Amid Jerada Protests, El Othmani Promises New Opportunities, End to Illegal…

Rabat – Morocco’s Head of Government, Saad Eddine El Othmani announced on Saturday the suspension of illegal mining operations in the city of Jerada, home to ongoing protests since the death of three local miners.While on an official visit to Oujda to meet regional and local leaders, El Othmani pledged several measures that will be taken to support the economic and social conditions of Jerada’s residents.El Othmani said that the government has conducted a technical survey on ground composition and minerals in the area. The survey, according to El Othmani, has shown the existence of new unexplored and unmined minerals: lead, zinc and copper.“In light of this study, the opportunity will be allowed for the legal exploitation of these various types of minerals existing in the region of Jerada,” said El Othmani who was quoted by several Moroccan news outlets. These new mining and exploration opportunities will benefit the population of the region, and will offer the region’s inhabitants new employment opportunities, added El Othmani.El Othmani has also promised the suspension of illegal mining activities in the region, which led to the deaths of three local miners recently.During the meeting, the head of government announced the launch of an industrial zone for Jerada, which will provide young entrepreneurs in several business sectors with the opportunity to carry out their projects.El Othmani also announced that 3,000 hectares will be made available for agricultural activities. One thousand hectares will be for the benefit of land title holders, while 2,000 hectares will be for the sake of new young farmers. According to El Othmani, this measure is aimed at improving responsible environmental development in the region while supporting sustainable economic activities. read more

Mens hockey Ohio States 201617 success due to senior class

Ohio State senior goaltender Christian Frey stretches out to make a save against Michigan at the Schottenstein Center on Feb. 25. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo Editor650 games, 119 goals, 320 points and nearly 4,000 saves. These statistics represent the accomplishments of the members of the Ohio State men’s hockey class of 2017.The seven seniors — forwards Nick Schilkey and David Gust, defensemen Drew Brevig and Josh Healey, and goaltenders Christian Frey, Matt Tomkins and Logan Davis — have recorded 63 victories in 140 games and, collectively, put Buckeye hockey on the map.This unit’s efforts and accomplishments on and off the ice have been recognized over the last four years, as they have racked up a combined eight All-Big Ten honors, 24 Ohio State Scholar-Athlete awards, 21 Big Ten Star of the Week accolades, and four Big Ten Distinguished Scholar recognitions.Ohio State senior forward Nick Schilkey winds a wrister from the left slot against Minnesota on Feb. 11 at the Schottenstein Center. Credit: Jacob Myers | Assistant Sports EditorWith that being said, coach Steve Rohlik said this group is the reason why OSU hockey has reached the success it has had since the 2013-2014 season began.Two regular season games remain on the schedule for the Scarlet and Gray after Saturday, and Rohlik’s team currently sits on the edge of its first NCAA tournament appearance since 2009. With that, Schilkey said OSU expected to make the tournament from the beginning of the year and that an appearance this season would be “icing on the cake.”“These seven guys have put this program where it needs to be on and off the ice,” Rohlik said. “They’ve done an incredible job, they’re what it is to be a Buckeye. You look at those seven guys, and that’s exactly what it takes.”Surprisingly, not every player in the graduating class joined the Scarlet and Gray roster at the same time. Frey signed his National Letter of Intent with the Buckeyes in Dec. 2013 after playing two seasons with the Dubuque Fighting Saints in the United States Hockey League.After arriving in Columbus, Frey said he wasn’t sure what to expect by coming into a squad in the middle of the season, besides that he was entering an “awkward situation” with two other goal stoppers on the roster. Now, more than four years later, Frey said he still remembers his first experience in an OSU uniform — a 25-save performance in a 6-3 home win.“I remember it was against Mercyhurst, and I was just so nervous playing college hockey for the first time,” Frey said. “I came in like a week before that, and then I was playing my first college hockey game. So it was just crazy for me.”Ohio State senior defenseman Drew Brevig waits for the faceoff in a game against Robert Morris on Nov. 4. Credit: Alexa Mavrogianis | Photo EditorAdditionally, Frey said he enjoyed meeting the other six members of his class after joining the Buckeyes, though they even gave him a hard time on occasion.“They were all here before me, so they were all buddies and I just kind of came into their group. I remember sophomore year we had a group chat that was, like, ‘sophomore six plus Freyzie,’ so I was just kind of excluded,” Frey said jokingly. “But, it was awesome meeting those guys, and I think we have a really good group of guys in (the locker room).”Among the other seniors, Schilkey has been key to the Scarlet and Gray’s success in the last four seasons. As a two-time captain, the Marysville, Michigan, native has notched 125 points on 66 goals and 59 assists in 135 games played. The Buckeyes’ forward will play his final game at the Schottenstein Center Saturday night, and said he is proud of what this group of seniors has accomplished.“I think we’ve worked hard over the last four years, and it’s special to us to be able to say that we’re trying to leave this program in a better place than we found it; and I think we’ve done that,” Schilkey said. In light of the Buckeyes’ senior night on Saturday night against Michigan State, Schilkey said that emotions will be high for himself and the rest of the senior class, but the team’s collective attention is set on three Big Ten points.“Everything about (Ohio State) has been great to me, it’s been great to the rest of the seniors,” Schilkey said. “We’ve just got to win games, and that’s really been the focus. Whatever Saturday (brings), leaving on a good note or whatever that is, it’s a matter of that we’ve got to win that game.” read more

Mens Volleyball Ohio State prepares for clash with Lewis in MIVA semifinals

Junior setter Sanil Thomas sets the ball during the second set of No. 3 Ohio State’s match against No. 8 Penn State on Jan. 28, 2018 in St. John Arena. The Buckeyes defeated the Nittany Lions in straight sets (25-19, 25-15, 25-17) to pick up their fifth win of the season. Credit: Aliyyah Jackson | Senior ReporterThe No. 7 Ohio State men’s volleyball team (21-5, 11-3 MIVA) will continue its march through the MIVA tournament when it battles Lewis University (19-10, 9-5 MIVA) for a spot in the MIVA finals at 7 p.m. Wednesday at St. John Arena. Ohio State and Lewis have faced off twice this season and split the pair of matches — each winning at home by a final score of 3-0. The most recent match was March 31 at St. John Arena in which the Buckeyes had the home advantage and redeemed their earlier loss against the Flyers.If history is prepared to repeat itself, the Buckeyes should feel comfortable knowing they have home-court advantage.“That’s a huge advantage for us. Clearly, the last time we played we handled them fairly well,” head coach Pete Hanson said. “It was here in this building and, you know, I think the guys are in a good frame of mind.”Junior setter Sanil Thomas anticipates that this match might not be as easy as the last team the two teams faced off against one another. Unlike last time, both teams have something big for which to play.Not only will the two teams be playing for a spot in the MIVA finals, but the winner will put itself in a good position to secure a spot in the NCAA tournament.“We know they’re going to play hard, but we’re going to see if we can match that energy,” Thomas said. “We know that if we play to our level it’ll be a good match. We’re hoping for their best and preparing as much as we can.”The winner of Wednesday’s matchup will advance from the semifinals into the finals to face the winner of the game between No. 11 Ball State and No. 8 Loyola. Like Ohio State and Lewis, Ball State and Loyola split the season series against one another with each winning on their respective home courts. Each team has a drastically different style of play, but Hanson said he expects Loyola to have the upper hand given that it will be playing on its home court in Chicago. “That’s the rubber game between those two teams. Each team won on their own home court and, again, Ball State is at Loyola so you would have to give the advantage to the home team, Loyola, but this is sports and anything can happen,” Hanson said.Thomas said the matchup between the two will be an intriguing one to follow. Though Ball State is a much more defensive team that does not beat itself, Thomas said Loyola will play a physical brand of volleyball that keeps them aggressive most of the time.While Hanson has looked ahead briefly to the potential matchup that could lie on the other side of the semifinal clash with Lewis, he understands the importance of focusing mainly on what is directly ahead of him and his team.Right now, he feels the team will just need to keep its focus on its own gameplay and continue to improve to have a chance against the Flyers.“We lost two five-set matches — one to Loyola, one to Ball State — where we were ahead 2-0 in both of those matches, took a 10-minute break and then kind of lost our momentum,” Hanson said. “I just want to make sure we get to Saturday and we play somebody on Saturday.” read more

Hunt orders review of medical malpractice amid doctors outcry over manslaughter case

first_imgWouldn’t be appropriate for me as Govt Minister to criticise a court ruling, but deeply concerned about possibly unintended implications here for learning & reflective practice in e-journals. Am also totally perplexed that GMC acted as they did: patient safety must be paramount— Jeremy Hunt (@Jeremy_Hunt) 25 January 2018 He said the watcdog was committed to examining the issues, and to ensure fair treatment of doctors working in situations where the risk of death is a constant and in the context of systemic pressure.”“Doctors are working in extremely challenging conditions, and we recognise that any doctor can make a mistake, particularly when working under pressure. We know that we cannot immediately resolve all of the profession’s concerns, but we are determined to do everything possible to bring positive improvements out of this issue,” he said.The GMC is carrying  out its own review, and would endure the findings from the new review feed into it.Dr Bawa-Garba was struck off over the death of Jack Adcock, aged 6, at Leicester Royal Infirmary in 2011.The child, from Glen Parva, Leicestershire, was admitted to the hospital in February 2011, his sepsis went undiagnosed and led to him suffering a cardiac arrest. The courts heard Dr Bawa-Garba, a paediatrician, committed a “catalogue” of errors, including missing signs of his infection and mistakenly thinking Jack was under a do-not-resuscitate order.But they also heard the doctor was working amid widespread staff shortages, with IT failures and delays in test resultsAt the time of the ruling, Jack’s mother, Nicola, said: “We are absolutely elated with the decision. It’s what we wanted.”I know we’ll never get Jack back but we have got justice for our little boy.”The Medical Protection Society, which represented Dr Bawa-Garba, said at the time: “A conviction should not automatically mean that a doctor who has fully remediated and demonstrated insight into their clinical failings is erased.”An online appeal set up by concerned doctors has raised more than £320,000 to help pay the legal costs of Dr Bawa-Garba.Agency nurse Isabel Amaro was also convicted of manslaughter on the grounds of gross negligence relating to the same incident and struck off by the Nursing and Midwifery Council. Jeremy Hunt has ordered an urgent review of medical malpractice cases following concerns over a recent manslaughter case involving a doctor.Dr Hadiza Bawa-Garba was struck off the medical register after she was found guilty of mistakes in the care of a six-year-old boy who died of sepsis.The case has been met with a backlash among medics, with thousands sending letters of support for the doctor, saying the decision ignored NHS failings and staff shortages which contributed to the death.Dr Bawa-Garba was originally suspended from the medical register for 12 months last June by a tribunal, but has now been removed from the medical register following a High Court appeal by regulator the General Medical Council (GMC).The GMC said the the original decision was “not sufficient to protect the public”.Mr Hunt had already expressed unease about the situation, saying he was “totally perplexed” by the actions of the watchdog.In particular, he raised concerns that doctors would no longer be open about errors, and be honest in their self-appraisals.In a statement to the Commons, the Health and Social Care said clarity was needed about  drawing the line between gross negligence and ordinary errors.Speaking in the House of Commons today, Mr Hunt said Sir Norman Williams, former president of the Royal College of Surgeons, will lead a national “rapid review” of the application of such laws.He said Sir Norman will review how “we ensure there is clarity about where the line is drawn between gross negligence manslaughter and ordinary human error in medical practice so that doctors and other health professionals know where they stand with respect to criminal liability or professional misconduct”.Mr Hunt said the review will also look at the role of reflective learning, to ensure doctors are able to open and transparent and learn from mistakes.The review, which is due to report by April, will also consider lessons to be learned by the GMC and other regulators.Charlie Massey, chief executive of the General Medical Council said: “We welcome the announcement today from the Secretary of State to conduct a rapid review into whether gross negligence manslaughter laws are fit for purpose in healthcare in England. The issues around GNM within healthcare have been present for a number of years, and we have been engaged in constructive discussions with medical leaders on this issue.” Jack Adcock, who died in 2011center_img Want the best of The Telegraph direct to your email and WhatsApp? Sign up to our free twice-daily  Front Page newsletter and new  audio briefings. Jack Adcock, who died in 2011last_img read more

Ronaldo scores first Juve goals in win

Getty image Cristiano Ronaldo scored his first two goals for Juventus as the Italian champions maintained their perfect start to the season.Ronaldo, goalless in his first three games since his move from Real Madrid, tapped in shortly after half-time.The 33-year-old then finished off a rapid counter-attack by shooting into the bottom corner after 65 minutes.Sassuolo pulled one back in added time via Khouma Babacar and Douglas Costa was sent off but the hosts held on.Juve’s Brazilian winger was dismissed after a video assistant referee intervention for spitting at Federico di Francesco, having aimed a headbutt at the same player and appeared to try to elbow him.Ronaldo could have completed a hat-trick late on but missed two easy chances from inside the penalty area. The win is Juventus’ fourth from four games this season. (BBC) Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedCristiano Ronaldo fires Portugal into Euro 2016 finalJuly 6, 2016In “Sports”FIFA World Cup: Portugal knocked out despite victory over GhanaJune 26, 2014In “Sports”Ronaldo accepts €18.8m deal over tax evasionJanuary 22, 2019In “Sports” read more

AUMUND transport solution with bucket elevator and bulk receiving unit deployed at

first_imgAUMUND Fördertechnik recently supplied a combination of a chain bucket elevator and a Samson® bulk material receiving unit to French company ERAMET Group, the operator of the Doniambo nickel mine in New Caledonia. ERAMET is a world leader in alloying metals, particularly manganese and nickel, and employs about 14,000 people in 20 countries. The equipment is used for bulk handling of coal at the mine which is used in nickel processing.The AUMUND bucket elevator has an axis-centre distance of approximately 40 m and the Samson bulk material receiving unit 800 (CC 11.5 m) have a capacity of 300 t/h. The Samson unit 800 was completely assembled at the AUMUND production facility in Rheinberg, then sent on the approximately 16,000 km sea voyage to New Caledonia.With the explosion protected version of the AUMUND bucket elevator, the roller bearings were moved to the exterior. For a controlled discharge of the pressure to atmosphere, decompression units like blow-out disks and Q-boxes have been installed. The blow-out disks have been installed with a distance of six metres in between and provide for a controlled discharge of the pressure building up in case of an explosion. That way they protect the load bearing casing construction of the bucket elevator. Since the movement of people cannot be avoided entirely at the foot of the bucket elevator, Q-boxes were installed there as decompression units. They eliminate flames and heat in case of an explosion pressure relief and thus make an ideal placement of the machines possible.The Q-box is a cost-efficient protection of units with little stability and large areas of pressure relief. The rectangular connection profile is adjusted to the dimensions of the standard blow-out disks. The system functions maintenance-free and without running costs. In case of interior installation of conveyors, the Q-box is the more economical alternative compared to blow-off channels.The Samson® bulk material receiving unit provides a more economical alternative to fixed units. The machine is capable to receive the bulk material directly from excavator shovels or tipper trucks. The conveyor with a wide design has a very low loading height, enabling a truck to unload the bulk material directly into the receiving area. The material can be unloaded directly without intermediate storage and will be transported by conveyor directly from the truck to the installation. It can either be conveyed continuously to a downstream conveyor system – in this case the chain bucket elevator – or it can be stockpiled within the installation.last_img read more

Scientists say a pill could be the cure to jet lag

first_imgResearchers said it could be available in five years.Read: Little girl falls asleep on wheely case after a long flight>Read: 7 tricks to waking up earlier> A NEW PILL may be able to cure jet lag and ease the strain of working nights.Scientists at Manchester University found that an enzyme can keep the body operating on a 24-hour rhythm.It also found that when it’s suppressed it can make it easier for the body to be up at night or asleep in the day.Studies have shown that disrupting the body clock has a serious impact on health, raising the risk of heart attacks and strokes.Night shifts are thought to be responsible for 500 women dying from breast cancer each year.Dr David Bechtold led the study which was published in the Current Biology journal, he said,We already know that modern society poses many challenges to our health and well-being. Things that are viewed as commonplace – shift work, sleep deprivation and jet lag – disrupt our bodies’ clocks. “We are not genetically predisposed to quickly adapt to shift work or long-haul flights, and so our bodies’ clocks are built to resist such rapid changes.”Researchers used mice to study how well they coped when their cage lights were turned on and off at times outside their natural day-night pattern.According to the Daily Telegraph “The study found mice lacking CK1epsilon could adjust to a new light-dark cycle much faster than normal, as could normal mice fed drugs to counter CK1″.Bechtold said the findings paved the way for the invention of a pill to inhibit enzyme CK1epsilon in humans.A drug which inhibits the same enzyme could help the body clock adapt to changes, helping people to recover from jet lag and night shifts.last_img read more

EU asks Dhaka to hold inclusive elections

first_imgThe Members of European Parliament (MEP) delegation addresses a press conference in Dhaka on Wednesday. Photo: EU Delegation in DhakaRegretting the deterioration in Bangladesh’s human rights situation over the past few years, a delegation of European Parliament urged the government to take necessary steps for addressing the concerns.The members of European Parliament (MEP) took note of reports on “hindrance to freedom of assembly and freedom of expression, enforced disappearances, extra-judicial killings and violence against women”.In a statement concluding their three-day visit on Wednesday, the delegation members expressed hope that the country’s political environment would become less confrontational and hostile in the coming months as the country is heading for parliamentary polls.The European parliamentarians also urged the Bangladesh authorities “to facilitate the necessary conditions for inclusive, free and fair general elections”.The team members, during the visit, held meetings with memers of the Jatiya Sanghad (national assembly), representatives of civil society, with the chief election commissioner and also leaders of the principal opposition Bangladesh Nationalist Party (BNP).In the statement, the MEPs recalled that the issue of child marriage remains a serious concern. “Violence against secular writers and bloggers, against members of religious minorities and against LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) people must end,” they insisted.The delegation led by Jean Lambert as chair, reiterated their wish to remain engaged and to further support Bangladesh in areas such as human rights, good governance and the environment.The MEPs recalled that up to euro 690 million have been earmarked in EU support for Bangladesh in the current ‘Multiannual Indicative Programme’ 2014-2020.The delegation was comprised of vice-chair Richard Corbett, vice-chair James Nicholson, Wajid Khan, and members of the European Parliament’s standing delegation for relations with the countries of South Asia. It included Sajjad Karim, in his capacity as rapporteur on South Asia in the European Parliament’s international trade committee.While welcoming certain positive development in economic arena, the MEPs mentioned that a number of relevant issues in that context remain pending, notably in the area of labour rights.The delegation iterated the European Union’s call for allowing freedom of association and collective bargaining in the export processing zones (EPZs). The EU is the largest importer of Bangladesh main exportable item — readymade garments.The delegation on Monday visited the Rohingya refugee camps in Cox’s Bazar and gathered first-hand information on the ongoing exodus and refugee crisis.Led by Pier Antonio Panzeri in Cox’s Bazar, the delegation appreciated the commitment and level of assistance provided by the Bangladeshi authorities, the challenges faced by local communities, and the refugees themselves in the face of the oncoming monsoon season.MEPs reiterated the EU’s support while witnessing the humanitarian tragedy of one of the most serious refugee crisis in the world.They underlined the need to protect human dignity and hoped that a sustainable solution would be found that also addresses the root causes.The European parliamentarians are also aware of the funding needs that will be required to address the ongoing crisis, as it unfolds in coming months, and expect the European Union and international community partners to continue its engagement.last_img read more

Hitachi Medical Systems Europe Named Imaging Supplier for London Prostate Cancer Program

first_imgNews | Prostate Cancer | June 14, 2018 Hitachi Medical Systems Europe Named Imaging Supplier for London Prostate Cancer Program Hitachi to supply Arietta ultrasound and BiopSee systems to improve prostate cancer diagnosis in new RAPID program Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Walkaround AHRA 2019Video Player is loading.Play VideoPlayMuteCurrent Time 0:00/Duration 1:25Loaded: 11.42%Stream Type LIVESeek to live, currently playing liveLIVERemaining Time -1:25 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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The multi-year… read more Image courtesy of Imago Systems 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 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 Videos | Radiographic Fluoroscopy (RF) | August 09, 2019 VIDEO: Demonstration of the Shimadzu FluoroSpeed X1 Radiographic Fluoroscopy System Shimadzu displayed the FluoroSpeed X1 conventional radiographic fluoroscopy (RF) system at the Association for Medica read more News | Colonoscopy Systems | August 06, 2019 Rise in Early Onset Colorectal Cancer Not Aligned With Screening Trends A new study finds that trends in colonoscopy rates did not fully align with the increase in colorectal cancer (CRC) in… read more June 14, 2018 — Hitachi Medical Systems Europe has been awarded the contract to supply six ultrasound systems as part of the RAPID program to improve prostate cancer diagnosis across South West London. In addition to the six high-resolution Arietta ultrasound systems, the contract also includes six BiopSee image-guided fusion biopsy systems from MedCom (for which Hitachi is a European distributor) to be installed at three major hospitals. Using the two systems together will allow providers to combine multiparametric magnetic resonance imaging (mp-MRI) data with real-time ultrasound, reducing unnecessary biopsies and providing accurate targeting while reducing the number of samples needed.The pilots for the RAPID (Rapid Assessment Prostate Imaging and Diagnosis) program have been developed through funding from RM Partners, the Cancer Alliance for west London hosted by The Royal Marsden. Three trusts are piloting RAPID – Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, and St George’s University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.The RAPID approach involves the patient having an mp-MRI scan in the morning and reported immediately. If it shows areas of abnormality, the patient will then undergo a transperineal ultrasound fusion biopsy, all within the same day.The transperineal approach, in which samples are taken through the perineum rather than the rectum, confers a comparatively low risk of sepsis, and can obviate the need for broad spectrum antibiotics and the possible development of antibiotic resistance.Hashim Ahmed, professor and chair of urology, Imperial College London, said, “After trialling various systems on the market we felt that the Hitachi Arietta and MedCom BiopSee combination offered us the best in high-resolution imaging together with precise, accurate needle placement and an easy streamlined fusion software interface. This will help deliver a faster diagnosis and treatment for prostate cancer and reduce waiting times. The safer transperineal biopsy route will also reduce infection and life-threatening sepsis rates.”The BiopSee system fuses the mp-MRI images with the Hitachi ultrasound images in real-time, allowing highly accurate placement of the biopsy needle in the prostate to target the tumour with exceptional precision. Three-dimensional ultrasound image acquisition, rigid/elastic fusion capabilities together with precise stepper tracking and reporting software deliver an exceptional diagnostic platform supporting the RAPID programme in London.BiopSee records and stores the location of each tissue sample. This provides comprehensive documentation and reporting of biopsy core locations for accurate management of patients requiring further treatment and therapy planning in cryotherapy, brachytherapy, high intensity focused ultrasound (HIFU), radiofrequency (RF) or other treatment programmes.Prostate cancer diagnosis has become a national health priority in the U.K., with Prime Minister Theresa May announcing in April the government’s £75m prostate cancer drive to be administered via the National Institute for Health Research clinical research network. This initiative will see 40,000 men recruited for research into the disease, which kills more than 11,000 a year and causes great anxiety and sometimes suffering for the 47,000 men who get a diagnosis.For more information: FacebookTwitterLinkedInPrint分享 Related Content News | Breast Imaging | August 02, 2019 Volpara to Distribute Screenpoint Medical’s Transpara AI Solution Volpara Solutions and ScreenPoint Medical BV signed an agreement under which Volpara will sell ScreenPoint’s Transpara… read more News | Cardiovascular Ultrasound | August 05, 2019 Digital Health Devices Used at Point of Care May Improve Diagnostic Certainty A West Virginia-based rural medical outreach event showcased the use of point-of-care technology in an ambulatory… read more Technology | Interventional Radiology | August 16, 2019 Profound Medical Receives U.S. FDA 510(k) Clearance for Tulsa-Pro Profound Medical Corp. announced it has received 510(k) clearance from the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) to… read more last_img read more

AP IMPACT With war Syrians in constant flight

first_img“I have to take care of all these women and children, and there are no men here and no money,” Ghorab said.Her family has it better than some. Nearby, a public school is packed with some 15 families who fled the town of Anadan, which regime forces have reduced to a rubble-strewn ghost town.More than 17 months of violence in Syria have ravaged entire communities across this country of 22 million and killed more than 20,000 people, according to anti-regime activists.Recent months have been particularly bloody as rebel forces have grown more adept at attacking government troops and pushed the battle into the country’s two biggest cities _ Aleppo in the north and the capital Damascus. In retaliation, the regime has turned increasingly to air power.But no community has been left unaffected, whether by rising prices for food and fuel, destruction brought by fighting or influxes of civilians.Every morning in the tiny village of Sawran near the Turkish border, hundreds of men and boys form long, dense lines that snake from the two windows of a small bakery under the glare of the sun. Most of them have fled to the area from Aleppo or from largely destroyed towns further south and now sleep in schools or farmhouses, often 10 to a room. As her daughters and daughters-in-law and their kids tuck into a simple lunch of tomatoes and cucumbers, canned meat and apricot jam, the 56-year-old housewife from Damascus struggles to comprehend what has become of her life.“Before all this we were living well,” said Ghorab, whose family ran a supermarket in the capital until it and their home were torched during a government attack on rebels.“Our house was full and our shop was full. Now we’re 100 degrees below zero.”Across Syria, hundreds of thousands of people have been thrown into a life on the move by the widening fight between President Bashar Assad’s forces and rebels seeking to end his rule.Some 1.2 million people are displaced inside Syria, according to the United Nations, on top of a quarter-million who have fled to neighboring countries.Many have picked up and fled multiple times, pushed from town to town by fighting. When they find a place that appears safe, they pile into half-built apartment buildings or sleep on tile floors in schools or on the dirt in olive groves. In tow, they bring shell-shocked children who wet their beds, get nosebleeds and vomit when they hear explosions or fighter jets. Ali Jassem, a stonemason, brought his family from Aleppo and hasn’t worked in two months. He said he can barely afford bread, much less gas for his car, so he walks eight kilometers (5 miles) each morning to the bakery, waits in line for an hour, then walks back to the farmhouse of friend where he is staying.“The hardest part is food and poverty because there is no work anywhere,” he said. Minutes later, a fight broke out in the line and men rushed to intervene.“This happens all the time,” Jassem said with a shrug. “It’s chaos.”For Mariam, a 42-year-old mother of four, life has become a series of rushed moves whose end has yet to come.Three months ago, Syrian forces started firing occasional artillery shells at her home village of Mayer, north of Aleppo, she said. Residents guessed their Sunni Muslim village was targeted because they live near a Shiite village that supports Assad’s regime.At first, the family would sleep in nearby fields, but the shelling continued, so they moved to Aleppo.Then Aleppo’s fighting erupted, and neighborhoods were consumed by fighting between rebels and government forces. Mariam’s family moved three times inside the city, and finally returned to Mayer. Mary Coyle ice cream to reopen in central Phoenix Bottoms up! Enjoy a cold one for International Beer Day For many, no place feels safe as the regime ramps up its use of attack helicopters and fighter jets, carrying out near daily airstrikes on towns and villages. While some towns are largely destroyed and empty, others are packed. One day, villagers watch refugees from elsewhere flood in. The next day, they themselves load their belongings into rented trucks and clear out.Ghorab’s turmoil began several months ago, when three of her sons were arrested for anti-regime protests. They were freed, but then her husband was arrested.When he was released, his feet were so swollen from beatings he couldn’t walk, Ghorab said. Then last month, security forces torched the family’s home and supermarket during an assault to push rebels from their battle zone neighborhood of Tadamon.By that time, Ghorab had already fled with her daughters and daughters-in-law, fearing they could be arrested too.They went first to Aleppo, 200 miles to the north. The city, Syria’s largest, had been quiet for most of the 17-month-old uprising. But then last month, rebel fighters pushed into Aleppo and the government tried to bomb them out, turning the city into a war zone.So Ghorab and her family fled once more, to nearby Kafar Hamra. They have little money, and all their men remain in the cities to protect their remaining properties from thieves. Then the shells came their way, too.On two successive days, several artillery shells hit the town, Mustafa said, one peppering his brother’s car with shrapnel. The next day, an airstrike killed three people who had fled to the area from Aleppo.The next day, Mustafa’s family hired a truck to take them to a large olive grove along the Turkish border where many Syrians collect before entering refugee camps on the other side.Unlike many, the family had the money to rent an apartment in Turkey, but many lacked passports, making it unsure if they could cross at all.So they waited.“That’s our family over there,” Mustafa said, pointing to a dozen women and children in the scant shade of an olive tree. “We’ll probably sleep there tonight, on the dirt.”(Copyright 2012 The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.) Top Stories Associated PressKAFAR HAMRA, Syria (AP) – Civil war has chased Fatima Ghorab and her brood of some two dozen women and children across Syria in search of safe havens that keep disappearing in the booms of artillery shells. They now shelter in an unfinished apartment in this Aleppo suburb, crowded into two rooms with a few plastic chairs and some thin mattresses. If their neighbors didn’t bring them bread, they’d have none. Construction begins on Chandler hospital expansion project Comments   Share   Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement Parents, stop beating yourself up Sponsored Stories New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like “We decided that if we were going to get shelled, it might as well be in our own house,” she said. The family had also run out of money to rent places to stay.The shells continued to fall and the family slept in an underground storeroom, though the summer heat made it sweltering. The booms terrified her children, who sometimes screamed in their sleep.“They all started wetting their beds. Even the teenagers,” said Mariam, who asked that her full name not be used for fear of reprisals against her family.Then the fighter jets came, dropping bombs that shook the walls and destroyed buildings, so a group of families rented a vegetable truck to take them to the Bab al-Salameh border crossing with Turkey. Most didn’t have passports, making it hard to leave, so they laid out a plastic mat on the sidewalk to sleep on until they could decide what to do next.Scores of other families had camped out nearby.Ironically, other families have fled the same Aleppo suburb that Ghorab fled to.Abdel-Basit Mustafa’s family once ran a successful construction company in Kafar Hamra, which he said remained quiet while violence further north drove entire towns into the town. How do cataracts affect your vision?last_img read more

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first_img Share in Data, Government, Origination, Secondary Market, Servicing May 15, 2013 429 Views A mid-week closing brought this year’s bank failure tally to 13.””FDIC””: announced Tuesday the closure of Central Arizona Bank (Scottsdale) by the Arizona Department of Financial Institutions. To protect depositors of the failed bank, FDIC entered into a purchase and assumption agreement with “”Western State Bank””: (Devils Lake, North Dakota).In addition to assuming all of Central Arizona Bank’s $30.8 million in deposits, Western State Bank will purchase “”essentially all”” $31.6 million in total assets.FDIC estimates the cost to the Deposit Insurance Fund will be $8.6 million. Central Arizona Bank is the second to fail in the state this year.center_img Another Bank Collapses, Total Up to 13 Agents & Brokers Attorneys & Title Companies Bank Failure FDIC Investors Lenders & Servicers Processing Service Providers 2013-05-15 Tory Barringerlast_img read more


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Crowds of people waited at Ingolfstorg in downtown Reykjavik for the Iceland players to arrive by bus and when their heroes appeared on stage there was a deafening roar. The song, “I didn’t know Indonesia will host it. No dew to deal with for the teams. Delhi were off to a flier but lost way in the middle overs. Or capital-intensive development, Traders are planning to meet on Saturday in Vinchur to formalise their next course of action. Opposition leader Ramesh Chennithala said that the rise in sexual abuses cases in the last 10 ministers showed that the LDF promise to protect the dignity of woman was hollow.and possibly one of Test cricket? Anjeze trustee Sejal Shah.

The last few months saw a plethora of action films including Shivaay and Force 2. news came through that Priyanka did speak at another rally, "They were assessing the situation before exposing themselves,BRICS bank? A: BRICS have more financial power than developed countries For exampleif Russia needs an IMF programmethe IMF cannot afford it Alsoif Russia and China want to bail out some countryit’s easier for Russia and China to do so together than asking the IMF or World Bank to do it becausesimplyRussia and China together may have more resources and can deploy them very quickly The BRICS bank may be a good ideaif it’s designed and run well So farthese countries have not demonstrated their ability to do that together China on many occasions has done a very good job in sovereign wealth funds management But as a groupso far we haven’t seen that from the BRICS Maybe it’ll happenmaybe not The BRICS summits are very important for these countries to talk together and talk to each other about their problems and learn from each other As a geopolitical forcethe BRICS still do not exist For example we do not see any evidence of BRICS voting together in international organisations Q: In factgeopoliticallyBRICS may pull in very different directions A: Yes It’s tough These countries have very different interests But since they are all emerging markets with similar challengesthey can learn from each other The summits are good for that But one should not expect miracles from the BRICS Q: You track the Indian economy too We have been doing very badly Although the joke that the I in BRICS would soon be Indonesia is past its tell-by datethings are not likely to pick soon enough But thenBrazil seems to be in the process of throwing away its gains too and landing in a long-term mess A: This is a tough year for the BRICS countries and all emerging markets in general I think there is nowan emerging view that the BRICS countries have gone too far in state capitalism and need to rethink their models As usualthese views come and go like fashions In 1997it was thought that Japan is the champion of the world and the US should take a backseat and learn It turned out that wasn’t that easy In Indiaone of the things that has to be sorted out is macro policy Structural reforms are importantbut one of the lessons from Russia’s 1990s is that unless you have macroeconomic stability investors will not invest I’m happy that Raghuram Rajan is heading the RBIit’s a great appointment Then with macroeconomic stability many more things can be done But for that you’d need political credibility from the government And that’s exactly what the general election should bring For all the latest Opinion News download Indian Express App More Related NewsWhether or not the Supreme Court’s order banning the sale of firecrackers in the National Capital Region (NCR) will have the desired effect remains to be seen considering the air in Delhi is said to be of extremely poor quality throughout the year As per statistics available on the Help Delhi Breathe NGO’s website the World Health Organisation has set a "safe limit" of 25 micrograms of particulate matter (PM) per cubic meter of air Delhi’s air met that safe standard for just seven days in the last two years meaning residents of the national capital inhaled hazardous air forabout 99 percent of the year Representational image Getty Images However the air pollution levels see a sudden and almost toxic spikeon and around Diwali As reported by Hindustan Times last year the air in Delhi on the morning after Diwali was "difficult to breathe" and many complained of "zero visibility" The air quality index which is classified as "severe" if it’s between 400 and 500 indicated levels of 492 and 500 in parts of the national capital To put this in perspective the report said Chinadeclares a "red alert" if air quality plunges to this level If the levels continue for three consecutive days China facilitates measures such as shutting down schools and offices closing down industries and power plants and road rationing of vehicles Delhi did none of the above To analyse the threat posed by bursting firecrackers on Diwali the Chest Research Foundation of India and students from the Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences of the University of Pune measured particulate matter emitted by each firecracker from the distance they are usually lit; for example the sparklers at a foot from the user The snake tablet produced the highest levels of PM 25 followed by theladi pulpul fuljhadi chakriandanar Although the snake tablet burned only for nine seconds it produced the highest peak PM (particulate matter) — 25 level of 64500 g/m3 which is 2560 times above WHO standards —while the ladi produced peak PM 25 levels of 38540 g/m3 1541 times over WHO standards Courtesy: Chest Research Foundation Pune and Interdisciplinary School of Health Sciences University of Pune As reported by Quint India has set a 24-hour mean standard of 60 g/m (micrograms per cubic metre) for PM 25 while the WHO has a lower standard of 25 g/m. 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