offense, take good opportunities — not just any opportunities we see. If we do that and we play a little bit tougher than we have been, then I think we’ll be good.”Johns Hopkins has posted six straight wins and has scored 13 or more points in each of those games. It picked up its most recent win Sunday, knocking off No. 9 Rutgers 13-12. The Blue Jays are 7-3 all-time against the Buckeyes, but two of Ohio State’s three series wins came last season. Kelly said while he couldn’t speak for others, he felt focusing on rank and stats alone would not be beneficial to his team. “I grew up near Hopkins and I know a lot of those guys now,” he said. “They’re a good team, they’re a talented team, but I feel very strongly in the way that we present ourselves and our brand and this team right here that if we can go out and play our best lacrosse we will take it to them.”Ohio State senior midfielder Trevor Hodgins agreed with Kelly, saying he viewed the matchup as another chance for the Buckeyes to pick up their first conference win. He said winning groundballs and maintaining solid defense will be especially important. Kelly also noted that the necessity of giving maximum effort in every area of the game was one of the biggest takeaways from the team’s loss to Penn State, and putting forth that effort Saturday would help Ohio State maintain a competitive edge to propel it to a win.The Buckeyes’ tilt with Johns Hopkins begins at noon Saturday. read more

Ramjattan assures security tight at Camp St brick prison

In light of the on-going ruckus that was created earlier today (Tuesday) by the prisoners who were transferred from the Lusignan Prison walled area to the brick building located in the compound of the Camp Street Prison, Minister of Public Security, Khemraj Ramjattan has given all assurances that law enforcement officials will be guarding inside and outside of the location 24 hours to prevent another breakout.“Definitely, they will be there 24 hours and they will be backed up. We don’t want a breakout again. There are more or less in a lock down position so that’s probably what’s causing the difficulties with them,” he told INews today.In addition, the Minister noted that the prisoners had been sanitised after leaving the Lusignan Prison and before entering the Camp Street Penitentiary.“They don’t have cell phones. They don’t have a number of the things that they had. They were sanitised this morning before they went into the prison…so it is important that we understand that. They were sanitised at Lusignan and then re-sanitised back at the prison [Camp Street] . So they are without all of the instruments and cell phones and other things that they had before.”Earlier today, there were reports of prisoners creating a ruckus at the Camp Street prison. When INews visited the scene, police officers were seen surrounding the block outside of the Penitentiary.Sunday evening, 13 hardcore prisoners escaped from the holding area in Lusignan by digging a hole under the wall. Thus far, seven of them have been recaptured.A manhunt is still on-going for the remaining six; in addition to the four who escaped from lawful custody on July 9 after staging an attack on Correctional Officers at the Camp Street Prison and setting the penitentiary alight.Those being hunted are; Clive Forde, Shawn Harris, Kerry Cromwell, Pascal Smith,  Kendall Skeet,Paul Goriah, Mark Durant Williams, Uree Varswyck, Stafrei Hopkinson Alexander, and Cobena Sephens. (Ramona Luthi) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedSearch of Camp Street Prison unearths 20 improvised weapons among other contrabandAugust 16, 2017In “Crime”300 Prisoners freed: It was a mistake, 463 removed, 91 released- RamjattanJuly 13, 2017In “latest news”Lusignan prisoners access generator fuel; attempt to raze facility over flooded conditionsJuly 14, 2017In “Crime” read more

Le grand requin blanc une créature fascinante et méconnue

first_imgLe grand requin blanc, une créature fascinante et méconnueÀ l’occasion de la Semaine européenne des requins, organisée par des ONG, le plongeur et photographe Patrice Héraud, lors d’une conférence à l’Aquarium de La Rochelle, dimanche 16 octobre, a présenté le grand requin blanc sous un jour réaliste, bien loin des clichés d’Hollywood. Filmé pour la première fois en 1965 seulement, encore méconnu, notamment en termes d’effectifs mondiaux, le grand requin blanc traîne encore et toujours une réputation de monstre sanguinaire. C’est pour mieux le faire connaître au public que  Patrice Héraud, qui l’a filmé en milieu naturel depuis 20 ans, a parlé de cet animal menacé à l’occasion d’une conférence à l’Aquarium de La Rochelle, dans le cadre d’un évènement organisé à l’initiative de plusieurs ONG, la Semaine européenne des requins.”Je ne suis pas un scientifique”, a t-il ainsi précisé, “ce que je peux raconter, ce sont les centaines d’heures passées auprès de cet animal”. Et pour cause, Patrice Héraud a photographié le squale à de nombreuse reprises en Afrique du Sud et en Australie, par 20 à 40 mètres de fond, parfois même hors cage de protection malgré la “fâcheuse tendance de l’animal d’arriver toujours par l’arrière”. “J’avais l’impression d’être une allumette dans une boîte quand je voyais passer le corps de ce requin énorme”, s’est-il souvenu, effrayé, bien sûr, mais plus fasciné que jamais par cette “machine merveilleuse” attiré par “un filet d’huile de poissons et de déchets”.”Au niveau photo, c’est un animal vraiment parfait”, a encore confirmé le photographe qui poursuit ses explorations à l’aide d’une cage spécialement conçue. Conquis par le “seigneur des océans”, Patrice Héraud a ainsi pris sa défense, à l’heure où la réputation de l’animal continue de le devancer : “on a peur de ce qu’on ne connaît pas, et le requin blanc, on ne le connaît pas”. 66 attaques en 10 ans À lire aussiUn requin mako filmé en pleine attaque par une caméra embarquée (Vidéo)”Quand il attaque un homme, c’est qu’il le confond avec un animal”, a ainsi assuré le photographe, qui ne demande pas qu’on “aime le requin, mais qu’on le respecte” alors que plus de 70 millions de requins (toutes espèces confondues) seraient victimes de la pêche chaque année, relève l’AFP. Comparé à cela, le grand requin blanc n’aurait été responsable que de 66 attaques entre 2000 et 2010 sur un total de 715 attaques de squales. Le Grand requin blanc, loin d’être uniquement une “mâchoire” ou un “mangeur d’hommes” surgi tout droit des “Dents de la mer” ou d’un de ses avatars hollywoodiens, est avant tout “une merveilleuse machine qui va disparaître”, a déploré Patrice Héraud. Le 22 octobre 2011 à 18:01 • Maxime Lambertlast_img read more

Facebook Proposes New IsInputHandling API for Faster Input Event Processing

first_imgThe new API has been divulgated through the W3C’s Web Platform Incubator Community Group (WICG), a platform supported by major browser vendors such as Microsoft, Apple, Google, and Mozilla, to have a dialog about new features. The corresponding WICG proposal details the rationale behind the API together with the constraints it has to meet and the privacy and security issues it creates.If feedback is positive, the new API could become fully available in Chrome and other browsers. Facebook hints that additional APIs could be contributed down the line: If we yield too often, the page loads too slowly. If we yield less often, it takes longer for the browser to respond to user events, and people get frustrated. In the example of registering behavior for a variety of UI components, we can’t wait for an idle period before continuing to register additional UI components. Another alternative is to use the Background Tasks API, in particular the requestIdleCallback() API, to run scripts when the browser is idle. However, this API is designed for tasks which do not have a high priority. As the proposal explains, this approach is also fraught with difficulties: With the proposed API, the script only yields execution to the browser when it has a good reason to. A common alternative to running long scripts on the main thread while mitigating the impact on interactivity involves yielding back to the browser at arbitrarily defined intervals. However, yielding execution to the browser when there are no inputs to process implies some inefficiency, in particular for frameworks which need to load large scripts on a page. Facebook explains: In that context, the new API seeks to provide a cooperative scheduling solution which allows task to complete as fast as possible while letting the browsers process input events in a way that users do not notice a lag between an input and its perceived effects (generally changes to the DOM).The new isInputPending API is included in Chrome 74, as an origin trial. Facebook mentions:center_img Facebook recently announced its first major browser API contribution. The new isInputPending API aims to shorten the time between a user input and its processing by the browser, and to increase the user experience of highly interactive applications.The new navigator.scheduling.isInputPending browser API proposal exposes a function isInputPending which will return true if the browser has an input event scheduled for dispatching. API consumers may specify specific event types (like touch or key events) to be checked by calling the function with the appropriate parameters.In the announcing blog post, Facebook’s Nate Schloss and Andrew Comminos give the following example of usage, where a script includes a logic by which it interrupts its computation to let the browser handle inputs:while (workQueue.length > 0) { if (navigator.scheduling.isInputPending([‘mousedown’, ‘mouseup’, ‘keydown’, ‘keyup’])) { // Stop doing work if we think we’ll start receiving a mouse or key event. break; } let job = workQueue.shift(); job.execute();} The origin trial will allow us to get a sense of how important the API is to developers, which is important information for all browser vendors on the web and is will shape our future conversations about this API. isInputPending is now part of a larger effort to build scheduling primitives into the web. Eventually, we hope to see browser tools that allow developers to integrate deeper into the browser’s task queue and even let developers give the browser insight into the priorities of various network requests and tasks. Developers may register and share feedback on the origin trial.last_img read more

Employee Benefits Live 2015 speaker slides

first_imgC5- Cutting the tax bill while motivsting your workforce with an effectice use of salary sacrificeSpeakers:Ken Akers, head of reward and engagement, Surrey County Council Download slidesNeil Robson, benefits contracts and payroll manager, Northumbrian Water Download slides D2- The benefits and challenges of establishing an international pension for a global businessSpeakers:Stewart Allanson, international corporate distribution manager, Zurich Slides not availableJulian Rose, executive reward and international pension plan manager, Diageo Slides not available Stream A: Workplace pensionsA4- How the changing pension landscape is impacting the perceptions and behaviours of employees and employersSpeakers:Linda Smith, head of HR, UK and Ireland, Euler HermesSue Pemberton, head of DC and Wealth, Buck Consultants at XeroxSlides not available  E6- Strategies for boosting the take-up of flexible benefits schemes Speakers:Donna Nind, EMEA reward director, Ricoh Europe Download slidesEvan Davidge, head of reward, Arup Download slides K4- How to become a destination employerKaren Bowes, vice president, international HR, Capital One Download slides F5- A guide to successfully marketing your benefits offeringAnna Cotgreave, reward and benefits manager, Clifford Chance Slides not availableJohn Whitaker, benefits consultant, Sky Download slides A5- Tackling the challenges of auto-re-enrolmentSpeakers:Karen Wake, senior manager, pensions strategy, Lloyds Banking Group Download slidesTim Middleton, technical consultant, Pensions Management Institute Slides not available B3- Perks with a purpose: engaging employees with careSpeakers:Kevin McCoy, managing director, Next Jump Download slidesLulu Mangena, compensation and benefits, Europe, Hilton Worldwide Download slides A2- Is age just a number?Speakers:Martha How, partner, Aon Employee BenefitsTobin Murphy-Coles, commercial director, Aon Employee BenefitsChris Carter, head of reward, SASDownload slides D3- How to develop a global reward strategy while retaining local flexibilityRob Cross, senior reward manager, EMEA, Equinix Download slidesRichard Beeby, head of reward, Dentsu Aegis Network Slides not available Day 2: 22 September 2015K3- Addressing unequal pay: opening Pandora’s boxDuncan Brown, head of HR consultancy, Institute for Employment Studies Slides not available Stream D: Global rewardD1- Managing pay in a global arenaNicos Nicolaides, director, compensation and benefits, Intercontinental Hotels Group Download slides Stream E: Financial wellbeingE1- Educating your workforce to take control of their financial healthSpeakers:Ian Hodson, reward and benefits manager, University of LincolnClaire Lock, senior director, human resources, MonsterDownload slides C3- The role of reward in talent managementSpeakers:Karen Gaynor, head of reward, Siemens Download slidesJohn Fitzgerald, global compensation and benefits partner, XL Catlin Slides not available C2- Developing a benefit and compensation strategy to meet your organisation’s long-term goalsSpeakers:Ian Mackenzie, head of pension and benefits, BNP Paribas Download slidesBen Marks, compensation and benefits director, L’Oreal UK Slides not available Stream F: Motivation and recognitionF1- Enhancing employee engagment through recognition schemesSpeakers:Neal Blackshire, benefits and compensation manager, McDonald’s Restaurants Slides not availableKaren Waterman, UK reward and HR system manager, World Duty Free Group Download slides E3- Driving employee engagement through financial wellbeing: are you helping or hindering?Speakers:Chris Mowatt, head of global stock and reward services, BarclaysSimon Naylor, group head of reward, Travis PerkinsPaul Nelson, group head of reward, Travis PerkinsDownload slides Stream C: Strategic HRC1- Getting buy-in from board level to enhance your reward strategy John Renz, group HR director, Novae Group Download slides E5- Boost employee engagement with tailor-made benefits Speakers:Guy Hayward, chief executive officer, Goodman MassonRichard McKinley-Price, head of benefits management, Jelf Employee BenefitsDownload slides F3- Mobile technology and online recognition systemsPaul Bissell, head of reward and policy, Three UK Download slides Stream A: Benefits for a multi-generatinonal workforce A1- Developing family-friendly policies to support working carersSpeakers:Debbie Dunkley, head of reward and ER, Baker and McKenzie Slides not available Mary Watt, Head of HR and development, Scottish Water Download slides C6- Salary sacrifice for cars: the key to a successful schemeSpeakers:Kevin O’Neill, development manager, SSEDoug Hyett, new business director, Lex AutoleaseAshley Barnett, senior consultant, Lex AutoleaseDownload slides Stream D: Benefits as an HR toolD4- What makes an award-winning benefits programme?Speakers:Sharon Tebb, compensation and benefits manager, WithersToria McCahill, head of reward, Dentsu Aegis Network David Brackwell, CitationSlides not available B5- The rewards of investing in health and wellbeingSpeakers:Tim Millington, human resources manager, Boston College Slides not availableKieran Smith, HR officer, Boston College Slides not availableFiona Lowe, head of people strategy and development, Westfield Health Download slides A3- From Gen Y to the ageing workforce: developing effective reward strategies for different generationsSpeakers:Luke Sondelski, global manager, compensation and benefits, Booking.com Download slidesCaroline Bendelow, director of people and performance, Age UK Download slides Stream F: CommunicationF4- Developing a powerful digital strategy to generate a buzz around benefitsSpeakers:Francis O’Mahony, head of employee share plans and share registration, BT Download slidesJen Felton, head of internal communications, United Utilities Slides not availableRuth Henshaw, head of reward, United Utilities Download slides B2- Cost-effective strategies for boosting staff engagementSpeakers:Jamie Ryan, director, Millers Oils Download slidesDr Neil Lancaster, people and social responsibility director, Gamestec Leisure Download slides B6- Taking a proactive approach towards mental health for increased employee wellbeingSpeakers:Lars Gielg, integrated health service manager, EMEA, IBM Download slidesSteve Exall, employee relations manager and wellbeing lead, BT Download slides Day 1- 21 September 2015K1- Engaging the workforce of the future Jane Marsh, group people director, Innocent DrinksSlides not available A6- The impact of the election on pensions so farSpeakers:David Roberts, head of pensions and benefits, Virgin MediaNeil Parfrey, head of pensions, Heineken Slides not available D6- Developing a strong employee value proposition to enhance talent management Ian Wright, senior manager, compensation and benefits EMEA, VMware Download slidesSamantha Gee and Julia Hanna, co-founders and directors, Verditer Consulting Download slides D5- Developing an effective total reward strategy Speakers:Marie-Noelle Gagnon, HR business partner, Novartis Oncology Slides not availableClive Wright, director at Hyperion HR and visiting professor at London Metropolitan University Download slides Stream B: Benefits on a budgetB1- Improving employee retention through salary sacrifice car schemesSpeakers:Jonathan Smith, relationship director, ZenithIan Barrett, reward manager, people and talent, Santander Slides unavailable K2- Wearable technology: the future of workplace health?Chris Brauer, director of innovation and senior management studies, Goldsmiths University of London Slides not available Stream E: Flexible benefitsE4- Building the business case for flexSpeakers:Amanda Willis, group head of reward, Peel Ports Group Download slidesRosemary Crabb, senior manager, flexible benefits, Nationwide Building Society Slides not available F2- Enhancing the ROI of recognition schemesJenny Davidson, group reward director, Dixons Carphone Slides not availableMichael Rose, director, Rewards Consulting Download slides Where speakers have given approval, we have uploaded the slides for sessions at Employee Benefits Live 2015.We would like to say a huge thank you to all speakers for their inspiration, ideas and input in to Employee Benefits Live 2015. E2- Implementing successful workplace savings intiatives to enhance financial wellbeingRosemary Lemon, group head of reward, Hays Download slides Stream B: Health and wellbeingB4- Health and wellbeing strategies for a workplace of the futureGemma Bourne, head of social sustainability and Lendlease Foundation, Europe, Lend Lease Slides not available F6- Breaking through the communications barrier: a five-step plan for successSpeakers:Steve Sykes, client director, Arthur J Gallagher Rebecca Seymour, employee relations and reward manager, PSA Peugeot Citroen Download slides Stream C: Tax-efficient benefitsC4- The changes to childcare vouchers: assessing the impact on your organisation and workforceGemma Dainty, reward consultant, TalkTalk Download slideslast_img read more

3 suffer burn injuries as fire breaks out in Old Dhaka again

first_imgLogo of fire IllustrationThree people sustained burn injuries as a fire broke out at a scrap-metal store in Kamalbagh of the old part of the city on Saturday afternoon, reports UNB. The injured are store owner’s son Sumon Khan, 30, its stuffs Sumon, 35 and Nur Alam, 32.All of them were admitted to the burn unit of Dhaka Medical College Hospital (DMCH), said Inspector Bacchu Miah, in-charge of the hospital police outpost.One of the victims said the fire was originated from a blast that took place while they were flattening expired and scrapped bottles of body-spray inside the store.Soon after the fire started engulfing the surrounding areas, locals rushed to the spot and doused it with their own efforts and rescued them, he said.The fire incident happened just 10 days after the fatal fire that broke out at a chemical warehouse in Chawkbazar area of Old Dhaka on 20 February, leaving at least 70 people dead.last_img read more

Plan To Hold Houston Open At Memorial Park Faces Council Resistance

first_img 00:00 /00:51 Since the 1970s, the Houston Open has taken place at golf courses outside of Houston city limits, most recently at the Golf Club of Houston in Humble.After main sponsor Shell dropped out last year, Astros owner Jim Crane stepped in to save the PGA tournament. “We felt like the only way to return the Houston Open to prominence was to return it to the city of Houston,” Giles Kibbe, president of the Astros Golf Foundation, told the City Council’s Quality of Life Committee on Wednesday.The plan is to renovate the municipal course at Memorial Park.That would mean the course will be closed for 10 months, Houston Parks and Recreation Director Steve Wright said.The City Council is expected to vote on the privately funded renovation in the next few weeks.Several council members expressed concerns. Brenda Stardig was the most vocal.“We’re going to be designating all these resources for this when we have parks that have been neglected for years,” she said.Other concerns were parking and traffic, as well as potential impact on regular golfers and Memorial area residents.District B council member Jerry Davis said he expected his colleagues to be “elated.”“Yes, there are going to be some hiccups with parking,” he said. “But these are some of things we have to go through. We sat here today and talked about being a world class city, and I think this is an opportunity to do it.” To embed this piece of audio in your site, please use this code: Xcenter_img Wikimedia CommonsThe Memorial Park golf course renovation is expected to take 10 months. Listen Sharelast_img read more

Questions Remain About Lockdown After Suiters Death

first_imgBy Stephen Janis, Special to the AFROAs the city continues to debate the findings of an Independent Review Board (IRB), that all but concluded detective Sean Suiter committed suicide in a West Baltimore alley last year, one critical decision by police in the wake of his death remains largely unexplained:  why did the command staff continue to lockdown the Harlem Park neighborhood for six days when, by all accounts, the department knew there was no imminent threat?The police department declined to comment for this article. And the IRB report cited command staff breakdown in part for the unpopular decision.The Harlem Park neighborhood in West Baltimore was locked down by Baltimore Police for six days after the death of Det. Sean Suiter inNovember. (Courtesy Photo)But, the lengthy occupation of the West Baltimore neighborhood–which included forcing residents to carry papers and legally questionable warrant checks–has been a point of contention in the community; a decision both contrary to the expectations of residents in the wake of a federal consent decree with the Department of Justice, which to some suggest a more nefarious motive.“They did it because they could,” State Sen. Jill P. Carter, who is also the deputy director of the city’s Office of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement told the AFRO. “It was a way of emphasizing to an entire community they are all Dred Scott and have no rights.”Shortly after the shooting, Carter called a meeting of the city’s Civilian Review Board (at the time she was director of the Office of Civil Rights and Wage Enforcement) at the Metropolitan United Methodist Church in response to complaints from residents that they were under siege.  During the nightlong hearing, dozens of people expressed frustration with police tactics.Carter takes issue with the official explanation at the time that the expansive, nearly permanent crime scene was motivated by a search for an elusive Black male suspect police identified shortly after the shooting, but who never materialized.   She still views the lockdown as a deliberate attempt to reassert police authority in a city that was seeking substantive reform from a department that had been seemingly resistant to change.“They exploited the tragedy of Detective Suiter’s death to send a strong ‘police lives matter’ message and in doing so, they thumbed their noses at the consent decree and the people they are sworn to serve, “Carter said.In fact, the lockdown earned a strong rebuke from the federal monitoring team tasked with reporting on the department’s compliance with the consent decree.  The group concluded that the command staff knew within 36 hours that there was no immediate threat from the lone Black male then Commissioner Kevin Davis identified as the primary suspect in Suiter’s then alleged-murder.Even the explanation offered by commanders that extending the crime scene was critical to preserving evidence isn’t plausible for some experienced investigators.Former Maryland State Police narcotics chief and Baltimore police commander Neil Franklin said the idea of preserving a six-block scene for a week is hard to comprehend.“I can see absolutely no valid reason for locking down Harlem Park as they did,” Franklin told the AFRO.  “They would never have done this in Roland Park.”Which raises the question that looms over the entire ordeal, why would police under heightened public scrutiny make such a risky decision?It’s a question that has yet to be examined in light of one of the most damning revelations of the entire incident:  then police commissioner Kevin Davis’ decision to withhold the fact that Suiter was not just a witness, but a possible suspect in the Gun Trace Task Force (GTTF), scandal.The GTTF was a group of eight officers who either pleaded guilty or were convicted of robbing residents, dealing drugs, and stealing overtime. It is one of the most damaging examples of corruption to engulf the beleaguered agency accustomed to them.But, at the time of Suiter’s shooting, the scope of the scandal was limited to crimes captured on a series of wiretaps recorded in 2016.  It was Suiter’s pending testimony that could have, in part, expand the timeline well beyond the initial accusations and broaden an already damaging corruption investigation.In fact, the case Suiter was set to testify about involved his role with GTTF ringleader Sgt. Wayne Jenkins in a 2010 robbery; an investigation, which led to charges that Jenkins planted drugs on Baltimore resident Umar Burley after he tried to evade him and caused a fatal accident.The circumstances of the 2010 incident seems to make the findings of the IRB report, that Davis concealed both Suiter’s pending testimony and the legal jeopardy the veteran homicide detective was facing, compelling.  The lone suspect from the community was the perfect narrative to paint Suiter’s death as a random act, instead of another link in the expanding GTTF scandal; which is a major reason why the community continues to be skeptical about any official explanation of Suiter’s death, or the ensuing lockdown. It is a skepticism shared by many community activists like Christopher Irvin.“I think that it is entirely a possible scenario that the lockdown was possibly done as a ruse,” Irvin said.last_img read more

Building Seawalls To Protect Vulnerable US Locations From Rising Sea Levels Will

first_img DEAL OF THE DAY Ads by Amazon Ads by Amazon All Close The cost of climate change is not something that is easy to compute, and even now communities are spending billions to protect themselves from its effects. When it comes to sea level rise, coastal communities are the most at risk, and a new study finds that protecting ourselves from it will come at a hefty price.Seawalls Against Rising Sea LevelsA new study conducted by the Center for Climate Integrity provides an estimate of what protecting ourselves from climate change could cost, specifically when it comes to the rising sea level. The researchers focused on one possible protective measure against it, and that is how much building seawalls would cost the nation.All in all, the researchers found that building 50,000 miles of seawalls across the country would cost a hefty $400 billion, with Florida having to spend $75.9 billion for 9,243 miles of seawalls. Following Florida as the most costly state is Louisiana, which will have to shell out $38 billion. North Carolina, Virginia, and Maryland are following closely behind with expected expenditure of $34.8 billion, $31 billion, and $27 billion respectively. ENDS IN AllVideo On Demand: Rent or BuyClothing & AccessoriesMajor AppliancesArts, Crafts & SewingAutomotiveBaby & NurseryBeauty & GroomingBooks & TextbooksCollectible CoinsCamera & PhotoCell Phones & AccessoriesClassical MusicComputers, Tablets & ComponentsBlu-Ray & DVDElectronic Components & Home AudioEntertainment CollectiblesVideo GamesOther Gift Card BrandsGrocery & Gourmet FoodPatio, Lawn & GardenHealth & HouseholdBusiness & Industrial SuppliesJewelryKindle StoreKitchen & DiningMagazinesMiscellaneousDigital MusicCDs & VinylMusical InstrumentsOffice & School SuppliesPet Food & SuppliesPatio, Lawn & GardenShoes, Handbags, Wallets, SunglassesSoftwareSports CollectiblesSports & FitnessHome ImprovementToys & GamesVHSVideo GamesWatches ⓒ 2018 TECHTIMES.com All rights reserved. Do not reproduce without permission. Bestseller Wow facts 4Share this videoCopyPausePlay00:00% Buffered0PreviousPausePlayNextLive00:00 / 00:00UnmuteMuteExit fullscreenFullscreenCopy video urlPlay / PauseMute / UnmuteReport a problemLanguageBackMox PlayerDefaultEnglishEspañolУкраїнськаРусскийWhen it comes to cities, Jacksonville, Florida comes first with an expected cost of $3.4 billion, followed by New York costing $1.9 billion, and Virginia Beach costing $1.7 billion.These figures are based on the predicted sea level rise in the next 20 yearsThe Cost Of Climate ChangeThe data is relevant, because states and municipalities need to take these protective measures into account, to determine where to get the funding for such projects. What’s more, seawalls are just one of the many measures we need to take to protect ourselves from sea level rise, as well as the other effects of climate change such as droughts, public health issues, and extreme weather events.Even now, places such as Miami Beach in Florida and San Francisco, California are already experiencing chronic flooding from sea level rise, and have started seawall building projects in response. Even small cities such as DelRay Beach in Florida have also started to compute the possible cost of building seawalls, improving pipes, and elevating roads, and have determined that even a small city like theirs need $378 million for the projects.But apart from the price tags of seawalls, the researchers also laid down the question of who will have to pay for the projects. Clearly, these numbers seem dreadful for any community that will have to pay to protect themselves and their properties, but there is also the question of whether the companies that continue to profit from the very same products that are causing the climate crisis must take responsibility and pay.These are things that have to be taken into serious consideration, not just in the long-run, but even now especially since many places are already experiencing chronic flooding or the other consequences of climate change.“The conclusions of the study can provide the basis for an informed discussion about alternative courses of action and additional sources of revenue beyond raising taxes for necessary adaptation projects,” the researchers note. TAG Rising Sea Levels, Climate change, Sea Walls Searchlast_img read more

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first_img News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 Mevion and C-RAD Release Integration for Improved Proton Therapy Treatment Quality Mevion Medical Systems and C-RAD announced the integration between the C-RAD Catalyst PT and the Mevion S250i proton… read more Catalyst PT image courtesy of C-RAD News | Proton Therapy | August 06, 2019 IBA Signs Contract to Install Proton Therapy Center in Kansas IBA (Ion Beam Applications S.A.) recently signed a contract and received the first payment for a Proteus One solution… read more Following radiation, the bone marrow shows nearly complete loss of blood cells in mice (left). Mice treated with the PTP-sigma inhibitor displayed rapid recovery of blood cells (purple, right). Credit: UCLA Broad Stem Cell Research Center/Nature Communications Related Content News | Radiation Therapy | August 15, 2019 First Patient Enrolled in World’s Largest Brain Cancer Clinical Trial Henry Ford Cancer Institute is first-in-the-world to enroll a glioblastoma patient in the GBM AGILE Trial (Adaptive… read more The MD Anderson Proton Therapy Center expansion is expected to be completed in 2023. Rendering courtesy of Stantec. News | Radiation Therapy | August 16, 2019 Drug Accelerates Blood System’s Recovery After Radiation, Chemotherapy A drug developed by UCLA physician-scientists and chemists speeds up the regeneration of mouse and human blood stem… read more News | Artificial Intelligence | August 13, 2019 Artificial Intelligence Could Yield More Accurate Breast Cancer Diagnoses University of California Los Angeles (UCLA) researchers have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) system that… read more Intraoperative Radiotherapy (IORT) is used for accelerated, partial breast irradiation.June 9, 2010 – A single radiation dose during intraoperative radiotherapy (IORT) is at least as effective as longer post-operative treatments, according to results from a study presented at the American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO) meeting, held June 4-8 in Chicago and published in the Lancet June 5.In the study, TARGIT (targeted intraoperative radiotherapy), the radiation therapy is confined to the area of the breast where the tumor has been removed. Researchers reported that TARGIT is as effective at preventing breast cancer recurrence as whole breast radiotherapy and can be completed in one hospital visit. After surgery to conserve the breast, 90 percent of cancer recurrences occur very near to where the removed tumor was (index quadrant), despite the presence of multicentric cancers elsewhere in the breast. Researchers suggested restriction of radiation therapy to the site of the tumor bed during surgery may be suitable for selected patients. The authors compared targeted intraoperative radiotherapy with the conventional policy of whole breast external beam radiotherapy.The trial enrolled women aged at least 45 years with invasive ductal breast carcinoma undergoing breast-conserving surgery were enrolled. A total of 1,113 patients were randomly allocated to targeted intraoperative radiotherapy and 1,119 were allocated to external beam radiotherapy.Of 996 patients who received the allocated treatment in the targeted intraoperative radiotherapy group:- 854 (86 percent) received targeted intraoperative radiotherapy only- 142 (14 percent) received targeted intraoperative radiotherapy plus external beam radiotherapyThere were 1,025 (92 percent) patients in the external beam radiotherapy group received the allocated treatment.At four years, there were:- Six local recurrences (of cancer) in the intraoperative radiotherapy group- Five local recurrences (of cancer) in the external beam radiotherapy groupOccurrence rates in the two groups were similar; 1-20 percent in the targeted intraoperative radiotherapy and 0-95 percent in the external beam radiotherapy group.The researchers found targeted intraoperative radiotherapy almost completely avoids irradiation of the intrathoracic structures such as the heart, lung, and oesophagus. Consequently, the damage to these structures, which can occur even with modern external beam radiotherapy, will have been avoided.They wrote in their conclusion: “For selected patients with early breast cancer, a single dose of radiotherapy delivered at the time of surgery by use of targeted intraoperative radiotherapy should be considered as an alternative to external beam radiotherapy delivered over several weeks.”Reference: Vaidya, J., et al. “Targeted intraoperative radiotherapy versus whole breast radiotherapy for breast cancer (TARGIT-A trial): an international, prospective, randomised, noninferiority phase 3 trial.” The Lancet. June 5, 2010. DOI:10.1016/S0140-6736(10)60837-9For more information: www.thelancet.com FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 News | Mammography | August 14, 2019 Imago Systems Announces Collaboration With Mayo Clinic for Breast Imaging Image visualization company Imago Systems announced it has signed a know-how license with Mayo Clinic. The multi-year… read more News | Brachytherapy Systems | August 14, 2019 Efficacy of Isoray’s Cesium Blu Showcased in Recent Studies August 14, 2019 — Isoray announced a trio of studies recently reported at scientific meetings and published in medica read more News | Proton Therapy | August 08, 2019 MD Anderson to Expand Proton Therapy Center The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center unveiled plans to expand its Proton Therapy Center during a… read more News | June 09, 2010 Single Dose IORT for Breast Tumors Found Effective Image courtesy of Imago Systems News | Patient Positioning Radiation Therapy | August 07, 2019 Qfix kVue One Proton Couch Top Validated by Mevion Medical Systems Qfix and Mevion Medical Systems announced that a special version of the kVue One Proton couch top is now both validated… read more News | PACS | August 09, 2019 Lake Medical Imaging Selects Infinitt for Multi-site RIS/PACS Infinitt North America will be implementing Infinitt RIS (radiology information system)/PACS (picture archiving and… read more last_img read more

Putin says glad to give US boxing star Russian passport

first_imgMOSCOW,Russia — Russian President Vladimir Putin on Wednesday said he would be glad to grant a request for Russian citizenship from U.S. boxer Roy Jones Jr. as the multiple world champion visited Russian-annexed Crimea.The 46-year-old boxer, famed for winning world titles in four different weight categories, drank tea with Putin in Crimea’s naval port city of Sevastopol, photographs released by the Kremlin showed.Jones, who has branched out into rap and acting in films, was in Crimea to appear as a guest at a boxing show on Sunday.“I think that if I had a Russian passport, for example, it would be a lot easier for me to come and go, because people love sport here and so I love this place,” Jones told Putin in comments translated into Russian by TASS state news agency.Putin replied: “If you intend to link a significant part of your life with activities in Russia, then of course we will be glad and will fulfil your request to receive Russian citizenship with pleasure.”Boxing promoter Vladimir Khryunov, who works with Jones in Russia, told TASS that Jones had “no questions at all about travelling here,” despite Washington’s condemnation of Russia’s annexation of Crimea from Ukraine.Russia granted citizenship to French actor Gerard Depardieu in 2013 after he expressed his anger over French tax laws.Putin, a judo black-belt, has previously hung out with a number of muscle-bound stars including U.S. actor Steven Seagal and Hollywood star Jean-Claude Van Damme. Facebook Comments Related posts:Obama urges Putin to back down in Ukraine or face new steps Nicaragua’s Ortega defends military ties with Russia Russia’s Putin in Cuba, Nicaragua to rekindle Latin America ties In court of public opinion, Putin goes on triallast_img read more

CFPB to Expand on New Servicing Rules at Five Star Conference

first_img August 4, 2016 504 Views in Daily Dose, Featured, Government, News CFPB to Expand on New Servicing Rules at Five Star Conference CFPB Five Star Conference and Expo Mortgage Servicing Rules 2016-08-04 Seth Welborncenter_img The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is scheduled to host the Industry & Servicer Training Update at the Five Star Conference & Expo on September 12, 2016. The presentation will be among the first times that the Bureau will provide an in-depth, in-person training since the promulgation of the new servicing rules published on Thursday.The update will be led by Laurie Maggiano, the Manager for Servicing and Securitization Markets in the Division of Research, Markets, and Regulation at the CFPB. Maggiano will address the 900-page finalized set of rules on mortgage servicing. These updated measures are designed to ensure that homeowners, struggling borrowers, and property heirs are treated fairly by mortgage servicers.“We are proud to provide the CFPB with this platform for the benefit of the mortgage servicing industry,” said Ed Delgado, President & CEO of the Five Star Institute. “This update represents a special opportunity for the industry to actively engage with the Bureau and get their questions answered directly.”The finalized rules dictate that servicers must provide certain borrowers with foreclosure protections more than once over the life of the loan. According to the CFPB, this change will be particularly helpful for borrowers who obtain a permanent loan modification and later suffer an unrelated hardship, such as the loss of a job or the death of a family member, that could otherwise cause them to face foreclosure.Servicers must also clarify borrower protections when the servicing of a loan is transferred and provide important loan information to borrowers in bankruptcy.The updated rules also more clearly define various roles in the foreclosure process. For those who inherit property, the potential foreclosure process has been especially perilous. The updated rules establish a broad definition of “successor in interest” that generally includes persons who receive property upon the death of a relative or joint tenant, via divorce or legal separation, through certain trusts, or from a spouse or parent and gives them, generally, the same protections outlined under the CFPB’s mortgage servicing rules as the original borrower.These amendments also require servicers to notify borrowers when loss mitigation applications are complete and provide greater protection for struggling borrowers during servicing transfers. The rules also clarify servicers’ obligations to avoid dual-tracking and prevent wrongful foreclosures, as well as when a borrower becomes delinquent.“When a borrower misses a periodic payment but later makes it up, if the servicer applies that payment to the oldest outstanding periodic payment, the date the borrower’s delinquency began advances,” the CFPB stated.CFPB Director Richard Cordray said, “These updates to the rule will give greater protections to mortgage borrowers, particularly surviving family members and other successors in interest, who often are especially vulnerable.”The finalized rules were released at a time when the CFPB is also considering a set of consumer protection principles to guide mortgage servicers, investors, government housing agencies, and policymakers as they develop new foreclosure relief solutions, now that the federal Home Affordable Modification Program (HAMP) is coming to its end.The CFPB will give a more detailed analysis on these extensive updates during The Five Star Conference & Expo. The Five Star Conference is the nation’s largest gathering of mortgage servicing professionals, complete with industry leading academics, career-advancing networking opportunities, and special keynote presentations. The 2016 Five Star Conference & Expo takes place September 11 – 13 in Dallas, Texas.Click here to register for The Five Star Conference and Expo.The Five Star Institute is a parent company for MReport and themreport.com. Sharelast_img read more

The Brexit Effect on US Housing

first_img Brexit interest Investments mortgage rates Realtor.com 2019-03-15 Seth Welborn Following Wednesday’s vote in the U.K. Parliament to postpone the March 29 departure date, the Brexit process is likely to drag on even longer. Despite Brexit taking place across the ocean, how will the process impact the housing market in the U.S.?“A no-deal Brexit would probably hurt U.S. home sales in 2019,” said, Danielle Hale,  Chief Economist at realtor.com. “The slowdown in global economic growth centered in the U.K. and Europe would likely cause the U.S. economy to soften. That would lead to lower job growth and less income growth. Both are really important drivers for people looking to buy homes.”According to realtor.com, Brexit could lead to lower mortgage rates for U.S. homebuyers. Instability in the U.K. may lead to British investors moving to safer investments such as U.S. Treasury Bonds, pushing rates down.”We definitely saw the housing market slow when mortgage rates got close to 5% at the end of 2018,” says Hale. “If Brexit does hold mortgage rates down, it could help power some additional home sales this spring.”Additionally, sellers may find British real estate investors looking to buy in the U.S. to avoid instability, especially among luxury real estate.”The British will have a harder time buying property in Spain, Italy, and other parts of Europe,” says Lawrence Yun, Chief Economist of the National Association of Realtors. “They could look to the U.S. as an alternative destination to buy.””Many folks who have been based in London over the last 20 or 30 years are shifting their interests into the United States,” says attorney Edward Mermelstein of the New York City–based One and Only Holdings. His foreign investor clients have been buying up apartment buildings in and around New York City over the past six months as a result of Brexit.”When they’re selling in London, they’re buying in New York,” he says.Worst case scenario, though, is Brexit leads to an economic recession in Britain and in the E.U.“It could have a negative ripple effect to the U.S.,” says Yun.Find more at Realtor.com. March 15, 2019 1,271 Views The Brexit Effect on U.S. Housingcenter_img in Daily Dose, Data, Featured, Government, News, Origination Sharelast_img read more

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