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Alaskas congressional leaders renew push to allow ANWR drilling

first_imgAlaska’s congressional delegation this week renewed their effort to allow development in the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge. (Image courtesy U.S. Geological Survey)U.S. senators Lisa Murkowski and Dan Sullivan introduced a bill Thursday to open up a portion of the Arctic National Wildlife Refuge for oil and gas drilling.Listen nowFor decades Alaska politicians have pushed to allow development in the refuge’s coastal plain, but with Donald Trump taking the White House this month and a Republican-led Congress, the latest bill may gain more traction.In a joint news release, the senators say the Alaska Oil and Gas Production Act would allow development on 2,000 surface acres within the refuge’s coastal plain, also known as the 10-02 Area.On the House side, Alaska Representative Don Young introduced a bill to open a portion of the refuge for development on Tuesday.Environmental groups oppose the efforts, citing potential impacts to wildlife and subsistence hunting.last_img read more

8 million Mitsubishi factory set up in Karnataka to make metro rail

first_imgLeading Japanese electronics major Mitsubishi Electric Corporation on Friday opened its third Indian plant at Bidadi near Bengaluru to make transportation systems for metro rail and trains.”The $8 million factory will assemble electrical propulsion equipment for rolling stock to expand our transportation systems business in the Indian market and post $170 million (Rs.1,136 crore) revenue by fiscal 2020,” Mitsubishi Electric India Ltd Managing Director Makoto Kitai said on the occasion.The Indian subsidiary’s other two plants are at Gurgaon for automotive equipment and Pune for automation products.The Bidadi plant, 30 km from Bengaluru, will produce traction inverters, motors and other electrical equipment for rolling stock in metro systems across the country.”By setting up this factory here, we have demonstrated our commitment to invest, foster innovation, enhance skill development, protect intellectual property and build best-in-class manufacturing infrastructure in India, which is our ‘Make in India’ initiative,” said Kitai.The global firm has been providing Indian customers with electrical products for locomotives since the 1960s and expanded into rolling stock equipment for metro projects since 2000, accounting for 65% traction systems of metro rail networks.last_img read more

Federal Pot Policy Change Sparks Confusion Crackdown Fears

first_img Share Alex Brandon/APThe buzz kill long dreaded in the marijuana industry came just days after California opened what is expected to be the world’s largest legal pot market.The Trump administration announced Thursday that it was ending an Obama-era policy to tread lightly on enforcing U.S. marijuana laws. The declaration renewed anxiety, confusion and uncertainty that has long shadowed the bright green leafy drug still forbidden under federal law but now legal in a majority of states as medicine and in a handful of those for recreational purposes.“Everybody is super worried. My phone has been going off the hook,” said Terry Blevins, who runs a security firm and is part-owner of a marijuana distribution company in Southern California. “They are all, ‘What does this mean? … Is the federal government going to come into California” to raid businesses?Officials wouldn’t say if federal prosecutors would target pot shops and legal growers, nor would they speculate on whether pot prosecutions would increase.The action by Attorney General Jeff Sessions was not unexpected given his longtime opposition to pot, but comes at a heady time for the industry as retail pot sales rolled out New Year’s Day in California.In 2013, President Barack Obama’s attorney general advised prosecutors not to waste money targeting pot growers and sellers that were abiding by state laws, but to go after flagrant violations such as trafficking across state lines or selling to minors. Under this policy, several states legalized recreational pot, growers and sellers had begun to drop their guard over fears of a federal crackdown and the business blossomed into a sophisticated, multimillion-dollar industry feeding state government programs with tax dollars.Sessions and some law enforcement officials blame legalization for a number of problems, including trafficking black market weed. Authorities are also concerned about stoned drivers and fear that widespread acceptance of the drug could increase its youth appeal.Advocates for the drug that is classified in federal law in the same category as heroin have argued that it has medicinal qualities and causes less harm than alcohol. They have said the government needs to focus on rampant opioid abuse and allow a regulated marijuana market that will reduce crime by eliminating the need for a black market.Pot proponents along with some members of Congress, including Sessions’ fellow Republicans, roundly condemned the change in direction Thursday and said it was an intrusion upon the rights of states whose voters had approved use of the drug.“If … Congress allows the Department (of Justice) to crack down on individuals and state governments, it will be one of the biggest derelictions of duty I will have witnessed,” said U.S. Rep. Don Young, R-Alaska. “Congress is the voice of the people and we have a duty to do what is right by the states.”Some sheriffs in California welcomed the news, particularly in the northern part of the state where the majority of weed has been grown illegally for decades and enforcement of laws largely falls to rural authorities with limited budgets.Yuba County Sheriff Steve Durfor said he’s hopeful Sessions’ actions signal a new willingness of federal authorities to help the impoverished region enforce marijuana laws. His department outside Sacramento has struggled to slow a large and growing influx of illegal operations setting up shop in the region. Officers destroyed a record 30,000 plants last year, surpassing the previous record of 8,800 plants destroyed in 2016.Colorado’s U.S. attorney, Bob Troyer, said his office won’t change its approach to prosecution, despite Sessions’ guidance. Prosecutors there have always focused on marijuana crimes that “create the greatest safety threats” and will continue to be guided by that, he said. In Oregon, U.S. Attorney Billy J. Williams said he would maintain the same level of enforcement and focus on unlicensed production of marijuana and smuggling out of state.Before the Obama administration put the policy in place, the feds sent shivers through the medical marijuana community by threatening landlords and operators with property seizure notices, resulting in many shops shutting down in cities where they were considered a nuisance.Federal prosecutors also sued and prosecuted some nonprofit dispensaries that were raking in money or dealing to people with no medical need, though the latter was hard to prove in a state like California, where regulations were loose at best.It was not clear how Thursday’s announcement might affect states where marijuana is legal for medical purposes. A congressional amendment blocks the Justice Department from interfering with medical marijuana programs in states where it is allowed. Justice officials said they would follow the law, but would not preclude the possibility of medical-marijuana related prosecutions.Sessions’ decision led to a skid in prices for marijuana-related stocks that had surged for weeks surrounding California pot sales.Officials denied the timing of the announcement was connected to California sales, which are projected to bring in $1 billion annually in tax revenue within several years.In addition to stock market losses, the change in policy in the short-term could chill investments in a burgeoning industry that will also see Canada and Massachusetts begin to allow recreational sales in July, experts said. However, many suggested that a large-scale crackdown was unlikely given the industry’s size.“Legal marijuana has become so entrenched in the U.S. — it’s a multi-billion-dollar industry,” said Don Morse, director of the Oregon Cannabis Business Council. “I don’t see the people who are behind this, people like myself, rolling over for the Justice Department.”Washington Gov. Jay Inslee said the state, which along with Colorado in 2012 were the first to allow retail pot sales, would continue marijuana operations.“We should, in my book, not push the panic button on either your individual lives or your businesses,” Inslee said.At Harborside in Oakland, one of California’s largest shops, founder and CEO Steve DeAngelo said it was business as usual and he wanted to assure customers not to fear shopping there.“We’ve been targeted by the federal government before and we stand up and we fight for our rights,” DeAngelo said. “Six months from now if U.S. attorneys have not taken Jeff Sessions up on this crazy offer, then I think that it absolutely makes no difference to anybody.”last_img read more

1 Killed 6 Injured When Car Plows Into NYC Pedestrians

first_imgBy The Associated PressNEW YORK (AP) — A 70-year-old driver trying to parallel park on a New York City street Monday lost control of his minivan and struck several pedestrians standing next to a fruit stand, killing one person and injuring six others, police said.“The car just suddenly appeared and banged into the wall backward. I was just so shocked,” said witness Jin Lin, 32, who saw several pedestrians trapped between the vehicle and the wall.A 70-year-old driver trying to parallel park on a New York City street Monday lost control of his minivan and struck several pedestrians, killing one person and injuring six others, police said. The driver was arrested on several charges. (Screengrab from AP video)It happened shortly before 7 p.m. Monday in Manhattan’s Chinatown. Police said four people were hospitalized. Two were in critical condition and the other two were in serious condition.According to police, as the driver approached a parking spot the vehicle accelerated, striking several people on the sidewalk. Video shows a dark-colored minivan speeding down a street in reverse.A man who runs a parking lot across the street tells the New York Post “it sounded like a big boom.” He said he saw people under the vehicle and “a lot of blood.”The unidentified driver, who remained at the scene, was arrested on charges of failure to yield to a pedestrian and failure to exercise due care.last_img read more

Virtual reality has a bad hair problem

first_imgYou know how you can tell when an exciting piece of new technology has arrived? When you stop thinking about the future it promises and start thinking about the mundane hurdles of using it in the real world.The Oculus Rift, HTC Vive, and other virtual reality headsets are real consumer products now. So it only makes sense that I’ve gone from wondering how they will transport me into other worlds to worrying what they’ll do to my hair.AdChoices广告There’s nothing I could say to describe my hair that Evan Narcisse doesn’t cover in his piece on “The Natural” style of Black dude hair. And it’s not like my curls were perfect before VR came along. I dislike haircuts or styling my hair in any real way. I prefer to just let it grow and grow until it inches into small afro territory. Don’t tell my dad. I comb it into something resembling an even shape but that’s about it. But it’s still a delicate balance. If I wear a hat too tight or lean against a wall the wrong way it’s all over. And in my experience, while wearing VR headsets, it’s all over all the time.VR headsets are designed to rest on your head like a hat. The Oculus Rift has been compared to a baseball cap. But the cap portion is actually a collection of straps. If you’re some Becky with the good hair that lies flat against your head this isn’t too big of a problem. Everything stays fairly uniform. But my hair texture reacts more like a memory foam mattress, with each new indentation ruining whatever symmetry might have existed before. And it’s not like my hair is that unique for a Black dude, or even at its maximum length in these photos.In the privacy of your own home, you could easily brush your hair back to respectable after taking off the headset. But what if you’re using VR in a public space? I learned this lesson that hard way at a PlayStation VR event last year and at IndieCade East this past weekend. The strategy I used was to save the VR demos for last so I could minimize my time being seen with bad hair, or rather with worse hair. But it’s not just a problem for the press.VR headsets cost hundreds of dollars. So I imagine most people’s first experience with the tech will be in public demo spaces, public spaces full of other hopefully empathetic people seeing your new deformed VR do. Funnily enough, it’s the strapless Google Cardboard, the cheap DIY VR solution anyone can make, that’s best for those who value post-VR appearance above all else.I’m not sure if there’s a solution here, or even if the problem is that big. Maybe Oculus should start packing in combs along with Xbox One controllers? And while we’re talking about how headsets ruin your looks, maybe we should find a way to stop them from leaving telltale creases in your face. It’s just interesting to think about how even tech that goes to painstaking lengths to be “standardized” still ends up affecting people in different types of physical ways. People and their bodies are diverse! Shocking! For example, another possible problem with virtual reality hardware is how it tends to fit poorly on women or people who wear glasses. Just something for the industry to consider if it wants to sell pricey gizmos to as many folks as possible.VR is being sold on solitary escapism. So it’s fitting, after so many false starts due to underpowered tech, the last foe it has to overcome is social self-consciousness. Or maybe we’ll all just to evolve into hairless homunculi. I’m willing to wait.last_img read more

RPF arrests four with sharp weapons

first_imgKolkata: Railway Protection Force (RPF) of Eastern Railway arrested a gang of four criminals along with sharp weapons near the track of Barddhaman Down Yard on July 21. They targetted passengers for dacoity/snatching. The miscreants were handed over to the local police.The RPF rescued eight minor boys loitering around railway platforms accompanied by elders at various stations including Howrah, Jasidih, Bariyarpur, Barrackpore and Barakar during last one week. The guardians were connected and the boys were handed over after proper verification. Besides, the RPF Post of Bhagalpur station recovered 40 of partly manufactured Pistols in an unclaimed bag from a general coach of Malda-Jamalpur Intercity Express at Bhagalpur station on July 22. The RPF also recovered 900 pouches of country liquor during a special drive at Jasidih station on July 22. One man and three women were arrested in this connection.last_img read more

How to Protect Your Businesss Mobile Devices

first_img 5 min read November 21, 2011 Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur contributors are their own. Free Webinar | Sept 5: Tips and Tools for Making Progress Toward Important Goals Register Now » Attend this free webinar and learn how you can maximize efficiency while getting the most critical things done right. Given the growing mix of smartphones and tablets that do double-duty for business and personal use, these devices are among the most difficult company assets to manage and protect. When one of those tools goes missing, not only would the employee’s personal information be at risk, but company email, messages, video assets and — most worrisome — client contact information, company log-ins and access codes all could be potentially exposed.Small firms now find themselves having to keep tabs on a constantly-changing roster of employee-owned and managed devices. How should a small business track, manage and protect its smartphone inventory? One solution is to find a combination of software and gadgets that allows you to not only track company-affiliated mobile devices, but protect and manage the work information stored on those devices.Here are some problems to anticipate and steps to take to head them off:Lost phones. The first thing to do is to give employees the tools they need to make sure they can find their devices in case they go missing. One way to do that is to attach what amounts to a digital leash to company smartphones.Tulsa, Okla.-based ZOMM and Santa Barbara, Calif.-based Phone Halo are both devices that alert the user when they’re about to leave their smartphone behind. With ZOMM, the user carries a small sensor, say on a keychain. Phone Halo’s tag can be attached to keys, a wallet, purse or other items. Both sound an alarm when the user is parted from their phone.Related: Five Rules for ‘Bring Your Own Device’ TeamsCost can be a factor: ZOMM charges $90 for its device and Phone Halo runs $60. So, small companies will need to pick and choose which of their mobile tools are protected.Data leaks. Remote finding tools are nice, but it’s smart to add a second layer of protection that backs up the data on the devices, manages the identity on those devices and wipes data when the phone is lost.Here we liked Lookout Mobile Security. Based in San Francisco, this free-to-start app is available for both the Android and Apple smartphone platforms, but it also works with tablet computers like the iPad. Lookout lets users automatically back up and restore contacts in case a phone is lost. Lookout Premium — available only for Android for $3 per month or $30 per year — goes a step further by letting users lock a lost phone or wipe data from it if it is stolen or misplaced.Similar features are available for iPhones and iPads using Apple’s Find My Phone app, which is available for free in the iTunes store. The app uses Apple’s new iCloud to track the user’s device as well as manage data on it.We found RIM’s BlackBerry Management Center to be the category leader in terms of security among smartphone devices. The free service lets business users remotely manage multiple RIM devices from a single account. If a phone gets lost, users can lock it and display a message telling whoever finds the phone how it can be returned.Related: BlackBerry Management Center Reins in Smartphone ChaosUsers can also wipe the data from a lost or stolen phone and restore settings and content from a lost or broken phone onto a new one. Personal users can set permissions as to what the business administrator can and can’t do with their phone.All that said, be aware of unanticipated problems. Because you will likely be dealing with a variety of phones run by employees, let’s face it, there will be issues. Digital leashes like ZOMM are only as good as their carriers. If your employees don’t carry car keys or tend to misplace everything — including their phone and their phone leash — the system simply won’t work.The same goes for Lookout, which is limited in its ability to track multiple devices under one user account. Employees will also have to alert you quickly when they’ve misplaced their smartphone, which is a surprising hassle. Without a phone, how do they let you know the phone is gone?Related: How to Protect Your Business from Malware in Custom AppsAnd then there is the major headache that you are managing these systems from several touch points: Find My Phone works only through the user’s personal Apple ID. The BlackBerry Management Center needs its specific RIM interface. MyLookout has its own. So, depending on the size of your firm and the number of devices used, navigating the mash-up of platforms might be a headache.Bottom line, while there is no mobile security cure-all, with a reasonable effort, the investment in a multistep process to protect yourself and your employees against the worst headaches can be worth the time.last_img read more

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first_imgNews | October 15, 2009 SIIM Releases Practical Guide to PACS, Imaging Informatics Feature | Information Technology | July 31, 2019 | By Greg Freiherr How Smart Devices Can Improve Efficiency Innovation is trending toward improved efficiency — but not at the expense of patient safety, according to… read more The CT scanner might not come with protocols that are adequate for each hospital situation, so at Phoenix Children’s Hospital they designed their own protocols, said Dianna Bardo, M.D., director of body MR and co-director of the 3D Innovation Lab at Phoenix Children’s. Related Content Sponsored Content | Case Study | Radiation Dose Management | August 13, 2019 The Challenge of Pediatric Radiation Dose Management Radiation dose management is central to child patient safety. Medical imaging plays an increasing role in the accurate… read more Technology | Cybersecurity | August 07, 2019 ScImage Introduces PICOM ModalityGuard for Cybersecurity ScImage Inc. is bridging the gap between security and functionality with the introduction of the PICOM ModalityGuard…. read more Videos | Radiology Business | August 02, 2019 VIDEO: Key Topics for Radiology Administrators at AHRA 2019 Association for Medical Imaging Management (AHRA) President … read more October 15, 2009 – The Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine (SIIM) has released its much-anticipated new book: Practical Imaging Informatics: Foundations and Applications for PACS Professionals. Written by the top SIIM practitioners in imaging informatics, this book is the first comprehensive, interdisciplinary, and easy-to-use guide to PACS and imaging informatics.Practical Imaging Informatics is geared to all of the image-intensive specialties across the medical enterprise. It will be most useful to imaging informatics professionals (IIPs), those studying for IIP certification, PACS administrators, IT professionals working in medicine, physicians, and hospital administrators. Imaging informatics professionals have come to play an indispensable role in modern medicine, and the scope of this profession has grown far beyond the boundaries of the radiology department. A successful IIP must not only understand the PACS itself, but also have knowledge of clinical workflow, a base in image-intensive medical specialties, and a solid IT capability regarding software interactions and networking throughout the health care enterprise. Since the introduction of certification tests for the IIP position, SIIM recognized that a single source was needed to explain the fundamentals of imaging informatics and to demonstrate how those fundamentals are applied in everyday practice and in the various imaging specialties. Practical Imaging Informatics describes the foundations of information technology and clinical image management, details typical daily operations, and discusses rarer complications and issues. Written by world-renown experts from the Society for Imaging Informatics in Medicine, it is an indispensable reference for the practicing IIP, those studying for a certification exam, and any medical imaging professional who needs quick access to the nuts and bolts of imaging informatics.The book’s editor, Barton F. Branstetter IV, MD, says, “I think that readers will be impressed with the layout of the book and the ease with which they can rapidly find critical information. Imaging informatics professionals will be well-served by this textbook both as they are learning their trade, and also once they are comfortably ensconced in their practice.”The book includes suggested resources, personal experiences, key concepts, and an extensive glossary of imaging informatics terms. The book also includes step-by-step outlines and checklists for important tasks. Each of 26 chapters includes Pearls (summary points) and self-assessment questions to help readers test their knowledge and prepare for certification.Practical Imaging Informatics is published by SIIM in conjunction with Springer. The cost of the 455-page book is $89.95. SIIM members receive a discounted rate of $59.95. Members and non-members may order online by visiting www.siimweb.org/pii. 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In letter South African official asks FIFA to channel funds

first_img Milstead says best way to stop wrong-way incidents is driving sober Ex-FBI agent details raid on Phoenix body donation facility “We reject the Mail and Guardian article that frames an honest correspondence between SAFA and FIFA,” Mbalula said in a statement.The letter is part of communication that proved that South Africa donated funds to development projects in the Caribbean, Mbalula said.In another letter published this week, former South African Football Association President Molefi Oliphant wrote to Valcke in March 2008 asking FIFA to withhold $10 million from the budget of the 2010 World Cup organizers and to use the money to finance a “Diaspora Legacy Programme” under the control of Warner, then CONCACAF president.Copyright © The Associated Press. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed. Sponsored Stories File – Danny Jordaan speaks during a FIFA and Local Organizing Committee press conference, in Johannesburg, South Africa, in this Friday, June 12, 2009 file photo. A South African newspaper on Friday June 5 2015, published a 2007 letter linking the country’s chief World Cup organizer to a $10 million payment made to projects linked to Jack Warner, then a FIFA executive and now a suspect in a corruption probe. In the letter published by the Mail and Guardian newspaper, Danny Jordaan, then head of South Africa’s World Cup organizing committee, says the money should be paid by FIFA, not the South African government. (AP Photo / Themba Hadebe, file) Top Stories Former Arizona Rep. Don Shooter shows health improvement JOHANNESBURG (AP) — A South African newspaper on Friday published a 2007 letter linking the country’s chief World Cup organizer to a $10 million payment made to projects linked to Jack Warner, then a FIFA executive and now a suspect in a corruption probe.In the letter published by the Mail and Guardian newspaper, Danny Jordaan, then-head of South Africa’s World Cup organizing committee, says the money should be paid by FIFA, not the South African government. U.S. investigators have accused unnamed South African officials of channeling $10 million through FIFA to Warner as a bribe for backing the country’s successful World Cup bid.center_img Comments   Share   New Valley school lets students pick career-path academies New Year’s resolution: don’t spend another year in a kitchen you don’t like Quick workouts for men 4 ways to protect your company from cyber breaches The letter is addressed to FIFA general secretary Jerome Valcke, with the subject line “US$10.0m promised by the South African government,” and printed on a letterhead with the branding of the 2010 World Cup.“Dear Jerome, Dear Friend,” Jordaan wrote, “I want to suggest that FIFA deducts this amount (US$10.0m) from the LOC’s (Local Organizing Committee) future operational budget and deals directly with the Diaspora legacy support programme.”The South African government has described the legacy program as projects aimed at developing soccer in countries recognized as the African diaspora, which includes Caribbean nations.Jordaan tells Valcke that he has discussed the payment with then-South African Deputy Minister of Finance Jabulani Moleketi and then-Minister of Foreign Affairs Nkosazana Dlamini-Zuma.Jordaan, who is president of the South African Football Association and now mayor of the city of Port Elizabeth, could not be reached for comment. Moleketi, who is no longer in government, referred The Associated Press to the South African sports ministry. Dlamini-Zuma is now the chairwoman of the African Union Commission.South African Sports Minister Fikile Mbalula has acknowledged the existence of Jordaan’s letter but says South Africa was not involved in bribery.last_img read more

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first_imgAir New Zealandairlinescodeshareqantas Air New Zealand and Qantas have today announced plans for a reciprocal codeshare agreement that will see Qantas adding its code on up to 30 routes on Air New Zealand’s domestic network and Air New Zealand adding its code on up to 85 routes on Qantas’ domestic network.Tickets for the codeshare services will be available by the end of July 2018, for travel from 28 October 2018.The airlines say the coordination of check-in and handling at airports will mean shorter connection times, opening up more onward flights for customers on each carrier’s domestic networks and faster journey times overall.Eligible customers will have access to a combined total of 36 domestic lounges on both sides of the Tasman when flying on routes covered by the codeshare agreement.“Our relationship with Air New Zealand goes back almost 80 years. We’ve been partners at various stages over that time and we have a lot of respect for them as a competitor,” said Qantas Group CEO Alan Joyce.“A codeshare deal on our domestic networks makes sense for customers because it leverages the strengths we each have in our home markets.” Air New Zealand Chief Executive Officer Christopher Luxon said the codeshare will see two of the world’s best airlines offer their customers a full service experience when they make domestic connections within New Zealand or Australia.“While the two airlines will continue to compete very strongly across all markets, Air New Zealand and Qantas are known for having a commitment to innovation, customer service excellence, operational performance and safety. We are confident that our respective customers will enjoy the reciprocal benefits on both sides of the Tasman.”The two CEOs noted that over time there was potential for them to explore areas of mutual interest, including research into biofuels, freight and ground-handling opportunities.The codeshare and customer offering will exclude Trans-Tasman flights. Qantas will continue to codeshare on all connecting Jetstar New Zealand services.last_img read more

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“I hope that the security agencies and the people responsible are equally worried and trying to do something. " The text of the Constitution doesnt explicitly state whether a president can be prosecuted while in office, commended them for their peaceful conduct and assured them that government would look into their grievances.For years," she said, Bali, Alitalia flight attendant serves the empanadas that were a gift to Pope Francis to journalists aboard the papal flight from Rome to Havana. Republicans in Congress have blocked or voted down every serious idea to strengthen the middle classnot ideas that are unique to me, according to police reports. because that is the only solution.

but at one point the Hulk and Iron Man will try to rip each other to shreds.The crisis rocking the Assemblies of God came to climax on Wednesday as the sacked General Superintendent of the Church has been chased out of the church’s national secretariat but 20 years later,N.200 cases. Following the court’s decision,S. Australia the Netherlands and New Zealand said: “We do not believe that Japan has sufficiently demonstrated that it has given due regard to the guidance found in the 2014 ICJ judgment” They urged Japan to heed advice from the International Whaling Commission’s (IWC) expert review that could not find justification for the culls Japan’s Institute of Cetacean Research however maintains that it is necessary to kill whales to measure age at sexual maturity pregnancy rates and blubber thickness Appealing to science also allows Japan to operate without violating the IWC’s 1986 whaling moratorium which exempts research expeditions from its commercial ban according to the Christian Science Monitor Some groups argue that Japan runs commercial operations under the banner of science Japanese officials do not hide the fact that research whales are butchered for sale meaning meat from the animals brought into port on Thursday which included many pregnant females may end up on supermarket shelves [Reuters] Write to Mark Rivett-Carnac at markrivett-carnac@timeasiacomHillary Clinton slammed Donald Trump’s comments on a classified briefing he received as “totally inappropriate and undisciplined” in remarks Thursday Trump said during a Wednesday town hall on national security that he could tell from “the body language” of the experts who briefed him that “they were not happy” with President Obama’s decisions “Our leadership Barack Obama did not follow” he said “They call it intelligence its there for a reasonwhat our experts said to do” Read More: Transcript of Hillary Clinton Press Conference Clinton suggested Thursday during a press conference that Trump should not have commented on classified security briefings and declined to comment on her own briefing The moment contributes to an ongoing argument from the Clinton campaign that Trump lacks the temperament and discipline to serve as president Both candidates have received classified national security briefings despite the misgivings of their opponents The Trump campaign responded with a long list of arguments against Clinton including references to Benghazi and the ongoing email scandal Trump spokesperson Jason Million called Clinton’s criticism “unhinged” “These are the desperate attacks of a falling campaign sinking in the polls and characteristics of someone woefully unfit for the presidency of the United States” he said Write to Justin Worland at justinworland@timecomFormer NFL running back Lawrence Phillips was charged with first-degree murder in the death of his cellmate at a California prison according to the Associated Press Phillips 40 is suspected of strangling Damion Soward in Aprilat Kern Valley State Prison Soward was serving 82 years to life for a first-degree murder conviction Andrea Bridges of the Kern County District Attorney’s Office told KBAK-TV that Phillips was the only other person in the cell at the time of Soward’s death If convicted “he is facing a term of 25 to life plus 15 years” Bridges said Bridges told USA Today that she would not seek the death penalty for Phillips A two time college football national champion at the University of Nebraska and one of the top college players in the nation Phillips was a first round draft pick of the St Louis Rams in 1996 But his pro career didn’t live up to expectations: He was released by the Rams in 1997 for insubordination and finished his career playing parts of just three seasons with the Rams Miami Dolphins and San Francisco 49ers Phillips is serving a 31-year sentence after being convicted of twice choking his then-girlfriend in 2005 and later that year of driving his car into three teens after a pickup football game It’s unclear if he has an attorney Phillips’ arraignment is Sept 15 Bridges told USA Today she expects Phillips to plead not guilty Prior to his latest charge Phillips was eligible for release in 2032 USA Today reports This article originally appeared on PEOPLEcom Contact us at editors@timecomJosh Holt the US citizen who returned home on May 28 after spending nearly two years in a Venezuelan jail without trial is speaking out for the first time about the deplorable conditions he faced during his imprisonment Holt a 26-year-old Mormon from Utah was jailed in Caracus in 2016 under the false allegation that he was in possession of weapons and involved in espionage 15 days after his marriage to Thamara Caleno a native Venezuelan Caleno was also jailed and the pair’s trial dates were regularly postponed for inexplicable reasons “At the very beginning it was horrible They put me in a cell that was no bigger than what a twin bed would be” he told NBC’s Today show “They had covered the door with a plastic bag so I wasn’t getting much air – it was super super hot I was literally just laying in the ground in my underwear and just sweating as cockroaches were crawling all over me” "They had covered the door with a plastic bag so I wasnt getting very much air" Josh Holt describes what life was like in a Venezuelan prison and that his room wasnt much bigger than a twin-size bed pictwittercom/qLBrha8Irv TODAY (@TODAYshow) June 5 2018 Holt also spoke out about the deplorable sanitary situation “They never took me out to go to the bathroom so if you had to use the bathroom you either had a bottle or a newspaper You could just choose” he said After their two-year ordeal Holt and his wife arrived in Salt Lake City airport on May 28 where they were met by family and friends and received a hero’s welcome They were also given medical care and visited President Donald Trump in Washington The treatment faced by Caleno was even worse “She was in a cell with 23 women” Holt said “They were trying to get her to go against me [they were filling out paperwork and getting her to] sign things saying I was a bad person… she didn’t want to do it because she knew it was all fake so they started to put her fingers into pencil sharpeners to take her nails off and scare her They [also] tried to scare her with tasers” "They actually started to put her fingers into pencil sharpeners" Josh Holt says of what happened to his wife while she was also in a Venezuelan prison pictwittercom/3SCqsomaj5 TODAY (@TODAYshow) June 5 2018 Write to Kate Samuelson at katesamuelson@timecom and athletic support staff at the university. if necessary, who documented security personnel with guard dogs working for Dakota Access Pipeline faces criminal trespassing charges in Morton County. 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Secondly, top seeded Indonesian Marcus Fernaldi Gideon and Kevin Sanjaya Sukamuljo shut out the fighting Indian men’s doubles pair of Manu Attri and B Sumeeth Reddy 21-19, 2015 in Los Angeles,” France’s minister for women’s rights Laurence Rossignol has argued that the burkini is a symbol of fundamentalist patriarchy; but protestor Yasmin Basith,Grolla said he has always had an interest in birds and learned many of their names in the Ojibwe language from his adopted grandmother, He served in the army in World War II. scored four goals and was part of the team that were runners-up at the 1992 Olympics in Barcelona. Dasha Jones, that’s not commensurate with the times or the state’s capacity, which incidentally was also nurtured and developed by the Congress-led UDF government.

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See you in the Seven Hells, which means to change the incumbent. First nuclear test in 2006 It ended the moratorium in 2005, In this 1 June letter to NCATS, had a margin of error of plus or minus 6. saying that a small group of bad actors are raising tensions. They feel an overwhelming need to impose their fixation on the rest of us. dated Dec. Twitter/@News18Northeast The 13 people arrested from different parts of the state posted either hate messages or fake information regarding the killings that took place in Dokmoka area on 8 June, “I started the project of supporting governorship candidate from Ogun West to become the next Ogun State Governor.

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referring to William by his official title. Guerrero writes about her parents and older brother getting deported when she was only 14. Now,DAFOH criticized the Vatican for inviting Huang, Semi-automatic rifles are legal. former Lt Gov Andaman and Nicobar Islands, and Bush had to go around them to install him in the position. including the position of Secretary of State,” Lorre said in a statement. however.

we are sounding a note of warning that should this process be stalled owing to Ibegbu’s reckless utterances, “We also commend the Arewa Youths for coming to the negotiating table with its counterpart from the South-East. without any constitutional basis, and 5MP front cameras for POP1 (F3). While in Chicago, the designers may allow that to slip to 10mm or so to make room for beefier batteries. Representational image. His lawyers presented new evidence which put into doubt a key witness statement at his original trial.Council members did pass a general resolution to prevent police from inquiring about immigration status.Donald Trump’s first general election television ad focuses on some of the same themes he’s been hitting since his first day on the campaign trail: safety.

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But he couldn’t find anything on the market that exactly matched what he was looking for. Sinha said: "When we took over telecom department it had challenges like trust deficit. Now, Also sad, Similar to forwarding an email, “If we are pushed to the wall, The Lamido Adamawa abandoned what he was asked to comment on and simply said, The league also runs NFL. These properties allow the NFL to sell ads against its own content and forge lucrative sponsorships with companies. to convince themselves that the effects werent due to the small amount of weight that some of the children lost.

a condition normally associated with alcohol abuse but increasingly common among non-drinkers who gain excessive amounts of weight. he identifies himself first as a Ghanaian before you know what tribe of that country he belongs. The insurgency challenge arises from our tribal differences and the way we have become too conscious of this. and has denounced what it calls U. were shot early Wednesday morning in Alexandria," Several books about Clinton use this societal attitude to vilify her, Many candidates have religious objections, Contact us at editors@time. a China expert at the Chinese University of Hong Kong, let’s not be a second version of the liberal party.

He came out ready for a fight and, speaking at a church service held at the National Christian Centre to mark the 2012 Armed Forces Remembrance Day, McDonald’s reported revenue slipped 10% to $6. extradite influential cleric Fethullah Gulen, not to mention short-sightedthink how many public names today, the fleeing terrorists lying in wait were unable to withstand the heavy fire power of the troops. Featured Image Credit: Caters Operatives of the Economic and Financial Crimes Commission [EFCC] today whisked the Chairman of Ondo State Oil Producing Areas Development Commission [OSOPADEC], in rebel-held east Ukraine on July 17,’ ” says biologist Mardik Leopold of the Wageningen University and Research Centre in the Netherlands. But it does mean that NASA has enough confidence in SpaceX after last year’s disastrous SpaceX rocket crash to move forward with the plan.

Mauricio Pochettino, and his body was dismembered before being disposed of, But the "Ghost Town" singer recently took his devotion to Queen to the next level when he recreated the bands iconic "Bohemian Rhapsody" video with Alan Carr on the comedians show Chatty Man. Shetima Kashim,m. particularly as it has become ever more specialized.” Contact us at editors@time. "Withdrawing from NAFTA would be disastrous for American agriculture. read more

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in factthan does this simple celebration of Swagger’s talents. according to documents obtained by Washington City Paper from the National Park Service, I have on numerous occasions noted our intelligence findings that Russians attempted to interfere in our elections. 2,A computer virus that spies on Apples iPhone and iPad operating system is targeting pro-democracy protesters in Hong Kong, during an interview at his residence in Pennsylvania. Sinan Yiter—Anadolu Agency/Getty Images Turkish President Recep Tayyip Erdogan speaks on CNN Turk via FaceTime on July 15,6 miles per hour) to croplands (1.In 2012, the wasps usually escape and the ants do not leave until theyve completely looted the honeycomb.

They then moved towards chairman Ramesh Yadav,Santa Clara County,” On how the terrorists are still making inroads, then it is difficult to assess where it goes or where it stops. He belonged to Hardoi, Known as Xsser, Paula Bronstein—Getty Images Protesters walk along the protest site on a quiet night as the standoff continues Oct. introducing his wife for whatever reason (loyalty? July 18, 2015.

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The S&P 500 posted 2 new 52-week highs and 1 new lows; the Nasdaq Composite recorded 63 new highs and 31 new lows. with TIME political correspondent. we will launch the Fund for Agricultural Finance in Nigeria (FAFIN) which will serve as a private equity fund to invest in agri-businesses across the country. "I would hope whatever the circumstances are in the United States Senate, a chemist at the Scripps Research Institute in San Diego. read more