State ups budget timeline for review of Alaska ferry system

JUNEAU, Alaska — Gov. Mike Dunleavy’s administration is upping the budget and extending the time for a review of potential options for the future of Alaska’s ferry system.But a spokeswoman for the system, Aurah Landau, says the administration so far has not changed its position on funding to keep the ferries running while future options are explored. No ships currently are scheduled to sail past Oct. 1.An initial request for proposals laid out a budget for the work of up to $90,000, with a report due to the state transportation department by July 31. The latest version sets a budget of up to $250,000, with a report due to the department by Oct. 15.Landau says officials think the new timeframe and budget will result in a quality report.Becky Bohrer, The Associated Press read more

Annan says Israel should probe its demolition of UN food warehouse in

“The Secretary-General is extremely concerned at the demolition by the Israel Defence Forces (IDF) of the World Food Programme (WFP) warehouse,” a spokesman for Mr. Annan said in a press statement issued in New York.According to WFP, over 500 tons of food was destroyed when the IDF entered Jaballia and blasted the agency’s warehouse, which was clearly marked and held food for tens of thousands of Palestinians suffering from the current humanitarian crisis.Mr. Annan voiced support WFP’s request that the Israeli Government thoroughly investigate, and repeated his call on the Israeli authorities “to live up to their commitments and obligations to facilitate emergency humanitarian assistance in the occupied Palestinian territory,” the spokesman said. read more

Trudeau insists NAFTA must have dispute mechanism despite US demands it be

Trudeau insists NAFTA must have dispute mechanism despite US demands it be eliminated Prime Minister Justin Trudeau speaks as he meets with Premier of British Columbia John Horgan in his office on Parliament Hill in Ottawa on Tuesday, July 25, 2017. THE CANADIAN PRESS/Sean Kilpatrick by By Mia Rabson, The Canadian Press Posted Jul 25, 2017 3:34 pm MDT Last Updated Jul 26, 2017 at 7:20 am MDT AddThis Sharing ButtonsShare to TwitterTwitterShare to FacebookFacebookShare to RedditRedditShare to 電子郵件Email OTTAWA – Any renewal of the North American Free Trade Agreement will have to include a fair process to resolve disputes, Prime Minister Justin Trudeau said Tuesday.In the summary of its objectives in the renegotiation of NAFTA, the White House signalled last week that it wants to entirely eliminate the chapter 19 dispute resolution mechanism.Rather than relying on the courts to sort out disputes, chapter 19 establishes binational panels to determine the legitimacy of a country’s decision to impose countervailing duties or anti-dumping measures on imports it deems to be unfairly priced or subsidized.The appeal is heard by panels of experts appointed by the two countries in question, and their decision is generally binding.The White House argues the panels have ignored relevant U.S. laws when making their decisions and believes the courts are the better option for ensuring U.S. interests are protected.But Trudeau said Canada will demand that a dispute settlement process remain part of any rebuild of NAFTA.“As our ambassador said just last week to the Americans, a fair dispute resolution system is essential for any trade deal that Canada signs onto, and we expect that that will continue to be the case in any renegotiated NAFTA, that we will continue to have a fair dispute resolution system,” he said following a meeting on Parliament Hill with B.C. Premier John Horgan.Some analysts believe Canada may draw a line in the sand over the issue but Trudeau didn’t go that far Tuesday.The first round of NAFTA renegotiations will take place Aug. 16-20 in Washington, D.C. President Donald Trump campaigned on a promise to improve NAFTA or pull out of it and in May the White House served official notice of its intention to reopen the agreement.U.S. law requires a list of objectives be made public prior to the start of talks. Canada has no such requirement and has been far less specific about what it wants when it comes to the agreement.Foreign Affairs Minister Chrystia Freeland has said in the past that sections on the environment and labour would be ripe for discussions without much detail about what Canada is going to demand.Chapter 19 has resulted in a number of positive trade decisions for Canada including on softwood lumber. Even though softwood lumber is not included in NAFTA, the chapter 19 process can still be used to appeal duties applied to it.The U.S. Lumber Coalition, which asked for the import duties which were imposed on Canadian softwood lumber products this year, wants chapter 19 eliminated, calling it an constitutional violation because it gives the power to a NAFTA panel rather than the U.S. courts to decide appeals.“The binational panel review system established by Chapter 19 of the North American Free Trade Agreement deprives U.S. industries and workers of their right to a fair and impartial hearing in trade disputes,” the coalition says on its website.-follow @mrabson on Twitter. read more

Ban and Russian Foreign Minister discuss need to deescalate situation in Ukraine

Mr. Ban and Mr. Lavrov discussed the importance of de-escalating the situation by engaging in constructive and meaningful dialogue, according to a readout provided by the Secretary-General’s spokesperson.The meeting, which took place on the margins of the opening session of the UN Human Rights Council, comes amid growing tensions in Ukraine’s Crimea region, where additional Russian troops and armoured vehicles have reportedly been deployed.It also follows an urgent meeting of the Security Council on Saturday during which Ukraine’s Ambassador to the UN called on the 15-member body to do everything possible to prevent military intervention by Russia. Yuriy Sergeyev stressed that recent events posed a serious threat to his country’s integrity and to peace and stability in the region.It was following that meeting that Mr. Ban dispatched Deputy Secretary-General Eliasson to Kiev to get an understanding of the situation on the ground and meet with Ukrainian authorities. “I have repeatedly emphasized that it is critical to ensure full respect for – and the preservation of – Ukraine’s independence, unity, sovereignty and territorial integrity. It is now of utmost importance to restore calm, to de-escalate tensions immediately through a dialogue,” Mr. Ban told a news conference in Geneva.The Secretary-General recalled that, in a telephone call with President Vladimir Putin on Saturday, he had urged the Russian leader to address the situation by “engaging constructively” with Ukraine’s authorities. It is important, he added, that both sides should “lower the temperature,” refrain from rhetoric and engage in dialogue. Assistant Secretary-General for Political Affairs Oscar Fernandez-Taranco reiterated the UN’s call for calm and dialogue as he briefed the Security Council today, telling the 15-member body that the situation in Ukraine has continued to evolve “rapidly” since Saturday’s meeting.“We understand that there is a continuing build-up of Russian troops in Crimea and that a number of Ukrainian military bases have been surrounded by Russian troops. In addition, the situation in eastern Ukraine remains fluid with reports of demonstrations in certain cities as well as attempts by local groups to seize control of some official buildings,” he stated.“As the Secretary-General has underscored in his calls to world leaders, all of us share the urgent responsibility to assist in finding a peaceful resolution in a collaborative effort.” read more

Bangladeshi girl may be first female with tree man syndrome

(BBC) When a bark-like wart grew on 10-year-old Sahana Khatun’s face four months ago, her father was not worried.Doctors hope Sahana Khatun, 10, may have a less aggressive version (Photo: AFP)But after they began to spread, he became more concerned, travelling south from his village to the Bangladeshi capital Dhaka to get medical help.Now doctors fear Sahana may be the first female to ever be afflicted by so-called “tree man syndrome”.If their diagnosis is right, she becomes one of a tiny group worldwide with epidermodysplasia verruciformis.Only a few people – all men – are thought to have the disease.For some, it is incapacitating, with one man unable to touch his wife and child for a decade.This time last year Abul Bajandar was heavily suffering from the syndrome (left) but today he has made a full recovery and can hold his child (right) (Photo: AFP)Abul Bajandar’s hands were each consumed by growths which weighed 5kg (11lb), with warts also growing on his legs, giving him the appearance of a tree.The 27-year-old, who was the first Bangladeshi diagnosed with the disease, has now undergone 16 separate surgeries at Dhaka’s Medical College Hospital to allow him to use his hands once more.Doctors told the AFP news agency last month that he would soon be able to leave the ward – and those same doctors are now conducting tests to establish whether Sahana has the same unusual skin disorder.For her worried father, Mohammad Shahjahan, it is little comfort.“We are very poor. My daughter lost her mother when she was only six. I really hope that the doctors will remove the barks from my beautiful daughter’s face,” he told AFP.Doctors are hopeful Sahana may have a less aggressive version of the illness and should be able to recover more quickly. Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)RelatedAfter 24 surgeries, Bangladesh ‘tree man’ relapsesFebruary 2, 2018In “latest news”Bangladesh’s ‘Tree man’ has his hands backJanuary 9, 2017In “latest news”Bangladesh plane ‘hijacker’ killed by police was carrying toy gunFebruary 25, 2019In “latest news” read more

Call for fair and transparent Magdalene compensation package

first_imgJUSTICE FOR MAGDALENES (JFM) has called on the Government to provide Magadalene Laundry survivors with a “fair, non-adversarial and transparent compensation package”.They made the call after Justice and Equality Minister Alan Shatter said that a comprehensive package was being worked on following the publication of the McAleese report into the laundries.AgreementJFM said is in agreement with the London Irish Women Survivors Support Group and Magdalene Survivors Together that a package needs to be prepared that includes pensions, healthcare and counselling, housing services and advice.In addition, we are also in agreement that lump sum compensation must be paid to the women, to compensate for the effects of the abuse that they suffered in the laundries.JFM devised its own reparations scheme in consultation with surviving women in Ireland, the UK and the US, and also with Councillor Sally Mulready and Phyllis Morgan of the Irish Women’s Survivors’ Support Group in London. It submitted its scheme on 14 October 2011 and said it has consistently sought meetings to discuss it further with the Minister.The group proposes a benchmark figure of €100,000 lump sum compensation for Magdalene survivors, in addition to a package of services including pensions and lost wages.It says this amount “reflects that women are foregoing important legal rights to go before the courts”. JFM said it is most concerned that any government package “should not continue to take advantage of the acute financial and other needs of surviving women”.Yesterday, Magdalene survivors spoke with the Taoiseach, Enda Kenny. Afterwards, they said they expect a heartfelt apology from him on behalf of the State in Dáil Éireann on Tuesday.Read: Government to make ‘specific announcements’ on Magdalene report on Tuesday>last_img read more

NEC develops 03mm thick organic battery

first_imgOrganic batteries are an exciting area of research at the moment due to the benefits and potential they have to power our gadgets in the future. One of the companies at the forefront of organic battery development is NEC, which has been working on these polymer-based batteries since 2001 and had its first major release in 2005.Organic batteries are desirable because they have a very high energy density considering their size, use no heavy metals, and are incredibly thin. That last feature is highlighted by NEC’s latest breakthrough, which has seen the creation of a 0.3mm thick organic radical battery.Such a thin battery can be placed inside objects that are already very limited in thickness, for example, a sheet of e-paper, and of course a smart card or credit card. Until now the thickness was limited to 0.7mm, but NEC managed to cut that by over 50% all thanks to printed components.The prototype battery was created by printing an integrated circuit and battery directly on to a polymer film. Such components allowed for a complete system to be built including a display, antenna, and encryption system. All of which sounds like the perfect solution for next-generation smart cards.As for the power on offer from this super-thin battery, output is rated as 5kW/L with a capacity of 3mAh. In real terms that means the integrated display can be refreshed 2,000x, or the antenna can be used to transmit data 35x before a recharge is required. The recharge only takes around 30 seconds to top up the battery fully, and the capacity is only reduced by 25% after 500 charges.Read more at Tech-On!last_img read more

Sacrifices saluted with stars and stripes

first_imgMichael Damphoffer Sr.’s unassuming 3-foot-high gray tombstone in Old City Cemetery offers precious little insight into the colorful life he led. But when the cemetery’s visitors walk past his grave this weekend, they will know at least one thing about him: He was a U.S. soldier.The Vancouver Heritage Ambassadors placed small American flags next to the graves of Damphoffer and around 119 others on Friday and Saturday, in remembrance of their sacrifice, on the eve of Monday’s Memorial Day.Visitors might also notice that the fence that lines the front of the cemetery on East Mill Plain Boulevard has been repaired. The Vancouver Heritage Ambassadors paid more than $2,000 to have bent and broken fence pieces replaced this week.Old City Cemetery was established in 1867, and serves as the final resting place for around 8,000 people, including members of some of the city’s oldest families. As such, keeping up the cemetery is a way of preserving Vancouver’s identity.“This is pretty sacred ground for our history,” said Michael Parker, president of the 15-member Vancouver Heritage Ambassadors. “If it hadn’t been for them, we wouldn’t have Vancouver.”last_img read more

REWARD Crime Stoppers offers reward in slaying of homeless man in Hazel

first_imgNews Release from: Portland Police BureauCRIME STOPPERS #11-34 CLARK COUNTY HOMICIDEPosted: October 7th, 2011 2:07 PMThe Clark County (WA) Sheriff’s Office, in cooperation with Crime Stoppers, is asking for the public’s help in solving a homicide in Clark County, Washington.On Monday, September 5, 2011, at approximately 8:00 p.m., Clark County Sheriff’s Office deputies responded to the parking lot of Riverview Bank, located at 1220 Northeast 88th Street, for a death investigation. The deceased was identified as 61-year-old David Michael Gates of Vancouver, Washington. The cause of death has been determined to be a homicide.There is little information known or available to the Sheriff’s Office about Gates other than he is transient and that he frequents the Hazel Dell area of Clark County and regularly visits the local Hazel Dell businesses.The Clark County Sheriff’s Office Major Crimes Unit is asking assistance from anyone having information as to Gates’ whereabouts on Sunday September 4th and Monday September 5th as well as any assistance on Gates’ associates.Anyone with information about this case is encouraged to contact Major Crimes Unit Detectives Kevin Harper or Lindsay Schultz at: 1-877-Crime11 (1-877-274-6311) or email them at read more

Bonneville Dam fish count

first_imgCounts from Bonneville Dam are not available on a regular daily basis until April 2. But video counting is under way with a day or two lag time. The count for Saturday was 11 adult spring chinook and 95 steelhead. Total count for the year is 37 chinook.Streamflow on Monday was 222,000 cubic feet per second. Normal flow for the date is about 170,000 cubic feet per second. The river is 44.5 degrees.last_img

Mom makes son wear I am a bully shirt to teach him

first_imgSPLENDORA, Texas (WSVN) — A Texas mom says she wanted to make it clear to her young son that he was turning into a bully — and now her method of discipline is going viral.A mother, who only wanted to be identified as Star, told KTRK that her fifth grader was calling other boys “stupid” and “idiots.”The self-described “old school parent” says she doesn’t coddle her children, and wanted to show him his actions have consequences. So she sent him to school in a gray shirt that read “I am a bully” with a frowning face on the front and back.“I wanted to do something that would teach him why he can’t do those things; why he needs to take other people in consideration,” Star said. “I did what I had to do to stop it from progressing.”But one child psychiatrist believes the public punishment may do more harm than good in the long run.“It’s not a good idea to embarrass your child and solidify a negative identity in a elementary school child,” said Dr. Richard Pesikoff from Baylor College of Medicine. “She needs to find somebody to help her. And I think the school is one resource.”However, the mom says she spoke with school administrators about her plan, noting her son’s counselor and teachers supported her decision. “They all were 100 percent on-board, they understood why I was doing it,” she said. “And that for my son, this is what works.”Star posted a photo of the shirt online, but took it down after receiving too much negative feedback. Still, she says she has no regrets because her son learned his lesson and apologized to all of the children he had bullied at school.Copyright 2019 Sunbeam Television Corp. All rights reserved. This material may not be published, broadcast, rewritten or redistributed.last_img read more

US Senate committee advances bill to make Native tribes eligible for Amber

first_imgThe U.S. Senate Committee on Indian Affairs on Tuesday approved a bill, S.722, that would make Native tribes eligible for Amber Alert grants.Listen nowAmber Alerts are emergency broadcasts in the event of a child abduction.The bill would also create a permanent program that provides tribes with Amber Alert training.According to a draft resolution from the National Congress of American Indians, more than 7,000 American Indian children are listed as missing in the U.S.Amber Alerts were first implemented in Alaska in March 2009. Since then, six alerts have been issued in the state.Five Amber Alerts were issued out of Anchorage and one was from Palmer. Because many Alaska communities are either off the road system or otherwise isolated, it’s difficult for a child to be removed from their area, according to Paul Fussey, search-and-rescue coordinator with the Alaska Department of Public Safety.The committee also approved a second bill that would transfer Indian Health Service property in Sitka to SEARHC. The committee unanimously passed the land transfer bill, S. 825.Alaska Sen. Lisa Murkowski introduced the measure to transfer title of 19 acres of land and buildings on the Mount Edgecumbe Hospital campus to the nonprofit.According to a news release from Murkowski’s office, a clean title would let SEARHC improve and expand the nearly 70-year-old facility, which SEARHC has operated since 1986.Both bills head to the U.S. Senate for consideration.last_img read more

I love Indian cooking Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver

first_imgHe’s from Britain, but loves the Indian dal! Celebrity chef Jamie Oliver, who is venturing into the Indian space says he “loves Indian cooking”.“I love Indian cooking. I’ve been experimenting for a few years now and whilst I’m no expert, I think I’m doing okay. I think a good dal is one of the best things you’ll ever eat,” said Oliver.Asked about his expectations with his maiden foray into the Indian market, Oliver said “it’s an incredibly exciting move for us. We’ve wanted to open a restaurant in India for a few years now but we’ve been careful to wait until we found the right partner, location and sites. With regard to expectations, I just hope people love what we’re doing,” Oliver added. Also Read – ‘Playing Jojo was emotionally exhausting’“But I do want to offer guests fantastic food, using only the best ingredients and at an affordable price. We don’t cut any corners — everything we do comes back to quality,” he revealed.Now, the question comes if he is trying to tinker with new, experimental menus to cater to the Indian taste buds. Oliver said: “We’re going to be keeping the menus to traditional Italian. We’ll be tweaking the offering very slightly by putting on lots more beautiful veggie dishes – something I’m really excited about. Also Read – Leslie doing new comedy special with NetflixEven as fusion menus that juxtapose seemingly diverse — and sometimes even disparate —flavours into a new combination are the talk of the town among foodies, Oliver comments that most of such dishes are “fusion without us even realising it”. Besides being a celebrity chef, Oliver has also carved his niche as a food activist and will be addressing obesity-related issues in a new documentary titled “Jamie’s Sugar Rush”. “At the beginning of this year I started looking at sugar consumption and the effect of sugar on our bodies. What I found completely shocked me and so myself and my team made a documentary about what too much sugar can do to us and the impact it’s having on Britain’s public health,” Oliver said about the theme of the documentary. His team has even launched a petition asking the British government to introduce a sugary drinks tax. “So far we have over 130,000 signatures,” he added.Talking about his plans on addressing the global obesity epidemic, Oliver said he has embarked on a path that can “implement positive change and attempt to slow down this crisis”.“The path that I have taken has led me to focus a lot of my work on the obesity epidemic and what we can do in order to implement positive change and attempt to slow down this crisis.”last_img read more

Trinamool has helped people from all crosssections of society Hakim

first_imgKolkata: Mayor Firhad Hakim on Sunday urged the voters of the Kolkata North Lok Sabha constituency to cast their votes in favour of Trinamool Congress, as it has taken care of all cross-sections of people.He was addressing a meeting organised by the Hindi Janakalyan Manch at Binani Bhavan, Posta on Sunday afternoon. Sobhandeb Chattopahyay, state Power minister, Malay Ghatak, state Law minister, Shashi Panja, minister of state for Women and Child development and Social Welfare and Smita Bakshi, party MLA from Burrabazar, took part in the meeting. Also Read – Rs 13,000 crore investment to provide 2 lakh jobs: MamataAddressing the gathering, Hakim said the political parties have to answer the questions raised by the people about the development projects taken up by them in the past five years. “If one asks BJP about its achievements in the past five years, the party leaders will have to answer note ban, hasty implementation of GST, mounting unemployment and inciting one religion against the other,” Hakim said, adding that before coming to power in 2014, Modi had said Rs 15 lakh would be deposited in the bank account of every Indian, 10 crore youths will get jobs in five years and banning of high value notes will stop the inflow of black money in the market. Also Read – Lightning kills 8, injures 16 in stateHowever, in reality, “the note ban has brought economic disaster to the country, 2 crore youths have lost jobs due to note ban and the inflow of black money has not stopped,” he said, adding: “Narendra Modi is a big flop.” On the contrary, Mamata Banerjee has kept all her promises, Hakim said. “Poor people are getting rice at Rs 2/kg, Kanyashree has benefitted 60 lakh girls and Sabuj Sathi has benefitted one crore students who got cycles free of cost. Her schemes have helped people of all cross-sections.”last_img read more

Dell reveals details on its recent security breach

first_imgOn Wednesday, Dell announced that it had discovered a security breach on November 9th. This breach tried to extract Dell’s customer information including names, email addresses, and hashed passwords. The company said, “Though it is possible some of this information was removed from Dell’s network, our investigations found no conclusive evidence that any was extracted. Additionally, Dell cybersecurity measures are in place to limit the impact of any potential exposure.” According to Dell’s press release, “Upon detection of the attempted extraction, Dell immediately implemented countermeasures and initiated an investigation. Dell also retained a digital forensics firm to conduct an independent investigation and has engaged law enforcement.” The company also did not go into detail about the hashing algorithms it uses. However, algorithms such as MD5 can be cracked within seconds to reveal the plaintext password. “Credit card and other sensitive customer information were not targeted. The incident did not impact any Dell products or services”, the company said. According to a customer review on Hacker News thread, “Dell ‘hashes’ all customer account passwords prior to storing them in our database using a hashing algorithm that has been tested and validated by an expert third-party firm. This security measure limits the risk of customers’ passwords being revealed if a hashed version of their password were to ever be taken.” According to ZDNet, “Dell said it’s still investigating the incident, but said the breach wasn’t extensive, with the company’s engineers detecting the intrusion on the same day it happened. A Dell spokesperson declined to give out a number of affected accounts, saying “it would be imprudent to publish potential numbers when there may be none.” While resetting passwords is a safer option, the users should also keep a check on their card statements if they have saved some financial or legal information in their accounts. Read Next European Consumer groups accuse Google of tracking its users’ location, calls it a breach of GDPR A new data breach on Facebook due to malicious browser extensions allowed almost 81,000 users’ private data up for sale, reports BBC News Cathay Pacific, a major Hong Kong based airlines, suffer data breach affecting 9.4 million passengerslast_img read more

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first_imgFebruary 3, 2010 In response to the recent catastrophic earthquake in Haiti, the Cosanti Foundation has donated $3,000 from our Tsunami Disaster Fund to Partners in Health, a Boston-based nonprofit organization that has provided vital health care services in Haiti for more than 20 years. The 7.0 magnitude earthquake shook Haiti near its capital of Port-au-Prince on January 12, 2010, leaving a path of utter devastation. Partners in Health is one of the largest health care providers in the country, working with the Haitian Ministry of Health to deliver comprehensive health care services to a catchment area of 1.2 million. Our donation was made possible by gifts and accumulating contributions from the sale of Soleri Cause Bells, a line of bronze windbells sold in a variety of designs, each representing a specific cause or charity. A portion of the sale of each Cause Bell benefits a nonprofit organization. Paolo Soleri designed the Tsunami Cause Bell [photo] in response to the massive earthquake/tsunami off the Indian Ocean in December 2004. Today, the Tsunami Bell and Fund represents the call for a humanitarian embrace of natural disaster victims worldwide. You can join Arcosanti’s effort by giving today. Simply click on Partners in Health. [photo: Cosanti Foundation & text: Erin Jeffries]last_img read more

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